"This is so racist and sexist… why should black girls be more empowered than anyone else? I, “surprisingly”, as a white male, could use some support as a coder. You should support people who WANT code, not those who are “coloured” (and this term itself is racist) or female”
The video: http://youtu.be/8F7BK_8vUj4
I am done. Everywhere I go today, some racist is spewing hate. I can’t get away from it.
Feel free to support BLACK GIRLS CODE and like minded diversity inclusion programs, because this is what they deal with everyday.
boost and support Black girls code. Black girls need a safe space away from people like “thecheaterfox” who think its okay to call Black girls coloured and not understand the technology gap Black girls are faced to grapple with because of white supremacy.
BLACK GIRLS CODE IS FUCKING INCREDIBLE AND IMPORTANT.
Founded by Kimberly Bryant, Black Girls Code is amazing and ensures that little black girls don’t have to deal with the repeated isolation and racism they can encounter in the fields of technology. AS PROVED in the above comment left by an anonymous white male. This is why BGC is so important.
I hope you all will support their upcoming indiegogo campaign - they only have 11 more days to raise 53k!
JOIN THE MOVEMENT: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/black-girls-code-summer-of-code-2013-the-remix
White people are y’all like mentally defective?
Y’all got some kind of sickness in the blood that makes you gnash your teeth in indignation and anger whenever you see a Black person getting some type of shine.
I see this shit everyday, and it’s disgusting.
Y’all need help.
Yeah, as a black man in IT, I see how hard it is for black people to even be in this community of sheltered neckbeards who I have to threaten on a near weekly basis to whip their ass in the parking lot, and I see what fuckshit white women have to deal with, so I could only imagine the hurdles being black AND a woman has to be. I fully support this in mind and money.
Plus I’m tired of talking to all these lame ass white people. We need some black women sorely to add perspective and diversity.
(Source: weareluminaries, via the-goddamazon)