Radio y televisión

Indigenous Echoes

XEJAN The Voice of the Costa Chica. Jamiltepec, Oaxaca.

* La actividad consultada ya no está vigente, finalizó el: September 30 2019.
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Indigenous Echoes, is a series by Once dedicated to indigenous radio stations in which each of the six episodes that comprise it, shows us through bilingual speakers and local music, the idiosyncratic aspects of multiple regions of our territory and shows the enriching multiculturalism that flourishes every day thanks to indigenous cultural radios, because in many regions it’s the only means of communication and interaction with that the inhabitants have.

To show the importance of this media, we visited the indigenous cultural radio stations from Copainalá, Chiapas, to Etchojoa, Sonora; from Guachochi, Chihuahua, to Jamiltepec, Oaxaca; y from Jesús María, Nayarit, to San Quintín, Baja California, places where the important support and accompaniment work carried out by the National Institute of Indigenous Peoples (INPI) stands out.

This week:

Having as the main stage, beaches and lagoons that form the Costa Chica, a region of the Mexican Pacific that begins in Acapulco, Guerrero, and extends to the middle of the Oaxacan coast, XEJAM "The Voice of the Costa Chica" is heard loudly, it’s an indigenous radio station that deals with the cultural needs of one of the most diverse regions of the state of Oaxaca, as it broadcasts in different languages: Mixteca, Amuzga, Chatina and Spanish. This is how from Jamiltepec, Oaxaca, XEJAM promotes, strengthens and develops the different manifestations of the indigenous peoples of the region.

Among chilenas, fandangos and sones, "The Voice of the Costa Chica" accompanies its listeners in an extensive and diverse territory, which always remembers its deepest roots, also forged by the African legacy from which the recently-recognized Afro-Mexican people emerge. .The Afro community that integrates it, works hand in hand with the XEJAM to build a more inclusive radio, which is defined by the interculturality of the indigenous and mestizo peoples.


May 30 to September 30 2019
Thursday , 20:00 - 20:30 hrs.


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