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All Work and No Pay edit-a-thon with Smithsonian National Museum of American History
- Wikipedia is an openly editable resource, meaning that you can improve the quality and accuracy of Wikipedia entries. As one of the web’s most visited reference sites, Wikipedia serves as a starting point for many individuals looking to learn about art, history, and science.
- During this training, attendees of all experience levels will learn the basics of how to edit Wikipedia by updating articles related to the history of women's invisible labor in the United States in connection with the All Work and No Pay: A History of Women's Invisible Labor display at the National Museum of American History.
- This is the second edit-a-thon in a series planned in conjunction with the Smithsonian American Women's Initiative, a multiyear undertaking to document, research, collect, display, and share the history of women in the United States.
- The National Museum of American History welcomes visitors of all abilities. Request for accessibility services can be made by phone at 202-633-3150 or by email at email@example.com. Two weeks prior notice is preferred. Find additional information about accessibility at the National Museum of American History here.
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- July 12, 2019 1PM-4PM
- SC Johnson Conference Center
- National Museum of American History
- 14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW
- Washington, D.C. 20001
- The SC Johnson Center is located on the first floor West Wing of the National Museum of American History, near the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation Object Project exhibition.
- No Wikipedia editing experience is necessary; training will be provided. No background in women's history in required either as we will have resources on hand to cite.
- Laptops are required. Please bring your own.
- Photo ID and registration for the event are required.
- Photos will be taken during the event - please notify us at check in if you do not wish to be photographed.
- Public WiFi, snacks, and beverages will be provided.
- If you can't attend the event in person you can participate virtually! Edit along with us on the day of the event and help us improve articles from our worklists!
|1:00PM||Welcome (Effie Kapsalis & Kathy Franz)|
|1:10PM||Introduction (Kelly Doyle)|
|1:30PM||Training: How to Edit to Wikipedia (Kelly Doyle)|
|2:00PM to close||Editing|
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- Unpaid labor
- Home economics
- Wages for housework
- Separate spheres
- New Woman
- Nelly Don
- Nell Donnelly Reed
- Chatelaine (chain)
- International Women's Strike
- The Angel in the House (social impact section needs to be added)
- Equal pay for equal work
- Gender pay gap in the United States
- Equal Pay Act of 1963
- Emotional labor
- Lilly Ledbetter
- Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes
- Addie L. Wyatt
- Rosa DeLauro
- Esther Peterson
- Lorena Weeks
- Stacey Allaster
- U.S. Women's National Soccer Team pay discrimination claim
- Invisible labor
|name||image||description||date of birth||date of death||occupation||item|
|Addie L. Wyatt||Labor leader||1924-03-08||2012-03-28||trade unionist||Q2824146|
|emotional labor||process of managing feelings and expressions to fulfill the emotional requirements of a job||Q1044045|
|Equal Pay Act of 1963||Q5384135|
|equal pay for equal work||concept of labor rights that individuals in the same workplace be given equal pay||Q11414572|
|Esther Peterson||American consumer rights activist||1906-12-09||1997-12-20||lobbyist||Q15525019|
|housework||act of overseeing the organizational, financial, day-to-day operations of a house or estate||Q8050277|
|Lilly Ledbetter||American businesswoman||1938-04-18||writer||Q6548365|
|Lorena Weeks||American activist||1929||waiter
|Male–female income disparity in the United States||Q6743173|
|Rosa DeLauro||American politician||1943-03-02||politician
chief executive officer
|Stacey Allaster||CEO of the Women’s Tennis Association||1963-07-13||sports administrator||Q16150351|
|U.S. Women's National Soccer Team pay discrimination claim||Q30673270|
|Wal-Mart v. Dukes||United States Supreme Court case||Q7961235|