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A resource for finding women speakers and moderators for your event.

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Much of the conversation around diversity presupposes that people are not always consistent in what they believe. While a person may work to consciously believe in racial equality--for example, due to their upbringing, friendships, experiences, or any number of factors--they may unconsciously carry around negative associations and stereotypes about a particular group.

But how can we recognize what our own biases are?

Open source web service that analyzes text for sexism and other common tech culture pitfalls.

A global summary of primary sacred days in world religions. Not a perfect list, but useful when starting to plan an event.

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Religion

Lesbians Who Tech is a Community of Queer Women in or around tech (and the people who love them).

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Sexual orientation

#YesWeCode is a national initiative to help 100,000 young women and men from underrepresented backgrounds find success in the tech sector.

Code For Progress is a nonprofit organization that offers formalized coding training programs to women and people of color. We are based in Washington, DC and work with students, professionals, and organizations nationwide. (text from website)

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Ethnicity, Race

Girls Who Code was founded five years ago with the belief that computing skills are a critical path to security and prosperity in today’s job market. (text from website)