Harmful Speech Online: At the Intersection of Algorithms and Human Behavior

Last week, I attended a workshop at Harvard entitled “Harmful Speech Online: At the Intersection of Algorithms and Human Behavior.” Sponsored and organized by the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, and Shorenstein Center for Media, Politics and Public Policy, its goal was to “broadly…

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How It Feels to Be Female Me: A Student Perspective on Stereotypes – The Intersection: Culture and Race in Schools – Education Week Teacher

Guest post by Helena Huffman I am a Female. I was born with 2 X chromosomes. I am 110 pounds of pure ambition and 5 pounds of sugar, spice and everything nice. I no longer allow society and their standards to control my appearance in exchange for killing my drive…

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