Through the voices of Bolivian women's organizations, testimonios [testimonials] deliver the message of many: the many who struggle against hierarchy and the status quo in order to organize, the many who seek to form a more representative, inclusive and deliberative State, and the many who, even centuries after the Spanish conquest, continue experiencing both external and internal colonization. A collective Bolivian action, encompassing both distinct and mutual identities, is manifested through these testimonios that serve to amplify the voices of the people. Using the land as a metaphor, the plights of many Bolivian women are explored.
"Bolivia: Subaltern Politics in the age of the new Latin American Left Participation & Representaiion,"
Augsburg Honors Review: Vol. 3
, Article 9.
Available at: https://idun.augsburg.edu/honors_review/vol3/iss1/9