Facial Recognition Tech and Racist Policing in Brooklyn NYC
Publication/Creation DateJanuary 25 2021
Description"In New York City, activist and Black Lives Matter protester, Dwreck Ingram, was seemingly subject to a facial recognition search by the NYPD. While housing activists Tranae Moran and Fabian Rogers from the Atlantic Towers complex in Brownsville, Brooklyn, were threatened with eviction in the face of their resistance to having facial recognition installed in their apartment."
Part of Amnesty International's Ban the Scan campaign.
, Racial Justice
, Black People
, Human Rights
Date archivedFebruary 4 2021
Last editedJuly 5 2021
How to cite this entry
Amnesty International, Tranae Moran, Fabian Rogers, Derrick “Dwreck” Ingram. (January 25 2021). "Facial Recognition Tech and Racist Policing in Brooklyn NYC". Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/5078