Ori Festival 2020

Festival Ori (Yorubá word that means head, both the physical and the spiritual one) proposes a deep dive into ancestry, through materials from the Cultne collection

Mother Africa (Date)Cultne

Mother Africa

A poetical representation of the text by Altay Veloso that celebrates the ancestry of the Brazilian black people and that opened the ORI Festival

ORI Festival (Date)Cultne

ORI Festival 2020

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ORI Festival (2021-11-20)Cultne

Ori Festival 2020

It was live streamed to celebrate the 20th of November, National Black Awareness Day. The program is filled with humor, culture, interviews, economics, fashion and music, contemplating the diversity and cultural richness of the black population in Brazil.

Black Marches of Yesterday and Today (Date)Cultne

Black Marches of Yesterday and Today

Footage of marches in the years 1988 and 2020. Presence of black struggle in the streets. In 1988, the black movement took to the streets against racial discrimination and racism. In 2020, black youth fulfilled their role in the Black Lives Matter movement.

Beatriz Nascimento (Date)Cultne

Beatriz Nascimento

Historian Raquel Barreto talks about Beatriz Nascimento's legacy.

Afro blocks (Date)Cultne

Afro Blocks

In November 1974, during the military dictatorship, the first Afro block in the city of Salvador, Bahia was born: Ilê Aiyê. Inspired by African culture and religiosity, the Afro blocks act directly on the preservation of black history and memory in Brazil until today.

Ori Memorial created by Airá Ocrespo (Date) by Airá OcrespoCultne

Memorial ORI

Created by Airá Ocrespo, the memorial aims to strengthen the memory of black personalities in Brazilian history.

Daughters of Zambi (Date)Cultne

Daughters of Zambi

Release of the music video and interview with singer and composer Altay Veloso, who wrote the song "Daughters of Zambi" with partnership of Paulo Cesar Feital.

ORI Festival (2021-11-20)Cultne

November 20

Series of 03 videos that shows the historical, cultural and political importance of Black Awareness Day.

- Black militants talk about the construction of November 20.
- Historian F. Gomes developed a thought about who Zumbi was, in fact.
- Quilombo dos Palmares today.

The importance of November 20th (Date)Cultne

The importance of November 20th

Historical black militants from different parts of Brazil talk about the importance and construction of November 20, when Black Awareness Day is celebrated.

Zumbi of Palmares (Date)Cultne

Zumbi of Palmares

Historian Flavio Gomes developed a thought about who Zumbi was, in fact. What were the challenges he faced during his life? Are this hero representations that we see around today real?

Serra da Barriga climb (Date)Cultne

Serra da Barriga climb

Serra da Barriga is located in the current municipality of União dos Palmares, in the state of Alagoas. And it was there that Quilombo dos Palmares was established at that time. Find out what happened to that space after Zumbi's death and what Quilombo represents today.

Interview with Silvana Bahia (Date)Cultne

Interview with Silvana Bahia

Interview about technology with Silvana Bahia, director of Olabi. In this video, she talks about how her ability to record information changed and how she became a great ally in recording black memory.

Black Market (Date)Cultne

Black Market

Mini-documentary about the Brazilian Black Market, involving Afro entrepreneurship and the circulation of financial and social capital in the black community.

Luiz Gama, the voice of freedom (Date)Cultne

Luiz Gama, the voice of freedom

Historian Ana Flavia Pinto and actor Deo Garcez developed a thought about the abolitionist lawyer Luiz Gama.

Quilombo PCD (Date)Cultne

Quilombo PCD

Group formed by black people with disabilities. Racism and capacitation intertwine, victimizing people for their deficiencies and criminalizing them for their blackness.

Interview with Lazzo Matumbi (Date)Cultne

Interview with Lazzo Matumbi

An artist who sings, speaks and incorporates the history of black people in his performances. In 2020, Lazzo Matumbi completed 40 years of solo career. He talks about the changes perceived in relation to black music and activism in Brazil over the years.

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