2018 was a year of so many firsts for Whose Knowledge?. As we look back on the year, we are proud to share some joyful highlights that embody our feminist and anti-colonial values and honor the people and relationships that make this radical re-imagining of the internet possible.
Anasuya Sengupta's Blog Posts
The full resource series of "Our Stories, Our Knowledges" brings together the four parts we have published over November 2018. We hope these resources will support you in the production, preservation and sharing of your communities' knowledge, and will guide you in building collaborative alliances and more powerful networks of solidarity.
Many of us remain unseen and unheard, and this is made worse when our histories and knowledges are missing online. The effort to change this needs a multitude of us working together. That's the idea behind Decolonize the Internet.
We are hosting the first ever convening on centering marginalized knowledges online - in July 2018, Cape Town, South Africa! 75% of those online are from the global South, but hardly represented on the internet. We are bringing together community organizers, technologists, scholars, artists, Wikimedians and others, to build more awareness, allies, and joint action plans.