Sunday Reading List 6.29.2020

Sunday, June 28, 2020

Tech companies are asking their Black employee groups to fix Silicon Valley’s race problem (WaPo): As race relations are the center of attention, companies are relying on Black employees to provide the education, consulting, etc - usually for free.

Ten Kids on What Their Parents Do for Work (The Cut): Kids explain what their parents do for work now that they can hear them working. This was a good laugh.

When black people are in pain, white people just join book clubs (WaPo): How allyship can (and should) extend beyond the comfort of a bookclub.

Revenge of the Suburbs (The Atlantic): COVID has changed home owners' priorities - are the 'burbs really THAT bad after all?

Kanye's 10-Year Deal with GAP (Vogue): Issa hail mary! Can Yeezy save GAP? 

How to Design a Better Hiring Process (HBR): Fair, efficient hiring practices that bring in GOOD teammates have never been more important.

NASCAR Wanted Everyone to See The Noose in Bubba Wallace's Garage (Vice): The NFL should take note on how to treat your Black athletes considering 70% of NFL players are Black while ONE NASCAR driver is white. 

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