Nov 19

Digital Redlining: A Panel Discussion

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Virtual (Register for link)
  • Add to Calendar 2021-11-19 14:30:00 2021-11-19 15:30:00 Digital Redlining: A Panel Discussion The CSC, in collaboration with the Undesign the Redline team, is excited to host a panel discussion on Digital Redlining. This panel takes place as part of the ongoing exploration of the Undesign the Redline exhibition, currently on display on the first floor of the Milstein Center at Barnard College. Digital Redlining: A Panel Discussion The Undesign the Redline exhibit at Barnard College explores the history of structural racism and inequality and how these designs compounded each other from the 1938 Redlining maps until today. This Digital Redlining panel convenes community organizers and experts on the effect that technology has had on exacerbating these century-old redlining tools via broadband accessibility, biases in mortgage lending, and more. Panelists include Emmanuel Martinez, Investigative Data Journalist at The Markup, Chris Gilliard, Visiting Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Center and a Detroit-based writer, professor and speaker on digital privacy, and Greta Byrum, program director for the Social Science Research Council’s Just Tech program. The panel will be moderated by CSC Associate Director Saima Akhtar. This panel will take place online. A Zoom link will be sent to registrants shortly before the event. For more information about the Barnard CSC, go to https://www.csc.barnard.edu or follow us on Instagram and Twitter (@barnard_csc), and Facebook. Virtual (Register for link) Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

The CSC, in collaboration with the Undesign the Redline team, is excited to host a panel discussion on Digital Redlining. This panel takes place as part of the ongoing exploration of the Undesign the Redline exhibition, currently on display on the first floor of the Milstein Center at Barnard College.


Digital Redlining: A Panel Discussion

The Undesign the Redline exhibit at Barnard College explores the history of structural racism and inequality and how these designs compounded each other from the 1938 Redlining maps until today. This Digital Redlining panel convenes community organizers and experts on the effect that technology has had on exacerbating these century-old redlining tools via broadband accessibility, biases in mortgage lending, and more. Panelists include Emmanuel Martinez, Investigative Data Journalist at The Markup, Chris Gilliard, Visiting Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Center and a Detroit-based writer, professor and speaker on digital privacy, and Greta Byrum, program director for the Social Science Research Council’s Just Tech program. The panel will be moderated by CSC Associate Director Saima Akhtar.


This panel will take place online. A Zoom link will be sent to registrants shortly before the event.

For more information about the Barnard CSC, go to https://www.csc.barnard.edu or follow us on Instagram and Twitter (@barnard_csc), and Facebook.