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to define and create women's culture, to teach and learn skills in a supportive, feminist environment. The Woman's Building offers all this and more to the women here. Such as galleries which exhibit women's art. Readings and lectures by Charlotte Bunch, Mary Daly, Adrienne Rich. Original feminist theater. Women's music. An enthusiastic and committed staff keep "the Building" alive and hopping. Everything that happens at the Woman's Building enriches and expands your experience in the FSW. Offering inspiration and a sense of "family" that extends beyond the Woman's Building, Los Angeles, into the lives of women all over the world. LIVING ON THE FAULT LINE It's true. Living in LA can be overwhelming. Nerve wracking. Exciting. Stimulating. The opposite and the same as everything you've seen on TV, read about, heard about, wondered. The freeways are an adventure in driving skill and patience. The beaches dotted with palm trees and surfers. And, Hollywood is, after all, "HOLLYWOOD". So, the FSW has a full time staff person whose only purpose is to assist you with living in Los Angeles and participating in the FSW. She can help you find a job, housing and other services you may need. Housing is available near the Woman's Buildi . Rentals start at about $135 a month for singles and one bedroom apartments. Studio
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