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This chapter gives insight into how cross-border solidarity movements can be constructed and sustained by examining MADRE, a community-based international human rights organization advocating for Indigenous women and girls. Using case studies of social justice campaigns across the US-Mexico border, this chapter explores the mechanisms by which networks of protection for Indigenous women and girls can be built simultaneously at grassroots and global levels. Ultimately, these networks strengthen both international and transnational solidarity movements and advocacy and provide community-level resources to defend the rights of Indigenous women and girls.

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