Race in HCI Collective, Angela Smith, Adriana Garcia, Ian Arawjo, Audrey Bennett, Khalia Braswell, Bryan Dosono, Ron Eglash, Denae Ford, Daniel Gardner, Shamika Goddard, Jaye Nias, Cale Passmore, Yolanda Rankin, Naba Rizvi, Carol Scott, Jakita Thomas, Alexandra To, Ihudiya Ogbonnaya-Ogburu, Marisol Wong-Villacres
In 2020, several of us aimed to disrupt the status quo and begin conversations around race in research and what that meant for the HCI community. We sought to construct a haven for ourselves, our participants, and our research as people of color by adapting critical race theory to HCI . We knew, however, we were not alone in our thoughts nor our experiences, so we set out to create a space for and build a community of individuals interested in not only discussing race but also grappling with better processes to implement radical change from individual to institutional…
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