Not completely sure how this fits in yet, but….
Tag Archives: ReadLater
“Protocols, Not Platforms” article
@email@example.com 🔗 https://tech.lgbt/users/mark/statuses/109833188249970387 – I just skim-read @mmasnick’s article Protocols, Not Platforms. I take it this article made waves back in 2019. https://knightcolumbia.org/content/protocols-not-platforms-a-technological-approach-to-free-speech #protocols #federation #fediverse
Black History Month: A shoutout to white men fighting racism – CSMonitor.com
A Black History Month shoutout to white men working to recognize and correct the stories – and systems – that perpetuate racism, including those that have benefited them.
On the Murder of Tyre Nichols – by Thomas Zimmer
Reflections on systemic racism and the question of who gets to be violent in America – and whose responsibility it is to stop the violence.
How you could build a search that the fediverse would welcome – Anil Dash
With a reference to discussion and research into quote tweets (QTs)
Book: /So You Want to Talk About Race/
@Birgitomo@mstdn.ca 🔗 https://mstdn.ca/users/Birgitomo/statuses/109655639622999468 – Such a great read! I’ve read it multiple times. I overly recommend.
Mastodon—and the pros and cons of moving beyond Big Tech gatekeepers | Ars Technica
Book: American Founders
Review: https://journals.psu.edu/wph/article/download/63019/62023 (PDF. Suffer.)
Book: American Founders: How People of African Descent Established Freedom in the New World https://g.co/kgs/B9Q8xR
Modern Russian origin literature
Maybe some day #readlater
Community Building | National Museum of African American History and Culture
«Community building is something we do together to share perspectives, create brave space, and foster relationships. We are members of a community dedicated to ending racism. Let’s build a national community and grow your local one.»
I haven’t read every word of this, nor have I watched any of the videos (at this moment), but I feel like it’s going to be an important resource for me, so I’m pinning it.