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Being Black In America And In Data: An Update On DAA’s Anti-Racism Initiatives

I didn’t know I was black… ...until I was 11 years old. It was a dark, humid day in August 1992 when my entire family (two parents and five children, ages 3 to 13) boarded an early-morning flight from Accra, Ghana to New York City. We called ourselves Ghanaians . But it wasn’t long before we...

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The Healing Power of Determined Hope: Actions the DAA is Taking to Eradicate Racism

In the wake of the recent protests against racism, fellow DAA board member @Mary Owusu and I hosted a Town Hall for members of the analytics community in late June to discuss ways racism is present in their lives. We also wanted to have an open discussion about ways members of the analytics...

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Universal Acceptance: Making New Internet Domains Work for Everyone

By Don Hollander Secretary General Universal Acceptance Steering Group Since 2006 the Domain Name System (DNS) has expanded dramatically, not only fueling competition, choice and innovation, but truly enabling a multi-lingual Internet. There are now more than a 1,500 top-level domains ...

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Diversity & Inclusion in Digital Analytics

As one of the Philadelphia DAA chapter leaders, I have noticed the lack of diversity within the field of digital analytics. In Philadelphia, the majority of the participants at events don’t reflect the markets that we serve. I believe that two parts of the challenge are 1) a lack of...

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