In Seville, Spain, on March 8, 2018, a group of more than 100,000 people takes to the streets to march for International Women’s Day. Within this crowd are three women from three different generations who share stories about their experiences with gender discrimination, their plights, and their ideas on how to win this battle with…

Molly Hostetler, Sarah Stein, and Harrison Wills are English teaching assistants at public elementary, middle, and high schools in Seville. As participants in CIEE’s fully immersive program Teach in Spain for teachers and recent college graduates, they gain valuable experience teaching abroad for a year, while still being able to explore their new city and…

Homosexuality has been the subject of mistaken viewpoints in different areas, such as in cultural life. The position of the brotherhoods of Seville’s Holy Week in this matter is characterized by a rejection based on ignorance. Borja, a young member of a brotherhood, lives his sexual orientation based on the foundation of these religious organizations….

Discrimination agains women has generally declined in different professional fields, but it still coexists in established practical methods. Culture, specifically music, has lacked feminine figures that represent the collective in this area since its existence. Clarisa Guerra belongs to a sevillian band, and has experienced firsthand the problems that result from the sexism that creates…

Members of FAKALI during the demonstration in Seville to commemorate International Women’s Day, March 8th, 2018. Sandra Heredia Fernández is at the center. A LITTLE GIRL WITH STRAIGHT BROWN HAIR stares into the video camera and declares, “I will be Doctor Samara Hernández.” She then quickly smiles, forming small wrinkles around her eyes. “I love…