Race and the Digital: Racial Formation and 21st Century TechnologiesMain Menu"From Tweets to Streets?" A Research Project with Digital Supplement"The Digital Divide" Research ProjectsRace and the Digital BlogIntersectionality and TaggingCourse SyllabusSyllabus for Race and the Digital at UCLAStatement of Values: Digital Ethnic StudiesContributors' PortfoliosAbout "Race and the Digital"Genevieve Carpiocbaef6f4fe1847cc774ee8ef5c2d6efb0a58fda3Kid Cometb62a4423d252f961609f416b7188ffbc7d84a7d3Yesenia Melgoza-Fernandeza6a8d8933b14c7be3a522d5102f92c9dfe52e9b2Michie Ortiz25daabac1577ec1d12a68b2c0b0a15c4dba1374bEduardo D. Garcia6e60d0784abf2b990f3510cceb60101259a8bdd3Alan Evangelistaf3e41e7c002a037bb13d71a1e837eb5bf5bef12fAna Victoria H.37ae5307effd9bccccea4f0fe7958d15cee30e07Arturo Sotelo38025c1bb15e36f2beff44b22df47fac513c339faade8e08161ecdfbe4206b74479dee1c1d007a58c4Ashley Martinez-Munoza5a71a08c4c1c5dc7904ffcbc148c4f2edb1e723Ebony Paramodca8ce0b7a38097adb1b511e4c75690f833171f0
12016-03-18T13:52:38-07:00Race and the Digital Blog28plain2536752016-06-02T15:05:59-07:00 This website investigates the importance of spaces of new media and for the study of race and ethnicity in the United States. Through blogging, we underscore this connection and highlight the ways racial formation is embedded in 21st century technologies. The "Race and the Digital Blog" examines the intersection of scholarship, storytelling, and digital media. Each week, UCLA students examine course readings in conversation with a contemporary issue.
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12016-04-07T10:56:53-07:00Ebony Paramo8plain2016-04-21T13:41:46-07:00 Ebony Paramo is a second-year Xicana UCLA student. She majors in Chicana/o Studies with a minor in Disability Studies. Born and raised in South Central, she is aware of the need to yet create a post-racial society. Ebony takes a Digital Humanities Seminar as a first step to tackle marginalization in the twenty-first century.