BISG data is a promising method when evaluating the VRA liability of jurisdictions for which it is difficult to gather the appropriate data using traditional methods.
The speech interest of noncitizen activists is not only at the core of the First Amendment, it is essential in the face of a democratic process that otherwise excludes them.
It is hard for us to see that algorithms should never drive decisions about how policing is done or who is subject to it because, when it comes to policing, we already see ourselves as data.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Better Together: Toward Ending State Removal of Substance-Exposed Newborns from Their Parents
- The Constitutional Path to Domestic Worker Organizing and Collective Bargaining Rights Under New York State Private Sector Labor
- New York Tough: 18 Months of Crisis Lawyering to Fight Covid-19 in New York’s Prisons
- New York’s Unconstitutional Treatment of Unwed Fathers of Children in Foster Care