Many of us fantasize about making a dramatic exit from our jobs.

That final triumphant showdown with our boss. Throwing our stapler and office plant in a box and walking down the hallway one last time, head held high. Kerosene and a lit match thrown behind our shoulder as we leave.

For others, however, the idea of leaving a job is terrifying, and quitting feels synonymous with failure.

But what if we learned to see quitting differently? Not as failure or a showdown, but as a tactic for creating a more equitable workplace?

In this episode, we sit down with Liz Fong-Jones, an advocate for the rights of technology workers and users. Fong-Jones recently wrote a Medium post about why she quit

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