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Race, Gender, Health, & Workplace Inequality

How a tool unjustly impacted women and people of color

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If you believe the invention of the PC was a tremendous productivity booster and time saver for society, that may depend on your race, gender, and workplace status, writes Laine Nooney in the Vice article How the personal computer broke the human body.”




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Dee Adams

Dee Adams

As a former plaintiff in a 6-figure case, Dee Adams writes about overlooked issues of race, marketplace racial profiling, entrepreneurs, & consumer nightmares.

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