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RAQUEL DE QUEIRÓZ
NELLY N. COELHO
JOYCE CAVALCCANTE
NEIDE ARCHANJO
THEREZA MOTTA
NILZA AMARAL
SARA RIWKA ERLICH
ARTURITA PINTO
SUÊRDA BASTOS
ELIANE ARRUDA
LOU DE OLIVIER
SYLVIA PELLEGRINO
LOURDES LEITE
ELIANA BARROSO
NEIDA R. WOBETO
GIZELDA S. MORAIS
NILCE FRANCO BUENO
LUCI COLLIN
NEUSA XIMENES
DENISE FONSECA
CYANA LEAHY
ISA MARA BREDOW
M. CARMO FERREIRA
ZORAIDE MARTINS
MARYSE SCHOUELLA
NEREIDE SCHILARO
SONIA SALES
SONIA LYRA
CLÁUDIA PACCE
ELIANA W. ALYANAK
MARIA JOSÉ LIMA
ÂNGELA BRETAS
ROSÂNGELA S
MARGARIDA REIMÃO
MARIA FERNANDES
CHRIS HERNANDES
GITAHY MEDEIROS
CONSUELO CAMPOS
BRANCA DE PAULA
CRISTINA AGOSTINHO
AGENITA AMENO
LÍLIAN MAIAL
KINA DE OLIVEIRA
ISAURA FERNANDES
ELIANE STODUCTO
EDNA MAYO
BEATRIZ ALCÂNTARA
M HELENA VECCHI
REGINA LYRA
BETI ROZEN
MARTA ALMEIDA
MARISA LAJOLO
MARCIELENA G
VILMA DE OLIVEIRA
ROSA T. BONINI
NEIDE MAIA
LEILA MOTTA SILVA
ROSEMARY P. F. LIMA
LUCINDA PERSONA
NEIDE MAGANHAS
MARTA SODRÉ
CRISTINA F. PINTO
SANDRA COUTO
LUCIENE LIMA
MARA DE FREITAS H.
CLEVANE PESSOA
TEREZA PORTO
DALVA AGNE LYNCH
VALERIA A. CRUZ
NANCI SAMPAIO
LONISE GERSTNER
MONICA C COUTINHO
MARIANA BRASIL
ELIANE ROCHA
LÚCIA LEÃO
ALGEMIRA MACEDO
MAIATY S. FERRAZ
DENISE PARMA S.
BETTY SILBERSTEIN
LAIRCE VASCONCELOS
REGINA VON ARX
YEDDA M SOARES
DÉBORA CASTRO
ROSÂNGELA V. ROCHA
ANA TERRA
HEBE BOA-VIAGEM
ANA CLAUDIA CALOMENI
SHEILA FABRE
M LUIZA FAZOLO
MÔNICA SOLON
TELMA C. BRANCO
ROSY FEROS
RUBIA GALANTE
MARTHA SERRANO
DÉBORA VILLELA
MONICA ROSENBERG
KARIN MASSARO




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Translated by Thereza Christina Rocque da Motta

REBRA — Rede de Escritoras Brasileiras (Brazilian Women Writers' Net) is a non governmental, non profitable association (NGO), which renders services and assembles women writers in Brazil.

Founded on a Women's International Day, March 8, 1999, REBRA wants to level the great injustice that women writers in Brazil, in particular and Brazilian women in general, have suffered and continue to suffer whenever excluded from the historical records of our society.

We have made a public commitment to literature, culture and social justice, understanding that the ideas expressed in written have the power to change human society completely. And this is exactly Rebra's main object and purpose: the improvement of Brazilian society in particular and of Humanity, in general, by means of what is written by their women.

We work in cooperation with a world wide organization with head offices in the United States of America, Women's WORLD - Women's World Organization for Rights, Literature and Development.

In Latin America, we work in partnership with RELAT — REDE DE ESCRITORAS LATINOAMERICANAS, with head offices in Peru, which acts in the South American countries and in Mexico.

Our guidelines:

1— To permanently defend women's universal rights.
2 — To permanently defend the free expression rights of any human being.
3 — To enable the exercise of solidarity and fraternity with no restrictions whatsoever.
4 — To promote the respect and the preservation of the Humanity cultural assets in Brazil and abroad.
5 — To promote the respect and the preservation of the planet's environment.
6 — To repudiate any form of violence to human life.
7 — To publicly repudiate any form of prejudice, tacit or explicit, to the female gender.
8 — To repudiate any form of color, race, faith and gender prejudice.
9 — To fight for justice and equality envisaging the well being of the human race.

We invite any and all who agree with and share these same ideals, to visit our homepage and become more familiar with our work.






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