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Intersectional Tech: Black Users in Digital Gaming

April 18 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Please join the departments of History, American Studies, English and Women, Gender, and Sexual Studies for an exciting conversation with Dr. Kishonna Gray, author of “Intersectional Tech: Black Users in Digital Gaming” and Associate Professor of writing, rhetoric, and digital Studies at the University of Kentucky. She previously served as the MLK Scholar and Visiting Professor at MIT. Her work is grounded in critical race theory and feminist approaches to knowledge production. She interrogates the impact that technology has on culture and how Black users, in particular, influence the creation of technological products and the dissemination of digital artifacts. Her current research interrogates the possibilities and potentials of what that technology can afford Black communities who are traditionally excluded from public spaces, including digital ones. Dr. Gray will present her work via Zoom (https://csulb.zoom.us/i/84238330762) and we will also live stream conversation on campus in LA2 – 120 on April 18th from 4:00 – 5:30 PM.

If you’re on campus please join us in our live audience otherwise you can use the Zoom link in the flyer or above.


April 18
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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LA2-120 & Zoom