Ex-Facebook manager: black staffers face discrimination and exclusion

A former Facebook has accused the company of “failing” its black employees, saying they widespread and exclusion and that the social network is biased against its black users.

A letter from Mark S Luckie, who recently stepped down as strategic partner manager for global influencers, provided a detailed account of racism and prejudice at the embattled Silicon Valley corporation, noting that “in some buildings, there are more ‘ Lives Matter’ posters than there are actual black people”.

Black employees are often “aggressively accosted by campus security”, face discriminatory comments from managers, are “dissuaded” from participating in black employee groups, and reach a “dead end” when they go to HR, Luckie wrote in his letter published on Facebook on Tuesday and circulated internally to employees.

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