The latest installment of MozFest Dialogues & Debates series will explore how LGBTQ identity intersects with online life — especially over the past year
This Pride Month, Mozilla is convening prominent LGBTQ activists, researchers, and technologists for our monthly Dialogues & Debates speaker series. We’ll discuss how the internet has intersected with their careers and community — especially during the last year, in which the pandemic forced so much of life online.
This panel is slated for Tuesday, June 22 at 12pm ET, and titled “Pride, the Internet, and the Pandemic.”
Audience members are able to submit their questions ahead of time by tweeting @mozilla with the hashtag #DialoguesAndDebates.
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Our 40-minute panel will feature:
MozFest Dialogues & Debates is Mozilla’s speaker series that usually occurs in-person each year. We’re expanding the series into virtual terrain, to bring internet users the information they need to understand and advocate for a healthy and humane digital world. Watch past MozFest Dialogues & Debates here.