La Extemporanea arrived successfully September 14th-15th in Vienna, but only after facing a the barrage of obstacles posed by racist institutions and governments.
Just like these migrant brothers and sisters and those of us who are extemporaneous, the day will come when we will all be migrants and extemporaneous on this planet. And whoever does not have the color of money, will be persecuted, hunted, confined, disappeared, eliminated.
Hence, against xenophobia and racism, the struggle for life.
Racism, discrimination, xenophobia, patriarchy and elitism are forms of domination that intermingle with others in the capitalist system of exploitation and make it so that non-hegemonic ways of life are excluded, persecuted, and exterminated. Eradicating this contempt for the other, all others, and all that is different, is an urgent task to resolve.
The obstacles of the supreme government and its ignorant, foolish and racist bureaucracy are outrageous. You might think that it is only bureaucracy, that you have the bad luck to run into someone who thinks he has power because he is behind a window, a desk, an office. But no, it is also something else, and it could be synthesized as follows: racism
“Dignity, as a sociocultural construct, has an impressive subversive potency, and the announcement of the trip to Spain seems to me of incalculable human value.” Daliri Oropeza of Pie de Página interviews sociologist María Eugenia Sánchez Díaz