“Ni una menos!” was the first cry that shook the planet, activating a new feminist energy at a global scale. The politization of the patriarchal war against women and gender non-conforming people has gone hand in hand with the visibilisation of this violence’s intersectionality with other forms of economic and colonial violence. After some first attempts at escraches as a self-organized method of marking and visibilizing acts of violence, a debate has opened up over forms of feminist justice that go beyond punitivism, led by feminist groups involved in the struggle against the prison industry as well as communitarian feminisms.
By Feminist Research on Violence Platform Elizabeth Downer, Susana Draper, Alejandra Estigarribia, Silvia Federici, Anna Fox, Lewanne Jones, Jesal Kapadia, Belén Marco-Crespo, Alice Markham-Cantor, and Begonia Santa-Cecilia We created this pamphlet in order to analyze the forms of criminalization of pregnancy that have been reinforced in recent decades in the United States as one of the forms of war against women in the field of reproductive justice. When speaking of [...]