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#VisibleWikiWomen 2020: fighting invisibility during a global pandemic

The third edition of #VisibleWikiWomen comes to an end. In the past three years, from March to May, we and our partners - feminist organizations, Wikimedia communities, media and cultural institutions - have brought over 14,000 images of women to Wikimedia Commons, Wikipedia’s multimedia repository! Revisit the most significant moments in this blog post and keep making women visible on Wikipedia and the broader internet!

Decolonizing the Internet’s Languages – Summary Report

In October 2019, thirty participants from around the world were brought together by Whose Knowledge? to scheme about Decolonizing the Internet’s Languages. It was a diverse group of thoughtful, powerful folks who recognise that language is a proxy for knowledge, and who want to reclaim our many languages beyond English on the internet. This is the report back from our gathering.

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