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Barnes, Amy, “Going ape: Guerrilla Girls wage humorous combat against gender, racial inequality in the arts,” Louisville Courier, Louisville, KY, March 25, 2004 MacMillan, Kyle, “Feminist art before it became a buzzword,” The Denver Post, March 9, 2004 Adams, Mike S. “Our University's Political Slush Fund,” townhall.com, March 8, 2004 www.unseoutras.blogspot.net, Portugal, March 2004 “From now to November,” free-range thinking, Monthly newsletter, Los Angeles, March 2004 Netvision Ltd., Israeli magazine for International Women's Day, March 2004 Maxwell, Chris, “Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers Invade Harvard,” Weekly Dig, Boston, February 27, 2004 Clark, Monica M., “Feminists in Gorilla Masks Talk to Students,” The Harvard Crimson, Cambridge, February 27, 2004 “College art conference goes wild over Guerrilla Girls,” The Seattle Post- Intelligencer, February 24, 2004 Mandel, Andrew K. The Appian, Harvard Graduate School of Education newspaper, February 23, 2003 “Michelangelo Signorile Show,” Sirius Satellite Radio, NY, February 11, 2004 www.codepinkalert.org, Code Pink, January 2004 Siegel, Deborah, “Stereotypes and Archetypes,” The Progressive, January 23, 2004 Hoban, Phoebe, “Masks Still in Place, but Firmly in the Mainstream,” The New York Times, January 4, 2004 Zeisler, Andi, “Media Jones,” Mother Jones, January, 2004 Women and Performance, 20th Anniversary Issue

2003 “Guerrilla Girls tacklet stereotypes,” The Olympian, Washington, December 9

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