It’s very peculiar that a white female is openly disobeying the law by pridefully and publicly stating that she will be hiring based on the color of ones skin.
Jasmine Friedl of DropBox posted on Twitter asking for black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) to apply:
“Coming soon: my teams at Dropbox will be hiring product designers! I’ve committed to building a truly diverse design community, so if you belong to our BIPOC communities and have questions that I can answer, hit me up! Here’s some of the roles we’ll be looking for.”
In another tweet she writes they are filling roles but “more keep coming” and “as always, I prioritize responses to our BIPOC community!”
This is a clear pattern with this racist Dropbox manager. For years, Jasmine Friedle has explicitly promised to offer extra assistance to certain applicants based on their race. It's hard to overstate how irresponsible these tweets are. cc @dropbox h/t @libsoftiktok pic.twitter.com/VhtweUHXOI
— Gregg Re (@gregg_re) May 10, 2022
In 2020 Friedl posted a sarcastic comment about “white dudes interviewing white dudes. Yayyyyyy” in a response to Dan Olsen, who is white, tweeting that he interviewed @Box CEO @levie at a 2018 Product Leader Summit.
In May of 2021 she tweeted, “when I offer to prioritize BIPOC conversations I’m offering a little equity: a chance to offer a little advice, answer questions, or give a little encouragement. I also can sometimes give portfolio feedback, or an honest evaluation on where an application might go.”
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