EPISODE 19   |   MARCH 15, 2019

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Why does Silicon Valley love immigrants? To find the answer, we’re going to hear the story of two tech industry insiders – one a long-time computer programmer turned whistleblower, and another…an immigrant who benefited from the controversial H-1B foreign work visa. He’ll give a perspective that the masters of Big Tech don’t want you to hear.

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EPISODE 19   |   MARCH 15, 2019

LEARNED TO CODE

Supported by:

Why does Silicon Valley love immigrants? To find the answer, we’re going to hear the story of two tech industry insiders – one a long-time computer programmer turned whistleblower, and another…an immigrant who benefited from the controversial H-1B foreign work visa. He’ll give a perspective that the masters of Big Tech don’t want you to hear.

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Patrick Courrielche: Silicon Valley is known for its ruthless competition – constantly battling each other to grow ever larger. But one area where they put down their swords and come together is the topic of immigration. Silicon Valley loves immigrants.

Tim Cook: My view on DACA is that Congress needs to fix DACA. And fix DACA to me means allow everyone to stay in the country.

Jack Dorsey: We benefit from immigration. We benefit from diversity.

Reporter: The Washington Post reports that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his wife are donating $33 million to fund scholarships for undocumented immigrants called dreamers.

Mark Zuckerberg: I hear fearful voices calling for building walls and distancing people they label as others.

Patrick Courrielche: But why? Why does Silicon Valley love immigrants?

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