Listen to Feminism's forgotten women, racial AI biases and Aboriginal art lifelines51:5012 August 2020

Author of Hood Feminism, Mikki Kendal talks to Areej about the upcoming conversation she will have with Santilla Chingaipe on Saturday, August 15th at the 2020 Melbourne Writers’ Festival. Hood Feminism is an astute, powerful and sharp series of essays detailing the forgotten women of feminism.

Areej is also joined by Shalini Kantayya, the director of Coded Bias. A short film about systemic and racial biases built into AI and algorithmic software. The short film is streaming online as part of MIFF’s 2020 programming.

Lastly, Indigenous Art Code Chair, Stephanie Parkin discusses with Areej the launch of Our Art is Our Lifeline, a national campaign to encourage the purchase of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art to support their communities.

Event Tickets - Mikki Kendall Hood Feminism | MWF 2020

Hood Feminism | Penguin Random House

Coded Bias | MIFF 2020

Indigenous Art Code

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