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Black Women in Tech Debunk the “Pipeline” Excuse For Lack of Diversity in Tech Industry

As we reported last week, Facebook released information regarding the company's "efforts" to diversify their workforce and citing the "pipeline" problem as their main obstacle. Now, black women in tech are speaking out about exactly why this excuse is a crock of crap.
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