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Experiences and Reflections on a Latin American Feminist Theology of Liberation Using an Ecofeminist Key Towards an Indigenous Women's Perspective

Salazar, Marilú Rojas

Ecumenical Review, December 2010, Vol.62(4), pp.411-422

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  • Título:
    Experiences and Reflections on a Latin American Feminist Theology of Liberation Using an Ecofeminist Key Towards an Indigenous Women's Perspective
  • Autor: Salazar, Marilú Rojas
  • Assuntos: Mexico ; Latin America ; Women ; Feminism ; Liberation Theology ; Religion ; Christianity ; Poverty ; Traditions ; Economic Policy ; Leadership
  • É parte de: Ecumenical Review, December 2010, Vol.62(4), pp.411-422
  • Descrição: [...]I worked with religious women who made a choice in terms of their radical option for the poor during the 1960s and 70s and who had immersed themselves in the midst of the poor in a coherent praxis of life and transforming commitment. [...]ecofeminist theology also advocates for inter-religious dialogue as an element that has its roots in interculturality, since it undertakes the task of recognizing the identity of each culture, as well as their traditions and values, their diverse forms of wisdom, and their religious expressions.

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