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Wikimedia awards grants to tackle racial inequality, barriers to free information
by Sheila Dang
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8 September 2021
On 8 September 2021 Reuters reported:
The Wikimedia Foundation, which operates the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, said on Wednesday [8 September] it will award grants to six organizations that work to address barriers in accessing quality information due to racial inequality. The inaugural grants came from a new $4.5 million fund aimed at increasing the availability of free knowledge. [Inaugural grant recipients were given to organizations in many countries.]
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