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“Working Women Against the Precaritization of Life,” taken during the 2018 march for International Working Women’s Day. Source: El Grano
bolivia / peru / ecuador / chile / gender / opinion / analysis Sunday September 30, 2018 04:09 by Bree Busk   image 1 image
The first of a two part series on looking at anti-capitalism feminism in South America and with a wealth of concepts and analysis that we can draw from in the US. Part two will include the article in pamphlet form for download and distribution. See below for a glossary of terms. read full story / add a comment
"When the women rise, the people advance"
north america / mexico / gender / feature Tuesday February 07, 2017 15:31 by Romina Akemi and Bree Busk   text 1 comment (last - wednesday february 15, 2017 01:44)   image 1 image
In the first week of Donald Trump’s presidency, there were two important mobilizations that expressed radically different views on reproductive rights. The Women’s March on Washington, which took place the day after Trump’s inauguration, has been hailed as one of the largest mobilizations in US history. What began as a spontaneous call quickly ballooned into a movement that tapped into growing anxieties over the intentions of the new administration. The march drew some 500,000 to rally in Washington DC while sister marches were held across the country and even worldwide. One week later, another mobilization took place: the annual March for Life. While significantly smaller, this march still drew many attendees who were energized by celebrity speakers from the Trump administration. At this point, there is no certainty that the Women’s March will evolve into an actual social movement. This much is clear: the Women’s March represents a political opening to rebuild a revolutionary feminist movement (in conjunction with other developing struggles) that advances demands to improve the lives of working people and embraces conflict with the liberal, capitalist character of the feminist movement of the day. [Castellano] read full story / add a comment
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américa del norte / méxico / género / opinión / análisis Tuesday February 07, 2017 15:18 by Romina Akemi y Bree Busk   image 1 image
Dos importantes movilizaciones ocurrieron en la primera semana de la presidencia de Donald Trump, expresión de dos visiones radicalmente distintas sobre los derechos reproductivos. La Marcha de Mujeres en Washington, sucedida al día siguiente de la toma de poder de Trump, ha sido calificada como una de las mayores manifestaciones en la historia de EE.UU. Lo que comenzó como un llamado espontáneo creció rápidamente hasta convertirse en un movimiento que puso de manifiesto la creciente aprehensión sobre los planes del nuevo gobierno. La marcha congregó alrededor de 500,000 personas en Washington D.C., con marchas paralelas a lo largo del país y alrededor del planeta. Una semana después, tuvo lugar una movilización muy distinta: la Marcha Anual Por la Vida. Aunque considerablemente menor, ésta congregó a un buen número de personas, incluyendo a célebres personeros del gobierno de Trump. En este momento no existe ninguna certeza de que la Marcha de Mujeres vaya a transformarse en un movimiento social legítimo. Lo que sí resulta claro es esto: la Marcha de Mujeres representa una oportunidad política para reconstruir un movimiento feminista libertario (en conjunto con otras luchas en incipiente desarrollo) que plantee demandas enfocadas en mejorar las vidas de los trabajadores y oposición al carácter liberal y capitalista del movimiento feminista actual. [English] read full story / add a comment
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