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Ni Una Menos

Flavia López-Czischke


“Vivas Nos Queremos” — “Latinas Unidas”

The movement Ni Una Menos represents one of the strongest claims of female empowerment in recent Argentinian history and has grown to become a wake up call and catalyst for women throughout Latin America. Comparable to the Me Too movement in North America, Ni Una Menos joins the fight against gender based violence, working to end femicide and deconstruct the societal forces that enable the control of, and aggression towards, women by men.

This CPH poster printed at the worker-owned and union-run Community Printers, Santa Cruz, CA.

This is #147 in the Celebrate People’s History Poster Series.

Flavia López-Czischke is a Latin American researcher and designer based in Toronto.

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