Net Neutrality - Part 2: New Marginalized Spaces

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In Part II of our series on net neutrality, I sit down with Prof. Leigh-Anne Goins of DePauw University. We discussed how the prospect of rolling back net neutrality regulations could have direct effects on the ability of marginalized people to participate equally in political, educational, economic, and cultural spaces. Prof. Goins teaches courses such “Women and the Internet” and “Media and Marginalized Bodies” for the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department.