Domestic territories, indigenous, peasant and communitarian territories, the territories of precarious, popular, migrant and unregulated work have usually remained outside of what is recognized as “work”, and therefore outside of union organization, subordinated and invisibilized by paid work of white males. We return to the feminist question “What is your strike?” which allows us to look beyond the boundaries between production and reproduction, imagining new relationships between syndicalism and community.
Here you'll find an introductory selection of the five main chapters of "Bio-syndicalism from the Domestic Territories. Our Reclaims and Our Ways of Doing", written by Rafaela Pimentel Lara, Costanza Cisneros Sánchez, Amalia Caballero Richard and Ana Rojo Delgado in dialogue with Territorio Doméstico, illustrated by Ana Peñas and now translated by Liz Mason-Deese. The research and writing process of the booklet were funded by the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Madrid Liaison Office and the [...]