Feminism is alive-and-well in Latin America, and the proof can be seen in the vibrant art that lines the streets (and walls) of cities throughout the region. Below, take a peek at few of the feminist murals that hope to spread empowerment throughout Latin America:
This poignant mural was left in Mexico City by the Stop Telling Women To Smile campaign.
Members of Colectivo Nahault painted the faces of Nadia Vera, Kimberly Albores and Tatiana Trujilla on a wall in Tuxla, Mexico to draw attention to the country's femicide problem.
This mural adds a pop of Latina sentiment to traditional feminist iconography.
Photo: Instagram @JohannaBrana
A simple-yet-powerful message brightens the streets of Santiago, Chile.
Photo: Instagram @juanxho