SAP abandones some racist language – and no one seems to care?!
SAP CTO Juergen MUELLER‘s blog https://blogs.sap.com/2020/09/11/making-the-software-industry-a-little-more-inclusive/ is up for > 2 Weeks and featured on the front page for at least > 1 Week.
As if now, it has ( 17 Likes 548 Views and ) only 1 comment. I think this is very, very low, isn’t it?
And I wonder: How come?
- There probably are people thinking this is a silly, un-needed move, and I cant’t change their mind (and I don’t want to discuss that), but it seems that at least they keep their toxic opinion for themselves. This is good.
- There might be some people who think this is a great move, a huge achievement – why don’t they cheer?
- There surely are many people thinking this is on step, but certainly not the only one needed. Why don’t they say so? And ask for (or better: demand!) the next, bigger steps?
I know and acknowledge that speaking up is not possible for all -> this makes it even more important to do so for those that can speak up safely!