Latest posts by Simona Mayo
Feychike kimtukun mew chumngechi am rakiduamafuyiñ femngechi internet welliñ chew ngünaytungeam taiñ kakewmen? Chumngechi am doy püdümngeafuy taiñ kewün, kafey taiñ ngünaytungeam ñi pu dunguletew? Tati Convención ñi küme rakiduam, fey ta poyewün mew ta newentumekeael taiñ küme adeluwael fill welliñ institucionalngelu, ka internetngelu, fey taiñ llituafel amulkünuael taiñ fill kewün dungulken internet mew.
Elisa Loncon, Mapuche women, activist and scholar, positioned Mapudungun in institutional spaces during her time as president of the Constitutional Convention in Chile. Her strategy inspires ideas to safeguard linguistic diversity online
In this third part of the project “Müpüley Tain Mapudungun” (Our Mapudungun Soaring), the participants at the workshop reflect on how the language is present in the daily life of the city of Buenos Aires.
The 2nd article article from the project “Müpüley Tain mapudungun" (Our Mapudungun Soaring), a Rising Voices grantee. Project leaders share the current state of their language in the city of Buenos Aires.
The initiative seeks to create pieces of radio art to make visible the Mapuche language, poetry and music. The Mapuche people living in the city of Buenos Aires will participate in this space which seeks to strengthen the political and cultural processes of these migrants who live far from their original territory.