Feminist Pedagogy: The Guerilla Girls
The Guerrilla Girls is an anonymous group of contemporary female artists that banded together in mid 1980's New York City with the intent to bring awareness of inequality in the arts community. Through books, posters, billboards, and other public appearances, the group exposed issues of gender and race discrimination.
Along with this, the Guerrilla Girls work to bring rightful recognition to women artists throughout history who have been lost due to male domination of the field. Providing representation becomes a source of confidence, empowerment, and inspiration for women as they begin to see themselves in roles previously hidden.