Women Changing the World Together.

Ser Mujer is a San Miguel de Allende based group of Mexican, American and Canadian women of all ages working in partnership with community-based organizations.


Our goal is to promote the commonality of women’s issues across cultures, to raise awareness of their challenges, and to celebrate their accomplishments and contributions.


Ser Mujer honors the struggles and successes of women around the world with a series of films, talks, panel discussions, poetry readings and activities throughout San Miguel de Allende.


Ser Mujer presents events in English and Spanish.  Fees are reasonable and affordable for all and no one is turned away.  Proceeds support non-profit organizations in San Miguel and Guanajuato that benefit women.


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march, 2018

06mar7:00 pmFilm "Two Americans"Documentary filmmaker and journalist Valeria Fernández  introduces her film “Two Americans” and discusses the direction in which immigration policies are headed in the U.S.

07mar1:00 pmFilm "Equal means Equal"A powerful documentary film by Kamala Lopez on how women are treated in the U.S. today – from workplace harassment to domestic violence, rape and sexual assault.

07mar3:00 pmArt openingWomen artists of San Miguel present “Woman Unfolding,” depicting women in all stages, of all ages and with many viewpoints. They will be joined by the children of Casa Esperanza.

08mar6:00 pmWOMAN UNFOLDING“Woman Unfolding,” continues at La Huipilista Art Gallery

10mar12:00 pmLove our planetChildren ages 4 – 8 learn fun and creative ways to protect and help Mother Earth in a free workshop with Mila Villasana

13mar7:00 pmFilm "Con Madre"Meet documentary filmmakers Janet Jarman and Clancy McCarty. Their National Geograhic film, “Con Madre,” is about the growing midwifery movement in Guatemala.

16mar1:00 pmFilm "Berta Vive"A documentary film on the work of Honduran environmental activist Berta Caceres, who was murdered in March 2016.

20mar7:00 pmFilm "SOLD"An award-winning feature length film about a 13 year old girl from Nepal who was tricked and trafficked to a prison brothel in India.

22mar2:00 pmHonoring Mother Earth on World Water DayA fun and meditative arts workshop involving embodied writing, journaling and the making of a huge banner.

23mar9:30 amWorld Water Day trip to Pozos Ademato Meet the strong women of Pozos Ademato to hear about their work to improve the health of their community.

24mar3:00 pmWomen’s Concert with Sandra MoranJoin us at 1 PM in the Café at El Sindicato for conversation with Guatemalan activist and member of the Nobel Women’s Initiative, Congresswoman Sandra Moran.  Food and beverages will be available for purchase.  

25maralldaySandra Moran conversationsIn collaboration with Colectivo 41

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