The Road to Equal Justice: Denver
The Road to Equal Justice - Denver
January 22, 29, and February 5, 2021
The Road to Equal Justice in Denver took place virtually over 3 weeks in January and February 2021 with 56 participants from 32 Colorado-based organizations learning about media, data, and technology tools and strategies to advance social justice.
Top issues: Economic justice, fair housing, and criminal justice reform
Top technology needs: Survey/Data Collection, Data Visualization, and Media Strategies
Notable participants: Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Nikki Wheeler from Amazon, and Christine Schmiedl from The North Face.
Mayor Hancock Welcomes Participants
Dr. Tracie Kessee - Center for Policing Equity (Data-Driven Policing)
Ruby Zhang - The Opportunity Atlas (Economic Data for Denver)
Melvin Cedeno - SmartLogic (Apps for Messaging and Organizing)
Nicole Schmiedl - (formerly The North Face) - Social Media Strategies
Behar Xharra - Keshif - Data Analysis and Visualization Tools
Trey Hanbury - Hogan Lovells - Data Security and Protecting Yourself Online
Jason Van Anden - Quadrant 2 - Social Justice Mobile Apps
Nikki Wheeler - Amazon - Media Strategies