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        Black Girls CODE 2020 Campaign
        01/05/21
        Black Girls CODE the World!

        As we step into 2021, we dare you to dream.

        Black Girls CODE started with the dreams of eight girls who shared six computers learning how to write lines of code back in 2011; the aspiring tech innovators who would pioneer what has become a global movement. We’ve served over 20,000 students globally.

        Although we’ve helped so many Future Tech Bosses launch their journeys in STEM, there are more stories waiting to be told and dreams waiting to be fulfilled.


        01/01/21
        Black Girls CODE the World!

        Black Girls CODE was founded on the foundation of dreams. A mother’s dream to create a safe space where her daughter could see herself reflected in STEM and be able to learn and grow alongside girls who look like her. A daughter’s dream to pursue a career in computer science despite the lack of representation. Black Girls CODE was a dream that started in the Bay, and over the span of 10 years, made its way to the shores of South Africa with over 20,000 students served globally. Black Girls CODE envisions a future where Black Girls can have a seat at the tech table. A future where diversity in STEM is the norm, rather than the exception.



        12/30/20
        Black Girls CODE Future Tech Boss Ife Joseph
        Ife joined the Black Girls CODE community at the age of seven. The BGC workshops she attended inspired her to use technology as a vessel for social change. Now, three years later, she’s already exploring what it means to be a young tech entrepreneur. At just 10 years old, Ife is a TIME and Nickelodeon Kid of the Year Nominee, and she founded Mental Health for Social Justice to help youth cope with racial injustice. According to Ife, “Black Girls CODE has given me a voice to empower myself as well as others.”



        12/23/20
        Black Girls CODE Future Tech Boss Madison Clark

        Madison joined the Black Girls CODE community in second grade after one of her teachers introduced her to the organization. Her journey with BGC has taught her not only about different facets of technology but how to tap into the power of sisterhood and develop meaningful, lasting friendships. To Madison, being a Black girl who codes means, "to be strong, smart, independent, and courageous." Join us in empowering the next generation of tech innovators. like Madison, by helping to spread the word about our BlackGirlsCODETheWorld campaign.



        12/18/20
        Black Girls CODE the World!

        2020 has been a year of adapting to a new normal. During this year of uncertainty, Black Girls CODE has tapped into the power of unity, compassion, and empathy; and what has kept us hopeful, is the capabilities of our youth and the potential that lies within them to create a better tomorrow. Join us in empowering the next generation of tech innovators by helping to spread the word about our BlackGirlsCODETheWorld campaign.



        12/15/20
        Black Girls CODE Future Tech Boss Tyler Dendy

        Black Girls CODE Future Tech Boss Tyler Dendy wants to use her journey to inspire young girls to always follow their dreams and show them that the future of technology is female. Tyler plans to study computer science in college and wants to empower girls to be confident in everything they do. 











        Join us in empowering the next generation of tech innovators, like Tyler, by helping to spread the word about our BlackGirlsCODETheWorld campaign.

        12/10/20
        Black Girls CODE the World

        This year has further illustrated and emphasized the needs of the intersectional communities we serve. With an ever-growing digital divide as schools transition to online instruction, the persistent socio-economic barriers that stand in the way of access to higher education and the stagnancy surrounding racial and gender diversity in Silicon Valley, there is a long way to go on the road towards equality. See what a couple of our 500+ campaign donors have to say about our work and join us in empowering the next generation of tech innovators by helping to spread the word about our BlackGirlsCODETheWorld campaign. 

        • “I’ll be attending Tufts University next fall on an athletic scholarship, where I plan to major in computer engineering. I want to inspire other young black girls like myself to get into STEM and increase our representation in the field!”

        • “Thank you for your terrific work in introducing young girls to technology and technical careers! The industry desperately needs more diversity and representation, across both gender and race.”

        • “Thank you so much for the incredible work you're doing. This is how we change the world!”



        Edited 12/08/20
        12/08/20
        Black Girls CODE Future Tech Boss Sydney Brown

        Black Girls CODE Future Tech Boss Sydney Brown is using technology as a vessel to empower local entrepreneurs in her community. After taking BGC workshops and garnering new skills, the 16-year-old Michigan native launched her own web design business creating websites for small businesses in the Greater Detroit Area. 

        Join us in empowering the next generation of tech innovators, like Sydney, by helping to spread the word about our BlackGirlsCODETheWorld campaign.