THINK BLACK: A Memoir
In 1946, Thomas J. Watson set out to find the best and brightest minds for IBM and hired John Stanley Ford as the company's first Black software engineer. His executive life came at a high price. Watson welcomed Ford, but his White colleagues did not and showed it in the most incendiary ways. In turn, Ford became self-loathing and internalized the racism, and brought it home.
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