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MONOGRAPH: A Brief History of Outrage by THINK AGAIN, 2003

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The Advocate, "A Taco Truck on Every Corner, and Now This," Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond, June 15, 2017.

Truthout, "Homeland Insecurity: Jews and Muslims United Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault," Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond, May 17, 2017.

Ms.Magazine, "Grab This, Donald,"Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond, May 1, 2017.

Feminist Magazine, KPFK Radio, "Woman’s Building/ Quetzal Gets Down/ LOUDER THAN WORDS," Radio Interview with Neda Moridpour and S.A. Bachman about WOMEN ON THE MOVE, May 2nd 2017.

Counterpunch, “Women on the Move: Can Three Women and a Truck Quell the Tide of Sexual Violence and Domestic Abuse?,” Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond, April 26, 2017.


Los Angeles Times, "Art Exhibit at Glendale Community College Tackles Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence,” Kelly Corrigan, Feb 24, 2016.

A Cupful of Whispers, "Why I Love This Piece: S.A. Bachman's "Untitled," Frank Rodick, January 2013

Afterimage, “Participatory Politics,” Natalie Loveless, Vol. 38 No. 2, Fall 2010 

Worcester Art Museum, “Wall at WAM: ACTIONS SPEAK,” Susan Stoops, 2009

Boston Globe, “Power Meets Vulnerability: Wall Mural, Exhibit Tackle Social Issues,”

Kate McQuaid, December 8, 2008 

Los Angeles Times, “Drive-by Campaign to Project Points of View,”

Mike Boehm, October 6, 2006

Social Text: #80 Technoscience, “Activist Technologies: THINK AGAIN,” Amy Villarejo, Duke University Press, 2004 
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Big, Red and Shiny, “A Brief History of Outrage” Interview with THINK AGAIN, Matthew Nash, Issue #7, 2003 

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