Independent study provides an opportunity to enhance understanding, share learnings with the MIT community.
Dominique was one of four honorees recently awarded an MLK Jr. Leadership Award.
MLK Visiting Professor S. Craig Watkins looks beyond algorithm bias to an AI future where models more effectively deal with systemic inequality.
A new MIT-wide effort launched by the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society uses social science and computation to address systemic racism.
In 14.009, a first-year class taught by Nobel laureates, MIT students discover how economics helps solve major societal problems.
People rarely vote after being incarcerated. Associate Professor Ariel White wonders what can be done about it.
Forum features a range of experiences and perspectives about law enforcement and equity.
Keynote speaker at MIT’s annual MLK Celebration says fighting white supremacy requires far more than just reducing its harm.
Davis, in conversation with Senior Associate Dean Blanche Staton, fields questions from the MIT community about the current moment of racial reckoning.