Latest content

Webinário - 03 - Vivências, Saberes e Perspectivas da Cultura Negra Urbana

Amefrican beauty

Do you know who Dai Bastos was? In Rio de Janeiro, Dai managed with a lot of talent and creativity to change the face of black youth in the 70s/80s and the reality of many women. Dai's history is intertwined with the history of the Brazilian black movement and shows how beauty can be a strong instrument of communication and political transformation.

Pantanal: Stories of Those Who Live in the Largest Flooded Plain on the Planet

In this episode, inspired by the premiere of the remake of the soap opera Pantanal, on TV Globo, we took a trip to the Brazilian Midwest to tell real stories of those who live in the biome. We talked for a few days with two characters: Benedita Elias, a woman from the land and wetland, from the city of Pedro Gomes (MS), and Rosa Helena, a biologist, from Corumbá (MS), who works in the preservation of the wetland. They talk about their relationship with nature, with the region and the challenges of living in this place known for its rich biodiversity.

Africa on the agenda - Football and terror in Nigeria (Abuja)

In this episode, we reflect on the tense week in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, between yet another terrorist case and the disappointment on the lawns. Plus new updates on the Universal Church in Angola, Malian censorship of French media outlets, and much more – with boards on sport and history.

Blacks in Politics

Election year is a hot year, isn't it? So, which country do you want? Therefore, in this 3rd season we will bring episodes about black participation in politics. We invite black social activists and politicians who are making a difference in the country. But we won't give spoilers! In the first episode, you already know the scheme, we will talk a little about what we are thinking for this season and how we see black participation in current politics.

Uncountable - EP 06 - Les peuples autochtones sous la dictature

“Indigenous Peoples in the Dictatorship” is the sixth episode of the series Incontáveis, a series that tells stories that are not usually told about the military dictatorship in Brazil. Produced by the UFRJ Memory and Truth Commission, the series seeks to disseminate recent academic research and reports prepared by the truth commissions. In this episode, we see how, during the dictatorship, indigenous peoples were the target of removals, massacres and epidemics in the name of development and national security. Businessmen, bankers, landowners and state agents allied themselves to "pacify" the alienated Indians and accelerate their "integration" into national society. Removing them from their lands, they built roads and hydroelectric dams, and installed economic activities such as farming and mining, generating pollution and destruction. On the other hand, the film also portrays the struggle of sertanistas, anthropologists and missionaries, the emergence of the unified indigenous movement and the challenges of the democratic period. The narration is by Douglas Krenak, whose family was exiled from their sacred territory during the dictatorship.
01:43:09
EP4 -

And we the Eres?

And we the Eres?

Rubens Barbot

The podcast is conceived by Coletivo Confraria do Impossível intended to tell the story of a black personality per episode, as well as the movements related to it and the different echoes that we find of their achievements in the present. The first character is Rubens Barbot / Guest: Gatto Larsen. Play and let's get to know your trajectory together!

"We don't seek shelter in places of oppression"

The psychologist and director of the Instituto da Mulher Negra de Portugal, Shenia Karlsson, is a guest on the new episode of the Fala Diverse podcast, presented by journalist Silvia Nascimento. Brazilian, born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Shenia currently lives in Portugal and has become a reference in the area in specialized care in diversity. Before living in Portugal, Shenia carried out projects in the black communities of RJ, and there, she works with many immigrants from the African continent, most of them Cape Verdeans and Angolans. Presentation: Silvia Nascimento Production Mundo Negro Recording and editing: @Cultne Art Collection: Apuan

Interview with the filmmaker: Sabrina Fidalgo

In our first episode of 2021, we interview iconic filmmaker Sabrina Fidalgo! For those who don't know her work as in "Black Berlin", "Queen" or "Alfazema", you will be impressed with the power, authenticity and autonomy both in her lines and expressed in the films. It's an honor to have her as the first interviewee of the year, thanks Sabrina! ?????

Extra: Water and Fire

Tiago Rogero interviews Nikole Hannah-Jones, the creator of Project 1619, from the New York Times (version with the interview dubbed in Portuguese).

Nossas Histórias - EP 16 - Iracélli Alves

Axé e Carnaval - EP 04

Cultne registered on October 21, 2019 the event "Axé e Carnaval - Samba in the fight against religious intolerance" that took place at the Centro de Artes Municipal Hélio Oiticica, in downtown Rio de Janeiro. Discrimination against Afro-Brazilian Religions has gained much prominence in recent years. Almost daily news appears portraying violent stories of disrespect to the People of Axé. On the other hand, activists and religious react to discrimination by associating and guiding the State and society to the importance of respecting religious freedom.