How can editing Wikipedia be an act of social justice? WIRED has called Wikipedia the last best place on the Internet: “More than an encyclopedia, Wikipedia has become a community, a library, a constitution, an experiment, a political manifesto—the closest thing there is to an online public square.” And yet, the site has many flaws because it is built by flawed humans. Articles are missing critical context around colonialism, misogyny, and racism that is necessary to understand our culture and our future. How do we collectively rectify bias on the site? In this video join Erin O’Neil, the University of Alberta Library's Wikipedian in Residence in conversation with Kira Wisniewski, executive director of Art + Feminism, to discuss her organization’s work in information activism and ponder how the future of Wikipedia is in our hands.