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"Girl power: Romping on the rialto," The Economist, June 2, 2005 51st Venice Biennale, exhibition catalogue Resnick, Elizabeth, The Graphic Imperative, exhibition catalogue Sagan, Leisha, "Fighting the 'F' word stigma...One oppression at a time: A conversation with the Guerrilla Girls," Empowerment 4 Women, May/June 2005 Dawson, Emma, "An Ancient Prejudice: Woment Artists and the Struggle for Equality," artshub, Friday, May 27, 2005 Allen, Greg, "The X Factor: Is the Art Market Rational or Biased?," The New York Times, May 1, 2005 "DEBATE: Siguen los problemas, sigue la lucha," EXIT Express, No. 12, May 2005 Clark, Roger. Folgo, Ashley R. and Pichette, Jane. "Have There Now Been Any Great Women Artists: An Investigation of the Visibility of Women Artists in Recent Art History Textbooks," ART EDUCATION, May 2005 AREAREVUE, Parisian Art Quarterly, April 2005 "Guerrilla Girls Swing into Area," Daytona News Journal, April 1, 2005 Iacob, Marcela and Maniglier, Patrice, Anti-textbook on Sexual Education, Bréal Publishing, April 2005 Tamoto, Kyoko, Massage, Japanese bi-lingual newspaper, Issue #4, April 2005 Mullins, Mandy, "Guerrilla Girls spread feminism awareness," College Heights Herald, March 10, 2005 Van Vleet, John, "Guerrilla Theater: a feminist troup takes on prejudice," Bowling Green Daily News, March 9, 2005 Codospoti, Amanda, "Taking a stand for equality," Preoria Journal Star, March 8, 2005 Renee Richards, Holly, "Artists return to campus," Clemson Tiger, March 8, 2005 Bowie, Chas, "R.A.W. POWER - Reed Arts Week: A Festival of Fun!," The Portland Mercury, Vol. 5 No. 40, March 3 - March 9, 2005 Harvey, Alyssa, "Guerrilla Girls battle discrimination," Bowling Green Daily News, March 3, 2005

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