Girls Who Code Leads a Star-Studded #MarchForSisterhood on TikTok

Nonprofit hosts a digital challenge to unite young women

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If you’re looking to reach Gen Z, there’s likely no better place to advertise than TikTok, the short-form video platform that’s growing rapidly among teenagers.

So it makes sense that Girls Who Code, the nonprofit that hosts coding and computer science classes and camps for young women, would team up with TikTok as the official platform to launch #MarchForSisterhood, a digital “march” of women sharing videos and posts that represent what sisterhood means to them. The new initiative is tied to Girls Who Code’s celebration of the annual Day of the Girl on Oct.



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