The process of emancipation is an essential factor for a correct and healthy development of existence. We must therefore be able to escape the logic of the oppressors, that is, of individuals who artfully create situations of subjection. To emancipate oneself therefore means to become autonomous and independent from any nefarious authority. Emancipation means freeing oneself from economic dependence, from ignorance, but above all from traditions, conventions, prejudices, family and all those conventions and ties that limit one's freedom and autonomy.
Emancipation cannot be limited to a slogan, but is above all a mental state, a victory of intellect and reason, a force that is born and forms in everyone's conscience, because one's rights must be claimed, defended and protected.
Embarking on the path of emancipation therefore means breaking the chains of submission, ignorance and poverty.