BySarah Jeong

Sarah Jeong is a journalist who writes on law and technology. Her work has appeared in The Verge, Forbes, and The Guardian.

  1. On May 30, 2014, I publicly stated that I did not have a racist bone in my body. I must now apologize for unintentionally deceiving the public at large. Only a week later, my doctors informed me that I did, in fact, have one more racist bone left in my body. As you are no doubt already aware, members of my family are genetically predisposed to racist bones. I take my condition very seriously, and…