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Techies Project

Comprehensive pictures of people who work in tech

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The Pussy Project

A project on women and politics

The Pussy Project is a collection of stories and perspectives from women on politics and culture.

San Francisco Chronicle
In the frenzied world of Silicon Valley, where countless races for the next big thing never end and leave little time for self-reflection, Helena Price stands as both a product and a peculiar outlier of the industry's culture.
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Treehouse TalentPath

Create and retain diverse engineering talent

Treehouse TalentPath is a scalable system for creating and retaining diverse talent for your engineering team.

Treehouse Blog
I'm extremely excited to announce, after over a year of work, the launch of TalentPath : The problem is clear: Companies to hire underrepresented people of color and women, at scale, but haven't succeeded. Women, Black and Latinx folks are getting jobs in tech at scale.
Bloomberg
Treehouse CEO Ryan Carson explains how he came up with the idea for Talentpath which connects women and people of color with the tech industry on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Dear Tech People

Race and gender diversity ranking of 100 top tech companies

Most of us agree that tech could be a little more diverse. After talking to 50 HR leaders and hundreds of employees, we found diversity data to be incredibly sparse. We analyzed thousands of profiles and now have the data to hold companies accountable. We hope our data empowers advocates to push for change.

DMN
Surprise, surprise. In a report published by Dear Tech People, we can now say for certain: Diversity in tech blows. Granted, things are better than they were five, even two, years ago. But it's still a bit bleak. Of course, companies like Apple and Intel run in-house diversity reports, however, very few tech giants have followed suit.
Fast Company
Countless tech companies have pledged their commitment to diversity in recent years, but it's largely only giants like Facebook and Google that have caved to pressure and published diversity reports. In the pursuit of transparency, a new initiative called Dear Tech People dug through tens of thousands of LinkedIn profiles and compiled a diversity ranking for… See more
VentureBeat
Even though tech giants like Intel and Apple release annual reports on diversity, very few tech companies are following suit. Dear Tech People dove into these murky waters to answer questions like "How many women work at Snap?" and "How many engineers at Docker are black?"
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Spot

Report workplace discrimination without talking to a human

70-97% of workplace harassment and discrimination goes unreported. Spot is a free online tool for reporting inappropriate behavior at work, without talking to a human.

Based in memory science, Spot helps you recall what happened as reliably as possibly. Keep a confidential record for yourself or report what happened to your company.

Recode
Three in four workplace harassment incidents go unreported.That's why Phil Libin, the co-founder of Evernote, is backing a startup that aims to make it easier for people to report inappropriate behavior. But since this is Silicon Valley, the startup is creating an app powered by artificial intelligence.
Brit + Co
Sexual harassment has been at the frontline major media sources recently. While it's difficult to hear everything that's been going on behind-the-scenes, it has, in turn, generated awareness for these issues occurring in Hollywood, sports, and the office.
Fast Company
Can a chatbot end workplace harassment and discrimination? Julia Shaw, a criminal psychologist and memory expert at the London South Bank University, is hoping the newly launched Spot can do the job. The chatbot, developed with cofounders Dylan Marriott and Daniel Nicolae, uses artificial intelligence and memory science.
VentureBeat
As allegations of workplace harassment and discrimination continue to shake Silicon Valley and the country at large, Spot is launching out of beta with an AI-powered recording tool to help employees who feel they have been treated improperly.
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#trailblazingMuslimWomen

21 Badass Muslim Women In London you should know about

A visual series created to celebrate the incredible Muslim women in London. Featuring women from diverse industries, with an individual desire to reinvent their spaces; to transform the restrictive narratives of the Muslim woman - with an undeniable determination to positively disrupt the industries they respectively inhabit.

Amaliah
During International Women's day, this year, we were inundated with beautiful posts about women who inspired. A fantastic secret project was launched in which revealed a flurry of accomplished Muslim women from across the board dominating, and promoting a high skill set in their fields. We saw activists, entrepreneurs, photographers, lawyers, writers, and cr… See more
BuzzFeed
Khan said: "Back in January I had been taking in the newly released Forbes '30 Under 30' list and I was curious to see how many people of colour, women of colour, and Muslims were on the list.
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