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Jun. 17, 2022

Artist, archivist, and educator, Sauda Mitchell joins us to look at the intersections of marginalized students, archives, space engagement, and critical analysis of primary sources, and how she’s merging art, education, and archival practice into one profession.

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Introducing: AFTER SASS

Jun. 07, 2022

Remember SASS + ZINES? Now there’s AFTER SASS: Reimaging Identity & Representation Within Zine Culture 🌈

First up: Neta Bomani facilitates a conversation with Joan Dark, Raquel Espasande, and Emily Warfield of the Bluestockings Collective.

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