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Facebook is ignoring its black workers, former employee says

By Bloomberg
30 November 2018   |   3:23 pm
If Facebook Inc. continues to ignore its black workers, it will miss out on a major financial opportunity with black users, according to former employee Mark S. Luckie.

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