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

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Solidarity statement in support of Sistah Sistah

We have learned this week with great anger and sadness about the arrest of Ann Kazingha Holland, Gladys Mwangala Monde (Co-Founders of Sistah Sistah Foundation Zambia) and their colleague Chilombu Kabambi, who together with many feminist volunteers organized the #WomensMarchZambia this past weekend, on 4 March 2023. Read our solidarity statement in support of Sistah Sistah and all African feminist organizations and communities.
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Whose voices and languages are reflected online?

Our podcast, Whose Voices?, is back with a new season focussing on languages, taking our work on knowledge justice, language tech and feminist digital infrastructures even further. For this season we bring six mini episodes featuring conversations with thoughtful, powerful folks working to reclaim our many languages beyond English on the internet.
Protesters wave red and yellow flags at a demonstration about the genocide in Tigray.

Concerning Tigray and internet shutdowns

For years, the Ethiopian government has relied on its dominance as a telecoms and internet provider to cut groups out of the web, hide war crimes and human rights violations. A region currently facing a genocide by the Ethiopian government is Tigray, an area in the north of the country. Since 2020, the government has engineered the longest continuous internet shutdown in the world, keeping Tigrayans isolated in the middle of a war that has cost their livelihood and lives.