Marilys Zayas looks into how women in Latin America and the Caribbean experience poverty.
In view of the Colombian armed conflict, inequalities, and violence, we must organize. Read and listen to the words of Nury Martínez at the “Feminist Struggles to Bring Down Authoritarianism” webinar.
Watch the video with testimonials about the fight for the legalization of abortion in the Americas.
Indigenous peoples and women rise up and hold intense demonstrations against Guatemalan president, for a plurinational state.
On International Indigenous Women’s Day, meet the story of Bartolina Sisa, an Indigenous Bolivian fighter from the 18th century.
Poem voices criticism against Coca-Cola’s land expropriation and production model.
Read and listen to Karin Nansen’s contribution about the feminist contributions to change economy and the energy system.
Mobilization, change, and unity are fundamental tasks for social movements and political forces in the region.
Learn more about the life and struggles of Argelia Laya, a Venezuelan militant and teacher, with quotes from interviews and from her autobiographical book.
The words of Black women from four countries across the Americas show paths toward feminist and anti-racist struggles in different territories.
On this day, July 25th, we listen to three Black women of the CONAMUCA who struggle for food sovereignty, the right to abortion, and anti-racism in the Dominican Republic.
This is a story of amassing power and courage, as part of the Cuban heritage of rebelliousness against oppression
Learn about the story and strength of a quilombola who is a reference for the Black women movement in Brazil.
Read and hear M. Adams’ article about the about Black transfeminisms confrontating the colonialist system of opressions
Results of feminist survey are source of analysis on the situation of working women in Venezuela
Indigenous feminists and their struggles for the right of existence and for power over their land and resources.
Teresa Lara Junco looks into the work carried out by Cuban women and proposes a feminist agenda for the economy
Perla Álvarez, from CLOC-Vía Campesina, writes about food sovereignty as resistance and practices of peasants and indigenous movements.
What is happening in Chile after the victory of the left and social movements in the Constitutional Convention election
A video by Friends of the Earth Brazil and the World March of Women shows how free trade is attacking lives in the global South.
After decades of armed conflict, “the social conflict remains intact,” says Marylen Serna, of the Peoples’ Congress.
Read and listen to Kathia Ramirez on the work of the Farmworkers’ Support Committee (CATA), in her participation in the “Migration and Refuge on the Feminist Agenda” Webinar.
Read and listen to Marilys Zayas as she spoke with Fúria Feminista, a Real World Radio show, on women’s role in producing Cuba’s vaccines.
Read the interview with Pancha Rodríguez, of CLOC-La Via Campesina, on the history of struggle of peasant women in the Americas.
Looking back at the history of the World March of Women, a photo book published in Quebec celebrates the 20th anniversary of the movement.
Islanda Micherline recorded a video addressing the alarming situation faced by the Haitian people and calls for solidarity with the country
Feminist farm school faces threat from Coca-Cola monoculture.
Read and listen to the words of Claudia de la Cruz, of the International Peoples’ Assembly, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar
Read and listen to the words of Yolanda Areas Blass, of La Via Campesina, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar, as part of the preparations for March 8.
Read the article by Maria Fernanda Marcelino, of the World March of Women Brazil, on the “Out with Bolsonaro” campaign.
Read and listen to a contribution by the eternal sister Berta Cáceres on the challenges of grassroots organizing in Honduras.
The Confluence of Women shares an overview on the challenges for grassroots struggles in Colombia in face of Iván Duque’s policies
Audre Lorde was an African-American poet, author, professor, and lesbian activist. If she were alive, she would be turning 87 today, February 18th, 2021!
In Argentinian frontline communities, women are saying, “How could we not fight? Do we dry with the land?”
Raquel Barreto looks back on Lélia Gonzalez’s contributions to Black women’s struggles.
Código Sur activist Nikole Yanes presents alternatives to face digital capitalism.
Yamileth Gonzáles on the conditions Honduran women face amid the pandemic and after recent hurricanes
Cindy Wiesner is the executive director of Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, an US based alliance on grassroots organizations and networks.
What the blockade and the unconventional warfare mean to women’s lives in Venezuela
Video shows Danixa Navarro, Laura Capote, and Lupe Perez speaking about women’s participation in mobilization processes