Two people sitting on a large, orange bean bag and smiling up at a person standing next to them with a backpack on, faced away from the camera.
MozFest 2019: Photo by Connor Ballard-Pateman

MozFest is all about community.

We gather, online and in person (when we can) to connect, collaborate, and make positive change in our digital world. We are human rights and digital activists, artists, technologists, teachers, and students with a single mission: a better, healthier, internet.

After an incredible MozFest 2021 that was 100% online for the first-time ever, we didn’t want to stop the amazing conversations that were sparked from immersive sessions, creative zoom experiences, and digital “hallway” conversations. So we launched MozFest Community Fridays, a Twitter celebration of the people and projects that inspire and motivate us to keep building, creating, talking, and acting on the work that happened in March.

Throughout May, June, and into July, MozFest invited 14 people from around the world to host conversations from our Twitter account about the topics that matter most to them and their community. They raised awareness, asked thought-provoking questions, and provided ways for us to get involved. Here is a snapshot of the hosts and their topics, and links to the archived conversations.

MozFest Community Fridays in May

Purple and pink graphic with four headshots and white text: MozFest Community Fridays May Hosts | Uchi Uchibeke, Renata Avila, Rin Oliver, and Mai Ishiwaka Sutton
MozFest Community Friday | May 2021 Hosts

MozFest Community Fridays in June

Blue and teal graphic with 6 headshots and white text: MozFest Community Fridays June Hosts: Marwa Fatafta, Pepe Borras, Ahmad Ahmadian, Vidushi Marda, Elizabeth M Adams, and Hong Qu
MozFest Community Friday | June 2021 Hosts

MozFest Community Fridays in July

pink and purple graphic with two headshots and white text: MozFest Community Fridays July Hosts: Amy Studdart and Common Voice Community
MozFest Community Fridays | July 2021 Hosts

Stay Connected

MozFest isn’t just a once-a-year event. It’s a year-round community that regularly connects and takes positive action in our local communities around the world. Will you join us?

About the Author

Kristina Gorr serves the internet health movement as Communications Manager for MozFest through using her passion for writing to raise awareness and uplift opportunities for others to get involved in critical conversations about web literacy, digital inclusion, privacy and security, and openness, to name a few. Her littles ones are always around, so be sure to say hi when they pop on the screen.

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