Adelitas: un rifle bien ajustado al rebozo

Adelitas: un rifle bien ajustado al rebozo

Herlinda Perry soldadera de Cd Juarez With a Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine!

Adelita - The women fighting in the revolutionary troops during the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) were generally dubbed “Adelita”, a pet name for Adela. It is now known whether an “original” Adelita...

Adelita - The women fighting in the revolutionary troops during the Mexican Revolution were generally dubbed “Adelita”, a pet name for Adela. It is now known whether an “original” Adelita.

A soldadera of the Mexican Revolution.

A soldadera of the Mexican Revolution - Valentina Ramirez was the most famous of the "Adelitas," the women who took arms in the Mexican Revolution

Adelitas, women who fought side by side the men in the mexican revolution.

La Adelita “Women during that time struggled to fight for a better future for themselves and the generations to come. They fought bravely and selflessly and made their marks in the world.

AQUI, LA AUTENTICA ADELITA    Adela Velarde Pérez.   ENFERMERA oriunda de Ciudad Juárez, fue la persona que inspiró el corrido popular "Adelita".  Fue nieta de Rafael Velarde, amigo de Benito Juárez, quien dio alojamiento al Benemérito de las Américas en su exilio en Paso del Norte.  En 1914, "Adelita" atendió al soldado herido Antonio del Río Armenta, quien le compuso el famoso corrido.

La Mujer en la Revolucion Mexicana " Soldadera " o " Adelita ". Woman of the Mexican Revolution - "Soldadera" or "Adelita"

"Rosita Adelita"by Robert Valadez. The aritst chose to combine Rosie the Riveter with La Adelita, a fictional character from the Mexican Revolution because he says both are feminist archetypes that speak to the empowerment of women. The message Valadez wants to portray to the community through “Rosita Adelita” is Latina female empowerment and pride.

” Valadez chose to combine Rosie the Riveter with La Adelita, a fictional character from the Mexican Revolution because he says both are feminist archetypes that speak to the empowerment of women. The artist is Robert Valadez.

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