Algorithmic Justice and Equity


The IDH thanks its #NeighborsNotNumbers partners and mentors:
ACLU of MN, Indiana University, the Netflix Coded Bias Team, Bytes Media,
Little Earth Native American HUD Community,
the Minnesota Department of Health, and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy.

Fall 2021 wins

  • IDH got into SWSW EDU on Algorithmic Literacy!
    Watch the trailer


  • The IDH's Coded Bias curriculum (yes, the Netflix
    movie!) launches next month.  Preview it
    (Our Indiana U. curriula are also coming!)


  • Our Plugged In community education event
    (w/ACLU MN, Safety Not Surveillance, and the
    Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy) was a banger.
    Watch the footage


  • The IDH in the Omaha World Herald talking about
    algorithmic convictions (and why they are scary
    for everyone).  Article is over



Most folks don't even understand what an algorithm is.  Let alone how algorithms are already replacing human judgment -- in inaccurate, discriminatory, and unconstitutional ways -- that are already affecting citizens of all walks of life.

Which is why the IDH has spent the last 18 months building diverse, bi-partisan coalitions
of academics, lawyers, programmers, politicians, advocates,  and educators to help communities (and companies) get on the same page when thinking and talking about algorithmic assessment, regulation, and reform. 

We call this #NeighborsNotNumbers.

Trying to learn about algorithmic

ethics? IDH TV has an easy 101.

And our specific research and

education focuses are on the

quick menu above.

June 2021:
IDH Partner’s With Netflix’s Coded Bias on High School Curriculum