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Myriam Gurba lives and works in Long Beach, California. She wrote the short story collection "Painting their Portraits in Winter." Her forthcoming memoir "MEAN" will be released by Coffee House Press in November.

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Artbound

This Latinx Feminist Performance Series Finds Inspiration in the Animal World

“En Cuatro Patas (On All Fours),” the Broad’s new Latinx feminist performance series, which will run from January through November of this year, promises to replace our everyday animal reality with something weirder.
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Lost LA

A Guide to Gay Los Angeles, 1965

First published in 1965, Bob Damron's Address Book helped LGBT travelers navigate a Los Angeles where intolerance often trumped acceptance.
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Artbound

Videos Explore the Voice Shaming of Women

Filmmaker Adebukola “Buki” Bondunrin explores the prejudice experienced by women because of their voice.
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Artbound

Feminist Artists Revive the Spirit of the Woman's Building

Inspired by the history of feminist mecca, the Woman's Building, fifteen young contemporary women artists make new work that re-connects them to landmark's original zeitgeist.
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Earth Focus

Mosaic Art Helps Build Lives of Low-Income and Homeless People

Piece by Piece is a not-for-profit social enterprise that teaches low-income and formerly homeless people the art of making mosaics, helping them create another income stream.
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Tricky Dick and the Dane: The 40th Anniversary of the Frost-Nixon Interviews

“I let down my friends,” Nixon confessed. “I let down my country. I let down our system of government.” 
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By Any Fluid Necessary: Making Art During Trumpism

How are artists coping with "the opposite of art?"
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Lost LA

God Save the Queen of Angels: The Legend of the Patch

L.A. is the golden home of America’s queer rights movement, the site of several uprisings and protests that predate New York's historic Stonewall riots.
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Ovarian Psycos' Radical Biking

L.A.'s Ovarian Psycos change the way women ride bikes.
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Departures

L.A.'s Legendary Queer Night Club

L.A.'s legendary queer night club brought together weirdos, artists, and tastemakers, changing both underground and mainstream culture forever.
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