When you pay one person to avoid the justice you deserve, it's called bribery. When you pay many people to avoid the justice you deserve, it's called "changing the world." . Me. And an hour of discussing plutocracy, democracy, and much else.
“Giving back is a wingman of taking ruthlessly.” — , on tech philanthropy. Listen to the full conversation with on the newest #RecodeDecode
.: "Have a seat, Anand. You can relax." Me: "I can never quite relax around you." Kara: "That’s fair." Me: "You’ve destroyed so many tech barons." Kara: "Yes, that’s true. But you’re not one of them." Me: [Sits]
“Giving back is a wingman of taking ruthlessly.” — , on tech philanthropy. Listen to the full conversation with on the newest #RecodeDecode
"I think the kind of philanthropy that feels right to me in this moment is philanthropy that would actually break down, dismantle, help accelerate the end of a bad system instead of shore up a bad system." Agree.
Last week I was walking by Made by We in Chelsea NYC and through the window saw Anand Giridharadas speaking with on Recode Decode. Here is what he was saying. Funny, whipsmart, fast, and correct.
Last week I was walking by Made by We in Chelsea NYC and through the window saw Anand Giridharadas speaking with on Recode Decode. Here is what he was saying. Funny, whipsmart, fast, and correct. via
Tech billionaires who donate millions are just “bribing society at large,” Anand Giridharadas says via
Anand Giridharadas nails how today's billionaire philanthropy undermines democracy instead of promoting justice