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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Happy New Year 2009!



Eva Le Gallienne

In 2009 I will publish at least one book.
I will celebrate the accomplishments of fellow feminists- LOUDLY!
I will truly embrace life and my journey in it.
I will LOVE my sisters [and brothers] completely and passionately- show them through working, laughing and speaking out side-by-side!
And I will practice the five tenants of Peace, Love, Truth, Non-Violent and Right Conduct DAILY.

“…the real hope for the future of feminism: the sustained creation of communities of support, the continued bonds of sisterhood, and the never ending symbiosis between the personal and the political.”
-Emma Bee Bernstein (1985-2008)


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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

More New Year’s Resolutions



Gracie Allen

In 2009 I will make as much fun of the Democrats as I did of the Republicans, it is only fair!
I will stop and enjoy the fact that right now things could really get better.
I will try to point out the rights that we, as women, have lost over the last 8 years in the hopes we can get them back!
I will laugh with my GGOT friends!

Happy New Year!

“…the real hope for the future of feminism: the sustained creation of communities of support, the continued bonds of sisterhood, and the never ending symbiosis between the personal and the political.”
-Emma Bee Bernstein (1985-2008)


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© 2008

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

New Year's Resolutions



Guerrilla Girls On Tour's 2009 Resolutions

Aphra Behn:

In 2009 I will volunteer more
I will write another controversial theatre piece and
I will ask President Obama to create an Office For Women
http://www.capwiz.com/now/issues/alert/?alertid=12322586

Anne Sexton:

In 2009 I will collaborate and nurture other female artists, working to form a feminist community of artists where competition does not exist.
I will complete one or two masterpieces.
I will fall in love with my craft again.

Edith Evans:

In 2009 I will work as much as possible.
I will learn how to make eggnog and
I will learn the herstory of a part of the world I am not familiar with.

Happy New Year!

“…the real hope for the future of feminism: the sustained creation of communities of support, the continued bonds of sisterhood, and the never ending symbiosis between the personal and the political.”
-Emma Bee Bernstein (1985-2008)

www.ggontour.com
www.facebook.com/pages/Guerrilla-Girls-On-Tour/49259246907
© 2008