The workshop initiated by Teia dos Povos for A Participatory Planet ends in a public event at HKW’s Haunani-Kay Trask Hall, during which workshop leaders share and engage with the Berlin community. The conversation is open to all, with presentation and discussions around the concerns and work of Teia dos Povos situated in the Brazilian system of colonial land relations. Reflecting on the search for sovereignty in the plural: water, food, energy, education and even self-defense, this discussion aims to link these themes with spirituality, traditional knowledges, and practices of relating the body to the land.