The movement is both what organizes us and what we organize. In movement, we build anti-capitalist, anti-racist feminism. And we create collective syntheses, change the present, and point the way to the future.
Capire talked to Yildiz Temürtürkan, international coordinator of the World March of Women, about the movement’s history and challenges.
Capire is turning one; check out what we have shared about and learned from international feminist resistance
It takes multiple voices to make grassroots communications happen. An e-book provides experiences of women from seven countries in the Americas.
To challenge the right in the elections, we must fight misinformation and hatred
Llanisca Lugo looks into the challenges facing Latin America and the Caribbean as the region confronts imperialist advances
Grassroots movements from the Americas have accumulated experiences and a history of struggles for sovereignty and integration.
Large grassroots marches reject president Nayib Bukele’s anti-democratic and neoliberal bid. Read the report by activist Ana Isabel López
November 6th is the birthday of the Portuguese poet Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen.
The World March of Women’s repertoire of action and reflection to build an anti-racist, anti-systemic, and grassroots feminism.
See in this gallery pictures and experiences of the World March of Women
Read an excerpt from the article “Feminist Movement in Morocco,” by Khadija Ryadi
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.
The feminist researcher Patricia McFadden talks about new feminist paradigms to refuse subalternity and focus on women’s potentialities.
Mobilization, change, and unity are fundamental tasks for social movements and political forces in the region.
Wilhelmina Trout points to historical challenges in South African women's struggle for political participation to dismantle patriarchal capitalism.
Today, July 31st, Africa’s Women’s Day, we listen to a chant and a message by Graça Samo, of the International Secretariat of the World March of Women.
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.
The anti-colonial leader Marie Koré brought women together in struggle to demand freedom for political prisoners in the 1940s.
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.
Mekatilili led a rebellion against colonialist violence during the British occupation of her country
Building diverse political actors and internationalist alliances epitomizes the political action of grassroots feminism
This is a story of amassing power and courage, as part of the Cuban heritage of rebelliousness against oppression
Feminist economy and movement building were the focus of the Berta Cáceres International Feminist Organizing School on June 21st and 22nd.
On May 29th, we celebrate Louise Michel’s 191st birthday.
What is happening in Chile after the victory of the left and social movements in the Constitutional Convention election
After decades of armed conflict, “the social conflict remains intact,” says Marylen Serna, of the Peoples’ Congress.
On May 1, 2021, we are launching a new virtual gallery with posters created by 24 people and collectives from 12 different parts of the world.
Check out the materials produced in the Basque Country for the 5th International Action of the World March of Women.
Colonialist, heteropatriarchal, and racist capitalism: overlaps that exploit and subjugate the peoples
Across all continents, women are organized and struggling to sustain life.
Looking back at the history of the World March of Women, a photo book published in Quebec celebrates the 20th anniversary of the movement.
Here’s how the welcoming session and technical training workshop went down at the International Feminist Organizing School
Watch the video that compiles our publications from January to April 2021
First feminist marchers from Tunisia pay tribute to feminist writer Nawal Saadawi
On March 31st, 2021, we celebrate the 149th birthday of Alexandra Kollontai.
Islanda Micherline recorded a video addressing the alarming situation faced by the Haitian people and calls for solidarity with the country
Ten years after the “Arab spring,” Souad Mahmoud reflects on women’s living conditions and struggle as they face conservatism and instrumentalization.
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
Online event paid tribute to women’s struggles in their territories and illustrated the importance of education for grassroots feminist international organizing.
Women from all over the world can create and submit posters by April 15th. Selected works will be included in a feminist virtual gallery that will be launched on May 1st.
This is an edited version of a speech Khitam Saafin gave in October 2020. Khitam is currently detained by the Israeli occupation. Free Khitam!
The 133 pictures by 44 women from 40 places taken in different years feature a snippet of the strength of March 8 across the world.
Read the article by Maria Fernanda Marcelino, of the World March of Women Brazil, on the “Out with Bolsonaro” campaign.
Read and listen to the words of Nalu Faria, of the World March of Women, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar, as part of the preparations for March 8.
Read and listen to a contribution by the eternal sister Berta Cáceres on the challenges of grassroots organizing in Honduras.
Virtual gallery: the history of March 8
Archana Prasad spoke with Capire about women’s work and lives in India and the struggles against corporate power and right-wing policies
The solidarity experience of grassroots movements to fight violence and authoritarianism around the world.
Raquel Barreto looks back on Lélia Gonzalez’s contributions to Black women’s struggles.
Watch Balti Zaina, of the Amazigh people, talk about the struggles of women to defend their land and fight the attacks from the Moroccan state
Código Sur activist Nikole Yanes presents alternatives to face digital capitalism.
Cindy Wiesner is the executive director of Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, an US based alliance on grassroots organizations and networks.
The International School is a tool that contributes to the alliance between the movements and to the construction of transformative syntheses between women
Video shows Danixa Navarro, Laura Capote, and Lupe Perez speaking about women’s participation in mobilization processes