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AI Intersections Database

This database by Mozilla Foundation maps intersections between the key social justice and human rights areas of our time and documented AI impacts and their manifestations in society.

AWA by Beloved

AWA by Beloved

New Orleans, LA

The first virtual DEI assessment for the workplace with an emphasis on mutual accountability.

The Tiny News Collective

Our mission is to support the voices historically excluded from media and media ownership.

Cultural Safety Audit Tools

The Cultural Safety Audit Tool for Individuals is designed to assess an individual’s level of development in understanding critical elements of cultural safety and working to create culturally safe experiences with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals. The Cultural Safety Audit Tool for Organisations is designed to assess an organisation’s commitment to a level of development in embedding cultural safety.

MariaLab

MariaLab

Brazil (Brasil)

A MariaLab é uma associação sem fins lucrativos, sem vínculo político-partidário e com empresas do setor privado, que atua na intersecção entre política, gênero e suas tecnologias.

Calling all Black feminist organizations for no-fee tech and data support

Though Black women are at the forefront of some of the most important social justice movements of our time, leading extraordinary initiatives with commitment and creativity, most of the time they are doing so with limited funding.  Recognizing this, we are extending a targeted offer of free tech and data support to Black feminist organizers.

The Systemic Racism Pin

The Systemic Racism Pin

Quebec City, QC, Canada

We highjacked Google Maps API to create a geolocated placename called Systemic Racism, just in front of the Parliament of Quebec, where it'd be impossible for the Premier to ignore.

BlackSpace

We break the silos of urbanist practices to build Black power and Black joy.

Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery Walking Tour

Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery Walking Tour

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA

Tomiko Brown-Nagin, chair of the Committee on Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery, introduces you to the Initiative's work and this tour.

HetzJaeger

HetzJaeger

Germany

A campaign to create hack algorithmic music discovery algorithms to promote an anti-Nazi message and pressure audio platforms to stop hosting Nazi content

Black Tech Agenda and Scorecard

Black communities need an affirmative vision of technology that protects our civil rights and advances our needs. A campaign nominated for a 2023 Webby Award.

Before The Bulldozers

It’s a one-hour, 1-mile walk through the site of America’s first large-scale urban renewal project.

NYU Public Safety Lab

NYU Public Safety Lab

New York University

Using data + social science to support communities' efforts to improve equity and efficiency in public safety outcomes

Justice and Equity in Technology Policy course

This Coursera course aims to help learners understand how inequity and injustice can become embedded in technology, science, and associated policies, and how this can be addressed.

Camino

Camino

Oakland, California

Camino is a 2D side-scrolling stealth game with Afro-surrealist elements that challenge the player to carefully manage resources and make use of their environment to fight for their loved ones and survive the onslaught of colonization.

Using Local Data to Address Structural Racism | Putting Local Data to Work

In its latest program to support local efforts to leverage data in community change, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Urban Institute (Urban) awarded a total of $1.5 million to 38 organizations across the US and its territories through the Using Local Data to Address Structural Racism grant program.

Giving Gap

Giving Gap

Seattle, WA, United States of America

Giving Gap exists to advance racial equity in giving and mobilize positive action for Black lives by connecting people to causes they care about.

The IDA B. WELLS Just Data Lab

The IDA B. WELLS Just Data Lab brings together students, educators, activists, and artists to develop a critical and creative approach to data conception, production, and circulation. Our aim is to rethink and retool data for justice.

Racism and Technology Center

The Racism and Technology Center uses technology as a mirror to reflect and make visible existing racist practices in Dutch society.

PEN America’s Online Harassment Field Manual

A training guide for journalists and writers on how to respond to online harassment and abuse, including building a community of supporters and developing counterspeech messages.

Speak Up & Stay Safe(r): A Guide to Protecting Yourself From Online Harassment

A guide written by targets of cyber-attacks that is designed for women, people of color, trans and genderqueer people, and everyone else whose existing oppressions are made worse by digital violence.

Anti-Racism Extended Reality Studio

The Anti-Racism Extended Reality Studio, or UA-ARXRS hopes to test the capacity of immersive and interactive “extended reality” tools, including volumetric video capture, virtual reality and digital narrative.

What the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Destroyed

An interactive reconstruction of the destruction of a thriving, Black-owned neighborhood that reconstructs a sense of place

ADL H.E.A.T Map

ADL H.E.A.T. Map is the first-of-its-kind interactive and customizable map detailing hate, extremist and antisemitic incidents by state and nationwide. ADL Center on Extremism experts developed this unique visualization using data points from information sources including news and media reports, government documents (including police reports), victim reports, extremist-related sources, Center on Extremism investigations and more. ADL H.E.A.T. Map is updated monthly. A compilation of the most recent cases of anti-Jewish vandalism, harassment, and assault may be viewed at the ADL Tracker of Antisemitic Incidents.

DevColor

/dev/color is the most powerful community of Black software engineers, technologists, and executives in the world.

Disinfo Defense League

The Disinfo Defense League (DDL) is a distributed national network of organizers, researchers and disinformation experts disrupting online racialized disinformation infrastructure and campaigns that deliberately target Black, Latinx, Asian American/Pacific Islander and other communities of color.

Know Your Rights Camp

A free campaign for youth funded by Colin @kaepernick7 to raise awareness on self-empowerment 💪🏿 and interacting with law enforcement 🚔

Our Data Bodies

Based in marginalized neighborhoods in Charlotte, North Carolina, Detroit, Michigan, and Los Angeles, California, we look at digital data collection and our human rights, work with local communities, community organizations, and social support networks, and show how different data systems impact re-entry, fair housing, public assistance, and community development.

Digital Undivided

Digital Undivided

50 Hurt Plaza Southeast, Atlanta, GA 30303, USA

BLACK AND LATINX WOMEN FOUNDERS + THEIR BIG IDEAS AND HIGH GROWTH COMPANIES + OUR TRAINING, NETWORK, AND ACCESS TO FUNDING = SOMETHING THE STARTUP WORLD HAS NEVER SEEN BEFORE

Black to the Future Public Policy Institute

The Black to the Future Public Policy Institute is a policy advocacy and leadership training fellowship that provides the tools needed to transform Black communities into constituencies that wield independent, Black political power at the municipal, state, and federal level.

Black Census Project

Launched by Black Futures Lab in early 2018, the Black Census Project is the largest survey of Black people conducted in the United States since Reconstruction.

SAFELAB

SAFELAB

1255 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10027, USA

The SAFElab is a research initiative focused on examining the ways in which youth of color navigate violence on and offline.

HateLab

Harnessing Data Science to Measure and Counter Hate Speech & Crime

Decolonize This Place

Decolonize This Place is an action-oriented movement centering around Indigenous struggle, Black liberation, free Palestine, global wage workers and de-gentrification.

Data for Black Lives

Data for Black Lives

United States of America (the)

Data as protest. Data as accountability. Data as collective action.

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