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Operación Araña: reflections on how a performative intervention in Buenos Aires's subway system can help rethink feminist activism
On July 31, 2018, Buenos Aires's subway system was overtaken by a public intervention under the name "Operación Araña," co-organized by Ni Una Menos - a feminist social movement focused on gender violence -, the Campaign for the Right to Legal, Safe, and Free Abortion, unionized metro workers, and more than seventy organizations, with the overall intention of affirming women's autonomy and calling attention to several social issues with direct impact on their lives. This study weaves a seriesdoi:10.1590/s2178-14942020000200004 fatcat:zyuwtangxfentnpmylsetxyyoi