Lam Thuy Vo

Lam Thuy Vo is a reporter who digs into data to examine how systems and policies affect individuals. She's explored how excessive 'quality-of-life' complaints led to the over-policing of minorities, how badly constructed algorithms helped spread hate-speech and warp our understanding of politics, and how changes in immigration enforcement drove immigrants into the arms of fraudulent lawyers. Previously, she's led teams and/or reported for BuzzFeed News, The Wall Street Journal, Al Jazeera America and NPR's Planet Money and told economic and political stories across the U.S. and throughout Asia. She's currently a data journalist in residence at the Craig Newmark CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and will be investigating inequality and gentrification.

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