advertisement advertisement advertisement From the Google walkout protesting the company’s sexual harassment issues to the letter from Facebook employees of color detailing the micro (and macro) aggressions they say they’ve experienced at the company, tech workers have been trying to demand better from their employers. Some Amazon workers demanded that Jeff Bezos stop providing its Rekognition technology to law enforcement departments; others have asked the company to strengthen its climate policies. Now that these techniques have been proven to work, how else can tech workers organize to change their industry? As part of a new online school, tech workers will explore how else to organize creative protests. advertisement advertisement Logic School, from tech publication Logic magazine, is an initiative meant to empower tech workers to transform the industry, without waiting on higher-ups and CEOs to make changes. Logic, a print magazine that publishes three times a year, was founded in 2017 to change the conversation about technology away from surface-level observations on the same tech tropes and prominent people. (“Tech is either brilliant or banal, heroic or heinous,” the editors wrote in its manifesto.) Much of the magazine staff still works in tech, says Xiaowei Wang, creative director of the… Read full this story
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