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La Memoria Es Feminista

Pilar Emitxin

From Pilar Emitxin from Córdoba, Argentina. Signal interviewed Pilar for the Justseeds blog here.

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A group of five colorful figures march with green bandanas on their faces and the two outside figures play drums. Their image is reflected below them in lighter and grayer tones and feature women marching in the past. One holds a placard that states: “DóNDE ESTáN NUESTROS HIJOS.” The text in the center of these two groups states: “LA MEMORIA ES FEMINISTA.”



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