My personal reading recommendations

“A People’s Guide To AI.”  Mimi Onuoha & Mother Cyborg (Diana Nucera) (PDF)

“Data Science as Political Action: Grounding Data Science in a Politics of Justice.” Ben Green. (PDF)

“Systemic Algorithmic Harms.” Kinjal Dave. (Medium Post)

“Digital Identities Feminist Futures.” Nushin Yazdani, Can Karaalioglu, Marie Claire Leidinger. Berlin, 2020. (Zine)

“Notes on Algorithmic Violence.” Mimi Onuoha. (Github)

“Race after Technology - Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code .” Ruha Benjamin. (Book)

„Reach Everyone on the Planet…“ Kimberlé Crenshaw and Intersectionality. Gunda Werner Institute and the Center for Intersectional Justice (CIJ). (PDF)

Design Justice Network Principles.” Design Justice. (Website)

“Design Justice . Community-Led Practices to Build the Worlds We Need.” Sasha Constanza Chock (Book, get it at your local book shop ;)

“Algorithms of Oppression. How Search Engines Reinforce Racism.” Safiya Umoja Noble (Book, get it at your local book shop ;)

“Counting the Countless.”  Os Keyes, Human-Computer Insurrection: Notes on an Anarchist HCI“ Os Keyes & Josephine Hoy & Margaret Drouhard (PDF)

AI NOW Institute Reports (PDF)

“HCI Inclusive Gender Guidelines.” Morgan Klaus Scheuerman. (Website)

Accessibility and disability justice resources. The Tutting Tutor. (Github Repository)

”Can data ever know who we really are?” Zara Rahman. (Medium Post)

“10 Tips on Receiving Critical Feedback: A Guide for Activists.” Brooke Anderson. (Medium Post)

“Automating Society – Taking Stock of Automated Decision-Making in the EU.” AlgorithmWatch. (PDF)

“Technically Wrong - Sexist Apps, Biased Algorithms, and Other Threats of Toxic Tech.” Sara Wachter-Boettcher. (Book, get it at your local book shop ;)

“Survival of the best fit.” (Website)

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“Intersektionalität in Deutschland – Chancen, Lücken und Herausforderungen.” Center for Intersectional Justice & DeZIM. (PDF)

“Exit Racism.” Tupoka Ogette. (Buch)

“Was weiße Menschen nicht über Rassismus hören wollen” von Alice Hasters. (Buch)

“Datenfeminismus: Big Data, Überwachung und Gender.” Nicole Shephard. (Artikel)

“Die unangenehme Wahrheit sozialer Ungerechtigkeit.” Deutschlandfunk Kultur. Pia Rauschenberger und Trang Thu Tran. (AUDIO)

„Reach Everyone on the Planet…“ Kimberlé Crenshaw und die Intersektionalität. Gunda-Werner-Institut in der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung und Center for Intersectional Justice. (PDF)

“All that you touch, you change. All that you change, changes you.” — Octavia E. Butler