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Whose Voices?

22 EpisodesProduced by Whose Knowledge?Website

Whose Voices? is the podcast from Whose Knowledge?. Here we collect conversations with people and communities who are decolonizing the internet and working towards knowledge justice. Whose Voices? is CC BY-SA 4.0 licensed.

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Ep 23- Arya Jeipea Karijo On Queer Digital Utopias

November 22nd, 2023


Join Kerubo and Youlendree as they have a thoughtful conversation with Arya Jeipea Karijo, a transwoman activist who views life through a young, …

Ep 22- Meron Estefanos On Eritrean Refugee Advocacy, Online Harassment And Self - Care

November 15th, 2023


Meron Estefanos is a Swedish-Eritrean activist who speaks to us about rescuing fleeing Eritreans and Sounds of Torture, her film about the plight of refugees.

Ep 21 Sandra Kwikiriza On The Many Ways Online Spaces Can Be Safer For Queer People

November 8th, 2023


In this episode, Sandra Kwikiriza, founder of Her-Internet joins Youlendree and Kerubo to explore knowledge gaps in terms of digital space and …

Ep 20 - Chipasha Mwansa On How To Migrate Reproductive Justice Work Online

November 1st, 2023


We explore whether the digital space can adequately serve African women by implementing sexual and reproductive health and rights through an intersectional lens. Listen to more episodes on our website:

Ep 19 Esther Mwema On Digital Colonialism And Who Owns Our Undersea Cables

October 25th, 2023


This episode features Esther Mwema an artist who questions Big Tech (like Facebook and Google) in Africa, through literary fiction, abstract art, and poetry.

Ep 18 - Memory Kachambwa On Knowledge Justice In Africa

October 18th, 2023


How do African feminists reimagine and want to rethink what the web feels, sounds, and reads like? Join as Memory Kachambwa tells us more.

Ep 16 - Arya Jeipea Karijo on "our existence is our truth"

June 28th, 2023


In this episode, Kenyan transgender activist and feminist Arya Jeipea Karijo, unravels the complexities of online representation of trans people from marginalized communities. Go to our podcast website to listen or read …

Ep 15 - Wangui Wa Goro and the role of new media content in decolonizing knowledge

April 3rd, 2023


For many Africans, reclaiming their language isn’t only tied to books. Wangui wa Goro talks about alternate forms of decolonizing knowledge online.

Ep 14 - Theresa Sainty and the path to revive the palawa kani language

March 27th, 2023


The palawa kani language has been revived based on records from most of the original languages spoken in Lutruwita. Theresa Sainty shares about this community-led initiative.

Ep 13 - Subhashish Panigrahi and meaningful access to the internet in South Asia and beyond

March 20th, 2023


For speakers of Indigenous languages, what does the internet look like? Getting online isn’t enough, says Subhashish Panigrahi, who builds open resources for Indigenous and endangered languages.

Ep 12 - Majd Al-Shihabi and the mission to produce more knowledge and archives in Arabic

March 13th, 2023


Millions of people speak Arabic, yet it remains underrepresented online. Majd Al-Shihabi explores how power dictates what is present and accessible in the language.

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Ep 11 - Ana Alonso and the shifting attitudes toward Zapotec indigenous languages

March 6th, 2023


It is a struggle to keep Zapotec, an Indigenous Mexican language with nearly half a million speakers, alive online. But Ana Alonso Ortiz has mobilized to create content in Zapotec.

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Ep 10 - Jessica Horn and the need to center languages of struggle in the African continent

February 28th, 2023


Over the past years, lively discussions championed by African feminists have moved online — but they often take place in colonial languages like …

Ep 9 - Cecilia Tuyuc and the right of indigenous languages and their people to live on the Internet

August 18th, 2020


Audio interview in Spanish. English transcript available here:

[EN] Cecilia Tuyuc is a teacher and language activist from San Juan de Comalapa, Guatemala. In …

Ep8 - Pamela Ofori-Boateng and the joy of highlighting women’s stories on Wikipedia

May 7th, 2020


Join us in this episode and learn more about Pamela’s experience creating the Veronika Bucket page on Wikipedia. More so, you will be inspired by …

Ep 7 - Angela Cuc: Las lenguas indígenas como formas de reivindicar los saberes ancestrales

December 10th, 2019


Audio interview in Spanish. English transcript available here:

Angela Cuc, Maya Kaqchikel y Comunicadora Social, reflexiona acerca de los desafíos para …

Ep 5 - Amira Dhalla on the Internet, governance and getting comfortable with discomfort

September 17th, 2019


In this podcast interview we discussed Amira Dhalla’s views on creating safe spaces online, whether the internet should have more governance, and why …

Ep 4 - Jake Orlowitz on “Decolonizing the Internet as a Reparative Movement”

June 6th, 2019


In this eye-opener conversation Jake Orlowitz shares what brought him to Wikipedia, what are the encyclopedia’s biggest challenges and how we can …

Ep 3 - Reflections from Bangalore after a Wikipedia edit-a-thon

April 18th, 2019


In this interview we talk with Shobha and Pamini about women’s representation online, consent when taking photos, and the ways in which visibility in some cases can be problematic. All through the lenses of a …

Ep 2 - “Ask for what you want”: Sydette Harry’s strategies on how to decolonize the Internet

February 27th, 2019


What story of the world do you choose to tell? Sydette Harry beautifully reminds us that decolonizing ourselves and the internet requires a …

Ep 1 - Maame Marfo: For an Internet Where We Can Tell Our Own Stories

February 11th, 2019


Like many other Decolonizing the Internet participants, Maame dared to image a future where multiple forms of knowledges cohabite the Internet, and …

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