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Invitation: Reading Together: Reliability and Multilingual Global Communities Community Conversations
Reading Together is a multilingual, six-month Art+Feminism research project, led by Amber Berson, Monika S Jones and Melissa Tamani, with the support of Sue Barnum, Mariana Fossatti, Camille Larivée, Walaa Abdel Manaem, and, Ha-Loan Phan. We study reliable source (WP:RS) guidelines and related content policies on English, French, and Spanish Wikipedia pages.
What are these guidelines? How is a “reliable source” defined in action? And what is the impact of these guidelines on content about marginalized communities and editors on these three Wikipedias?Our Town Halls are designed as conversations with the communities involved in Wikipedias.We are here to have conversations with those who believe Marginalized* communities have and need space on and in Wikipedia communities. When you join, you are committing to upholding Art+Feminism’s Safe/Brave Space Policy.
Learn about our research.
Share your experiences.
Enact (re)new processes.
Dates and times:
Français 9 novembre 2020 12h EST (17h UTC)
English Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020 at 9am PST 12 pm EST 5 pm UTC
Español sábado 21 de noviembre, 3:00 p.m. UTC
Translation available into all three languages at each meeting. If you can’t make it to one of these conversations and want to know more or to share your thoughts please say so here and we will follow up directly with you.
*Marginalized is defined as: underrepresented, non-hegemonic communities. This categorization includes, but is not limited to, cis and transgender women, non-binary people, non-Western communities, LGTBIQ+, and BIPOC communities. For more information about the definitions of community in relation to Art+Feminism, read “What We Talk About When We Talk About Community.”