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Aug 12, 2013
Black Girls CODE partners with University of Pittsburgh and Google to transform the Steel City to a Tech City by introducing local girls to tech.

Jul 31, 2013
On Wednesday, July 31st, the White House will honor Black Girls CODE founder, Kimberly Bryant, along with 11 local heroes who are “Champions of Change for Tech Inclusion.”

Jul 30, 2013
Black Girls CODE partners with Memphis Library and Lokion Interactive to bring two mobile app development workshops for girls in Memphis, Tennessee as part of the Summer of CODE - The Remix journey.

Jul 24, 2013
Non-profit technology startup earned a surprise early win in their $100,000 crowdfunding campaign thanks to a wave of major support from tech entrepreneurs and companies.

Jul 08, 2013
Black Girls CODE, a rapidly expanding Bay Area nonprofit, is raising $100,000 dollars through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to educate 2,000 girls of color in computer programming workshops in 10 new cities nationwide this summer.

May 25, 2013
In an effort to increase the number of Latinas in the tech sector, Black Girls CODE and Latino Startup Alliance have partnered to host a bilingual web development workshop in the MEDA community center in San Francisco.

Apr 30, 2013
Black Girls CODE receives $100k Grant from Microsoft at Microsoft Store opening in San Francisco! Black Girls CODE (BGC), is a San Francisco based non-profit an organization that teaches workshops in computer programming for girls of color across the...

Mar 01, 2013
Black Girls CODE (BGC), a San Francisco based non-profit organization, held Robot Expo! at Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Conference Center where over 80 girls learned how to build and program robots.

Mar 01, 2013
Black Girls CODE, a San Francisco based non-profit organization, held its inaugural “Build A Webpage In A Day” technology workshop at Rhodes College, in the Paul Barret Library, teaching 70 girls how to use HTML and CSS to build a web page.

Feb 15, 2013
Black Girls CODE (BGC) joins forces with Lokion, a Memphis-based interactive agency, to engage, educate, and empower girls in Memphis, Tennessee to become the next generation of technology leaders.

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