The community radio movement in Mesoamerica is growing stonger every day, with voices that speak out against the silences imposed for centuries on indigenous, campesina, and Garífuna communities. At the same time, women are taking on yet another battle for their right to access public spaces– including the radio. On the air, women share their dreams, ideas, analyses. In this documentary, indigenous, Garífuna, and campesina women communicators speak about the successes and the challenges they face every day as they continue to fight for their right to communicate.
This documentary is currently available to supporters of our campaign, Our Voices, Our Airwaves: Women in Community Radio!