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Mexican women's activist Leyda Silva speaks in San Francisco
Rubble interviews Leyda Silva, a leading member of the Socialist Worker's Party of Mexico (POS). She is a teacher in Mexico City, has worked on student issues and been jailed for six weeks for involvement in UNAM struggles. She was in San Francisco for the annual Radical Women socialist-feminist-based conference held on October 3-6 in San Francisco, where she spoke on a panel entitled "Magnificant Warriors: Female Leadership in the Global Freedom Struggle". The interview takes place in the Women's Building on October 4 during the Conference. (33 minutes)
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