In her article “Digital Humanities for Social Good” on the data mapping project Torn Apart/Separados, McKenzie quotes Jacqueline Wernimont on the commitments of some DH research: “there has always been a social justice element within digital humanities. Some of the oldest and most well-known projects like The Orlando Project and the Women Writers Project have always been engaged . . . . They are more historically oriented but also addressing a need.”
Lindsay McKenzie, “Digital Humanities for Social Good”, Inside Higher Ed 9 July 2018.