Asian American Literature Festival Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
For coverage of the Asian American Literature Festival Wikipedia Edit-a-thon see July 2019
US GLAM editors were prominent at Wikimania 2019:
Kelly Doyle and Effie Kapsalis, talked about the American Women’s History Initiative at the Smithsonian Institution.
William Beutler and Andrew Lih, of Wikimedia DC talked about Conflict of Interest on a panel about partnerships.
Richard Knipel and Andrew Lih, talked about engagement with The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight and Roger Bamkin talked about Women in Red.
Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight appeared on a panel about gender diversity, with video here 
Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight talked about her work at Northeastern University, about pre-20th-century women writers .
Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight appeared on a panel about gender gap and educational institutions, with video here 
Lane Rasberry gave a talk about discovery of medical journal articles.
Andrew Lih was interviewed by Wikipediapodden.
WikiProject Cleveland Museum of Art
Following the transformation of the Cleveland Museum of Art into an Open Access institution, (see January 2019),
the Ohio Wikimedians User Group has been collaborating with Neal Stimler and the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) to launch WikiProject Cleveland Museum of Art on the English Wikipedia. Inspired by WikiProject Metropolitan Museum of Art, the goal of this project is to improve Wikipedia's coverage of topics related to the Museum, which includes articles on notable works and artists featured in their collection.
Wiknic Seattle 2019
Seattle wikimedians held a Wiknic, Seattle Wiknic 2019 .
Prelinger Library and the Bay Area Wiki Salon
Prelinger Library and the Bay Area Wiki Salon held a meetup, Prelinger Library Wiki-a-thon with Bay Area Wiki Salon.
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