We are a collective of mathematicians, technologists, dancers and designers who believe that data, used with care, can move us towards a world that is autonomous, just and joyful.
We create data analyses and digital tools that are infused with queerness and decoloniality.
We research how data is and can be used. For two years, we've been adding the best of what we've found to our archive.
We want to see activists, instead of fearing technology, use it as a tool shape the world. To do this, we regularly run workshops and create videos for social media.
We're making data analyses, digital tools and writing books.
Here's a random selection:
See all our projects here!
The Radical Data Archive
We research ways data is being used around the world.
The projects most recently added to the archive are:
A 20th century guidebook for safe and welcoming places for Black travellers during the era of racial segregation in the United States.
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See all the projects in the archive here!