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Ex-Google Employee's Memo Says Executives Shut Down Pro-Diversity Discussions

Gizmodo ---------- A memo written by a former Google engineer claims that the company’s human resources department and a senior vice president pressured him to stop discussing diversity initiatives on company forums, interactions that ultimately motivated him to leave the company. The document, which was written in 2016 and shared publicly this week, provides a striking counterpoint to allegations made by former Google employees James Damore and David Gudeman in a discrimination lawsuit filed against their former employer. Damore and Gudeman claim that Google encouraged pro-diversity voices within the company and stifled conservative views. However, the new document illustrates that employees who spoke out in favor of diversity initiatives were reprimanded as well, and that senior leaders in the company discouraged discussion of diversity altogether. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

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