The Seattle Times: An Entrepreneur With Seattle Roots Tracks The Black Experience In Tech

As protests spread across the nation in the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd in May, scores of corporations voiced support and, in some cases, promised changes to hiring practices or donations to organizations working to improve equity and fight injustice.

These pledges were a marked change from the relative quiet of corporate America in the aftermath of earlier high-profile police killings of Black people. The tech industry in particular, which has struggled to diversify its ranks, was among the most vocal.

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