Racial attitudes persist in digital media and in race-based surveillance but also in new methods for teaching civil rights history.
Session Chair: Anna Everett, Department of Film Studies, University of California - Santa Barbara. Discussion Leader: Allison Clark, Seedbed Initiative for Transdomain Creativity, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
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- Jessie Daniels, Urban Public Health Program/Community Health Education, CUNY, Hunter College, Cloaked Websites, Youth, and Digital Media: Thinking about Race and Civil Rights at the Interface
- Simone Browne, Department of Sociology and Equity Studies in Education, University of Toronto, (Im)mobility Documents, Race, and Surveillance
- Irene Chien, Film Studies and New Media Program, University of California, Berkeley, Orienting Inner Space: Biofeedback Gaming and the Racialized Landscape of Mind, Body, and Spirit
- Michele White, Department of Communications, Tulane University, The Hand Blocks the Screen: A Consideration of the Ways the Interface is Raced