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> A DC Museum Tries to Make Wikipedia Less Sexist - Washington City Paper (blog)
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A DC Museum Tries to Make Wikipedia Less Sexist
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The National Museum of Women in the Arts's recent Edit-a-Thon is part of a larger movement to address sexism on the internet. Becky Little. Mar 15, 2017 12 PM. 0. Tweet. Share. Emily Haight. Four years ago, novelist Amanda Filipacchi noticed that ...

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