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Is it racism? Sexism? The number of African-Americans and Women working in tech is appalling

I was sitting on the roof of a high-rise in the SoMa district of San Francisco, across 10th street from Twitter's HQ. I was meeting with Wayne Sutton, the co-founder of Change Catalyst, an organization with a mission to increase diversity and inclusion within the tech profession. It was hot up there, much hotter than it was down on the street-level. I figured the temperature disparity must be a metaphor for something.
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