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I Can Survive on the Street
Maker: Guerrilla Girls; Artist and Homeless Collaborative
Date Made: 1991
Place Made: United States: New York, New York
Measurements: 55.9 cm x 43.2 cm; 22 in x 17 in
Main Subject: Women; Housing; Poverty
Materials: paper (fiber product)
"I can survive on the street." "I know what church will give me a hot meal. I know where to go to keep warm and dry. I know where to get clothes. I know a place to get cleaned up at. But, I know I can't live on the street because MEN RAPE ME." - Resident of N.Y.C. Women's Shelter in Collaboration with Guerrilla Girls and Artist & Homeless Collaborative.
Acquisition Number: 2006-257
Under copyright; used by CSPG with permission.