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Engaging the Anti-Diversity Underground

Yes, women are less interested in tech, and that’s why we need diversity more than ever

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If someone had told me a year ago that I’d be spending my free time watching YouTube videos of former Google engineer James Damore, some 15 months after his memo was released, I would have said they were deluded. Damore, if you don’t recall, argued…




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