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My Research



Liberatory Technology and Digital Marronage

Throughout Spring 2022, Payton Croskey and I co-led a team of undergraduate research associates to explore forms of Liberatory Technology and Digital Marronage. 


Imagining Radical Tech Futures

On April 11th, 2022, I organized, facilitated, and moderated a conversation between myself and three Black technologists on their visions of a radical tech future. The event drew over 400 registrants.

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Algorithims of Protest: How Protests Change Cities, and How Cities Change Protests

In Fall 2020 and Spring 2021, I completed a year-long senior thesis that used artificial intelligence and archival research to explore the effects of urban landscapes on social justice protest and vice versa.

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