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Feminism in Nicaragua


Individual Feminists:
Las Feministas:

Gioconda Belli

Internet Links:

Ud. puede obtener información de La Boletina / Puntos de Encuentro aquí.

LACWHN/RMSLAC is the Latin American and Caribbean Women's Health Network, which you can reach here.

The United Nations Inter-Agency Campaign on Women's Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean has a website called, "A Life Free of Violence: It's Our Right," located here.

The Women and Gender in Latin America: Anthropology / Economics / Sociology webpage at the Univ. of California, Berkeley, has an extensive bibliography of Central American resources here.

You can access various Nicaraguan women's webpage links here.


      Amanecida Collective, The. Revolutionary Forgiveness: Feminist Reflections on Nicaragua. 1987.

      Borge, Tomas. Women and the Nicaraguan Revolution.Pathfinder Press, 1991.

      Collinson, Helen, ed. Women and Revolution in Nicaragua. Zed Books, 1990.

      Curia, Ella. "Razon Illustrada, Razon Sentente y Critica Feminista."

      Linkogle, Stephanie. Gender, Practice and Faith in Nicaragua: Constructing the Popular and Making 'Common Sense'. Avebury, 1996.

      Randall, Margaret. Gathering Rage: The Failure of Twentieth Century Revolutions to Develop a Feminist Agenda. Monthly Review Press, 1992.

      Randall, Margaret. Sandino's Daughters Revisited: Feminism in Nicaragua. Rutgers Univ. Press, 1994.

      Women's Program of the International Council for Adult Education and the Nicaraguan Association of Rural Workers. The Moon Also Has Her Own Light: The Struggle to Build a Women's Consciousness Among Nicaraguan Farmworkers. 1989.

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