Racial Justice Amidst the Dangers of Computing Creep: A Dialogue
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In this episode I unpack Shah and Yadav’s (2023) publication titled “Racial justice amidst the dangers of computer creep: A dialogue,” which presents a dialogue that problematizes issues around racial justice in computing education.
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02:29 Who are we? Why this dialogue?
03:52 What do you see as significant trends in computing education, and what are their implications for racial justice?
10:19 What are dominant approaches to racial equity and justice in computing education? How do you appraise their potential to achieve those goals?
21:01 What are some approaches in computing education you find promising, and what are the limits of those approaches?
30:41 How do we actually change the system of computing education towards racial justice? Is this even possible?
34:54 What strategic visions do you see as promising in computing education to advance racial justice? What questions would you pose to the field?
35:30 Would the authors make the same recommendations for emproving racial equity if they focused on other forms of equity?