Central American Women Speak for Themselves

Central America Today
Publisher:  Latin American Working Group
Year Published:  1983  
Pages:  104pp  
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX9313

A dossier focusing on the participation of women in the popular movements and revolutionary organizations in Central America. Contains transations from newspapers, pamphlets, documents, interviews and reprints of already-published material.

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

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NICARAGUA
AMPRONAC: The Struggle Against Somoza, Why Do We Organize Ourselves?,
Testimony, Organization, Protecting Our Communities,
Theology of Liberation and Revolution: Woman's Perspective,
Sex Education in the New Nicaragua, A New Law of Family Relations,
Sandra and Guicho…and one more, Our Participation in the Economy,
The Domestics: Struggling for Jobs with Dignity, To Nicaraguan Women

EL SALVADOR
Creating Women's Consiousness, Women in the Zones Under Control,
Ana Maria - A Great Leader, Living Witnesses to What We Have Suffered,
Waiting for the Return, Reflections of Salvadorean Women,
APLAR: Women's Struggle in the Workplace

GUATEMALA
Guatemalan Women Have Always Participated, Cristina's Testimony,
An Indian Woman's Story, The Situation of Guatemalan Women Today,
Three Songs for My Mother, Maria Lupe, I am Not Afraid of Death,
Testimonies of Gueatemalan Women No.1, Women in the Workforce of Guatemala,
Testimonies of Guatemalan Women No.2, Interview with a Revolutionary Leader,
Death and Defense, Guatemalan Women,
Guatemalan Refugees in Mexico: A Report from Chiapas, Parable

SOLIDARITY
Continental Front of Women Against Intervention, A Climate of Profound Solidarity,
Let Us Release the Great Power in Our Hearts

RESOURCES AVAILABLE ON WOMEN IN LATIN AMERICA

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