The Justice for My Sister Collective is launching an online fundraiser on Kickstarter to expand the campaign's transnational work and supply various women's organizations with educational material to end gender-based violence. Our goal is to raise $20,000 in less than a month! We’d truly appreciate your help by making a donation during this holiday season.

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One in every five women will be sexually assaulted and in Central America over 90% of domestic violence or murder cases are never solved. Your support will help give these unresolved cases more visibility, and promote healthy relationships between men and women by bringing training materials and DVDs to 20 organizations in the U.S, Mexico, and Central and South America. Each partner organization will receive an allotment of $250 to carry out local organizing efforts and document their events. 

Make a donation to receive our great gifts! One of the gifts for a select group of donors will be to personally meet Kate del Castillo at a meet-and-greet in Los Angeles, California. We’re also offering the Justice for My Sister documentary soundtrack composed by Grammy Award-winning musicians Martha Gonzalez and Quetzal Flores, as well as hip-hop Chilean artist Ana Tijoux. Another memorable gift is a specially-tailored music compilation that promotes healthy relationships with musical contributions from today’s hottest artists Maya Jupiter, Las Cafeteras, Zuzuka Poderosa, Los Rakas, and La Mechanica Popular, Viento Callejero, and more. 

The award-winning documentary film Justice for My Sister takes an intimate look at violence against women in Guatemala by chronicling the three-year journey of Rebeca as she tries to hold her sister's killer accountable. 

The film serves as the centerpiece of a transnational campaign to promote healthy relationships and denounce gender-based violence and femicide/feminicide.

The Justice for my Sister Collective is a co­-ed, feminist, pro­-immigrant rights organization that advocates for women's access to justice and gender equality. We currently have a chapter in Guatemala City and a chapter in Los Angeles, California. We have identified partner organizations throughout 20 countries who use our film and educational materials and toolkits to further their own local campaigns and promote gender equity using popular education techniques through the arts: film, theater, music, painting, oral history, and photography.