The Decolonial Atlas is a growing collection of maps which, in some way, help us to challenge our relationships with the land, people, and state. It’s based on the premise that cartography is not as objective as we’re made to believe.
How it shows
As they say "The orientation of a map, its projection, the presence of political borders, which features are included or excluded, and the language used to label a map are all subject to the map-maker’s bias – whether deliberate or not. Because decolonization is a process of unlearning and rediscovering, we’re especially committed to Indigenous language revitalization through toponymy – the use of place names."
Joining the dots; Such work helps people visualise complex information
Help and resources; this is freely available
Learning system; we can all learn by looking at the world indifferent ways
Balanced measurement; we can get new insights from looking at things objectively outside commonly accepted
I'd love to see the 2019 Map - The top 100 people killing the planet being maintained and updated on a rolling basis...because its time to hold people to account