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Latest revision as of 20:48, 6 October 2019

Unfinished History

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'Women in Resistance mural in Balmy Alley, San Francisco's Mission District.

Photo: Chris Carlsson

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Women In Resistance, a new mural recently completed in Balmy Alley, is honored along with a series of posters by the Poster Syndicate featuring each of the several dozen women subjects of the mural. A panel discussion moderated by Lucia Gonzalez Ippolito and Natasha Kohli featured Nanci Pili Hernandez, Lara Kiswani, Nina Parks, and Cecilia Chung, was held at AlleyCat Books on 24th Street in San Francisco on Sept. 27, 2019. The discussion is joined in progress, when Nanci is discussing her experience hanging the big "RESIST" banner across from the White House on Trump's Inauguration Day.

Video: Chris Carlsson

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