This book presents a compelling mix of personal memories and stories of black women that makes visible armed and structural violence, racism and resilience. Personal and collective narratives, threaded with a critical anthropological and feminist look at the armed conflict and its impacts in Chocó, are joined by the productions of black women academics on this territory.
Bordar, cantar y cultivar espacios de dignidad: ecologías del duelo y mujeres atrateñas
Natalia Quiceno Toro
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