GLAM/Newsletter/August 2020/Contents/USA report
Wiknic & Black Artists Matter & Respect Her Crank
Wikimedia NYC, and Wikimedia North American held a zoom call, Great American Wiknic 2020
Great American Wiknic 2020
Black Artists Matter
National Museum of Women in the Arts, and Wikimedia DC held a zoom workshop, Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Black Artists Matter. There was some press coverage. ; 
Black Artists Matter A+F Slide Deck
19th Amendment (Virtual) Edit-a-thon
Smithsonian American Women's Initiative, and Wikimedia DC held a series of zoom workshops, 19th Amendment Virtual Edit-a-thon. There was a some press coverage 19th-amendment-wikipedia-edit-a-thon-helps-close-gaps-in-womens-history
Women in Science Wikipedia edit-a-thon
The Smithsonian Institution and Wikimedia DC held a workshop, Wikipedia & Women in Science: Smithsonian Groundbreakers Edit-a-thon
Respect Her Crank: A Go-Go Herstory
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and Wikimedia DC held a zoom workshop, Respect Her Crank: A Go-Go Herstory Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon.
Vaccine Safety Editathon
NewsQ , WHO’s Vaccine Safety Network, and Wikimedia DC held a workshop, Vaccine initiative pilot editing event. There was an etherpad, 
PACSCL Wikipedia Meetup
Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries (PACSCL) held a zoom workshop on adding finding aids to Wikipedia articles. PACSCL members and others added finding aid links about American Civil Rights and Abolitionist History from the Philadelphia Area Archival and Research Portal (PAARP). For future PACSCL events involving Wikipedia and Wikidata editing, see Wikipedia:Meetup/Philadelphia.
In August, the Philadelphia WikiSalon demonstrated adding finding aids to Wikidata and Elysia Webb described WikiProject Tree of Life. Next month will be a "work" session where participants can use skills from WikiSalon demonstrations.
The Archives Aren't Silent
Tamika Galanis, and Black Lunch Table, held a meetup, Black Lunch Table/Galanis virtual