Pan y Rosas
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
Women on the Front Lines of the Health Crisis and the Fight Against Patriarchal and Racist Capitalism!
100 Days of the Covid-19 Pandemic: International Manifesto of the Feminist, Socialist, and Revolutionary Group Pan y Rosas (Bread and Roses)
Left VoiceJune 21, 2020
In a World Full of Crisis, the Women’s Movement Prepares to Take the Streets
Protests, marches and strikes for International Women’s Day are being organized in a world marked by pronounced divisions.
Celeste MurilloMarch 8, 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
Abortion Rights in Argentina: A Grassroots Fight in the Streets
The vote in Argentina’s national congress tonight will decide the question of the legality of abortion in the country. Due to significant public pressure from mass mobilizations in the streets, the politicians may find their hands are forced and vote to make abortion legal. This movement provides an important model for the international left.
Katherine DembyAugust 8, 2018
[Photo Gallery] The Fight for Abortion in Argentina
Women took the streets again in front of the Congress to fight for their rights.
Enfoque RojoAugust 8, 2018
Lessons from the Struggle for Abortion Rights in Argentina
What can we learn from the fight for the right to an abortion as socialist feminists?
Madeleine FreemanAugust 8, 2018
[VIDEO] Fighting for Abortion Rights in the Streets of Argentina
We will be skyping with two socialist feminists from Argentina about how they have engaged in the struggle. Nathalia González Seligra is a member of Congress for the Left and Workers Front and a part of the Partido de Trabajadores Socialistas (Party of Socialist Workers). Andrea D'Atri is the founder of Pan y Rosas (Bread and Roses) the largest socialist feminist organization in Argentina, as well as a member of the PTS.
Left VoiceAugust 1, 2018
Fight the Boss, Fight Sexism: An International Socialist Example
With so many powerful and wealthy politicians and celebrities being exposed as sexual predators, there is a growing movement of people coming forward about sexual assault and harassment. But how can we win? We, the working class and oppressed, must take an active role in this struggle.
Julia WallaceNovember 25, 2017
Mexico’s Women Workers: Most Oppressed, Most Courageous
Far more than half of reported deaths due to the earthquake in Mexico City were women due to unsafe working conditions and the segregation of domestic labor. But women refuse to be victims and are on the front lines of the rescue effort.
Tatiana CozzarelliSeptember 30, 2017