Cover of Legionnaires comic book with super hero, LeViathan. (Comic Book Collection, Popular Music and Culture Collection)
A press release created by Girl Vigilantes about the 100 foot tall projection of a woman's body with the words "MINE" across it against a building.(W087_001_019_001a)
An Atlanta Constitution news article describing the anonymous protestor who has been posting stickers throughout metro Atlanta that decry the telephone company's decision to withdraw funding to Planned Parenthood.
A sheet of sticker produced by Girl Vigilantes, saying, "Disconnected. After 25 years of vital support for teen pregnancy prevention education, AT&T withdrew funds from Planned Parenthood. Protest: Call 1-800-922-0086 AT&T the wrong choice." (W087_001_002_001)
A 100 foot tall visual projection against a building of a woman's body with the words "MINE" across it at the corner of Peachtree near interstate 75, created by Girl Vigilantes . (W087_001_011_002)
The Girl Vigilantes were an anonymous group of political activists (men and women) in Atlanta, Georgia, who used images and action to draw attention to reproductive rights and other social issues. They specialized in public statements, usually visual, that combined powerful imagery, wit, and surprise. The anonymous nature of "Girl Vigilantes" has an almost superhuman quality to their activism and protests due to this cloak of anonymity. Often under the cover of night, they strike by placing stickers on pay phones and projecting a one hundred foot image onto the side of a building all without ever being discovered. For more information, see Archives for Research on Women and Gende, (Beth Judy collection of Girl Vigilantes records)