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Bibiana Fulchieri studied Communication Sciences, was engaged in graphic photography and works as a photographer years ago. Throughout his career, he was part of different projects , researching in various areas. However, in his work there are key themes: genre, history and photography are merged to become books and research. Overall, Bibiana chooses historical facts , worked from the photographic perspective through the lens of memory. Bibiana chose the year of the fiftieth anniversary of Cordobazo, in 2019, to reflect on the voices that reconstruct that historical moment. In general, the story is told by men. Many years spent struggling for women to become part of the media. It was decades until the female voices began to tell a part of the story. However, inequality continues.
Little by little, with projects like this, we begin to be visible and our voices begin to be heard. But, for equality to be a reality, we must take a few steps backwards, take envy and push ourselves. Review historical facts , of which we were part from the shadows. In which we intervened, but we were not recognized. Dive into the recesses of memory, to remember and be able to narrate from our corporalities the experiences of these events that marked us.
This work is carried out by Bibiana Fulchieri, who studies from photographs and testimonies the participation of women in the largest demonstration in Latin America. Women's Cordobazo is the compilation of the first person testimonies of 20 protagonists of Cordobazo.
In the various political groups, trade unions and organizations, including in the executive, legislative and judicial branches, gender inequality is a reality. They passed more than 50 years of Cordobazo and, despite having won rights, everything remains more or less the same. The positions held by women are minority , being that women make up half of the population. Interventions or actions carried out by feminities are often invisible and boycotted by society.
In 1969, when this insurrection of workers, workers and students took place, the reality of women was very harsh. In the lists of disappeared or detained by the Onganía dictatorship, they weren't even named. The lists had names and surnames of the missing or detained men. But women in that condition appeared on the lists as “feminine.” I repeat: women they weren't even named . So, stripped of their identity, they fought the same.
So, in Cordobazo, the historical event that marked the country and the continent, women's performance was systematically invisible. Until Bibiana did her job. The book Women's Cordobazo tells the experiences of the nameless. He tells “how they lived and what happened to them since that socio-political event of 1969, which contributed to the fall of the dictatorship of Onganía. The foreword is by the writer María Teresa Andruetto and the historical context was made by Ana Noguera, doctor in history, specializing in the study of women's political militancy in the 70's.”
Nene Pena, Soledad Garcia Quiroga, Maria Lila Garcia, Lina Averna, Ida Heumann, Marta Aguirre, Susy Carranza, Isabel Guzman, Marili Piotti, Maria Cristina Salvarezza, Dinora Gebennini, Flora Quinteros, Marta Sagadin, Avelina Ferramola, Susana Fiorito, Lucia Fortuna, Reyna Carranza, Laura Sabasta, Ilda Bustos and Patricia López are the voices that are part of The Cordobazo of women.
Publication Date: 29/05/2020
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