Cali’s Women in Collective Crossing for Three Worlds: Popular Education, Feminisms and Nonviolence for the Expansion of the Present, Memory and for Nurturing Life

  • Norma Lucía Bermúdez
Part of the Marxism and Education book series (MAED)


My reflection1 presented here is based on an educational and emancipatory practice made by many hands, minds and hearts in one autonomous learning space of women in Cali, Colombia: the Pazíficas Women’s Political School. This is an experience that has been lived like a journey that has nurtured connections between the individual and collective lives of its participants.


Food Sovereignty Gender Perspective Transformational Capacity Popular Education Cultural Matrix 
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