Collective Motherhood



A conversation meant to confront myths around motherhood and encourage a culture of care.


When becoming a mother, women often face dangerous health systems, laws that criminalize their bodies, inequitable caregiving responsibilities, and much more. Celebrating mothers should go beyond gifting flowers and chocolates, and instead center around challenging the violent systems that force motherhood to be a direct response of patriarchal interests. The event hosted by Alianza Americas and Paso a Paso will review concepts, fears, and aspirations around maternity and encourage a process of collective healing when analyzing the ways these experiences have shaped us.


Suggested registration donation: $25


All proceeds will benefit Alianza Americas and Paso a Paso’s collaborative fundraising campaign, Building a Better Life, One Step at a Time. Learn more.



  • Karla Lara – Honduran interpreter, singer-songwriter, journalist, activist and human rights defender.
  • Patricia Toledo – Plastic and graphic artist and instructor of artistic workshops.


  • Silvia Heredia Martínez – Coordinator of the socio-educational program Paso a Paso.
  • Maura Serrano – Coordinator of the women’s group at Paso a Paso.
  • Karina Coto – Educator of the socio-educational program Paso a Paso.


*This event will be held in Spanish with English interpretation*


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