Originally posted on VentureBeat:
If you’re one of the young women entrepreneurs behind Black Girls Hack in Atlanta, Georgia, you organize a hackathon. But not your run-of-the-mill standard white male sausage-fest hackathon — this is going to be a “blackhack.”
And it’s a blackhack for women.
Inspired by Black Girls Code in San Francisco, four women founded Black Girls Hack to inspire African American women (and girls) to be software developers and startup founders, as well as to gather, communicate with, and connect all those who already are.
I talked to one of the founders, Amanda Spann, who also serves as the PR coordinator of Black Girls Hack.
“We’re all African American, and we all have tech startups,” she said. “One thing we all struggle with is feeling like we’re the…
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