To celebrate its third year of existence, the collective Fora da Asa: plural experiences, starts this Wednesday (4), a virtual program focused on the knowledge of indigenous peoples.
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The event includes conversation circles and the theater show “Terra Adorada”, with the central theme of violence against indigenous women. The play won the Açorianos de Teatro 2019 award for Best Dramaturgy and the Braskem 2020 Award for Best Show.
With spontaneous contributions, the collective intends to raise funds to pay for women’s travel to Brasília, where indigenous peoples from different peoples will gather in August to protest for the right to land. The programming takes place on Instagram @foradaasa and on Google Meet.
The activities begin this Wednesday (4), at 6:30 pm, with a conversation circle between Iracema Gã Téh, Kujã Kaingang and Rejane Paféj, a Master’s student in Social and Institutional Psychology.
The following week (11), at 6:30 pm, chief Xokleng Cullung Vei-Tcha Teie, representative of the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Rio Grande do Sul, and Cullar Maiule Teie, both representatives of the Xokleng Konglui Retake in São Francisco de Paula, debated the struggle of women for the right to traditional territories.
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The program ends with the show “Terra Adorada”, which will be shown on August 18, at 7pm. Interweaving narratives lived in Guarani and Kaingang indigenous lands, journalistic news, historical data, words by Renata Tupinambá, Davi Kopenawa, Daniel Munduruku, Jaider Esbell, “Adored Land” presents a critical look at this Brazil born by force, invented from the pains of women caught in the bow.
After the show, there will be a conversation mediated by Angélica Kaingang, with the participation of indigenous women and the actress and creator of the show, Ana Luiza da Silva.
The production is by Complô Cunhã, a cultural producer dedicated to moving projects by, with and by women, and will have prior registration by email [email protected].
Check the schedule:
08/04, at 6:30 pm – Psychology and traditional medicine Kaingang
With Rejane Paféj and Iracema Gã Téh
Rejane Paféj, kanhgág psychologist, Master’s student in Social and Institutional Psychology.
Iracema Gãh Téh, Kaingang indigenous woman, kujà (shaman). Cosmopolitics lecturer. Craftswoman. Militant, fights for the cause and indigenous rights through debates and works with Kaingang traditional medicine.
At the live, there will be collection of financial contributions for the trip of Iracema Gã Téh to Brasília, in the mobilization of indigenous peoples in August against PL490 and Marco Temporal. Pix da Iracema Gã Téh: CPF 349.022.360-87
08/11, 6:30 pm – The struggle of indigenous women for the right to traditional territories
With Cullung Vei-Tcha Teie and Cullar Maiule Teie
Cullung Vei-Tcha Teie, head of the Xokleng Konglui retake in São Francisco de Paula. First coordinator of the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Rio Grande do Sul. Female leader, activist in the struggle for the rights of indigenous peoples.
Cullar Maiule Teie, representative of the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Rio Grande do Sul. Represents the Xokleng Konglui people, attending college in Porto Alegre. He has participated in the movement for indigenous rights since he was 15 years old. He grew up in the village and is currently a militant for the retaking of São Francisco de Paula.
At the live, there will be collection of financial contributions for Cullung Vei-Tcha Teie’s trip to Brasília, in the mobilization of indigenous peoples in August against PL490 and Marco Temporal. Pix: [email protected]
08/14, from 6pm to 8pm – Minicourse: Why should we consider a decolonial psychology?
with Rejane Paféj
The course will address issues related to our kanhgág êg my ha (which is good for us kaingang) for a Psychology of forests, rivers, enchanted ones, our jagres, forest beings, spiritual doctors, our kofás, old men sages who carry with them an entire library of ancestral knowledge to resist to exist in these hard times.
Contribution amount to the administrator: R$ 50. Enrollment: [email protected]
08/18, at 7 pm – Theatrical show “Terra Adorada” (via Google Meet)
A show about us, addressed to us, Brazilians who do not consider themselves Indians. Interweaving narratives lived in Guarani and Kaingang indigenous lands, journalistic news, historical data, words by Renata Tupinambá, Davi Kopenawa, Daniel Munduruku, Jaider Esbell, Terra Adorada presents a critical look at this Brazil born by force, invented from the pains of women handles in the loop. A show about a country that “goes forward”.
The amount raised will be divided between the collective of artists in the show and a collective of indigenous women from RS to collaborate with transport for the II March of Indigenous Women that will take place in September in Brasília.
After the show, there will be a conversation with indigenous women mediated by Angélica Kaingang.
Source: BdF Rio Grande do Sul
Edition: Katia Marko