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Rad Women read Rad American Women A-Z : Kelly Tunstall Reads “V Is for Virginia Apgar”

This week on Rad Women read Rad American Women A-Z: artist Kelly Tunstall came to our offices to read about Dr. Virginia Apgar, who created a way to assess the health of newborn children. Kelly talks about her experience with the … Continue reading

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Rad Women read Rad American Women A-Z : Jane Ganahl Reads “N Is for Nellie Bly”

On this week’s episode of our Rad American Women A-Z video series: journalist, co-founder of San Francisco literary festival Litquake, and author Jane Ganahl reads about daring adventurer Nellie Bly. Jane explains how Nellie has inspired her both in her … Continue reading

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Rad Women Read Rad American Women A-Z : Ingrid Rojas Contreras Reads “D Is for Dolores Huerta”

This week on “Rad Women Read Rad American Women A-Z,” we welcomed writer Ingrid Rojas Contreras to our offices to read about Dolores Huerta. She spoke about her admiration of Dolores’ ability to help other female immigrants express themselves and deconstruct their own experiences. … Continue reading

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Rad Women Read Rad American Women A-Z: Achy Obejas reads “I Is for Isadora Duncan”

This week in our rad women reading Rad American Women A-Z series, writer and translator Achy Obejas reads “I is for Isadora Duncan.” Achy explains how the experimental dancer has haunted her since she was a child and why she considers … Continue reading

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Rad Women Read Rad American Women A-Z: Jennifer Maerz Reads “C Is for Carol Burnett”

As 7×7 reported last year: we want to be friends with Jennifer Maerz. The former editor-in-chief of The Bold Italic and freelance writer came to our offices to read about Carol Burnett, who helped pave the way for all the … Continue reading

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Rad Women Read Rad American Women A-Z: MariNaomi Reads “M Is for Maya Lin”

This week we got to hang out with the very cool, very funny artist and graphic novelist MariNaomi at City Lights for our Rad Women Read from Rad American Women A-Z series. Watch to find out how Maya Lin came to … Continue reading

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Rad Women Read Rad American Women A-Z: Namwali Serpell Reads “Z Is for Zora Neale Hurston”

For this week’s “Rad Women reading Rad American Women,” we had the pleasure of filming Namwali Serpell, a recent Caine Prize winner and English associate professor at UC Berkeley reading “Z is for Zora” at the City Lights offices. Namwali shares … Continue reading

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