My colleagues Arif, Atif and Sumedha have published a paper about the work we’re doing with Data Mesh and how we address data governance challenges from a platform point of view.
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A study of the daily lives of violent far-right actors using court records to peer inside their living spaces.
A people’s history of the removal of statues honoring racists, slave owners, and colonizers, largely during the Uprising in the Summer of 2020 following the murder of George Floyd.
I am an advisory board member of The Prosecution Project, a data-driven project studying the patterns of prosecution of extremism, terrorism, and political violence.
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