Google diversity report: Black women make up only 1.2 percent of its U.S. workforce

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The Washington Post’s Tech reporter, Hamza Shaban, covers Google’s self-reporting that shows Black people make up a very small portion of the global giants’ North American staff. From Shaban:

“Google released its annual workforce diversity report Thursday, marking only modest changes from last year. The company remains mostly white and male. But the report offers a better view of what the workforce looks like as the company revealed its gender breakdown across ethnicities for the first time.”

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