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Author O'Donnell, Katherine.
Title Weaving transnational solidarity : from the Catskills to Chiapas and beyond / by Katherine O'Donnell.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010.

Author O'Donnell, Katherine.
Series Studies in critical social sciences ; v. 24
Critical global studies ; v. 2
Studies in critical social sciences. Critical global studies ; v. 2.
Studies in critical social sciences ; v. 24.
Subject Women in cooperative societies -- Mexico -- Chiapas.
Textile cooperatives -- Mexico -- Chiapas.
Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Chiapas.
Distributive justice -- International cooperation.
Women -- Social networks.
Description 1 online resource (xxvii, 253 pages) : illustrations, map.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Gracias (Thanks); Glossary; List of Illustrations; Preface--!Mujeres adelante! (Women Moving Forward!); PART I FRAMES/LOOMS; Chapter One Introduction: Transnational Solidarity-- Global Justice is Gendered: Civil Society in Resistance; Chapter Two 'For a Life with Justice and Dignity': Indigenous Women's Rights and Voices in Global Context; PART II WEAVERS; Chapter Three 'Ya Gotta Know When to Hold 'Em': Reflections on Fieldwork in the Zona de Conflicto (Conflict Zone); Chapter Four Learning to Walk in Women's Land: The Process of Accompaniment with K'inal Antzetik.
Chapter Five Jolom Mayaetik--Mayan Women's Weaving Co-operative and CollectivismChapter Six Davida y Goliath: Rosalinda Challenges the World Bank; PART III TAPESTRIES; Chapter Seven Creating Transnational Solidarity--Linking Economic, Health, Reproductive, and Political Rights; Chapter Eight Building Intercultural Bridges--Rethinking Academic Practice; Chapter Nine Conclusion--Tying Up Loose Threads (Beads on a Rosary); PART IV APPENDICES; Appendix 1 Rosalinda Santiz Diaz Speech in South Africa at the World Court of Women Against War.
Appendix 2 Micaela Hernández Lopez, Coordinadora, K'inal Antzetik, A.C., "Sembrar Es Nuestra Trabajo Para Construir La Resistencia De Las Mujeres Indigenas" 2001Appendix 3 Micaela Hernández Meza, Coordinadora de K'inal Antzetik, "De trabajadora doméstica a Coordinadora de una ONG"; Appendix 4 Rosalinda Santiz Díaz, International Women's Day Speech; Appendix 5 Syllabus Soc 350 2005 Globalizing Solidarity: Fair Trade, Social Justice, and Human Rights Course delegation to Chiapas, Mexico; Appendix 6 Beijing Declaration of Indigenous Women; Appendix 7 Jolom Mayaetik Web Page and Address.
Appendix 8 List of Supplies and Medicines Needed by the Chol Clinic in 2001Appendix 9 Barbara Schütz, K'inal Antzetik, Letter of Concern to International Planned Parenthood/Global Partners Program 2001; Appendix 10 May 17, 2001 O'Donnell Proposal for Fair Trade-Youth Café in Oneonta, New York; Bibliography; Index.
Summary Book documents contemporary, civil society, political and economic justice organizing by autonomous, Mayan women's weaving cooperative, Jolom Mayaetik, and its sister grassroots, NGO, in Chiapas, Mexico- epicenter of neoliberal globalization and resistanc.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789004187719 (electronic bk.)
9004187715 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 9786613039262
OCLC # 714841582
Additional Format Print version: O'Donnell, Katherine. Weaving transnational solidarity. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010 9789004184947 (DLC) 2010021108 (OCoLC)637709157

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