Rede Nacional de Feministas Antiproibicionistas is a network formed in 2014 by cis women, trans women, trans men, non-binary people and drug users, that organizes in local centers in 13 states of the country (Pernambuco, Ceará, Bahia, Sergipe, Amapá, Rio Grande do Norte, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina, Amazonas, Pará and Distrito Federal).
They are survivors of the impacts caused by the war on drugs, which is a war on people. They have gathered over all these years people with diverse experiences, mostly Black, residents of peripheral territories, survivors of imprisonment, sex workers, consiladiting strategies of care and political organization, learning to transform violations, pain, trauma and guilt in agendas of anti-racist and anti-prohibitionist feminist struggle, connecting the action that we perform in the 5 regions of the country, with Latin America and the world.
Rede Nacional de Feministas Antiproibicionistas receives funding support from the Black Feminist Fund through our Sustain Fund.
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