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Data for Black Lives

Cambridge, Massachusetts
https://d4bl.org/

Data for Black Lives was awarded $900,000 between 2019 and 2021, including 2 grants in Equitable Recovery and Technology in the Public Interest.

$500,000

2021 • 1 year • Equitable Recovery

Data for Black Lives is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of using data and technology to make concrete change in the lives of Black people. Through advocacy, movement-building, and leadership development, it is working to support a network of grassroots racial justice organizations to challenge discriminatory uses of data and algorithms across systems. With a national network of thousands of scientists and activists, it is working to build a future in which data and technology are forces for good, rather than instruments of oppression, in Black communities. The award provides general operating support to the organization.

$400,000

2019 • 2 years • Technology in the Public Interest

Data for Black Lives is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of using data and technology to make concrete change in the lives of Black people. Through advocacy, movement-building, and leadership development, it is working to support a network of grassroots racial justice organizations to challenge discriminatory uses of data and algorithms across systems. With a national network of thousands of scientists and activists, it is working to build a future in which data and technology are forces for good, rather than instruments of oppression, in Black communities. The award provides general operating support to the organization.  

d4bl.org/
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