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From Oregon to Argentina: Solidarity with #NiUnaMenos Movement
Members of The Graduate Student Fellows Federation (GTFF) of the University of Oregon issued a statement showing their support for the women's strike and mobilization against femicide in Argentina
Lola LoustaunauOctober 21, 2016
Argentina Is on the Brink of Legalizing Abortion: An Interview with Socialist Feminist Andrea D’Atri
On Tuesday, the Argentinian Senate will vote on a bill to legalize abortion. Left voice interviews Andrea D’Atri, a leader of the Party of Socialist Workers (PTS) and founder of the socialist feminist group Pan y Rosas, about what this bill means, how the movement developed, and the tasks that lie ahead.
Left VoiceDecember 28, 2020
In a Victory for the Feminist Movement, Lower House Approves Right to Abortion in Argentina
Argentina takes a step towards legalizing abortion, with the law passing the lower house of Congress.
Tatiana CozzarelliDecember 11, 2020
Chile: Justice for Daniela Carrasco and All Victims of State Violence
Daniela Carrasco, a 36 year old Chilean mime was found hanging in a park only a few hours after the police detained her. Now the Chilean protests are demanding an investigation of her death. The State is responsible! Trigger warning.
Maria AurelioNovember 27, 2019
Feminism for the 99%: A Debate about Strategy
At the beginning of 2018, U.S. based activists and intellectuals* called for the construction of a “feminism for the 99%.” This idea, inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement of 2011, gave shape to the manifesto signed by Nancy Fraser, Cinzia Arruzza and Tithi Bhattacharya, which appeared on March 8 of this year. We publish some reflections on the new wave of feminism and the anti-capitalist perspective proposed by its authors. 
Andrea D'AtriAugust 20, 2019
Over 1,600 Attend Talks by Socialist Feminist Andrea D’Atri across Europe
Andrea D'Atri, a feminist and socialist from Argentina, the founder of the women's organization "Pan y Rosas", has been touring Europe for three weeks. Meetings in Rome, Munich, Madrid, Barcelona, Bordeaux, Toulouse and Paris attracted over 1,600 people. This Saturday, she concluded her tour with a meeting in Berlin.
Stefan SchneiderFebruary 23, 2019
Organizing in the Basement: The International Women’s Strike
To build a movement that addresses the deep, structural forms of oppression faced by women, it is essential to build a feminism that is anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, and on the side of all oppressed people.
Tatiana CozzarelliMarch 7, 2018