LFI Course Materials 4/Week eleven

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Week 11: Building local power[edit]



 * Merging Public Data Sets Has Implications for Racial Equity
 * The Business of Police Surveillance
 * Seeking Algorithmic Justice in Policing AI
 * The Controversy Over Facial Recognition Software Comes to Detroit
 * Civil liberty advocates caution use of Project Green Light during pandemic
 * A Critical Summary of Detroit's Project Green Light and Its Greater Context
 * Detroit Activist Exposes Dangers of Facial Recognition
 * Detroiters Want to be Seen, Not Watched
 * Watched and Still Dying
 * Safe or Just Surveilled?
 * In the 'Blackest city in America,' a fight to end facial recognition

Guest lecturer[edit]

Tawana Petty is a mother, social justice organizer, youth advocate, poet and author. She is intricately involved in water rights advocacy, data and digital privacy rights education and racial justice and equity work. She is director of the Data Justice Program at Detroit Community Technology Project, co-leads Our Data Bodies, is a convening member of the Detroit Digital Justice Coalition, an anti-racism facilitator with Detroit Equity Action Lab, and a [https://pacscenter.stanford.edu/research/digital-civil-society-lab/ Digital Civil Society Lab fellow at Stanford PACS.