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Nos populus est nos vox?

"We people is we voice." (It's not grammatical in Latin; why should it be grammatical in English?) "Our people is our voice." (Nos means our; we (are) is translated as sumus.)

What is an antipassive?

An antipassive is a word or phrase in the antipassive voice - a grammatical voice which demotes the direct object of a transitive verb.

What is an active participle?

An active participle is a grammatical participle indicating an ongoing or completed action or state in the active voice, where a noun modified by the participle is taken to represent the agent of the action denoted by the verb.