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Juliette Palacios is a high school coder who has seen other girls of color like her discouraged from pursuing coding and other computer science related fields. She knew she had a strong passion for the subject and wanted to share that with her peers. She started Computing Minds, a 501(c)3 organization to teach girls to code at a young age and encourage further interest in the field later on.

One Teenage Girl Confronts the Race and Gender Gap in STEM Head-on
Juliette Palacios describes her journey to starting Computing Minds and how important it is to increase diversity in computing.
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