Google employees and shareholders are planning to stage a demonstration outside of the company's annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday.
The protests are to show support for proposals shareholders will vote on regarding sexual harassment and diversity policies at Google and parent-company Alphabet.
The demonstrations would follow similar high profile protests at Amazon and Facebook's annual meetings.
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Several hundred activists and Google employees are expected to crash the company's annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday, to call attention to the company's policies on sexual harassment, diversity efforts and other issues, according to a CNBC report.
The report says that the protesters, a mix of Google employees and shareholders, are planning a demonstration outside of the building in Sunnyvale, Calif where the shareholder meeting will take place.