Revisiting Mexican(a) Labor History through Feminismo Transfronterista From Tampico to Texas and Beyond, 19101940 Sonia Hernández . . . para el buen desarrollo de la lucha emprendida en pro de nuestros presos y de todos aquellos que caigan por la lucha . . . . . . for the good of the struggle in support of those who have been incarcerated and to those who risk their lives to continue the fight . . . Caritina M. Piña, July 3, 1930 On June 16, 1930, a young Mexicana, Caritina M. Piña, proceeded to the meeting hall of organized workers from Pierce Oil in the Gulf Coast town of Villa Cecilia. She was to deliver a report to nine labor organizations and their representatives who had come together for a special meeting. The meeting commenced at 10 p.m. and was called to order by members of the Comité Internacional Pro-Presos Sociales (International Committee to Free Social Prisoners), for which Piña served as the person in charge of correspondence. After roll call and a quick report on the finances of the committee and a summary of its efforts to prevent Baja California social prisoners from deportation to the Islas Marías,
Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies – University of Nebraska Press
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