A success of the World March of Women as a global organization is to have maintained processes and agendas of struggle during the time of the pandemic. This undoubtedly required an organization with flexible structures and adaptable to change and, above all, open to reinvent itself in the face of adversity. One of these projects which had to be reinvented was the Berta Cáceres International Feminist Organizing School (IFOS). For months, IFOS brought together women from 38 countries, who exchanged experiences and shared knowledge. The school was a place where we met to continue discussions of the movement, even to make a collective reading of the "new normal" that the pandemic imposed. The IFOS was that space and time where we collectively had the opportunity to build that intersectional view of life and experiences of struggle from the grassroots and popular feminist movement, at a time when the call to immobility, to stay at home and isolate oneself from the collective was constant. But, in addition, the IFOS was a place and time to renew dreams and projects such as a training school for Our American continent, our Abya yala. So it was: many continental meetings, many face-to-face and virtual meetings had as an agenda item the construction of a learning space to create bonds, senses of belonging and identity and, ultimately, this would make the march grow on the continent from a critical view of its militancy that is only possible when we cultivate an awareness of our oppressions as much as the awareness of the power we have to transform them. The IFOS experience and materials such as the IFOS Guide and its pedagogical toolkit (https://ggjalliance.org/IFOSGuidebook/) made implementing the project of the Berta Cáceres Feminist School WMW Américas much easier. The Berta Cáceres Feminist School WMW Américas is a space where, twice a month, women and gender non-conforming people from all regions of the continent meet and we recognize the diversity and plurality that we are, sharing the feelings and thoughts of our territorial struggles. It is a training process for action that arises to draw up a common strategy against capitalism, patriarchy and colonialism, at a time when they seem strengthened by covid-19 and the repressive deployment that arose under the excuse of controlling the contagion. The Berta Cáceres F.S. WMW-Américas brings us together in our diversity, finds us as Caribbean and mainland, as indigenous and Afro-descendant peoples, as rural and urban women, as dissidents of heteronormativity to continue marching until we are all free.