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SONGMESS
Ep. 429 - Tamya Sisa Morán (Flor De La Lluvia)

SONGMESS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 103:55


En este episodio muy especial de Songmess nuestra serie ecuatoriana continúa con una alucinante conversación junto a la compositora, cantante, educadora y poeta Kichwa, Tamya Morán. La comunidad indígena, y en particular la comunidad Kichwa, es sumamente visible en Ecuador, donde se desempeñan en gran parte en ámbitos agricultores y artísticos. Nuestra entrevista con Tamya abarca los retos de ser una mujer indígena desenvolviéndose en el mundo cultural occidental, la importancia de mantener costumbres ancestrales vivas y en evolución, cuestionamientos hacia su propia comunidad, como la vestimenta tradicional puede ser un arma de resistencia, y mucha música. Este fue el primer episodio que grabamos en Quito y las poderosas palabras de Tamya resonaron con nosotros por todo el resto del viaje. Episodio imperdible! Playlist: Tamya Morán, Billie Holiday, Mercedes Sosa, Luzmila Carpio, y Oscar Troya + Gabriel Montufar + Curi Cachimuel. Tamya Morán Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2EURZrbEvyVCeuokycUQfE?si=8EbWXVk0R4K62CwjjMF0Ig Tamya Morán YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TamyaMoran Tamya Morán Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tamyamoran_oficial/ Tamya Morán Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tamy.moran.5 Richard Villegas Instagram: www.instagram.com/rixinyc/?hl=en Songmess Instagram: www.instagram.com/songmess/?hl=es-la Songmess Facebook: www.facebook.com/songmess/?ref=settings Songmess Twitter: twitter.com/songmess Songmess Merch: via DM #BOPS Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2sdavi01h3AA5531D4fhGB?si=7e73b0c989ea400f Sigue a Songmess en Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play o SoundCloud, y encuéntranos en Facebook, Twitter e Instagram, o contáctanos directamente a songmessmusic@gmail.com

Living & Learning Podcast
From Student to Staff Member with Tyra Givings

Living & Learning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 20:02


As an organization, we have been privileged to see some of our alumni join us on staff after their semester abroad with us. ⁠The impact that a semester with L&LI has on students often gives them the desire to return and pour into future students. ⁠Tyra G. shares her experience as she went from student to alumni to staff member. ⁠You don't want to miss how God called her back to Quito to be a Resident Coordinator in our most recent podcast episode. Show Notes Something that we're excited about is a new Summer Internship program. Join us for an 8-week internship in major cities around the world. All the details are up on our website. For more information about our programs, check us out online at landli.org/ Applications are now open for our programs. Apply Today! Subscribe to our Monthly Newsletter or follow us on Instagram @livingandlearningintl

Castigo Divino
Castigo Divino: Pedro José Freile

Castigo Divino

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 85:26


Luis Eduardo entrevista al candidato a la alcaldía de Quito, Pedro José Freile.

EXA FM ECUADOR
El Show de la Papaya - Candidata Natasha Rojas - 13-01-2023

EXA FM ECUADOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 41:11


Natasha Rojas, candidata a la alcaldía de Quito. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/exa-fm-ecuador/message

Joris Voorn presents: Spectrum Radio

Joris Voorn live from Bassick afterparty, Quito, Ecuador

EXA FM ECUADOR
El Show de la Papaya - Candidato Andrés Castillo - 12-01-2023

EXA FM ECUADOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 39:54


Andrés Castillo, candidato a la alcaldía de Quito. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/exa-fm-ecuador/message

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1229 Lydia Richards & Maria Calvert | Voices

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 23:40


Welcome to Episode 1229, in which Cynthia Chaplin interviews Maria Calvert and Lydia Richards, in this installment of Voices, on the Italian Wine Podcast. Today's episode is one recorded at the wine2wine Business Forum 2021. About today's guest Maria: Maria was born in Quito, Ecuador but grew up in Queens, NYC - the most diverse place in the United States! Maria started to fall in love with food & wine while studying abroad in Spain and traveling to numerous cities, including Porto, Portugal, where she visited her first winery. Since that first tasting room, she has eagerly sought out new winemakers from close-to-home regions like Virginia all the way to the Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc hotspots of New Zealand. Today, Maria's time is split between NYC and Washington DC. She is a Public Relations Consultant who offers her expertise to start-ups and established brands in food and wine. Maria is committed to supporting businesses that share Hispanics in Wine's mission of empowering women and amplifying the voices of the BIPOC, Hispanic, and Latinx communities. To find out more visit: Website: www.hispanicsinwine.com/ Website: www.mariacalvertpr.com/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/hispanicsinwine/ www.instagram.com/mariarcalvert/ Twitter: twitter.com/MariaRCalvert About Lydia Richards: Lydia is a Certified Sommelier from the Sommelier Society of America and holds the WSET Level 3 Advanced Certification; currently a WSET Level 4 Diploma student. Originally from Panama, Lydia's passion for wine began while living in Paris and having the opportunity to travel to multiple French wine regions. After moving to New York, she worked in Marketing and PR for multiple industries before pursuing her dream of becoming a wine evangelist. Lydia worked as a Marketing Manager for the Wine Cellarage, a fine wine online retailer, and founded her private wine consultancy focusing on bilingual (Spanish and English) PR, education, tastings, and events, Vino Concierge, in 2017. She was a Senior Account Executive at Colangelo & Partners, an integrated wine and spirits communications agency, working with their Spanish and South American accounts; and as of January 2021, she is a PR Manager for Taub Family Companies: Palm Bay International & Taub Family Selections. Lydia is also a member of Les Dames d'Escoffier New York, a female collective of industry leaders in food, beverage & hospitality supporting aspiring professional women via education, advocacy & philanthropy. In September 2020, Lydia co-launched an exciting passion project alongside wine colleagues Maria Calvert and Ivonne Nill, called Hispanics in Wine, is a centralized digital hub dedicated to amplifying Hispanic / Latinx roots in the beverage and hospitality industries. To learn more about this guest visit: Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/lrichards16 https://www.taubfamilyselections.com/ https://www.vinoconcierge.wine/ Instagram: @lydia_vinoconcierge To learn more about today's host visit: Facebook: Italian Wines in English Instagram: kiss_my_glassx Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cynthia-chaplin-190647179/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!

EXA FM ECUADOR
El Show de la Papaya - Candidata Luisa Maldonado - 10-01-2023

EXA FM ECUADOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 38:51


Candidata a la alcaldía de Quito, Luisa Maldonado. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/exa-fm-ecuador/message

FM Mundo
NotiMundo - Verónica Carrillo, Propuesta de Campaña Concejalía Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 11:26


NotiMundo - Verónica Carrillo, Propuesta de Campaña Concejalía Quito by FM Mundo 98.1

FM Mundo
NotiMundo - Estefanía Grunauer, Propuesta Quito Norte

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 15:18


NotiMundo - Estefanía Grunauer, Propuesta Quito Norte by FM Mundo 98.1

Entérese con EL COMERCIO
Información al día: Armas en mochilas de estudiantes en colegio de Quito; Jorge Celedón regalará celular a fan de Bad Bunny; entre otros temas

Entérese con EL COMERCIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 2:54


Información al día de EL COMERCIO, Platinum y Radio Quito este viernes 6 de enero de 2023. A continuación las noticias que debes saber: Hallazgo de armas en mochilas de estudiantes en colegio de Quito; Ceniza del volcán Cotopaxi cae este viernes 6 de enero; Germán Cáceres regresará a Quito para pericias investigativas. En Deportes: Barcelona e Independiente del Valle, los clubes con más extranjeros y en Tendencias: Jorge Celedón regalará celular a fan de Bad Bunny. Puedes contactarnos a podcast@elcomercio.com. Gracias por escuchar este podcast.

SONGMESS
Ep. 422 - LaTorre

SONGMESS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 54:05


En este episodio muy especial de Songmess continuamos con nuestra serie ecuatoriana con una hermosa conversación junto a la cantautora Renata Nieto, también conocida como LaTorre. Dándose a conocer con un característico sonido de electropop andino, LaTorre se ha convertido en una de las referentes del alt-pop ecuatoriano, recibiendo elogios de la crítica internacional con su más reciente disco Reencarnaciones (2021). Nuestra conversación con LaTorre abarca sus orígenes musicales, la decisión de abandonar Quito en la pandemia por una vida más tranquila en Ibarra, su relación colaborativa con el productor Xuzu, su conexión a la escena independiente de España, la exploración y adaptación de la música tradicional del Ecuador, y mucho más. Esta es una de las entrevistas claves de nuestra serie ecuatoriana, así que gozenla de lleno! Playlist: LaTorre, Maria Arnali + Marcél Bagés, Juana Aguirre, Mauro Samaniego, Silva Lua. LaTorre Bandcamp: https://raso.bandcamp.com/album/latorre-reencarnaciones LaTorre Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1jiEzyMQwfYcQtp19fwOTZ?si=8AuPL2zpR-CXRO2aovGg1g LaTorre YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLjB0w_w4e3vIlnEJIPQ9RA LaTorre Twitter: https://twitter.com/latorremusica LaTorre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/latorremusica LaTorre Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/___latorre___/ Richard Villegas Instagram: www.instagram.com/rixinyc/?hl=en Songmess Instagram: www.instagram.com/songmess/?hl=es-la Songmess Facebook: www.facebook.com/songmess/?ref=settings Songmess Twitter: twitter.com/songmess Songmess Merch: via DM #BOPS Playlist: open.spotify.com/playlist/2sdavi0…8574f93d798945ce

Sigue a Songmess en Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play o SoundCloud, y encuéntranos en Facebook, Twitter e Instagram, o contáctanos directamente a songmessmusic@gmail.com

FM Mundo
NotiMundo - Jonnathan Carrera y Mónica Sandoval, Ofertas Sur de Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 9:55


NotiMundo - Jonnathan Carrera y Mónica Sandoval, Ofertas Sur de Quito by FM Mundo 98.1

FM Mundo
NotiMundo - Wilson Merino y Renzo Lombeida, Propuesta Consejalía Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 24:02


NotiMundo - Wilson Merino y Renzo Lombeida, Propuesta Consejalía Quito by FM Mundo 98.1

FM Mundo
El Gran Musical - Henry Reyes, Pago del Impuesto Predial en Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 24:57


El Gran Musical - Henrry Reyes, Pago Del Impuesto Predial En Quito

Entérese con EL COMERCIO
Información al día: ¿Quién es Germán Cáceres? El sospechoso del femicidio de María Belén; Lionel Messi ya entrena con el PSG; entre otros temas

Entérese con EL COMERCIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 3:34


Información al día de EL COMERCIO, Platinum y Radio Quito este miércoles 4 de enero de 2023. A continuación las noticias que debes saber: Volcán Cotopaxi registra emisión continua de vapor, gas y ceniza; ¿Quién es Germán Cáceres? El sospechoso del femicidio de María Belén; Metro de Quito habilitará visitas guiadas en trenes desde el 5 de enero. En Deportes: Lionel Messi ya entrena con el PSG y en Tendencias: TikTok realiza tercer despido masivo. Puedes contactarnos a podcast@elcomercio.com. Gracias por escuchar este podcast.

2 Fat Guys Talking Flowers
Ep. 47 - Ringing in the New Year Celebration with Juanita Coloma

2 Fat Guys Talking Flowers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 91:21


Happy New Year!!!We had a lot to celebrate in this special holiday episode as we are ringing in the new year with our very special guest, Juanita Coloma.  Juanita is a long-time member of the Jet Fresh family. Her current titles are Farm Director and Director of International Business for Jet Fresh Flowers and Jet Fresh Flower Growers.  Some of her many duties are to manage the Ecuador team in our Quito office, develop and cultivate new business relationships worldwide, as well as manage our boutique rose farm in Cotopaxi, Ecuador.  She is a critical asset to our family and our company and a very well-respected member of the industry.  Similar to many of the staff in the Miami office being family, many of the employees on our Ecuador side are family of Juanita, including our Farm Captain, and Juanita's husband Carlos Coloma.In this episode, we get into Juanita's path in the industry, our favorite parts of 2022, what we're looking forward to in 2023, and much more!Be sure to submit your questions and guest requests for 2023 to 2FatGuys@jetfreshflowers.com

FM Mundo
El Gran Musical - Letty Andrade, Finaliza el Plazo para la Matriculación Vehicular en Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 21:11


El Gran Musical - Letty Andrade, Finaliza El Plazo Para La Matriculación Vehicular En Quito

B&H Photography Podcast
Fire & Lights and Wild Nights: Jill Waterman's New Year's Eve Project: The B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 37:45


In some locales, the period between Christmas and the New Year is known as the Wild Nights, where mischief reigns in the darkest days of the northern hemisphere. We're digging into this theme for our last show of 2022, in a chat with photographer and producer of this very podcast, Jill Waterman, who has been documenting New Year's Eve traditions and exploits around the globe for the past 38 years. We first spoke with Jill about this project in the two-part show Legacy and Commitment in January 2022. Since she's now a full-fledged member of the podcast team, we thought we'd investigate some of her more memorable experiences a bit further. Jill is still shooting this series primarily with film, so our conversation ranges from the whys and wherefores of making that choice, to how the growth of the Internet became an essential research tool in the lead up to the Millennium and beyond. We also shed light on the elusive Austrian Perchten and Bulgarian Kukeri, and discuss parading Philadelphia Mummers, Bahamian Junkanoo figures, and Cape Town, South Africa's legendary Minstrel Parade. To learn about the most rewarding aspect of Jill's project and find out where she'll be ringing in New Year's Eve 2023, pull up a seat, pop some bubbly and listen in! Guest: Jill Waterman Photos © Jill Waterman Episode Timeline 2:35: The beginnings of the New Year's Eve Project 4:28: Evolution of the project and approach over time 5:34: Shooting black and white film instead of monochrome digital captures 8:12: Opportunities of the Millennium 9:04: The growth of the Internet as a research tool and discovering locations for New Year's Eve rituals 10:00: Documenting “Perchtenlaufs” in Austria during the Wild Nights 10:59: Common themes in different cultures: Mummer's Parade in Philadelphia; Junkanoo in Nassau, Bahamas; and the Minstrel Parade in Cape Town, South Africa 14:48: The spread of oral New Year's traditions and rituals: Burning Effigies and New Year's Widows in Quito, Ecuador 16:32: Bulgarian Kukeri and New Year's parade to scare away evil spirits in Razlog 17:28: Advance planning before arrival and proceeding with boots on the ground 18:46: The value of spontaneity and capturing action in the moment 19:58: Working through anxiety, emotional spikes, and physical challenges 21:09: Assessing coverage and reviewing images after the fact 22:12: Underwhelming celebrations, and New Year's Eve during COVID lockdown 25:50: Episode break 26:35: Jill's analog camera kit: Nikon F3 HP, a 35-70 mm f/2.8 zoom and 24 mm f/2.8 prime lenses 27:45: Black and white films used—Ilford HP5, Delta 400, FP4, Delta 100—and diluted development to minimize contrast 29:23: The most rewarding aspect of the New Year's Eve Project 30:41: Working through language differences and being open to communication 32:15: Experiencing the Pied Piper syndrome 32:45: Big crowds and safety issues on New Year's Eve 35:36: This year's destination, recent New York Foundation for the Arts award, and project links Guest Bio: Born and raised in Massachusetts, Jill Waterman has been based in New York since 1985. Her personal work is centered in long-term photo projects, such as the ongoing New Year's Eve Project and other aspects of her focus on night photography. Her photographs have been exhibited internationally and widely featured in press and media. Highlights include a 1997 arts documentary for Deutsche Welle TV in Berlin, Germany; a 2003 Today Show interview with Katie Couric; and a 2015 documentary for the web TV show Culture Connect. Waterman's first book, the technical volume Night and Low Light Photography, was released by Amphoto books in August 2008. Her professional background includes a past career in image licensing, editorial positions in custom publishing, and her current role as creative producer for the B&H Photography Podcast. Stay Connected: New Year's Eve Project Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLqZ_PIEugA New Year's Project Silvester Stories NFT: https://opensea.io/collection/silvester-stories Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nightpix/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jill.waterman  

FM Mundo
El Gran Musical - Fernando Carrión, Incongruencias en el Metro de Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 14:05


El Gran Musical - Fernando Carrión, Incongruencias En El Metro De Quito

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Announcing Vida Plena: the first Latin American organization incubated by Charity Entrepreneurship by Joy Bittner

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 18:03


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: Announcing Vida Plena: the first Latin American organization incubated by Charity Entrepreneurship, published by Joy Bittner on December 26, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Vida Plena (meaning ‘a flourishing life' in Spanish) is a new nonprofit organization based in Quito, Ecuador. Our mission is to build strong mental health in low-income and refugee communities, who otherwise would have no access to care. We provide evidence-based depression treatment which is highly cost-effective and scalable. In this post, we: Share how we got started Make the case for why you should care about mental health Demonstrate the evidence base for the solution we are using Hope to make you really excited about Vida Plena's goals and upcoming plans We are proud to highlight that Vida Plena completed the 2022 Charity Entrepreneurship (CE) Incubator program, making it the first CE-incubated organization to operate in Latin America. We (myself, Joy Bittner and my co-founder, Anita Kaslin) are exceptionally grateful for their on-going support and for the network of seed funders who are making this work possible. We are also excited to contribute to the EA community locally, as Vida Plena is one of the very first EA-aligned organizations implementing within Latin America. For the very effective altruist, a TLDR summary: The problem: The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 5% of people in Latin America have depression, however, a lack of prioritization means that more than 3 out of 4 people in Latin America go untreated. Ecuador, in particular, has some of the highest rates of depression in the region: causing 8.3% of the total years lived with disability (YLD). The solution: Vida Plena's intervention is based on an evidence-based therapy which is recommended by the WHO as a first-line treatment for depression in low-income settings (WHO, 2020). This program is highly cost-effective as it is delivered by non-specialist community members, which a systematic review of 27 studies found that non-specialists can effectively administer therapy. How you can know this will be impactful: We are replicating a proven program model. The nonprofit organization StrongMinds, operating in Uganda, has treated 150,000 people using the same model of therapy and 85% of people in their program saw significant reductions in their depression. This success has led StrongMinds to be recommended by Founders Pledge (Halstead, 2019) and is the Happier Lives Institute's top recommendation (HLI, 2022). Despite an extensive body of evidence demonstrating the effectiveness and impact, Vida Plena is the first to introduce this model to Latin America. Current status: we have certified 10 local community facilitators and are currently running a pilot program with 10 support groups. We're looking forward to sharing the results of the pilot early 2023, but we estimate when fully optional, 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 (see our full predictive CEA here). How you can help: Stay in touch and spread the word: generous introductions and people sharing time-sensitive information have made all this possible. sign-up to stay in touch here so we can send you news about what's happening and ways you can help Support us financially: we plan to treat almost 3,000 people in 2023, but have yet to secure the full funding to do so. We would be so grateful if you decide to donate or email us at joy@vidaplena.global Section 1: How Vida Plena got started True story - I started Vida Plena because I saw a Facebook post. Specifically, I saw a post about a new type of mental health program being run by local ‘grandmas' in Africa. And the more I read through the multiple published studies demonstr...

Weave Your Bliss
82: Modern Medicine Woman Magic with Adela Bustamante

Weave Your Bliss

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 47:12


Today's episode is a bright, uplifting conversation about ancestry, finding purpose, overcoming trauma, the power of nature and plant medicine, and so much more. You don't want to miss it, so I hope you'll join us now!Adela Bustamante is an Ayurvedic practitioner and wellness coach living in Los Angeles, CA, although she was born and raised in Quito, Ecuador. She defines her practices as being a cultural bridge that focuses on the interconnectedness of all things. She describes herself as a Modern Medicine Woman and Wisdom Keeper. This episode is full of fun and information about plant medicine, cultural appropriation, and how she combines Ayurveda and plant medicine. Show Highlights:An overview of Adela's journey to becoming a Modern Medicine WomanHow Adela's background left her feeling torn between two different worlds of spiritualityWhy 1994 and the anniversary of colonization became a pivotal time for AdelaWhy “transformation through crisis” became a theme of Adela's life and led her to yoga and AyurvedaHow Adela realized that Ayurveda fit perfectly with her lineage and the heritage of her people, being rooted in ritual, nature, empowerment, self-inquiry, and healingWhat Adela's chart shows about her teaching, leading, and the full expression of what she has learnedHow Ayurveda has helped Adela ground herself and find structure and awarenessHow Adela merges Ayurveda and the Andean cosmovision in her work with clients, especially around trauma and trusting the healing processWhat to expect on one of Adela's retreatsWhat Adela is seeing as the results of combining microdosing and Ayurveda to help with many issuesHow cultural appropriation and plant medicine are related in Adela's work and in the world todayWhy we each need to learn about our ancestral lineages and create relationships with plantsWhat it means to Adela to live in her purposeHear Adela's answers to rapid-fire questions about helpful advice, grounding habits, favorite hot beverage, last meal on earth, morning routine, an inspiring person, something people might not know about her, what she's reading right now, and what's bringing her joy right now.Resources and Links:Connect with Adela: Website (Find info about Adela's retreats, resources, and sign up for her newsletter.) and InstagramBooks mentioned by Adela: The Myth of Normal by Gabor Maté, It Didn't Start With You by Mark Wolynn, and The Teachings of Don Juan by Carlos CastenadaPlan your 2023 schedule according to astrology! Get your copy of the 2023 Astrology Guidebook for my hand-picked lay-low and auspicious dates, all of the new and full moons and their placements, and more – and drop it right into your Google calendar.Join the Weave Your Bliss newsletter for exclusive Resonance Love Letters– sign up hereCheck out my mini-course, The Planets, and Your Business:

Castigo Divino
Castigo Divino: Jorge Yunda

Castigo Divino

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 75:20


Luis Eduardo entrevista a Jorge Yunda, candidato a la alcaldía de Quito.

Hechos Ecuador
Ciudadanos que se concentraron en la Embajada de Perú, en Quito, exigieron la restitución de Pedro C

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 5:31


Ciudadanos que se concentraron en la Embajada de Perú, en Quito, exigieron la restitución de Pedro C --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

New Books in African American Studies
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books in Critical Theory
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in History
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Australian and New Zealand Studies
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books in Australian and New Zealand Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/australian-and-new-zealand-studies

Noticias de América
Ecuador negocia con Estados Unidos, cierra acuerdos con China

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 2:02


Desde hace 10 meses Ecuador asegura tener “prácticamente cerrado” un acuerdo de libre comercio con China. Lograr un tratado similar y comprometer a los Estados Unidos a pagar su parte en la lucha contra el narcotráfico, fueron los temas por los que viajó este lunes el presidente ecuatoriano Guillermo Lasso a Washington. A simple vista puede ser complejo negociar con China y Estados Unidos al mismo tiempo, dada la rivalidad de las dos potencias. Este lunes los presidentes de Estados Unidos y Ecuador, Joe Biden y Guillermo Lasso, se reunieron en la Casa Blanca para hablar de "seguridad y asociación económica" bilateral.  La lucha contra el crimen relacionado con el narcotráfico se ha saldado con cientos de muertos y llevó en noviembre a declarar el estado de excepción en parte del territorio nacional. Por ello, una de las peticiones de Ecuador fue que los Estados Unidos comparta el costo de la lucha contra el narcotráfico. Y mientras con este país mantiene negociaciones, Ecuador asegura tener acuerdos cerrados con China.  “Esto podría ser contradictorio", considera Marcos Romero, economista y doctor en relaciones internacionales de la Universidad Andina Simón Bolivar de Quito. “Me parece que eso hace relación al mimo pragmatismo que [Ecuador] mantuvo en el tema relacionado con las vacunas, pues recibió cantidades masivas de vacunas de China y también de los Estados Unidos. Compro también muchísimas vacunas de ambos lados”. Además, una de las prioridades de la visita de Lasso fue buscar apoyo económico para evitar los crímenes vinculados a los narcotraficantes que pelean por el control del tráfico de droga en las calles, algunos desde las cárceles. De acuerdo con el presidente ecuatoriano, Estados Unidos tiene que pagar su factura, pues se trata de un “crimen organizado transnacional”. "Creo yo que es justo compartir la factura", dijo el mandatario a periodistas en el puerto de Guayaquil, poco antes de partir a Washington. "Si bien es cierto (que) la confrontación, la batalla se realiza aquí, en el Ecuador, los beneficiarios no son solo los jóvenes y niños ecuatorianos sino también jóvenes y niños de Estados Unidos", añadió. “Ecuador indudablemente ha ganado importancia como un centro de tránsito de la droga, y como espacio de lavado también. En consecuencia, la política restrictiva que sigue prevaleciendo en los Estados Unidos se quiere reforzar [en] Ecuador, y bajo un alineamiento directo a las estrategias norteamericanas”, sostiene el académico ecuatoriano Marcos Romero. Para lograr dicho objetivo, Ecuador calcula que necesita unos 5 mil millones de dólares. No obstante, en el comunicado emitido por la Casa Blanca no hay ningún rastro de cifras multimillonarias para la lucha contra el crimen organizado transnacional: Biden se comprometió a desembolsar 13,5 millones de dólares para préstamos de microfinanzas, incluidas empresas dirigidas por mujeres, cinco millones contra la desnutrición infantil y otros 20 millones para ayudar a reducir las emisiones de carbono.

New Books Network
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Noticias de América
Ecuador negocia con Estados Unidos, cierra acuerdos con China

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 2:02


Desde hace 10 meses Ecuador asegura tener “prácticamente cerrado” un acuerdo de libre comercio con China. Lograr un tratado similar y comprometer a los Estados Unidos a pagar su parte en la lucha contra el narcotráfico, fueron los temas por los que viajó este lunes el presidente ecuatoriano Guillermo Lasso a Washington. A simple vista puede ser complejo negociar con China y Estados Unidos al mismo tiempo, dada la rivalidad de las dos potencias. Este lunes los presidentes de Estados Unidos y Ecuador, Joe Biden y Guillermo Lasso, se reunieron en la Casa Blanca para hablar de "seguridad y asociación económica" bilateral.  La lucha contra el crimen relacionado con el narcotráfico se ha saldado con cientos de muertos y llevó en noviembre a declarar el estado de excepción en parte del territorio nacional. Por ello, una de las peticiones de Ecuador fue que los Estados Unidos comparta el costo de la lucha contra el narcotráfico. Y mientras con este país mantiene negociaciones, Ecuador asegura tener acuerdos cerrados con China.  “Esto podría ser contradictorio", considera Marcos Romero, economista y doctor en relaciones internacionales de la Universidad Andina Simón Bolivar de Quito. “Me parece que eso hace relación al mimo pragmatismo que [Ecuador] mantuvo en el tema relacionado con las vacunas, pues recibió cantidades masivas de vacunas de China y también de los Estados Unidos. Compro también muchísimas vacunas de ambos lados”. Además, una de las prioridades de la visita de Lasso fue buscar apoyo económico para evitar los crímenes vinculados a los narcotraficantes que pelean por el control del tráfico de droga en las calles, algunos desde las cárceles. De acuerdo con el presidente ecuatoriano, Estados Unidos tiene que pagar su factura, pues se trata de un “crimen organizado transnacional”. "Creo yo que es justo compartir la factura", dijo el mandatario a periodistas en el puerto de Guayaquil, poco antes de partir a Washington. "Si bien es cierto (que) la confrontación, la batalla se realiza aquí, en el Ecuador, los beneficiarios no son solo los jóvenes y niños ecuatorianos sino también jóvenes y niños de Estados Unidos", añadió. “Ecuador indudablemente ha ganado importancia como un centro de tránsito de la droga, y como espacio de lavado también. En consecuencia, la política restrictiva que sigue prevaleciendo en los Estados Unidos se quiere reforzar [en] Ecuador, y bajo un alineamiento directo a las estrategias norteamericanas”, sostiene el académico ecuatoriano Marcos Romero. Para lograr dicho objetivo, Ecuador calcula que necesita unos 5 mil millones de dólares. No obstante, en el comunicado emitido por la Casa Blanca no hay ningún rastro de cifras multimillonarias para la lucha contra el crimen organizado transnacional: Biden se comprometió a desembolsar 13,5 millones de dólares para préstamos de microfinanzas, incluidas empresas dirigidas por mujeres, cinco millones contra la desnutrición infantil y otros 20 millones para ayudar a reducir las emisiones de carbono.

Hechos Ecuador
Estudiantes universitarios protestaron en Quito por reducción a presupuesto de educación superior

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 5:28


Estudiantes universitarios protestaron en Quito por reducción a presupuesto de educación superior --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Hechos Ecuador
El Metro de Quito sí abrirá el 21 de diciembre para tomarse una “selfie” y no para movilizarse

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 5:51


El Metro de Quito sí abrirá el 21 de diciembre para tomarse una “selfie” y no para movilizarse --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Born in the Eighties
Born in the Eighties 469: Viva Ecuador!

Born in the Eighties

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 106:52


Man, maybe we should move to Ecuador huh?  I mean, the plumbing is shit, but you know how much we love a bidet!  Twitter continues to implode, and we have a post elections breakdown of how crappy our country will be for the next 2 years. Hooray!

America's Roundtable
A Conversation with Professor Steve Hanke | Analysis of U.S. Midterm Elections | Misery Index | US Miltary Aid to Ukraine — Addressing Corruption

America's Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 31:39


Join America's Roundtable (https://americasrt.com/) Radio co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy in a conversation with Steve H. Hanke, a top economist and leading monetarist. Dr. Steve Hanke provides an analysis of midterm elections, an update on America's economy, and raises concerns about the prolonged Ukraine - Russia conflict as the West's economic sanctions fail to bring an end to the war on the European continent. Dr. Hanke has been a strong critic of corruption in Ukraine and recent reports that he highlights raise red flags that US weapons are making its way to the black market. On America's Roundtable, principled leaders have called for greater oversight on how US taxpayer aid is being used in Ukraine and within NATO's Eastern European countries mired in corruption. Professor Hanke also discusses the Misery Index, and "why it is essential for policy-makers to have a read of their constituents' well-being, as viewed through the lens of economic statistics." Report: Hanke's 2021 Misery Index: Who's Miserable and Who's Happy? (https://www.nationalreview.com/2022/03/hankes-2021-misery-index-whos-miserable-and-whos-happy/) Hanke's Annual Misery Index (HAMI). What is it — and how should we conceive of man's well-being? The human condition lies on a vast spectrum between “miserable” and “happy.” In the economic sphere, misery tends to flow from high inflation, steep borrowing costs, and unemployment. The surefire way to mitigate that misery is through economic growth. Comparing countries' metrics can tell us a lot about where in the world people are sad or happy. HAMI gives us the answers. My version of the misery index is the sum of the year-end unemployment, inflation, and bank-lending rates, minus the annual percentage change in real GDP per capita. Higher readings on the first three elements are “bad” and make people more miserable. These “bads” are offset by a “good” (real GDP per capita growth), which is subtracted from the sum of the bads to yield a HAMI score. Bio: Dr. Steve H. Hanke Steve H. Hanke is a professor of applied economics and founder and codirector of the Institute for Applied Economics, Global Health, and the Study of Business Enterprise at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Dr. Steve Hanke served as special counselor to the Center for Financial Stability in New York. Hanke is also a contributing editor at Central Banking in London and a contributor at National Review. In addition, Hanke is a member of the Charter Council of the Society for Economic Measurement and of the Euromoney Country Risk's Experts Panel. In the past, Hanke taught economics at the Colorado School of Mines and at the University of California, Berkeley. He served as a member of the Governor's Council of Economic Advisers in Maryland in 1976– 77, as a senior economist on President Reagan's Council of Economic Advisers in 1981–82, and as a senior adviser to the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress in 1984–88. Hanke served as a state counselor to both the Republic of Lithuania in 1994–96 and the Republic of Montenegro in 1999–2003. He was also an adviser to the presidents of Bulgaria in 1997–2002, Venezuela in 1995–96, and Indonesia in 1998. He played an important role in establishing new currency regimes in Argentina, Estonia, Bulgaria, Bosnia‐​Herzegovina, Ecuador, Lithuania, and Montenegro. Hanke has also held senior appointments in the governments of many other countries, including Albania, Kazakhstan, the United Arab Emirates, and Yugoslavia. Hanke has been awarded honorary doctorate degrees by the Universidad San Francisco de Quito (2003), the Free University of Tbilisi (2010), Istanbul Kültür University (2012), the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (2013), Varna Free University (2015), the Universität Liechtenstein (2017), and the D.A. Tsenov Academy of Economics (2018) in recognition of his scholarship on exchange‐​rate regimes. He is a distinguished associate of the International Atlantic Economic Society, a distinguished professor at the Universitas Pelita Harapan in Jakarta, Indonesia, a professor asociado (the highest honor awarded to international experts of acknowledged competence) at the Universidad del Azuay in Cuenca, Ecuador, and a profesor visitante at the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (the UPC's highest academic honor). In 1998, he was named one of the 25 most influential people in the world by World Trade Magazine. In 2020, Hanke was named a Knight of the Order of the Flag. Hanke is a well‐​known currency and commodity trader. Currently, he serves as chairman of the Supervisory Board of Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V. in Amsterdam and chairman emeritus of the Friedberg Mercantile Group Inc. in Toronto. During the 1990s, he served as president of Toronto Trust Argentina in Buenos Aires, the world's best‐​performing emerging market mutual fund in 1995. Hanke's most recent books are Currency Boards: Volume 1. Theory and Policy (2020), Currency Boards: Volume 2. Studies on Selected European Countries (2020), Currency Boards for Developing Countries: A Handbook (2021), Public Debt Sustainability: International Perspectives (2022), and The Hong Kong Linked Rate Mechanism: Monetary Lessons for Economic Development (2022). americasrt.com (https://americasrt.com/) https://ileaderssummit.org/ | https://jerusalemleaderssummit.com/ America's Roundtable on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/americas-roundtable/id1518878472 Twitter: @steve_hanke @ileaderssummit @AmericasRT @NatashaSrdoc @JoelAnandUSA @supertalk America's Roundtable is co-hosted by Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy, co-founders of International Leaders Summit and the Jerusalem Leaders Summit. America's Roundtable (https://americasrt.com/) radio program - a strategic initiative of International Leaders Summit, focuses on America's economy, healthcare reform, rule of law, security and trade, and its strategic partnership with rule of law nations around the world. The radio program features high-ranking US administration officials, cabinet members, members of Congress, state government officials, distinguished diplomats, business and media leaders and influential thinkers from around the world. Tune into America's Roundtable Radio program from Washington, DC via live streaming on Saturday mornings via 65 radio stations at 7:30 A.M. (ET) on Lanser Broadcasting Corporation covering the Michigan and the Midwest market, and at 7:30 A.M. (CT) on SuperTalk Mississippi — SuperTalk.FM reaching listeners in every county within the State of Mississippi, and neighboring states in the South including Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Tennessee. Listen to America's Roundtable on digital platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon, Google and other key online platforms. Listen live, Saturdays at 7:30 A.M. (CT) on SuperTalk | https://www.supertalk.fm

Castigo Divino
Castigo Divino: Pablo Ponce

Castigo Divino

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 72:48


Luego de la barajada que le hicieron a Inty Gronneberg como candidato a la alcaldía de Quito, la Izquierda Democrática ahora sí tiene candidato y es Pablo Ponce. ¿Quién es?, ¿traerá a Bad Bunny si llega a dirigir la capital?, pronto lo sabrás en el Castigo Divino.

FM Mundo
NotiMundo - Fernando Sancho, Deficiencias Metro de Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 11:24


NotiMundo - Fernando Sancho, Deficiencias Metro de Quito by FM Mundo 98.1

FM Mundo
Café Fm Mundo - Alegría Donoso, Cosas que No Sabías de Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 11:31


Café Fm Mundo - Alegría Donoso, Cosas que No Sabías de Quito by FM Mundo 98.1

Our Mission Path
Happy Birthday Quito!

Our Mission Path

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 4:04


Now while Paul was waiting for them at Athens, his spirit was being provoked within him as he was observing …

FM Mundo
El Gran Musical - César Peñaherrera, Marenostrum Enciende las Fiestas de Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 12:08


El Gran Musical - César Peñaherrera, MarenostruM Enciende Las Fiestas De Quito

FM Mundo
Mundo Express - Nelson Maldonado, Tradiciones y Leyendas de Quito

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 12:20


Mundo Express - Nelson Maldonado, Tradiciones y Leyendas de Quito by FM Mundo 98.1

Noticentro
Infonavit informó que los créditos denominados en Veces Salario Mínimo tendrán un incremento en el saldo de la deuda

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 1:44


Infonavit informó que los créditos denominados en Veces Salario Mínimo tendrán un incremento en el saldo de la deudaInforma el Banxico que en octubre las remesas se ubicaron en 5 mil 360 millones de dólaresSujetos a bordo de una motocicleta ejecutaron al director de la cárcel El Inca, de Quito, EcuadorMás información en nuestro podcast

The Mane Land: for Orlando City SC fans
PawedCast Episode 318: Orlando City Off-Season Moves, the USMNT at the World Cup and More

The Mane Land: for Orlando City SC fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 69:58


After a week off for the Thanksgiving holiday, we are back and ready to talk about some Orlando City news. We would also be happy to talk about some Orlando Pride news, but there hasn't been much of that. So, we've got some moves by the club to discuss this week. We start with the addition of midfielder Felipe Martins, who was most recently with Austin FC and has had success elsewhere in his MLS career — particularly with the New York Red Bulls. We opine on the move overall, where Martins fits in with the Lions, and how the midfield is shaping up. Speaking of the midfield, Orlando City re-signed captain Mauricio Pereyra to a new two-year contract and he's no longer occupying a Designated Player slot, so that's a bonus. Mauri has been a good player for the club and it'll be good to have him around for a couple more years and it'll be even better if he's got a top-notch new DP to feed the ball to in 2023 and 2024. There was also a departure, albeit an expected one and not one that affects the roster as it stood at the end of the season. Alexander Alvarado's loan to LDU de Quito is now permanent and the winger is no longer on Orlando City's books. We wish Alexander the best of luck in Ecuador. The World Cup group stage is wrapping up and the United States Men's National Team is moving on into the Round of 16! We discuss the young Yanks' World Cup performances so far. It's encouraging to see a young team doing well on the big stage and although we'd obviously love to see the USMNT go as far as possible, we're more excited about the prospect of these guys being in their prime when the event is hosted in North America in 2026. This week's mailbag asked us who our favorite USMNT player is and what Orlando City needs to do this off-season. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Programming Note: We are in our monthly off-season schedule for recording new episodes, but if the news cycle warrants it, we will of course put out new shows more frequently, as needed. In other words, we might be back in a week or a month. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 318 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City's off-season is in full swing and the team has been making moves. We talked about those that have been made and those still yet to come. 19:53 - The USMNT is through the group without having conceded from open play and without having tasted defeat. Those are good things, but this team still has another gear and we hope the Yanks can find it. 51:43 - Mailbagbox time! USMNT favorites and Orlando City's needs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

New Visionary Podcast
13. Investing in Yourself & Finding Your Art Tribe with Paulina Ree

New Visionary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 46:49


Join us for an inspirational conversation with Paulina Ree, an artist and entrepreneur based in Oslo, Norway. While pursuing her own art career, Paulina founded a powerful art community known as Female Artists Oslo. This organization provides women artists with opportunities to connect and share their work globally.1. Paulina's journey as an artist, from relocating to the United States from Ecuador as a teenager, to taking classes at FIT and eventually moving to Oslo, Norway where she currently lives and works.2. What led Paulina to focus on portraiture, mental health, family, and motherhood in her work, and her personal connection to these themes.3. The importance of joining an artist community and getting clear on your goals hint: both are essential to your growth as a creative individual!) 4. The reasons why Paulina launched Female Artists Oslo, an organization that provides opportunities for women artists living and working in Oslo, Norway. About Paulina Ree:Paulina Ree was born in Quito, Ecuador in 1981. She moved to New Jersey, United States at the age of fifteen, and then went on to graduate with a degree in Economics from Boston College in 2006. Upon moving to London, United Kingdom, she worked as a paralegal and studied to earn a Law degree from the College of Law in 2012. In 2011 she moved to Oslo, Norway where she currently resides with her husband and three daughters. Paulina participated in an artist Critique Group with the Artist Mother Podcast program in 2020, which she is still involved in. Additionally, she is continually developing her art practice and has trained under Carl-Martin Sandvold. Paulina is a member of Artist Mums United, Spilt Milk, Thrive Together Network, Art She Says and The Art Queens Society. Paulina is the founder of Female Artists Oslo and Female Artists Nordic. Follow Paulina Ree on Instagram: @adiosalasfresas + @femaleartistsoslo Website: paulinareeartist.com +  femaleartistsoslo.com Visit our website: visionaryartcollective.com Join our newsletter: visionaryartcollective.com/newsletter Follow us on Instagram: @visionaryartcollective + @newvisionarymag

A History of the Inca
Ep. 54: Cooperation & Resistance

A History of the Inca

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 23:11


In this episode we see how killing Atahualpa didn't necessarily have the desired affect the Spanish had hoped for. We also take a look at the fight over Quito between the Inca and Spanish and…Spanish v. Spanish…and Inca v. Inca…If you'd like to support the show monetarily please click the following link: https://www.patreon.com/incapodcast. And thank you!Please follow the show on Twitter @Incapodcast, find us on our Facebook page: A History of the Inca or check out our website: http://ahistoryoftheinca.wordpress.com.Intro/Exit music by: Kalx aka Kaliran: Andean Lounge, Scream of the DevilTransition music by: Kike Pinto

Live Different Podcast: Business | Travel | Health | Performance
This Week in Travel News 1: Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Real ID, Best in Travel 2023

Live Different Podcast: Business | Travel | Health | Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 13:04


This Week in Travel News episode 1 on The Millennial Travel Podcast with Matt Wilson: Happy Cyber Week Millennial Travel Podcast listeners! A big part of my job as CEO of Under30Experiences is reading the travel news and analyzing where the industry is going, so I'm here to bring you all the top stories. Updates from Under30Experiences:  -Over30Experiences launch! Group travel in your 30s and 40s! -Digital Nomad Trips! 2-4 week co-working adventures. Let's kick it off with Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals... - Afar Media had Your Ultimate Guide to Black Friday and Cyber Monday Travel Deals  -

Luis Palau Responde
¿Cómo me quito estos temores? 2 / 2

Luis Palau Responde

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 4:31


Programa ¿Cómo me quito estos temores? 2 / 2 de Luis Palau Responde

Castigo Divino
Castigo Divino: Natasha Rojas

Castigo Divino

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 60:23


Luis Eduardo entrevista a la candidata a la alcaldía de Quito, Natasha Rojas.

Energy Policy Now
COP27 Dispatch: As Climate Impacts Grow, Cities Explore Paths to Adaptation

Energy Policy Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 19:39


Three experts on cities discuss the efforts of urban communities to navigate climate change. --- Experts from the University of Pennsylvania are on the ground at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. In this special series from Energy Policy Now, they share their observations from the global climate conference and insights into key issues under negotiation. Eugenie Birch, Bill Burke-White, and Mauricio Rodas of the University of Pennsylvania explore the challenges that climate change, and effects ranging from extreme heat to flooding, present to cities in an era of rapid urbanization. They also discuss how cities are acting in concert to address climate impacts. Eugenie Birch is the Lawrence C. Nussdorf Chair of Urban Research and Education at the University of Pennsylvania's Weitzman School of Design. Her recent work focuses on global urbanization. Bill Burke-White is a Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School and an expert on U.S. foreign policy, multilateral institutions, and international law. Mauricio Rodas is a Visiting Fellow with the University of Pennsylvania's Perry World House. From 2014 to 2019 he was the mayor of Quito, Ecuador.   Energy Policy Now is produced by The Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania. For all things energy policy, visit kleinmanenergy.upenn.eduSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.