Manifesto-ação, Paulínia, Brazil: Activism in walking as a dancing action.

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      We have been investigating practices of walking as a dancing action since 2017, and experiencing its political and pedagogical potential. In this sense, walking, besides being a strategy for artistic creation, is also a construction of embodied knowledge and incorporated citizenship. In Brazil in 2020, with a presidency that threatens art, culture, education and democracy, occupying the streets and walking through them have never been so necessary. Thus, we present in this article, based on the practices of walking as a dancing action we have been investigating, a Manifesto-ação that proposes local actions for discovering ways to keep going on the street in Brazil today. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      Desde 2017, nós viemos pesquisando práticas do caminhar como ação dançante e experimentando seu potencial político e pedagógico. Neste sentido, caminhar, para além de ser uma estratégia de criação artística, mostra-se como construção de conhecimento encarnado e cidadania incorporada. Em 2020, no Brasil, com uma presidência que ameaça a arte, a cultura, a educação e a democracia, ocupar as ruas e caminhar por elas nunca se mostrou tão necessário. Assim, baseadas nas práticas do caminhar como ação dançante que temos investigado, apresentamos neste artigo uma Manifesto-ação que propõe ações locais para descobrir modos de continuar ocupando as ruas do Brasil de hoje. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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