How tech deepened racial injustice in the US
Plus, these new WatchOS 7 features will change how you use Apple Watch, and how going back to the office after coronavirus reopenings could look.
June 25, 2020
How tech deepened racial injustice
The tech industry is built around the idea that science and tech can solve some of our biggest problems. But it’s made things worse in race relations. Ruha Benjamin breaks down why and explains how we can do better.
Editorial Director, CNET
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