sam rabiyah

sam rabiyah

Sam is a journalist and multidisciplinary technologist based in NYC. He works at the intersection of investigative reporting, counter-mapping, data visualization, and oral history to make information more actionable to movement-based organizers and the public.

He's currently a senior researcher & technical lead at SITU and a democracy machine fellow at Eyebeam.



Collaboration & Care in Mapping Displacement & Resistance

Co-Presenter at Housing Justice/Housing Futures Conference, Barnard College, February 2023


Using Data to Support Community Struggles

Panelist for NYC Open Data Week, March 2021


Shifting Power Through Counter-Narratives and Data Justice

Co-Presenter at KADIST: Ways of Reading Symposium, sponsored by e-flux, February 2020


Radical Mapping with the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

Lecturer at WYFY School, hosted by BUFU Collective, July 2019

Busting the Myth of the "Mom and Pop" Landlord

Panelist for the Chicago Housing Justice League, February 2022