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Feminism in Mexico is the philosophy and activity aimed at creating, defining, and protecting political, economic, cultural, and social equality in women's rights and opportunity for Mexican women. For the conquest and colonial eras, some figures have been re-evaluated in the modern era and can be considered part of the history of feminism in Mexico. At independence in the early nineteenth century, there were demands that women be defined as citizens. The late nineteenth century saw the explicit development of feminism as an ideology. Liberalism advocated secular education of both girls and boys as part of a modernizing project and women entered the workforce as teachers.

Feminism in Mexico

"Visión histórico-política de México a través de cuatro dramaturgas mex" by Kandace Kane Holladay

Acting in accordance with its methods of work, the Working Group transmitted the above-mentioned communication to the Government. Basilia Ucan Nah, a Mexican national, is a woman of indigenous Maya origin of 43 years of age, who only speaks Maya and is illiterate in Spanish. She is the mother of seven children. She was arrested on 18 March by officials of the criminal investigation police of the State of Quintana Roo, while she was at home looking after her granddaughter. She is detained in the municipal prison of Felipe Carrillo Puerto Quintana Roo , together with 86 other persons, of whom 85 are men. All these persons have been arrested on charges of committing common offences. On 7 March , the police accused Ambrosio Granados Mohedano — deceased during the trial — and Mary May, of being the likely perpetrators.

History of Sex Education in Mexico

In listing the most relevant resources I gathered at the WAS conference on the subject of sexual and reproductive health SRH in the context of Mexico, here I will outline a brief history of the country's sex education. My own thoughts are in parentheses. Opponents to Sex Education Sexual education in Mexico has always generated conflicting reactions.
Traffic is a American crime drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh and written by Stephen Gaghan. It explores the illegal drug trade from a number of perspectives: users, enforcers, politicians, and traffickers. Their stories are edited together throughout the film, although some of the characters do not meet each other. The film is an adaptation of the British Channel 4 television series Traffik. It features both English and Spanish-language dialogue.