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Elena Poniatowska, Contributor

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Elena Poniatowska of Mexico received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Women’s Media Foundation in 2006. The author of 20 books, she has been a collaborator and contributor to various Mexican media outlets throughout her career. Poniatowska was one of the founders of Cineteca Nacional (National Film Archives), the newspaper La Jornada and Siglo XXI, one of Mexico’s most prestigious publishing houses. She also helped found the feminist magazine Fem in 1976.

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