Safiya Noble

Internet Studies and Digital Media Scholar, UCLA

Internet Studies and Digital Media Scholar at UCLA

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Safiya Noble plans to use the $625,000 in award money to create the nonprofit Equity Engine, which she hopes will provide Black women with the time, space, and resources needed to do…

UCLA’s newest MacArthur Genius says search engines reinforce oppressive stereotypes

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