Mexican Police Fire Live Rounds at Femicide Protesters
In Cancún, Mexico, the police opened fire on 2,000 demonstrators who had gathered at the City Hall to protest against the latest instance of femicide. Here, we republish a statement by the socialist feminist group Pan y Rosas.
Pan y RosasNovember 10, 2020
Feminist Activists Occupy Human Rights Commission in Mexico to Protest Femicide
Facing increased femicides, continuing violence against women, and the impunity of those responsible, the mothers of victims, along with feminist groups and organizations, have seized the offices of the National Human Rights Commission in Mexico City, Mexico. The government has responded by condemning and criminalizing the protesters.
Lucy GonzalezSeptember 11, 2020
“A Free Country Needs Free Women”—Interview About Palestinian Women’s Protests
Last Thursday, 3,000 Palestinian women protested from Beirut to Ramallah. The socialist women's group Bread and Roses from Munich spoke to Isleen Atallah (18) from Jerusalem.
Amelie MayerSeptember 29, 2019
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 Rises Against Gender Violence
Hundreds of thousands mobilize in Argentina against femicide and violence against women.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaJune 14, 2016
The Patriarchal Mandate is Written in Blood
The abominable regularity of femicide. Expropriation of sexual autonomy and commodification of women. Feminization of poverty and job insecurity. The right to a life free of violence.
Andrea D'AtriFebruary 3, 2016