Tejiendo la Memoria 18: Virginia Peña Mendoza, La Comandante Chana

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  •  Introducción | Introduction 
  •  Manuel Sorto, escritor y cineasta salvadoreño, sobre Virginia | Manuel Sorto, writer and filmmaker, speaks about Virginia. 
  •  Narradora: Participación de Virginia y su familia en la lucha de justicia social | Virgina and her family's participation in the struggle for social justice 
  •  Narradora: El caido de Chana en 1986 | Chana's death in combat in 1986 
  •  Fin | End 
 
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Title:Tejiendo la Memoria 18: Virginia Peña Mendoza, La Comandante Chana
Abstract:ESPAÑOL: Este episodio de "Tejiendo la Memoria 18: Virginia Peña Mendoza, la comandante Chana" cuenta la historia de Virginia Peña Mendoza, conocido como Chana, y su participación en la guerra civil en El Salvador a través del Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo (ERP), las Fuerzas Populares de Liberación Farabundo Martí (FPL), y la Brigada Felipe Peña Mendoza. Incluye escritor y cineasta, Manuel Sorto, recordando Virginia, su hermano Comandante Felipe Peña, quien falleció en combate, su hermana Margarita quien fue desaparecida, y su otra hermana Lorena quien sobrevivió. ENGLISH: This episode of "Weaving Memory 18: Virginia Peña Mendoza, Major Chana" tells the story of Virginia Peña Mendoza, also known as Chana, and her participation in the Salvadoran Civil War through the ERP (People's Revolutionary Army), the FPL (Popular Liberation Forces Farabundo Marti), and the Felipe Peña Mendoza Brigade. Manuel Sorto, a writer and filmmaker, recounts his memories about Virginia and her brother Major Felipe Peña, who was killed in combat, her sister Margarita who was disappeared, and her surviving sister Lorena.
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  • Museo de la Palabra y la ImagenRole: Creator
Publisher: Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen; Human Rights Documentation Initiative
Languages:spa
Geographic Base:North America--El Salvador
Type of Resource:Sound
Genre:Sound
Identifier:Mupi-tlm-00006
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