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IDH Victories: 2018-2022
Placing Students in the Local, National, and International Conversation on Digital Ethics

IDH Media Appearances
Television
Print Media
Podcasts

IDH Education Division
Conferences
Education Partners

IDH Media Appearances

Television:
 

Print Media Coverage:

Podcasts:
 

  • “Critical Race Theory?”  Interview.  With Aaron McKain and Julius Hernandez.  Our Black News.  Minneapolis, MN: June 2021.  Podcast.
     

  • “What is Digital Ethics.”  Interview.  With Julius Hernandez and Annelane Sallee.  Our Black News.  Minneapolis, MN:  May 2021.  Podcast.
     

  • “What the Floyd Verdict Means for Minneapolis.” Interview.  Our Black News.  Minneapolis, MN: April 2021.  Podcast.
     

Television
Print Media
Podcasts

IDH Education Division

Conferences:
National recognition for IDH efforts in digital ethics education.

 

Educational Partners:
 

  • Anti-Defamation League:

    • Creators of their national pilot (for high school civics classes) on the legal, ethical, and civic dimensions of algorithmic discrimination.  Co-launched via Bytes Media.
       

  • Netflix's Coded Bias:

    • partnered to create free lesson plans for the Coded Bias documentary
       

  • Civic Nebraska:

    • Partnered to create after school programming on disinformation and post-fact journalism.
       

  • Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business: 

    • Development of undergraduate and graduate digital ethics, law, and compliance courses.
       

  • Little Earth Native Community: 

    • Community education on cyberbullying, cybersecurity, and privacy. (Funded by Minnesota Department of Health and Human Services)
       

  • Minnesota Research Justice Center and Minnesota Legal Rights Center:

    • Partnered to create CLE materials on algorithmic civil and criminal justice for MN attorneys

Conferences
Education Partners

IDH Research Division

Student Publications (Peer-Reviewed and Public)
 

Student Academic Conferences
 

  • “Redefining Digital Literacy: Algorithms and You.”  With Thomas Freeman, Elizabeth Otto, Ayin Monge, and Moises Morales.  SXSW EDU.  Austin, TX.  March 2022
     

  • “Algorithmic Bias: How Cross Functional Networks Can Fight Digitized Discrimination.” With Dr. Aaron McKain, Thomas Freeman, Elizabeth Otto, Ayin Monge, and Julius Hernandez. Heider Business Symposium. Creighton University.  Omaha, NE.  October 2021. 
     

  • “Post-Digital Free Speech.”  Curated Cross-Cultural Zine Exchange.  With Allison Baker and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy.  Hennepin County Library.  (Permanent Collection).  September 2019.
     

  • “Racist Robots: A Visual Primer on Understanding Algorithmic Bias.”  Ayin Monge, Moses Ramos, and Tom Freeman. Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference.  Chicago, IL.  March 2020.  (COVID cancellation.)

Faculty and Affiliate Publications (Forthcoming in 2021-2022)
 

Faculty and Affiliate Publications
 

  • "The Roberts Court and Compulsory Collective Bargaining: Reading the Tea Leaves After Janus and Masterpiece."  With Thomas Freeman.   Georgetown Journal of Law and  Public Policy.  Forthcoming. 

  • “The Future of Collective Bargaining: Rhetorically Predicting a First Amendment Right to Negotiation.”  With Thomas Freeman and Destynie Sewell.   2020 Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business. 

  • “Free Speech in Post-Digital America.”  Editor.  With The Institute for Digital Humanity and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy.  Hennepin County Library.  September 2019.

Faculty and Affiliate Conferences
 

  • “Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Reframe Health Data Sanctity.” Transatlantic Dialogue on Humanity and AI Regulation.  Paris, France.  May 2022.

  • “Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Forgive, Forget, and Re-Program Digital Dignity.”  With Thomas Freeman.  Big Data and AI Ethics Research Colloquium.  University Park, PA.  April 2022. 

  • “Algorithmic Unreliability: Narrative Theory, Digital Ethics, and The Constitutionality of Employment AI.”  With Thomas Freeman and Marci Exted.  Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business.  Chicago, IL.  March 2022.

  • “Algorithmic Bias: How Cross Functional Networks Can Fight Digitized Discrimination.” With Dr. Aaron Mckain, Thomas Freeman, Elizabeth Otto, Ayin Monge, and Julius Hernandez. Heider Business Symposium. Creighton University. Omaha, NE.  October 2021. 

  • “Privacy 3.0: Forgiveness and Student Data After Mahoney.”  With Dr. Aaron McKain, Thomas Freeman, and Simon Trautmann. International Vincentian Business Ethics  Conference at DuPaul University.  Chicago, IL.  October 2021. Online.

  • “Technology Inclusivity in Online Dispute Resolution.” With Angie Raymond and Isak Nit Asare.  American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Technology Expo.  Online.  July 2021.

  • “Let Them All Eat Cake (Again): Rhetorically Mapping Religious Freedom, LGBTQIA Discrimination, and the First Amendment After Janus and Masterpiece.” With Thomas Freeman.  Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference.  Chicago, IL.  April 2021. 

  • “The Art of EMF Science: Aesthetics, Ethics, and Post-Digital Health Advocacy.” With Stephen Pedersen and Allison Baker.  Rhetoric of Health And Medicine Conference.  October 2020.

  • “What Would Jesus Program?” Rhetoric Society of America.  Portland, OR.  May 2020.

  • “A Taxonomy of Algorithmic Unreliable: Constitutional Implications.” Law and Ethics of Big Data Conference.  (Virtual.) May 2020.

  • “Make Them Bake Cake?  In the Wake of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Which Religious Activities Are Protected Expression Under the First Amendment and Protected from Discrimination Laws?” With Tom Freeman and Daniel Schneider.  Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference.  Chicago, IL.  March 2020.

  • “The Right to Speak, Bake, or Film…or Not…Which Activities are Protected Expression Under the First Amendment?” With Thomas Freeman.  Huber Hurst Research Seminar in Business Law and Ethics.  Gainsville, FL.  January 2020.

  • “Rhetoric Versus the Robots: Mapping the Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Algorithmic Discrimination.”   Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.  Bloomington, IN. November 2019.

Student Publications
Student Academic Conferences
Faculty Publications
Faculty Conferences

IDH Civic Engagement Division

Legislative Campaigns and Victories

Community Education and Art Advocacy Events
 

  • “All Bullets Shatter: PTSD and Gun Violence.”

    • With the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy; Minnesota Second Chance Coalition; Guns Down, Love, Up; Protect Minnesota; North Suburban Center for the Arts; Urban Educators; Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives; Ohio State University; Georgia State University; Portland State University; and University of Pittsburg’s Prison Writing Project.

  • IDH/Northerner/Our Black News/News On Purpose Journalism & Disinformation Initiative

    • Working with the Northerner, the IDH has been offered (and accepted) a “takeover” of News On Purpose – an independent, African-American owned journalism source in the Twin Cities – until Spring 2022.  The IDH is currently pursuing partnerships with secondary educators in North Minneapolis to pilot a city-wide journalism initiative focused on students of color.
       

  • Digital Rights Are Civil Rights: Race and Technology.”  With the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy, ACLU MN, and Native Youth Arts Collective.  February 2021.
     

  • Contaminated.  Internationally Curated Art Exhibition.  With the Institute for Digital Humanity and Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy.  May 2020.​

  • IDH + Little Earth

    • Back in 2019, the IDH and one of its first partners, the Little Earth Housing Complex, held a community education event to safeguard the rights of Little Earth residents and begin our fight against post-digital tyranny​

Legislative Victories
Community Education
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