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Join us and help build a more equitable tech industry! When you take action with TechEquity, you’re taking a powerful step to be part of the solution.You’re using your civic power to directly address inequities inside of the tech industry and inequities that result from the tech industry—whether that’s ensuring… Read More

Take Action

Take a stand against inequity in the tech industry! When you take action with TechEquity, you’re taking a powerful step to be part of the solution.  You’re using your civic power to directly address inequities inside of the tech industry and inequities that result from the tech industry—whether that’s ensuring… Read More

2022 Election

Voting is the easiest, most direct way to make your voice heard on the issues. We’ve got everything you need to know about California’s 2022 ballot. Our November voter guide will be out soon! Sign up below to get our voter resources straight to your inbox. Stay up-to-date Sign up… Read More

2022 Priorities

We need structural solutions to structural problems. That’s why we advocate for public policy change, from the ballot box to the Capitol building. We bring tech workers’ civic power to legislative and electoral campaigns that are fighting for affordable housing and good jobs for everyone. Read More

Seek and Hide: Discussion with the Author

Should everyone have privacy in their personal lives? Can privacy exist in a public place? Is there a right to be left alone even in the United States? Today privacy seems simultaneously under siege and surging. And that’s doubly dangerous, as legal expert Amy Gajda argues. Too little privacy leaves… Read More

Fixer Upper: Discussion with the Author

It’s no secret that our housing systems are fundamentally unequal. These unequal systems didn’t just emerge from natural economic and social forces. Public policies enacted by federal, state, and local governments helped create and reinforce the bad housing outcomes endured by too many people. In Fixer-Upper, Jenny Schuetz assesses how the… Read More

Education

Understanding Structural Inequity In order to tackle these large-scale inequities, we need to fully understand them. Our bold policy and corporate practice solutions must be grounded in a deep understanding of history, systems, and power. Whether just you’re starting your journey or you’ve been learning about economic justice for… Read More

Caste Bias in Tech – Recording

Many people lump Indian tech workers into the “model minority”, a racist stereotype that creates a pecking order with Asian people on top. What many people (and many companies) don’t understand is that India’s caste system, a socioeconomic hierarchy that divides Hindus into four main categories (and excludes Dalits outside of… Read More