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Keep Me Posted

Technology has the power to foster connection, community, learning and promote equity and justice. But it can easily be used as a tool for surveillance, division, discrimination and to amplify inequality.

Welcome to Keep Me Posted – a podcast about the intersection of race, rights, democracy and justice in the digital age.

On each episode of Keep Me Posted, host Jen Carnig, Chief Advocacy Officer at Spitfire Strategies, has a short conversation with leading experts and advocates in law, civil rights and technology.

Feb 16, 2021

Keep Me Posted is a podcast about the intersection of race, rights, democracy and justice in the digital age.

The aftermath of the violence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 has driven calls from policymakers and in the press for expanding the use of surveillance and facial recognition technologies, which has civil rights...


Feb 9, 2021

Keep Me Posted is a podcast about the intersection of race, rights, democracy and justice in the digital age.

The stories shared through media and technology platforms hold power in shaping our culture and understanding about people and communities who are often underrepresented. At a time when misinformation and what...


Feb 2, 2021

Keep Me Posted is a podcast about the intersection of race, rights, democracy and justice in the digital age.

As we usher in a new presidential administration, how can we continue working to hold technology and media accountable for aiding the spread of false information and hate speech plaguing our society? How does...


Sep 22, 2020

Keep Me Posted is a podcast about the intersection of race, rights, democracy and justice in the digital age.

In the midst of COVID-19 and uprisings calling for the end of police violence across the U.S. and around the world, lawmakers and leaders are turning to technology for a cheap and decisive solution. But what...


Sep 22, 2020

Keep Me Posted is a podcast about the intersection of race, rights, democracy and justice in the digital age.

In the wake of the police murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Elijah McClain and so many other Black people, our society faces a reckoning - 400 years overdue - about anti-Black violence and...