Women + Wikipedia
One of the reasons I'm so passionate about helping women tell their stories is that our stories have been omitted from so much of the world's official history.
The more we document our stories today, the better chance we have to become part of the official record for tomorrow. But that's not enough. We also need women (and feminist men) editing historical texts — the ones bound up in official-looking volumes, and the ones that dominate our Google searches.
That's right: I'm talking about Wikipedia.
Which is where Wikipedia edit-a-thons, brought to us by a group called Art+Feminism, come in: