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As GitHub grows up, disgruntled employees are telling startling stories. But it seems to be part of normal growing pains
""They are trying to control culture, interviewing and firing. Scary times at the company without a seasoned leader. While their efforts are admirable it is very hard to even interview people who are 'white' which makes things challenging," this person said.
Sanchez is known for some strong views about diversity. She wrote an article for USA Today shortly before she joined GitHub titled, "More white women does not equal tech diversity."
At one diversity training talk held at a different company and geared toward people of color, she came on a bit stronger with a point that says, "Some of the biggest barriers to progress are white women." Here's a photo of the talk, which was shared with Business Insider."
I don't even know where to start here.Posted on 2016-02-06T19:56:02+0000