A Statement on Caste Bias From 30 Dalit Women Engineers

  • Citation: “A Statement on Caste Bias From 30 Dalit Women Engineers.” The Washington Post, 2020.
    • Topics:
    • Business and Trade
    • Keywords:
    • South Asia
    • India
    • United States
    • caste bias
    • discrimination
    • hiring
    • Silicon Valley
    • Dalit movement

Thirty women engineers born into the Dalit caste, the lowest rank in India’s system of social hierarchy, share their experience with caste bias in U.S. tech industry.

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