Google employees demand Palestine support in letter to CEO

Google employees demand Palestine support in letter to CEO

The escalating violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has caused a divide among Google employees, leading to a public call out of the company’s silence.

On Tuesday, a group of 250 concerned “Jewish and allied Googlers” released a signed letter penned to CEO Sundar Pichai, demanding the tech behemoth provide relief to Palestinians suffering from the ongoing humanitarian crises that have erupted during the violent conflict between Israel and Hamas, a militant group that doesn’t recognize Israel. It also calls for a company statement that not only acknowledges the violence but includes a “direct recognition of the harm done to Palestinians by Israeli military and gang violence. Both Israelis and Palestinians are hurting right now, but ignoring the destructive and deadly attacks faced by Palestinians erases our Palestinian coworkers.” Read more…

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