Our latest issue,
Women Rising in the Americas
is now available online!
We’re thrilled to announce the release of our winter issue, Women Rising in the Americas! This issue of the NACLA Report, written, illustrated, and edited by a constellation of women from across the Americas, traces feminist challenges against capitalism, patriarchy, and nationalism.
The essays and articles herein represent different facets of women’s organizing and movements from north to south: from daily resistance against anti-Black state violence in Brazil to the swells of women in green handkerchiefs taking and holding space in Argentina; from Ixil women’s central role in rebuilding communal structures in the wake of genocide to searches for the disappeared in Northern Mexico.
Selected articles are available open access—including an interview with activist-musician Ana Tijoux—which we’ll be posting over the coming weeks. In the meantime, check out the issue introduction, penned by guest editor Dawn Paley and NACLA’s Managing Editor, Laura Weiss.
Like the issue cover? The image, produced by the collective Mujeres Grabando Resistencia (Women Engraving Resistance), is part of a series of linocut images placed throughout the issue. We encourage you to take this image and others, copy it, and repurpose it, with credit to the collective, to help spread the word. We stand in solidarity with them.
Thank you for reading!
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