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Technology writer and entrepreneur Zennie Abraham recently posted an article on his blog on SFGate.com talking about the recent controversy surrounding Techcrunch founder Michael Arrington’s comments on diversity in Silicon Valley.

Arrington said in an interview for CNN’s Black in America 4 that there aren’t any Black entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.

The comment ignited a firestorm and Abraham talks about his personal experiences being a Black man in the tech world, and if he’s experienced some racism in his interactions with Arrington or others out there.

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