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limited enrollment of 100 women. Feminist educator, Cheri Gaulke, says, " We are looking for women who are self-directed. Women who identify as artists and want to integrate their feminism with their art, women who identify as feminists and want to develop the creative aspects of their work. Women who want to build community with other women from different backgrounds, with different interests and expertise. Women who want to create our future."

For more information about the feminist educational programs at the Woman's Building call 221-6161, or write:

The Woman's Building Educational Programs
Dept. 7ST49
1727 North Spring Street
Los Angeles, California 90012
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