The Cruïlla music festival launched Cruïlla Talks and now you can listen to them in podcast format.
The Cruïlla festival organization is aware of the changes taking place around the world and want to evolve with them, always supporting its audience and the global problems that concern them. This is how in 2019 the idea of the Cruïlla Talks project was born, a space for reflection and dialogue where to debate these problems and propose solutions. Currently, the four talks that took place last year are available to listen to them when you want. You will find them on the Spotify music platform.
Reggae singer Tiken Jah Fakoly talks about the African reality and how he denounces it in his songs in ‘Cuando la música es la red’; illustrators Paula Bonet and Raquel Riba Rossy destroy the barriers in art and transform them into a weapon to claim women's rights in ‘Contra el postureo, dos voces con mensaje en las redes sociales’; Khalida Popal, creator of the first women's soccer team in Afghanistan, talks about feminism in this sport in ‘Cuando las redes sociales te dan voz en el mundo’ and Tarana Burke explains and dissects the #MeToo feminist movement that she founded in 2006 in ‘El #MeToo: un momento o un movimiento?’.
With these recordings, Cruïlla's will to address current and controversial issues in which everyone can find some interest of their own is clear. Talks of more than 40 minutes long that will seem short.
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