1. The US National Archives acknowledged in a statement this week (1.18.20) that it made multiple alterations to the photo of the 2017 Women’s March showcased at the museum, blurring signs held by marchers that were critical of Trump. Words on signs that referenced women’s anatomy were also blurred.

    Read the full article here: washingtonpost.com/local/national-archives-exhibit-blurs-images-critical-of-president-trump/2020/01/17/71d8e80c-37e3-11ea-9541-9107303481a4_story.html

    The footage included in this video is from The Following Is Based on True Stories as it appeared as part of Nevertheless, a full length live performance of song and dance commentary on a wide variety of gender based violence. Nevertheless appeared at Z Space in San Francisco in March 2019.

    To go to the whole song: vimeo.com/333673351

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  2. Heart Your Parts, a nursery rhyme cover of Mary Had A Little Lamb, challenges the myth that a what a person wears in public is a factor in their harassment, sexual assault, or rape.

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  3. Nevertheless is a collaboration of Cat Call Choir and Bay Area contemporary dance company ka•nei•see | collective. It was co-produced by Z Space at 450 Florida St in San Francisco March 2019.

    Video credit: Loren Robertson Productions

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  4. Nevertheless is a collaboration of Cat Call Choir and Bay Area contemporary dance company ka•nei•see | collective. It was co-produced by Z Space at 450 Florida St in San Francisco March 2019.

    Video credit: Loren Robertson Productions

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  5. Cat Call Choir was thrilled to perform the beginnings of a new song in a guest artist slot for a SAFEhouse for the Arts RAW presents in August 2018.

    Put The Dick Away is sung to the tune of Three Blind Mice and explores usage of the phrase "put the dick away" and the receiving of unsolicited dick pics.

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Cat Call Choir

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Cat Call Choir is a group of female-identified Bay Area performers who create live, interactive works about gender based violence to the tune of nursery rhymes and other widely recognizable songs.

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