The Capire portal was launched on January 6th, 2021, eager to start the new year strengthening the voices of women who organize to change the world. And since then, it’s been 3 months of feminist news, powerful reflections, collective experiences, contributions from women of grassroots movements around the world.
Despite differences, there is a lot in common between women’s realities and also their struggles: against capitalism, war, and occupation, land grabbing and violence, and for a society and economy that put the sustainability of life, democracy, and freedom first.
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With a poem by Judite Canha Fernandes, we’ve learned that the “land died of too much rummage through its pockets.” With Linda Kouamé, we learn that we are “made of skin and bone,” “and not of iron and stone.” With Kishwar Naheed, that we have “the support of the rays of the rising sun.” With Audre Lorde, that “your darkness also rich and beyond fear.”
Celebrate Capire’s 3-monthiversary with us and join us in building it. Visit capiremov.org, read and share it with your sisters! And let us know: why is Capire important to you? What would you like to see here?