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A discuss of feminist liberation theology in Latin America by Mary E. Hunt at the Graduate Theological Union at UC Berkeley, date unknown but likely late 1981. Hunt, a lesbian feminist theologian, spent eighteen months working in Argentina. In this talk, Hunt explores what relevance feminism has to women in Latin America and how her feminism enters into her work with the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo. Hunt was the visiting Professor of Systematic Theology at ISEDET, the ecumenical Protestant seminary in Buenos Aires and also collaborates with the staff of Servicio Paz y Justicia, a center for nonviolent social change in Buenos Aires. Produced by Karla Tonella.

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