Despite problems, community radio is struggling to break through the isolation imposed on the peasants.
[Translation of an article from Brasil de Fato of São Paulo, Brazil, for September 27. See original article here.]
by Thalles Gomes
It takes three hours of walking along a steep path to reach the community of Magò, a rural area in the minicipality of Pòdepè, in northeastern Haiti. It’s from there, on the top of the highest mountain in the region, with an infrastructure consisting of an antenna and a mud-walled house, that community Radio Zèbtènite carries on the struggle to break through the isolation of the Haitian peasants. (more…)