THE RESPONSIVE CITY INITIATIVE: A PANEL DISCUSSION WITH SUSAN CRAWFORD | Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Brown Institute for Media Innovation, Columbia University | April 28, 2015 | Join incoming HLS Clinical Professor and Berkman Center Faculty Director Susan Crawford for a panel discussion that will address the topic of how a university center might advance policy making and planning for fiber optic networks that would improve local governance and support civic journalism. Susan will be joined by a panel that includes Lev Gonick (Chief Executive, OneCommunity); Brett Goldstein (Fellow in Urban Science, University of Chicago and Board Member of Code for America); Elin Katz (Consumer Council, State of Connecticut), Jim Baller (President, Baller Herbst Law Group, Co-Founder and President at Coalition for Local Internet Choice); and Oliver Wise (Director, Office of Performance and Accountability, City of New Orleans). RSVP via Eventbrite.
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