Alphabet Tries to Silence Conservative Investors As they Question Why Google’s Parent Company Silences Conservative Voices

Alphabet Tries to Silence Conservative Investors As they Question Why Google’s Parent Company Silences Conservative Voices, by Justin Danhof.

Regarding her experience with Google, James wrote this: “In 1961, at age 12, I was one of two-dozen black children who integrated an all-white junior high school in Richmond. White parents jeered me outside the school, and inside, their kids stuck me with pins, shoved me in the halls and pushed me down the stairs. So when the group of Google employees resorted to calling names and making false accusations because they didn’t want a conservative voice advising the company, the hostility was reminiscent of what I felt back then — that same intolerance for someone who was different from them.”