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Emiliano Zapata Salazar was a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution.

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Jovita Idar: She bucked the all-male rule at her father's newspapers in the early 1900s by writing about the horrid conditions under which Mexican-American children were being taught. During the Mexican Revolution, she exposed the Texas Rangers for lynching scores of children, women & men who were crossing the border to seek refuge. During this time, she also organized The White Cross to aid the wounded in both the US and Mexico. Later, she co-founded The League of Mexican Women.

Jovita Idar: She bucked the all-male rule at her father's newspapers in the early 1900s by writing about the horrid conditions under which Mexican-American children were being taught. During the Mexican Revolution, she exposed the Texas Rangers for lynching scores of children, women & men who were crossing the border to seek refuge. During this time, she also organized The White Cross to aid the wounded in both the US and Mexico. Later, she co-founded The League of Mexican Women.

Emiliano Zapata, a champion of agrarian reform and a key protagonist in the Mexican Revolution - Diego Rivera - 1931

Emiliano Zapata, a champion of agrarian reform and a key protagonist in the Mexican Revolution - Diego Rivera - 1931

"Rosita Adelita" -- Valadez chose to combine Rosie the Riveter with La Adelita, a fictional character from the Mexican Revolution, because he says both are feminist archetypes that speak to the empowerment of women.

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"Rosita Adelita" -- Valadez chose to combine Rosie the Riveter with La Adelita, a fictional character from the Mexican Revolution, because he says both are feminist archetypes that speak to the empowerment of women.

Mexican Revolution - merida mexico home architecture - T Magazine jorge marin's home

Mexican Revolution

Mexican Revolution - merida mexico home architecture - T Magazine jorge marin's home

This woman was the inspiration for my Halloween costume a couple of years ago...so bad-ass!

This woman was the inspiration for my Halloween costume a couple of years ago...so bad-ass!

Mexican Revolution - Interactive Feature - T Magazine - courtyard in Merida, Mexico

Mexican Revolution

Against All Odds: The Feminist Movement in Mexico to 1940 - Anna  Macías - Greenwood Press 1982. 1st Edition; 1st Print. Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. The Roots of Feminism in Mexico; 2. Women and the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920; 3. Yucatán and the Women's Movement, 1870-1920; 4. Felipe Carrillo Puerto as Champion of Women's Rights in in Yucatán, 1922-1923; 5. Mexican Women on Their Own, 1924-1930; 6. The Feminist Movement in the 1930s; Conclusion; Bibliographical Essay…

Against All Odds: The Feminist Movement in Mexico to 1940 - Anna Macías - Greenwood Press 1982. 1st Edition; 1st Print. Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. The Roots of Feminism in Mexico; 2. Women and the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920; 3. Yucatán and the Women's Movement, 1870-1920; 4. Felipe Carrillo Puerto as Champion of Women's Rights in in Yucatán, 1922-1923; 5. Mexican Women on Their Own, 1924-1930; 6. The Feminist Movement in the 1930s; Conclusion; Bibliographical Essay…

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