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"When I first started being in Bikini Kill, I thought of myself as a feminist performance artist who was in a punk band," Kathleen Hanna says. Rachel Bright/Ecco hide caption

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Kathleen Hanna on life as a 'Rebel Girl,' and the joy of expressing anger in public

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Top row: Wilco; middle row: The Julie Ruin; bottom left: Jeff The Brotherhood, Sleigh Bells Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Wilco, Sleigh Bells, The Julie Ruin, JEFF The Brotherhood, More

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Kathleen Hanna (center) is the frontwoman of The Julie Ruin. The band's debut album is titled Run Fast. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kathleen Hanna On Working Through Illness And Focusing Anger

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