Host Black Girls CODE Screening of Short Documentary

Black Girls CODE is more than a program, it's a movement. The film tells of the movement, created by San Francisco-based computer programming pioneer Kimberly Bryant, to expose young black girls to the world of computer programming and all the possibilities that they can achieve.

The highly anticipated Black Girls CODE documentary was recently accepted to the Cannes Film Festival and Langston Hughes African American Film Festival. On Tuesday, June 11th over 150 people convened in Oakland, CA to watch the short film screening as we launched our crowdfunding campaign to support our "Summer of CODE 2013 - The Remix".

We are excited you too would like to host a screening of the short documentary. We invite all universities, high schools, community centers, companies, and other organizations to host a screening of Documentary. Please contact fill out the form below and Black Girls CODE will be in contact with you. Please email future@blackgirlscode.com with questions.

We look forward to connecting with you to help spread the message.

Thank you for joining our movement!

-Black Girls CODE Team

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