Join author Catherine Knight Steele for this conversation with Data & Society's Policy Research Analyst Serena Oduro, inspired by Catherine Knight Steele's new book "Digital Black Feminism" (NYU Press). Provocations and Q&A follow the discussion. Buy your copy of the book here: https://bookshop.org/a/14284/9781479808380.
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About the Series
Data & Society’s Network Book Forum Series puts a selection of new releases in conversation with our ongoing research to propose new insights about the impacts of data-centric and automated technologies. Scholars, lawyers, activists, journalists, policy creators, artists, entrepreneurs, ethnographers, historians, librarians, and data scientists center practical and speculative themes by connecting new works to a community of practitioners who work at the intersection of technology and society.
About Data & Society
Data & Society is an independent nonprofit research organization. We believe that empirical evidence should directly inform the development and governance of new technology. We study the social implications of data and automation, producing original research to ground informed, evidence-based public debate about emerging technology.