I am the co-founder of Radical Women's History, a digital project that aims to shine a light on inspirational yet overlooked female figures who have been dropped from mainstream history.

The project was born out of a passion for feminist history and the feeling that there was a lack of space in which to discuss women's history or to learn about their remarkable contributions to a whole range of disciplines. RWH is about retrieving the obscure stories of exceptional women who might have otherwise remained overshadowed by their male colleagues, peers or partners.

RWH functions as an intersectional online archive and storytelling platform that encourages other female writers to contribute. The aim is to create an educational, storytelling website or publication in the future. 

I am currently in the process of organising a series of Wiki Edit-a-thons to instruct others on how to edit Wikipedia pages and make sure women's history is represented online. 

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