Black Girls Code was created to “provide young and pre-teen girls of color opportunities to learn
in-demand skills in technology and computer programming at a time when
they are naturally thinking about what they want to be when they grow
up.” Recently, the nonprofit has garnered the attention of search giant Google. Last month, Google gave the organization teaching space valued at $2.8 million at its headquarters in NYC.
The name itself is intriguing--Royal Jelly Harlem. But the products are
even more so--clothing for men, women and babies crafted into using
fabulous African fabric. The idea came to Maya Gorgoni after a visit to West Africa.
The Internet unfortunately has a far better memory than you, so you may
have to wrack your brain to remember all the sites you signed up for
since you started going online. But if you want to wipe your online slate clean, it's worth the trouble.