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Nuances: Beyond first impressions with the Asian diaspora
S2 E09: Offering Rain on reclaiming their Ecuadorian and Indian roots as a mixed-raced multimedia artist, and the importance of early access to the arts to increase diversity in the creative fields.

Nuances: Beyond first impressions with the Asian diaspora

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 36:11


GUEST BIO Offering Rain is an NYC born and based multi-media artist and organizer working in the realms of audio, poetry, painting and design. They utilize their artistic practice in hopes of refreshing the earth like rain through multicultural sound and poetic lyricism. Their previous work has been exhibited at Art on the Ave NYC, Soho House, Knockdown Center and Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance. As a DJ, they have worked in collaboration with HBO Max, mutual.love, Kajal Magazine and their music has been featured on Euphoria, Genera+ion and Walker.. Instagram | TikTok | Web DEFINITIONS Desi: someone who comes from or whose family comes from India, Pakistan, or Bangladesh but who lives in another country Masking: hiding your authentic self in an effort to gain greater social acceptance. Code switching LGBTQIA+ Queer TAKEAWAYS Hollywood's caricatures of Indian people created negative stereotypes that cause many Desi kids to be bullied and shamed for their ethnicity. Surrounding ourselves with a supportive community is key to reclaiming our whole identities and finding happiness. Mixed-race kids need the adults in their lives to claim them fully, but also to celebrate their mixed identity by showing interest in the other Events celebrating our ethnicities could also do the same to be more inclusive and welcoming to mixed-race members. Music and art are vehicles of connection. They often are the first experience of representation for people who have felt different their whole life. The arts would be more diverse if more people had access and exposure at a young age. Increasing access to creative tools and spaces is key to Although they received little media attention, there are many diaspora artists that have been paving the way for decades. Feed the fire in you, fan your own flames, people will catch on eventually. CONTACT Instagram | TikTok | Web | LinkedIn | Twitter Hosts: Lazou & Ariadne Mila

Secret Minorities Podcast
Secret Minorities #77 - Step By Step

Secret Minorities Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 52:24


This episode, we're all sick in the house! We talk breathing issues; Mexicans vs Ecuadorians;  we recap our show near LA; and we discuss social media presence. Enjoy! Follow us on social media! & Venmo us a donation, if you enjoy the show! Instagram: @secretminorities    Twitter: @secretminority -Nick Larson: IG: @nicklarsoncomedy  Twitter: @nicklarson85 FB: @nicklarson85 Venmo: @nicklarson85 -Danielle Arce: IG: @daniellearcecomedy Twitter: @daniellearce FB: @daniellearcecomedy Venmo: @daniellearce

Out Of Office: A Travel Podcast

On this episode of “Out of Office: A Travel Podcast,” Ryan takes us on a journey to Oaxaca City, the home of mezcal and loads of Catholic Churches—a great combo! Plus the boys discuss why Panama hats are, weirdly, Ecuadorian. Things we talked about on today's episode: Centro Cultural San Pablo Museo Textil de Oaxaca Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzmán CUATROSIE7E GALERÍA Estampa Galeria  La Casa De Las Artesanias Criollo (Enrique Olvera) Casa Oaxaca el Restaurante Boulenc Mercado 20 de Noviembre Bar Ilegal Mezcalogia El Árbol del Tule (The Tree of Tule)  Mercado Gastronómico de Santa María del Tule (Try a Tlayuda) The Last Stop: Ryan: Noma is closing at the end of 2024!https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/09/dining/noma-closing-rene-redzepi.html Kiernan:https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/04/04/the-mezcal-tour-of-oaxaca

theAnalysis.news
Honest Government Ad | Julian Assange

theAnalysis.news

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 2:11


The British, Australian, Ecuadorian, and US Governments have made an ad about Julian Assange's arrest, and it's surprisingly honest and informative! This video was originally published by The Juice Media in 2019.

The Elisabeth Elliot Podcast
Understanding Operation Auca GTJP-60

The Elisabeth Elliot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023


GATEWAY TO JOY Pgms: GTJ-191_Recap of the Auca Story- From Tragedy to Triumph-5 and GTJ-1000 When You Don't Understand. GUESTS: Long-time radio host Bob Lepine talks about "Doing the next thing" and Ecuadorian missionary Frank Kollinger talks about the legacy of the missionaries who sought to share the Gospel with the Auca/ Waodani people. Theme music: John Hanson. Visit www.ElisabethElliot.org for more lectures and talks, devotionals, videos, Gateway to Joy programs, and other resources.

Fintech Leaders
Aron Schwarzkopf, CEO of Kushki - Ecuador's First Unicorn, Hidden Benefits of a Digital Economy, & Why We Should Get Rid of Cash

Fintech Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 29:25


Miguel Armaza heads down to sunny Miami for the Fintech Nexus LatAm Conference, to sit down with Aron Schwarzkopf, CEO & Co-Founder of Kushki, one of the largest digital payments companies in Latin America that's helping businesses across the region digitize their payments under a single integration.Founded in 2017, Kushki now operates across most of Spanish-speaking Latin America, was last valued at $1.5 billion, and has raised almost $200 million in equity capital from Kaszek, Softbank, Clocktower, DILA, and more.We discuss:Societal benefits of a digitized economy, and how digital payments can reduce corruption and increase the velocity of a marketWorking with financial regulators across the region and why he sees evidence that regulators understand the benefits of fintech and is optimistic for the future of the industryGrowing Kushki from zero to 1,000 people and some of the biggest lessons learned along the wayWhat it means to be the first Ecuadorian unicorn and why he hopes to inspire more entrepreneurs to follow his path… and a lot more!Want more podcast episodes? Join me and follow Fintech Leaders today on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app for weekly conversations with today's global leaders that will dominate the 21st century in fintech, business, and beyond.Do you prefer a written summary, instead? Check out the Fintech Leaders newsletter and join 50,000+ readers and listeners worldwide!Miguel Armaza is Co-Founder & Managing General Partner of Gilgamesh Ventures, a seed-stage investment fund focused on fintech in the Americas. He also hosts and writes the Fintech Leaders podcast and newsletter.Miguel on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3nKha4ZMiguel on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Jb5oBcFintech Leaders Newsletter: bit.ly/3jWIpqp

In The Art Scene
S6 E2 - Ecuadorian artist and visual anthropologist Tatiana Lopez explores indigenous tribe's beliefs in spirits and dreams

In The Art Scene

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 54:12


What on Earth is a visual anthropologist?.. When I first saw Tatiana's work I thought 'Ooh, this is a very unique multimedia'. But in our conversation, Tatiana uncovered so much more about her project with indigenous women in the Ecuadorian forest. With her work, she truly created a multisensory experience that brings a deeper understanding of the culture and people's concerns with the environmental situation in the region. Links and references Official website: tatianalopez.space Instagram: instagram.com/tatianalopez_om Limited edition prints: tatianalopez.space/prints Feature in LensCulture Other links: linktr.ee/tatianalopez_om --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-the-art-scene/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/in-the-art-scene/support

The One w/ Greg Gutfeld
She's Turning Cell Block C Into High Society

The One w/ Greg Gutfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 16:10


As seen on Gutfeld!, Co-host of the Jim Norton & Sam Roberts show on SiriusXM Radio, Jim Norton, Co-host of Outnumbered, Emily Compagno, and Co-hosts of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast, Tyrus and Kat Timpf discuss an Ecuadorian man legally changing his gender to obtain full custody of his children. Later, the panel weighs in on Ghislaine Maxwell teaching etiquette classes in prison. Follow Greg on Twitter: @GregGutfeld   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Totally Clinical: Trial Triumphs & Rad Trends
Speaking Patients' Language - Perla Nunes

Totally Clinical: Trial Triumphs & Rad Trends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 21:07


This week we welcome Perla Nunes, community outreach director at Greater Gift. Ecuadorian-born Perla is passionate about diversity – with specific focus on the Hispanic community. During this episode, she explains how Greater Gift is encouraging a new generation of leaders from diverse backgrounds through its scholarship program and why bilingual staff are key to build trust among patients.“I always ask if studies are offered in Spanish. The response I always get is, 'yes, everything has been translated to Spanish, IRB approved, and they have everything set up in Spanish.' So my follow up question is: 'The enrollment sites, do they have bilingual staff?'"

Grace in Tullahoma
THE FAITHFUL WITNESS

Grace in Tullahoma

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 38:35


The Faithful Witnesses – 20 Revelation 11:1-19 A few days ago, January 8, was the 67th anniversary of the death of Jim Elliot and four other young men in the Ecuadorian rainforest, by the Huaorani people. These people were unreached and dangerous. Most people groups who are unreached are so because they are difficult and dangerous to reach. Jim was only 28 years old, and he was speared to death trying to share Christ with these people, along with the

Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz
Schulz Reacts: Andrew Tate Attacked & Prince Harry Gets ROASTED

Andrew Schulz's Flagrant 2 with Akaash and Kaz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 141:11 Very Popular


00:00 - Andrew is a Renaissance man 06:46 - Jeff Bezos doesn't want you to buy books 13:52 - “Sacred Flaw” in The Godfather part 1 15:40 - Akaash is awful tech support 17:39 - Andrew loves bulls + NYC embracing PBR 33:23 - Horse-riding is SCARY + Who wins between Bear v Gorilla? 37:20 - National Anthem is lit 39:17 - Catching up with everyone's weekend 44:09 - Roasting EVERYONE'S fit 49:51 - Is Kim K trying to provoke Ye? 01:01:05 - Ecuadorian dad changes gender for his kids + twisting logic until it breaks 01:10:25 - Jake Paul signing with PGL 01:15:20 - Gervonta Davis really is elite 01:20:55 - Dillon Danis might not fight again 01:27:30 - No-one cares about Prince Harry… including his family 01:31:56 - George Santos is the GOAT liar 01:41:44 - N.W. Indian milky Wedding Tradition 01:47:04 - C. Ronaldo would rewrite Shariah law than marry his GF 01:55:00 - The Matrix hospitalised Andrew Tate? + Manosphere is the reaction to Feminism 02:19:18 - Bowling girl really is a great striker

Black and White Sports Podcast
Ecuadorian Father becomes legally "TRANS" to gain custody of his kids! Trans Activist are OUTRAGED!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 9:11


Ecuadorian Father becomes legally "TRANS" to gain custody of his kids! Trans Activist are OUTRAGED! New To The Podcast? Looking for a alternative to WOKE Media?! You Are In The Right Place! Make sure you subscribe! New To The Channel? Hit the Subscribe Button and Check out Our Website For Exclusive Content and Livestreams: www.blackandwhitenetwork.com Get your MERCH here: https://teespring.com/stores/blackandwhitesports Use Promo Code "USAFIRST" for 25% Off! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitenetwork/support

Any Given Runway
Episode 573: Maria Valencia - Ecuadorian Trumpet Player.

Any Given Runway

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 27:41


Ecuadorian trumpet player Maria Valenica shares the remarkable story of a chance encounter that dramatically helped her music career. 

ABL Live!
ABL Live! (1.07.22) Technical Difficulties!

ABL Live!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 180:30


In this episode of ABL Live, we covered a variety of topics including the fiasco surrounding the Speaker of the House vote which has finally been resolved, rapper Cardi B complaining about inflation after endorsing Joe Biden, Jordan Peterson being threatened by the Ontario College of Psychologists with revocation of his psychology licensee due to people complaining about his tweets, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin waking up and communicating with those around him, House Rep Cori Bush attacking her fellow Rep Byron Donalds for being a "token" to the GOP, an Ecuadorian man changing his gender to female in an attempt to gain custody of his children, and much more!

Pillow Talk
The Man Who Fought Chevron: Steven Donziger on Climate Change, House Arrest, and Keeping His Sanity

Pillow Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 67:57


Steven Donziger is an American attorney known for his legal battles with Chevron. In his most famous case, Aguinda v. Texaco, Inc, he represented over 30,000 farmers and indigenous people in Ecuador, who suffered environmental damage and health issues caused by oil drilling. The Ecuadorian court ordered Chevron to pay over $9 billion in damages, which led Chevron to withdraw its assets from Ecuador and launch legal action against Donziger in the US. In the end, he was disbarred, sentenced to prison time, and spent 993 days under house arrest.  Eileen and Donziger discuss what led him to Ecuador in the first place, climate change and mental health, how to fight big corporations, and what to do when you feel the whole world is conspiring against you.  Visit freedonziger.com to learn more about his case and donate to his legal defense fund.   Show links:   Follow @eileen on Instagram Follow @killerandasweetthang on Instagram Follow @eileeninparis on TikTok  Follow @goingmentalpodcast on Instagram More information at: Goingmental.com     Produced by Dear Media.

E=H Hopecast
Season 3, Episode 11: Stories of Hope

E=H Hopecast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 19:50


Sometimes the students of E=H can feel far away as we refer to them in just a general way! Join E=H cofounder, Cameron Vivanco, and her Ecuadorian coworker, Jorge Luis Rodriguez, as they share 5 different students' specific stories, and describe the impact E=H is making in their lives.

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Vida Plena Predictive Cost-Effectiveness Analysis by Samuel Dupret

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 22:23


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Vida Plena Predictive Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, published by Samuel Dupret on December 26, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Disclaimer: Samuel Dupret volunteered his time to develop the analysis. While Samuel is a current member of the research team of the Happier Lives Institute (HLI), this analysis is an independent project which is not part of HLI's body of research. Joy Bittner, as the founder of Vida Plena, contributed to the report and was previously the Operations Manager at HLI. This is not a recommendation by HLI. Summary Multiple experts have stated that mental health is one of the most neglected health issues and should urgently receive more global investment (Walker et al., 2021; WHO, 2022). According to the Global Burden of Disease (Ferrari et al., 2022), mental disorders are “the seventh leading cause” (p. 144) of health burden in the world in 2019. Of the mental health disorders, depression is the one with the highest health burden (Ferrari et al., 2022). Vida Plena (see this post for a presentation) will address the lack of treatment for depression by empowering local people to deliver a cost-effective model of psychotherapy. Community members are trained to treat depression through Group Interpersonal Therapy (g-IPT), which is recommended by the World Health Organization as a first-line treatment for depression in low-income settings (WHO, 2020). The aim of Vida Plena is to replicate in Ecuador the success of StrongMinds (which uses g-IPT in Uganda and Zambia). StrongMinds is recommended by Founders Pledge (Halstead, 2019) and is the Happier Lives Institute's top recommendation (HLI, 2022). Potential funders of Vida Plena are interested in how much good it can accomplish. Whilst data collection and a pilot study are planned, Vida Plena has only just started so it does not have its own cost-effectiveness data. However, we can give a predictive value by using previous cost-effectiveness analyses (CEA) of StrongMinds (Halstead et al., 2019; McGuire & Plant, 2021b; McGuire et al., 2022a) and converting their results to Vida Plena's context. We use Vida Plena's predicted costs, the Ecuadorian average household size for spillovers, and we apply two adjustments (one for the counterfactual treatment gap and one for the probability of success). Once data from Vida Plena itself is collected, we will update the CEA. We estimate it will cost $17 to improve a recipient's wellbeing by one wellbeing-adjusted life year (WELLBY). For a comparison, this is 8 times more cost-effective than GiveDirectly (a gold standard charity which delivers cash transfers in low- and middle-income countries). Additionally, to allow for comparisons with other health programs, we also produce a disability-adjusted life year (DALY) prediction. It is, however, our opinion that our WELLBY analysis is more robust because it includes a comprehensive evaluation beyond just physical health as well as the impact of household spillovers. Nevertheless, we estimate that it will cost Vida Plena $462 to avert one DALY. While we are not arguing that Vida Plena will be the most cost-effective endeavour, we do expect that it is potentially a very cost-effective charity that will improve human wellbeing in an neglected region - Ecuador and Latin America. No mental health organisations currently operate at scale in Latin America; hence, an important treatment gap exists (PAHO, 2018). This provides a counterfactual argument for creating a new mental health organisation specifically reaching people in the region. What's the problem and how will Vida Plena address it? Mental illness results in reduced quality of life Beyond any other metric used to describe it, the core badness of mental health problems, such as depression, is that the actual lived experience is exceptionally bad. Mental health is o...

E=H Hopecast
Season 3, Episode 10: Top 10 of 2022

E=H Hopecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 27:04


Join E=H cofounder, Cameron Vivanco, and her Ecuadorian coworker, Jorge Luis Rodriguez, as they look back over the top 10 events that marked the E=H year of 2022.

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2022 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #16: Bandolero Firecracker by Selected Tobacco

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 4:39


Coming in at #16 is the Bandolero Firecracker by Selected Tobacco. The Firecracker Series started out in 2007 as the brainchild of Two Guys Smoke Shop owner Dave Garofalo. It's a series where he would work with leading manufacturers to produce a small 3 1/2 inch cigar with a long-fuse resembling a Firecracker. In recent years, the Firecracker Series has moved over to United Cigars and now is available for a national limited release to authorized retailers. In 2022, the Bandolero Firecracker was introduced. Bandolero is a brand under Nelson Alfonso's Selected Tobacco. While United Cigars has been distributed Selected Tobacco for almost a decade, this still marks the first Firecracker installment done with Selected Tobacco. The blend for the Bandolero Firecracker is derived from the Clandestino line (Serie C) that uses filler leaves from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and undisclosed tobaccos. The Bandolero Firecracker features an Ecuadorian binder and a dark Ecuadorian wrapper that is typically used on the Aventureros line (Serie A). The Firecracker itself measures 3 1/2 x 50. Production comes from Tabacos de Costa Rica located in Costa Rica. The Bandolero Firecracker delivers notes of natural tobacco, earth, cedar, hay, and black pepper. This will be a cigar that delivers a medium-strength, medium-bodied smoking experience. The flavors aren't necessarily the most flashy or exotic flavors, but they complement each other extremely well. One important note, if sometimes a Firecracker is too short in terms of smoking duration, the Bandolero Firecracker is a slow burn that can provide about an hour for the smoking experience. For Selected Tobacco, this marks the first year and first time the company has secured a spot on a Cigar Coop Countdown. It's also the first time on the 2022 Countdown that Costa Rica has placed a cigar. This is the fifth country overall to land on the Countdown. if you are keeping score at home, we've reached the halfway point and have unveiled 15 cigars thus far from 14 different companies and 14 different factories. Full Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-omg  

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2022 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #16: Bandolero Firecracker by Selected Tobacco (Audio)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 4:39


Coming in at #16 is the Bandolero Firecracker by Selected Tobacco. The Firecracker Series started out in 2007 as the brainchild of Two Guys Smoke Shop owner Dave Garofalo. It's a series where he would work with leading manufacturers to produce a small 3 1/2 inch cigar with a long-fuse resembling a Firecracker. In recent years, the Firecracker Series has moved over to United Cigars and now is available for a national limited release to authorized retailers. In 2022, the Bandolero Firecracker was introduced. Bandolero is a brand under Nelson Alfonso's Selected Tobacco. While United Cigars has been distributed Selected Tobacco for almost a decade, this still marks the first Firecracker installment done with Selected Tobacco. The blend for the Bandolero Firecracker is derived from the Clandestino line (Serie C) that uses filler leaves from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and undisclosed tobaccos. The Bandolero Firecracker features an Ecuadorian binder and a dark Ecuadorian wrapper that is typically used on the Aventureros line (Serie A). The Firecracker itself measures 3 1/2 x 50. Production comes from Tabacos de Costa Rica located in Costa Rica. The Bandolero Firecracker delivers notes of natural tobacco, earth, cedar, hay, and black pepper. This will be a cigar that delivers a medium-strength, medium-bodied smoking experience. The flavors aren't necessarily the most flashy or exotic flavors, but they complement each other extremely well. One important note, if sometimes a Firecracker is too short in terms of smoking duration, the Bandolero Firecracker is a slow burn that can provide about an hour for the smoking experience. For Selected Tobacco, this marks the first year and first time the company has secured a spot on a Cigar Coop Countdown. It's also the first time on the 2022 Countdown that Costa Rica has placed a cigar. This is the fifth country overall to land on the Countdown. if you are keeping score at home, we've reached the halfway point and have unveiled 15 cigars thus far from 14 different companies and 14 different factories. Full Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-omg

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
Jamahal Hill on light heavyweight title shot, Marlon “Chito” Vera teases next fight & status of Sean O'Malley rematch

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 54:25


Matt and Jim are joined by light heavyweight title challenger Jamahal Hill and bantamweight contender Marlon “Chito” Vera on today's episode of UFC Unfiltered — the last one of 2022!Set to hop back in the cage in exactly a month, Jamahal talks fighting outside of the United States for the first time in his professional career as he passionately defends the UFC's decision to place him in the vacant light heavyweight title fight against Glover Teixeira at UFC 283 in Brazil.Chito joins the show with some breaking news that he has accepted a fight for February against another one of his fellow highly-ranked bantamweight contenders. He and coach Jason Parillo wrap up the interview by talking about the Ecuadorian martial artist's training regimen and plan to hold off on a rematch against Sean O'Malley until it's for the bantamweight title.Finally, Jim and Matt sign off by spreading holiday cheer and wishing all listeners a very Happy New Year! 

E=H Hopecast
Season 3, Episode 9: Casa Adalia, a new structure coming!

E=H Hopecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 27:47


There are changes coming in the ESME world, especially as the residential program (formerly Casa Adalia) transitions to a new structure, Though change can be hard, the heart and desire to support those coming out of vulnerable situations is the same!! Join E=H cofounder, Cameron Vivanco, and her Ecuadorian coworker, Jorge Luis Rodriguez, as they look at the new integrated structure and how it doesn't change what we get to do with ESME!

Pollen: For Creative Entrepreneurs with Diana Davis
E36 From Corporate Career Woman to Full-Time Influencer with Melanie Phillips

Pollen: For Creative Entrepreneurs with Diana Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 53:26


The influencer space has taken the world by storm in the past years. We are now consuming content at levels previously unimaginable, and we're seeing essentially no end to this momentum soon. But what does it mean to become an influencer? And how do you even become one? In this episode of The Pollen Podcast, Diana talks to Melanie Phillips, founder of Headstands and Heels. She talks about her journey from being a corporate career woman to becoming a full-time blogger and influencer. She also shares her multi-ethnic background that has shaped her personal and entrepreneurial outlook. Your passion project will remain one unless you make the big leap — this is what Melanie learned from her journey. Listen to this episode to discover what it means to be a full-time influencer! Create your own creative entrepreneurship story of clarity, professional confidence, and profit. Join Diana's 90-day group course Camp Clarity and learn everything you wish you already knew, like how to land dream clients, harness the power of social media, and make the money you deserve. Learn more here. 

StephenGray Vision
Flavio Santi: Master Ecuadorian Plant Medicine Healer - interview on StephenGray Vision

StephenGray Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 56:31


Flavio Santi is a rare wisdom carrier with essential messages for the world. He holds an ancient lineage of Ecuadorian healers working with plant medicines. In my experience, Flavio's knowledge of how to heal with plants is deeper than anyone else I've encountered or heard about. Flavio works with several master plants, especially ayahuasca, wayusa, and tobacco (nothing like industrial cigarette tobacco). In this interview he talks about the connection between the plants, the land, and the Spirits, or as he sometimes says, the ancestors. As Flavio says in the interview, his grandfather charged him with the responsibility of telling the people of the "North" about this deep knowledge for the benefit of all humanity. A central aspect of Flavio's work is the reclamation of their ancestral land in Ecuador to be protected for the generations to come. They're raising money to buy back 5000 acres of forest and to build a school—the Wayusa School— for children from around the world to learn these powerful traditional ways of healing and of protecting Mother Earth. NOTE: To hear about future interviews, special educational events in Psychedelics, and the occasional nugget of hard-earned wisdom, subscribe to the StephenGray Vision newsletter. It's free and won't bombard your inbox with frequent messages. To subscribe, click on "Join the Community" on the homepage of www.stephengrayvision.com. ANOTHER NOTE: As always, these interviews with remarkable humans on subjects related to plant medicines and the work of individual and collective transformation are available in video format on the StephenGray Vision YouTube channel. Here is the direct link to this interview: https://youtu.be/eoiJXEX5G7c

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2022 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #25: Ferio Tego Elegancia (2021) (Audio)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 4:42


Coming in at #25 is the Ferio Tego Elegancia. When Michael Herklots and Brendon Scott, formerly of Nat Sherman, launched Ferio Tego Cigars, a big part of the story was that Herklots and Scott had acquired the brands formerly owned by Nat Sherman International. The other side of the equation was that they would also be launching two cigars under the Ferio Tego name. Today we turn our attention to the Elegancia which cracks the Top 25. The Ferio Tego Elegancia comes from the Quesada Factory, a longtime manufacturing partner. The blend consists of a shade-grown Ecuadorian wrapper over a blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. The Elegancia comes from the Quesada's TABADEX factory located in the Dominican Republic. The Elegancia comes in one size - a 6 x 50 Toro. The Ferio Tego Elegancia delivered a mix of vanilla, cream, citrus, cedar, hay, earth, and mixed pepper. The cigar delivers a nice amount of complexity. It's a dialed-back cigar delivering mild to medium flavors countered by mild strength. It's perhaps the fact that this cigar is on the milder side which works in favor of the experience. This is Ferio Togo's first appearance on a Cigar Coop Countdown. It also is the first first-time company to land on the Countdown. For those keeping score, this is the second cigar thus far from the Dominican Republic to land on the 2022 Countdown.

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2022 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #25: Ferio Tego Elegancia (2021)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 4:42


Coming in at #25 is the Ferio Tego Elegancia. When Michael Herklots and Brendon Scott, formerly of Nat Sherman, launched Ferio Tego Cigars, a big part of the story was that Herklots and Scott had acquired the brands formerly owned by Nat Sherman International. The other side of the equation was that they would also be launching two cigars under the Ferio Tego name. Today we turn our attention to the Elegancia which cracks the Top 25. The Ferio Tego Elegancia comes from the Quesada Factory, a longtime manufacturing partner. The blend consists of a shade-grown Ecuadorian wrapper over a blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. The Elegancia comes from the Quesada's TABADEX factory located in the Dominican Republic. The Elegancia comes in one size - a 6 x 50 Toro. The Ferio Tego Elegancia delivered a mix of vanilla, cream, citrus, cedar, hay, earth, and mixed pepper. The cigar delivers a nice amount of complexity. It's a dialed-back cigar delivering mild to medium flavors countered by mild strength. It's perhaps the fact that this cigar is on the milder side which works in favor of the experience. This is Ferio Togo's first appearance on a Cigar Coop Countdown. It also is the first first-time company to land on the Countdown. For those keeping score, this is the second cigar thus far from the Dominican Republic to land on the 2022 Countdown. Full Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-oeE  

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2022 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List):#26: La Aurora Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso (Audio)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 5:22


Coming in at #26 is the La Aurora Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso. Fernando León is a brand of La Aurora that pays homage to one of the all-time greats in the history, the late Don Fernando León. Don Fernando was the father of current La Aurora Cigars President Guillermo León and son of La Aurora founder Eduardo León Jimenes. 2022 was the centennial of Don Fernando's birth, but La Aurora decided in 2021 to put out a special limited edition cigar in anticipation of that big event -  the Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso. Fernando León is a regular production line of cigars that has been in the La Aurora portfolio for over a decade. The La Aurora Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso is a completely different blend than the Family Reserve. The blend is highlighted by an extra-aged Dominican-grown Corojo wrapper. The blend features an Ecuadorian binder and fillers from Peru, Nicaragua, and the Cibao Valley in the Dominican Republic. As with all La Aurora Cigars, it is produced at the company's factory in the Dominican Republic. The Fernando León Limited Edition comes in one size - a 6 1/4 x 52 belicoso. The Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso delivered a straight-forward flavor profile of natural tobacco, wood, cedar, earth, and pepper. These flavors complemented each other very nicely. While it's a medium strength cigar, it was bolder when it came to the body coming in at medium to full. For La Aurora this is the 5th time it has landed on the Countdown. If you are following along at home, this is the first Dominican made cigar to land on the 2022 Countdown. Full Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-oew

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2022 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List):#26: La Aurora Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 5:22


Coming in at #26 is the La Aurora Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso. Fernando León is a brand of La Aurora that pays homage to one of the all-time greats in the history, the late Don Fernando León. Don Fernando was the father of current La Aurora Cigars President Guillermo León and son of La Aurora founder Eduardo León Jimenes. 2022 was the centennial of Don Fernando's birth, but La Aurora decided in 2021 to put out a special limited edition cigar in anticipation of that big event -  the Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso. Fernando León is a regular production line of cigars that has been in the La Aurora portfolio for over a decade. The La Aurora Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso is a completely different blend than the Family Reserve. The blend is highlighted by an extra-aged Dominican-grown Corojo wrapper. The blend features an Ecuadorian binder and fillers from Peru, Nicaragua, and the Cibao Valley in the Dominican Republic. As with all La Aurora Cigars, it is produced at the company's factory in the Dominican Republic. The Fernando León Limited Edition comes in one size - a 6 1/4 x 52 belicoso. The Fernando León Limited Edition Belicoso delivered a straight-forward flavor profile of natural tobacco, wood, cedar, earth, and pepper. These flavors complemented each other very nicely. While it's a medium strength cigar, it was bolder when it came to the body coming in at medium to full. For La Aurora this is the 5th time it has landed on the Countdown. If you are following along at home, this is the first Dominican made cigar to land on the 2022 Countdown. Full Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-oew

E=H Hopecast
Season 3, Episode 8: Amadas Christmas Parties

E=H Hopecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 20:08


Amadas is the part of End Slavery Ministry Ecuador that does outreach to those active in prostitution in the city center. Each year the Amadas program holds Christmas parties for those in the brothels. Join E=H cofounder, Cameron Vivanco, and her Ecuadorian coworker, Jorge Luis Rodriguez, as they interview Veronica Andrade, the coordinator of the E=H program with Amadas, about the stories and impact of the E=H program with Amadas.

Too Young For This Shit
S2EP8: Tits Deep For Breast Cancer With Stephanie

Too Young For This Shit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 54:38


Stephanie Villavicencio is a half-Ecuadorian yogi, surfer, snowboarder, and founder of Tits Deep For Breast Cancer. Although Stephanie did not personally have breast cancer, this disease has deeply impacted her life. In this episode, we discuss Stephanie's family history of breast cancer, the loss of her mother and best friend, the importance of breast screenings, and her organization that raises awareness for women under 40 and provides funding for breast cancer treatments.Tits Deep For Breast Cancer: https://www.titsdeepforbreastcancer.com/https://www.instagram.com/titsdeepforbreastcancer/If you enjoy this episode, please share it with your friends. Help us reach more women by subscribing and rating us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and YouTube.You can follow us on Instagram @TYFTSpodcast and email us at tyftspodcast@gmail.comVisit our website, and check out our resources: https://tyftspodcast.com/

Chats with Susan Burrell
The Season of Gratitude

Chats with Susan Burrell

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 26:52


Ep # 211 - The Season of Gratitude - A Solo Show with Susan Burrell It's been an amazing year. As I reflect back on 2022 I am reminded about our theme for this year of reemergence. And I gotta say I have personally been on a journey of reemergence and rediscovery. And we have all collectively reemerged back into life. And so now I ask you to think about how that felt? To reemerge into your life? To reengage with friends, family members and with yourself? What changed as you reemerged? For me personally old lessons and belief systems showed up. These belief systems had to be transmuted or destroyed in order for me to reemerge into this new way of living. A way of living that I think we are all in the midst of exploring. When I started Empowering Chats a few years ago I made a commitment to dedicating the month of December to what me and my team call “The Month of Giving.”  I am a big proponent of giving to non-profits. There are some I give to monthly and others that I give to annually. I highly recommend that if you choose to give, know that your giving not only supports these non-profits and the amazing work they do, it also opens the avenue within you to receive more. As you give, I believe the law of circulation goes into effect. And here is how I believe it works: As you give out, you empty out and you open up to receive more – and the more open you are the more you can receive. This has been my life experience – and it's not just about letting go but about giving from your heart. And so as we enter this month of giving and gratitude. I am going to list out those non-profits that me and my Team support. I encourage to visit their websites and see what they are all about.  There are 8 non-profits listed below along with their website. Some of these you may have heard of and at least one is local to our hometown area of Ventura County.  This first one is Planned Parenthood.  I personally have been involved in supporting them for a very long time. After Roe v. Wade got over- turned, they have been under attack. And I wish to do away with the myth that all Planned Parenthood does is perform abortions. That simply is not true. They provide education to teens and adults about how to have safe sex, what to do if you think you have a sexually transmitted disease and all the facts you need to know regarding sexual health. But that's not all, they also provide information on birth control, health and wellness, screening for cancer, adoption services, the list goes on. They have a wealth of information and resources to help people of all walks of life to get answers and find support.  I give to Planned Parenthood annually. To learn more please visit: plannedparenthood.org Another non-profit that I support is the International Rescue Committee or IRC. I give to them monthly.  The IRC responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises, such as the conflict in Ukraine and the crisis in Afghanistan. They help to restore health, safety, education and economic well-being to the people who have been devastated by conflict and disaster. And they are proud to also support a world where women and girls have an equal chance to succeed. I was turned on to this organization from a close friend who has been supporting them for more than 10 years. This organization works to make sure the money you donate goes directly to the people and the communities that need it the most. Please visit their website to learn more: Rescue.org The next one I want to mention is called Canine Companions. They are a national organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained service dogs at no charge to the recipient. And they also have a huge program to support veterans. I learned about them last year when I interviewed Jason Morgan – who was one of the first veterans to receive support after he became paralyzed from the waist down during a narcotics mission in 1999 with the US and other Ecuadorian military units. If you have not listened to that show I encourage you to follow the link and take a listen now. Jason has been a spokesperson for Canine Companions for many years now and I highly recommend you check them out. They help individuals to live a better life and also help with PTSD. To listen to the interview I did in 2021 with jason Morgan please visit: EmpoweringChatsWithSusanBurrell.podbean.com/e/jason-morgan/ To learn more about Canine Companions visit: Canine.org Akita Angels is another non-profit my Team supports. This organization rescues Akita dogs and other large breed dogs that have been abandoned. Akita Angels is dedicated to saving the lives of these large breed dominant and/or high-risk dogs by providing unlimited, no-cost support in the areas of education, intervention, advocacy, and rescue. For animal lovers this organization is one that truly lives up to its mission statement. Please visit their website to learn more: AkitaAngels.org Next on the list is the World Wildlife Organization. Many of you may have heard of them. However you may not know that they do so much more than what appears on their name. Besides working to save endangered wildlife they also do work to save our fragile environment and educate the world about protecting our ecosystems. Their mission statement reads as follows: World Wildlife Fund carefully manages resources to maximize your support of our work—saving endangered wildlife, protecting fragile ecosystems, tackling the climate crisis, and finding practical and beneficial ways for both people and nature to thrive. Please visit their website to learn more: WorldWildLife.org And now I move onto the International OCD Foundation. This is an organization that supports people with OCD - which stands for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. This organization provides resources, support and education for those that suffer from this disorder which can be emotionally debilitating. Someone with OCD lives their lives constantly wanting to organize or set up their environment in unrealistic ways that can be a drain on their well-being and that of their families. To learn more please visit: iocdf.org And now onto Nate's Place. This is a local non-profit that started here in Ventura County. It is named after Nathan (Nate) Rhoades who was killed at the young age of 21 in a terrible car accident. After having beat drug addiction at the young age of 14 Nate dedicated his life to wellness and living a drug free life. At the time of his death his parents donated Nate's organs so others so they could live. And they started Nate's Place, A Wellness and Recovery Center. They offer aftercare services for clients who have recently been discharged from residential treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, and/or for individuals who are looking to support their recovery and mental health with healthy recreational activities and peer support. To learn more please visit their website: NatesPlaceWellnessCenter.org And finally the last organization I will mention here is Made for Freedom. I interviewed the founder of this organization earlier this year, her name is Dawn Manske and what she does is work with survivors of exploitation. Her organization is not considered a non-profit because she actually helps survivors to carve out a living for themselves by selling their products on her website. The products sold go directly to supporting the survivors that have been resuced from a life of marginalization or abuse.  To listen to the Empowering Chat I had with Dawn please go to: EmpoweringChatsWithSusanBurrell.podbean.com/DawnManske To learn more about Made for Freedom please visit: MadeForFreedom.com

Sprinkled with Hope
175 - Putting The Puzzle Together with Annabel Quintero

Sprinkled with Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 27:54


Annabel Quintero is a lover of life, a best-selling author of a unique story with improbable twists and turns, and an inspiration to people pursuing excellence amidst adversity, economic uncertainty, and relentless change. In a career that encompasses professional modeling, dancing, corporate marketing, educational policymaking, and a political campaign for a State Senate seat, she has demonstrated extraordinary resilience that has come to shape her worldview and defines her leadership style. Throughout her life, Annabel has cultivated strong healing powers from her ancestors. The daughter of immigrant Ecuadorian parents, a native of Seattle, a woman of uncompromising compassion and faith, she has consistently found her strength in an overwhelming challenge. Hers is a moving narrative, pooled from childhood experience, and a personal journey that has enabled her to find purpose and positively impact people's lives as a parent, business leader, educator, entrepreneur, and public servant. As a “Cultural Wellness Coach”. Her best-selling book Step Step Jump, is a story of hope dedicated to helping others transform trauma to triumph. Annabel's life was irrevocably altered on September 11th, 2001 when she narrowly escaped from the 46th floor of the One World Trade Center during the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil. As the founder of her personal development & collective wellness company. She is devoted to leading Wellness workshops that go beyond performative resilience, but actually redefine wellness by using different cultural lenses. As a result of her speaking and workshops, she helps leaders and coaches identify old mindsets that are inhibiting their wellness and they begin to make sustainable lifestyle changes. Annabel partners with coaches & leaders to understand the financial, political and spiritual history that informed our present moment. And how cultural dominance is discreetly perpetuated through institutions. As a result of her workshops, you will personally awaken and have a diverse conscious paradigm shift. Leaders redefine culture, and wellness and begin to take steps to contribute to our collective cultural wellness. Annabel is an evolutionary monument to the fallen. https://stepstepjump.com/?v=7516fd43adaa

E=H Hopecast
Season 3, Episode 7: Micro-Privilege

E=H Hopecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 24:38


What is the difference between privilege and entitlement? How do we make sense of the disparities that we see in the world? Join E=H cofounder, Cameron Vivanco, and her Ecuadorian coworker, Jorge Luis Rodriguez, for a conversation about micro-privilege, what it is, and what do we do with it.

'The Mo Show' Podcast
Mishaal Tamer | The Mo Show 72 | The Music Industry, Suicide Prevention and Performance Art

'The Mo Show' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 146:38


Mishaal Tamer is a 23-year-old, half-Ecuadorian, Saudi Arabian pop star who makes music to heal. He first picked up the guitar to strengthen his hand after severely injuring his arm as a child. After a combination of traumatic experiences, his mental health was at a low point and he started writing music to express his pain and loneliness. His vulnerable and emotional lyrics have resonated with thousands of online followers. On the podcast, he opens up about his mental health, body image issues, imposter syndrome, family, and music aspirations.

The Nomad Capitalist Audio Experience
FIFA Qatar vs. Ecuador

The Nomad Capitalist Audio Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 8:08


Discover the World's Best Passports for 2022 according to Nomad Passport Index: https://nomadcapitalist.com/nomad-passport-index/ Get Our Help: https://nomadcapitalist.com/apply/ Join Our Email List and be the First to Hear about Breaking News and Exciting Offers https://nomadcapitalist.com/email Get on the waiting list and join us for the next Nomad Capitalist Live: www.nomadcapitalist.com/live/ Ecuador is a small, equatorial country located in the northwest of South America. The name Ecuador comes from the fact that the country is located on the equator. It borders Colombia to the north, Peru to the south and its western coast lies on the Pacific Ocean. The Ecuadorian passport currently ranks in 57th place according to the Nomad Passport Index. (Nomad Passport Index: https://nomadcapitalist.com/nomad-passport-index/) It provides visa-free access to 93 countries. This grants it an overall medium mobility score. Ecuadorian passport holders have visa-free access and visas on arrival to countries such as Singapore, Russia, China, Brazil, and Turkey. Ecuadorian citizens require a visa to enter about 136 destinations in the world. The Qatari passport currently ranks in 48th place according to the Nomad Passport Index. (Nomad Passport Index: https://nomadcapitalist.com/nomad-passport-index/) It provides visa-free access to 97 countries. This grants it an overall medium mobility score. Qatari passport holders have visa-free access and visas on arrival to countries such as Singapore, the United Kingdom, and Turkey. Qatari passport holders do however require a visa to enter about 132 destinations in the world, which requires some extended travel preparations. Some destinations where a visa is required are the entire European Union, the United States, and Australia. In this video, Irena Prgomet, our assistant operations manager, compares the Qatari Passport vs. the Ecuadorian Passport. https://nomadcapitalist.com/ Andrew Henderson and the Nomad Capitalist team are the world's most sought-after experts on legal offshore tax strategies, investment immigration, and global citizenship. We work exclusively with seven- and eight-figure entrepreneurs and investors who want to "go where they're treated best". Andrew has started offshore companies, opened dozens of offshore bank accounts, obtained multiple second passports, and purchased real estate on four continents. He has spent the last 12 years studying and personally implementing the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle. Our growing team of researchers, strategies, and implementers add to our ever-growing knowledge base of the best options available. In addition, we've spent years studying the behavior of hundreds of clients in order to help people get the results they want faster and with less effort. About Andrew: https://nomadcapitalist.com/about/ Our Website: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nomadcapitalist Buy Andrew's Book: https://nomadcapitalist.com/book/ DISCLAIMER: The information in this video should not be considered tax, financial, investment, or any kind of professional advice. Only a professional diagnosis of your specific situation can determine which strategies are appropriate for your needs. Nomad Capitalist can and does not provide advice unless/until engaged by you.

Multipolarista
Latin America's plan to challenge US dollar with new currency and 'regional financial architecture'

Multipolarista

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 69:35


Advising Brazil's President-elect Lula, Ecuadorian economist and leftist presidential candidate Andrés Arauz made a blueprint for a “new regional financial architecture” to unite Latin America, including an international currency to challenge the hegemony of the US dollar and IMF. VIDEO: https://youtube.com/watch?v=4acHVf_rnJ8 Sources here: https://multipolarista.com/2022/12/01/latin-america-us-dollar-currency Brazil's Lula proposes creating Latin American currency to ‘be freed of US dollar' dependency: https://multipolarista.com/2022/05/04/brazil-lula-latin-america-currency-us-dollar

'The Mo Show' Podcast
Mishaal Tamer | The Mo Show 72 | The Music Industry, Suicide Prevention and Performance Art

'The Mo Show' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 147:27


Mishaal Tamer is a 23-year-old, half-Ecuadorian, Saudi Arabian pop star who makes music to heal. He first picked up the guitar to strengthen his hand after severely injuring his arm as a child. After a combination of traumatic experiences, his mental health was at a low point and he started writing music to express his pain and loneliness. His vulnerable and emotional lyrics have resonated with thousands of online followers. On the podcast, he opens up about his mental health, body image issues, imposter syndrome, family, and music aspirations.

The Craig Shapiro Tennis Podcast
Former World #6 Ecuadorian Hero Nicolas Lapentti

The Craig Shapiro Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 53:47


Nicolas Lapentti reached the semis of the 1999 Australian Open and the quarters of Wimbledon in 2002. In 2000 he got to 6 in the world and over the course of his career he posted wins over world #1s Kafelnikov, Moya, Kuerten, Hewitt, and Ferrero. We discussed the machinations of the ATP, as well as his memories of Roger Federer. We talked about the exhibition he promoted with Rafa Nadal and Casper Ruud, and what his impressions are of Carlos Alcaraz. He explains why Alcaraz is better at 19 than Rafa was at 19. He told me about running to be on the ATP Tour Board, and how he believes the Faze 2 part of the Tour's plan to combine the WTA, ITF, and ATP. We talked about how he got very good, training at The Guayaquil Tenis Club and being named to The Davis Cup Team when he was 15. We talked about what it was like to be a top ten player,and he told me a great story of how he got to the quarters of Wimbledon. Recorded 11.4 in Guayaquil, Ecuador, Released 11.27The Craig Shapiro Tennis Podcast is Powered by Sergio Tacchini Diadora is the official shoe of the podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Sons of a Pitch: An American Soccer Podcast
World Cup Fever and MLS Transfer Talk

Sons of a Pitch: An American Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 47:04


Hey, soccer fans! I've got a fever, and the only cure is more World Cup! In tonight's chat, Nick gives you his top moments from each of the first four matches, including Qatar v. Ecuador, England v. Iran, Senegal v. Netherlands, and USA v. Wales. He also makes sure you know exactly where he stands on Gregg Berhalter's tactics, lineups, and how the players need to start shouldering some of the blame for lack of goal scoring and chance creation. In the second half of the show, Nick recaps the latest MLS transfer news. Just 'cuz it's the World Cup doesn't mean the business of soccer stops! We look at: DC United signs former Columbus Crew standpoint Pedro Santos Colorado Rapids recall Cole Bassett from loan at Fortuna Sittard Atlanta United keen on signing Derrick Etienne, Jr. FC Cincinnati get Ecuadorian midfielder Marco Angulo and try to woo Matt Hedges NYCFC pick up Maxi Moralez' option, sign Tayvon Gray through 2025, and rumored for French striker Thomas Henry of Hellas Verona All this and more with the Sons of a Pitch Soccer Central. Be sure to RATE & REVIEW and LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mike-guglielmi0/support

Holy Crap It's Sports
Holy Crap It's Sports 512 November 21 2022

Holy Crap It's Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 54:16


Falcons win! NFL coach on hot seat, Pete Poll gets it right yet again, Mike Leach's Thanksgiving meal, who had the most embarrassing loss in the SEC (Florida, Ole Miss, or Tennessee?) Kiffin sweepstakes update, Peter Burns pisses off Ben Watson live on air, another Chris Rock v Will Smith moment? is ESPN lying about it? Braves sign players, World Cup begins with no armbands & no beer for Ecuadorians, USA v Wales,  a plucky country with own flag and soccer team! But enough about the USA. Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Plus Jets QB gets dressed down and a Mariners outfielder stabbed to death in Holland by his marijuana-crazed brother. petedavis.buzzsprout.com

Touchline Fracas
World Cup Fracas - Today, I Feel Ecuadorian

Touchline Fracas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 120:29


Morayo is joined by Babs, Elijah, Lewis and Tops as they introduce World Cup Fracas in a jam packed episode filled with banter, analysis, listeners questions and so so much more. Don't forget to use the Hashtag #TouchlineFracas and get involved in the conversation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Boys' Bible Study
End of the Spear (2005) TEASER

Boys' Bible Study

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 2:07


Subscribe today for access to our full catalog of bonus episodes, including 2+ new episodes every month! www.patreon.com/boysbiblestudy We celebrate Thanksgiving weekend by investigating a Christian film with a “wacky” clash of cultures between white, first world Christians and the indigenous peoples that fascinate them. In this case, END OF THE SPEAR is based on the true story of American missionary Nate Saint (yes, that's his name) and his crew trying to teach the uncontacted Waodani tribe about Jesus by flying a plane to the jungles of Ecuador in 1956. Their first attempt does not go well. To be frank, the five men get their entire shit absolutely speared within minutes of setting foot on the Ecuadorian beach. But this story doesn't end here — the missionaries' wives, and young Steve Saint (son of Nate Saint) return to forgive the Waodani for their rash actions and save the tribe from a polio epidemic. The movie ends with the civilized Waodani dressed in what looks like JCPenney basics, begging the missionaries to stay, much like the story of the first Thanksgiving. Using this movie as a jumping-off point, we ponder: is Christian missionary work noble or savage? View our full episode list and subscribe to any of our public feeds: http://boysbiblestudy.com Unlock 2+ bonus episodes per month: http://patreon.com/boysbiblestudy Subscribe to our Twitch for monthly streams: http://twitch.tv/boysbiblestudy Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/boysbiblestudy Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/boysbiblestudy

World Football
Ecuadorian ecstasy, Iranian anger and Senegalese despair

World Football

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 30:13


John Bennett goes behind the scenes of the World Cup, as Qatar 2022 kicks off. We hear from Senegal captain Kalidou Koulibaly, USA midfielder Kellyn Acosta and lots of very happy Ecuadorian fans. We also speak to Iran football supporters in Qatar about the anti-government protests back home.

Mish and Zach's Leguizamarama
113. Crónicas (2004)

Mish and Zach's Leguizamarama

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 70:11


Crónicas is a 2004 Ecuadorian thriller/drama. The film tells the story of Manolo Bonilla - an unscrupulous journalist from Miami who is in Ecuador to report on the impact of a serial killer known as The Monster of Babahoyo. Lots happens. Lots of stuff about challenging ethical journalism. Lots of stuff about murder. It's dark. We honestly can't say much without spoiling the film. John Leguizamo plays Manolo, the journalist. He speaks in Spanish for about 95% of the film which is equal parts impressive and hot. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Out Of The Blank
#1265 - Marc Becker

Out Of The Blank

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 74:41


Marc Becker is a professor of Latin American Studies at Truman State University and part of Historians Against the War that was formed at the January 2003 American Historical Association meeting in response to the Bush administration's threats against Iraq. Marc is the author of various works such as "The FBI in Latin America: The Ecuador Files" where through a trove of FBI documents from its Ecuador mission to uncover the history and purpose of the SIS's intervention in Latin America and for the light they shed on leftist organizing efforts in Latin America. Ultimately, the FBI's activities reveal the sustained nature of US imperial ambitions in the Americas. Another book titled "The CIA in Ecuador" which draws on recently released US government surveillance documents on the Ecuadorian left to chart social movement organizing efforts during the 1950s. Emphasizing the competing roles of the domestic ruling class and grassroots social movements, Becker details the struggles and difficulties that activists, organizers, and political parties confronted. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/out-of-the-blank-podcast/support

Dime Dropper
2022 FIFA WORLD CUP GROUP A PREVIEW FEAT. Mr. Ecuador

Dime Dropper

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 27:07


The 1st of my WORLD CUP GROUP PREVIEWS!  This is Group A featuring the hosts Qatar, Netherlands, Senegal, & Ecuador.  I was joined by an Ecuadorian subscriber known as Mr. Ecuador to break down our 1st group.  Also available on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9w_-aw68Nw Twitter: https://twitter.com/DimeDropperPod Instagram, TikTok, & Facebook: @DimeDropperPod

Mining Stock Daily
Morning Briefing: More Consolidation in the Royalty Space

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 9:47


Triple Flag and Maverix announced a merger. New drill results from Nighthawk Gold, Scottie Resources, and Unigold. SolGold CEO is stepping down. Ecuadorian government is in support of the El Domo project. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Integra Resources is advancing the past-producing DeLamar Project in southwestern Idaho. The Company has continued to demonstrate resource growth and conversion through greenfield and brownfield exploration. Integra Resources trades on the TSX-V under ITR and the NYSE American under ITRG. Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website, www.westerncopperandgold.com. ASCU is an early-stage copper developer and explorer of the Cactus Mine and its satellite project, Parks/Salyer, both situated on a 4km mine trend on private land in Arizona’s porphyry copper district. Opportunity for significant growth and scale exist along the trend, while future capex requirements outlined in the Cactus PEA benefit from significant onsite and nearby access to infrastructure. The Company is led by an executive management team and Board which have a long-standing track record of successful project delivery in North America. For more information, please visit www.arizonasonoran.com.

Equestrian Voices
A Chat About Travel Stress in Horses, with Dr. Kevin Keane

Equestrian Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 56:52


Before you hit the road with your horse again, give this ep a listen. Your horse will thank you.  Travel can be stressful on your horse and, in some cases, even harmful for his health. For the humans, traveling with our horses can be daunting because there are lots of elements you can't control (traffic, how well your horse eats or drinks on the trailer, weather, accidents, etc.).  Never fear. The thrill of those early-morning trailer trips to your favorite destination can still be yours, because there's actually a lot that you can control and can do to help your horse fare as well as possible. Today's guest is an extremely experienced traveler with horses both as a veterinarian and as a rider. Kevin Keane, DVM has the unique perspective of being both a 5* three day eventing athlete as well as an equine veterinarian for over 40 years. Dr. Keane has served as the team veterinarian for the US show jumping team, the Australian eventing team, and the Ecuadorian eventing team. He has a number of olympic caliber clients and has his own practice in Chester County, Pennsylvania.   In this episode, host Caroline Culbertson sits down with Dr. Keane for a mix of information and practical tips that he's gleaned from veterinary science but also his own years of experience. A few of the topics they discuss:  The horse's immune system and how travel affects it Shipping fever and respiratory concerns while traveling What you need to know about hydration and caloric intake while traveling The horse's experience in the back of a trailer (hint: it's loud, and a lot of work for them to balance!) How the horses' dispositions and prior travel experiences come into play  Thoughts on shipping boots, wraps, tail wraps, and trailer configurations

The Socialist Program with Brian Becker
Supreme Court Plots to End ‘One Person, One Vote' & the Hidden Hand of Big Oil

The Socialist Program with Brian Becker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 41:57


The right-wing loves yelling, “We're a republic, not a democracy!” Now they have a Supreme Court that agrees with them. The Court is about to hear Moore v. Harper, a gerrymandering case that will also take up the Electors Clause of the Constitution. The Republican legal argument, made famous by Trump's 2020 legal team, is that state legislatures can send their own choice of electors to the Electoral College, rather than abiding by the vote of the people. The implications of this are huge — the end of ‘one person, one vote.' Brian is joined by Steven Donziger, an advocate, writer and public speaker on human rights and corporate accountability. His most recent piece is The most terrifying case of all is about to be heard by the US Supreme Court. He also filed a class-action lawsuit with others against Chevron for environmental damage – including dumping 17 million gallons of crude oil in the Ecuadorian rainforest – and won a historic $9.5 billion judgment. Chevon then fled Ecuador and launched a campaign against Donziger that resulted in him being disbarred, serving 45 days behind bars, and under home confinement for 993 days. For more on his story, watch his interview on The Freedom Side and Rania Khalek Dispatches here on BreakThrough. Please make an urgently-needed contribution to The Socialist Program by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/thesocialistprogram. We rely on the generous support of our listeners to keep bringing you consistent, high-quality shows. All Patreon donors of $5 a month or more are invited to join the monthly Q&A seminar with Brian.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Absurd Truth: Ecuadorian Drag Shows

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 21:59


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