Saturday, December 13, 2008

Q&A: Tech Pioneer Earl Pace on Racism in the IT Workplace

Earl Pace is BDPA Foundation board chairman. Early in his career, while working as a programming manager for a financial services company, Earl A. Pace, Jr. attended a computer conference where he was the only African American among the 200 attendees. He decided that needed to change.

Pace spoke with Computerworld about the obstacles in the IT workplace that African Americans have worked for decades - and are still working on -- to overcome.

Read the full Q&A session here.

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