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discover roots, and enhance self awareness.  Active membership also allows for creating new ways of relating to The Building and other women.

Components of the Woman's Building

1. A Performance Space
The third floor Performance Space at The Woman's Building is used for theater, film, lectures, fund-raising, meetings, dances, rehearsals, and classes.  Members of The Woman's Building are encouraged to initiate programs and events that use the Performance Space, both as an arena for female talent and to draw new audiences to The Building.

2. The Identified Woman Cafe
A feminist restaurant, the cafe is open to the public from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursdays through Sundays, and during weekend events.  It can also be reserved for meetings, banquets, and parties.

3. The Sisterhood Bookstore
The Sisterhood Bookstore is a feminist bookstore with materials about and by women.  It is a retail outlet and includes poetry, novels, political treatises, books on women's history, and non-sexist children's literature.  The store is open from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.  It can also be reserved for readings, for publishing parties, and for celebrations.

4. The Women's Slide Registry
Members of The Woman's Building are eligible to send slides and a resume to be included in the Women's Slide Registry, which catalogs work be several hundred West Coast women artists.  It provides a comprehensive overview of
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