Is A Besieged And Deeply Misunderstood Country While Hostage Negotiations And The War On Drugs Make Headlines, Indigenous Colombians Are Actively Building An Alternative Battleground For Justice And Peace And They Re Using The Airwaves To Do It Award Winning Journalist Mario A Murillo Introduces The World To Colombia S Popular Media Movement, A Fierce And Creative Force Of Change In This War Torn Nation, Linking The Global Struggles Against Media, Corporate, And State Plutocracy Voices Of Resistance Vividly Chronicles An Indigenous Trailer Å Resistance on the Air PDF by ¾ Mario A.
Murillo Led, Broad Based National Effort To Effectively Transform Society Through Media And OrganizingThe Storytelling Focus In These Pages Is Indigenous Radio, Particularly The Community Built Media Hub Radio Payu Mat In One Example Of Grassroots Innovation, An Indigenous Reporter Rides Alongside A March On A Radio Cicleta A Tandem Bicycle With A Loudspeaker And Small Transmitter His Bike Radio Sends Reports Back To A Student Run Radio Station, Which Relays That Signal To Radio Payu Mat S , Watt Transmitter As A Result, A Much Larger Audience Suddenly Has Access To An Event Typically Ignored By Colombia S Commercial MediaUnfolding Against A Backdrop Of Corporate Globalization, Militarization, And A Racist Media And Political System, Murillo Documents A Community S Resistance To A Long History Of Undemocratic Media That Has Deliberately Excluded Marginalized Voices From The National Airwaves Voices Of Resistance Is The First Book In English To Reveal The Convergence Of A Powerful Movement With A National Campaign For Media And, Ultimately, Social JusticeMario A Murillo Is A Host Of WBAI S Wake Up Call And The Author Of Colombia And The United States And Islands Of Resistance

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