Crafting an Intersectional Gaze on Cities, and Three Other Reasons Why Urban Planning Needs Data Feminism

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Data Feminism, as conceptualized by D’Ignazio & Klein (2020), introduces intersectional feminism in data science and invites us to examine power relations and dynamics of oppression that are built into data infrastructures that underpin society today.

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