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The #SheSaid campaign is a Wiki Loves Women initiative to celebrate the world's leading women. It launched on 20 October 2020. The project aims to increase the voice of women through the creation of new entries in Wikiquote (WQ) or the improvement of existing ones.

Things you can do[edit]

Share campaign postcards to encourage participation[edit]

Links to local wikiquotes[edit]

Recent changes related to women[edit]

(please help adding to this list)

Article stubs to improve (alphabetical order)[edit]

Articles in need of a photo[edit]

Articles written or improved[edit]

Core articles about women
  1. Women
  2. Gender bias on Wikipedia
Theme pages
  1. COVID-19 pandemic in Canada ( Conservative Health critic MP Michelle Rempel Garner[1])
  2. 2020 United States presidential election (Sydney Powell Jenna Ellis)
  3. COVID-19 pandemic in the United States (Gretchen Whitmer)
  4. SARS-CoV-2 (Maria Van Kerkhove)
  5. COVID-19 vaccine (?)
  6. Melinda Gates
  7. Janet Yellen
  8. Nancy Greene
  9. Margaret Trudeau
  10. Presidency of Joe Biden
  11. Mitch McConnell
  12. Amy Coney Barrett
  13. Justin Trudeau
  14. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  15. Melania Trump
  16. Ivanka Trump
  17. Estonia (Liisa Past)
  18. Marie Brenner
  19. Angela Merkel
  20. Kayleigh McEnany
  21. Black Lives Matter
  22. Linda Ronstadt
  23. Cynthia Lummis
  24. Ghislaine Maxwell
  25. Amy Klobuchar
  26. Susan Blackmore
  27. Yasmine Mohammed
  28. Arthur Balfour (Lady Gwendolen Gascoyne-Cecil)
  29. The Crown (TV series) (Eileen Atkins)
  30. Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
  31. Leonard H. Courtney (?)
  32. Josefina Vidal
  33. Cristina García (journalist)
  34. María Irene Fornés
  35. Medea Benjamin
  36. Phillis Wheatley
  37. Ida B. Wells
  38. Harriet Tubman
  39. Mary Prince
  40. Elizabeth Freeman
  41. Stella Immanuel
  42. Vandana Shiva
  43. Microsoft
  44. Joe Biden
  45. Donald Trump
  46. Racial views of Donald Trump
  47. Abby Martin
  48. Heather Brooke
  49. Margaret Thatcher
  50. This Hour Has 22 Minutes (Cathy Jones, Susan Kent, Mary Walsh, Geri Hall)
  51. Profumo affair(Christine Keeler)
  52. Georgia runoff elections 2020/2021 (Kelly Loeffler)
  53. Washington,_D.C.#M (Muriel Bowser)
  54. Nancy Pelosi
  55. 2021 storming of the United States Capitol (Mielke Sherrill)