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Language: Iku

The Arawak Indigenous People is one of the four peoples that originally inhabit the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, it is located especially in the middle and upper basins of the Aracataca, Fundación and Ariguani rivers on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, in the jurisdiction of the departments of Cesar, La Guajira and Magdalena; They also occupy the areas bordering the lower limit of their reservation, on the Palomino and Don Diego rivers on the north slope and on the south-eastern slope, the upper basins of the Azucarbuena and Guatapuri rivers.

The production of "The Living Well” with the Arawak people was carried out specifically in the Guatapuri river basin, from the town of Ikarwa to the Colon peak.

Realizaciones Yosokwi is the collective that was in charge of the realization of the story "Sey Anchwi - Communicating worlds". Yosokwi is a collective of photographers and documentary filmmakers from the Arawak people, attached to the Tayrona Indigenous Confederation. We invite you to watch the behind the scenes of this story of the Arawak people, scroll down and click on the video


Behind the scenes

Behind the scenes of Sey Anchwi – Communicating worlds.


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