Our free Talking Data Equity series is having an amazing special guest coming up on march 11. Sign up to receive the zoom link below.
“Special Guest: Dr. Battle-Baptiste , Director of W.E.B. Du Bois Center at UMass Amherst and a Black Feminist Archaeologist. She is going to share her insights about how identity often urges us to ask different questions, see from different perspectives and how Black Feminist Archaeology leads to different research questions and different methods.”
Special Guest: Dr. Azadeh Yadollahi , a biomedical engineer at the Toronto Rehab Institute. She is going to share with us her story of embedding data equity in a sleep study centred around people experiencing homelessness.
Their work is about embedding equity in language and communications. They build resources about how to avoid trying to get it right by creating recipes for absolutes. And instead, help folx bring attention to a meandering and contradictory patchwork quilt of a language.
Hello! Will a link to the slides as well as the recorded presentation be available? Alex had some awesome infographics, some of which I found on the Radical Copyeditor website and some that I could not (specifically one about being intentionally/appropriately specific) and I would love to pass along to colleagues. It was such a great session.
Hi @CKCDhere is the recording of the hour. Alex has asked that we keep the video unlisted and so mainly accessible to our community rather than the general public. The slides weren’t shared but you can see them in the video
Dr. Mareike Schomerus, Vice President at the Busara Center in Nairobi joins us to share her experiences with practical ways to design research and use data in ways that are both good science as well as grounded in local reality.