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Sign that reads 'This is a safe area'.
Events by Anjuan Simmons on October 30th, 2014
We must examine the harmful outcomes that technology events foster: discrimination, aggression, and harassment. The only way to change these outcomes is to change behavior.
A figure drawing lines to connect diverse faces to each other.
Events by Catt Small on October 29th, 2014
Here are some methods I've learned over the past two years to create well-attended, diverse events.
Stairs leading up to a library full of stocked bookshelves.
Events by Nasma Ahmed on October 29th, 2014
There are times when I don't want to be the only women of colour in the room that happens to also wear the hijab proudly. When I would rather not spend my evening being asked ignorant questions or being gawked at.
An origami unicorn.
Events by Kat Li on October 28th, 2014
When we talk about diversity in the tech industry, Native Americans receive no attention.
Screen shot of the Tech Can Do Better Project homepage, which reads: LET'S FIX THIS. Workers at all levels of the tech industry contribute to the staggering success of companies in Silicon Valley, yet still struggle to pay for the basics.
Queer by Anonymous Author on May 19th, 2014
A queer nonbinary South Asian dreams of intersectionality in tech.
Albright, the author, typing. Their face is turned in profile.
Lean Out by William Albright on February 24th, 2014
Deaf people can’t learn to hear, can you learn to provide access?