Category Archives: Poetry

Becoming My Own Main Character: Straddling Conservative and Radical Spaces

I love Suey Park, this is her view about having different public and private identities, and her reflections about it…

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Mexico to NYC; Through Photography Immigrant Single Moms and Children Share their Stories of Life in A New Country

    Luz Aguirre took a picture of her daughter Eve, taking a picture of her.  Being a single mother is a challenge. Immigrant mothers face those challenges every day, and they also have extra hurdles to jump; Communicating with … Continue reading

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On Social Media, Cubans Speak Up for Feminism and Racial Justice

When I came to the United States from Argentina in 2005, I lived in the South. I remember going to Goodwill and finding a vintage poster from the 1950’s that said, “Cuba: Holiday Isle of the Tropics.” I bought it … Continue reading

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Mutant Patriarchy?  In Latin America, Feminist Activists Are still Cynical About the Idea of Feminist-Men…   (Read here)         

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Getting Ready for the World Cup 2014

  Read my article at Schon Magazine U.K… Performing masculinity with a Pink Soccer T Shirt

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Looking Out From Inside Bars

A new book tells stories about life behind bars for mexican women…Originally published in Bitch media    

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Representing Women’s Roles in Michoacán Autodefensas Where are the women in Michoacán?…. 

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