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Brandon Gilbert standing in a walkway between buildings. He is wearing a green jacket with roses on it and a baseball cap.
2016 Year in Review by Danielle S. Reed on December 13th, 2016
" see it within the first two years in the tech world that you’re just being consumed as a pillar of knowledge instead of a pillar of greatness."
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Issue 43 by Nikki Brown on November 15th, 2016
There’s plenty of evidence that the competitive, “best in show” approach used in interviewing extends into the core of tech culture itself.
A unicorn drawn on the lid of a laptop next to the Apple logo.
Issue 41 by Anonymous Author on September 7th, 2016
Wage gaps and hiring discrimination persist despite the fact that most large corporations have affirmative action and equal opportunity policies.
Two images of the author, visualizing how facial recognition works: facial features are marked with dots and then connected with lines.
Issue 36 by Alyx Baldwin on April 25th, 2016
The more we discuss the dangers of training AI on only small sets of data and narrow ideas about identity, the better prepared we will be for the future.
Time-lapse shot of a hand waving in the air, appearing almost transparent.
Issue 29 by Michelle Lee on November 2nd, 2015
Evidence that Asian American women haven't been fully included in technology is found not only in recent lawsuits, but in the lack of Asian American women in tech leadership.
Building pillars of the New York Stock Exchange, rich with gold accents.
Issue 22 by Bardot Smith on June 8th, 2015
Sex workers have long driven major revolutions in technology. They have also been at the forefront of innovating new business models for content, communications, and services themselves.
A miniature of a hazmat zone, with small figures dressed in containment suits investigating a spill.
Issue 19 by Eva Gantz on April 6th, 2015
We love to talk about diversity and bringing marginalized women into tech. But our biases against sex work are biases against the very marginalized women we wish to include.
Sand, with a dry, cracked chasm splitting it.
Issue 18 by Korin Reid on March 18th, 2015
The gap between my experience as a black woman in tech, and what others perceive of that experience.
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Issue 17 by David Peter on February 24th, 2015
I have never met another person who is deaf at a hearing tech conference. I regularly see uncaptioned video tutorials for open source libraries and transcript-less tech podcasts. I stopped going to tech meetups. Without any representation in tech, I grew up a token.
People in Google shirts holding a banner that says 'Google' with rainbow detailing.
Sex and Sexuality by Erika Lynn Abigail on September 8th, 2014
By placing improvements for trans tech workers within a systems perspective, transgender rights advocates can make tech more accessible to the most marginalized parts of the trans community.