Kimberly Bryant “Black Girls Code” founder talks breaking barriers in tech on ‘GMA’

Kimberly Bryant

By Jack Barnes

Kimberly Bryant discusses how her program is inspiring young African-American girls to get involved in STEM programs and find jobs in the tech world. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.

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Kimberly Bryant "Black Girls Code" founder talks breaking barriers in tech on 'GMA'

 

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