Remove national flags from language selector and add accessibility info
- Many languages are spoken in more than one country. Choosing a single flag to represent all of the language can be offensive to those who live in another country. It can also reinforce hierarchies (for example, colonizer and colonized).
- In many countries, more than one language is spoken. Choosing a country flag to represent a single language can offend citizens of that country that speak another language. This can also reinforce hierarchies between the majority population of a country and its minorities.
- Flags can have controversial political connotations. For example, they might have been chosen by autocrats or monarchs as a symbol of their power.