The Ezra Klein Show

What Ellen Pao saw coming

1:10:44 | Jun 18th, 2018

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Ellen Pao had a rough 2015. She lost her high-profile gender discrimination lawsuit against Kleiner Perkins, one of Silicon Valley’s biggest and most powerful venture capital firms. She also stepped down as CEO of Reddit after a tumultuous tenure in ...Show More

mmMar 12th

Insightful interview with Ellen Pao reflecting on being a woman in tech and her Kleiner Perkins lawsuit + Reddit controversy of shutting down horrible subreddits dedicated to fat shaming and revenge porn. It's cringy to think that only a few years ago, *she* was the one vilified for bringing gender discrimination to light and for trying to make the internet a better place.

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yashevdeJun 26th, 2018

Ezra Klein really shines in this one in bringing Ellen's valuable thoughts and experiences to the fore

mmMar 12th

Thanks for echoing this @yashevde. I really enjoyed the episode! It's so sad that everything she warned us about is finally coming to light and mainstream acceptance.