Anti-Racism in Tech- Keeping the Momentum Towards Systemic Change

Anonymous
over 1 year agoJune 17, 2020
31:59:41
This clip EXACTLY defines how many tech companies view "diversity" .. "we have no people of color but look at all the women!"
Jason Goldner
over 1 year agoJune 18, 2020
Amazing content and speakers - great job pulling this together so quickly!
Christy
over 1 year agoJune 23, 2020
Watching the recording, where can I find the implicit association test.
Anonymous
over 1 year agoJune 23, 2020
https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTnpCbU9EYzFZVEl3TWpNdyIsInQiOiJ6ejdFSkhYSFZSS3orN2hTNExianVjZjZqbjlReXRCVmZoYjhhRGJkY01uZVNhZ2MreGZDdm1jRVdJamIzZ0lsRlk1Um1RRzdCNDRDU2lieVZBRmw3dz09In0%3D
Lodrina Cherne
over 1 year agoJune 23, 2020
32:30:04
Working on inclusive language - replacing terminology like "master / slave" with best practice terms like "primary / secondary" (or "main / follower" "parent / child" "initiator / responder" "conductor / participant" - pick your use case!) is more than just performative. These are small lifts that have an impact far beyond the words themselves.
Arrick
9 months agoJanuary 5, 2021
The culture of corporate IT/IS doesn't see the need to hire, retain nor promote Black Americans. Until it sees us as vital resources which can help overcome many national security challenges that threaten America's long-term viability, nothing will change.
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