Mariana Álvarez Castillo is a Diasporic, Caribbean and Decolonial Feminist, who holds a bachelor of Arts from the Central University of Venezuela and a Master’s Degree in Image Studies from the Alberto Hurtado University of Chile. She currently works as an Audiovisual Producer in Mexico City and writes for Afroféminas Magazine.
By Mariana Álvarez Castillo • Originally published on Afroféminas Magazine • Regarding the feminist commemoration dates, it is important to think about some of the … Continue reading Dispute the Questions: Reflections on non-hegemonic feminism in Latin America
By Mariana Álvarez Castillo • Originally published on Afroféminas Magazine • Delphine Desane (B. 1988) places moments of her world in limbos of colors: from … Continue reading Bodies and Forcefulness: The experience of blackness in the work of Delphine Desane