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Issue #34 // July 26, 2016

Last week, we shared an image of the nearly all-white Republican interns on Capitol Hill. New pictures of the Democratic interns shows a decidedly more colorful and diverse side of the US Capitol.

SNL cast members play “Trumpemon Go” at the Republican National Convention as they search for diversity at the event.

Bias against people of diverse backgrounds is getting more subtle, and more detrimental, than ever.

Examples on how the Python community and Dropbox are working to increase diversity.

New research shows that Europeans often value diversity less than Americans.


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