AboutFaithe J. Day has a PhD in Communication Studies from the University of Michigan and a BA in English and Digital Humanities. As a researcher, writer, and digital creative Dr. Day develops curriculum, data collection, and curation projects in collaboration with other scholars to identify critical frameworks and best practices to ensure an ethical and justice-centered approach to working with information and data, through a focus on Black and LGBTQIA+ Data and Discourse.
Dr. Day is also the creator of the “Black Living Data Booklet” a manual and a manifesto on the ethical engagement of data on and for Black communities. Through artwork and digital humanities projects, Dr. Day brings greater awareness to issues of data privacy, ethics, and ownership in developing personal and community based archives.