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A small drone with four sets of propellers flying against a sunset.
Issue 39 by Lauren Chief Elk-Young Bear on July 27th, 2016
What if we were able to harness technology independent of military and carceral dictation of the movement? How can we think about technologies in ways that would be helpful to women, not used as violence against us?
Black and white image of a woman in a plain dress leaning in a doorway; on the surrounding walls is the vague impression of dark woods, trees and mosses.
Issue 38 by Archana Madhavan on June 21st, 2016
When you grow up with fundamentally different cultural expectations from everyone else around you, it pervades every aspect of your life.
Teens of color working in groups on a few laptop computers.
Issue 33 by Natasha Vianna on February 22nd, 2016
If programs to get youth into tech are adding an extra layer of difficulty for young people, rather than improving their lives, why would they enter and stay?
A black woman and girl high-fiving over a large tablet in a classroom environment.
Issue 25 by Donyae Coles on August 13th, 2015
There is a gulf between children that are able to access the tools that will help them prepare for the future, and those that simply cannot.
Photo of the author standing behind a wire fence and looking out over roads, fields and hills in Pine Ridge, SD. Her back is to the camera and her red sweatshirt reads "Oglala Lakota Nation."
Issue 24 by Megan Red Shirt Shaw on July 22nd, 2015
In the wipe of rights to our ancestral homelands and the realization that a country we call home doesn’t understand our sovereignty, social media has played a huge role in igniting movements that bring awareness and positive change.
A stuffed bear in black and white, casting long eerie shadows on the wooden floor.
Issue 23 by Alana Massey on July 1st, 2015
Though adults are free to opt in and out of advertising services and control the collection and use of their personal data, children have no such power.
A ruler in the sand, with 34, 35 and 36 inch demarcations.
Issue 19 by Grace Wong on April 9th, 2015
The open-mindedness that permits very young people to succeed in tech goes out the window when it comes to the other end of the age spectrum.
The three founding members smile and look at the camera. Snacks and a Mozilla sign are in the background.
Queer by The Editor & Monica Ann Arrambide on May 19th, 2014
We interviewed Monica Ann Arrambide from Maven.
Four LPFI students sit around a square black table covered with science equipment, including a holder for vials and a glass of water. The students are all wearing white lab coats and white gloves, and looking intently at the materials.
Form by Jarvis Sulcer on February 3rd, 2014
Model View Culture talks to Dr. Jarvis Sulcer, Executive Director of the LPFI.
Mark Zuckerberg was Time's 2010 Person of the Year.
State by Kortney Ziegler on January 13th, 2014
The Zuckerberg analogy avoids the looming issue of systemic discrimination.