For more than three decades women who survived Argentina’s military dictatorship have led efforts to put ex-military leader behind bars for human rights crimes. Their courage and never ending will to fight has helped re-open trials to convict former members of the military dictatorship for human rights abuses.
Marie Trigona is a writer, video maker, radio producer and translator. Her work focuses on labor, human rights, community media and social movements in Latin America. Her writing has appeared in publications including Z Magazine and ZNet, NACLA, Monthly Review, Canadian Dimension, The Buenos Aires Herald, Left Turn, Americas Program, Venezuela Analysis, Upsidedown World, Dollars and Sense and many others. She reports for Free Speech Radio News, a daily syndicated radio news program broadcast in the U.S. Her radio work has also aired on PRI's The World and Radio France International.