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Women’s Economic Empowerment Edit-a-thon

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On December 8, 2017, at the Women’s Economic Empowerment Edit-a-thon

Only 17% of biographies on Wikipedia are about women. Help us change that! Join Wikimedia DC and the Embassy of Sweden for a Women’s Economic Empowerment Edit-a-thon. Learn to edit Wikipedia and help improve or create articles about Swedish and American women entrepreneurs, business leaders, scientists and innovators. The afternoon will include welcome remarks by the Swedish Ambassador to the US, Karin Olofsdotter, and a training session with Wikimedia DC. A guided tour of the exhibitions in House of Sweden is included.

This event is free and open to the public. Please bring a laptop and photo ID. Registration is required.

When

Friday, December 8, 2017 2:30PM-5:30PM

Where

Embassy of Sweden
2900 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20007

Register

Register here with Eventbrite

Social Media

@SwedeninUSA
@wikimediadc
#HerStory

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Women's Empowerment Edit-a-thon Embassy of Sweden and Wikimedia DC 2017

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Please read the policy regarding Wikipedia Biographies of Living Persons.

Editors must take particular care when adding information about living persons to any Wikipedia page. Such material requires a high degree of sensitivity, and must adhere strictly to all applicable laws in the United States, to this policy, and to Wikipedia's three core content policies: 1. Neutral point of view (NPOV) 2. Verifiability (V) 3. No original research (NOR)

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Karin Olofsdotter
* "Karin Olofsdotter - New Ambassador to the United States". Embassy of Sweden: Washington.
Isabella Löwengrip
* Savage, Maddy. "From berated blogger to beauty millionaire". BBC.
Anna Wikland
Alva Myrdal
* Pace, Eric (February 3, 1986). "ALVA MYRDAL, NOBEL WOMEN, DIES IN SWEDEN AT 84". The New York Times.
Cecilia Malmström
Anita Gradin
* Dahlerup, Drude; Leyenaar, Monique (2013). Breaking Male Dominance in Old Democracies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Cristina Stenbeck
* "Cristina Stenbeck steps down from Kinnevik, Millicom chairs". Reuters. March 11, 2016.
Robin Miriam Carlsson (Robyn)
* "The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women". NPR.org.
Sara Larsson
* Henderson, Val (October 13, 2011). "Swedish league soccer stars work overtime". ESPN.
Pernilla August
* Asp, Jon (February 15, 2016). "Berlin: Pernilla August Brings Her Best 'Game' to the Festival". Variety.
Alicia Vikander
* Roxborough, Scott (November 19, 2017). "Alicia Vikander Among Nearly 600 Swedish Actresses Calling Out Sex Abuse in Film, Theater". The Hollywood Reporter.
Mini Andén
* Weinstein, Farrah (August 5, 2001). "STYLE & SUBSTANCE: MINI ANDEN". New York Post.
Noomi Rapace
* Couch, Aaron (August 18, 2017). "Noomi Rapace Is Unleashing Her Toughest Role Yet". The Hollywood Reporter.
Natalia Brzezinski
Helena Stjernholm
* Uhlin, Åsa (March 6, 2017). "The most powerful woman in business 2017: She puts pressure on Sweden's industrial justice". Veckans Affärer.
Susanna Campbell
* "Susanna Campbell Biography". Bloomberg.
Lottie Knutson
Sara Mazur
* "Executive Profile: Sara Mazur". Bloomberg.
Renée Voltaire
Lena Apler
Ulla Litzén
Anna Borg
Annika Winsth
* "Executive Profile: Annika Winsth". Bloomberg.
Biljana Pehrsson
* Artikeln, Dela a (May 5, 2015). "Miljardaffär första veckan på nya jobbet (Billionaire the first week of the new job)". Veckens Affarer.
Ida Backlund
Filippa Knutsson
* Svensson, Emma (October 13, 2012). "HEMMA HOS FILIPPA KNUTSSON (HOME AT FILIPPA KNUTSSON)". Elle.
Kristina Lindhe
Elina Berglund Scherwitzl
* Savage, Maddy (August 7, 2017). "The Swedish physicist revolutionising birth control". BBC News.
Stina Bergfors
Anna Malmhake
* "Executive Profile: Anna Malmhake". Bloomberg.
Angie Hicks
Katrina Lake
Therese Tucker
Susan Fowler
* Dowd, Maureen (October 21, 2017). "She's 26, and Brought Down Uber's C.E.O. What's Next?". The New York Times.
Grace Bonney
Julie Rice
Bernard, Sarah (October 25, 2007). "Yoga on a Bike". New York Magazine.
Elizabeth Cutler
* Bernard, Sarah (October 25, 2007). "Yoga on a Bike". New York Magazine.
Lisa Conte
* "Executive Profile: Lisa A. Conte". Bloomberg.
Nely Galán
* Rodríguez Bellas, Maritere (August 9, 2016). "SELF MADE Latina Entrepreneur Nely Galán And The Era Of Women". Huffington Post.
Ade Hassan
* Syphrett, Shani (October 23, 2017). "How This Founder Built A Business From A Viral Photo". Forbes.
Kimberly Bryant (technologist)
* Johnson, Whitney (August 15, 2016). "Black Girls Code: The Next Steve Jobs Will Be A Woman of Color". Forbes.
Marcela Sapone
Marissa Webb
* Tsui, Diana (February 1, 2013). "Marissa Webb Dreams of a Mad Hatter Wedding". The Cut.
Jazmin Truesdale
Alicia Abella
Elissa Murphy
* Bessette, Chanelle (July 3, 2014). "10 Questions: Elissa Murphy, chief technology officer, GoDaddy". Fortune.
Amani Al-Khatahtbeh
* Moglen, Laurel (February 8, 2017). "Amani Al-Khatahtbeh: Brave Muslim Girl". Forbes.
Jess Phoenix
Marla Rausch
* Dunn, Laura (October 28, 2014). "Women in Business: Q&A with Marla Rausch, Founder of Animation Vertigo". Huffington Post.
Gayle Jennings-O'Byrne

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