Mexican women are fighting for a life free of violence and full access to their rights. Despite the pandemic by #COVID19, they have continued to put their bodies in the streets and articulate in more intimate spaces in their communities, among friends, sisters, companions and collectives. They do so without forgetting their roots or their environment. From the Mayan territory in Quintana Roo, to the north in Sinaloa. Together they form a flame that reflects their ancestors and the younger generations: those who will build different futures. They are the protagonists of this ongoing project, in which we seek to tell their stories, their resistance and their transformations. As a bet from a feminist and human rights perspective with a decentralized view.

This project was supported by the National Geographic Society's Covid-19 Emergency Fund. 

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