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Readout of White House Roundtable on Protecting Americans from Harmful Data Broker Practices The White House
August 16, 2023
Announcing the second round of grantees from the Wikimedia Foundation Knowledge Equity Fund Wikimedia Foundation
August 03, 2023
33 Leaders Standing Up to Big Tech in the Age of A.I. The Chronicle of Philanthropy
July 31, 2023
Retail stores are packed with unchecked facial recognition, civil rights organizations say The Verge
July 14, 2021
The 2020 Good Tech Awards The New York Times
December 30, 2020
Meet The Black Women Trying to Fix AI POCIT
December 01, 2020
Race and America: why data matters Financial Times
July 22, 2020
Predictive policing algorithms are racist. They need to be dismantled. MIT Technology Review
July 17, 2020
Coronavirus contact tracing apps aren’t worth the health risk to Black and Latinx people The Boston Globe
June 24, 2020
From Credit Scores to Job Applications: California's Reparations Task Force Looks to Algorithms KQED
February 03, 2020
Why We Need Data For Black Lives Forbes
December 11, 2019
Forbes 30 Under 30 Forbes
December 06, 2019
AI is sending people to jail—and getting it wrong MIT Technology Review
January 21, 2019
The Just Data Cube (at D4BL II) The MIT Center for Civic Media
January 14, 2019
Data for Black Lives Is an Organization Using Analytics as a Tool for Social Change Vice Garage
February 01, 2018
Data for Black Lives: How to Design Justice Daily Kos
December 18, 2017
Calculating the cost of tech-fueled discrimination MIT News
December 13, 2017