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Art-making has been an integral part of our activism. Through art and art-making, we express our views and feelings, communicate with others, and reach out to a broader community. Not only has each country group produced various forms of artistic expressions, but our past international meetings have also incorporated collective art-making and expressive activities. We hope to expand this aspect of our activism by exploring more ways of self- expression and communication, including but not limited to visual, verbal, musical, and physical expressions. We invite our Network sisters and visitors to this website alike to share their ideas and experiences to help us pursue art-making as an important part of our activism.