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Genesis Tramaine and Ryann Makenzi Holmes, co-founders of bklyn boihood Photo by Maro Hagopian

June 14, 1984 - Women protest because MOMA's exhibition the “International Survey of Painting and Sculpture,” featured 169 artists, all of which were white and less than 10 percent of those were women.   Photos by Clarissa Sligh. Subjects include Lucy Lippard, May Stevens, Linda Cunningham, Emma Amos, Sabra Moore, Sharon Jaddis, and Alida Walsh.   The posters were pasted all over Soho, a vastly different place from the Soho of today.

thepeoplesrecord: “ Women Artists Visibility Event: The Museum of Modern Art opens but not to women artists, NYC on June 1984 Shot by Clarissa Sligh Despite the increased visibility of women.

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Love the multiple buns hairdo on the right. Also the white color blocked face paint. Maybe for the last look we can do a large pentagram on her face?

"Nosi 'Ginga' Marumo, Yeoville, Johannesburg, 2007," Zanele Muholi. A piece in her photo project to document the lives of South African women-loving women.

Zanele Muholi Boldly Archives the Difficult Love of South Africa’s Black Lesbian Community

#gsm #lgbtq #poc beautiful black pride

Gorgeous rainbow pride poster painting, could be interesting to take portraits like this, use different flags in the background and then fill the white area with facts and statistics?

Essex Hemphill (right) was an American poet and activist. He was a 1993 Pew Fellowships in the Arts recipient. In 1991, Hemphill edited Brother to Brother: New Writings by Black Gay Men, which won a Lambda Literary Award. In 1992, he released Ceremonies: Prose and Poetry, which won the National Library Association's Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual New Author Award. Hempill died from complications relating to AIDS. He was survived by his partner, Dennis Carney, Chair of Black Gay Men's Advisory…

By: Egor Efiok Our Genius, Rotimi Fani-Kayode. Rotimi Fani-Kayode's first solo show in New York opened in March, The Walthe.

A packed house received Lucy Lippard for a wry lecture about her life as an arts writer at the New School on Wednesday, October 30. Staff fr...

A packed house received Lucy Lippard for a wry lecture about her life as an arts writer at the New School on Wednesday, October Staff fr.

Danitra Vance

Danitra Vance

Ruth Hanna McCormick, 1880-1944    -Suffragette    -First woman to have her photo on the cover of Time Magazine (1928)    -Represented Illinois in the House from 1929-1931

Ruth Hanna McCormick, -Suffragette -First woman to have her photo on the cover of Time Magazine -Represented Illinois in the House from Embraces changes in new Standards on PC.

Imagine: a faraway planet named Toussaint, whose inhabitants are connected at birth to a virtual information network called Granny Nanny, and can travel to alternate [...]

Imagine: a faraway planet named Toussaint, whose inhabitants are connected at birth to a virtual information network called Granny Nanny, and can travel to alternate [.

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Luxurious walk-in closet boasts an ornate chandelier hung over a mirror top white center island finished with satin nickel pulls and a built-in bench topped with a gray velvet tufted cushion.

Luxurious walk-in closet boasts an ornate chandelier hung over a mirror top white center island finished with satin nickel pulls and a built-in bench topped with a gray velvet tufted cushion. - Luxury Living For You

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