SFYN Podcast
[ES] Voices from the roots: Yolotzin Bravo y Zarasisa Wakamaya

[ES] Voices from the roots: Yolotzin Bravo y Zarasisa Wakamaya

October 26, 2020

[Episodio en español] En "Voices from the roots", los narradores indígenas les llevarán a Kenya, Zambia, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Kirguistán, Uganda y muchos otros países, para conocer sus comunidades, visitar sus casas, escuchar sus sueños y logros personales. 

Hoy seguimos con otro episodio dedicado a los jóvenes indígenas de nuestra red, escuchando el relato de Yolotzin Bravo, en Chiapas, México y Zarasisa Wacamaya en Cañar, Ecuador. Ellas nos van a contar historias sobre la cosmogonía que han sido transmitidas en sus comunidades de generación en generación. Yolotzin en particular nos va a platicar sobre el origen de la milpa en Chiapas y Oaxaca, dos estados de México. Zarasisa, por otro lado, nos va a narrar una historia tradicional muy especial de cómo nació su comunidad, el pueblo Cañari. 

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Host y producción: Valentina Gritti

Música: Leonardo Prieto Dorantes

Voices from the roots: Martin Oltinki (Kenya)

Voices from the roots: Martin Oltinki (Kenya)

October 16, 2020

In 'Voices from the Roots', Indigenous storytellers will take you to Kenya, Zambia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Kyrgyzstan, Uganda and many other countries, to meet their communities, to visit their houses, to listen to their dreams and personal achievements. 

In this episode the young Maasai Martin Oltinki, tells us how his daily life looks like, how his pastoralist community is structured and especially what the important roles of women are within the Maasai community.

We will also listen to the song that Maasai women sing to cows to produce more milk! Finally, Martin will tell us what he started doing, in order to support his people during Covid-19 crises. 

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[EN] Voices from the roots: Lizet Bautista Patzi (Bolivia)

[EN] Voices from the roots: Lizet Bautista Patzi (Bolivia)

October 2, 2020

In 'Voices from the Roots', Indigenous storytellers will take you to Kenya, Zambia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Kyrgyzstan, Uganda and many other countries, to meet their communities, to visit their houses, to listen to their dreams and personal achievements. 

Today, Lizet Bautista Patzi will make us travel with her story to Bolivia. She is going to share with us a little bit of her life from her childhood as a farmer in the mining region of Colquiri, to her achievements as a cook in recent years. With a very humble voice, Liz tells us her inspiring story and makes us imagine the colors of her drawings and the aromas of her dishes. Liz, make us travel with you!

 

Thanks to Ana Silvia Garcia Castellanos for the dubbing. 

[ES] Voices from the roots: Lizet Bautista Patzi (Bolivia)

[ES] Voices from the roots: Lizet Bautista Patzi (Bolivia)

September 21, 2020

[Episodio en español] En "Voices from the roots", los narradores indígenas les llevarán a Kenya, Zambia, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Kirguistán, Uganda y muchos otros países, para conocer sus comunidades, visitar sus casas, escuchar sus sueños y logros personales. 

El día de hoy, Lizet Bautista Patzi nos hará viajar con su cuento hacia Bolivia. Ella nos va a compartir un poquito de su vida desde su niñez como campesina en la región minera de Colquiri, hasta sus logros como cocinera en los últimos años. Con voz humilde, Liz nos cuenta su historia inspiradora y nos hace imaginar los colores de sus dibujos y los aromas de sus platillos. 

Liz ¡haznos viajar contigo! 

Voice from the Roots: Ochen Umar Bashir (Uganda)

Voice from the Roots: Ochen Umar Bashir (Uganda)

September 16, 2020

In 'Voices from the Roots', Indigenous storytellers will take you to Kenya, Zambia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Kyrgyzstan, Uganda and many other countries, to meet their communities, to visit their houses, to listen to their dreams and personal achievements.  

In his story Bashir doesn't want to share negative - Covid 19 inspired - thoughts with us. Instead, he wants to cheer us up with two funny anecdotes that happened to him when he had his first encounters with the “westernized world”.

Voices from the Roots: Njavwa Thresa Bwalya (Zambia)

Voices from the Roots: Njavwa Thresa Bwalya (Zambia)

September 7, 2020

In 'Voices from the Roots', Indigenous storytellers will take you to Kenya, Zambia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Kyrgyzstan, Uganda and many other countries, to meet their communities, to visit their houses, to listen to their dreams and personal achievements.  

Today we will listen to the story of Njavwa Thresa Bwalya, an indigenous Zambian girl from the Bemba tribe from the Northern part of Zambia. Her strength, determination and faith, led her to escape from a critical family situation in extreme poverty and to being the first graduated woman in her community. Thresa is a food scientist, a SFYN activist and a programme Officer at Zambia Alliance of Women. Thresa’s story is particularly inspiring and listening to it will make you reflect on your current situation and the infinite possibilities you have in front of you. 

Equity, Inclusion and Justice: a conversation with Jim Embry #SFYNtalks

Equity, Inclusion and Justice: a conversation with Jim Embry #SFYNtalks

July 24, 2020

Slow Food Youth Network wants to raise attention for the concept of social justice within our movement and in the food system, because we believe that this particular historical moment is pivotal for a shift in the definition of human rights and we as a movement want to be part of this change towards a more just and fair food system and world. 

 

Today we will have the pleasure of listening to Sara Jean Whelan, from SFYN USA in Vermont and part of the SFYN Global steering committee, who interviewed Jim Embry, one of the creators of the SF USA manifesto for equity, inclusion and justice (the EIJ manifesto). Jim describes the milestones in the history of human rights in the USA, his view on developing a manifesto and how the latest events and the current social debate created a momentum for the manifesto to get a stronger position within Slow Food and beyond.

Mexico: Food sovereignty on the plate

Mexico: Food sovereignty on the plate

June 16, 2020

We are in Mexico and investigate different approaches towards food sovereignty of Slow Food activists with different backgrounds in México. In the final episode, Valentina speaks with Claudia Ruiz Sántiz, a young indigenous chef and owner of restaurant Kokonó, young chef Armando Cajero and Isaac Díaz, a craft sausage maker, about food sovereignty from a gastronomy perspective.

Mexico: Food sovereignty is politics

Mexico: Food sovereignty is politics

June 8, 2020

We are in Mexico and investigate different approaches towards food sovereignty of Slow Food activists with different backgrounds in México. In episode 2 Valentina talks with SFYN members Larizza Aquino, an artisanal baker, and Vinik Juré, an anthropologist expert in Mezcal, about food sovereignty from an anthropological and political perspective.

Mexico: Food sovereignty on the field

Mexico: Food sovereignty on the field

May 29, 2020

We are in Mexico and investigate different approaches towards food sovereignty of Slow Food activists with different backgrounds in México. In episode 1 Valentina talks with Alma Rosa Garcia, coordinator of the Slow Food Presidium of the Chontalpa Cacao, and Santiago Aguilar Zilli, a young agro-ecological farmer in Veracruz, about food sovereignty from a farmers perspective.

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