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Why Gen-Z Black Girls?

Did you know that black girls are the most at-risk group of Gen-Zers?


1. Gen-Z black girls were born between 1997-2012.

2. Black girls are seen as less innocent and more adult-like than their white peers. (Adultification)

3. School discipline rates for black girls are disproportionate.

4. Negative stereotypes such as being angry and hypersexualized are attached to black girls.

5. Suicide rates have increased since the pandemic began.

6. Unconscious bias can deter black girls from exploring technology even before considering it a career.

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Understanding Our Purpose



Mocha Sprout envisions a world where black girls and women are empowered and uninhibited by unconscious bias, particularly in education, workplaces, and technological domains. We strive to be at the forefront of addressing and dismantling bias within artificial intelligence and related fields, ensuring a future where diversity and inclusivity are recognized and celebrated. Our vision is to cultivate a society where young black girls grow up in environments that are supportive, fair, and free from bias, enabling them to realize their full potential as leaders and innovators, particularly in the ever-evolving landscape of technology and AI.


Mocha Sprout's mission is to educate, empower, and inspire change in the field of unconscious bias, with a special focus on its impact on black girls and women. Through our comprehensive range of services - from Bias Awareness Workshops, Educational Resources, Keynote Speaking and Seminars, Research and Analysis, Custom Solutions, AI Education Programs, and Mentorship - we are dedicated to raising awareness, providing solutions, and driving transformation. We commit to equipping organizations, educators, and the future generation of black girls with the knowledge, tools, and support they need to challenge and change biases in learning, the workplace, and AI. Mocha Sprout aims to create a more equitable and unbiased future in the technological world by fostering a community of education, advocacy, and action.

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