Definition of Data Feminism

“A way of thinking about data, both their uses and their limits, that is informed by direct experience, by a commitment to action, and by intersectional feminist thought”

7 Principles of Data Feminism

Examine Power

Challenge Power

Elevate Emotion and Embodiment

Rethink Binaries and Hierarchies

Embrace Pluralism

Consider Context

Make Labor Visible

Our Mission Statement

Insert Mission Statement here

Why does this matter?

“There is clearly interest, but not everybody is going to get to be part of the conversation in that way. So how can we highlight the things that people are already doing, the work that’s already happening that helps us reimagine data science, data justice, all sorts of equity things around data…” Learn More