Reddit, a popular social media platform, has taken significant steps to combat racism and promote diversity within its organization. CEO Steve Huffman issued an open letter apologizing for the company’s past inaction towards racist Reddit communities and promised to review and update its content policy to explicitly condemn racism. Furthermore, co-founder Alexis Ohanian resigned from Reddit’s board and suggested that he be replaced by an African American advisor.

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