El Revolucion

Satellite • Amiorangi

Little Algiers Café • 30 May - 14 June

Hours
8pm Wed 3 June - Freeview CH200
Where
551 Karangahape Rd, Auckland Central Hrs: 7:30am–4:30pm Mon–Fri & 8:30am-3:30pm Sat & 8:30am–2pm Sun
no
Artists
Anna-Maria Bribiesca
Theme

La Adelita was an unknown soldadera who also represented feminism. Las soldaderas and the adelitas were integral in creating Mexico’s future. They forged a path toward equality among both genders.

Many female soldiers were young adolescents. They were women of various ethnicities, including Afro-Mexicans and people of Spanish descent.

The women participated in the Mexican Revolution because of their gender role, as wife, as sister, as the person who does the work necessary for any revolution to happen. Soldiers could not eat and would have starved if it had not been for las soldaderas.

The Brown Beret cause was a contemporary revolt that acknowledged those who came before them!

Little Algiers Café • 30 Haratua - 14 Pipiri

Ngā Haora
8pm Wed 3 Pipiri - Freeview CH200
Wāhi
551 Karangahape Rd, Auckland Central Hrs: 7:30am–4:30pm Mon–Fri & 8:30am-3:30pm Sat & 8:30am–2pm Sun
kāo
Ngā Tohunga Toi
Anna-Maria Bribiesca
Kaupapa

La Adelita he soldadera e mōhiotia ana ko whakaatu feminism. Tīramarama soldaderas me te adelitas tau tōpu i te waihangatanga o te Mehiko. I titoa e rātau he ara ki te oritetanga i roto i te genders.

Little Algiers Cafe Anna Maria

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