We're Watching

Public Access Design

We're Watching

Stand Up to Clean Up!

Public Access Design

Stand Up to Clean Up!

Predatory Equity

Making Policy Public

Predatory Equity

Innocent Until Proven Risky

Making Policy Public

Innocent Until Proven Risky

What's Going On In The Neighborhood?

Envisioning Development

What's Going On In The Neighborhood?

Parents' Rights During COVID-19

Technical Assistance

Parents' Rights During COVID-19

Introducing DataFace!

Introducing DataFace!

What is facial recognition technology? How its use by the police impact New Yorkers? What’s the line between public safety and privacy?

To investigate these questions, students from the Bronx School for Law, Government & Justice collaborated with CUP and Teaching Artist Hugo Rojas. Students interviewed key stakeholders working on the issue, surveyed members of their community, and created art to challenge and redesign the possibilities of facial recognition technology. The group teamed up with Designer Stephanie Winarto to create DataFace! an interactive website that explores the effects of facial recognition technology on New Yorkers, now and in the future.

Check out the website here!
And learn more about the project here!

Innocent Until Proven Risky

Making Policy Public

Innocent Until Proven Risky

Weathering the Storm

Technical Assistance

Weathering the Storm

Innocent Until Proven Risky

Making Policy Public

Innocent Until Proven Risky

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Public Access Design

Bottled Up

City Studies

Bottled Up

Yours to Keep

Making Policy Public

Yours to Keep

Welcome to Health Care!

Making Policy Public

Welcome to Health Care!

Mean Streets

City Studies

Mean Streets