Nehanda: nora chipaumire

Radio Broadcast
Free

In this apocalyptic atmosphere the old fashioned, anitquated medium of radio was allowed a return, this serialised radio broadcast inspired by Nehanda, a Zimbabwean spirit of the Shona people, who through the bodies of Nyamhita, Mazviona and Charwe Nyakasikana, led the first revolt against the British rule. Co-produced by casa encendida (Madrid), Lincoln Center (NYC) and nora chipaumire.

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