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The People In Tech team wanted to support the community and remember those who we have lost to police brutality.

All purchases will be donated to black girls code

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ERIC GARNER JOHN CRAWFORD III MICHAEL BROWN EZELL FORD DANTE PARKER MICHELLE CUSSEAUX LAQUAN MCDONALD TANISHA ANDERSON AKAI GURLEY TAMIR RICE RUMAIN BRISBON JERAME REID GEORGE MANN MATTHEW AJIBADE FRANK SMART NATASHA MCKENNA TONY ROBINSON ANTHONY HILL MYA HALL PHILLIP WHITE ERIC HARRIS WALTER SCOTT WILLIAM CHAPMAN II ALEXIA CHRISTIAN BRENDON GLENN VICTOR MANUEL LAROSA JONATHAN SANDERS FREDDIE BLUE JOSEPH MANN SALVADO ELLSWOOD SANDRA BLAND ALBERT JOSEPH DAVIS DARRIUS STEWART BILLY RAY DAVIS SAMUEL DUBOSE MICHAEL SABBIE BRIAN KEITH DAY CHRISTIAN TAYLOR TROY ROBINSON ASSHAMS PHAROAH MANLEY -FELIX KUMI KEITH HARRISON MCLEOD JUNIOR PROSPER LAMONTEZ JONES  PATERSON BROWN DOMINIC HUTCHINSON ANTHONY ASHFORD ALONZO SMITH TYREE CRAWFORD INDIA KAGER LA’VANTE BIGGS MICHAEL LEE MARSHALL JAMAR CLARK RICHARD PERKINS NATHANIEL HARRIS PICKETT BENNI LEE TIGNOR MIGUEL ESPINAL MICHAEL NOEL KEVIN MATTHEWS BETTIE JONES QUINTONIO LEGRIER KEITH CHILDRESS JR. JANET WILSON RANDY NELSON ANTRONIE SCOTT WENDELL CELESTINE DAVID JOSEPH CALIN ROQUEMORE DYZHAWN PERKINS CHRISTOPHER DAVIS MARCO LOUD PETER GAINES TORREY ROBINSON DARIUS ROBINSON KEVIN HICKS MARY TRUXILLO DEMARCUS SEMER WILLIE TILLMAN TERRILL THOMAS SYLVILLE SMITH ALTON STERLING PHILANDO CASTILE TERENCE CRUTCHER PAUL O’NEAL ALTERIA WOODS JORDAN EDWARDS AARON BAILEY-RONELL FOSTER STEPHON CLARK ANTWON ROSE II BOTHAM JEAN PAMELA TURNER - DOMINIQUE CLAYTON ATATIANA JEFFERSON CHRISTOPHER WHITFIELD CHRISTOPHER MCCORVEY ERIC REASON MICHAEL LORENZO DEAN BREONNA TAYLOR GEORGE FLOYD

 

Donation Plan

People In Tech will be donating the proceeds to Black Girls Code org. An organization focused on increasing the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology. To provide African-American youth with the skills to occupy some of the 1.4 million computing job openings expected to be available in the U.S. by 2020, and to train 1 million girls by 2040.