Design and Technology Strategies to Advance Community-Centered Justice
As a Black woman in the United States, Antionette D. Carroll's lived experiences navigating and striving to survive the justice system qualify her [and many others] as a living expert of these issues of inequity and oppression, among others. Antionette shared her reflections on various meanings of the word "justice", challenged us all to examine who holds power at decision-making tables and identified what it may look like to amplify the power of living expertise, and outline her vision for redesigning and living in a world that has liberatory justice for communities of color.
Keynote: Antionette D. Carroll, MA, Founder, President and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab
Moderator: Liz Keith, Program Director, Pro Bono Net
Session notes: Living Justice
- Redesigners in Action webinar series from Creative Reaction Lab
Connecting Access to Advocacy: Technology Strategies to Build Community Power and Participation
This panel shared three examples of digital tools designed to help communities, organizers and advocates know and shape laws and policies that impact them. Panelists discussed how co-design technology and data can help connect individual casework and legal support with systemic advocacy, and what we are learning from these efforts to inform similar efforts in the field moving forward.
- Georges Clement, Co-Founder and Executive Director, JustFix.nyc
- Elizabeth Joynes Jordan, Deputy Legal Director, Make the Road New York
- David Rodriguez Andino, Attorney and Access to Justice Technology Coordinator, Ayuda Legal Puerto Rico
Moderator: Rodrigo Camarena, Director, Immigration Advocates Network