Company Apologizes for Firing Transgender Employee in 1968

Company Apologizes for Firing Transgender Employee in 1968A half-century after she was fired when IBM’s chief executive learned she was transgender, Lynn Conway was called to an online meeting. Company employees—including transgender staff members—watched last month as executives apologized to Conway for the way she was treated in 1968, the New York Times reports. The…


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