On the other hand, I do see why women's underrepresentation has a certain urgency right now. Addressing it shouldn't be to the exclusion of the minority underrepresentation problem, but:
1. Women make up nearly 60% the U.S. workforce—about 3x the number of minorities—but the two groups' numbers in tech are comparable (nsf.gov). In tech degrees, minorities' numbers have improved in the last decade; not women's (bls.gov).
2. It's especially galling to see explicit biases against women—e.g., that they are not as good as men on panels, not as capable in jobs—openly defended in our field and by its leaders. I don't think you see that for (very real) biases against minorities.