Olave d'Estienne has been kind enough to post this leaflet which lays out the plight of Blacks and Hispanics wronged by the tech industry.
Although they are 12.6% of the population, we are told, Blacks make up only 1% of internet company founders and 1.5% of Silicon Valley employees. The latter, in addition, are subjected to a humiliating yellow badge-wearing regime which bars them from riding company bicycles.
The leaflet also shares with us the troubling facts that (1) Blacks' higher melanin content makes it harder for face-tracking software to sense them and (2) the disproportionately high crime rates in black ghettos tempt U.S. pedestrians to avoid them, with technology.
Who shall pay for these sins?
The detectives at OnlineITDegree.net claim to have sniffed out the culprit: Its name is 'tech' and its weapon is 'racism':
Created by: OnlineITDegree.net
We at Those Who Can See are not so sure. We thus present a counter-hypothesis, also in leaflet form. Could it be we have found the guilty party?
(Because we here at Those Who Can See are among those against whom tech is racist, we are unable to publish our counter-leaflet in one bloc. But we'd like to. We would welcome counsel on the subject from someone who has won natural selection's I.T. lottery.)