Where does it take place?
The white, western and heterosexual male is situated at the top of the scale of the human; everything else is otherness. Pastora Filigrana proposes a look at the strategies of resistance to capitalism, patriarchy and colonialism, historical and current, of the gypsy people, the otherness par excellence in Europe. In these forms of life we find practices of self-management of conflicts, resistance to the neoliberal production and consumption model, or advanced forms of grassroots mutualism. All this has been and is the object of punishment, criminalization and invisibility by the dominant discourse, for which it is urgent to value these ways of life and combat social stigmatization.
Filigrana Shepherdess: She is a member of the Andalusian Union of Workers, and defender of fundamental rights. Anti-racist activist.