Lecture / Reading

Oppressive Tech: how silicon valley helps police & ICE

Sponsored by Cosponsored by: Mijente, SLAP, NAACP, CS + Social Good, El Centro, Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Stanford Students for Queer Resistance and Trans Liberation, Student Immigration Empowerment Project at Stanford

When

Thursday, May 9, 2019
5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
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Where

Cubberley Auditorium

This event is open to:
Everyone

Admission
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Event Details:

Palantir, Amazon, Microsoft, Salesforce, and other tech companies have contracts with federal immigration agencies or law enforcement. Activists have protested the militarization of Silicon Valley by organizing against unethical tech—tech workers at Palantir and Microsoft asked execs to drop contracts with ICE, cities like Berkeley are cutting ties to companies that provide deportation software, and more.

With Mijente, a national Latinx organization, and its #NoTechforICE campaign, SLAP (Students for the Liberation of All People) and NAACP have convened a panel to discuss current activism and delve into links between Silicon Valley and law enforcement agencies.

Featuring:

Jacinta Gonzalez | Mijente

Stephanie Parker | Tech Workers Coalition

Steven Renderos | Center for Media Justice

Admission Info

Free and Open to the Public.