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Mark S. Luckie
I appreciate Facebook's response to my post calling out discrimination at the company. However, the tone is noticeably different from the only response I received from senior leadership after sharing the post internally.
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Mark S. Luckie 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie
Nearly every week while I was at Facebook, I had one or more black employees lamenting to me the issues I discussed, seeking advice for how to counter it. The discriminatory experience was not limited to me as anyone who has been can tell you.
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Mark S. Luckie 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie
Progress made does not mean there is not more work to be done. Facebook can and should do better.
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jenifer daniels 🧜🏾‍♀️ 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie
"AfroTech heaven"
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Aaron 27 Nov 18
Right?? that was a nice little jealous jab! 🤣
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@Serena 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie
This is a great coverage piece on it too:
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BlissBae 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie
Your transparency about your experience there is vitally important to our progression, Mark. I applaud and thank you dearly. If there’s a way we can contribute in a greater way to this conversation and/or transformation, please let me know. I stand with you.
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Ime Archibong 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie
Hey, I continue to stand behind everything I said in our private conversation (btw it’s pretty disappointing to see you share our private messages without permission in a public forum).
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Ime Archibong 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie
There’s always more work to be done -- and all the folks who have been here for several years doing this work have never been shy about saying that.
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LaVonya-Rena 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie @Facebook
I'm wondering how long it will take for to put out an official statement addressing this issue?
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The African Analyst 27 Nov 18
Replying to @marksluckie
I find it ridiculous that he seem to suggest that since Mark has spoken up about black experience in his previous jobs — makes his complain about black experience at FB unbelievable.
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