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Girl Develop It Accused of Racism Toward Black Web Developers

Multiple chapter leaders of the tech education nonprofit in cities across the county, many of them allies, stepped down in protest.


Chapter leaders of Girl Develop It, a national tech education nonprofit, in Wilmington, Boston, Seattle, Denver, Atlanta, and Oakland, among other cities, have stepped down because of diversity and inclusion negligence.

The latest: Philadelphia's chapter leader, Susan Nieman, who resigned with an open letter on Tuesday:

"With no substantive change, this organization will continue along the same path: harming the marginalized people that they claim to be supporting and devaluing the mission statement, which harms the entire community. I cannot continue to support or promote an organization that fails to address issues of institutional racism with the sense of urgency that these matters deserve."

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