Who is shaping the world's most accessed encyclopedia?
The founders of Wikipedia had a simple but compelling goal: to wrench the collection of knowledge away from centralized sources and democratize access to information, with the hopes of a creating a better informed society. 20 Years later, has their grand project been successful? The Wikipedia Promise calls into question the veracity of "The Free Encyclopedia," as well as its inherent biases. With a new generation of "Wikipedians" challenging the very same norms of western supremacy that the platform's original creators set out to disrupt, can The Wikipedia Promise finally be realized?