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Sunday, June 17 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
A Radical Wikipedia Workshop

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Wikipedia’s anyone-can-edit ethos has resulted in documented gender and racial coverage gaps and policies amplifying media echo-chambers. Wikipedia articles inadequately cover allegations of harassment and sexual abuse even as the #metoo and #timesup movements are ousting celebs/media producers from positions of power. During this interactive session, we’ll identify and address limitations of Wikipedia’s policies and culture, and learn how to host local edit-a-thons that amplify radical voices.


Nora Almeida

Interference Archive
Nora Almeida is a Brooklyn-based writer and librarian. She works at the New York City College of Technology and is a volunteer at Interference Archive.

Melissa Chavez

Melissa Chavez is a digital and physical space UX designer specializing in communications and interactions for events, sites, and applications. She provides consulting for nonprofits and the City of Portland on improving the accessibility of events and proposal processes, with current... Read More →

Lena Greenberg

Interference Archive
Lena Greenberg supports education and programming at Interference Archive. Lena also works with young people to envision a world beyond plastics through creative storytelling and manages farmers markets across New York City

Jen Hoyer

Interference Archive / Brooklyn Public Library
Jen Hoyer helps make things go at Interference Archive and teaches about local history at the Brooklyn Public Library. She loves working through how archives can help people understand themselves and their place in the world around them.

Lauren Hudgins

To the Point Collaborative
Lauren Hudgins earned her MA in Publishing and her MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Portland State University. She bikes about the rainy Pacific Northwest to keep her endorphins flowing and works as a digital strategist. Her essay on Comic Sans and the right of people use whatever... Read More →

Sunday June 17, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm

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