Ancestry defines our identity, our history, our culture that permeates our “tekoha” in Guarani, our way of life in Spanish. That which we do every day of our lives, that which in some cases we stop doing for reasons beyond our desires.
In this episode, you will hear the stories of peasant and farmer women from the community of Edelira, Itapúa, about their learnings, memories, the threats of the production model, and the importance of community organization.
This was an episode of the mini-series “Kuña Remiandu”, a production by Cony Oviedo and Belén Giménez for Radio Cyborgfeminista within the framework of the ancestral technology preservation project by CONAMURI and TEDIC, with the support of the Urgent Action Fund for Latin America and the Caribbean.
This audio is available under the Creative Commons (CC) Attribution Share-Alike 4.0 license. Music used: “Ña ño mongetata” by Fran Villalba, and “Four Years”, “Brother”, and “Brotherhood” by Monplaisir, also under the CC license.