With Clyde Ford
Note: Recording to be posted as soon as possible.
Does a country’s response to a pandemic allow for the suspension of civil and human rights, and the abandonment of social justice?
This presentation by Clyde W. Ford will address the social inequities laid bare by the response of federal and local governments to the coronavirus pandemic and the larger role technology plays in supporting or abandoning social justice in these unprecedented times.
Among his many achievements, Clyde has been a chiropractor, a psychotherapist, software engineer, a sought after speaker and an award winning author of many books including the recent — Think Black, a memoir and expose of IBM during WW2.