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Olivia's Book Club
Katherine Corcoran, “IN THE MOUTH OF THE WOLF: A Murder, a Coverup, and the True Cost of Silencing the Press”

Olivia's Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 40:43


“We are actually heading into the direction of Mexico, while Mexico is trying to be more like us, a country of free press that supports the free press,” says Katherine Corcoran about the emergence of independent journalism in Mexico that has simultaneously sparked a rise in violence against journalists. Corcoran joined the podcast to talk with Olivia about her non-fiction book, IN THE MOUTH OF THE WOLF: A Murder, A Cover-Up, And The True Cost of Silencing The Press. Corcoran's work as a bureau chief for the Associated Press gave her the interest and the access to begin investigating and writing about the murder of Proceso reporter Regina Martinez, who Corcoran had spoken to only months before her death. “What does it mean? Why should people read this story?” she reflects, “When things started to get worse for journalists in the United States, which was something I hadn't anticipated at all, all of a sudden it was very easy to understand why the book was important.” On her time in Mexico, Katherine shares her love of Oaxaca, Guanajuato, and Mexico City, and recommends an article written by a fellow journalist as a guideline for a visit to the capital city: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/11/17/travel/things-to-do-mexico-city.html IN THE MOUTH OF THE WOLF: A Murder, a Coverup, and the True Cost of Silencing the Press is published in hardback from Bloomsbury Publishing.

Noticentro
El martes discutirán en la Cámara la Reforma Electoral

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 1:22


•Morena no negociará reforma electoral con oposición•Para este martes se prevén lluvias fuertes en Oaxaca y Chiapas•En Ciudad Juárez unos 200 migrantes venezolanos instalaron un nuevo campamento•Más información en nuestro podcast

Noticentro
Lorenzo Córdova llamó cuestión de moda el supuesto ataque contra el INE

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 1:11


•CDMX informó los últimos días de vacunación contra Covid•Reportan accidente vehicular en Zacapoaxtla en Puebla•Anuncian lluvias muy fuertes en Oaxaca y Chiapas•MÁS INFORMACIÓN EN NUESTRO PODCAST

Cuentos Corporativos
EP #151 - T4. SOY OAXACA. De Oaxaca a la nube.- Conoce a José Antonio Campillo

Cuentos Corporativos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 72:49


Este episodio es presentado por TIENDANUBE, la plataforma de e-commerce líder de Latinoamérica, con más de 100 mil tiendas creadas y reciente empresa Unicornio de la región. TIENDANUBE pone en tus manos la tecnología, para que de forma fácil y accesible, puedas crear y gestionar tu tienda en línea en menos de 5 pasos. Visita www.tiendanube.com.mx y únete a la comunidad más grande de emprendedores. Jose Antonio Campillo nació en la ciudad de México, pero de raíces oaxaqueñas. Este joven decide estudiar Sistemas de Computación Administrativa en el Tecnológico de Monterrey, para posteriormente iniciar su carrera en al área de sistemas de empresas como Grupo Financiero ÁBACO, Hotel Las Brisas y StarVision USA. Hace 20 años regresa a Oaxaca, tierra de su madre, en donde su carrera da un giro al asumir la posición de Director Comercial del medio Voz e Imagen de Oaxaca. Es en esta posición en la que palpa de primera mano el problema del artesano local, que no aprovecha las tecnologías actuales que le permitirían crecer su mercado. Hoy, es Fundador y CEO de SOY OAXACA.COM, plataforma desde la cual potencia a marcas artesanales del estado. Soy Oaxaca surge en el 2019 manejando 3 marcas con 50 productos y hoy tiene ya más de 70 marcas con 3 mil diferentes productos. Actualmente, esta plataforma maneja una tienda en línea, capacitación y asesoría a los artesanos con el fin de que lleguen a los mercados internacionales. Recuerda que ahora puedes escuchar Cuentos Corporativos en vivo. Estamos en RADIOMEX los martes y jueves a las 8 pm de la CDMX Síguenos en: www.cuentoscorporativos.com Newsletter. Escribe una Reseña Encuesta Audiencia Nuestras redes sociales: Facebook Instagram. Linkedin. Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cuentos-corporativos/message

Noticentro
Estados Unidos alivia sanciones a Venezuela

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 1:42


Estados Unidos alivia sanciones a Venezuela Tres muertos y un herido, es saldo que dejó una agresión OaxacaAMLO informó que ya fueron movilizados elementos del Ejército para reforzar la seguridad en ZacatecasMás información en nuestro podcast

What's Left?
Homeschooling: Learning & Unlearning

What's Left?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022


 We are joined again by Dheyanira Calahorrano to discuss her experiences with homeschooling and her work to build her own freedom education school for herself and the families around her in the Mission in SF.Check it out!Liberty University www.universidad-libre.comLiberty School in Oaxacahttps://unitierraoax.org/english/Integrate Arts (San Francisco)https://www.integrartesf.org/Eduardo S. Abarca's GoFundMe donation site.https://www.gofundme.com/f/xrwdjm-refugee-supportITunes and Spotify only display our last 100 episodes:To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website:Contact us @:  Subscribe to What's Left? on Telegram:Find out more about our anti-mandate group: Workers & Students for Choicehttps://www.askhealthyquestions.com/ws4choiceiTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube:  LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic: Rumble

Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast
AT#721 - Travel to Oaxaca (Repeat)

Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 52:31


Hear about traveling to Oaxaca, Mexico as the Amateur Traveler talks to Susan Metenosky from brooklyntropicali.com about the city she now calls home.

Primero y Diez - El Podcast
Historias del México Game y otras anécdotas de la semana 11

Primero y Diez - El Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 65:22


En esta ocasión aprovechando lo ocurrido en el Mexico Game 2022, recapitulamos la historia de dos elementos importantes en día de partido. La Sky Cam y la repetición instantanea. Además hablamos con dos aficionados que hicieron el viaje desde la ciudad de Oaxaca gracias a la promoción de Trend Zone. Finalmente hablamos de cómo la Bills Mafia, una vez más hizo de las suyas, esta vez para ayudar a que los jugadores de Buffalo pudieran llegar a Detroit para disputar su encuentro.

Noticentro
Continúan la búsqueda de las 4 personas desaparecidas en los límites entre los estados de Oaxaca y Chiapas.

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 1:14


Continúan la búsqueda de las 4 personas desaparecidas en los límites entre los estados de Oaxaca y Chiapas.Alejandro Armenta, afirmó que sí es necesaria una reforma al instituto nacional electoralDeclaran día de asueto en Arabia Saudita por el triunfo de su selección ante Argentina Más información en nuestro podcast

Noticentro
Fiscalía de Oaxaca informa que ya se buscan los cuerpos de los migrantes fallecidos en una lancha

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 1:28


Fiscalía de Oaxaca informa que ya se buscan los cuerpos de los migrantes fallecidos en una lancha México solicitó al Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo un préstamo por 600 millones de dólaresCerca de 500 migrantes fueron rescatados en el mar frente a la isla griega de CretaMás Información en nuestro podcast

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana
Colapsa San Pedro Tapanatepec; migrantes superan a habitantes, asegura alcalde Humberto López

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 9:35


El municipio de San Pedro Tapanatepec, Oaxaca, colapsó en sus servicios básicos. El alcalde Humberto López asegura que ya no puede con esta situación. López declara que los migrantes –que vienen de más de 80 países– ya han superado en números a los habitantes y no cuentan con los recursos para ayudar a la gente. El alcalde pidió al gobierno federal sacar el módulo migrante ya que no sólo tienen que resolver ese problema sino asegurar la subsistencia de su población.

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana
Mientras AMLO convoca a marchas, homicidios no bajan en México | PROGRAMA COMPLETO

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 116:01


Argentina cayó en su debut contra Arabia Saudita y esto complica el partido inaugural entre México y Polonia, comenta Christian Martinoli. El abogado Roberto Gil Zuarth habla de las cifras de homicidios dolosos durante lo que va del mandato del presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Gil Zuarth asegura que quienes acuden a la movilización del 27 de noviembre debería darles vergüenza. El municipio de San Pedro Tapanatepec, Oaxaca, colapsó en sus servicios básicos ante llegada de migrantes quienes ya superan a la población local.. Todo esto y más en Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana.

The End of Tourism
S2 #5.2 | The Voices of the Workers | Maria Itaki & Sergio "Yeyo" Beltran (ENG)

The End of Tourism

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 40:58


In this episode, we are joined by friends in Oaxaca, Maria Itaka and Sergio "Yeyo" Beltran. Born and raised in Oaxaca, María has a major in English Language and Literature from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), with a specialization in translation. After many years of working for tourism-based projects, she now works independently, providing specialized content production services that create authentic, soulful material that aims to benefit the places where the work is being done. Sergio Beltrán Arruti -better known as Yeyo- was born and raised in Mexico City. He moved to Oaxaca in 1997 to support and learn from indigenous communities. Sergio is the co-founder of the Universidad de la Tierra in Oaxaca (Unitierra) and of Herramientas Para Buen Vivir, AC. In 2010, he was part of the pioneering team of the Art of Hosting Meaningful Conversations in Spanish, and has organized multiple intercultural meetings around the world using these tools for dialogue. Together, we discuss about the invasion of post-pandemic tourists/expatriates in Mexico, the consequences of gentrification in Oaxaca, the drought here, the idea of travelers versus tourists, the eco-washing of the tourism industry, and the McDonaldization of tourism. We then continued with themes of "cultivating versus consuming culture," worker solidarity in the tourism industry, the notion that charity is not solidarity, and bringing a foundation of philosophy to the tourism industry. Season 2 is dedicated to our late friend and mentor Gustavo Esteva, grandfather, sage, and co-founder of Universidad de la Tierra in Oaxaca, Mexico. These episodes have been planned and organized in collaboration with our colleagues from Unitierra Oaxaca. They are dispatches of the resistance. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Maria Itaka: Instagram Sergio Beltran: Instagram El Proyecto de Sergio: Herramientas Para Buen Vivir AC ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support the podcast and the movement through our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theendoftourism Discover more episodes and join the conversation: http://www.theendoftourism.com Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter @theendoftourism‍

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana
Mucha gente pero pocas ideas durante marcha en defensa del INE | PROGRAMA COMPLETO

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 112:03


El nuevo secretario de Infraestructura, Comunicaciones y Transportes, Jorge Nuño, habló de los nuevos proyectos que tiene por concluir, entre ellos recuperar la categoría 1 de seguridad en la aviación, proyectos carreteros y concluir con el Tren México-Toluca. El productor Epigmenio Ibarra habló sobre la marcha en defensa del INE. La autora de 'El rey del Cash', Elena Chávez responde a las declaraciones de Epigmenio Ibarra en contra del libro. En San Pedro Tapanatepec, Oaxaca se observa a plena luz de día la operación de una posible red de tráfico de personas. Todo esto y más en Ciro Gómez Leyva por la mañana.

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana
Así opera red de traficantes de personas en San Pedro Tapanatepec

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 7:04


En San Pedro Tapanatepec, Oaxaca se observa a plena luz de día la operación de una posible red de tráfico de personas. En una lancha de pescador, migrantes son transportados desde la costa chiapaneca hacia el municipio oaxaqueño. Son resguardados en una casa en obra negra para después ser transportados por ‘polleros' en motocicletas. El riesgo es importante pues llevan hasta a 4 personas a la vez. Se dice que el costo por ser llevados hasta este punto es de 4 mil 500 pesos por persona. El presidente municipal, Ruffo Eder Soriano González, –de extracción morenista– asegura que han colapsado económicamente y en servicios básicos, por lo cual partir del 23 de noviembre el campamento con cerca de 13 mil migrantes será removido.

Alamodome Audible
Episode 200: Bustin' Ruston

Alamodome Audible

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 78:33


From the bottom of our hearts, thank you all for 200 episodes! We never dreamed that the podcast would see this much success to keep us motivated to pump out so many episodes, and we have each and every one of you to thank for the distinct pleasure of giving us a reason to talk ball for several hours a week. With Adrian on the beach in Oaxaca, our intern CJ Benavides makes his debut on our non-Patreon feed to relish in UTSA's delicious 51-7 dismantling of Louisiana Tech. Buddy, these aren't the Bulldogs of old. Crazy to see how much these two programs have grown apart over the past five years. After frolicking in the pleasures of a blowout victory, we now turn our focus to a big game in Houston against Rice. The Roadrunners need a win to clinch their berth in the C-USA championship game, while the Owls are fighting for their first bowl bid since 2014. Stakes are high, but the forecasted temperature is low. Can the Roadrunners overcome the elements once again, or will a cold rainy day lead to another disappointment ala Denton 2021?

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana
Migrantes colapsan región del Istmo en busca de llegar a Estados Unidos

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 4:05


Al menos 5 mil migrantes –de acuerdo con cifras oficiales– se encuentran en San Pedro Tepanatepec, Oaxaca. Esta situación ha provocado que los pocos servicios se vean rebasados y que los migrantes vivan en condiciones insalubres y riesgosas para su salud. El reporte de Israel Aldave.

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana
Intención de voto para ‘Va por México' supera a Morena en Edomex | PROGRAMA COMPLETO

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 114:25


Una fiesta del consumo, así calificó el Buen Fin Héctor Tejada, presidente de la Concanaco. La precandidata por el PRI a la gubernatura del Estado de México, Alejandra del Moral, declara que es una buena noticia el que la intención de voto por la alianza del PAN, PRI y PRD sea mayor en algunas encuestas que la de Morena y sus aliados en la región. Al menos 5 mil migrantes –de acuerdo con cifras oficiales– se encuentran en San Pedro Tepanatepec, Oaxaca. En la frontera de Ciudad Juárez y los Estados Unidos se han instalado cientos de casas de campaña cerca del Río Bravo. El Baby'O está por reabrir a casi tres años de su cierre original por la pandemia. Todo esto y más en Ciro Gómez Leyva por la mañana.

First Voices Radio
11/13/22 - Jonathan Gonzales, Lucas Jatobá, Christian Matute Sagbay

First Voices Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 57:23


Tiokasin welcomes three guests this week: Jonathan Gonzales, Lucas Jatobá and Christian Matute Sagbay. Jonathan was born in Tuxtepec, Oaxaca, Mexico and grew up in southern California. He has spent the last 12 years learning earth living skills and ancestral ceremonial ways with many teachers and elders, combined with participating in Indigenous, earth-based ceremonies along with a quest to connect more deeply with his ancestral lineage, which is Indigenous Taino from Puerto Rico, Chinanteco from Mexico, and African). Lucas Jatobá is a photographer and filmmaker who was born in Manaus, northern Brazil. He had been living in Rio de Janeiro since 2014, where he went to study Anthropology at the Fluminense Federal University. Lucas started working as a freelancer, doing professional and volunteer documentation works on topics related to human rights, especially issues related to urban social issues. Christian Matute Sagbay incarnated on the lands currently referred to as Gualaceo, Ecuador. Not too long ago it was kichwa/kañari territory. This recognition of land and language has drawn Christian to the work of language justice. He is currently exploring this avenue of healing while keeping in mind the need for future generations to decolonize themselves through expansive and yet connective land-based principles. Production Credits: Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota), Host and Executive Producer Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Producer Malcolm Burn, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NY Manuel Blas, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NY Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Audio Editor  Music Selections: 1. Song Title: Tahi Roots Mix (First Voices Radio Theme Song) Artist: Moana and the Moa Hunters Album: Tahi (1993) Label: Southside Records (Australia and New Zealand) (00:00:22)  2. Song Title: Ball and Chain Artist: J-MILLA and Xavier Rudd Album: Xavier Rudd: Jan Juc Moon (2022) Label: Virgin Music Label and Artist Services Australia (P&D) (00:27:46)  3. Song: States I'm In Artist: Bruce Cockburn CD: Bone on Bone (2017) Label: True North (00:51:46)  AKANTU INSTITUTE Visit Akantu Institute, an institute that Tiokasin founded with a mission of contextualizing original wisdom for troubled times. Go to https://akantuinstitute.org/ to find out more and consider joining his Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/Ghosthorse.

Amorte
HABLEMOS DE LA SOMÁTICA Y LA ADICCIONES

Amorte

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 55:19


Bienvenidos a un episodio más de AMORTE Podcast, tu programa donde exploramos a la muerte, los procesos relacionados a ella y los duelos que vivimos por las pérdidas que son parte de la vida misma. A través de testimonios y expertos te comparto herramientas valiosas para procesar los eventos difíciles a los que de una manera u otra nos enfrentamos durante la vida y los dolores inherentes al ser humano y a este mundo en crisis para encontrar el amor y la valentía necesarios para estar al servicio de nuestra comunidad.Nuestra invitada el día de hoy es Paulina García Hubard. Nació en la Ciudad de México, 1968, ha vivido en 5 países, con 34 personas de diferentes nacionalidades en 23 casas.Es fotógrafa profesional desde 1995, terapeuta y coordinadora de Somatic Experiencing  México desde 2016. En ambas profesiones siempre ha buscado generar un impacto social que apoye el desarrollo y la transformación, tanto de ella misma, como de los que la rodean.Coordino, editó y fotografió dos memorias gráficas del IFE, 2006 y 2009.Durante más de 10 años trabajó documentando comunidades Afro-Mexicanas en la Costa Chica de Guerrero y Oaxaca, con la intención de dar voz a los pueblos negros de nuestro país. En el 2011 su proyecto culminó con una exposición titulada “Abriendo los ojos Afro-México” en las rejas de Chapultepec. Partes de esta exposición llegaron a Colombia, Jamaica, Honduras y a diferentes partes de la república mexicanaElla se considera a sí misma como una curiosa profesional, dice que “le pagan por mirar/observar/reflejar” y es así con esa curiosidad insaciable que un día comenzó a cuestionarse su educación sexual y los nombres de las partes del cuerpo femenino, SU CUERPO! Su cuerpo, el cuerpo, los cuerpos, siempre han sido un tema importante en su vida.Paulina García Hubard entiende la importancia de la educación corporal como terapeuta de Somatic Experiencing ®, su compromiso de promover esta educación formando terapeutas que laboren en México es incesante.Su más reciente pasión se refleja en su trabajo del podcast “Nos Tocamos, con las Manitas en búsqueda del clítoris perdido”. Formando parte de un equipo de 3 hermanas que entre preguntas, experiencias y atrevimiento buscan crear una nueva realidad para cada mujer que las escuche .https://www.instagram.com/nos_tocamos/La Experiencia Somática ® trabaja mucho con los impulsos. Por ej: viene un coche y brincas para quitarte del camino para salvarte la vida como un movimiento autónomo que ocurre en milésimas de segundo. La adicción vista desde la somática es una desconexión de mi cuerpo porque no puedo conectar con la sensación, me rebasa, es demasiado y lo que necesito es apaciguarlo y cada quien tiene sus estrategias.Para comenzar a trabajar las compulsiones podemos:·Trabajar con el juicio·¿Observar qué está pasando a mi alrededor y cuál es el impulso?·¿Cómo es si mi imagino que llevo  la acción de la compulsión sin llevarla a cabo?Peter Levine dice que es en la presencia del movimiento donde  ocurre la transformación del trauma: too much, too fast, too soon. Y puede ser tristeza, alegría, miedo, lo que sea. El trauma en gran parte  tiene que ver con no poner límites. Es una ruptura en tu campo energético que no te permite poner límites. Si quieres aprender más sobre Experiencia Somática ® o encontrar un terapeuta en México visita: https://experienciasomaticamexico.comEspero que este episodio sea de mucha ayuda.Compártelo a quien pueda servirle.Con mucho AMORte,Patty Bueno

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
Oaxaca trash dump closure wreaks environmental havoc

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Horacio Ocon, an Argentine tourist who's been visiting the city of Oaxaca in southern Mexico with his family, woke up one morning with a headache. His throat burned. He smelled smoke. "I couldn't breathe. It was really intense,” he said. He followed the smoke to a heap of trash burning in a huge metal waste bin nearby. “It was really thick smoke. And I was surprised that they were burning it so close. It was terrible. A ton of trash and, in particular, plastics,” he said. Since early October, burning trash has become the main means of disposing waste for the roughly 700,000 residents of Oaxaca and the surrounding municipalities. That's around the time when the city closed its trash dump. In the days following lively Day of the Dead celebrations in early November, the evening skies turned an apocalyptic orange, as smoke from the burning leftover trash tinged the air.Mayor Francisco Martínez Neri has told residents in several announcements that he's working hard to find a solution. He hopes to acquire land for a new trash dump and, in the meantime, he's asking residents to sort their organic waste and recycling in order to reduce trash.But Oaxacans say solutions should have been implemented years ago.“The only answer is to open the dump back up,” lawyer and environmentalist Eduardo Reyes Santiago said last week."Because for years, they have not taken the necessary measures. Today, you have this bomb that's going off."Meanwhile, trash is building up. The city of Oaxaca alone generates 1,000 tons of trash a day, which triples during its tourist season. But trash collection has been suspended since early October.On Nov. 4, the trash collector's union protested the situation by dumping truckloads of garbage across the city's historic center and inviting residents to do the same.Videos, like this one, have been shared widely over social media, showing mounds of garbage piled up in front of government buildings. “We are fighting for the citizens,” a union representative told a local news outlet. "They've been the most impacted. It's been over three weeks. And months before the dump was closed, we knew what was coming, but nothing was done.”This is particularly relevant as the world's leaders discuss the big picture at COP27, the United Nations' global climate conference meeting in Egypt this week. "This is a sign on a small scale that government actors aren't worried about issues related to the environment,” said Ingrid Sánchez , a Mexican journalist who has been following the situation in Oaxaca closely. "Above all, when there are financial costs."Open waste burning produces 11% of global emissions of black carbon, a fine particulate that significantly contributes to global warming.But today in Oaxaca, much of the trash that isn't burned is ending up polluting the local environment.“I live close to a river. And now everyone is dumping their trash there,” said Abril Villegas Garcia, an 18-year-old street vendor in the municipality of Tlalixtac, which shared the trash dump with the state capital Oaxaca."Maybe burning impacts the environment, but it's better than just dumping it,” she said. "The river is really bad now. It's really polluted. And the mentality of many people is just to keep making it worse."In an agreement with the city, trash collectors have now cleaned the city center and begun to collect garbage on one side of town. But there's still no place to put it. The municipal government says it's shipping some waste out of state. It's also begun dumping trash at a former factory in the neighborhood of San Juan Chapultepec. On Nov. 10, residents responded by protesting and blocking roads.  It is clear there is little end in sight to the problem.“The people are being forced to do what we did before. Burn trash. Burn plastic. The pollution is getting worse. People are throwing it all on the outskirts of the city, into the rivers. A lot of people are tired. So, they are leaving it in the streets,” said Jesús García Santiago, who runs a convenience store to the east of the city."We have no answer from the local government. … But we also need to be conscious about all of the trash that we produce and consume."

Noticentro
México fue la población más afectada en materia de salud mental debido a la pandemia

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 1:44


México fue la población más afectada en materia de salud mental debido a la pandemiaEn Oaxaca fueron localizados con vida 4 elementos de la GN reportados como desaparecidospayaso ‘Chuponcito‘ será vinculado a proceso por el delito de acoso sexualMás información en nuestro podcast

Noticentro
Anuncia Mark Zuckerberg despedido de 11 mil empleados

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 2:07


•Además de ser conservadores son racistas: AMLO•Asesinan a joven cantante de Oaxaca•Más información en nuestro podcast

The End of Tourism
S2 #5.1 | Las Voces Trabajadoras | Maria Itaka & Sergio "Yeyo" Beltran (ESP)

The End of Tourism

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 69:14


En este episodio, nos acompanamos unos compas de Oaxaca, Maria Itaka y Sergio "Yeyo" Beltran. María nació y creció en Oaxaca. Es licenciada en Letras y Literatura Inglesa por la UNAM y cuenta con una especialidad en Traducción. Tras varios años de haber trabajado en proyectos turísticos, actualmente trabaja de manera independiente y ofrece servicios especializados de investigación, consultoría y traducción a investigadores y profesionales de diversas áreas, con el fin de darles una visión auténtica y respetuosa de las culturas y los lugares a los que se aproximan. Sergio Beltrán Arruti -mejor conocido como Yeyo- nació y se crió en la Ciudad de México. Se mudó a Oaxaca en 1997 para apoyar y aprender de las comunidades indígenas. Sergio es cofundador de la Universidad de la Tierra en Oaxaca (Unitierra) y de Herramientas para el Buen Vivir, AC. En 2010 formó parte del equipo pionero del Arte de Organizar Conversaciones Significativas en Español (Art of Hosting), y ha organizado múltiples encuentros interculturales en todo el mundo utilizando estas herramientas para el diálogo. Juntxs, platicamos del invasion de turistas/expatriados pospandemia, las consecuencias de la gentrificación en Oaxaca, la sequía aca, la idea de viajeros o turistas, el lavado ecológico de la industria turística/Posturas de autenticidad, y el Mcdonalización del turismo. Luego seguimos con temas de "cultivar versus consumir cultura," la solidaridad obrera en la industria turística de Oaxaca, que caridad no es solidaridad, y trayendo una base de filosofía a traves de la industria de turismo. La temporada 2 está dedicada a nuestro difunto amigo y mentor Gustavo Esteva, abuelo, sabio y cofundador de la Universidad de la Tierra en Oaxaca, México. Estos episodios han sido planeados y organizados en colaboración con nuestros compañeros y compañeras de la Unitierra Oaxaca. Son despachos de la resistencia. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Maria Itaka: Instagram Sergio Beltran: Instagram El Proyecto de Sergio: Herramientas Para Buen Vivir AC ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Apoye el podcast y el movimiento a través de nuestro Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theendoftourism Descubre más episodios y únete a la conversación: http://www.theendoftourism.com Síganos en Facebook, Instagram, Twitter @theendoftourism

Latino USA
Narsiso Martinez: Depicting Farmwork in Art

Latino USA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 16:19


Visual artist Narsiso Martinez uses materials, like discarded produce boxes and dusty charcoal, to depict intimate scenes about the life and labor of farm workers in the United States. Born in Oaxaca, Mexico in 1977, Narsiso says migrant farm work was part of his hometown's culture — it was normal to see young people travel to the US for work. At 19, Narsiso also made that journey, and went on to do farm work in the orchards of Washington state in order to afford his dream of pursuing art school. In this episode, Narsiso Martinez takes us to his studio and his solo exhibition at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California, sharing the stories behind his work and his journey as an artist.

Mindful U at Naropa University
93. Jaguar Womban: Words Do Not Teach

Mindful U at Naropa University

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 64:15


SHE'S BACK! Ladies, theydies, and gentlemen - tune in for the uplifting magic that is Jaguar Womban! Those who got to witness her on Naropa's campus already know. And those who haven't can feel her healing aura through this episode. Jaguar is a multi-dimensional healing artist, medicine woman, a visionary Mother of the womb nation. She also works with herbs, ancestral channeling, poetry and ceremonial plant medicine. She flew from Oaxaca, Mexico to meet us in Boulder, CO as the Honored Artist in Residence Keynote for our 2022 Naropa Community Practice Day. We welcome her back to her alma mater and also the Mindful U podcast! Her message today "Words Do Not Teach" is a part of her work in the "conjuring the language of the liminal spaces" of energy healing. Tune in to hear more on her journey to the Womb Nation Mother she has become. **Instagram - @jaguarwomban (https://www.instagram.com/jaguarwomban/?hl=en) Jaguar's Linktree (https://linktr.ee/Jaguarwomban) Cover Photo by Daniel N. Johnson Find Daniel's work on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/danieljohnsonis/?hl=en)** Special Guest: Jaguar Womban.

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 墨西哥相關時事趣聞 All about 2022 Mexico

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 7:05


Nespresso 雙11節慶咖啡大賞,年末最優惠,全機型優惠$3300起,再贈價值$820品牌杯組11/14前podcast聽眾購買任一咖啡機加5條膠囊,於結帳頁面輸入折扣碼[podcast200],即可獲得200抵用金,可於下次購買五條膠囊時折抵,折抵期限至12/31!https://link.fstry.me/3NAS0TI —— 以上為 Firstory DAI 動態廣告 —— 歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments Topic: In age-old ritual, Mexican mayor weds alligator to secure abundance A small town Mexican mayor married his alligator bride in a colorful ceremony as traditional music rang out and revelers danced while imploring the indigenous leader to seal the nuptials with a kiss. 墨西哥一個小鎮市長在一場多采多姿的儀式中,迎娶了他的鱷魚新娘,現場演奏傳統音樂、狂歡者翩翩起舞,同時懇求這位原住民領袖用一個吻來為婚禮封印。 San Pedro Huamelula Mayor Victor Hugo Sosa obliged more than once during Thursday's wedding, bending down to plant his lips on the small alligator's snout, which had been tied shut presumably to avoid unwanted biting. 在週四的婚禮上,聖.佩德羅.瓦米魯拉的市長維克多.雨果.索薩不只一次答應要求,彎腰把嘴唇湊上這隻小鱷魚的鼻子,而小鱷魚的鼻子被緊緊綁住,大概是為了避免不必要的咬傷。 The ritual marriage likely dates back centuries to pre-Hispanic times among Oaxaca state's Chontal and Huave indigenous communities, like a prayer pleading for nature's bounty. 在墨西哥瓦哈卡州Chontal及Huave的原住民社會中,這種婚禮儀式就像是一個祈禱,祈求大自然的恩賜,可能可以追溯好幾個世紀,一直到前西班牙時代。 Oaxaca, located in Mexico's poor south, is arguably the country's richest in indigenous culture and home to many groups that have stubbornly maintained their languages and traditions. 瓦哈卡州位在墨西哥貧窮的南部地區,可說是墨國原住民文化最豐富的地區,也是許多堅持維護他們的語言和傳統的群體的家鄉。 Next Article Topic: In Mexico, those searching for missing relatives can vanish too 在墨西哥,尋找失蹤親友的人也會跟著消失 70-years-old Maria Herrera is scraping at the earth on a hill in the town of Huitzuco, in southern Mexico, looking for the mounds that indicate a decaying corpse. 70歲的瑪莉亞.赫雷拉在墨西哥南部威特蘇科鎮的山上四處挖掘,希望找到代表埋有腐爛屍體的土堆。 Digging in the dirt with a group of 100 other activists in the violent state of Guerrero, she wants to find her four missing son. 在暴力事件頻傳的格雷羅州,赫雷拉與100名行動人士一起挖土,想要找到4名失蹤的兒子。 More than 40,000 people are missing in Mexico, which has been swept by a wave of violence since the government declared war on the country's powerful drug cartels in 2006. 2006年,墨西哥政府向勢力龐大的販毒集團宣戰後,這個國家就被暴力事件肆虐,目前已有逾4萬人失蹤。 At first, Herrera and her husband used the profits gained by selling household goods door to door to launch gold exchange business, which involved traveling the country to buy and sell gold. 起初,赫雷拉和丈夫用挨家挨戶賣居家用品的收入,展開黃金兌換生意,包括全國走透透買賣黃金。 They did not realize a bloody cartel turf war was just breaking out in the state. They believe a local cartel mistook the brothers, Jesus and Raul, for members of a rival group and were captured. Two more brothers started looking for them but disappeared too. 但他們沒料到,一場腥風血雨的毒梟地盤之爭已在國內爆發。他們相信,自家兒子赫塞斯和羅爾,是被一個地方販毒集團誤認為敵營的人,才被俘虜。另外2名兒子開始尋找兩人後,也下落不明。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1539233 ; https://news.ltn.com.tw/news/world/paper/1292410 Next Article Topic: ‘We're Living in Hell': Inside Mexico's Most Terrified City The violence was already terrifying, she said, when grenades exploded outside her church in broad daylight some five years ago. Then children in town were kidnapped, disappearing without a trace. Then the bodies of the executed were dumped in city streets. 她說,大約五年前,光天化日下手榴彈在她的教會外爆炸,這種暴力已經夠嚇人了。接著鎮上的孩子被綁架,消失得無影無蹤。然後他們被處刑的屍體丟棄在城市街道上。 And then came the day last month when armed men burst into her home, dragged her 15-year-old son and two of his friends outside and shot them to death, leaving Guadalupe — who didn't want her full name published out of fear of the men — too terrified to leave the house. 接下來是上個月的那一天,武裝男子闖進她家,將她的15歲兒子和兒子兩個友人拖出屋外射殺,讓瓜達魯佩太過驚嚇以致於不敢離開家,因為害怕那些男子,她不希望刊出全名。 “I do not want the night to come,” she said, through tears. “Living with fear is no life at all.” 「我不希望黑夜來臨」,她流著淚說,「活在恐懼中完全不是人過的日子」。 For most of the population of Fresnillo, a mining city in central Mexico, a fearful existence is the only one they know; 96% of residents say they feel unsafe, the highest percentage of any city in Mexico, according to a recent survey from Mexico's national statistics agency. 對於弗雷斯尼約這個墨西哥中部礦城的大多數人而言,他們知道的只有一項可怕現實。根據墨西哥國家統計局最近一項調查,96%居民說他們感覺不安全,是墨西哥所有城市比率最高者。 The economy can boom and bust, presidents and parties and their promises can come and go, but for the city's 140,000 people, as for many in Mexico, there is a growing sense that no matter what changes, the violence endures. 經濟可以暴起大落,總統和政黨以及他們的承諾來來去去,但對這座城市的14萬人來說,如同墨西哥許多城市,不論有什麼改變,暴力依舊持續,這種意見正在增加。 In 2018, during his run for president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador offered a grand vision to remake Mexico. Instead of arresting and killing traffickers as previous leaders had done, he would focus on the causes of violence: “hugs not bullets,” he called it. He was swept to victory. 2018年總統選戰期間,羅培茲提出重塑墨西哥的遠大願景,他不像歷任領導人所做的逮捕並殺掉壞蛋,而是聚焦暴力的成因,他稱之為「擁抱而非子彈」。他壓倒式勝選。 But three years after his landslide win, and with his Morena party in control of Congress, the drumbeat of death continues, suggesting that López Obrador's approach has failed, fueling in many a paralyzing helplessness. 但在他壓倒式勝利以及他的國家復興運動黨掌控國會三年後,死亡的鼓聲持續著,暗示羅培茲的方法已經失敗,激起許多人有如麻痹的無助感。 “We're living in hell,” said Victor Piña, who ran for mayor of Fresnillo in the June elections and watched an aide gunned down beside him during a pre-campaign event. 「我們活在地獄裡」,今年6月參選弗雷斯尼約市長的維克多.皮納說,他在一場選前活動中看到一名幕僚在他身旁遭槍擊。 Zacatecas, the state Fresnillo is in, has the country's highest murder rate, with 122 deaths in June, according to the Mexican government. Across Mexico, murders have dropped less than 1% since López Obrador took office, according to the country's statistics agency. That was enough for the president to claim that there had been an improvement on a problem his administration inherited. 弗雷斯尼約所在的薩卡特卡斯州,謀殺率為全國最高,根據墨西哥政府,6月有122人死亡。根據國家統計局,羅培茲上任以來,墨西哥全國各地謀殺率下降不到1%,這已足夠讓總統宣稱,在他的政府上任後,這個問題已有改善。 Many in Fresnillo disagree. 弗雷斯尼約的許多人不這麼認為。 “‘Hugs not bullets' doesn't work,” said Javier Torres Rodríguez, whose brother was shot and killed in 2018. “We're losing the ability to be shocked.” 「擁抱而非子彈沒有用」,哈維耶.托雷斯.羅里奎茲說,他的兄弟2018年遭槍擊死亡,「我們正失去感到震驚的能力」。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/5704988 Powered by Firstory Hosting

The Opperman Report
About Jasun Horsley

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 53:25


Jasun Horsley spent his early life fleeing from a sense of unreality and has been trying to get to the bottom of it ever since. A childhood love of superheroes became an adolescent passion for movies and eventually transmogrified into an obsession with the occult. In forty-five years of earthly existence, he has been a New York barfly, a Hollywood wanna-be, a sorcerer-chaser in Mexico, an acid-eater on Haight-Ashbury. He had an End-Times community in Taos, was destitute in North Africa, begged in Paris, lived with Benedictine monks in France, ran with the bulls in Pamplona, had alien encounters in Navarra, apprenticed with a shaman in Guatemala, lost his mind in Columbia, made digital movies in London, edited a newspaper in Oaxaca, read Tarot in Portugal, saw UFOs in Patmos, ran an existential detective agency, and followed a guru in Canada. He is currently working with Dave Oshana and laying the groundwork for his next incarnation. While sure his life is fiction, he has yet to meet the author. He has written several books under the names Jake and Jason Horsley and Aeolus Kephas, and had a run of podcasts, "Stormy Weather" and "Warty Theorems." His official website is www.auticulture.com

The Cocktail Guru Podcast
TCGP S2 E3 The Cocktail Guru Visits Atlantic City!

The Cocktail Guru Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 33:06


On this episode of THE COCKTAIL GURU PODCAST, we visit Bally's Atlantic City Hotel & Casino for sitdowns with Bally's own Paul Juliano, Mast-Jägermeister National Accounts Manager Aleesha Meola, and cocktail star Juan Coronado, who shares his spirited journey from his native Dominican Republic to a series of high-profile gigs—including extended stints with Chef José Andrés and Bacardí Rum—and how he and tequilera Ana Maria Romero came to create Mijenta Tequila with hosts Jonathan & Jeffrey Pogash. Plus enjoy the show's two new spirited features: Tipple Time and Top Off! All brought to you by Emilio Lustau, Cognac Ferrand, and The Perfect Purée of Napa Valley. THE COCKTAIL GURU PODCAST is produced by 1st Reel Entertainment and distributed by EatsDrinksTV, a service of the Center for Culinary Culture—Home of The Cocktail Collection, and is available wherever fine podcasts can be heard. The Center for Culinary Culture—Telling the Story of Food & Drink…One Taste at a Time. GUEST BIOS Aleesha Meola Aleesha is National Accounts Manager-Hotels & Casinos for Mast-Jägermeister US and has been with the company for a year and a half. She has been in the liquor sales and beverage industry for almost 24 years, and for 20 of those years she worked in Las Vegas casinos. Working with Jägermeister and Teremana Tequila has been such an amazing experience, she cannot wait to see how much more success can be achieved. Aleesha has two sons, two dogs, and is a newlywed! She enjoys spending all of her free time with her family and enjoying concerts with her husband and friends. Juan Coronado Over the past 20 years, Juan Coronado has built an impeccable reputation in the beverage industry as an award-winning mixologist and entrepreneur. His mission is to create and innovate beverage programs and to make positive financial impact in hospitality outlets. As an entrepreneur, he has designed the structure for a range of companies, including Colada Shop, Bresca Restaurant, and Serenata Bar in Washington, DC; Mijenta Tequila, the first B- Corp sustainable tequila in the world; and Tres Tribus Mezcal, an artisanal mezcal from the Mixteca Region of Oaxaca. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecocktailgurupodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecocktailgurupodcast/support

Noticentro
Alertan a estados del país por ciclón tropical Lisa

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 1:21


•Gobierno prepara propuesta de Reforma electoral•Bolsonaro inconforme con resultados electorales •Colombia y Venezuela buscan trabajar juntos •Más información en nuestro podcast

The Bay
‘Making Something That's Our Own:' Día de Los Muertos in the Bay

The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 26:56


The roots of Día de los Muertos celebrations in San Francisco can be traced back to 1972, when a collective of Chicano artists formed the first day of the dead show not only in California but the entire West Coast. The collective opened up their own gallery; Galeria La Raza. Inspired by a film that showcased the massive day of the dead altars in Oaxaca, Mexico, Rene Yañez and Ralph Maradiaga set up their own altar outside Galeria la Raza, laying down the foundation for a much larger celebration that would include altars, exhibits, films. In 1981 Rene Yañez organized the first Day of the Dead procession.  Rio Yañez, the son of Rene Yañez, joins Rightnowish in conversation with Marisol Medina-Cadena. They talk about family legacy, tradition, and commemorating our loved ones.  Your support makes KQED podcasts possible. You can show your love by going to https://kqed.org/donate/podcasts.

Noticentro
Alertan que la mayoría del porcentaje de desaparecidos corresponden a niñas y mujeres

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 1:29


•En la costa de Oaxaca aseguran una tonelada de clorhidrato de cocaína•Más información en nuestro Podcast

Women Who Travel
Witches and Rituals Around the Globe

Women Who Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 24:59 Very Popular


The nights in the northern hemisphere are drawing in, which means whispering stories of witches and spirits are top of mind for many of us. Lale chats with Mexico City-based author Brenda Lozano, whose new novel Witches looks at the lives of Mexican women who inherit gifts, and draws inspiration from the true story of a Mazatec Indigenous healer, or curandera, in Oaxaca who worked with psilocybin mushrooms in the 1950s and 60s. Plus, we revisit a recent conversation with author Dorthe Nors to learn more about the burnings of witch effigies along the rugged Danish coast. For more from Women Who Travel, visit our website or subscribe to our email newsletter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The End of Tourism
S2 #4.2 | Without Plurality, There Can Be No Hospitality | Elias Gomez Gonzalez (ENG)

The End of Tourism

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 31:49


On this episode, I am accompanied by a dear philosopher, writer, and friend, Elías González Gómez. Elias focuses on interreligious dialogue and the bridge between mysticism and the struggle to build a new world. He has collaborated with different interreligious groups, as well as indigenous and spiritual communities. He is currently a professor at ITESO and at Ibero León. He collaborates with the Universidad de la Tierra Oaxaca and is a member of the Center for Studies of Religion and Society of the University of Guadalajara. He is a spiritual guide, Zen practitioner and creator of study and dialogue groups around mysticism. Elias coordinates the blog Amanecer. He is the author of the following books: Encuentro, Re-ligación y Diálogo: Reflexiones hacia un diálogo Inter-Re-ligioso; Impotente Ternura: Descubrirte en lo pequeño; and Convivencialidad y resistencia política desde abajo: La herencia de Iván Illich en México. Here we talk about the new wave of tourists and migrants in Mexico and the resentment and hatred that has come out as a result. We talk about spiritual tourism, plurality and radical hospitality, and what it means to know the other or the other in our times. Season 2 is dedicated to our late friend and mentor Gustavo Esteva, grandfather, sage, and co-founder of Universidad de la Tierra in Oaxaca, Mexico. These episodes have been planned and organized in collaboration with our colleagues from Unitierra Oaxaca. They are dispatches of the resistance. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook: Amanecer Blog YouTube: Amanecer Blog Twitter: Amanecer Blog Instagram: Amanecer Blog ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support the podcast and the movement through our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theendoftourism Discover more episodes and join the conversation: http://www.theendoftourism.com Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter @theendoftourism‍

Presidente AMLO. Conferencias matutinas
Jueves 27 octubre 2022 Conferencia de prensa matutina #964 - presidente AMLO

Presidente AMLO. Conferencias matutinas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 172:11


El Gobierno de México está comprometido con el esclarecimiento del caso Ayotzinapa bajo la política cero impunidad para castigar a los responsables. La búsqueda de los jóvenes no parará hasta encontrarlos. Informamos avances del mecanismo de preliberación y amnistía, así como del Tianguis del Bienestar, que beneficia a más comunidades de Guerrero, Veracruz, Chiapas y Oaxaca.

Mesoamerican Studies On-Air
Una nueva cancha de juego de pelota descubierta en Etlatongo, Oaxaca con Cuauhtémoc Vidal Guzmán

Mesoamerican Studies On-Air

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 37:42


Cuauhtémoc Vidal Guzmán es candidato al doctorado en la Universidad de George Washington. Estudió antropología en la Universidad de Albany-SUNY y luego estudió la maestría en antropología en la Universidad de Colorado Boulder. Ha participado en proyectos arqueológicos en los estados mexicanos de Yucatán, Chiapas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, y Oaxaca. Su tesis doctoral examina la transición del Clásico Tardío al Posclásico en Etlatongo, un sitio en la Mixteca Alta de Oaxaca. Sus intereses incluyen la persistencia indígena, la investigación participatoria, el nuevo materialismo, y la memoria social.

Mesoamerican Studies On-Air
Examining the Late Classic-Postclassic Transition at Etlatongo, Oaxaca with Cuauhtémoc Vidal Guzmán

Mesoamerican Studies On-Air

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 37:56


Cuauhtémoc Vidal Guzmán is currently a PhD candidate at the George Washington University. He studied his BA in anthropology at the University at Albany-SUNY. Then, he studied his MA, also in anthropology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He has participated in archaeological projects in the Mexican states of Yucatan, Chiapas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, and Oaxaca. His current dissertation research studies the Late Classic Postclassic transition at Etlatongo, a site in the Mixteca Alta, Oaxaca. His interests gravitate around Indigenous persistence, participatory research, new materialism, and social memory.

Learn Spanish and Go
El Tejate: Bebida de los Dioses - Tejate: Beverage of the Gods

Learn Spanish and Go

Play Episode Play 44 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 33:26 Very Popular


Mexico is rich in pre-hispanic traditions that you can still experience to this day. One of our favorites is a beverage you can taste in Oaxaca called “tejate.” This delicious corn and cacao-based drink has been used to help energize people for hundreds of years. Find out more in this episode where we interview doña Lucrecia, maker of some of the best tejate in Oaxaca.Links:Drink Tejate with Doña Lucrecia on our Oaxaca Spanish Immersion Retreat022 - Bebidas Tradicionales de Colima, México | Traditional Drinks of Colima, Mexico025 - El Chocolate: Un Regalo de México al Mundo | Chocolate: Mexico's Gift to the WorldCheck out our YouTube video "Finding the Best Mezcal + More" where we also tried Tejate & PonzontleLevel up your Spanish with our Podcast MembershipGet the full transcript of each episode so you don't miss a wordListen to an extended breakdown section in English going over the most important words and phrasesTest your comprehension with a multiple choice quizSupport the show

Latino USA
Racism and the LA City Council

Latino USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 31:55


On October 9, the Los Angeles Times of a conversation between now-former L.A. City Council President Nury Martínez, fellow Councilmembers Gil Cedillo and Kevin de León, and now-former L.A. County Federation of Labor President Ron Herrera, in which Martínez made racist remarks against another councilmember's Black son and the city's Indigenous community from Oaxaca. Here's an episode from our colleagues at Latino Rebels Radio, where guest host and Latino Rebels senior editor Hector Luis Alamo speaks with Gustavo Arellano, featured contributor for the L.A. Times, to get a sense of what the scandal means for the people of Los Angeles and the future of the city.

Ciencia en Bicicleta
Lenguas indígenas: otras formas de ser, crear y conocer

Ciencia en Bicicleta

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 84:32


«No puedes comprar un cachito de la función poética de mi lengua», dice la investigadora Yásnaya Elena Aguilar Gil, lingüista, escritora, traductora e integrante del pueblo mixe de Oaxaca, México, y activista por los derechos lingüísticos en su país. En esta interesante conversación que puedes escuchar en Spotify y tus plataformas favoritas de podcast, Yásnaya habla sobre las lenguas indígenas como territorios políticos que han sido cercados con violencia por la imposición de las lenguas dominantes en este sistema signado por el patriarcado, el capitalismo y el colonialismo. «Imaginen que llegaran a la escuela por primera vez y la maestra les empezara a hablar en alemán o en ruso y, luego, dijera que ustedes son tontas o tontos porque no entienden», propone para ilustrar el despojo lingüístico que viven muchas niñas y niños indígenas y cuenta, además, los castigos físicos que vivió en la escuela por hablar en su lengua. Subraya que la palabra «indígena» puede insinuar una homogeneización de la diversidad de los pueblos, pues no hay tal cosa como «La identidad indígena» o «La cultura indígena». Solo al viajar a la ciudad por primera vez, Yásnaya supo que se referían a su pueblo y a otros como “indígenas”, antes esa palabra no significaba nada para ella. Luego la reconocería como una categoría favorable en la defensa de los derechos de muchos pueblos oprimidos. La investigadora, además, nos lleva a explorar la función poética del ayuujk, una lengua oral en la que su comunidad crea manifestaciones estéticas sin derechos de autor y que usa recursos retóricos ausentes en otras lenguas, como el difrasismo, en el que dos palabras, al aparecer juntas, constituyen una tercera unidad de significado con carga metafórica. Invitada: Yásnaya Elena Aguilar Gil, lingüista, escritora y activista mexicana es un símbolo de resistencia indígena. Es autora de textos como: Nosotros sin México: naciones indígenas y autonomía, El futuro es hoy: Ideas radicales para México. Conversa con: Catalina Rodas Quintero, comunicadora social - periodista de la UPB y candidata a magíster en Estudios Sociales Latinoamericanos de la UBA.

Working for the Word
Cuba, Vietnam, Medical Missions, and Bible Translation - with Daniel Case - part 1

Working for the Word

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 76:57


In this series on people in my family who have contributed to Bible translation, the next person is my dad, Daniel Case. He's been through a lot in his 75 years of life, from growing up in Cuba to serving in the Vietnam War to being a medical missionary and working for decades in Bible translation for the Chatino people of El Carrizal in the mountains of Oaxaca, Mexico. I really admire his wisdom, tenacity, humility, and servant heart, and I wanted to share his story with you. workingfortheword.com | my books | twitter | music | Hebrew | academic articles | facebook | contact | download all episodes for offline

Noticentro
Depresión tropical ocasionará lluvias intensas en las costas de Oaxaca y Guerrero

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 1:03


•Temblor de magnitud 4,2 sacudió este miércoles la Amazonía ecuatoriana•Más información en nuestro podcast

Salt & Spine

Episode 142: Jorge GaviriaThis week, we're thrilled to welcome Masienda founder Jorge Gaviria to #TalkCookbooks with us.Jorge's first cookbook, Masa: Techniques, Recipes, and Reflections on a Timeless Staple, explores the deep history and significance of masa—the dough made of nixtamalized corn that goes on to become tortillas, tamales, sopes, and many more Mexican and global staples. It all started with a realization while apprenticing at Blue Hill at Stone Barns. Jorge started to dream of opening the “tortilla equivalent of Tartine Bakery, the San Francisco–based high temple of sourdough.” That idea led to sourcing heirloom corn and masa harina (the dried version of masa) from local farmers in Oaxaca and supplying some of New York City's top chefs. Jorge's company, Masienda, was born.Eight years later, Masienda is on a quest to revolutionize how we think about corn—and therefore, masa, masa harina, and other products. Today he's sourcing heirloom corn from a network of 2,000 farmers across six states in Mexico. And yet, he realized something else was missing: a text.And so, he created Masa the book. It's a quite comprehensive tome (nearly 300 pages) on the history of corn and masa and a guide that's as useful for a home cook as it is for a scientist. (Want to nixtamalize your own corn at home? Jorge walks you through it! And offers practical lessons on how to make high-quality masa at home.) Somewhat shockingly, this is the first major cookbook to focus on masa.Of course, there are recipes, too. Masa offers 50 base recipes for tortillas, tamales, pozole, and more to build on, as well as inventive recipes from top chefs across the world. (Get two of them this week by becoming a paid subscriber to Salt + Spine!)Jorge writes that “like sourdough before it, craft masa is on the brink of a global culinary movement.”In today's show, we're talking with Jorge about what led him to focus on masa and launching his company Masienda, about how we're now in a “third wave” of masa, and we're putting him to the test in our signature game.[[EPISODE DETAILS GO HERE. INCLUDE BOOKSHOP LINK.]] ALSO INCLUDE AN IMAGE OF THE BOOK COVER WITH THE CAPTION "GET COOKING: BOOKSHOP OR OMNIVORE BOOKS" with links to both referral URLs.Bonus Content + Recipes This WeekThis week, paid subscribers will receive three recipes from Jorge Gaviria's Masa: Blue Masa Sourdough Bread (from Philippine-born chef turned cottage baker Karlo Evaristo) and Masa Tempura Batter (from chef Alex Stupak of New York City's Empellón). We also have the Table Tortilla Masa.And later this week, producer Clea Wurster kicks off a new series featuring beloved cookbook stores. First up, she's chatting with Matt Sartwell of New York City's Kitchen Arts and Letters.Salt + Spine is supported by listeners like you. To get full access to our exclusive content and featured recipes, and support our work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.This Week's New Cookbook ReleasesA big week of new cookbooks hitting the shelves this week! Here's a few:* Diasporican: A Puerto Rican Cookbook by Illyanna Maisonet* The Cookie Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum and Woody Wolston* Ottolenghi Test Kitchen: Extra Good Things by Yotam Ottolenghi and Noor Murad* Cooking with Mushrooms: A Fungi Lover's Guide to the World's Most Versatile, Flavorful, Health-Boosting Ingredients by Andrea Gentl* Justice of the Pies: Sweet and Savory Pies, Quiches, and Tarts plus Inspirational Stories from Exceptional People by Maya-Camille Broussard* The Siete Table: Nourishing Mexican-American Recipes from Our Kitchen by The Garza Family* Somebody Feed Phil: The People, Stories, and Recipes by Phil Rosenthal* Make Every Dish Delicious: Modern Classics and Essential Tips for Total Kitchen Confidence by Lesley Chesterman* Spice: A Cook's Companion by Mark Diacono* Feed These People: Slam-Dunk Recipes for Your Crew by Jen Hatmaker* Evergreen Kitchen: Weeknight Vegetarian Dinners for Everyone by Bri Beaudoin* Mamacita: Recipes Celebrating Life as a Mexican Immigrant in America by Andrea Pons* Kolkata: Recipes from the Heart of Bengal by Rinku Dutt* Cooking with Nonna: Sunday Dinners with La Famiglia by Rosella Rago OCT 25* The Delmonico Way: Sublime Entertaining and Legendary Recipes from the Restaurant That Made New York by Max Tucci (NOV 1)* 60-Second Cocktails: Amazing Drinks to Make at Home in a Minute by Joe Harrison & Neil Ridley* Bar Menu: 100+ Drinking Food Recipes for Cocktail Hours at Home by André Darlington* The Little Book of Aperitifs: 50 Classic Cocktails and Delightful Drinks by Kate Hawkings* The Complete Book of Pasta Sauces: The Best Italian Pestos, Marinaras, Ragùs, and Other Cooked and Fresh Sauces for Every Type of Pasta Imaginable by Allan Bay Wildcrafted* Vinegars: Making and Using Unique Acetic Acid Ferments for Quick Pickles, Hot Sauces, Soups, Salad Dressings, Pastes, Mustards, and More by Pascal Baudar This is a public episode. 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La Verdadera Historia de México
Batalla de la Carbonera

La Verdadera Historia de México

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 73:16


18 de Octubre de 1866, se lleva a cabo la Batalla de la Carbonera. Los invasores quedan sitiados en la ciudad de Oaxaca, por Félix Díaz. Los franceses mandan refuerzos desde la Ciudad de México (1500 soldados, la mayoría austríacos) a Oronzos, general conservador. Díaz, haciendo gala de su ingenio, intercepta a las fuerzas extranjeras y en una hora los austriacos fueron derrotados.

In The Thick
Silence Is Complicity

In The Thick

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 34:47


Maria is joined by Erika D. Smith, columnist for the Los Angeles Times, and Alberto Retana, president and CEO of Community Coalition in South Los Angeles, to discuss the political scandal within the Los Angeles City Council. They get into the impact of redistricting on the city, and how this will all play out in the upcoming mayoral election between Rep. Karen Bass and Rick Caruso. They also address anti-blackness within Latino communities and the hope for true multiracial solidarity. ITT Staff Picks:  Erika D. Smith writes about how the newest member of Los Angeles' City Council, Heather Hutt, a Black woman, is already experiencing problems due to the racist words of her colleagues in this piece for the Los Angeles Times.  Jon Peltz writes about the future of Los Angeles City Council and what has happened since Knock LA published the leaked audio recordings from a 2021 meeting between three council members and the LA Labor Federation president. “Our culture's power is more significant than any words of hate coming our way,” writes Bricia Lopez about the privilege of being from Oaxaca in this piece for L.A. Taco.  Photo credit: AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu, File

Badass Digital Nomads
The Expat Lifestyle and Cost of Living in Oaxaca, Mexico

Badass Digital Nomads

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 34:03


How much does it cost to live in Mexico? Are expats ruining Oaxaca and Puerto Escondido? Solo traveling expat and entrepreneur, Vangile Makwakwa, reports back from her digital nomad home base on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. She breaks down the cost of living in Mexico (for expats and locals) and how it compares to the cost of living in her home country of South Africa.   Vangile also shares how she budgets her money as a digital nomad, what the quality of life is like for expats in Oaxaca, and why there's growing tension between foreigners and locals.   Are you or a loved one thinking of traveling or moving to Mexico soon? This episode is a MUST-LISTEN!   Episode 177 Special Offers:  Apply for Kristin's Ready to Relocate program Open an account with Crypto.com

Presidente AMLO. Conferencias matutinas
Lunes 17 octubre 2022 Conferencia de prensa matutina #956 - presidente AMLO

Presidente AMLO. Conferencias matutinas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 174:16


Hoy conmemoramos el Día del Caminero con un reporte de avances e inversión del gobierno federal en el mantenimiento de carreteras libres y autopistas, así como caminos artesanales hacia cabeceras municipales en Oaxaca y Guerrero. Esta iniciativa tiene un efecto multiplicador porque genera empleos y reactiva la economía regional. Reconocemos la aportación que constructores e ingenieros civiles hacen al desarrollo nacional.

The Mushroom Hour Podcast
Ep. 139: Funganista - From Music Stardom to Mycological Obsession (feat. Andy Overall)

The Mushroom Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 85:10 Very Popular


Today on Mushroom Hour we are graced by the presence of mycologist and musician Andy Overall. Andy has had a fascinating journey from the Blue Zoo and pop stardom back through the hedges and woodlands when he became interested in mushrooms back in the early 1990's. He realized he needed something else, another interest other than his involvement with music. Growing up as a boy during the 60's in the English, market town countryside, of Braintree, Essex he nurtured an interest in nature…And then along came David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust and everything changed course for a while! Later in life his rekindled interest in fungi evolved into obsession as he began to see an infinite variety of fungal species appearing before him and he wanted to get to know them all. Since his obsession began, Andy has published magazines, countless articles and in 2017 his first book all about fungi -  “FUNGI-Mushrooms & Toadstools of Parks, Gardens, Heaths and Woodlands”. He is the fungi recorder for the London Natural History Society and a Group Leader in the London Fungus Group. I'm excited to learn about the mycological journey of a culture creator, artist and naturalist and his explorations into what he so poetically dubs, “the jewels in nature's crown”   TOPICS COVERED:   From Wilderness to Ziggy Stardust   Birth of Blue Zoo   Shifting from Pop Stardom to Mycology   Evolution of the Amateur Mycology Community   Professional Surveying for Fungi    Insights from Biodiversity Databases   Making Better Decisions About Forest Management   Role of DNA in Fungal Surveys   Heathrow Airport Cortinarius    Contributions of Amateur Naturalists   Tips to Making Better Observations   Process of Mushroom Spotting & Identification    Ethnomycology Travels in Oaxaca, Czech Republic, Australia   Published and Unpublished Works of Gaston Guzman   EPISODE RESOURCES:   Andy Overall Website: http://www.fungitobewith.org/   London Fungi Facebook: https://en-gb.facebook.com/LondonFungusNetwork/   British Mycological Society: https://www.britmycolsoc.org.uk/   Blue Zoo Website: http://www.bluezoo.org.uk/   Roger Phillips (Legend): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Phillips_(photographer)   Marcel Bon (Mycologist): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcel_Bon   Mark Spencer (Botanist): https://markspencerbotanist.com/   GIGL: https://www.gigl.org.uk/londons-open-spaces/   Cortinarius heatherae (fungus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortinarius_heatherae   Laetiporus sulphureus (AKA Chicken of the Woods): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laetiporus_sulphureus

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ChocoSol is a bean-to-bar chocolate social enterprise that creates delicious stone-ground treats with cacao sourced directly from the communities of Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico. Using energy-efficient techniques, founder Michael Sacco has engendered an entirely regenerative and sustainable chocolate recipe. Since its inception, ChocoSol has surpassed $2 million in annual sales, and  continues to grow by 20% each year. For more on ChocoSol and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/chocosol-regenerative-chocolate ?utm_campaign=shopifymasters&utm_medium=youtube&utm_source=podcast 

For The Wild
YOALLI RODRIGUEZ on Grief as an Ontological Form of Time /306

For The Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022


This week, guest Yoalli Rodriguez brings us to the Chacahua-Pastoría Lagoons in Oaxaca, Mexico, to investigate deep connections with land, ongoing colonial violence, and the grief that comes alongside loving a place. The Chacahua-Pastoría Lagoons have long been vital spaces for Black and Indigenous communities, but continued colonial strategies have altered and quartered off the landscape in favor of nationalist and capitalist interests. The conversation dives deep into an understanding of Mestizo geographies and the politics of refusal in the face of oppressive power. Despite the institutional acts of violence that limit sensual and sensorial relationships with the land, people continue to make spaces of their own and lay claims to land that go against colonial rule. With this context, Yoalli and Ayana come to a heartening conversation about the importance of ecological grief, rage, and sadness. Yoalli's work pays deep attention to the everyday lives of those who live around the lagoons, and she notes the care, love, and community that make grief and resistance possible. Here, hope and grief go hand in hand as strategies of resistance and fugitivity. Perhaps slow life and slow feeling can be a counter to the slow violence that has so marred life on earth. Meztli Yoalli Rodríguez Aguilera is an educator, vinyl selector, and writer born and raised in Mexico but currently based in the U.S. They are currently an Assistant Professor in Anthropology & Sociology and Latin American and Latinx Studies at Lake Forest College, Illinois. They are interested in subjects of anti-colonial, anti-racist feminist struggles, political ecology, and State violence. Music by Fabian Almazan Trio, Eliza Edens, and PALO-MAH. Visit our website at forthewild.world for the full episode description, references, and action points.