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Operates in South America

Mujeres Creando

  • Services offered
  • Awareness Campaigns
  • Workshops
  • Advocacy
  • Disciplines
  • Visual Artists
  • Filmmakers
  • Performers
  • Target demographic
  • Women
  • LGTBQ+ Artists
Guidelines of assistance

Mujeres Creando creatively and artistically supports Bolivian women who want to develop campaigns against sexism and racism in Bolivia.

Description

Mujeres Creando is a Bolivian radical feminist collective that develops anti-poverty and anti-racism work, including propaganda, street theater, and direct action. The group was founded in 1992 by María Galindo, Mónica Mendoza, and Julieta Paredes. Streets are the spaces where Mujeres Creando build and develop their creative activities. The group runs a newspaper called Mujer Pública, publishes books on poetry, feminist theory, and sexuality, and they make documentaries.

Last updated Oct 14, 2021
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