I’ve been attending a quarantine book club and like the good format. Meet the author and have a Q&A. Simple.
Last week one session featured UCLA faculty member Dr. Safiya Noble. She’s co-director of the Center for Critical Internet Inquiry in the School of Education and Information Sciences. The center has curated a reading list about racial justice and tech by black scholars that will keep my reading list full for the rest of the year.
Today, I signed up to attend an online workshop Introduction to Being an Antiracist led by Kim Crayton scheduled for Saturday June 27th.