Amazing feminists sharing challenges and platforms for creating online content in their native languages, decolonization of the internet and ourselves. Can't recommend it enough!
I love this piece as a fragment of WK?'s work: it's about an event on reclaiming our languages beyond English! 30 activists, archivists and artists from 20 different countries, mapping challenges and plans.
I love this piece because before I didn't have the words to describe that hope can be nurtured, maintained, grown and cared. It's a beautiful reflection on loss, fragility and resilience through compassion to oneself and connection with others.
Something I'd share every time a friend asks me: Where can we meet?
I really like this resource because right after answering questions related to specific situation, it immediately gives you the link related to the platform issue and it lists organizations that can help you.
I chose this resource because it gives you an overview of social media platforms and security issues, yet you can go deeper in each as this piece has so many links to other tools and how-to's related to protection of your data.
Collaborative piece that centers the leadership and imaginations of marginalized communities in reimagining and redesigning the internet from the entry point of decolonization of Wikipedia and centering radical community archives.
This is one of my favorite resources on hacking marginalization online with transformative practices of building community knowledges, decolonizing and queering the internet and building allyship.
I like this resource because we've used it for filming protests and especially for organizing teams when filming! Other resources on this website cover documenting data during internet shutdown, encrypted galleries, tactics and strategies!
I like this guide because it gives you a thorough overview of tools available for surveillance protection.