How racism in Silicon Valley stops many Asian-Americans achieving their potential

Silicon Valley executives sometimes seem to believe they are proprietors of a post-racial paradise. The industry’s corporate campuses abound with immigrants, its investors say they like to bet on underdogs and its biggest companies preach the gospel of workplace inclusivity.“Diversity is a foundational value for us,” Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google’s parent company Alphabet, said last year. “We probably have more resources invested in diversity now than at any point in our history as a company…

How racism in Silicon Valley stops many Asian-Americans achieving their potential
Silicon Valley executives sometimes seem to believe they are proprietors of a post-racial paradise. The industry’s corporate campuses abound with immigrants, its investors say they like to bet on underdogs and its biggest companies preach the gospel of workplace inclusivity.“Diversity is a foundational value for us,” Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google’s parent company Alphabet, said last year. “We probably have more resources invested in diversity now than at any point in our history as a company…