Category: Feminisms

Latin America will be all feminist!

March 8, International Women’s Day (IWD), serves as a barometer of the strength of feminist and women’s movements, especially in Latin America where for years people have been mobilizing for women’s rights

A March 8th in Honduras: a Breath of Justice

We, feminists, celebrate, because however, we took another step, we advanced and with us, generations, hundreds of women and men, who will have ways out of the violence and will know that

Social protest in support of Palestinians. Mexico City. Photo: Laura Carlsen

Weaving a global feminist movement for Palestine

Gaza City has been practically wiped off the map. Israeli attacks focused on hospitals, which also serve as shelters for the displaced and bombed population, and other civilian targets have led to

MIRA. Feminismos y democracias

Feminist policies, a shield against the far right

A few weeks before the first round of elections in Argentina, the far right is ahead in the polls with candidate Javier Milei. Julia Muriel Dominzain of MIRA: Feminisms and Democracies interviews

Mayan seeds against feminist monoculture

In her book Talking Back, Feminist Thinking, Black Thinking, bell hooks talks about how often ‘feminist women (many of whom are white) say they want to hear women who until now haven’t