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March 13, 2011 - Data can sometimes be misused and when misused causes harm. Barboza's goal is to change the philiosophical ways that we think and view. She strives for people to look outside the traditional boundaries that society has set for us. In her talk, she discusses how data is distorted to relay across what messages we want providing statistical and historic data for illustration.
A keynote panel by: * Gia Barboza - Assistant Professor, African American Studies, Northeastern University * Sharon Reilly - Executive Director, The Women's Lunch Place, Boston * Karen Tei Yamashita - Professor, Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz Panelists: Andi Sutton, Lai Ying Yu

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