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My Life, Our Struggle
1979
Color
43 minutes
Brazil
Portugese
English subtitles

My Life, Our Struggle

On the outskirts of Sao Paulo, Brazil's largest city, a group of poor women decided to organize their community to improve the conditions of poverty in which they lived. Grupo de Maes de Vila Campo Limpo led a community struggle to achieve the basic necessities: decent childcare, health, nutrition, and jobs.
Screenings
• Latino Film Festival, New York, 1984
• Nairobi Women's Film Forum, 1985
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