Black Software : : the Internet and Racial Justice, From the Afronet to Black Lives Matter
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|Downtown 2nd Floor||Black Studies 302.23 McI||Downtown Library||Due 12-29-2021|
"Black Software, for the first time, chronicles the long relationship between African Americans, computing technology, and the Internet. Through new archival sources and the voices of many of those who lived and made this history, this book centralizes African Americans' role in the Internet's creation and evolution, illuminating both the limits and possibilities for using digital technology to push for racial justice in the United States and across the globe"-- Provided by publisher.
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New York, NY : Oxford University Press 2020.
Year Published: 2020
Description: 296 p.
African Americans -- Communication.
African Americans and mass media.
African Americans -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Internet -- Political aspects -- United States.
Social justice -- United States.
Racism -- United States.