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9786073184045

Las mujeres que luchan se encuentran/ Women Who Fight Can Be Found

  • ISBN 13:

    9786073184045

  • ISBN 10:

    6073184042

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 02/18/2020
  • Publisher: Grijalbo Mondadori

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Summary

La guía definitiva dirigida a cualquier persona que quiera hablar acerca de lo que significa ser mujer en el mundo.

Las mujeres que luchan, se encuentran es una invitación a participar activamente en una conversación que está más vigente que nunca: el feminismo. En este libro, Catalina Ruiz-Navarro, una de las voces más destacadas de este movimiento en Latinoamérica, recorre, a  partir de un testimonio profundamente honesto y agudo, un camino que aborda el cuerpo, el poder, la violencia, el sexo, la lucha activista y el amor. A su vez, once heroínas, entre las que se cuentan María Cano, Flora Tristán, Hermila Galindo y Violeta Parra, bellamente retratadas por Luisa Castellanos, alzan la voz y evidencian que hablar de feminismos es necesario, es importante, es la resistencia. Este manual de feminismo pop latinoamericano es una lectura que conmueve, que incomoda, que cuestiona. Prólogo de Plaqueta. Ilustraciones de interiores de Luisa Castellanos.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

The definitive guide for anyone who wants to talk about what it means to be a woman in this world.
 
Women Who Fight Can Be Found is an invitation to actively participate in a conversation about a topic that is more valid than ever: feminism. In this book, Catalina Ruiz-Navarro, one of the most well known Latin American voices of this movement, starts with a profoundly honest and poignant testimony, and travels a path that addresses the body, power, violence, sex, activism, and love. At the same time, eleven heroines, among them María Cano, Flora Tristán, Hermilla Galindo and Violeta Parra, beautifully illustrated by Luisa Castellanos, raise their voices and prove that talking about feminism is necessary, is important, and is the resistance. This pop, Latin American feminist manual is a reading that moves, that disturbs, that questions. Prologue by Plaqueta. Interior illustrations by Luisa Castellanos.

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