Die Vodou-Ikone - Die schwarze Madonna von Częstochowa zwischen Polen und Haiti

Deutschlandfunk Kultur & WDR 3 - 2017 - 54 Minuten

   
  
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   Sosyete Honorab Rasin San Bout visiting    
  
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  Jasna Góra  in   
  
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  Częstochowa , Poland, November 2016

Sosyete Honorab Rasin San Bout visiting Jasna Góra in Częstochowa, Poland, November 2016

Deutsch: Die schwarze Madonna von Częstochowa gilt als Inbegriff des polnischen Katholizismus. Sie bot Zuflucht für Dissidenten und Trost für die einfache Bevölkerung; heute steht sie für Restauration und Nationalismus.

Aber ihre Vergangenheit ist farbig: sie kam mit polnischen Söldnern nach Haiti und wurde dort mancherorts zur Vodou-Schutzheiligen für Lesben. In Briefen seiner Großmutter aus dem Polen der 80er-Jahre, Begegnungen mit polnischstämmigen Haitianern und Exkursionen zum ländlichen Katholizismus verfolgt der Autor das Driften der Bedeutungen. 

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English: The Black Madonna of Częstochowa is considered the epitome of Polish Catholicism. In the times of war she was a refuge for dissidents. Today she stands for conservatism and nationalism. Less well known is that the icon came with Polish emigrants to Haiti, where she was adapted by the Vodou religion and became a symbol of protection for lesbians. So what does the Black Madonna stand for? In his grandmother's letters from Poland of the 1980s, in encounters with Polish Haitians and rural Catholicism, the author examines the drifting identities of the Black Madonna.

Narrators: Oleg Zhukov Sukof, Anjorka Strechel, Oliver Brod , Jadwiga Korte & Hansa Czypionka.

Written, directed und produced by Sebastian Meissner

including music by:

kLIMEK “Fear and loathing in Germany” & “Calypso dreams i & ii & iii”
Sun Ra And His Astro-Infinity Arkestra - “The Other Beings”
Jon Rose - “Not Violin Music”
Eva-Maria Houben - “Trio xiv”
Aizo of Allada - “Chants Et Rythmes Aprés La (Sortie)”
Beatriz Ferreyra - “L’autre Rive”
Jacek Kaczmarski - “List do redakcji Prawdy”
Tom Recchion - “It Just Stood There, Pulsating, Glowing In The Dark, Hovering Slightly Above The Ground, Trying To Speak Ground, Trying To Speak”

Big x-tra thanks to Sebastian Rypson.

 
 

Music from Vodou Icon:

Sosyete Honorab Rasin San Bout from Cazale, Haiti under the leadership of Empereur Joseph Auguste Louis at National Forum of Music Wroclaw 31.10.2016

Sosyete Honorab Rasin San Bout from Cazale, Haiti under the leadership of Empereur Joseph Auguste Louis at Old Bakery Wroclaw 01.11.2016

More pictures from Jasna Góra monastery and from Sosyete Honorab Rasin San Bout's visit to Poland: