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Breaking the Silence: State violence towards Triqui women of Oaxaca, Mexico
Natalia De Marinis
, 2011, vol. 54, issue 4, pages 480-484
Natalia De Marinis analyzes the violence and displacement experienced by Triqui women who live in Oaxaca, Mexico, as part of the State violence in the Triqui area, especially towards indigenous communities that claim their autonomy and rights.
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