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Se Ve Se Escucha (Seen and Heard) is a podcast about language justice and what it means to be an interpreter, an organizer and bilingual in the US South. Season 3 out NOW!

Se Ve Se Escucha Center for Participatory Change

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 56 Ratings

Se Ve Se Escucha (Seen and Heard) is a podcast about language justice and what it means to be an interpreter, an organizer and bilingual in the US South. Season 3 out NOW!

    Episode 19: We've got all our medicine right here

    Episode 19: We've got all our medicine right here

    In this final episode of Season 3, we learn about herbs and remedios that can support us in our language justice work. Sarah Nuñez and Nayra Adriana Pacheco Guzmán share some recipes for strength and resilience, including one for our very own Se Ve Se Escucha-té! We discuss the connections between land and language work and how herbs, plants and food can accompany us in our journey.

    Fall 2020 Se Ve Se Escucha Té
    10 pieces of fresh ginger
    Juice from 1 orange
    1 Tbs honey (infused honey with lavender and chamomile is also yummy)
    Mix ingredients in 4 cups boiling water and let steep for 10-15 minutes. Strain and enjoy.

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    • 31 min
    Episode 18: Ancestor's watching

    Episode 18: Ancestor's watching

    In this episode, we are joined by Akua Page and Chris Cato of Geechee Experience, an online platform celebrating Gullah Geechee language and culture. Like Akua says, “If the African diaspora had a baby, that’s Gullah Geechee.” We get into language access, the weight of code switching and the importance of preserving and teaching our histories. Check out their YouTube channel and follow them on Instagram and Twitter @geecheeexperience to find out more!

    Transcript available at www.seveseescucha.com/episodes

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    • 26 min
    Episode 17: A new world is coming

    Episode 17: A new world is coming

    What does the future of the language justice movement hold? What visions, inspiration and encouragement will we need to get us there? Recently, organizers, educators, artists, interpreters and others who use language as their medium gathered for the 2020 Allied Media Conference for Language Justice and Beyond, a three day virtual gathering to explore the expansive and creative ways in which people are thinking about and practicing language justice. In this episode, you’ll hear the visionary voices of these future language justice elders.

    Transcript available at www.seveseescucha.com/episodes

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    • 24 min
    Episode 16: I'm gonna walk it with you

    Episode 16: I'm gonna walk it with you

    Are you spending your days interpreting over Zoom? Are you hiring interpreters for your multilingual online meeting? We check in with three people navigating the world of remote simultaneous interpreting. Hannah Thalenberg, Yudith A. Nieto and Patty Urrutia tell us about the realities of virtual interpreting in this time of quarantine. We hear about COVID and community responses in New Orleans, the challenges and opportunities of interpreting from home in Asheville, and what it means to pause with a purpose in Houston.

    Transcript available at www.seveseescucha.com/episodes

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    • 32 min
    Episode 15: ¿Qué es eso que se escucha?

    Episode 15: ¿Qué es eso que se escucha?

    “We invite you to speak in the language you feel most comfortable in.” Many language justice interpreters introduce their work using this phrase. But what does comfortable really mean? We explore this topic with two folks who immigrated to the Southern US as young people. Leo Esperanza is a member of Cenzontle Language Justice Coop and spends his time working on translation and interpretation projects. Aylen Mercado Condori is a multidisciplinary artist and community organizer. Leo and Aylen talk about growing up in Durham and Memphis, learning a new language, and what it means to feel comfortable (and powerful!) in your own voice.

    • 31 min
    Episode 14: Weave and spin

    Episode 14: Weave and spin

    Hola hola! We are kicking off a new season of Se Ve Se Escucha with José A. Romero! In this episode we talk about language and sex, the Dennis deLeon Language Justice Institute and how José has brought together interpreting, organizing, community mobilization, education, and healthcare programming. José is an HIV+ abolitionist and healthcare organizer and strategist based out of Durham, NC. They currently work at the Latino Commission on AIDS, and is blessed to include #DurhamBeyondPolicing, SONG, Mijente, and the Gran Varones, as their political home. José can be reached at joseromero2010@gmail.com or @pupusapapi_27 Hope you enjoy!

    Transcript available at www.seveseescucha.com/episodes

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    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
56 Ratings

56 Ratings

que.e.r_j ,

Always Something More

SVSE continues to expand my understanding of language justice by introducing me to so many LJ organizers and advocates that hold all different combinations of intersecting identities and passions. I always look forward to the next episode knowing that I will leave feeling satiated by the wisdom imparted and reeling with new questions.

biankitachikitita ,

I ♥️ SVSE

Each time I make the time to listen to Se Ve Se Escucha Podcast, I feel a little more whole. A little more seen, heard, understood, amazed, and left curious to learn more♥️♥️ gracias compxs por todo la energía 🔥

Alan Minaj ,

Building Language Justice

Thank you to all the organizing it takes to build this podcast! I learn something new every episode, from your tips - to my own reactions, feelings, and experiences in my life. This podcast is good for anyone who wants to explore more of themselves and what you are capable of - beyond what you’ve been taught to believe you should be.

Keep making more 💗

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