Examining Sustainability at Barnard Main MenuAbout This ProjectDescription of the project and DHC summer cohortAbout UsWhat is a circular economy?Implementing Circular Campus at BarnardBibliographyElizabeth Burton8109d7a05a4f648e5b14560bf733bdfa36f4aa14Gabriela Arredondo6ee8b73e67faec6b1d9bcc600b38c7c0b5a7bd63Miranda Jones-Davidis80b931b2877ba3bfba1cbdcd0157055dbef60b56
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12020-06-26T21:21:27+00:00Elizabeth Burton8109d7a05a4f648e5b14560bf733bdfa36f4aa1411Cover of Race After Technologyplain2020-06-26T21:21:27+00:00Elizabeth Burton8109d7a05a4f648e5b14560bf733bdfa36f4aa14
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12020-06-25T19:55:03+00:00Race After Technology7plain182020-06-30T13:53:55+00:00 Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code by Ruha Benjamin examines the legacy of institutional racism in the United States as it currently manifests in technology. She draws a connection from the Jim Crow era to the ways in which modern technology is used for racist surveillance, profiling, and other methods that are more covert than the racism of the Jim Crow era, but still result in the same harm for Black people and other people of color. Benjamin pays special attention to the ways in which race and racism are integrated into technology in our everyday lives.