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Executives; Being Yourself; Confronting Offensive Speech; GitHub; Google
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Diversity News in Tech

Advocating for a more diverse engineering and technology culture.
Issue #46 // October 18, 2016

New Study Shows Huge Gap In How Male And Female Executives View Diversity - Forbes

U.S. Latinos Feel They Can’t Be Themselves at Work - Harvard Business Review

Lessons in the Delicate Art of Confronting Offensive Speech - New York Times
^ Warning: US Politics ahead. I wanted to include this article because it is important to discuss how people can enable others to say offensive and degrading things.

Why GitHub hopes its low diversity numbers can drive change - CNet

Google gives $1M to Latino groups amid diversity push - USA Today

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How Not to Be ‘Manterrupted’ in Meetings - Time

Speaking While Female: Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant on Why Women Stay Quiet at Work - NYTimes

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