According to foreign media reports, the so-called alternative right activists are gathering in Google's office to protest the company's dismissal of the controversial memorandum of the software engineer James Damore. "March on Google & rdquo; parade will be held on August 19 throughout the United States. To date, the organizers have at least confirmed that they will be marching in five cities, including New York City, Washington, DC, Austin, Boston and Damore have worked at Mountain View headquarters.
According to the news of the official website of the march, the purpose of the procession will involve these activists revolt against the so-called "anti-free speech monopoly". A description on the site says: "Google is a monopoly, abuse of power to curb dissent and manipulate the results of the election." People across the country will protest in front of each office of Google offices, but the event organizers also want the protesters to exercise the right of freedom of speech in front of Google executives.
#MarchOnGoogle organizers also plan to host a series of activities, such as "Google Meme Contest" and many interviews with right-wingers, one of which may be Damore himself. Damore's controversial 10-page memorandum has made this week's hot topic sparking controversy over sex and diversity in the US technology industry.