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Kenia Alonzo & Edgar Cruz of Generation Justice: Oral Histories of Surveillance
We started teasing out all the levels of the way we actually criminalize young people by having surveillance. We started thinking about who’s in charge of this and who’s really pushing this through, a …

Tyler Hamilton: Oral Histories of Surveillance
Amazon is sort of an interesting case. They track everything you do. Like, when I first came in joining… I started working there, one of the, they had sort of their ambassadors, like, showing people a …

Sheheryar Kaoosji: Oral Histories of Surveillance
Misclassifying—especially truck drivers—as independent contractors, and that’s obviously something that’s spread to a bunch of other sectors, rideshare being the most obvious one. So now we’re seeing …

Our Data Bodies, is an education project run by researchers and organizers in Los Angeles; Detroit; Charlotte, N.C.; and other cities. It has worked to teach communities of color how their personal data is collected and used by tech firms and government agencies. This year, it hosted virtual trainings for community organizers to teach them how to fight potentially harmful technologies like facial recognition.

We are a five-person team concerned about the ways our communities’ digital information is collected, stored, and shared by government and corporations. 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.

This work is made possible in part by a grant from Digital Trust Foundation.

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