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New U-M online course centers equity and justice in technology policy
Slices of 4 photos in a row: 1) A group of people hold a large black banner that says "Tech Workers Demand Justice"; 2) A surveillance camera against a cloudy sky; 3) Two large wind turbines in a hazy field at sunset, 4) A pair of children, one Black and one white, in yellow uniform polo shirts, looking at small green and white laptops together.
Announcing Justice and Equity in Technology Policy, a new online course from Shobita Parthasarathy, director of the Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program at the University of Michigan's Ford School of Public Policy.
Register for Justice and Equity in Technology Policy
This massive open online course will help STEM and policy professionals, community organizers, and students understand how injustices can become embedded in technology and associated policies. “Justice and Equity in Technology Policy” also explores how these policies affect marginalized communities and how the impacts can be addressed through better technological design and public policy.

The course is designed for people from diverse professional, advocacy, and academic backgrounds, with no scientific, technical, or policy background necessary.

Parthasarathy created the course in partnership with U-M’s Center for Academic Innovation. Learn more and enroll in “Justice and Equity in Technology Policy” through Coursera.
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