We’re excited to invite you to our upcoming Media Justice Salon, Big Data for Big Organizing: Reducing Harm and Advancing Justice Through Data, on March 14 from 1-2 PM EST!
Data is often presented as objective and unbiased, but it can negatively influence the public policy that affects the lives of poor people and people of color.
Join this important discussion featuring activists and organizers confronting the ways our communities’ digital information is collected, stored, and shared by governments and corporations.
You’ll also learn how organizers can use data to support campaigns and movements for justice.
Tawana “Honeycomb” Petty
- Tawana serves as a Data Justice Coordinator and Communications Assistant for the Detroit Community Technology Project and co-leads the Our Data Bodies Project, a three-city, participatory data justice research project.
- Tamika is an an Organizer at Our Data Bodies, the Program Coordinator for Blueprint NC, directs and coordinated North Carolina Black Leadership and Organizing Collective, and co-directs the NC Black Women’s Roundtable.
- Jenn is currently a Data and Targeting Specialist at AFSCME in Washington, DC. Previously, she worked as both a political organizer in 2014 and the Data Director for the Texas Democratic Party from 2015-16.
Hosted by: Yeshimabeit Milner
- Yeshimabeit is co-founder and executive director of Data for Black Lives. She was a campaign manager at Color of Change, where she spearheaded major national initiatives including OrganizeFor, the only online petition platform dedicated to building the political voice of Black people.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from data experts.