Hacking Discrimination

On April 28th and 29th, cross disciplinary students,  faculty and staff as well as interested individuals from the community outside of MIT will converge to participate in a hackathon.  Our goal is to utilize this proven innovation methodology to disrupt discrimination and racism in our communities, tackling issues with both social and technical complexities. We expect meaningful dialog, learning, networking and solution development that will have far reaching impact.

April 28, 2017
4:30-6pm  Onsite Registration
6-6:30pm  Opening Talk
6:30-6:45pm  Orientation to the Weekend
6:45-7:30  Pitches
7:30pm+  Food/Mingle/Team Formation

April 29, 2017
8-8:30pm  Breakfast, Coffee
8:30-9pm  Re-Orientation
9:00  Keep calm, Hack on
1pm  Lunch
5:30-6:30 Presentation
6:30-7:00  Judging + Food
7-7:30  Wrap-up/Prizes

Visit the Hacking Discrimination event website for up-to-date information through the weekend.

Date & Location

Date: 4/28/2017 to 4/29/2017
Location: R&D Common (32-G401)
The R&D Common is located on the 4th floor of the Stata Center or Building 32. Click here for map and directions.

Contact Information

Primary Contact

Elaine Harris
ejharris@alum.mit.edu

Secondary Contact

Leo Anthony Celi
lceli@mit.edu