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Lena Bartula

Mexique

  • Ville, État San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato MX
  • Situation géographique Amérique du nord
  • Langues English, Spanish
  • Age 67

A propos de moi

Artist/activist/feminist/citizen of the world living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Imagining a world without violence.

Mon Site Internet:

Mon Site Internet (lenabartula.com)

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My work in art installations addresses the status of women through the ages, their stories and voices that have been covered up, their empowerment or disempowerment, the effects this has on subsequent generations.

Je suis passionnée par:

Women's rights, ending violence against women, human rights, organic food, sustainability, education, cross cultural exchange and the power of art.


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The International Violence Against Women Act

The International Violence Against Women Act

The International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA) is a historic and unprecedented effort of the U.S. government to take leadership in establishing an overall and integrated approach to respond and address violence against women and girls internationally. The Act establishes a Coordinator to Combat Violence Against Women Internationally. The time is now to capitalize on this awareness and support and to enact this comprehensive vision to address the problem of violence against women.

Sign a Condolence Card and Show Your Allegiance to Farm Workers

Sign a Condolence Card and Show Your Allegiance to Farm Workers

Add your name to the online condolence card for the family of Maria Isabel, 17-year old heat stroke victim and pledge to do what you can so that other farm worker families do not have to suffer the agony that their family is enduring.



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In order to illuminate the stories of women whose voices have been forgotten or silenced, I have been creating contemporary huipils, the name for traditional Mexican blouses, each of which represents a particular woman or group of women.  

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