Apple VP Of Diversity Apologizes For Suggesting Diversity Of Thought Is Important

Apple’s Denise Young Smith, the newly minted Vice President of Diversity at the tech giant, has caused outrage in the industry over comments she made in defense of diversity of thought.

Silicon Valley has been in an all-out push to bring in more women and minorities, so when Smith said, “I focus on everyone. Diversity is the human experience,” without focusing specifically on race or gender, liberal publications criticized her.

Smith ultimately apologized for the sentiment.

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  • JoKeR
  • Dana Garcia
    • Drunk by Noon ✓

      That’s racist!

  • BillyHW

    I’m actually quite surprised that Ms. Smith actually said something reasonable and intelligent. Not at all surprised that she back-tracked once the SJW faggots started complaining. SAD!

    • Editor

      Yep. You are not allowed to run your company efficiently anymore. Whatever your product or service you offer, it takes second place to social engineering.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    When difference of skin was being marketed to us as “diversity” it was SUPPOSED to have the added byproduct of bringing diversity of thought, new ideas, and new ways of solving problems.
    Now they just admitted that it does none of those things, and never meant to.
    It was always a punishment for whites, especially white males.

  • Hard Little Machine

    My corporate iPhone was built by child slaves. I hope some of them were little girls.