#StopAAPIHate: Asians of Hacker Noon Talk About Their Experiences With Racism
Hacker Noon Mama-in-Chief.com: Do y'all have personal experience with racism? Some people have been called names from car windows as people drive by in U.S. He says he has experienced like "positive" stereotypes. Norah: I think it comes down to acknowledgement firstly. And secondly a bit of retraining of thoughts. Unconscious bias will tell you one thing, which will trigger an initial reaction. And I think people just have to question their initial reactions for a while to investigate where the thought process comes from.
Linh Dao Smooke
Hacker Noon Mama-in-Chief. But also like a real mom (to Norah).
Almost a third of the Hacker Noon team are of Asian descent. In light of recent events, we shared our love for our Asian families and friends as well as discussed our personal experiences with anti-Asian racism and racism at large; and what we can do about it as individuals.
Hacker Noon is committed to be an inclusive place for all our Asian colleagues and all our colleagues of color or of any background.
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