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2007.01.22
Young radio producers broadcast their cultural programme at Radio Fe y Alegria Temperatures soar above 100 degrees Fahrenheit in this village market run by the Wayuu People, the largest indigenous group in Venezuela. On a hot day like this, 11-year-old Blanca and her friends like nothing more than to relax in the shade while listening to their favorite radio show. Soundbite (Wayuunaiki), Blanca Govea, 11: “I’d like to talk on radio one day, so that I could be listened to, just like I always listen to them. I like the program, especially when they talk about our Wayuu culture - the stories, the music and the drum.” The hit radio show is broadcast here by a group of young people. Faced with social and economic exclusion like many other indigenous groups, these Wayuu youth are determined not to lose their culture and identity. Soundbite (Wayuunaiki), Yhoen Palmar, 17, radio producer: “In our programme, we encourage people not to leave our culture behind. We remind them not to forget about our customs, our traditional dress, our language, our music and everything that has to do with our cultural heritage.” The radio show is broadcast in both Spanish and Wayuunaiki, the native language for Wayuu. It has become a vital tool in educating the new generation of children about their own language. Outside the radio station, the young people also meet within a network where they can make new friends and discuss issues concerning their indigenous community. Traditional rituals are performed for neighbourhood children and their parents in a display of respect to the Wayuu way of life. Back at the radio station, talks on next new show are underway. Children and elders all contribute, as keeping a culture alive is a task involving everyone. In Guajira, Venezuela, this is Kun Li reporting for UNICEF Television. Unite for children.
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