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, a women’s rights organizationthat “like theHijas De Cuauhtémoccombined feminist demands for equality withcomprehensive political reform issues. Its goal was to better the lot of indigenousraces, the peasantry and urban proletariat.” As a leader in PLM, Ramírez oftenrepresented the party before the public, due to the harassment of the group by localauthorities and Pinkerton and Furlong detectives. She was a close friend of RicardoFlores Magón, noted leader of the PLM, with whom she corresponded between 1901and 1904. (also Blackwell, 107-108)44.Teresa and Andrea Villarreal- Originally from Coahuila, Mexico. Teresa-an activerevolutionary labor and feminist organizer, who supported the Partido LiberalMexicano (PLM) during the Mexican Revolution of 1910. She was the sister offellow activists and prominent PLM members Andrea Villarreal and General AntonioIrineo Villarreal González. Andrea-was a Mexican revolutionary, journalist andfeminist. She was often referred to in the press as the Mexican Joan of Arc. (alsoBlackwell, 108-109)45.Feminist Nationalism: Women that broke apart from the Berets and formed lasAdelitas de Aztlan to protest the ways their labor was appropriated and wentunrecognized in running the Free Clinic in East Las Angeles, which was directed byBloria Arellanes. This new form of female solidarity was crafter from their call toaction throughuna familia de hermanas(a family of sisters). The Chicana feministcritique of nationalism should be understood as a critique of the ideology and the waythe cultural logic of nationalism was used to legitimate the patriarchal abuse of powerand authoritarianism. They worked to retrofit nationalism toward racial, gender, andclass liberation, searching for models that moved beyond the masculinist confines ofnationalism.Chicana feminist have critiqued nationalism in the way it was used inthe movement to “legitimate the patriarchal abuse of power” (p.94) because withinthe movement, male activist still saw that men were the head of the family, et.(Blackwell 36)46.1971 Raza Women Conference- Held in Houston, Texas and organized. The womenfrom the Magnolia branch of the YMCA and six hundred Chicanas came from morethan twenty-three different states to participate. It brought together Chicanaorganizations from diverse regions and social movement sectors. It brought together
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Chicana/o Studies DepartmentIntroduction to Chicana/o Studies 1AFall Quarter 2012Section: Wed. @ 6:00 pmwomen from student organizations, unions, the Raza Unida Party, the land grantmovement and community organizers, among others. The conference signaled thegrowth of a national political movement and potential political unity among Chicanasat the height of the Chicano movement. The resolutions passed on issues of Chicanapolitical leadership, sexuality, motherhood, economic justice, reproductive andeducational rights, and the role of Catholic Church in the oppression of Chicanas, aswell as a condemnation of the Vietnam War, reflected the pinnacle and the possibility

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