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Clandestino Radio is about sharing the arts and culture from and for everyone. We talk to independent artists, activists and leaders throughout the world. Clandestino Radio helps you understand and experience the importance of diversity. Learn more at clandestinoradio.com.

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    • Cultura y sociedad

Clandestino Radio is about sharing the arts and culture from and for everyone. We talk to independent artists, activists and leaders throughout the world. Clandestino Radio helps you understand and experience the importance of diversity. Learn more at clandestinoradio.com.

    "The World is going through a lot" YolanDa Brown

    "The World is going through a lot" YolanDa Brown

    YolanDa Brown, recently appointed Chair of the biggest music education charity in the UK – Youth Music, took time from her busy schedule to talk to Clandestino Radio about her experience being a world-touring artist. YolanDa recommends keeping a positive mind, with a song for these troubled times. Interview recorded at the Port Fairy - Folk Festival 2020.

    • 9 min
    Street Opinions - Melbourne Black Lives Matter Protest - 6.6.20

    Street Opinions - Melbourne Black Lives Matter Protest - 6.6.20

    On June 6, 2020, approximately ninety thousand people gathered in the streets of Melbourne to demand justice for all Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander deaths in police custody, and to show their sympathy with the Black Lives Matter movement. Minutes before the official start of the rally, organized by the community organization Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance - WAR these were the sounds outside the Victorian parliament, including voices of individuals who volunteered to share their opinions.

    "We're tired, that's why we're here. We're tired of the police killing us. We're tired of the same people killing our children", words by Cooper, who attended the protest in Melbourne despite the public recommendations not to by the Victorian Premiere and the Australian Prime Minister.

    • 2 min
    "Nature has been desecrated" - Māmā Mihirangi

    "Nature has been desecrated" - Māmā Mihirangi

    Māori producer/singer songwriter Mihirangi shares about her role promoting the rights of Mother Earth as well as the start of her solo music project. She also talks about the nature of art and the importance for humanity to reconnect with nature. Interview recorded at the Port Fairy Folk Festival, 2020. 

    • 13 min
    Dare to Be Yourself

    Dare to Be Yourself

    San Francisco-based guitarist Deforrest Craig Wiggins shares his beginnings in music as well as his views on the world. At the time of  this interview, Deforrest was constantly busy playing at open mics in  San Francisco or touring other countries with his band “We are the kind”  until his sudden departure in January 2020. We hope you enjoy his message.

    Interview recorded in San Francisco, California, 2019.

    • 6 min
    Life Lessons from an Art Therapist

    Life Lessons from an Art Therapist

    Originally from Barry, Wales, visual artist Mandi Glynn-Jones  welcomed Clandestino in her home in Adelaide to discuss her dedication  to art, from drawing to leading art education and therapy programs. You  can find examples of Mandi’s work on her website: https://www.mandiglynn-jones.com.au/

    Interview recorded in Adelaide, Australia 2019.

    • 7 min

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