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Join us as we explore Wikipedia resources for Haiti and Haitians in English, Kreyòl and French.  We will also give a brief intro to Wikimedia and Wikipedia and learn what gaps exist about Haiti and Haitians on the largest online reference site in the world and ways to use this resource to make Haitian children and adults more computer literate and more knowledgeable about their culture, history and language.

Afro Free Culture Crowdsourcing Wikimedia (AfroCROWD), is a new initiative which seeks to increase the number of people of African Descent who actively partake in the Wikimedia and free knowledge, culture and software movements.  The workshops are open to all Afrodescendants including but not limited to individuals who identify as AfricanAfrican-American, Afro-Latino, Biracial, Black, Black-American Caribbean, Garifuna, Haitian or West Indian.

View photos of AfroCROWD’s kickoff on Feb 7th & 8th by clicking here!
Visit AfroCROWD’s website for more information on this event and upcoming events!

Presented by AfroCROWD in collaboration with Haiti Cultural Exchange and the Haitian Creole Language Institute in partnership with the Brooklyn Public Library and Wikimedia NYC.

Date/Time: Saturday, March 14, 2015 | 12-3:30pm
Location: Brooklyn Public Library Main Branch | 10 Grand Army Plaza | New York NY, 11238
Take the 2 or 3 to Grand Army Plaza | Map
Admission: FREE
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