Histories of women, including global histories of women’s knowledge of and connection to the land, are often rendered invisible in Western patriarchal narratives. Peruvian feminist and visual artist María Acha-Kutscher is fighting the erasure of women in history by drawing women who are at the forefront of resisting rape culture, racism and gender-based violence into a visible media platform. Her vibrant digital drawings portray a diversity of global women activists that span international social and political movements. Acha-Kutscher is depicting land defenders such as Melania Chiponda in her #DefendHer campaign and is focusing on visually amplifying Indigenous women’s portraits, including Zapatista movement women Commanders Esther and Ramona, and Macedonia Blas Flores, coordinator of “Fot’zi Ňaňho AC” (Help the Ňaňho). Photo credit: María María Acha-Kutscher