In this episode, Sadie and Stauney talk about the Guerrilla Girls, the anonymous group of women known for their protest art devoted to fighting racism and sexism in the art world. The group formed in the 1980s to campaign for changes that needed to be made. We talk about why they felt they needed to form, some of their most famous pieces, the effective methods they used to share their message, and some of the inner-group controversies.

Content produced by: More Than A Muse

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Guerrilla Girls: The Secret Feminist Society of the Art World
By: More Than A Muse