Along the Avenida de Mayo toward the National Congress, the Feminist Union Block was a protagonist of the International Strike, denouncing sexist violence and the economic adjustment in favor of IMF policies, inflicted on the homes of the masses and of workers in an absence of social policies by the national government. We are all workers and built unity, in the face of a sociopolitical context with a sexist right wing which organizes to overturn and threaten the rights that we conquered with mobilized organizing and in the streets. We say the debt is with us, because we're more vulnerable, poorer and with less sources of work. Facing double and triple work shifts due to caregiving labor in our homes, cafeterias, soup kitchens, and community spaces, we demand wage recognition and rights for the women and diversities that perform these tasks. We denounce the Justice Department, always on the side of corporations and transnationals, ruling in favor of the businessmen who put our democracy in danger. It is used as an instrument of political persecution, it promotes the subjugation of our territories and ancestral peoples, it persecutes social leaders, fighters, and ancestral peoples like our Mapuche sisters. That's why we organize ourselves to demand a feminist judicial reform. Warning: Strong pressure from extractivist interests in our territory, monoculture, hoarding. Alejandra Angriman, Trades Secretary of the Autonomous CTA (Workers' Central of Argentina), President of the Women's Committee of the Union Confederation of the Americas: “We celebrate our gains and we continue fighting for everything that we still lack as women and diverse peoples in Argentina and Latin America, universal rights must be implemented, because neoliberalism seeks for only certain sectors to have access to rights and public policies. Equity, care policies are issues on our urgent agenda that demands that the state warrant these universal policies — an example being the implementation of preschools or childcare in our workplaces, as well as in our neighborhoods and institutions of learning.