We are pausing our normal tech-talk this week in support of the ongoing protests and to re-share the #BlackTechTwitter episode with Pariss Athena from our sister podcast, Giant Robots.
During the past week, millions of people across the country have participated in protests in response to the killing of George Floyd and the systemic racism that plagues our nation.
For everyone fighting for equality and justice, we see you, we love you, and we support you. Black lives matter. Black culture matters. Black communities matter.
For those looking for ways to take action, we have provided a few resources in the show notes. The list is intentionally short as we ask everyone to research ways to get involved and listen to leaders in the Black community.
Fighting for equality falls on each of us, regardless of race or position, to work together to fight racism and unequal treatment.
Giant Robots: A True Movement (Pariss Athena)
Black Tech Twitter
Black Tech Pipeline
Black Lives Matter
Resources provided by Diversify Tech
Original Notes from Giant Robots Episode 343
Pariss Athena, Hiring & Product Team Member at G2i, creator of #BlackTechTwitter, and founder of Black Tech Pipeline, shares her journey from never hearing about code to viral awareness campaign creator, as well as discusses visibility, finding value on twitter, and life online with thousands of followers.
Resilient CodersThe Tweet that started #BlackTechTwitter"Hannibal Buress Is Building An Arts And Technology Center For The Future Masterminds Of The West Side"Black Tech PipelinePariss on TwitterSupport The Bike Shed