Who We Are

Who We Are

We are a five-person team concerned about the ways our communities’ digital information is collected, stored, and shared by government and corporations.

Our Team

Tamika Lewis: An organizer and artist whose primary focus is advancing Queer People of Color and marginalized communities.
Tawana Petty: A mother, anti-racist social justice organizer, author, and poet, born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.
Mariella Saba: practices popular education, cultural work, and healing arts, to collectively, creatively, and healthily uproot the genocidal set-ups of our global dis-ease.
Virginia Eubanks: A writer, teacher and welfare rights organizer from Troy, NY.
Seeta Peña Gangadharan: A mother, activist researcher, and social justice optimist born in New Jersey and working in London.

Our Organizations

Center for Community Transitions, Inc. (Charlotte): CCT is primarily focused on helping individuals with criminal records and their families navigate paths towards healthy and productive lives.

Detroit Community Technology Project: A sponsored project of Allied Media Projects, DCTP uses and develops technology rooted in community needs to strengthen human connections to each other and the planet.

Stop LAPD Spying Coalition: A sponsored project of the Los Angeles Community Action Network, SLSC is dedicated to dismantling government-sanctioned spying and intelligence gathering, in all its forms.

New America (fiscal sponsor): NA is a think tank committed to renewing American politics, prosperity, and purpose in the Digital Age.

London School of Economics and Political Science: LSE is a social science university based in the United Kingdom.

Who Funds This Work

This work is made possible in part by a grant from Digital Trust Foundation. The Digital Trust Foundation was set up by Facebook after losing a class action lawsuit. DTF funds projects that promote online privacy, safety, and security.