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Who Cares? A Feminist Critique of the Care Economy (tags)
We live in an increasingly uncaring world. Patri- archal capitalism offers rich financial rewards to those who pursue their individual self-interest and penalizes those committed to the care of others. Competition is more highly valued than cooperation...
“Words of Choice” Brings Reproductive Rights to Center Stage at the First WiredArts Fest (tags)
Pro-choice Production Offers New Venue for Social Justice in an Engaging Activism Based Theater Experience
Bill to Protect Seniors a Whitewash (tags)
S. 1744 fails to address the gangrene associated with court supervised adult guardianships.
Mark Bryan and Garry Eister's "The Screaming Bunny" Performance Carlotta's Passi (tags)
Mark Bryan and Garry Eister's "The Screaming Bunny" Performance 3/17 at Carlotta's Passion Fine Art A Benefit for "The World Can't Wait - Drive Out The Bush Regime"
Rap (Audio): Dear Mr. Bush by Wil B. (tags)
This is an MP3 version of just the audio of the rap performed by Wil B. at the 3/19/05 demonstration against the Iraq war in Hollywood.
Love, Anarchy, and other affairs (tags)
Actress needs help booking shows for her one women play. love, anarchy, and other affairs
Desktop Theatre online vigil<3rd screenshot> (tags)
This is the third screenshot of an online vigil against war that took place at several virtual communities. In these online communities, people at home chose a character (avatar) and wonder through virtual landscapes interacting with other avatars.
Desktop Theatre online vigil <2nd Screenshot> (tags)
At various times, these women were participating: karla ptacek, vicki smith & paolo grippa, helen varley Jamieson, adriene Jenik, Ann Snitow, Connie Samaras, Lisa Brenneis. To participate, each woman logged into the virtual community with a cartoon image of a woman in mourning as their avatar (representative) and wandered through the virtual landscape.
Desktop Theater online vigil <2nd Screenshot> (tags)
This is the second scren shot of an online vigil against war that took place at several virtual communities. In these online communities, people at home chose a character (avatar) and wonder through virtual landscapes interacting with other avatars.
Desktop Theater-Women In Black On-line protest (tags)
The following performance stills were taken from a series of "vigils" performed in the public chat space/application "The Palace" specifically in "Mt. Olympus" and "FireBirdz Forest". We performed it three times on 9/15/01 and then a few more times after that. Some of the women are in New York, and some in New Zealand & Italy. We walked a silent vigil across rooms with people in them.