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Cuban women confront the future

Vilma EspiМЃn Guillois

Cuban women confront the future

three decades after the revolution

by Vilma EspiМЃn Guillois

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Published by Ocean, Distributed in the USA by the Talman Co. in Melbourne, Vic, Australia, New York, NY, USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cuba,
  • Cuba.
    • Subjects:
    • Espín Guillois, Vilma, 1930- -- Interviews,
    • Women -- Cuba -- Social conditions,
    • Women"s rights -- Cuba,
    • Feminism -- Cuba,
    • Feminists -- Cuba -- Interviews,
    • Women communists -- Cuba -- Interviews

    • Edition Notes

      Chiefly articles and interviews with the author previously published between 1988 and 1989.

      StatementVilma Espín ; edited by Deborah Shnookal.
      ContributionsShnookal, Deborah.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1507 .E8 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination78 p. :
      Number of Pages78
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1296732M
      ISBN 101875284249
      LC Control Number92160380

      In Cuba, women have equal constitutional rights as men in the economic, political, cultural and social fields, as well as in the family. According to Article 44 of the Cuban Constitution, "The state guarantees women the same opportunities and possibilities as men in order to achieve woman’s full participation in the development of the country."Maternal mortality (per ,): 39 (). The Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) was founded in by Wilma Espín, a prominent member of Fidel’s July 26 Movement and wife of Raúl Castro. The FMC organizes woman in neighborhoods throughout Cuba, providing women with an opportunity to discuss their particular needs and concerns, and it has a constitutionally guaranteed voice in the.

      La mujer en Cuba / Vilma Espín. Format Book Published La Habana: Editora Política, Description p. ; 18 cm. Uniform series Colección Omnibus (Havana, Cuba) Subject headings Federación de Mujeres Cubanas. Women--Cuba--Social conditions. Women in Cuba – an overview. From economically dependent to independent. % of Cuban professionals and intermediate-level technicians are women In , women constituted % of the work force and now represent % of public employees. During the special period, the number of women employed has increased.

      The Federation of Cuban Women (Spanish: Federación de Mujeres Cubanas) (FMC) was established in under the revolutionary government with Vilma Espín as its president. Espin fought in the Sierra Maestras with Fidel Castro and Raul Castro and married Raul in She was the president of the FMC till her death in The FMC was deeply involved in the Cuban Literacy Campaign and in. The Status of Cuban Women: From Economically Dependent to Independent By Raisa Pages [from Granma International] % of Cuban professionals and intermediate-level technicians are women In , women constituted % of the work force and now represent % of public employees.


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Published Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Ocean ; New York, NY, USA: Distributed in the USA by the Talman Co., Description 78 p.: ill. ; 22 cm. Other contributors. Cuban Women. 1K likes. Personal Blog. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a ers: K. The FMC is a non-governmental organization that has an advisory role in all Cuban affairs relating to women.

It is an organization that is actively promoted and supported by all leaders of the revolution and by Cuban government. It has over million members and represents 86 percent of Cuban women. Women in Cuba: the making of a revolution within the revolution by Vilma Espín Guillois (Book); Cuban women confront the future: three decades after the revolution by Vilma Espín Guillois (Book); Women and revolution: the living example of the Cuban revolution by Asela de los Santos Tamayo (Book).

Internet Links: There is an excellent timeline for Cuban Feminism from the University of Pennsylvania, here. You can reach the United Nations' Women Watch page for Cuba here. The Women and Gender in Latin America: Anthropology / Economics / Sociology webpage at the Univ.

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Cuban women continue to have the double burden of laboring at the workplace as well as at home. In addition, they are at the center of a very serious issue that is being talked about in Cuba today: domestic violence against women. Women are not allowed to organize independently to deal with that issue.

Cuban Women Confront the Future avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving 4/5. Aww cuban Women well guys what can i say. we`ve all been to cuba right´, and i`m sure we all agree that cuban women are some of the most beautiful women in the world.

second to my wife that is. before i got married i`d take a quick trips to cuba for some fun, sun and yes the chicas. The FMC [Federación de Mujeres Cubanas/Federation of Cuban Women] was a huge mass organization, at one point representing 80 percent of all Cuban girls and women over the age of fourteen.

Its stated goal was to mobilize women in support of the revolution and to bring women’s needs to the attention of the revolutionary : Elizabeth Quay Hutchison. Cuban Women Cuba - one of the largest of the Caribbean islands, the climate of which consists of three hundred days of sunshine a year.

Not without reason has lived in Cuba, a. Some 82 percent of married Cuban women 15 to 49 regularly use birth control, compared with 70 percent in the U.S. Abortions are free of stigma and charge, and they are readily available and Author: M. Faraday. [tweetmeme source=”connergo” only_single=false] Back in the s, when everyone from priests to sugar barons were fighting for their piece of the pie (and their piece of mulatta ass, let's be frank), this island was known as "la siempre fidelísima Isla de Cuba." The forever faithful island of Cuba.

As a yuma married to a Cuban. In her book, Cuban Women Confront the Future: Three Decades after the Revolution, she describes that a strong female consciousness began: “in and [when] the first and second feminist congresses took place in Cuba. Vilma Espín, Cuban Women Confront the Future (Australia, ), p.

11 recounts how during the s, leaders of the FMC saw to it that a Family Code was passed that demanded shared obligation between men and women in the arenas of parenthood and domestic duties and special arrangements were made to help relieve the ‘double shift’ of Cited by:   “Cuban women have advanced a lot in the areas of equal rights compared with years ago and other countries in Latin America,’’ Dayma Echevarria Leon, a sociologist, professor at the University of Havana and visiting scholar at Columbia, told me by email from Havana.