Protesters listen to speakers at a rally against white supremacy and other forms of discrimination in Mountain View on Aug. 19. The rally was originally organized in response to a planned (eventually postponed) right-wing “March on Google” protest over the firing of engineer James Damore over an internal memo regarding women. The rally also called for peaceful protests to bring about change.
Protesters listen to speakers at a rally against white supremacy and other forms of discrimination in Mountain View on Aug. 19. The rally was originally organized in response to a planned (eventually postponed) right-wing “March on Google” protest over the firing of engineer James Damore over an internal memo regarding women. The rally also called for peaceful protests to bring about change. Dan Honda Bay Area News Group
Protesters listen to speakers at a rally against white supremacy and other forms of discrimination in Mountain View on Aug. 19. The rally was originally organized in response to a planned (eventually postponed) right-wing “March on Google” protest over the firing of engineer James Damore over an internal memo regarding women. The rally also called for peaceful protests to bring about change. Dan Honda Bay Area News Group

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