Angela Cuc, Maya Kaqchikel and Social Communicator, reflects about the challenges of producing and uploading content online in her native language; and how indigenous languages are at risk of being extinguished in Guatemala, due to discrimination towards indigenous people.
In this episode, Yamanik Cholotio, indigenous feminist woman and Guatemalan communicator, invites us to reflect on which are the most appropriate technologies and platforms for indigenous communities, and why it is important to make them more accessible.
In this podcast interview we discussed Amira Dhalla’s views on creating safe spaces online, whether the internet should have more governance, and why she believes that understanding what the words ‘colonize’ and ‘decolonize’ mean, is key for facilitating change in people.
In this eye-opener conversation Jake Orlowitz shares what brought him to Wikipedia, what are the encyclopedia’s biggest challenges and how we can make alliances and work collectively to fix Wikipedia’s biases.
What story of the world do you choose to tell? Sydette Harry beautifully reminds us that decolonizing ourselves and the internet requires a fundamental change in our relationships. It requires creating a vision, a big dream that we have never dreamed before.
Like many other Decolonizing the Internet participants, Maame dared to image a future where multiple forms of knowledges cohabite the Internet, and communities from around the world contribute to make it as diverse and rich as the offline world is.