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Rosalinda Santiz Díaz, International Women's Day Speech

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This appendix presents international womens day speech of Rosalinda Santiz Diaz. Rosalinda said that today, women from different countries like the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Spain, France, Switzerland, Italy and German are sending greetings in this Zapatista womens march and women from the Civil Society. They, the international women, admire the courage of all who are marching and even though they are not here in the streets of San Cristobal, they are telling that they are in their hearts, marching at sides. On this day, March 8, one remember the history of International Womens Day. Their struggle as women in Chiapas and in all of Mexico is because they want a life that is more just, where all can participate, regardless of color, religion, language, or place, with respect for each other.

Keywords: civil society; international womens day; Rosalinda Santiz Diaz

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