At the Alternative Mining Indaba held in Cape Town South Africa, the People’s Dialogue, the Rural Women’s Assembly, Women on Farms, Women Affected by Mining in Action (WAMUA) and WoMin organized a public meeting where women affected by mining and industrial agriculture shared their powerful testimonies regarding the structural violence that they face. The event, entitled “They Are Killing Us: Violence Against Women in Extractives Dialogue,” brought together women from different parts of Africa to not only share the ways in which extractivist violence structures their personal and public lives, but to also build collective power across borders. Photo credit: Rural Women’s Assembly