More Than You Bargained For: What Your Labor is Funding
Kelsey Gilmore-Innis
Published 04/06/16

Working as a developer has never been 'just about writing code.' A new generation of activists are doing amazing work questioning who is allowed & encouraged to work in tech and how power structures are established and maintained in our field. As much as the personal is political, the old-fashioned political still is too, and companies and individuals made rich by our labor in the tech industry have been making increasingly direct monetary incursions into U.S. politics. Let's take a look at what policies & politicians our bosses,investors, users and contributors are buying at the local and state levels, with a specific focus on current changes in education policy and future moves in law enforcement.

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