In October 2021, we invited over 40 participants from around the world for the conversation Decolonizing the Internet’s Structured Data.Together with amazing panelists and participants, we examined whose views, whose agenda, whose ontologies (categories of classification), and whose decisions build and sustain these classifications and systems. Read the report back from this gathering.
We are a global campaign to center the knowledge of marginalized communities (the majority of the world) on the internet.
Does the internet speak your language? Launching the first-ever State of the Internet’s Languages report
Language is also much more than simply a means to communicate: it is how we express what we think, believe, and know. To be multilingual is to honor and affirm the full richness and textures of our many selves and our different worlds better. But what would a truly multilingual and multimodal internet look, feel, and sound like?
Welcome to the #VisibleWikiWomen campaign 2022! In the 5th year of the campaign, we and our partners invite you to occupy the digital space, creating, sharing, and uploading open-licensed images of marginalized women and non-binary folks to Wikimedia Commons. Let’s combat online invisibility by creating a shared and collective feminist memory that gives us hope and healing!