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Ana Castellanos, mother of our dear Mariana Páez. Guerrillera killed by the Colombian army, was captured on February 28, 2009, then found dead in combat. But in the Farian ranks, the force of the common, Marian is still alive.

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The Farianas are still in the struggle to get the rights of the people and women.

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We have not yet disintegrated, we still have such beautiful things that were what we lived in the mountain, which is the union and try to carry and endure, that is, share our collective work.

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“Insurgent Feminism for the FARC is emancipatory in nature and understands that the transformation between structure and super structure (economic and objective living conditions, culture and its consequences in the way the world is understood).”

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Born on April 10, 1782, María Antonia Santos, heroin of The Independence of Colombia, created in the guerrila of Coromoro and Cincelada, in the province of Socorro-Santander, which played an important role in the Battle of Boyacá that sealed our freedom. Passionate, leader and libertarian gave his life with the conviction to free his paw from the colonist yoke.

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Vilma Espín, April 7, 1930, founder of the Federation of Cuban Women in 1960, heroine of the revolution, advocate, promoter and principal conductura of political and state actions to realize the full access of Cuban women to their rights. He received multiple decorations, including “Heroine of the Republic of Cuba”. Woman.

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Alexandra Kollontai was born on March 31, 1872. She was the first woman ambassador in history and one of the benchmarks of female sexual liberation, first woman in a public office for Public Assistance, in 1922 she spoke of the need for a cultural revolution that will lead to equal rights for women.

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Manuela Beltran, a communal woman, her decision to rebel, marked a time of resistance of the people of Socorro against the impressions of the Spanish crown in New Granada.

Heraldo Femenino de la Libertad, born in Socorro Santander on March 13, 1724. The communal rebellion began on March 16, 1781, after plucking and tearing off the declaration of new taxes, established by the government, encouraged the 2,000 people in the square; this act of bravery is recognized as the prelight of popular insurresation and the struggle for independence.

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