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Informational brochure covering the basics of how to organize an Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon



English: Art+Feminism is a non-profit organization that directly addresses the inequality of gender, feminism, and the arts on Wikipedia. Through building a global community and hosting edit-a-thons around the world, we strive to close the gaps in content and with editors. The Organizer's Quick Guide is a point of departure, not the final word. You know your community best. We encourage you to create an event suited to their needs and interests.
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