Keynote Address with Ruha Benjamin and 2019 Critical Race and Digital Studies Conference: Race, Technology, & the Future: Setting the Agenda

Tue, May 28, 2019, 5:00 pm
NYU Washington, DC Abramson Family Auditorium 1307 L St, NW
Public / Open To All
NYU Center for Critical Race and Digital Studies

This one-day International Communication Association post-conference on, seeks to bring together established and emerging scholars of race and technology to critically reflect on ways that race and inequality structurally organizes and manifests in digital architectures, individual and collective identities, local and global communities, cultural practices, and power relations. The conference will culminate with a keynote address with Ruha Benjamin and Meredith Broussard on the topic of Artificial Intelligence and the New Jim Code. 

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