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Any article is substantial and relevant if enough references and source material can be found on the subject, whether that's from the internet, books, articles, etc. There's no point in having one that's written in a style where there's no reference points and it's just going to get flagged anyway. WikiGuy86 (talk) 00:36, 3 June 2017 (UTC)
I've written a new page London Black Atheists which is an organisation for atheists from the African diaspora, and I took the liberty of adding it to the project, if that's ok and someone feels like rating it on the talk page, that would be great, thanks. Mramoeba (talk) 21:20, 26 July 2017 (UTC)
Can some folks help improve the sourcing on the Dick Gregory article? I nominated it for the Recent Deaths section on the main page (and added a number of sources myself), but per ongoing discussion it's not good enough to include yet (and might not be in time at this rate). As pointed out in another recent death discussion, it might look problematic to readers not familiar with Wikipedia's policies that the front page currently features comedian Jerry Lewis, but not Dick Gregory, who died sooner. (Note per WP:CANVASS I am not asking people to !vote on the recent death nomination, I'm asking for improvements to the article.) Funcrunch (talk) 16:36, 22 August 2017 (UTC)