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2016 Year in Review by Julia Nguyen on December 12th, 2016
Our efforts in supporting mental health must be comprehensive.
Sea-green Adderall pills on the interior of the plastic pill jar.
Issue 40 by Anonymous Author on August 15th, 2016
Many tech workers with ADHD don’t fit the stereotypes.
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Issue 38 by The Editor on June 22nd, 2016
As our initial community survey shows, burnout in the diversity in tech movement represents a state of crisis.
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Issue 37 by Thaddeus Cambron on May 24th, 2016
As more and more of our lives are played out in digital space, can we mitigate anxiety in the tools that we create and use everyday?
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Issue 36 by Alexis Hancock on April 25th, 2016
The overwhelming focus on imposter syndrome doesn’t provide a space to process the power dynamics affecting you; you get gaslighted into thinking it’s *you* causing all the problems.
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Issue 34 by Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré on March 15th, 2016
We need more education about what OCD is, and what it is not: a punchline.
An electric sign above a garage reading 'Capitalism Kills Love.'
Issue 33 by Melissa King on February 23rd, 2016
Capitalism is an economic system of convenience… that is, the convenience of management and CEOs.
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Issue 25 by Anonymous Author on August 12th, 2015
Recognize that, while extremely beneficial, diversity-in-tech work exacts an emotional and mental toll on the well-being of the people who do it.