Viacampesina TV coming to your screen starting today!

 

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The mirror of our struggles

(March 8, 2013) Viacampesina TV is a mirror of our daily lives, our dreams and our struggles. La Via Campesina took the opportunity of its 20th anniversary to launch a new website, full of voices, faces, people and music. It gathers both audio-visual and cultural creations of the peasant organizations, whether members of La Via Campesina or not, with material produced by friends, allies, or occasionally by mainstream media.

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International Women’s Day : Day of Action and Struggle !

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International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8th around the world, is a day to commemorate the struggle and honor the memory of working women of the country and the city, feminists, and women who struggle against capitalism. We are daughters, mothers, relatives, friends, and acquaintances of women who have given their lives to the struggle for our rights, justice, and an end to discrimination.

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Comrade Maria : here! now and forever

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Statement of the International Commission of Women of La Via Campesina

10 January 2013.

Dear comrades,

We are writing to you from the International Commission of Women (CIM) of La Via Campesina with tremendous pain in our hearts.

Last Sunday (06/01/2013) we received the sad and repulsive news that our comrade María Do Fetal de Almeida had been brutally murdered by her partner in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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Call for international day of protest against violence against women (November 25, 2012)

 

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 On November 25, 1960, during the dictatorship of Rafael Leonidas Trujillo in the Dominican Republic, three (3) women were brutally murdered, following a series of persecutions against the political activism of the “Mirabal sisters” in this country. That's how they were known: Patria, Minerva and Maria Teresa Mirabal, who fought against dictatorship, in a country where the role of women was one of submission and exclusion. This day (International Day to Combat Violence against Women), recognized even by the United Nations, every year recalls the brutal murder of the Mirabal sisters, but most of all, we are reminded that thousands of women in all corners of the world lived the same fate as these fighters.

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