Stories from May, 2018
"We ask for responsibility in the treatment of the news, which is more than just facts and figures. It is about a woman who suffered and died because of violence."
"Each indigenous people has its stories, legends, founding myths, and processes for community and of struggle."
"The only way that we can find more narratives and media presence of trans people is by showing the lives of each one."
"The current reality shown by this word cloud for feminicide reflects the lack of awareness about the issue.."
"The media only sees us as sacks of flesh, as blood, and as victims of violence that offer no resistance to [feminicide]."
"Criminalization has been one way of denouncing repression, discrimination, and any form of physical, legal, and symbolic violence by the State on the population and other popular groups."
"The word ‘indigenous,’ is rather like an imposed word, a word recognized as external and curiously also devoid of other signs of tension, crisis, and violence...'
" 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."
"Especially at a local level, I would want the words “black feminism” to be present."
"When talking about the 'border,' I’d say tranquility, respect, equality, and peace above all else."
"Diversity, growth, rights, plurality, versatility, love, peace, unity, and other [words] fit within our town’s identity."
“We (the youth) are the priority. Although not everyone wants to see it that way, that is the reality.”
Youth should be represented with words "like future, charismatic, cheerful, honest."
"I think words such as inclusion, youth contribution to society, the new political youth should be [represented in the media]."