Mar 21
Rad Women Live at SFMOMASFMOMA, Public Knowledge Library, Floor 2
151 Third St., San Francisco, CA 94103
March 21st, 2019 4-5:30PM
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Meet author Kate Schatz and artist Miriam Klein Stahl, the awe-inspiring women behind the New York Times best-selling books Rad American Women A to Z, Rad Women Worldwide and Rad Girls Can. Come for a lively event filled with real stories of amazing women and make art celebrating the rad women in your life. Book sale and signing hosted by the Friends of San Francisco Public Library. This program is part of Culture for Community: Free Day. For free tickets and more information, click event for link.
Mar 23
Bound by Hxstory: Insurrecto and Other StoriesSan Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Public Spaces
151 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
March 23rd, 2019 3-5PM
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Join us for a reading in celebration of Gina Apostol’s critically-acclaimed new novel Insurrecto - one of Publisher Weekly’s best books of 2018, “witty and stylish” according to NPR, and a “bravura performance” proclaimed the NY Times and Asian Review of books - following the journey of two women, an American filmmaker and Filipino translator, and their dueling accounts of a dark and forgotten massacre in Samar during the Philippine-American War. This special afternoon highlights stories located in the heart of the Philippines and the United States, illustrating the often untold and intertwined histories of both nations. Gina Apostol will be joined by Bay Area-based Elaine Castillo who will read from her novel America is Not the Heart. Apostol and Castillo will be in conversation following the readings.