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LEEDh: Leadership in Engaged and Ethical DH Projects #d4d

To be LEEDh (Leadership in Engaged and Ethical DH) Certified, projects must: Fill a community need.  Involve the community, at the beginning, at all points along the course the project, and the community must own the project at the end.   … Continue reading

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“Community Engaged” projects

During the #d4d Design for Diversity Conference, Case study presenters talked about developing DH projects that are ethically embedded in the community.  Wanting to learn a little more about the topic, I googled around and found guidelines for both “Community … Continue reading

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New York Streets, the West End, Villa Victoria, Tent City, Stop the Highway: “Progress” vs. Community Control in Boston’s Neighborhoods– video

The video from my presentation is up!  It was filmed by WGBH for the “Forum Network”   http://forum-network.org/lectures/collecting-dissent-history-protest-and-community-control-bostons-neighborhoods/

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East Boston Speaks: School Desegregation, October 2

I’m helping organize this event with a bunch of educators and neighborhood activists.  Please come! Download Poster 

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New York Streets, West End, Villa Victoria, Tent City, Stop the Highway: Battlegrounds of “progress” vs. community control in Boston’s neighborhoods

Here is a presentation I gave at the Old South Meeting House September 12, 2017, for the Paul Revere Society on HOLC maps. Click on “tools” and “speaker notes” for my talk.

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SAA Panel on Radical Empathy

My Presentation, “The Colonizing Gaze: Digitized Collections, Radical Communities and Paywalls (featuring Rhianna)”. Click on “tools” and “speaker notes” for more. radempathy-minizine-final — the minizine that @kellywooten put together for a panel we presented at the Society of American Archivists’ … Continue reading

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Boston, Race, and Resilience

For the past nearly two years, I have been a member of the Race Equity Working Group of the Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Race Equity. The MORRE Office’s primary mission is to help build resilience for all Bostonians by … Continue reading

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