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Solidarity Concert for Cajibío, Colombia Womens Movement / Concierto solidario para el Movimiento de Mujeres por la Vida de Cajibío
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Solidarity Concert for Cajibío, Colombia Womens Movement / Concierto solidario para el Movimiento de Mujeres por la Vida de Cajibío
Since 2004, Central New York activists have worked in solidarity with the rural community of Cajibío, Colombia. Midway through the show we will present a bit of that sister solidarity relationship, sustained over the years largely because of the amazing organizing power of that small farmer community with women leading the way. Audience members will have a chance for Q & A.

The Movimiento de Mujeres por la Vida de Cajibío in southwest Colombia are organizing to address low access to education and health services, to access property and land use, and to demand an end to physical and psychological violence, economic dependence and non-recognition of their contribution to the family economy, as well as to have an equal voice  in political decision-making.The Movimiento de Mujeres por la Vida de Cajibío was formed to defend women's rights, denounce violence and demand better living conditions. "Being organized allows us to recognize ourselves as women and citizens, to know our rights and to mobilize to be a force that transforms this reality."

Learn more by visiting the Movimiento de Mujeres de Cajibío Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MoMuViC/
And via the video "Reflexiones desde el Territorio Campesino Agroalimentario de Cajibío, Cauca": https://youtu.be/gmJKUtbMJ0A

The concert will feature music by Colleen Kattau and Carlos Gutierrez.

Colleen is a bilingual vocalist and songwriter whose compositions are full of nature, social movements, and Latin American nueva canción. Colleen is a NERFA showcase artist. Besos/Kisses is her 2020 release. www.colleenkattau.com

Carlos Hernán Gutierrez, a native of Chile and self-taught musician, started playing the guitar and singing harmony for folkloric groups while in high school and college in the late 60s in Chile. He has performed with Andean musicians playing the Charango, a five double string instrument made with the shell of an armadillo, and Quena, a native flute of the Andes. He interprets music by Atahualpa Yupanqui, Victor Jara and many other Latin American musicians.

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Desde 2004, los activistas del centro de Nueva York han trabajado en solidaridad con la comunidad campesina de Cajibío, Colombia. A mitad del evento presentaremos un poco de esa relación de solidaridad hermana, sostenida a lo largo de los años en gran parte debido al increíble poder de organización de esa comunidad campesina con mujeres liderando el camino. Los miembros de la audiencia tendrán la oportunidad de hacer preguntas y respuestas.

El Movimiento de Mujeres por la Vida de Cajibio en el departamento de Cauca en el suroeste de Colombia surge a partir del encuentro de mujeres campesinas, indígenas y afrodescendientes productoras, madres comunitarias, lideresas de juntas comunales, cuidadoras de semillas, urbanas, jóvenes; ubicadas en 16 comunidades del Municipio de Cajibio. Sus apuestas más importantes son reconocer el aporte social, cultural y económico que las mujeres hacen a vida familiar, comunitaria y a la sociedad; reivindicar que son sujetas de derechos y buscan condiciones de vida en justicia, igualdad y equidad.

"Estar organizadas nos permite reconocernos como mujeres y ciudadanas, conocer nuestros derechos y movilizarnos para ser una fuerza que transforma esta realidad."

Obtenga más información visitando la página de Facebook del Movimiento de Mujeres de Cajibio: https://www.facebook.com/MoMuViC/

El concierto contará con música de Colleen Kattau y Carlos Gutiérrez.

Colleen es una vocalista y compositora bilingüe cuyas composiciones están llenas de naturaleza, movimientos sociales y nueva canción latinoamericana. Colleen es una artista de escaparate de NERFA. Besos/Kisses es su álbum de 2020. www.colleenkattau.com

Carlos Hernán Gutiérrez, originario de Chile, comenzó a tocar la guitarra y cantar armonía para grupos folklóricos mientras estaba en la escuela secundaria y la universidad a fines de los años 60 en Chile. Con músicos andinos ha tocado el Charango, un instrumento de cinco cuerdas dobles hecho con la concha de un armadillo, y Quena, una flauta nativa de los Andes. Interpreta música de Atahualpa Yupanqui, Victor Jara y muchos otros músicos latinoamericanos.

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Timezone: America/New_York
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