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'Hacking Diversity: The Politics of Inclusion in Open Technology Cultures':
"Christina Dunbar-Hester shows that within this well-meaning volunteer world, beyond the sway of human resource departments + equal opportunity legislation, members of underrepresented groups face unique challenges."
"Hacking Diversity reframes questions of diversity advocacy to consider what interventions might appropriately broaden inclusion and participation in the hacking world and beyond."
press.princeton.edu/books/pape

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