As we re-imagine the internet together, media inquiries and opportunities to speak or write are welcome!
Beyond Internet access: seeking knowledge justice online
(January 2019, Open Global Rights)
Build an internet for, and from, us all
(November 2018, Nature)
Open It Up! A Feminist Approach to Knowledge Building in a Digital Age
(December 2017, Take Back The Tech)
We’re All Connected Now, So Why Is The Internet So White And Western?
(October 2017, the Guardian)
Reshaping the Internet for Women
(December 2016, GenderIT.org)
Is Wikipedia Woke?
(December 2016, Bloomberg BusinessWeek)
Mapping the Feminist Internet: The Whose Knowledge? campaign at the AWID Forum
(October 2016, GenderIT.org)
Where on the Internet is Your Knowledge?
(September 2016, Association of Women’s Rights in Development)
Wikimania 2018 Panel: Centering Knowledge at the Margins
(Wikimania Panel Discussion, July 2018)
Macaulay’s Monster: A Post-Colonial Manifesto of (Digital) Curation and Preservation
(Keynote at MIT’s Grand Challenges Summit, March 2018)
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Open Research and Open Education
(panel at OpenCon, November 2017)
How to Build an Internet With Us, Not For Us
(Keynote at MozFest, October 2017)
Wikimania 2017 Plenary on the Wikimedia Strategic Direction
(panel at Wikimania, September 2017)
Who Edits Wikipedia? (July 2018, BBC News Hour)