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ni la tierra, ni las mujeres, somos territorio de conquista

Pilar Emitxin & Dante Aguiler

Two women are planting seedlings in the earth. They are rendered in black and white in a linocut style. A large white circle frames them, like a sun or moon. Green is selectively used to color in the bandanas the women wear, as well as the rest of the background. The text above them reads: “ni la tierra, ni las mujeres. somos territorio de conquista.” And below: “aborto legal para que florezca la soberania sobre nuestros destinos.”



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