PITTSBURGH (AP) — Protests deliberate at Google workplaces within the Bay Space and across the nation over the firing of an worker who questioned firm variety efforts have been postponed.
A press release on the “March on Google” web site says Saturday’s protests have been being canceled due to threats from what it referred to as “Alt Left terrorist teams.”
Protest organizers didn’t reply to requests for details about the alleged threats or which authorities have been notified about them.
The deliberate occasions in Pittsburgh and eight different places have been in response to Google’s firing of a software program engineer who argued that organic variations helped clarify why ladies are underrepresented on the firm.
The protest group is accusing information organizations of falsely characterizing the protests as “organized by Nazi sympathizers” regardless of what it describes as its “clear and easy statements denouncing bigotry and hatred.”