In this radio episode, we speak to Letícia Leite, journalist and founder of Vem de Áudio, which supports the production of community-led podcasts by and for Indigenous and traditional peoples in the Brazilian Amazon. Letícia discusses how Indigenous media and communication networks operate as tools for knowledge-sharing and socio-political mobilizations, the challenges of unequal access to information, and the role of Indigenous women in climate and political movements for socio-environmental transformation.
Interviewers: Danilo Urzedo and Max Ritts
Producer: Pedro Augusto
Language note: This interview takes place in Portuguese.
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