Tuesday, May 24, 2016


People are pointing out an obvious problem with this tweet about diversity

People are pointing out a painfully obvious problem with this tweet about diversity.

There’s nothing worse than suffering from an awkward moment on social media, where everyone and their aunt can witness it.

And sadly that’s exactly what happened to the Executive Editor of the Huffington Post Liz Heron on Friday when she tweeted the following:

Notice anything about this Huffington Post editors meeting?.

The answer was supposed to be, that they're all women.

However, the internet quickly noticed something glaringly obvious, and it sort of overshadowed the 'women power' element of the tweet:

It's 85% white women?

I'd love to read your diversity policy! 😂 "We hire only white women."

Um. Better luck next time?

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Respect for the truth is almost the basis of all morality.
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