People Of Color: The ‘Shadow Workforce’ Behind Big Tech

Joe Kukura
May 6, 2019 - 5:00
People Of Color: The ‘Shadow Workforce’ Behind Big Tech

It’s no secret that big tech companies do not have very diverse workforces. According to recent diversity and inclusion reports acquired by Bloomberg, only 1 percent of technical employees at Google are Black. Twitter comes in with an insignificantly higher 2.2 percent African American employees, and Facebook says that 3 percent of its workforce and 1 percent of technical employees are Black. Yet there are many people of color working at

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