Some workers at Apple have created a collective group they're calling #AppleToo, calling for current and former workers across all Apple divisions to share stories of racism, discrimination, harassment or other workplace issues.
"Connect with us to share your own experience, stay informed, or unite in solidarity with other current or former Apple workers. United, we can collaborate to iterate a healthier workplace. We are working together to craft a statement on our behalf, reflecting our stories and an outline of changes we expect to see Apple make," the group wrote on their website.
The new collective effort follows several women speaking publicly about their fights with Apple's internal and HR teams, as well as a series of public protests about internal company issues, including petition letters about remote work and a controversial, prominent Apple hire.