Stretch Your Impact: Investigating Structural Racism and Gentrification Using Computational Tech
Wednesday from 12:00-1:00 PM ET
The “Stretch Your Impact” summer series is a collection of sessions helping you crack the why and how of stretching your technological knowledge and skills for the public good.
In this first session, Sebastian Sandoval Olascoaga, a PhD student in the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, will introduce his work using computational tech to investigate structural racism and gentrification in Boston in partnership with neighborhood activist-researchers and the Conservation Law Foundation. This will be an interactive presentation structured to enable participants to discuss the importance of public interest tech. Register here to receive the zoom link!
To learn more about Sebastian click here!