Casey.

The inclusive language checker, by Croud

At Croud, we have a commitment to the inclusion of all, across race, gender, age, religion, identity, and experience. And that commitment to inclusion for all should come across in everything that we do. That includes the content that we create. 

Casey is named after the feminist author and advocate of non-sexist language, Casey Miller. Casey is designed to catch potentially offensive language choices, such as gender favouring, polarising, race-related, religion-inconsiderate, or other unequal phrasing.

Casey is free to use, so please feel free to use this in your day-to-day writing.

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Casey is built using the open-source framework alex.js, available on Github.

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