The School As Pensadoras offers training in feminism.

Jacqueline Pitanguy spoke at the inaugural lecture titled Feminisms and Women: Utopias and Dystopias for another Brazil  of the 3rd edition of the course Improvement in Feminisms. The class took place on February 7 and focused on  the dystopia created by narratives that bring collective fear to sectors of the population through false truths such as that feminism destroys families, communism will end the country and that  gender ideology is related to boys turning into girls. She also highlighted how these narratives are used as political strategies that lead to hatred and intolerance. Amanda Castro spoke about her Phd research on social networks, highlighting the importance of these networks in political action. The class was mediated by Professor Rita Machado.

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