By: Julie Liardet
Cross-posted from WorldCrunch
Originally released on September 09, 2012
GENEVA – People strolling, music, smiles, bursts of laughter. Customers walk between clothes and trinkets, homegrown zucchini and children’s games, spread on tables or on the ground. A neighbor has brought his electric razor; another has just found a book by French sociologist Marcel Mauss
An interview with Congresswoman Estela Hernandez of El Salvador
By Beverly Bell
February 11, 2015
Estela Hernandez, congresswoman, social movement leader, and radical democracy advocate.
Estela Hernandez is both a member of the national assembly and a leader in the transformational social movement, La Coordinadora of the Lower Lempa and the Bay of Jiquilisco in rural El Salvador. Here, Hernandez talks about a radical vision and practice of direct, participatory democracy by the citizens in the government of the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front, or FMLN.