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Black Girls Code Ousts Its Founder

Kimberly Bryant started the nonprofit organization in 2011, but now finds herself out of a job. After being suspended over allegations she created a toxic workplace environment, the board of Black Girls Code fired her. Bryant fired back with a federal lawsuit, claiming she was wrongfully suspended and a conflict of interest existed with one of the board members. Read more on what's happening inside the group dedicated to providing technology education to African-American girls.

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    Black Girls Code founder Kimberly Bryant has been fired by her board

    Black Girls Code founder Kimberly Bryant has been fired by her board

    Kimberly Bryant is officially out from Black Girls Code, eight months after being indefinitely suspended from the organization that she founded. In a statement provided to TechCrunch, a Black Girls Code spokesperson writes that it “believes the decision to remove Ms. Bryant as CEO and as a board …

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