Roundtable: Recognizing and Combating Misogyny in Tech Culture
As subcultures in tech move in to the mainstream and underrepresented groups within these subcultures gain a greater voice, reactionary fears are developing which threaten to undermine important social progress. This is particularly true of efforts to address the iniquity resultant from the stark gender imbalance in many tech subcultures.
This roundtable discussion will feature several important speakers who will share perspectives which are necessary to consider when sizing up the problems of misogyny in tech culture, along with their ideas on how to combat the problem. Included are:
The discussion will take place at the Capital University Bridge of Learning (Ruff Learning Center, room 260) on Tuesday, March 3rd from 2:15 to 3:15 and is open to the public. All Columbus area students and interested residents are welcome to attend. Doors open at 2:00 and seats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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