Girls Who Code Drops a New Digital-Visual Album to Celebrate 'Modern Sisterhood'

'Sisterh>>d' will release in full on October 11, International Day of Girls


Ahead of International Day of Girls this Thursday, October 11, Girls Who Code is dropping a new campaign and a digital visual album that’s perfectly in line with its mission of empowering women.

The album, fittingly titled “Sisterh>>d” (pronounced “sisterhood”) is a celebration of “modern sisterhood.” Its purpose is not only to spread the word about Girls Who Code, but to also remind young women that they have a major support system behind them that should encourage them to be unafraid to speak up about what they believe in, according to Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code.

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