She earned an undergraduate degree in ethnology and both a Master's and PhD in Anthropology. During her university studies, she participated in the student uprisings known as Mexico She is the president of Red de Investigadoras por la Vida y la Libertad de las Mujeres Network of Researchers for the Life and Freedom of Women and coordinator of Cassandra Workshops for feminist anthropological studies. Lagarde is credited with being the first person to introduce the concept of "femicide" to Latin American audiences. In epidemic proportions, women were killed in numbers far exceeding what was to be expected by drug violence or internal conflict.
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