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Wednesday, April 3 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Strategies for Teaching Online Safety and Privacy

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Digital self-defense has become essential to digital literacy. Panelists share their strategies for teaching it.



Amina Fazlullah

Digital Equity Counsel, Common Sense Media

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Sonya Reynolds

Senior Data & Technology Strategist, The Movement Cooperative
Sonya Reynolds has a decade’s experience in social justice and progressive data. She oversaw data and innovation at the NY Civic Engagement Table for 6 cycles, while tackling projects for the AFL-CIO, Movement for Black Lives, PDI, Family Equality Council and Latino Justice. She... Read More →
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Sara Rasmussen

Digital Inclusion Manager, Free Geek
At Free Geek, I manage community technology education, technology grants for nonprofits, a laptops for youth program, and partnerships. We provide a wide range of digital literacy offerings, from hardware & DIY, to privacy & safety, to programming, to computer basics. We serve 2,000... Read More →
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Amy VanDeVelde

Technology Education Director, Oasis
Connect with me if you care about accessibility, digital equity, media literacy, privacy or trivia! I manage the Oasis Connections tech literacy program and am keenly interested in tech that enhances relationships by decreasing social isolation.
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Davis Erin Anderson

Program Manager, METRO Library Council
As Program Manager, Davis’s work focuses on understanding the impact of technology on culture at large, translating these challenges into real solutions for library staff. She is project manager for NYC Digital Safety, an NYC-funded program that informs libraries of evergreen topics... Read More →