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Ifeoma Ozoma

Ifeoma Ozoma is the Director of Tech Accountability at the Center on Race and Digital Justice, and the Founder and Principal of Earthseed, a consulting firm specializing on the issues of tech accountability and public policy. Ifeoma co-sponsored the… Read More

Thank you – Signed 2023 Policy Agenda

Thank you for signing onto our 2023 policy agenda! Workers like you help us take equitable policy from ideas to reality. One of our organizers will be in touch with advocacy opportunities soon. Read More

TechEquity’s 2023 Legislative Agenda

At TechEquity, we envision a world where the growth of the tech industry creates economic prosperity for everyone. We focus on addressing inequities within the tech industry and inequities that result from tech products and companies.  We work on systems change that enables economic stability for workers and society as… Read More

End Caste Discrimination in CA

Let’s pass SB 403. Workers are taking a stand against racial and economic inequity. At TechEquity, our community is tackling these issues head-on by strengthening protections for workers experiencing caste discrimination. Caste is a system of social stratification and exclusion that impacts over 5.7 million South Asian Americans and over… Read More

Housing Data Initiative

Our housing crisis is shockingly opaque. We know we have a problem; housing is too expensive and people are getting pushed out of their homes and onto the streets. While California has passed much good legislation to address the crisis over the past several years, we don’t have the information… Read More

Introducing the Housing Data Initiative

Our housing crisis is shockingly opaque. We know we have a problem; housing is too expensive and people are getting pushed out of their homes and onto the streets. But we don’t have the information we need to have a strategic, focused approach to getting out of this mess.  That’s… Read More

Palo Alto: Discussion with the Author – Recording

Palo Alto, California, is considered the birthplace of tech, where the first virtual message was received on a computer the size of a garage. But underneath the shiny veneer of innovation and growth lies a more sinister story, one where capitalistic ambition, extractive labor models, and inequitable technologies have shaped… Read More

What you need to know about Ending Caste Discrimination in California (SB 403)

Since immigrating to the U.S. in 1999, every time database engineer Benjamin Kaila applies for a job, he hopes that there are no other Indians in his interview panel. Why? Benjamin is a Dalit, a member of the lowest-ranked caste in India’s system of social hierarchy. He says that… Read More

Research Program & Methodology Framework

About the Policy & Research Program  TechEquity Collaborative analyzes economic inequities within the tech industry and the inequities caused by the tech industry, with a focus on housing and labor issues. Our research program recognizes that directly impacted communities, namely people of color, are stewards of the information necessary… Read More