The alt-right will protest the firing of James Damore with a ‘March on Google’


Right wing activists are rallying to show up at the offices of Google to protest the firing of the now-infamous software engineer and author of that viral memo, James Damore. The so-called #MarchOnGoogle is slated to take place on August 19 in various locations across the US. So far the organizers have confirmed at least five cities, including New York City, Washington DC, Austin, Boston and the Mountain View HQ where Damore used to work. According to the movement’s official website, the purpose of the marches is to revolt what the activists involved describe as an “anti-free speech monopoly” at…

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