What's really behind silicon valley's apparent racism
There's been a lot of hand-wringing in Silicon Valley about its diversity problem: the tiny percentages of blacks, Hispanics, and women hired in the heart of the tech industry. Companies like Apple, Google, and Yahoo now publish self-shaming diversity reports that show they're anything but. The implication is that Silicon Valley is racist and misogynistic. That's not exactly right — it readily accepts Asians, both native and immigrants. And it's long been welcoming to gays.
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