Race and the Internet

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Netizenship: Engaging with Race and Diversity Online Session Organizers: Charles Hamilton Houston Institute, Rachel Lyon, Charles Ogletree, Charles Nesson

Questions around identity, particularly race, resonate powerfully in the public civic space, both on and offline, from political campaigns to debates over terrorism and immigration. How are these questions uniquely expressed and engaged with in the online space? How are differences accounted for? Are they? What are the implications for citizenship and netizenship?