Irma Lindheim was the first woman in the U.S. to attend a Jewish seminary. In 1948, her signature appeared on a letter condemning Menachem Begin as the “latest manifestation of fascism,” alongside the autographs of Albert Einstein and Hannah Arendt, among others. Israeli media called her th
Concordia professor Elizabeth Clarke gave her Women in Film class an assignment to create a Wikipedia page about a female filmmaker from any genre at any time in history. She wanted to make her students aware that the information they see online is selected by the people who are putting it there. In this case, the people are a high percentage of males and almost no females—a wide gender gap that cannot be ignored, even by Wikipedia.
A group of women (and one man) congregate at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, hunched over their laptops, typing and talking with one another about concepts like art, feminism, gender and technology. This is an Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, one of many happening around the world this March.
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