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Friday, June 15 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Data-Driven Research for Abolition

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What happens when systems adopt "data-driven reform" without engaging with the communities they study, sort, and control? We’ll explore practical tactics we can use to reclaim the role of data in the conversation about criminal justice reform. By drawing from our experiences collaborating across academia and grassroots organizing, we`ll workshop a set of strategies that organizers and academics can use jointly to develop research that supports an abolitionist agenda.

Presenters
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Chelsea Barabas

Chelsea is a research scientist at MIT, where she works on research regarding the use of automation and algorithmic decision making tools for government-led social reforms., MIT
Chelsea is a research scientist at MIT, where she works on research regarding the use of automation and algorithmic decision making tools for government-led social reforms.
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Rodrigo Ochigame

Rodrigo is a PhD student in MIT`s Science Technology and Society program., MIT
Rodrigo is a PhD student in MIT's Science Technology and Society program.
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Hannah Sassaman

Media Mobilizing project
Hannah is Policy Director at Media Mobilizing Project and currently a Soros Justice Fellow.


Friday June 15, 2018 2:00pm - 3:30pm
STATE HALL: Room 115

Attendees (213)