Whose Knowledge? – Re-imagining the internet to be for and from us all
introducing this resource that documents marginalized voices knowledge contributions as a way to work towards decolonizing our knowledge heirarchies is giving me life!
postcards #visibleWikiWomen check out —>
for more on this important project
, is a remarkable campaign towards globalizing world knowledge. #MITgrandchallenges
was founded by
Charissa Explains It All
Panelists are talking about a time they were asked to be resilient.
comments that relying on folks to be resilient "is a horrible strategic plan" and recommended the website:
What could a decolonised internet look like for/from the global south? #DLFForum
Now hearing from
, Co-Director of the Whose Knowledge? organization:
2. 2. But don’t forget Whoseknowledge
, which is working to address even more persistent bias and gaps in Wikipedia. Would be great for them to get an AI assist too!
Michael D. Kennedy
In GK, I explored how we might recognize the mechanisms centering and marginalizing forms of globalizing knowledge; I'm glad to see
working to redress those inequalities