The Frederick Douglass 200
The Frederick Douglass 200 was a project to honor the impact of 200 living individuals who best embody the work and spirit of Douglass across those areas where he had such an impact - abolitionist, politician, writer, feminist, educator, entrepreneur, and diplomat.
The FD200 was curated and compiled by the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives and the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University in Washington DC, and the Guardian was pleased to partner with them to publish this list.
Opening keynote for NeurIPS 2018, the most prominent AI conference in the world with over 10,000 attendees.
Talk: Accountability and Algorithmic Bias: Why Diversity and Inclusion Matters
Official description here.
Microsoft's Legacy Project Museum | Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Edition.
Featured alongside Dolores Huerta, Sylvia Mendez, Jacqueline Ruiz, Pitbull, Gina Torres, and United States Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona.
"The Legacy Project Virtual Museum is an interactive online gallery that was created to celebrate culture, diversity, and inclusion, and honor incredible changemakers from the 20th and 21st centuries who are helping to make the world a better place for everyone."
Virtual tour here.
Teamwork & Collaboration
Diversity & Inclusion