Commit 5001291d authored by John Breen's avatar John Breen
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Fix typo in BGC post

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Every day, the slide deck included a career spotlight of one or more Black women in tech. We watched videos and learned about these women as part of the lesson for that day. We then discussed as a group what we watched or read. The students absolutely *loved* this part of the class. They lit up with excitement when talking about the women and how inspiring it was to see successful Black women doing big things.
What this taught me was that the technical part of teaching only matters if we build inclusive organizations welcome people in and allow them to bring their full selves with them. Otherwise, we're perpetuating the same exclusionary practices that have resulted in tech being overwhelmingly white and overwhelmingly male.
What this taught me was that the technical part of teaching only matters if we build inclusive organizations, welcome people in, and allow them to bring their full selves with them. Otherwise, we're perpetuating the same exclusionary practices that have resulted in tech being overwhelmingly white and overwhelmingly male.
## Lesson 4: Small Changes -> Big Difference
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