Bridging The Digital Divide

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Statistics show in some cities around the country that white families are more than twice as likely to have internet access at home, as African Americans.

It's leading to a void in the tech industry.

A new group is reaching out to young girls of color, to get them interested in programming!

Meka Egwuekwe and Tonya Meeks are with the Memphis chapter of Black Girls Code.

 

  • Summer of Code Workshops
  • August 10th   Ages 10 – 12
  • August 24th  Ages 13 – 17
  • Central Library
  • 3030 Poplar Ave.
  • (901) 484-4203