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February 5, 2021

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The Song of Grandmother Cricket

We forget that the water cycle and the life cycle are one.

– Jacques Cousteau –

The Song of Grandmother Cricket

This beautiful animated short film, inspired by a myth from the Bolivian lowlands, was created by a group of Bolivian animators in collaboration with The Animation Workshop of Denmark. When Abuela Grillo (Grandmother Cricket) sings, it rains, and in a country marked by water shortages, the film is a response to the privatization of Bolivias water resources by foreign corporations. The Cochabamba water wars of 2000 was a series of massive protests by the indigenous community to retain access to their water supply, which eventually pressured the government to revoke the international contract. Voiced by Bolivian singer Luzmila Carpio, traditional Quechua singing weaves indigenous melody throughout the film, further illuminating the cultural roots of this fight for the universal right to pure water. { read more }

Be The Change

The next time you drink a glass of cold water or take a hot shower give thanks for your ability to do so and think about what you can do today to conserve this precious resource.

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