Donna Kaz is a multi-genre writer who joined the Guerrilla Girls in 1997 and led their foray into attacking discrimination in the theatre world. Using the pseudonym, Aphra Behn, she has spent the last 20 years traveling around the world with performances and street theatre actions created to address issues like gender parity, reproductive rights and an end to violence against women. Her book, UN/MASKED, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour, explores her journey to feminism, the challenges of surviving domestic violence, and life as an activist and artist, creating work that proves feminists are funny while wearing a rubber gorilla mask. donnakaz.com ggontour.com @donnakaz
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