October 3, 2020 | technology | No Comments
Welcome back to Human Capital, a weekly digest about diversity, inclusion and the human labor that powers tech.
This week, we’re looking at a number of topics because a lot went down. Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong took a controversial stance on social, Clubhouse found itself under scrutiny again, but this time around anti-Semitism and a new site launched that sheds light on some of the negative experiences of underrepresented people in tech. Meanwhile, the founder from Ethel’s Club unveiled Somewhere Good, which aims to provide a safe social platform for people of color. The timing couldn’t be better.
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Coinbase CEO’s stance on societal issues stirs up controversy
Over the weekend, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong said the company does not engage on border societal issues