Category: US National Archives

Category: US National Archives

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Improve women’s suffrage articles on Wikipedia for a new National Archives exhibit

Citizens of a well functioning democracy should have an understanding of voting rights. In the United States, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was passed in 1920 to give women the right to vote. To our young people today, it can be shocking to learn that just within the last century, more than half of … Continued

Scholars leverage the National Archives on Wikipedia in professional development course

Representing the history of voting rights on the world’s most-accessed source of information is a noble pursuit. And this group of scholars, professionals, and citizen archivists are up to the task. Using source materials from the National Archives, they will improve Wikipedia articles about the history of women’s voting rights in the United States in … Continued

Wiki Education to collaborate with NARA for the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

Wiki Education is thrilled to announce a new opportunity for individuals with a research interest in history, political science, women’s rights, and related fields. We are launching a professional development course in collaboration with the┬áNational Archives, a course which will equip scholars with the tools and Wikipedia know-how to make meaningful contributions to the world’s … Continued