Who Controls the Story? Alt-Facts, Social Action & Archiving in the Digital Age

Rutgers Law School, Camden
4:30pm – 6:30pm

Political and legal activism is increasingly carried out on social media and the internet, yet digital data can easily be lost or erased. This panel addresses the challenges of preserving and
documenting the unfolding history.

Barbara Ortiz Howard (Women On 20s)
Diane Trasatti (Moms Demand Action)
Lloyd Henderson (NAACP, Camden East Chapter)
John Joergensen (Director, Rutgers Law Library)
Moderated by Prof. Linda Wharton, ’81 (Stockton University)

Sponsored by: Rutgers University Law Review,
Women’s Law Caucus, Association for Public Interest Lawyering,
RUC History Department, RUC Women’s Studies,
Rutgers Digital Studies Center, NJ Women Lawyers Association
Please register by March 26th at:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/who-controls-the-story-alt-facts-social-action-archiving-in-the-digital-age-tickets-32377926249

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