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Se Ve Se Escucha

By Center for Participatory Change

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Description

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

Customer Reviews

The podcast I have been wating for!

I’ve listened to different language-related podcasts, and it’s been hit or miss. Interpreter podcasting, in particular, is mostly a wasteland of professional insider talk about the concerns of industry elites- you can certainly learn something listening to them, but they only show a slice of what language is about, and they never welcome voices from the margins. On Se Ve Se Escucha, you’ll hear from many of the wise people—immigrants, children, community organizers, indigenous people—who live multilingual lives and transform how we think of using language as a tool of power. After hearing them speak with such insight across different topics and languages, I realized SVSE is the podcast I never knew I needed.

Susurros cariñosos

A mi me impresiona y me encanta la manera en la que este podcast habla de la justicia, de crear espacio, de los ciclos de las lenguas, de la fuerza regenerativa vital de los idiomas con los que nos movemos por nuestros territorios. Y ni se diga, como nos susurra la importancia de repesnar el género y la identidad y como fluyen. Y hay tantas otras cosas que me llegan a la profundidad de mi alma.
Como intérprete trabajadora de una cooperativa de personas migrantes que aprendí el inglés en la vida diaria, este podcast es una joya para mi aprendizaje. Me encanta el respeto y la importancia que se le da a los idiomas indígenas de Abya Yala y que se habla muy claramente del hecho de que el español y el inglés son idiomas que nos tocan como la herida colonial y que nuestras fusiones de lenguas nos ayudan a regenerarnos y a develar el daño que nos hace el colonialismo y el imperialismo cultural, y que en nuestros sentimientos, y sabidurías de varios lugares y en varios idiomas nos van llevando de la manito a la liberación colectiva.
Mi respeto y admiración profunda a su creatividad, dedicación.
Yupaychani.

Required Listening for all Social Justice Workers

SE VE SE ESCUCHA is good, good wisdom for all working towards a better world built on the principles of racial justice, anti-colonialism, liberation, and freedom of movement. The hosts and their guests break down the nuts & bolts of putting language justice into practice in our organizations and our Movement. I appreciate how they offer important critique/self-critique as to what they have learned along the way of experimenting and developing trainings for practitioners of language justice (interpreters / translators / organizers) that shift power relationships, decenter English, and build bridges towards greater connection and solidarity.

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