56 min

Defending the Chimalapas Against Resource Extractivism and Energy Colonialism Infrastructure (Re)worldings

    • Society & Culture

Our host Rita Valencia converses with Josefa Contreras, Angpon or Zoque activist and Indigenous thinker from the Chimalapas – a dense forest region in the southwest of the state of Oaxaca in Mexico – whose intellectual inquiries are linked to the organisational processes of territorial defence. They talk about the role of cultural identity, resource extractivism and energy colonialism in the context of climate collapse, and infrastructure that promotes the way of being and inhabiting of the Zoque people. This podcast is in Spanish.
Audio production: Gemaly Padua Uscanga

Our host Rita Valencia converses with Josefa Contreras, Angpon or Zoque activist and Indigenous thinker from the Chimalapas – a dense forest region in the southwest of the state of Oaxaca in Mexico – whose intellectual inquiries are linked to the organisational processes of territorial defence. They talk about the role of cultural identity, resource extractivism and energy colonialism in the context of climate collapse, and infrastructure that promotes the way of being and inhabiting of the Zoque people. This podcast is in Spanish.
Audio production: Gemaly Padua Uscanga

56 min

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