The Guerrilla Girls Still Behaving Badly 36 Years Later

Legendary disruptors of the art world, The Guerrilla Girls are a collective of artist-activists exposing gender and racial discrimination in the arts. ‘Behaving badly’ and self-proclaimed ‘professional complainers,’ they began their careers in 1985, carrying posters and glue to post around the city.

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Author and Survivor Chanel Miller Speaks about the Importance of Community Support

Author Chanel Miller spoke to two different journalists and read from her memoir, Know My Name, through the San Francisco Public Library’s program, One City One Book.

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Survival Beyond The Pandemic: Women’s History Month 

This year’s Women’s History Month theme is “We Keep Each Other Safe.” The programming offers a series of 13 free remote events including multiple healthy relationship workshops with Project SURVIVE. The Women’s and Gender Studies department, Women’s Resource Center, Queer Resource Center, and Associated Students have also organized events.

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