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Civic Hacknight Wednesday!

From: Chris W.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 25, 2014 11:08 AM
Greetings civic hackers!  

Our weekly civic hacknight is tomorrow.  Bring your projects, bring your ideas, just bring your civic-minded self.  We start with a few lightning talks where people share what they're working on/hacking/FOILing/building/disrupting, then begin general hacking, networking, and mingling.  

YOU. LURKER. YES, YOU.  IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO COME TO AN EVENT!  We look forward to meeting you.  

Lightning talks from members of our community (we still need one more, if you're interested contact me directly):

Sonya Reynolds, the data manager for the New York State Civic Engagement Table, is going to show her work on demographic projections across NYS and their impact on political party registration

Tamir Novotny of Living Cities would talk about how civic hackers, communities and police might collaborate to make the most of predictive policing data.

-Chris Whong

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