Systemic Racism

'We existed in parallel universes’ – what it’s like to be black in Silicon Valley

Mark Karake: 'As a black person you internalize not making white people uncomfortable.' Image: Reuters/Stephen Lam

Mark Karake

Founder, CEO, Impact Africa Network

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