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.
Author: Jan Berliner Statman
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing, 1995
Authors: New York Radical Feminists (Noreen Connell, Cassandra Wilson)
Publisher: New York: New American Library, 1974
The book consists of articles and conference and workshop presentations from various women.
Photo courtesy of Digital Women's Archive North in the UK
"Marchers recall struggles"
"Equality still a dream for many poor women"
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, August 27, 1995
Saturday, September 9, 1995
3A Nation & World
Article describing how women's groups and activists pushed for abortion rights and against reproductive violence at the Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China.
Thursday, September 7, 1995
Main Edition, page 18
An article about Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech at the Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China.
This set of informational pamphlets was used in countless trainings, as have their many other publications and posters over the years.
The top pamphlet, Ciudadania y Derechos Humanos, was written by Flor Dissiré León Hernández.
techsansviolence.net a été initié par le Programme d'appui aux réseaux de femmes de l'Association pour le progrès des communications (PARF d'APC). Le PARF d'APC est un réseau international de femmes de plus de 35 pays, engagées en faveur du changement social et de l'autonomisation des femmes par l'utilisation judicieuse des technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC).