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The Whose Knowledge? Journey: looking back at 2021

In 2021, we celebrated five years as a campaign and a feminist collective, welcomed more members to our (small but mighty) team, and helped launch the first dedicated fund for feminist tech in and for the Global South. In this blog post, we offer you a glimpse of some of our milestones in 2021. 

Celebrating 5 years of Whose Knowledge?

To celebrate the many steps we’ve taken, large and small, on this path to knowledge justice, we want to share with you glimpses of what we have done and achieved. We invite you to click through these memories and don’t miss out on our entire week of celebrations! You’re invited to join our social media party, which is taking place this Thursday, September 23rd, on Twitter 🎉

Who and what’s missing from my internet?

There was a climate change press conference in early 2020 hosted in Davos, Switzerland, with climate activists from around the world including Greta Thunberg, Luisa Neubauer, Isabelle Axelsson, and Loukina Tille. Vanessa Nakate, a Ugandan climate activist, also attended. When a picture was taken of all five young women at the press conference,Vanessa was cropped out of the image before it was posted to Twitter. Stories like this happen everywhere on the internet.

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