⬇️⬇️TIME STAMPS BELOW⬇️⬇️⬇️ MMALOTN is back to give you Predictions, Picks, and Bettings Tips on UFC 281: Adesanya vs Pereira. Check out my Patreon where I have plenty of perks such as: Early access to each breakdown Best Bets/Props article Hail Mary Patreon Parlay Discord Channel All Official bets (even when charging the public) PPV Parlay for the Patrons (winnings from this parlay given to a random Patron) $5/month on Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/mmalotn Dead Lock Podcast (w/ Clint of Die Hard MMA Pod) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AhObCDMITGjPxhx3R6Oow Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeadLockPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deadlockpodcast/ My 3rd party tracked record can be found at: https://betmma.tips/lockofthenight Never take someone's word for how often they hit their bets unless they are 3rd party tracked. It's easy to fool people by just claiming all you do is win. Transparency is key! For those unfamiliar with my Paid picks vs. Free Picks policy, after winning 3 straight events, I switch to paid picks until I hit my next losing event. When they are free picks, I post them on my Patreon as soon as I make the bet. Then I release it to the public the day before the fight on my Twitter account. If you research fights on your own, the Tape Index is a MUST! We take the time out of browsing for fights so you have more time to study. Everything you need to prep for an upcoming card (and every matchup currently announced) is on one page and just a click away. Check it out! Tape Index: https://www.mmaplay365.com/product/tape-index Twitter: https://twitter.com/mmalotn Instagram: https://instagram.com/mmalotn *****PICKS NOT BETS*****DISCLAIMER: though I'm picking these fighters to win each matchup, I may have a bet against them due to value and fights being closer than odds may suggest. Listen to each matchup breakdown to get how I truly feel about it. TIME STAMPS (0:00) Intro (1:30 UFC Vegas 64 betting recap (7:27) Patreon Plug (9:02) Ulberg vs Negumereanu (11:30) Arce vs Jackson (15:50) Trizano vs Choi (18:50) Kowalkiewicz vs Juarez (22:13) Azaitar vs Frevola (25:56) Petroski vs Turman (27:59) Blanchfield vs McCann (32:00) Reyes vs Spann (35:08) Moicano vs Riddell (39:03) Hooker vs Puelles (44:29) Edgar vs Gutierrez (47:52) Poirier vs Chandler (51:26) Esparza vs Zhang (56:05) Adesanya vs Pereira (1:00:37) Outro 2022 Prediction Record: 279-165 (63%) 2021 Prediction Record: 305-190 (62%)
We break down the Lemos KO against Rodriguez, Neil Magny sinking in a D'Arce and all the other good stuff from the last Apex fight night.Also:- Weird, unexpected injuries- Guillotines- Strawweight KOs- Prison fight records vs street fight records- 'Edging' and Covington's supposed bedroom predilections - Predictions for #UFC281And more! Video version available on our YouTube Channel
La tensión aumenta a medida que pasan los días desde que comenzó el paro en Santa Cruz, Bolivia, el 21 de octubre pasado. Los manifestantes de ese departamento exigen que el censo se realice en 2023. El Gobierno de Luis Arce dio por terminado el diálogo y anunció la instalación de una comisión encargada de fijar la fecha. ¿Será suficiente para terminar con la ola de protestas? Rómulo Calvo Bravo, presidente del Comité Cívico Pro Santa Cruz, responde en Conclusiones.Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad
In this episode: Season 2 of the ARCE podcast kicks off with Dr. Rawya Ismail and ARCE's Archives Manager Andreas Kostopoulos in this episode that will focus on the conservation and documentation of the blocks in the Karnak Temple. For more information, please go to https://www.arce.org/podcast/archive-series
El próximo 1 de Diciembre de 2022 es el Día sin Arte y Camila Arce estará presentando un íntimo corto sobre su experiencia como mujer vertical vihsible. Con ella, con quién habíamos hablado en 2020, conversamos nuevamente sobre qué significa la muerte en la comunidad vertical, cómo hacer arte sobre VIH puede llevar a procesos de diálogo con une misme complejos y cómo todes podemos ser artistas desde nuestras trincheras. Para sabér sobre los cortos que estaremos proyectando el próximo 1 de diciembre de 2022 en el Día sin Arte 2022 en conjunto con Visual AIDS podés visitar: https://visualaids.org/projects/siendo-y-perteneciendo Podés seguir el trabajo de Camila Arce en su perfil en Instagram @sidiosa Si estás en Costa Rica y necesitás info sobre VIH al igual que conocer organizaciones que trabajen el tema, ingresá a www.juntxs.org Seguinos en redes: IG: @positivxscr Twitter: @positivxs
201 Emocion y cuerpo Mi nuevo proyecto, Feelyoga.club: https://feelyoga.club/ MIS SERVICIOS DE COACHING: https://cuidar-t.es/servicios-de-coaching/ ¡Apúntate a mi newsletter!: https://cuidar-t.es/contacto/ ….. Cuidar-T, un programa semanal para ayudarte a sentirte bien. En este espacio hablamos de trucos, ideas, información y consejos para aprender a sentirte bien. Hoy hablamos sobre la unión entre cuerpo y emociones, uno de los temas fundamentales del autocuidado, en una conversación con María Bartolomé Arce. María es licenciada en Fisioterapia, osteópata, experta en terapias miofasciales y en Kinesiología Holística. Su objetivo es ayudar a las personas a escuchar y entender la voz de su cuerpo y hoy va a compartir con nosotros su amplia experiencia en la identificación y la mejora de nuestra conexión cuerpo-mente. Con ella hablamos sobre autocuidado, cuerpo, mente, emoción y muchas cosas más que espero que te resulten interesantes. Si es así, te animo a que lo compartas con las personas a quien creas que también le pueda gustar y a que me des todo el feedback que te apetezca. CONTENIDO: 00:00 = Saludo inicial. 00:37 = Promo Feelyoga.club 01:18 = Introducción al episodio. 01:45 = Presentación de María Bartolomé Arce. 03:20 = La historia personal de María. 08:51 = Por qué estamos tan desconectados del cuerpo. 14:47 = Nuestra responsabilidad en el autocuidado. 18:38 = Qué ocurre cuando intentamos huir de la emoción. 21:36 = La ira, un recurso contra la tristeza. 26:04 = Cómo gestionar sensaciones desagradables. 28:49 = El dolor de cabeza y las migrañas. 33:58 = La peculiaridad de nuestras caderas. 41:21 = Las pérdidas de referente (externos o internos) 44:00 = No todas las herramientas sirven para todo el mundo. 46:31 = Cómo trabaja María todo este conjunto de elementos. 52:55 = Ayudando en la formación de profesionales. 54:09 = Últimos comentarios. 54:45 = Despedida del episodio. 56:06 = Fin. Mi nuevo proyecto, Feelyoga.club: https://feelyoga.club/ Más información sobre Cuidar-T en: https://cuidar-t.es/ Perfil de Cuidar-T en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuidar_t/ Mi estudio de yoga: https://feelyoga.es/ Web de Fisiomática: https://fisiomatica.com/ Instagram de Fisiomática: https://www.instagram.com/fisiomatica/ Los derechos de todas las músicas utilizadas son de libre uso o han sido debidamente adquiridos.
Julissa Arce used to think that the secret to fitting in was to "sound white" — to speak English perfectly, with no accent. And for years after her family came to the U.S. from Mexico, she did all the things immigrants are "supposed" to do to assimilate: she went to college, got a job at Goldman Sachs and became an American citizen. It wasn't enough. So Arce decided that the solution was to stop trying to fit in, and instead embrace her whole identity. Her ideas come to life in her book, You Sound Like a White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation.In this encore episode from this past March, guest host Elise Hu revisits her conversation with Arce about the book, and what it means to celebrate your own culture and history. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenaMin and email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
What factors influence the walking speed of an occupant? Is it just their physiology and crowd density? It seems it is more complicated than that (as most things are in fire science...). Dr John Gales of York University takes me on a journey through their extremally interesting research on anthropomorphic data and movement speeds, which they have been extensively carrying through the last years. You will learn why the crowd at a football match will have a different characteristic than one attending American football (handegg?). Why evacuation is quicker in torrential rain than in fire, and how stimuli may drive the walking speeds as well. And how a beer tent helped uncover that!John has mentioned a lot of resources that may be of interest.The online course mentioned by John is available at: https://uwaterloo.ca/fire-research-and-safety/fire-safety-program and a course outline may be found here.Learn more about the York Fire Engineering group at https://yorkufire.com/The SFPE Foundation report cited in the episode can be found here.A list of relevant papers is available below: Chin, K., Young, T., Chorlton, B., Aucoin, D., and Gales, J., (2022) Crowd Behaviour in Canadian Football Stadia - Part 1 - Data Collection. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering (Canadian Science Publishing). 49 (7)Chin, K., Young, T., Chorlton, B., Aucoin, D., and Gales, J., (2022) Crowd Behaviour in Canadian Football Stadia - Part 2 - Modelling Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering (Canadian Science Publishing). 49 (7) Yerushalami, A., Folk, L., Carton, H., Gales, J., Khan A., Weckman, B. (2022) Fire Evacuation Modelling of a Canadian Wildland Urban Interface Community. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering (Canadian Science Publishing). 49 (1) Arce, S., Jeanneret, C., Gales, J, Antonellis, D., and Vaiciulyte, S. (2021) Human Behaviour in Informal Settlement Fires in Costa Rica. Safety Science (Elsevier). 142. 105384. Young, T., Gales, J, Kinsey M, and Wong W. (2021) Variability in Stadia Evacuation under Normal, High-Motivation, and Emergency Egress. Journal of Building Engineering (Elsevier). 40 Folk, L., Gonzales, K., Gales, J., Kinsey, M, and Carratin, E. and Young, T. (2020) Emergency Egress for the Elderly in Care Home Fire Situations. Fire and Materials (John Wiley). 44(4): 595- 606.
It's Hispanic Heritage Month! And Julissa Natzely Arce Raya has complicated feelings. The author of You Sound Like a White Girl sits down with host Brittany Packnett Cunningham to talk about why some stories get told so much more than others—and what that costs us. You'll hear about rebel cheerleaders, solidarity between activists, the pressure to assimilate, and what Julissa learned from her journey through Wall Street. Plus, of course, this week's UNtrending news. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today on Exploring the Marketplace, Shawn Bolz & Bob Hasson interview Nicole Arce. Nicole is the Co-Founder and President of Gen-Rev Healing Collective and serves as a Functional Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach. As an Allied Health Professional and Business Owner, she works closely with her husband, Dr. Michael and the Healing Collective to bring restoration and reformation through healthcare. Through her extensive background in both the business and practice of healthcare, she is driven to actualize the paradigm shift in bringing sustainable healing and wholeness to people, families and communities. Tune in as Shawn, Bob & Nicole discuss her radical pursuit of God when He invaded her life and changed the trajectory, how He created amazing encounters throughout her life that played out into her destiny and her process of allowing the Lord to merge His word within natural medicine. These encounters fueled her passion to pursue further education and work experience in preventative and functional medicine and to build Gen-Rev with her husband, Dr. Michael on the firm foundation of the Word and Presence of God. Tune in!
Llegamos al viernes comentando la muerte de la Reina Isabel II y de Marciano Cantero, líder y voz de Los Enanitos Verdes. Pero también les compartimos el reportaje de Súbela News “Fui a bailar y me contagié de Viruela del Mono: El silencioso avance de una emergencia mundial de salud pública". Además, nos contactamos desde Londres con Javi Arce para conversar sobre el fallecimiento de la Reina Isabel II y nos visitó Camila Moreno para hablar del concierto por el aniversario de su álbum "Rey".
Christian Arce, owner and Engineer at New Age Construction, chats to us about his experience building hundreds of residential, commercial and hospitality buildings. He advises buying land, what to look for and what studies you must do during due diligence. Then we chat about sub-dividing land, water's importance, and the sources you can get legal water from.Contact us: email@example.comGuest today:Christian Arce: firstname.lastname@example.orgNew Age Construction: https://www.facebook.com/NewAgeConstruction
1. Cierran la página “Tumba el tumbe” que operaba una empleada de Luma y oficiales de comunicación del gobierno vinculados al chat de Ricky Rossellٕó y se mantenían insultando a la Utier, a Figueroa Jaramillo, a políticos y opositores. ¿Era con fondos públicos que se pagaba estos ataques? 2. Se confirma este programa: Corrupción en República Dominicana salpica a Puerto Rico. Inicia el caso que anticipamos aquí hace 1 año del exministro de Hacienda, Donald Guerrero, quien se disputa en PR el dealer Autogermana. Además, es dueño de todos los dealers de Autocentro. Lo investigan por sobornos, estafa y lavado de activos por más de $356.2 millones de dólares y mucho de eso vino a Puerto Rico. 3. Luma dice que reducirá en 20% las interrupciones en 90 días y que están listos para la temporada de huracanes, 4. Pero representantes del PPD denuncian que LUMA y el gobierno no están preparados para manejar una emergencia en el pico de la temporada de huracanes. Y siguen las protestas en San Juan desde el Jueves. 5. Lavado de cara a aseguradoras: ASES dice que busca maneras de evitar la caída de la Reforma de Salud en un precipicio fiscal 6. EPA advierte sobre gas contaminante que podría perjudicar la salud. Dicen que trabajan con la empresas implicadas para reducir ese posible daño. 7. La inteligencia de EE.UU. evaluará el daño a la seguridad nacional causado por los documentos incautados en la residencia de Trump. 8. Brasil multa con 1,3 millones de dólares a Facebook por filtración de datos 9. AMLO, Petro, Arce y Castillo rechazan la persecución judicial contra Cristina Kirchner Fuerte respaldo de Alberto Fernández y otros líderes regionales. 10. La llegada de Francia Márquez al poder visibiliza el racismo en Colombia. 11. El régimen de Daniel Ortega ejecuta un proceso legal “plagado de arbitrariedades” contra los sacerdotes apresados. 12. Zúmbale mambo pa' que mi gata prenda lo' motore' “Gasolina” se lleva el #1 de Rolling Stones de mejor canción de reggaetón Éstas y otras noticias, hoy En Blanco y Negro con Sandra. - - - Este programa se transmite por las siguientes emisoras, y por sus respectivas plataformas digitales, y aplicaciones para dispositivos Apple y Android: 1. Cadena WIAC - WYAC 930 AM: Cabo Rojo-Mayagüez 2. Cadena WIAC – WISA 1390 AM Isabela 3. Cadena WIAC - WIAC 740 AM: Área metropolitana 4. WLRP 1460 AM Radio Raíces: La voz del Pepino en San Sebastián 5. Radio Grito 1200AM: Lares 6. Radio Grito 93.3 FMAguadilla 7. Radio Grito:92.1 FM Arecibo-Ponce 8. X61 610 AM: Patillas y toda la zona sureste 9. X61 94.3 FM:Patillas-Guayama 10. Mi Podcast: Anchor, SoundCloud y demás. https://anchor.fm/sandrarodriguezcotto Redes Sociales: FACEBOOK, TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, LINKEDIN · E-mail: Enblancoynegroconsandra@gmail.com · BLOG: http://enblancoynegromedia.blogspot.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sandrarodriguezcotto/support
PODCAST del Domingo 28 de Agosto de 2022 1. Misión de Cristo. La búsqueda de la verdad. La fe por Alfa y Omega. 2. Romanos Cap. 4 El ejemplo de Abraham. La Promesa realizada por fe. 3. Premier Torres, Construyamos un Perú en el que envejecer con dignidad se haga una realidad. 4. Congreso de Perú aprueba ley que perjudica alimentación de niños. 5. Perú promulga nueva ley ambiental. 6. Justicia de Perú admite demanda contra española Repsol por USD 4.500 millones. 7. La Prueba de la Vida. Los Pedidos. Los creadores del sistema Llorar y crujir de dientes, por Alfa y Omega. 8. Romanos Cap. 5 Resultados de la justificación. Adán y Cristo. 9. Fiscal Rafael Vela: Está demostrado que la Fujimori conocía el origen ilícito de ese dinero. 10. Arce y Morales lideran marcha en defensa de la democracia en Bolivia. 11. Chilenos se debaten entre aprobar o rechazar el texto de la nueva Carta Magna. 12. Los Juicios Pendientes. Caen extrañas Costumbres por Alfa y Omega. 13. Romanos Cap. 6 Muertos al pecado. Siervos de la justicia. 14. Sinesio López en otra mirada con Carlos Bedoya, crisis en el Perú; ejecutivo y legislativo; el presidente, las pirañas y los tiburones; Sistema de delitos del poder. Legitimidad de desempeño y de origen. Adelanto de elecciones o cierren el congreso; la presencia ciudadana, la sociedad civill débil. 15. Lucha contra inflación hará sufrir a las familias en EEUU, advierte la Fed.
Hoy es tu gran día es un programa de evangelización en vivo desde Dallas, Texas, para vivir en plenitud la vida en Cristo, caminando junto a El para ver las maravillas a nuestro alrededor en la vida diaria como discípulos. Conducido por Carlos Canseco, Elsy Acatitla.
This week we feature Adriana Arce who is a VP at REBEL and the CEO & Founder of Hauss of Power. Adriana is a powerhouse executive in the music industry — having managed pop stars including Miley Cyrus and Lil Nas X for nearly a decade. She's also a Forbes 30 Under 30 recipient, and she has been seen in Forbes, Cosmopolitan, Vibe, Billboard, Variety and more.
Hoy tuvimos un programa más que especial: El Súper Ciudadanxs cerró un ciclo con la conducción de José María del Pino (@josemdelpino). Por eso, vivimos una hora un tanto distinta. Le dedicamos "Party in the USA" al Jose, porque será su nuevo destino, y luego escuchamos también su canción escogida para este momento. Todo esto sin dejar de lado la esencia del programa incluyendo la contingencia del día. Pero eso no fue todo, porque Valentina Matus, editora de Contexto Factual y Rodrigo Pérez de Arce, investigador del IES, llegaron directo al estudio para hacer un último panel (ex) constituyente, donde cerramos el programa con todo el equipo de Súbela presente
What you can't do has no relevance to God. Today on Exploring the Marketplace, Shawn Bolz & Bob Hasson interview Medical Director, Michael Arce M.D. Michael Arce M.D. is the Medical Director and Co-Founder of Gen-Rev, he is residency and fellowship trained in Emergency Medicine. As a gifted educator, driven by love, wisdom and skill, Dr. Michael empowers patients to overcome and thrive. Dr. Michael is a pioneer of breakthrough approaches, believing that with God, all things are possible! Tune in as Shawn, Bob & Dr. Michael Arce discuss his faith within his medical career and how he navigates high stress and faith. Dr. Arce shares some amazing stories of how hearing from God during emergency medical procedures has changed the outcome. Hear why Dr. Arce launched his business Gen-Rev and how he couples evidence-based medicine with out of the box thinking so patients can benefit from the multiple arms of healing.
Retomamos nuestro querido panel con Rodrigo Pérez de Arce, investigador del IES y Valentina Matus, editora de Contexto Factual. Esta vez, hablamos de los últimos acontecimientos del Gobierno y de cómo se percibe el panorama. El Apruebo ha subido en las encuestas, comenta Valentina Matus, pero la brecha sigue amplia. Rodrigo dice que el Gobierno pudo hacer una campaña perfecta, pero se ha entrampado en temas como la percepción de seguridad y la inflación. Finalmente, pareciera que tenemos dos marcos: el del cambio y el de la certeza, y tanto el Apruebo como el Rechazo deberán apostar por una en la franja que comienza este viernes.
Today I have the great pleasure of welcoming Adriene Arce to my show! Adriene is my narrator for the Blood Wisp trilogy, and it was really great to talk about the process with her. It's a slightly longer episode, but we think it's worth every second. (but if you want an even longer chat, the Patreon Extended Edition is 2 1/2 hours long :O We couldn't shut up! Clearly, we both love this topic.)***Come join The Writing Sparrow on its very own Facebook fan page or its very own Instagram account!To find out more about Adriene, check out her Instagram or her ACX profile.Find out more about Sarina and her books on her website, and find her on Instagram and on Facebook. Support the show
You may have heard about Mob Programming from a professional developer's perspective. But have you heard about it first hand from a college student's perspective? Join Chris and Austin as they ask college students Jack Wei, Joel Plotnik, and Alec Arce about their ensemble experiences with other students and with professional engineers. Jack, Joel, and Alec share about what they liked and what they did not like in their weekly mobbing sessions. Lastly, as they reach the end of their college journey, they offer advice to college students who are just starting out. Video and Show Notes: https://youtu.be/tg84bP-s3Mg
Hello Interactors,EVs made headlines this week as members of the U.S. Congress continue to chase their tail in search of remnants of the Green New Deal. I talked about cobalt last week as a key ingredient for lithium-ion batteries, but a new bill offered by congress this week has implications for another, more obvious, mineral — lithium. The biggest source is in an environmentally sensitive area of Bolivia, and U.S.-Bolivian relations are equally sensitive.As interactors, you’re special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You’re also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let’s go…THE PARADOX OF NATURAL STOCKSToday is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday. These words appeared on a ceramic plaque in the shape of a tea kettle that hung in the kitchen of my grandma’s house. Why do we worry about tomorrow? Is it because we don’t know what it brings? No way to control it? We wake up every day in a past tomorrow living in a future yesterday. Today’s tomorrows are becoming increasingly worrisome on a warming planet that needed help yesterday.Democrats in Washington DC worried about tomorrow focused their action, in part, on Electric Vehicles (EV) this week. As part of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, they hope to expand EV tax credits and invent $10 billion in investment tax credits to build clean-technology manufacturing facilities.There’s a provision on the EV tax credit regarding the sourcing and processing of the minerals needed to make the lithium-ion batteries found in EVs. It says, “with respect to the battery from which the electric motor of such vehicle draws electricity,” a certain percentage of the “critical minerals contained in such battery” must be ‘‘(i) extracted or processed in any country with which the United States has a free trade agreement in effect, or (ii) recycled in North America.”This might explain why Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called for more ‘friend-shoring’ while in Seoul South Korea earlier this week. That’s a term she uses to woo countries into trade practices agreeable to the U.S. She chose South Korea because we need their lithium-ion battery production. In April, LG announced plans for a $1.4 billion battery plant in Queen Creek, Arizona. They are the number two battery producer in the world behind China.The provision isn’t just about the source of the battery, but the source of the materials in the battery. Their key ingredient – lithium – will most likely come from one or more of three countries in Latin America. They’ll need to be ‘Friend-shored’ if America wants to dominate the EV market. The country with the largest and most accessible source, Bolivia, has no shore and recently have not been friendly with the United States.The world’s largest lithium reserves sit in the Atacama Desert which forms a triangulated region known as the “Lithium Triangle”. It sits within the geopolitical boundaries of Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile which were drawn in the 19th century. Bolivia, now home to the largest population of Indigenous people, became land locked when Chile crushed them in the War of the Pacific from 1879-1884. They took away land that gained Bolivia access to the Pacific Ocean. Bolivia lost even more land in the Gran Chaco region to Paraguay after the Chaco War from 1932–35Much of the international law that governs these disputes were written to advantage American and European colonist expansion. They were part of a neoliberal agenda by the global North to ensure the rights of these borders and those legally living within them, but also to exploit their natural and human resources. Latin American countries rich with natural resources were eager to participate in the global economy. Many in these Latin American countries viewed their natural resources as an economic blessing – a way to secure and grow their new nation’s economic prosperity amidst a burgeoning global economy. But for most, it was a curse that invited environmental degradation and poverty at the hands of outsiders. This paradox was observed as early as 1711 in a British publication, The Spectator, "It is generally observed, that in countries of the greatest plenty there is the poorest living." In 1995 economist Richard Auty saw this geographical pattern occurring in East Asia, Africa, and Latin America and gave it a name: ‘Resource Curse’.Auty observes the curse is often explained away by neoliberals as a factor of work ethic; they are simply too lazy to keep up with ‘advanced’ economies or lack the necessary resources. But he says politics are blamed as well. The U.S. has spent centuries of time, energy, and money backing Latin American neoliberal regimes and schemes toward their globalist agenda. Both overtly and covertly and always rhetorically. Authoritatively from the right, ‘Peace through Strength’, or diplomatically from the left, ‘Friend-shoring.’The United States has long envisioned an American continent that mimics the United States. University of Iowa international law professor, Christopher Rossi, writes, “Latin Americanism emerged from a deeply circumspect nineteenth century regard for hegemonic foreign policy intentions of the United States, which had weaponized the defensive construct of its Monroe Doctrine (1823) with the annexation of Texas (1845), the Mexican-American War (1846-1848), and an assortment of turn of-the-century interventions and power plays in the Caribbean and Central America over future control of the Panama Canal.”One of the most recent power plays came with the suspected ousting of one of only two elected Indigenous leaders in the history of colonized America, in a country rich with lithium, Bolivia’s 65th president, Evo Morales.REAGAN BIRTHS A POLITICIANEvo Morales was born in western Bolivia in a small Indigenous Aymara village to farmers in 1959. As a young boy he helped his dad grow coca and trade it in the markets of Cochabamba, Bolivia’s third largest city. It took two weeks by foot to get there. Coca is an Aymaran word, “Khoka” – ‘the tree’. It is most associated with cocaine, but the leaf has been central to Andean culture for thousands of years. It’s one of the oldest cultivated plants in South America and has been used as currency, tea, and was even the original ingredient in Coca-Cola. (Kola is a caffeinated African nut) Coca is also commonly chewed by Andeans. Saliva breaks down the leaf to release alkaloids; none of which produce the euphoric effects of processed coca for cocaine but are believed to have health benefits.Growing up, Evo Morales learned Spanish and attended the Agrarian Humanistic Technical Institute of Orinoca (ITAHO), but never finished. After his military service, he became a coca grower. As cocaine gained popularity in America in the 70s, the price of coca increased and farming coca became popular. Morales soon joined a farmers union protecting Indigenous rights to farm coca for traditional Andean purposes in the face of competition among many, and hostilities toward some, coca growers.In 1980 a far-right, anti-union, military dictator, Luis García Meza, became displeased with Bolivia’s turn toward a more pro-civilian communitarian government. He also sensed the decline of the Carter administration in the U.S. and gambled on the country swinging to the right in line with his beliefs. So, as Reagan entered the White House Meza took military control of Bolivia. A year later soldiers kidnapped a coca farmer accusing him of trafficking cocaine, beat him up, and burned him to death. This event is what spurred the young Evo Morales into politics.Reagan distanced himself from Meza, who was eventually pressured to resign. His replacement was a leftist moderate, Hernán Siles Zuazo, who had served previously as president in the 1950s. Amid widespread poverty he came to the U.S. for aid. They agreed under the condition Bolivia would adopt their neoliberal economic plan. That plan involved the privatization of Bolivia’s natural resources – including the coca plant.With Siles back in office in the 1980s, Reagan had a neoliberal ally and a partner in his infamous War on Drugs. Reagan pressured Siles to use military force to suppress coca growers. The U.S. sent troops to help burn coca fields. There were reports of beatings should owners resist. Farmers were offered $2500 an acre to voluntarily eradicate their crops. Morales was one of them and he refused. In that moment, the coca plant became a symbol of Bolivian natural resources, and his Indigenous Andean ancestral heritage, and he didn’t like U.S. imperialists threatening to control it. Activists protested chanting, “Long live coca! Death to the Yankees!"Evo Morales organized similar protests throughout the 1980s and 90s and rose through the ranks of various union groups. He took leadership of MAS (Movement for Socialism) – “an indigenous-based political party that calls for the nationalization of industry, legalization of the coca leaf ... and fairer distribution of national resources." By the 2002 elections MAS became Bolivia’s second largest party gaining 20% of the popular vote.In 2003, more protest erupted after a U.S. company offered to buy a nationalized natural gas pipeline for below market value. Activists took to the street resulting in 80 people dead. Morales called for President Sánchez de Lozada to resign. Lozada fled to Miami, Florida and was replaced by Carlos Mesa who had ties to U.S. In 2004 he resigned fearing a civil war between the upper-class White Bolivian elites concentrated in major cities and the rural working and middle class. In 2005, 85% of Bolivians turned out to vote. Evo Morales earned 54% of the total. This was the first victory by absolute majority in Bolivia in 40 years and the highest national vote percentage of any presidential candidate in Latin American history.President Morales maintained focus on state sovereignty over natural resources. His administration nationalized Bolivian oil and natural gas, telecommunications, electricity, and restructured a state-owned mining company. Thanks to high international commodity prices, for the first time since its borders had been ratified, Bolivia experienced a continuous economic public-sector surplus between 2006-2013.Because of his extractive agenda, Morales is sometimes regarded as capitalist; but a communitarian one. Instead of the profits going to privately held companies and select shareholders, they fund social programs. Morales is also regarded as an environmentalist and a voice for climate justice. His philosophy links to Andean Indigenous heritage and a widely held Amerindian belief in natural rights called “Buen Vivir” or “Living Well”. He ensconced many of these philosophies into the Bolivian constitution. His actions made Bolivia a world leader in encoding Indigenous and natural rights into law.His ‘Living Well’ Bolivian laws, were simply following international law. The Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth is part of the World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth. It was this ratification that declared April 22 as International Earth Day. The Declaration is intended to spur every country in the world to enact laws and practices that recognize “Mother Earth is the source of life, nourishment and learning and provides everything we need to live well.” (my italics) There is a difference between ‘living well’ and ‘living better’. The current dominant economic philosophy encourages competition between individuals to live better then another, but Morales, and the UN are asking, what if we all could live well?BATTERY POWERED COUPThe aim to for all to live well is why Morales included laws like: “The State and any individual or collective person must respect, protect, and guarantee the rights of Mother Earth for the well-being of current and future generations” There are 58 articles intended to help countries regulate ‘Living Well’, including: “non-commercialization of the environmental functions of Mother Earth; integrality; precautionary action; guarantee to restore Mother Earth; guarantee to regenerate Mother Earth; historical responsibility; priority of prevention; plural participation; water for life; solidarity among human beings; harmonious relation; social justice; climate justice; plural economy; complementarity and equilibrium; and dialogue of traditional knowledges and science.”It also includes a ‘Right to Development’ that Morales was following with his extractive economic policy.“the right to development [as] an inalienable human right by virtue of which every human person and all peoples are entitled to participate in, contribute to, and enjoy economic, social, cultural and political development, in which all human rights and fundamental freedoms can be fully realized.”The Organization of American States (OAS), an organization largely funded by the U.S. government and headquartered in Washington D.C., helped draft these declarations which Morales inserted into the Bolivian constitution. It’s derived from the 2007 United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples that“provides a shared framework for improving temporary situations where two opposed interests collide, that is, the rights of indigenous peoples and State politics.”There are 148 countries who ratified this declaration in 2016, but the United States, Canada, Colombia, and Brazil are not among them. They have issues with ideas of “free determination, consultation, and consent, collective rights, and natural resources, land, and territories.” Which is why the United States may have had issues with Morales.Seeing Bolivia’s lithium stores were the next natural resource to be exploited by the United States, Morales turned his attention to developing lithium according to his ‘Living Well’ constitutional articles. But some Indigenous separatists, and Indigenous people most impacted by lithium extraction, became critical of Evo Morales and his eagerness to capitalize on this economic opportunity.The first attempts at extraction were privatized, but seeking to avoid the ‘resource curse’, Morales formed the state-owned YLB, Yacimientos de Litio Bolivianos, for the sole purpose of lithium development. However, seeing Venezuela’s failure to effectively drill oil without outside investment or expertise, he decided to ease his stance on sole state-ownership and sought public-private partnerships. In 2014 and 2017 he invited a French and a Chinese company to build battery plants. In 2018, he signed on a German company, ACI Systems. And in 2019, the Chinese Xinjiang TBEA Group became a strategic partner to explore new extraction opportunities.In October of that same year, 2019, came the national elections and with it another Morales victory. But he was accused of election fraud. (It’s still disputed, but findings fall along political, ethnic, and cultural lines) Around election time protests erupted in the city where the German plant was built. Locals claimed to unhappy with the ACI deal. In November, Morales cancelled it. A week later the military ousted Morales in what is widely believed to be a far-right coup not unlike the one that spurred Morales to political action in the 80s. Morales escaped in exile to Mexico and then Argentina. He also claims his life had been threatened by U.S. CIA operatives.Predictably, the interim government was led by an opposition senator named Jeanine Áñez. The Catholic pink bible carrying former news anchor not only put lithium projects on hold, but criminal liability for police brutality against protesters enraged by the coup. She also cut off ties to Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba and became cozy with the United States. A year later, October 2020, elections were held again and Morales’s former Minister of Economy, MAS candidate Luis Arce, won in a landslide.Arce is viewed as a pragmatist but also an adherent the principles Morales instilled in the constitution. Including upholding his 2006 implementation of the Productive Community Social Economic Model which distributes economic surpluses to all Bolivian people so they may ‘live well’.Arce said in a recent interview, “Parallel to the economic growth achieved, we managed to reduce moderate poverty from 60.6 percent in 2005 to 37.2 percent in 2019; extreme poverty from 38.2 percent to 12.9 percent and inequality," And just this week Bolivia micro-mobility startup, Quantum, said they hope Arce’s plans to build Bolivian batteries plays out soon, they want to put them in their tiny electric urban micro-cars and motorcycles. They operate out of Cochabamba where Morales traded coca for corn with his dad in public markets decades ago. Bolivian elections come in just three years but even Arce’s allies don’t believe their facilities can bring Bolivian batteries to market before 2030.In the meantime, outside investors continue to court Bolivia, including the United States. But the U.S. hasn’t had an ambassador in Bolivia since Morales kicked Rob Goldberg out in 2008 on counts of espionage. And I’m sure American companies won’t want to legally adhere to the ‘Living Well’ laws of the Bolivian constitution; just as the American government doesn’t want to ratify the UN’s versions into international law. It may be hard for the U.S. to ‘Friend-shore’ Bolivia. Especially when their shore was taken by Chile. Meanwhile environmentalists worry the state’s ambition to curb poverty through extractive mining will continue to harm the environment.Massive amounts of water are needed to lure lithium from their salty beds. Mining operations can use as much water in one day that a single family would use in twenty-two years. Alpine runoff is the only source of water in the ‘Lithium Triangle’ and La Niña can bring extended periods of drought. Furthermore, this area is home to three of the world’s six species of flamingos. Both plants and animals in this rich avifauna area are sensitive to ecological extremes risking further depletion of biodiversity.Little attention is given to the environmental impacts of lithium mining. The largest number of scholarly research on the subject overwhelming comes from the three countries who seek to exploit and consume it the most for the worldwide lithium-ion battery market: The United States, China, and Germany.But if Arce keeps to the laws of his own constitution, as ensconced by his friend and colleague Evo Morales, he must balance “precautionary action”, “guarantees to restore Mother Earth”, “guarantees to regenerate Mother Earth”, and respect “water for life” with “economic, social, cultural and political development” so that “all human rights and fundamental freedoms can be fully realized.” There’s a mind twisting saying associated with ‘Living Well’ that reminds me of that plaque in my grandma’s kitchen. It says, “that which already is, is that which will be, without yet being what it already is.” Today, that which already is, is the tomorrow, that which will be, that you worried about yesterday, yet being what it already is. We may worry what tomorrow brings on the horizon of life, but this much is for sure: it depends on the recognition, and lawful ratification, of Mother Earth as the source of life, nourishment, and learning because it provides everything we need to live well.Podcast Music:1. Loca de Remate: Ronny Lovy.2. Queremos Saya: Los Kjarkas.3. Huellas de Mi Llamita - Grupo Aymara.4. Tarpuricusum Sarata - Captain Planet Remix: Luzmila Carpio, Captain Planet. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io
Hoy recibimos nuevamente a Rodrigo Pérez de Arce, investigador de @ieschile y a Valentina Matus, editora de contenidos de @ContextoFactual. En esta ocasión, conversamos del clima electoral del país, el vínculo entre el Gobierno y la campaña para el plebiscito constitucional y nos preguntamos qué queda por hacer desde el lado del Apruebo y el Rechazo para conquistar a los votantes, estando a 38 días del plebiscito.
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Our examination of Ruben Zuno-Arce's case in this episode, combined with the facts presented in Part 1, provides a foundation for us to question the government's investigation and prosecution of the Camarena case, including issues of government overreach, dubious witnesses, paid informants, and false allegations. This analysis is relevant to not only the Camarena case, but also to other and current government investigations.
De los cambios en Argentina hablamos con Jorge Liotti y Francisco Jueguen de "La Nación". De Chile, con el analista Rodrigo Pérez de Arce. Y de la receta, con la chef Patricia Bueno
Ruben Zuno-Arce was a central figure in two criminal trials in the U.S., a key subject of several episodes of Narcos: Mexico, and is vilified in The Last Narc. This episode takes a look at who Mr. Zuno was, his history and background, and analyzes the two criminal trials and the witnesses against Mr. Zuno. This episode leads into next week's second part which will detail why Mr. Zuno's case is significant and what it can tell us about the government's investigations and prosecutions.
Hoy regresó nuestro panel constituyente, en el que junto a Valentina Matus, editora de Contexto Factual y Rodrigo Pérez de Arce, investigador del Instituto de Estudios de la Sociedad (IES), comentamos el ambiente previo a la ceremonia de entrega del borrador de la nueva Constitución, que se realizará el lunes 4 de julio a las 10:00 horas. Según anticipamos, Gaspar Dominguez y María Elisa Quinteros harán un discurso, firmarán tres ejemplares del borrador y lo entregarán al presidente Boric, quien junto a la ministra del Interior, Izkia Siches y el Ministro Secretario General de la Presidencia, Giorgio Jackson, también firmarán el decreto para convocar el Plebiscito de Salida del 4 de septiembre.
GUEST OVERVIEW: Robert Arce is a retired Phoenix Police Detective. Most of his career, he worked Mexican organized crime and street gangs with his agency. He started his career in late 1981, so he was at ground zero when the crack cocaine epidemic hit his city and the associated violence. He was a patrolman in inner city Phoenix. By the mid-80s, he was working in an undercover narcotics unit buying street-level drugs to start. He eventually transferred to a team working with the DEA, buying multi-kilos of cocaine and multi-ounce purchases of heroin. Robert Arce also worked an undercover police property sting operation; they would set up a fake pawn shop, body shop, or some other fake business and run fencing operations buying stolen cars, firearms, and burglary loot. He later worked the gang unit at the street level; then gang investigations, including drive-by shooting/homicide cases. Later he was assigned to the FBI for five years on a Violent Street Gang Task Force, primarily doing wiretap investigations on street gangs tied to Mexican drug cartels. During his last two years, he worked on human smuggling and kidnapping investigations with Arizona DPS and ICE. Robert Arce retired in 2005 and worked ten years outside the U.S.A. on various contracts. Those contracts included three years in Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia as an organized crime advisor for DOJ. He then did two years in Tal Afar/Mosul, Iraq as a police advisor, and another two years in Port au Prince, Haiti, running an anti-kidnapping team for the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations. He finished with three years in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico as the program manager for the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Program for the U.S. Department of State for northern Mexico. After leaving Mexico, he wrote for the Cartel Chronicles for 2 1/2 years at Breitbart News. He has also done freelance work with Sara Carter from Fox News on the opioid crisis. Robert Arce now works as a full-time contributor for Americano Media as a law enforcement subject matter expert. Americano Media is the first nationwide conservative Spanish-speaking media outlet that launched in March of this year.
Volvimos luego de un par de días sin transmisiones por la dolorosa partida de Coke Hassemo, pero lo hicimos con un Súper Ciudadanos dedicado a nuestro Gurú, en el que junto a Clau Cayo (@chirimoyalegre) le dedicamos unas palabras y una banda sonora que ella misma sugirió porque de seguro le habría encantado. Tras este pequeño homenaje retomamos el Panel Constituyente con Valentina Matus y Rodrigo Pérez de Arce, para comentar la recta final del trabajo de la Convención.
Hablamos de 'Tu cuerpo es tuyo' con su autora con el cómico Raúl Massana sobre el vídeo viral de su hija explicando el contenido de este. Nicolás Castellano y Begoña Arce nos acercan a la actualidad de Ruanda. Además hablamos de donaciones con Matilde Cañelles y Jesús Covas.
Analizamos la deportación de migrantes con la corresponsal de la SER en Londres, Begoña Arce, y nuestro compañero experto en migraciones, Nicolás Castellano.
Hablamos de 'Tu cuerpo es tuyo' con su autora con el cómico Raúl Massana sobre el vídeo viral de su hija explicando el contenido de este. Nicolás Castellano y Begoña Arce nos acercan a la actualidad de Ruanda. Además hablamos de donaciones con Matilde Cañelles y Jesús Covas.
Lilian Delgado Espejel y Daniela Arce Cabrera nos van a contar en este episodio sobre una comunidad para mejorar la calidad de vida de los niños que viven con cancer. Esta comunidad se llama, La hora dorada y está conformada por gente de 100 hospitales diferentes, sobre todo en México pero también en otros países de Latinoamérica. Es una comunidad que intercambia experiencias, herramientas y nuevas actitudes para solucionar un tema de lo más difícil. Vamos a hablar de mejorar la cultura hospitalaria y la calidad de los servicios de salud. Este es el 7mo y último episodio de la serie APRENDERenCOMUNIDAD, sobre Comunidades de Aprendizaje y Práctica (CAPs). Un proyecto que realizamos entre Diseño y Diáspora y ColaBoraBora, que cuenta para su desarrollo con el apoyo del programa Bitartez del Departamento de Cultura del Gobierno Vasco. Esta entrevista es parte de las listas: Diseño y salud, México y diseño y Aprender en comunidad
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Mientras que el Congreso enfila una interpelación contra la ministra Dina Boluarte, la Defensoría del Pueblo exige la reevaluación de la designación del recién nombrado ministro Javier Arce.
When a classmate in junior high school told Julissa Arce, an immigrant from Mexico, that she sounded like a white girl, she took it as a compliment. “Sounding like a white girl gave me a false sense of security. Having an accent said I was from someplace else; sounding like a white girl fooled me into thinking I could belong in the United States,” she writes in her new book, “You Sound Like A White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation.” Writer, speaker, and immigration rights advocate, Arce became well known after publishing her first book, “My (Underground) American Dream,” about her experience working for Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs even though she was undocumented. In her latest release, she eviscerates the idea that through assimilation, anyone can be successful and accepted in America. In reality, she argues, assimilation functions as a tool of white supremacy. We talk with Arce about what it means to reject assimilation and how Latinos and other people of color are reclaiming their identities.
A school crush once told Julissa Arce that she sounded "like a white girl." At the time, Arce believed that was exactly what she wanted. But over the years, even after perfecting "accent-less" English, graduating from college, getting a job at Goldman Sachs, and becoming an American citizen, Arce still felt like she didn't belong. Instead of just trying to fit in as the solution, Arce began to question whether that was the very problem to begin with. Elise Hu talks to Arce about her new book — You Sound Like a White Girl — and the case for rejecting assimilation in favor of embracing yourself, your history, and your culture.
As a kid growing up in Texas, she thought that fitting in would keep her safe. Then, as she rose through the Wall Street ranks while harboring a big secret, a life-changing loss made her question everything. In her new book, You Sound Like a White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation, Julissa shares her personal journey, explores the veiled history of U.S. Latinos, and makes a powerful case for reimagining what it means to belong. Follow Julissa on Instagram @julissaarce. If you loved this episode, listen to Who Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez Is Writing For and Monica Muñoz Martinez is Confronting Our Past to Change the Future.Show your love and become a Latina to Latina Patreon supporter!