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Estelí Capote: “Neither the state nor the Church can take precedence over women’s rights”

Puerto Rican activist Estelí Capote speaks on the connections between feminism and the struggles for independence in her country

When a Quilombola woman falls, the Quilombo rises with her

Quilombola women share their organizing experiences and their priorities in the struggle in Brazil

Women in struggle sustain life in rural and urban areas

At he 3rd Continental Assembly of ALBA Movements, women from a cross-section of struggles talked about solidarity and their striving to build a better world

“Weapons are not tools for peace”: feminists against wars and NATO

In the lead-up to the Peace Summit against NATO, women build a feminist agenda against war and towards peace

Bartolina Sisa: an Aymara fighter against the Spanish Empire

In honor of International Indigenous Women’s Day, Capire brings you the story of Bartolina Sisa, an Indigenous Bolivian fighter from the 18th century.

Activist Islanda Micherline on the coup and grassroots struggle in Haiti

Islanda Micherline spoke to Capire about the alarming situation faced by the Haitian people and calls for solidarity with the country

Colonial occupation and patriarchy in Palestine: interview with Ruba Odeh

Palestinian activist Ruba Odeh spoke with Capire about women’s struggles against the occupation of their territories.