Join feminist artists and activists Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl—the Bay Area duo behind the New York Times best-selling books Rad Women Worldwide and Rad American Women A-Z, for the San Francisco launch of their third book Rad Girls Can. “This is a celebration of and a thank you to every girl who has have ever stood up, spoken out, taken a chance, tried something new, or followed a dream,” they write in the introduction of their latest collaboration. The book features fifty rad girls from around the world, who have done something to make the world a better place. Sabrina Moyle, the co-author of Be the Change: The Future is in Your Hands and co-founder of Hello!Lucky, will lead a discussion with Kate and Miriam about their activism, love of reading, writing and drawing, and we will end this interactive evening with storytelling, artwork, activism and creativity!
As Kate and Miriam embark on a national book tour this summer and fall, they will use gatherings like these in bookshops around the country to inspire more radness and activism in the world.
All big people and little people are welcome. Voter registration forms will be available. #radgirlscan #bethechangebook
Kate Schatz is a feminist writer, activist, and educator. She is the author of the New York Times best sellers Rad American Women A-Z and Rad Women Worldwide, and the accompanying journal, My Rad Life. Kate is the co-founder of Solidarity Sundays, a nationwide network of feminist activist groups, and she speaks often about politics, resistance, feminism, race, parenting, and more.
Miriam Klein Stahl is a Bay Area artist, educator and activist and the New York Times-bestselling illustrator of Rad American Women A-Z and Rad Women Worldwide. In addition to her work in printmaking, drawing, sculpture, paper-cut and public art, she is also the co-founder of the Arts and Humanities Academy at Berkeley High School where she’s taught since 1995. As an artist, she follows in a tradition of making socially relevant work, creating portraits of political activists, misfits, radicals and radical movements. As an educator, she has dedicated her teaching practice to address equity through the lens of the arts. Her work has been widely exhibited and reproduced internationally. She lives in Berkeley, California with her wife, artist Lena Wolff, daughter Hazel, and their dog Lenny.
This event is free and all ages. RSVP appreciated but not required.
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