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#1day1woman | 2020

Our continuing global initiative to create articles on women in any area of interest at any time

January: 2019 deaths Activists Public domain Geofocus: Central America

2020 global initiatives: #1day1woman2020 Focus on sports

See also: Future events

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Hello! and welcome to WikiProject Women in Red (WiR), whose objective is to turn red links into blue ones. Our project's scope is women's biographies and women's works, broadly construed. Did you know that, according to WHGI, only 18.19% of the English Wikipedia's biographies are about women? Not impressed? Content gender gap is a form of systemic bias, and this is what WiR addresses. We invite you to participate, whenever you like, in whatever way suits you and your schedule.
Women in Red warmly welcomes you!
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#1day1woman initiative

Women in Red has an initiative for all our participants who are interested in creating or improving articles on women and their works outside the specific focus of our monthly editathons. We have called it #1day1woman as the label can be used worldwide on the social media, creating new trends of interest. Perfectionists might like to create a new article each and every day but one new article on any one day will be the starting point. The approach provides an opportunity for our members and all other participants to create or improve articles on women who are notable in any field of endeavor.

  • The virtual edit-a-thon allows enthusiasts from around the globe to participate in the work.
  • The lists of redlinks should provide inspiration.
  • There is a section where you can list the articles you create this month, and another section where you can add the images you uploaded to Commons.
  • This essay on creating women's biographies and our Ten Simple Rules might be helpful to newcomers.
  • The main goals of the event are:
  • to encourage inexperienced editors and show them how they can contribute to Wikipedia by creating biographies of some of the world's most prominent women
  • to draw the attention of more experienced editors to the need for concerted action on a specific area
  • to support Wikipedia in combating the systemic bias against the coverage of women and women's works
  • to promote the new/improved articles and images through social media

Redlists (lists of redlinked articles to be created)[edit]

Women who received the Goethe Medal should pass WP:ANYBIO. There are numerous women who are redlinks or can be improved.HickoryOughtShirt?4 (talk) 04:55, 4 January 2020 (UTC)

Participants[edit]

Outcomes (articles)[edit]

Promote our work[edit]

Key:

  • Add FB after the article if you mention it on Facebook
  • Add PIN after the article if you pin the image on Pinterest
  • Add TW after the article if you tweet it on Twitter

New or upgraded articles[edit]

Most recent on top, please, specifying upgraded if not new
  1. Canada A. J. Bridel - improved
  2. Republic of Ireland Kathleen Mulchrone TW
  3. United States Amy Lynn Baxter
  4. Libya Laila Bugaighis
  5. Finland Olga Oinola TW
  6. United States 18 Gramercy Park - improved
  7. Lesotho 'Mamphono Khaketla - Improved
  8. Canada Keysha Freshh - AfC
  9. Slovenia Maja Smrekar - AfC
  10. Canada Jacqueline Frances - AfC
  11. United States Melissa A. Wilson - AfC
  12. Republic of Ireland Louisa Harland - AfC
  13. United States Alisha Rai (author) - AfC
  14. United States Hattie McIntosh - AfC
  15. United States Adia Millett - AfC
  16. England Rosalind Mitchell - AfC
  17. United StatesNigeria Wendy Osefo improve
  18. United States Olivia Rodrigo - AfC
  19. United States Adriana Molinari - improved
  20. United States Nancy Tribble Benda TW
  21. United States Jane Blaffer Owen - AfC
  22. Republic of Ireland Gertrude Keightley TW
  23. United StatesNew York (state) Samantha Fox (American actress) - improved TW
  24. 2020 Women's March
  25. Greece Zoe Pikramenou
  26. United States Jennifer Bonner
  27. United Kingdom Martha Peckard
  28. Republic of Ireland Lily Anderson (campaigner) TW
  29. Republic of Ireland Anne Crone TW
  30. Republic of Ireland Florence Culwick TW
  31. Republic of IrelandUnited States Mary McShain TW
  32. United States Grace Tabor
  33. United States Mary DeDecker
  34. Bangladesh Nafisa Kamal - attempted AfD rescue
  35. List of Playboy Playmates of 1954 - improved
  36. United States Hulda D. Robbins
  37. United States Elizabeth MacDonough - improved
  38. United Kingdom Lilian Rathmell
  39. Canada Mary Kitagawa
  40. Japan Danzen! Futari wa Pretty Cure
  41. Vatican CityItaly Francesca Di Giovanni
  42. Republic of Ireland Edith Anna Bell
  43. United States Barbara Cosens
  44. United States Helen Howe - TW
  45. United States Sally Lucas Jean - TW
  46. List of Playboy Playmates of 1990 - improved
  47. France Estelle Desanges - improved
  48. Wales Edith Lovell Andrews
  49. France Mélanie Coste - improved
  50. United States Julie Bargmann
  51. United States Scottie Beam
  52. France Charlotte Saumaise de Chazan-TW
  53. France Anne de Seguier-TW
  54. United States Rowena Reed Kostellow
  55. France Marie Bruneau des Loges - TW
  56. United Kingdom Caryl Lewis - TW
  57. CubaUnited States Angelina Castro - improved
  58. United States Lauren Brice - improved
  59. United States Roxanne Blaze - improved
  60. France Claudine Beccarie - improved
  61. United States Francine Felsenthal
  62. Canada Aliénor Rougeot
  63. List of Playboy Playmates of 2009 - Improved
  64. BarbadosUnited Kingdom A Caribbean Dream - AfC
  65. Barbados Jeena Chatrani - AfC
  66. United States Tanya Haave
  67. United States Mary L. Gray AfC
  68. United StatesPennsylvania Jamie deRoy - AfC
  69. United StatesNew Jersey Baker Grace - improved - AfD rescue attempt
  70. United Kingdom Hazel Reeves - assisted birth of new article
  71. United Kingdom Florence Callcott
  72. Ukraine Dasha Astafieva - improved
  73. UzbekistanUnited States Natasha Alam - improved
  74. United States Hope Dworaczyk - improved
  75. South Africa Candice Boucher - improved
  76. United StatesTexas Sunrise Adams - improved
  77. United States Mary Van Blarcom
  78. United States Lisa Marie Abato - improved
  79. Republic of Ireland Mary E. Balfour TW
  80. United States Midori (actress) - improved, Afd rescue attempt TW
  81. United States Mildred Rackley
  82. United States Stacey Donovan - improved, Afd rescue attempt
  83. Republic of Ireland Róise Mhic Ghrianna TW
  84. United States Samantha Strong - improved, Afd rescue attempt
  85. United Kingdom Audrey Blackman
  86. South Africa Koleka Putuma
  87. United States Pauline Boumphrey
  88. Argentina Graciela Araujo
  89. United States Coe Glade - AfC
  90. United Kingdom Polly McMaster - improved
  91. Ukraine Lidiya Taran
  92. United States Ruth Chaney - improved
  93. United Kingdom Lady Margaret Sackville (1562–1591) - improved, AfD rescue attempt
  94. Indonesia Vivian Rubianti AFC
  95. United States Jackie M. Dooley AFC
  96. Republic of Ireland Sarah Leech TW
  97. United States Dara Strolovitch invitation to great new article
  98. United States Hannah Godwin - improved, AfD rescue attempt
  99. United States Annmarie Sairrino - improved, AfD rescue attempt
  100. India Zarina - improved
  101. India Sushree Dibyadarshini - improved, AfD rescue attempt
  102. United Kingdom Ann Horton - improved, AfD rescue attempt
  103. United Kingdom Catherine Yass - improved
  104. England Claire Wright (politician) - improved, AfD rescue attempt
  105. United Kingdom Norah Ansell
  106. Iran Mastoureh Afshar - improved
  107. Republic of Ireland Nina Coote TW
  108. Republic of Ireland Janet Jackson (golfer) TW
  109. Republic of Ireland Phoebe Blair-White TW
  110. Republic of Ireland Maire Quinn TW
  111. Republic of Ireland Eveline Burchill TW
  112. Republic of Ireland Betty de Courcy Ireland TW
  113. Republic of Ireland Kathleen O'Connell TW
  114. Republic of Ireland Teresa Mullen TW
  115. Republic of Ireland Alice Reeves TW
  116. Republic of Ireland Mary Butters TW
  117. United Kingdom Daisy Theresa Borne
  118. United States Julie Carlson - improved
  119. Canada Cheryle Chagnon-Greyeyes - improved
  120. Japan Junko Hirotani
  121. Portugal Joana Vasconcelos - improved
  122. United States Lenore Tawney added infobox and image
  123. United States Chinonye Chukwu
  124. Australia Lynn Foster - TW
  125. United States Julie Chen (book artist) - improved
  126. United Kingdom Beatrice Angle
  127. Republic of Ireland Kathleen MacMahon - TW
  128. United States Rosalie Allen - improved
  129. United States Frances Henley - improved
  130. United StatesVirginia Ethel Furman - improved
  131. United StatesOregon Margaret Fritsch - improved
  132. United States Emma Brunson - improved
  133. United States Doris Meltzer
  134. United Kingdom Susan Durant
  135. Republic of IrelandUnited KingdomGeraldine O'Neill - TW
  136. Australia Rosemary Madigan
  137. United States Pine Manor College - improved
  138. United States Radcliffe College - improved
  139. United States Mary Almy - improved
  140. CanadaUnited States Helga Plumb - improved
  141. Canada Lily Inglis - improved
  142. Japan Masako Hayashi - improved
  143. Republic of Ireland Áine Greaney - TW
  144. China Huang Hui - improved
  145. Against Our Will - improved
  146. Republic of Ireland Anita Notaro - TW
  147. France Marie Dupré - TW
  148. United States Deborah Allen - improved
  149. Australia Ina Gregory TW
  150. Finland Elsi Borg - improve
  151. Finland Elsa Arokallio - improve
  152. United States Kelli Connell - improved
  153. Australia Theresa Walker (artist) TW
  154. United StatesCalifornia Rachel Binah - improved
  155. Canada Anita Sleeman - improved
  156. United States Joyce Aiken - improved
  157. United States Joan Acker - improved
  158. United States Susan Abod - improved
  159. United States Jennifer Abod - improved
  160. United States Joann Aalfs - improved
  161. United States Josephine_Mason_Milligan - TW
  162. Australia Martha Berkeley TW
  163. United States Janet Aalfs - improved
  164. Spain Aisha (poet) - improved
  165. France Agnes d'Harcourt - improved
  166. Australia Alice Hambidge TW
  167. United States Carrie Gerlach Cecil
  168. United States Emily's Reasons Why Not - improved
  169. Republic of Ireland June Considine - TW
  170. Guatemala Mariza Dias Costa
  171. Republic of Ireland Judi Curtin - TW
  172. Republic of Ireland Roisin Meaney - TW
  173. Argentina Sylvia Molloy (writer)
  174. Latvia Helga Dancberga
  175. United Kingdom Zare Thalberg
  176. United StatesMaryland Rebecca Bell - improved
  177. United States Edith Mayo
  178. United States Eleanor Holmes Norton - improved
  179. United States Loretta Alvarez - improved
  180. United States Jana Stump
  181. United States Gail Ruffu
  182. South Africa Faith Nkesti
  183. Italy Chiara della Pietà -TW
  184. Italy Anna Maria della Pietà -TW
  185. United Kingdom Pauline Aitken
  186. United States New Leaf - improved
  187. United States Serenity - improved
  188. United States Fortitude - improved
  189. United States Students Aspire - improved
  190. United States Geraldine Pittman Woods - improved
  191. Australia Essie Jenyns TW
  192. United States Houser Memorial - improved
  193. France Germaine Richier added infobox and image
  194. PakistanUnited States Faryal Mehmood - AfC + improved
  195. United StatesCalifornia Linda Waggoner
  196. United StatesOklahoma Anna Zeide
  197. United States Eugenia Dunlap Potts
  198. Republic of Ireland Clíodhna Lyons - TW
  199. United States Gladys M. Lux
  200. United States Jill McElmurry - TW
  201. United States JoAnne Graf
  202. United States Marion Huse
  203. Canada Arley McNeney
  204. United States Louise Arnstein Freedman
  205. United States Janna Crawford
  206. United States Susan Katz
  207. ScotlandAustralia Mary Stoddard TW
  208. Japan Yukari Miyake
  209. United States The Black Sheep (restaurant)
  210. Italy Valentina Murabito -AfC
  211. United States E. J. Rath
  212. Italy Chiara Frugoni
  213. Australia Vikki Wakefield TW
  214. United States Hildegarde Hawthorne -upg, added img, PIN
  215. United States Sidney McCall -upg, added img, PIN
  216. Canada Lori Radke
  217. United States Chani Nicholas
  218. Brazil Lydia Okumura
  219. Russia Vera Mukhina - upgrade
  220. Republic of Ireland Maureen Gaffney - TW
  221. Republic of Ireland Kathleen Shackleton -TW
  222. Republic of Ireland Karen Power -TW
  223. Australia Angelica Mesiti - upgrade
  224. United States Susan Feniger - upgraded
  225. United States Mary Sue Milliken -upgraded
  226. Republic of Ireland Síofra O'Leary -TW
  227. Republic of Ireland Mary Costello-TW
  228. Italy Maria Luisa Cicci -TW
  229. United States Rosemary Ferguson Dybwad
  230. Japan Love Place (AfC)
  231. United States Bonnie S. Glaser (AfC)
  232. Italy Marisa Volpi - TW
  233. United States Josephine R. Hilgard - upgraded
  234. United Kingdom Helen Margaret George
  235. Wales Lillian Griffith
  236. New Zealand Louise Bond
  237. New Zealand Annette Campbell-White
  238. Italy Olimpia Savio - TW
  239. United Kingdom Mary Martin - upgrade
  240. Poland Rachel Zilberberg - translated from en to pl

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