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Transcript: 'Research' in Our Communities' History What is Research IN-justice? 1. lack of access to (accurate) data that impact communities; 2. mis/under/non-representation in the mainstream data sources that inform policy; 3. abuse of data and 'research' to further racist agenda (e.g., inferiority, criminality & immorality of communities of color); 4. lack of community control over production, documentation, possession and use of their own data; 5. lack of political legitimacy as valid, credible producers of data and knowledge; Research as a tool for LIBERATION Communities were either INVISIBLE, or visible through racist lens... We needed evidence and hard facts about OURSELVES, to back up OUR stories. 6 Stages of Research Domestic Workers are experts and can re-shape how they are seen in society Research is is Credibility Domestic Workers Case Study base building leadership development data collection Founded in 1977 Information for Movements Activist Library Publication Center Experiential (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Stage 5: Craft Message doodles Who is an Expert? Someone widely recognized as a reliable source, possessing knowledge in a particular area to rapidly and effectively solve problems, whose faculty for judging or deciding rightly, justly, or wisely is accorded with authority and status by their peers or public in a specific domain. mainstream Trans, Two-Spirit, Intersex Mapping Project Cultural and Spiritual 1.access to information (not just misinformation but what they truly seek and deserve) that impact their lives 2.the ability to define what is “knowledge,” and what is “information” as well as what the methods are to produce them. 3.Capacity to produce its OWN knowledge 4.Capacity to use all forms of its knowledge 5.Control over all stages of the “knowledge lifecycle” that involves the knowledge of communities, or impact them…on equal footing with all other institutions in society. notes Budapest San Francisco partnering with the academy, philanthropy, legal advocates, etc. Research Justice Notes DataCenter History Stockholm Stage 1: Identify Your Goal & Audience/Target (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Fruitvale Injunction Zone Survey (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Double click to crop it if necessary What happens when you are invisible? When you are not at the table, you are on the table if you don't tell your story, someone else will tell it for you. Realities we face: Science is the currency in policy arena. communities have unique knowledge needed to address issues impacting them. Stage 2: Create & Prioritize Research Questions Stage 3: Asses Capacity,Timeline & Resources Identify Sources, Methods & Tools outlook All knowledge is inherently equally valuable photo frame Flower Petals of Knowledge Place your own picture behind this frame! (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr details Stage 6: Package Ammo & Deploy! Important Details

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Transcript: Institut Pasteur Yes to DBS, but why arsenic? It’s gettin’ real lab-ish. We need a lab and protocol. Location: PIVOT, Boston, United States Event: LOI Review Location: Stanford, United States Event: Prep work needs primers Us: Any chance you’d buy us some primers? Purvesh: You bet! Where we gonna get all them cases? Location: Ifanadiana, Madagascar Event: Brainstorm with PIVOT Them: How about TB? Us: Sure! IP-10! Cassidy Claire Tim Arsenic! Location: Baltimore, United States Event: Matt loves hats Stanford’s got something that might work! Location: Los Angeles, United States Event: How to fail better Us: Any chance you’d give us a break on analyzing some samples? Steve: I gotchu! Are you a lab scientist? No, are you? No. Why DBS and 3-gene are made for each other Location: Los Angeles, United States Event: Protocol stuff Us: We need a lab and a protocol. Steve (Green): We gotchu! Location: Ifanadiana, Madagascar Event: Finding TB Zahra Ken Paul Location: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, United States Event: Chamber lunch Outcome: Score! Talk to Tech! Location: Antananarivo, Madagascar Event: Cases please Steve Venous not DBS, and what about RNA? Thom Location: Stanford, USA Event: Brainstorm Chris Location: Chicago, United States Event: Dealing with DBS and RNA Niaina David Morten Northwestern’s done it! Kathy . Bill Purvesh Talk to UCLA! The lab ain’t a rainforest Location: Baltimore, United States Event: Jeff & Cass brainstorm a project with DBS Jeff Tom Fail better! Ellen Location: Baltimore, United States Event: Figuring it out Location: Baltimore, United States Event: Prep work needs more stuff Us: Any chance you’d buy us some lab supplies? Also, can I use our kits? David: Stop asking me for money all the time, Jeff. j/k Location: Blacksburg, United States Event: Lab scientist wanted Us: Anybody interested in lemurs? Them: Heck yes! Can’t spot from finger :( What’s the point? Our approach to problem solving Why so willing? (The importance of the ground game) Location: National Aquarium, United States Event: Field simulation Outcome: Score! Lotta people on this bus. We don’t know anything about TB! DBS for what? What is DBS? Why is it useful in Madagascar? Why might it fail in the field? Can DBS and 3-gene work well together? How’d this all come together? Talk to Lara! APL and an aquarium? Location: Statens Serum Institut, Denmark Event: Brainstorm with Morten Us: Hey Morten, can we use IP-10? Him: NOPE!

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