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In this episode I unpack Walker, Sherif, and Breazeal’s (2022) publication titled “Liberatory computing education for African American students,” which unpacks and situates the five pillars of the liberation framework proposed by El-Amin within data activism modules.
01:53 My single sentence summary
02:03 Paper introduction
04:34 The liberatory computing through data activation modules
05:03 Sound racial identity
06:34 Critical consciousness
09:00 Collective obligation
12:02 Liberation centered academic achievement/identity
13:15 Activism skills
15:16 Lingering questions and thoughts
15:23 What other oppressed identities might the liberation framework apply to?
16:28 What would this look like in other areas of CS (i.e., other than data analysis)?
16:59 When might a focus on activism cause harm to students?