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Source:  Remezcla

Revolution is quite often and erroneously considered a male enterprise.

From Che Guevara to Símon Bolivar, political resistance in Latin America is fundamental to the region’s identity, and yet so much of what’s preserved in textbooks and museums neglects the contributions made by women.

Filmmaker Jenny Murray’s latest film, “Las Sandinistas,” takes a refreshingly different approach in its revisionist her-story of Nicaragua’s Sandinista National Liberation Front, and its toppling of the regime of dictator Anastasio Somoza in 1979.

“Las Sandinistas” is available now on iTunes. 

Read the story at Remezcla.

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