Smithsonian Wiki Focus: Black Women in Food History; San Diego 73; Black Lunch Table Black artists
Smithsonian Wiki Focus: Black Women in Food History
Outside Martha Lou's Kitchen - image added at July Smithsonian edit-a-thon
The Smithsonian American Women's History Initiative (AWHI) and the Smithsonian National Museum of American History (NMAH) held a Wikipedia edit-a-thon on July 27th, Wiki Focus: Black Women in Food History. The event featured a discussion with LaDeva Davis, the first Black woman to host a national cooking show (PBS), who generously donated her time to talk about her experiences and offered a Q&A session. Mia Cariello (User:CarCai) an AWHI summer intern created the Wikipedia article about LaDeva Davis, which didn't exist until July 2021 despite her groundbreaking career. The editing workshop was led by Kelly Doyle (AWHI) and Andrew Lih (AWHI). The editing worklist for the event was developed by NMAH curators. This was the 20th editing workshop hosted by the AWHI. Editing and promotional support was provided by Wikimedia DC.
San Diego 73 (Kearny Mesa)
Wikimedians in San Diego held a meetup, San Diego/July 2021, at Bea Evenson Fountain, El Prado Complex, Balboa Park
Black Lunch Table Black artists
Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota and Black Lunch Table held a workshop, Black Lunch Table/online July2021 and Black Lunch Table/WaNaWari2021
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