“Transformative Practices for Building Community Knowledges” is Part 2 in the “Our Stories, Our Knowledges” Resource Series.
This guide shares a set of practices and tools that marginalized communities working in different contexts have found useful for creating, growing, and sharing their community’s knowledge online. You will learn how storytelling, oral histories and community archives, art, knowledge-mapping, editing on Wikipedia, community organizing, and just being in community have been transformative practices in our communities. It’s written by members of Native American communities of the Kumeyaay and Shoshone, Dalit feminist communities from India and the diaspora, LGBTIQA communities from Bosnia Herzegovina, and Whose Knowledge? allies, and adaptable for other uses.Download
Knowledges Collection Community Knowledge, Knowledge, Marginalized Communities Allies, Art, Care, Community Archives, Community Knowledge, Dalit, Decolonizing, Knowledge, Knowledge Gaps, Kumeyaay, LGBTQIA, Marginalized Communities, Native American, Okvir, Oral histories, Storytelling