Companioning Through Violence in Indigenous and Afro-descendant Communities in Colombia

Accompaniment as an antiracist practice, embodies transnational concern for human dignity and flourishing by ensuring that violence and injustice cannot remain hidden or unaccountable. Through the sharing of experiences and commitments to action, accompaniment combines compassion and empathy with the action that solidarity requires. In Indigenous and Afro-descendant communities in Columbia, accompaniment strives to offset the fear upon which violence in the region thrives.


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