Between October 7 and November 2, more than 9,061 Palestinian people in Gaza and 1,400 Israeli people have been killed.
“Down with prisons, jails, and borders. Anti-colonial resistance in the barrios and villages.” With these powerful words and to the beat of rap music, Leafrox launched the virtual conversation “Disruptive Notions: Intersectionality and Decoloniality in Central...
Paula Urbina, maquila worker and secretary of the Board of Directors of the Honduran Women’s Collective CODEMUH. Her name is Paula Urbina, and she is forty-two years old. More than twenty years ago, when she migrated from the countryside to the city with her sisters...
Rosita Acosta, former domestic worker and founder of the Association of Women Domestic Workers (ASTRADOMES)
Rosa Delia Galicia López, former domestic and maquila worker and general coordinator of the Association of Employed and Unemployed Women United against Violence (AMUCV).
What do we allude to with economic violence? Does it have to do, for example, with the lack of access to housing or habitat? Does it have to do with exclusion from the labor market or the fact that I can’t get a job? How does that impact our bodies? How does it impact our day to day, in our relationships, in our ability to support ourselves on a daily basis?
Hegemonic western medicine focuses on counteracting diseases, but good health is more linked to the wellness industry, which promotes consumerism and an illusory, and not at all consistent, relationship between the mind, the body, and the planet, which belies the true connection between the three.