Women and gender diversity on Wikimedia: Help find quality articles

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Mathematician Ada Lovelace is often described as the world's first computer programmer. Public Domain.
Mathematician Ada Lovelace is often described as the world’s first computer programmer. Her article on Wikipedia was recommended as a high-quality biography about a notable woman. Public Domain.

Can you help find high-quality articles that celebrate women and gender diversity on Wikipedia and sister sites?
This month recognizes women around the world. In honor of International Women’s Day, the Wikimedia community’s own WikiWomen’s History Month, and the new Wikimedia Foundation Inspire Campaign, we’re highlighting notable women and themes related to gender diversity on the Wikimedia Blog.
What are your favorite, high-quality Wikipedia articles about notable women? What are your favorite, high-quality articles about gender diversity?
We’re looking for factual, well-written and insightful articles, from the wiki of your choice. Articles that do not meet these criteria will not be considered.
Please add your suggestions on this wiki page. Be sure to include a link to your favorite — and a sentence or two about why you picked it (e.g.: what did you learn from this article?).
We also invite you to add your +1’s for articles you think are most insightful, to help select our top picks for our report later this month.
Please post your recommendations here until March 15, 2015. We will then prepare a report about our favorites, and publish it on the Wikimedia blog the following week.
Thanks for helping surface quality content on this important topic!
Fabrice Florin
Movement Communications Manager
Wikimedia Foundation

Archive notice: This is an archived post from blog.wikimedia.org, which operated under different editorial and content guidelines than Diff.

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