The Center on Digital Culture and Society hosted its Digital Launch Symposium on April 3, 2020. Titled “Social Justice and the Remaking of Technological Cultures,” this international symposium fostered conversations about new ways of thinking about digital technology and society and featured the high-impact research of distinguished scholars from multiple academic disciplines. Following opening remarks from Annenberg School Dean John Jackson, Jr., and CDCDS Director Guobin Yang, the symposium featured panel sessions on digital activism, technology, race, and gender, algorithms and quantification, and digital labor. The symposium ended with a keynote speech by Craig Calhoun, University Professor of Social Sciences at Arizona State University, focused on the question, “Are Digital Futures Choice or Fate?” You can view video recordings of the opening remarks and of the keynote speech below.