Companeras is the untold story of womens involvement in the zapatista movement the indigenous rebellion that has inspired grassroots activists around the world for over two decades gathered here are the stories of grandmothers mothers and daughters who became guerrilla insurgents and political leaders educators and healers who worked collectively to construct a new society of . The kalmanovitz initiative the justice and peace studies program and the womens and gender studies program are pleased to welcome hilary klein back to georgetown university for a discussion of her new book companeras zapatista womens stories hilary will talk about womens participation in the zapatista movement a grassroots . Hilary klein 2015 companeras zapatista womens stories new york seven stories press when poor indigenous people and peasants took over land and municipal governments in chiapas mexico on janu ary 1 1994 just as the north american free trade agreement went into effect the uprising shook the world. Companeras zapatista womens stories provides the world with the voices of indigenous zapatista women as a new political element one being created and theorized from their own place and history with openness to worlds and perspectives beyond like the movement itself zapatista other feminism draws upon its various indigenous and . Companeras zapatista womens stories which came out on seven stories press in february is the result klein took some time between book launch events to answer a few questions about the zapatistas womens organizing and what we in the global north can learn from their example
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