“Yes, the afro people is music, dance, culture, but it is also a provider of great scientific knowledge”
The Reframed Stories Project asks people to respond to dominant themes in news coverage about themselves or issues that affect them. The stories center on the reflections of persons who...
"...we are indigenous women, we are culture, we are tradition, we are land autonomy, we are protectors and the guarantee that we conserve Mother Nature."
"We have fought for this topic [political participation] a lot because we haven’t been able to achieve it yet, but we keep going.
"We, the Arhuaco women have great importance."
"Especially at a local level, I would want the words “black feminism” to be present."
"The current reality shown by this word cloud for feminicide reflects the lack of awareness about the issue.."
" I think the main words of the [Mapuche] people are ‘culture,’ ‘Newen,’ or land, ‘spiritual,’ ‘spirituality,’ ‘worldview,’ ‘society,’ as well as ‘autonomy,’ and ‘language’ since we are a Nation."
"The [Afro] People's struggle has been made invisible. Everything that the Afro People are doing and saying is not being told or documented."
In this WordFrames post, we explore the tricky and complicated media conversations around "insurgents" and "terrorists" in reference to the Rohingya, specifically members of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, from Myanmar.
Hello everyone. Here's a monthly update about what the NewsFrames community has been up to for the past month or so… we've been busy! This will likely be one of...