We are a global campaign to center the knowledge of marginalized communities (the majority of the world) on the internet.

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An older African femme-presenting person glances at a mobile device in their hand lovingly.

Resistance & Connection: an African Feminist Perspective for Decolonizing the Internet

In this re-shared blog post from African Feminism, our #VisibleWikiWomen coordinator, Sunshine Fionah Komusana, reflects on the activism of African feminists in online spaces. African feminist activism in digital rights, knowledge justice and language advocacy is thriving despite the colonial legacies, patriarchal African leaders and poor tech infrastructure.
Nine members of the Whose Knowledge? team stand next to each other in the rainforest during a retreat in Costa Rica.

How Whose Knowledge? is walking the talk to create feminist organizational practices

Whose Knowledge? (WK?) has committed to put in place policies and resources that allow for the deep work to surface difficult dynamics in internal practices and to collectively try out new strategies and learn from them. This blog is a reflection of some recent journeying to centre collective practices in which love, respect, and solidarity are ingrained in all the work and dynamics.

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