Tobias Boos

holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Vienna where he is working as a postdoc in the area of International Politics. Currently he is a research fellow in a collaborative project about the middle class in Argentina and Bolivia during the pink tide in Latin America at CALAS/UNSAM (National University of General San Martín) in Buenos Aires.

Graffiti and Glitter Bombs: An Interview with Alejandra Santillana Ortiz on Mexico's Movement Against Rape

Graffiti and Glitter Bombs: An Interview with Alejandra Santillana Ortiz on Mexico’s Movement Against Rape

As we have seen written on the walls these days, “they will never again have the comfort of our silence,” because we are not willing to back to occupying that place of private silence, of silent submission. In that sense the broken glass, of real estate or the metrobus, etc. do not have, in any way, the same value as our lives. The meaning that we are putting up for debate here is the value of life.