There are many connections between and the echo follows and In Motion Magazine. Many of the interviews which are central to the book were originally published in In Motion Magazine. To further this connection I am updating this Feed with brief notices, photos, and links about the latest contributions to In Motion Magazine.

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Interview with tibusungu ‘e vayayana
Political Deputy Minister of the Council of Indigenous Peoples
Reconstitute Different Tribes, Different Peoples in Taiwan
Taipei, Taiwan

Interview with tibusungu e vayayana, the Political Deputy Minister of the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Taiwan. He is a member of the Tsou Indigenous people of central southern Taiwan. The interview sections are: 1. Conscious of our ethnic identity; 2. A new learning, a new movement; 3. Cosmologies and social organization; 4. Alternative ways of economy; 5. Autonomy, self-governance and Indigenous education.

Published in In Motion Magazine March 31, 2017

tibusungu 'e vayayana, Political Deputy Minister of the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Taiwan, in his offices in the Ministry of Culture, Taipei, Taiwan. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Interview with Juan Martín Carpenco of CTEP
Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy
The Excluded Ones
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Interview with Juan Martín Carpenco of CTEP in Buenos Aires, Argentina. CTEP is an organization of the “excluidos”, people excluded from receiving the benefits of the Constitution and who have created an alternate popular economy. 300,000 excluidos live in the Villas around Buenos Aires. There are 5 million excluidos in Argentina. Excluidos organize their economy in cooperatives and make decisons in cooperative assemblies. They include: “cartoneros”; workers in “recovered” factories; rural peasants and Indigenous people; and Plan Trabajar cooperatives.

Available in English and Spanish

Published in In Motion Magazine February 6, 2017

 Juan Martín Carpenco in the offices of CTEP in the Constitución neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Interview with Francisca Rodriguez of ANAMURI and La Vía Campesina
Part 1: Making Visible the Work and Participation of Women
Part 2: Recuperating Consciousness / A Space for Exchange

Santiago, Chile

Interview with Francisca Rodríguez of ANAMURI in Chile and also the international network La Vía Campesina. She speaks of the organizing by peasant and Indigenous women during and after the 1973 coup against the Allende government by Gen. Pinochet and the U.S. She speaks also about the creation of ANAMURI and La Via Campesina, and the ongoing movements: for food sovereignty; to end violence against women; to defend seeds; and promote agroecology.

Available in English and Spanish

Published in In Motion Magazine January 8, 2017

Francisca Rodriguez of Anamuri and La Vía Campesina in her garden in Lampa, Santiago, Chile. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Interview with Gregory Cajete
Science From A Native Perspective: How Do We Educate for A Sustainable Future
Albuquerque and the Turquoise Trail, New Mexico, U.S.A

Interview in New Mexico with Dr. Gregory Cajete, director of the Native American Studies Program at the University of New Mexico. This interview focuses, in large part, on themes presented in his sixth book “Native Science: Natural Laws of Interdependence”

Published in In Motion Magazine March 12, 2016

Dr. Gregory Cajete at the All Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

An Interview with Yanet Alarcón, Mauricio Parada, and Pedro Huayquillan
Defending the Ancient Trails / the Culture
Chos Malal, Neuquén Province, Argentina

Interview in Chos Malal in Neuquen, Argentina with Yanet Alarcón of La Mesa Campesina del Norte Neuquino, Mauricio Parada of Crianceros Unidos del Norte, and Pedro Huayquillan of the Huayquillan Mapuche community. All three speak about their communities’ defense of the historic trails and land along and through which their families travel seasonally with their livestock, as the climate changes, between their communities’ pastures.

Available in English and Spanish.

Published in In Motion Magazine January 16, 2016

Goats make their way along herding trail.

An Interview with Jorge Bermúdez
FaSinPat (Factories Without Bosses) and Zanón Ceramics
Cooperatives in a Capitalist Society
Neuquén, Neuquén Province, Argentina

The interview discusses the situation before, and the process during and after, the workers of the Zanon ceramics factory in Neuquén, Argentina took the factory in 2001 and created the FaSinPat workers cooperative.

Available in English and Spanish.

Published in In Motion Magazine October 23, 2015

Awareness of the Violence, the Mud
by Gustavo Esteva
San Diego, California

Gustavo Esteva, writer, local/international grassroots activist, and co-founder of La Universidad de La Tierra, speaks at U. of California, San Diego about the political and social situation in Mexico; the disappearance of the 46 students of Ayotzinapa; and the merging in violence of government and organized crime cartels.

Published in In Motion Magazine May 29, 2015.

An Interview with Raúl Zibechi
A Civilizational Crisis: Different Paradigms and Different Ways To Build Them
Montevideo, Uruguay

Interview with Raúl Zibechi a professor, an international analyst for Brecha in Uruguay, a columnist for La Jornada in Mexico City. He discusses: social movements and autonomy; Brazil and its backyard; and strategic choices needed to be made.

Published in In Motion Magazine May 22, 2015

An Interview with Kate Fletcher
The Lives of the Users of Clothes 

“What the future looks like”
Santiago, Chile

In this interview, Kate Fletcher, a Professor of Sustainability, Design and Fashion, tells of her conversations with Aymara weavers in the Atacama region of Chile and her investigations into how people can use clothes after the point of sale. She discusses slow design, co-design, an ethic of care, and consumerism.

Published in In Motion Magazine January 10, 2015

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