“Perhaps we can imagine the movement for women’s liberation as a colorful, varied patchwork of fabric: each piece of cloth distinct and textured, interconnected at specific points and diverging at others. The absence of a single face is an invitation to all women to weave their narratives into the fabric of genuine women’s liberation. It is this patchwork of cloth that we must carry through the threshold the current pandemic offers: a gateway to a possible world beyond capitalism and its fascist empires, beyond patriarchy and its ruling lords. When we cover our faces, in the tradition of MAKIBAKA and in solidarity with billions protecting each other from disease and resisting injustice, we do not retreat from the world. We equip ourselves with the tools to stitch it anew.”“Bandanas” by Angeli Lacson
This coloring zine is a collection of texts and images about women who utilize the mask in protest. Featured are the Zapatistas of Mexico, the MAKIBAKA women of the Philippines, the Guerrilla Girls of the USA, Pussy Riot of Russia, the feminists of Chile, and the face mask-wearing women in the pandemic. Send us a message if you want to access the PDF and the image files for coloring!
Publication Date: 2020
Size: 5.85” x 8.27”
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