34 Burst results for "Oaxaca"

A conversation on healing justice with Grisanti Avendao

The Social Work Routes Podcast

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

A conversation on healing justice with Grisanti Avendao

"To welcome through something of in daniel a social justice organizer and activist from fresno california. Welcome greece something. Hide think with me. It's a pleasure. How about if we start if you tell us a little bit about who you are and where you came from for our international audience great. Yeah definitely do that. So my story really begins in The obno- in oaxaca called escalate lama. So that is where my people are from. Where my ancestors from and so we actually migrated to the united states. When i was five my sister was seven and we were traveling to the united states to really come reunify with my mom who had run from oaxaca because of like domestic violence and when she arrived here actually that domestic violence followed her and so two years later. She requested that that we also come so. That's kind of how we arrived here in france nine. I've been here. I ever since my my journey to social justice was really at a personal level so Back in twenty twelve. We we were really fighting to to save the deportation of a lot of our neighbors. So during that time there was a lot of ice rates that were happening Particularly in my neighborhood which is what was at that time south. No and there's just like every time there was just like a lot of ice rates so if someone went to go pick up a peak so or go get brad sometime next thing you know. They would call us and they would tell us. Hey i've been detained and deported So that was kind of like my upbringing

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"oaxaca" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on Latino USA

"Go to the hospital. Things aren't looking good. They drive to the hospital the pass through the Cova checks and are able to enter the room with just enough time to talk to my uncle. Everyone's crying. Everyone is saying their goodbyes. He's gone. Go by. And feeling creeps inside. A feeling of helplessness. What's going to happen my wakes up? What's she going to say when she realizes amount uncle passed away? Can She handle it? Find the answers to those questions. Eleven by. An APP. Away. Peacefully To complications. With the criminal virus. We can keep postponing telling my grandparents. My Dad. My mom and I drove to the house at the center of Chicago to tell them in person. By the time I got to the neighborhood. My GRANDPA had just gotten off the phone with my cousins they had broken in new SAM. And he had already told my grandma. They received the news calmly. But other than any one of US expected. My GRANDPA cried..

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"oaxaca" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Was where everything was happening every night. There was always some live music in the so Clo- in the Gazebo or. It was always something happening there. So that's that is a change over the years since I haven't been there in I. Don't know ten years probably. Well, there's definitely there's uncle is very important and there are lots of events there. There are often concerts there or dancing. It's just a little bit different I don't really know how to explain it but there are two different meeting points that. are both very important, but the area around south of the Mingo is kind of increasing in the activity. There's been a lot of concerts now just on the side of Santo. Domingo, there's a little Cayenne hone that they are putting up stage often and doing concerts. So I don't know maybe it's kind of equal importance. It's hard to say that put both both are central places for activities. Activities, kind of go back and forth between the two. Well, and the other thing I would say about senator go is. I wouldn't say the church was understated in the interior now. Definitely heads to Rococo or over the top gilded. Yeah. It's an interesting display especially since it used to be an old convent. A little audits Baroque though. Yes. And it's also a big spot for weddings these days with people who have the means to do that. So that's kind of another reason why it's become a hotspot because a lot of the Clinton `as which I'll talk about leader are starting or ending there. So, if you're looking for Glendow, seek can kind of the best-placed start who next this Oh clo- as we just mentioned is the other most important. But. It's so Zocalo Essential Square in Mexico and in Lusaka and the Cathedral is there. So that's obviously a very important church visit and there are always events and street vendors and people watching tourists, locals. It's definitely a hub for action and a good place to start or end your your walk around the central. Lots of other really beautiful important churches all around the city. There's many of them. One of the other ones I would say is less solid and it's a basilica and it has this kind of beautiful plaza in front with steps that act as kind of an amphitheater Rican set and a lot of events take place there, and it's also wrestle ad is the patron saint of Oaxaca. So it's important place for locals. Okay. The basilica of Our Lady of. Soledad? Yes. New. Westwood. Senior. Desolate got. So besides that another really important saying to Mohawk to visit markets the two main markets in the Centro, are opening the warez and that they didn't know vm date and those are both great for different reasons but they're right next to each other so you can visit both very easily Beneath, the waters market is more for shopping. It's kind of a typical market with produce fresh veggies, fruit cheese Moscow, Brad, the malaise, and also artisan work. So it's a good place to wander around and taste some things and do some shopping and then next door invented in. So the twentieth of November which is African Day in Mexican. History. Independence. Day or any. Day that is more of a prepared foods market for the most part. So it's a great place to go to try some of the traditional foods that are really important here, which I'll get into soon. Okay. As long as you promise me that you'll talk about Carney. Assad and in that particular market, we're good. I haven't had that my list of. Always on my suggestions. That market we'll talk talk about that. Yeah, and then there's a couple really beautiful neighborhoods adjoining the centro called such milk and hot laco. They're both historic neighborhoods with cobblestone streets..

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"oaxaca" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:25 min | 8 months ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"I'd like to welcome to the show Susan met Naski from Brooklyn, , tropical E. dot com, , and that's tropical with an I at the end but a put a link to that in the show notes Susan Welcome to the show. . Thank you. . Thank you so much for having and Susan. . You're coming on the show to talk about one of my favorite places in Mexico. . Of course, , I haven't been every place Oaxaca. . and. . Why are you talking about Wocka? ? Well, , it is also one of my favorite places. . It's actually my favorite place because I now live here after I think my first trip was in two, , thousand, , fifteen and. . I just kept coming back and back for months at a time, , and then finally I had been traveling fulltime for awhile I'm a travel blogger and when I was just ready to settle down, , this was the place that was at the very top of my list. . Excellent. . Well, , and I understood after reaching out to Susan that she was a longtime listener, , the show which is always fun to hear it is a big honor for me to be on this show when there was a time many years ago I wasn't able to really travel, , and this was my constant source of inspiration. . I cannot imagine a time not be able to travel except of course now but right. . Excellent and why should someone go to Hakka? ? So I think that the thing about Oaxaca really. . So special and is not often matched in other places is that it's so dynamic. . There is such a depth and breadth of things to do and learn and taste and understand here. . It's so easy to fill a week itinerary full of all these things and not just one type of thing but a huge variety of things. . So there's incredible culture here. . There's history. . An Amazing Food and mess calcined beautiful nature artisan work. . So there's really something for everyone and It's just such a dynamic place to learn over of everything excellent. . What kind of Tannery or are you going to recommend for us where we're GONNA start so? ? Worked on this a lot of years there because as I say, , there's so much to do and I actually hear over and over again that people come here they plan a long weekend trip and they pair it with Mexico City or the coast or other places in Mexico and. . On their first or second day they're already planning a return trip because they realize immediately that there's just such a huge amount of things to do. . It's such a beautiful place such a compelling place. . So I've come up with a seven day itinerary that I think is really a nice balance of all these different aspects, , the nature and the culture and history in the food and artisan work and I. . think that's a great way to have your first trip to a Hakka to have a little bit of a balance of all the things and learn a little of everything and. . WELL ROUNDED PERSPECTIVE OF OAXACA Going Day one. . Well so I have this kind of divided by Oaxaca city and then day trips and I think that one way people go wrong is they don't necessarily know that the day trips and and the villages and the nature sites archaeological sites outside the city the number of things to do outside of the city is equal or more than within the city. . So. . I think that the best way to kind of approach your race to think of it more or less than a fifty fifty way that maybe you're going to be doing day trips about as many days as you will be just strictly inside the. . So I I'd like to just kind of talk about stuff within the city and then later I can get into the day trips if that works for you works remain so. . Has Been inhabited since eleven thousand BC. . So it has an extremely long history a really in depth history, , and that's part of why a lot of the places outside of the city are so important the pre Hispanic archaeological sites and villages that still hold to their traditions. . But also the city itself is quite old and the modern day city started to be built in fifteen hundreds when the Spanish were here. So . there's still lots of historical sites to see in the city that are important and also beautiful. . One of the best places I think to start is south of the Mingo Church that is an ex convent that has now been converted to a church and a museum and a ethnical garden, , and it's also just kind of a big meeting point in the city for tourists and for locals as well. . It's great for people watch chain there's lots of street food outside. . So it's a great place to start, , and then the museum there is great. . They have lots of great exhibits about the history and Culture Haka. . Big. . Museum. . Not a big museum but. . We're seeing and also is a great way to get a look inside at the architecture of this gorgeous ex convent and then the ethnic botanical garden that's on the grounds as well is really fantastic. . It's required to take a guided tour. . And I wouldn't say it's for everyone because if you it is to at least two hours and it's very in depth about plant life and history culture. . And I love it and I think it's amazing. . I'm taking up multiple times bill. . Some of those plants are important to people because some of the local plants give us things like Miguel so. . Exactly. . So. . But I definitely recommend it for most people. . The thing I think is really special is they really go into the history of the most important plants and the cultural significance and you get to see things like the predecessor for Korn that was found here in the valley, , and that is one of if not the most important ingredients in food items in all Mexico and a lot of the world, , and so there's just a lot of amazing insights and things you can learn about plant life in this really biodiverse state if you're into that kind of thing. .

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Travel to Oaxaca

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:25 min | 8 months ago

Travel to Oaxaca

"I'd like to welcome to the show Susan met Naski from Brooklyn, tropical E. dot com, and that's tropical with an I at the end but a put a link to that in the show notes Susan Welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you so much for having and Susan. You're coming on the show to talk about one of my favorite places in Mexico. Of course, I haven't been every place Oaxaca. and. Why are you talking about Wocka? Well, it is also one of my favorite places. It's actually my favorite place because I now live here after I think my first trip was in two, thousand, fifteen and. I just kept coming back and back for months at a time, and then finally I had been traveling fulltime for awhile I'm a travel blogger and when I was just ready to settle down, this was the place that was at the very top of my list. Excellent. Well, and I understood after reaching out to Susan that she was a longtime listener, the show which is always fun to hear it is a big honor for me to be on this show when there was a time many years ago I wasn't able to really travel, and this was my constant source of inspiration. I cannot imagine a time not be able to travel except of course now but right. Excellent and why should someone go to Hakka? So I think that the thing about Oaxaca really. So special and is not often matched in other places is that it's so dynamic. There is such a depth and breadth of things to do and learn and taste and understand here. It's so easy to fill a week itinerary full of all these things and not just one type of thing but a huge variety of things. So there's incredible culture here. There's history. An Amazing Food and mess calcined beautiful nature artisan work. So there's really something for everyone and It's just such a dynamic place to learn over of everything excellent. What kind of Tannery or are you going to recommend for us where we're GONNA start so? Worked on this a lot of years there because as I say, there's so much to do and I actually hear over and over again that people come here they plan a long weekend trip and they pair it with Mexico City or the coast or other places in Mexico and. On their first or second day they're already planning a return trip because they realize immediately that there's just such a huge amount of things to do. It's such a beautiful place such a compelling place. So I've come up with a seven day itinerary that I think is really a nice balance of all these different aspects, the nature and the culture and history in the food and artisan work and I. think that's a great way to have your first trip to a Hakka to have a little bit of a balance of all the things and learn a little of everything and. WELL ROUNDED PERSPECTIVE OF OAXACA Going Day one. Well so I have this kind of divided by Oaxaca city and then day trips and I think that one way people go wrong is they don't necessarily know that the day trips and and the villages and the nature sites archaeological sites outside the city the number of things to do outside of the city is equal or more than within the city. So. I think that the best way to kind of approach your race to think of it more or less than a fifty fifty way that maybe you're going to be doing day trips about as many days as you will be just strictly inside the. So I I'd like to just kind of talk about stuff within the city and then later I can get into the day trips if that works for you works remain so. Has Been inhabited since eleven thousand BC. So it has an extremely long history a really in depth history, and that's part of why a lot of the places outside of the city are so important the pre Hispanic archaeological sites and villages that still hold to their traditions. But also the city itself is quite old and the modern day city started to be built in fifteen hundreds when the Spanish were here. So there's still lots of historical sites to see in the city that are important and also beautiful. One of the best places I think to start is south of the Mingo Church that is an ex convent that has now been converted to a church and a museum and a ethnical garden, and it's also just kind of a big meeting point in the city for tourists and for locals as well. It's great for people watch chain there's lots of street food outside. So it's a great place to start, and then the museum there is great. They have lots of great exhibits about the history and Culture Haka. Big. Museum. Not a big museum but. We're seeing and also is a great way to get a look inside at the architecture of this gorgeous ex convent and then the ethnic botanical garden that's on the grounds as well is really fantastic. It's required to take a guided tour. And I wouldn't say it's for everyone because if you it is to at least two hours and it's very in depth about plant life and history culture. And I love it and I think it's amazing. I'm taking up multiple times bill. Some of those plants are important to people because some of the local plants give us things like Miguel so. Exactly. So. But I definitely recommend it for most people. The thing I think is really special is they really go into the history of the most important plants and the cultural significance and you get to see things like the predecessor for Korn that was found here in the valley, and that is one of if not the most important ingredients in food items in all Mexico and a lot of the world, and so there's just a lot of amazing insights and things you can learn about plant life in this really biodiverse state if you're into that kind of thing.

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Southern Mexico state bans junk food sales to children

America First

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Southern Mexico state bans junk food sales to children

"A state in Mexico is banning junk food The Legislature of Mexico's southern state of Oaxaca has approved a ban on selling high calorie snack food and Children in a bid to combat one of the world's highest rates of childhood obesity. Bill, the first of its kind of Mexico has drawn protests from business groups, officials in Mexico of blame junk food and soft drinks for Mexico's shockingly high rate of deaths among middle aged people from Cove in 19 They say Mexicans diet younger age from the pandemic, in part because of the country's high rates of diabetes and obesity. The law would find shopkeepers but allow parents to approve such

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Coronavirus update: Mexico

Pacifica Evening News

06:13 min | 10 months ago

Coronavirus update: Mexico

"Cove in 19 death tolls of Spain and France to join the U. S. Brazil the UK in Italy in the top five deadly isnot breaks The U. S of Southern neighbors seem to have had a far milder outbreak, but a closer look at the data reveals an incomplete picture. Katie Face correspondent Shannon Young reports from Oaxaca. The day after Mexico overtook the cove a death toll of France to join the five countries in the world. With the heaviest losses to the pandemic. President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador addressed the nation. To blame the media. Hey, sis In the end venues in Mexico, Yes. He said. Conservatives and their media mouthpieces focus on the rising death toll without clarifying the differences in population between European nations in Mexico, the president pointed out when looked at from a per capita perspective, France and Spain were harder head. He offered an apology to Spain for the media comparison, adding that the conservative sensationalist press is despicable. Is a Marine. Mexico had the advantage of time to prepare preventative measures and a robust response is covert, 19 closed in The signs were promising at first, Unlike in the U. S. The government coordinated a unified federal response. In a synchronized move. Schools nationwide took classes online while government workers set up home offices. Messaging was clear. Stay home gave thee in Gaza Gate up in Gaza for Colombia and Mexico is Corona virus Response coordinator Dr Lopez got became an overnight celebrity by hosting our long press conferences each evening in an unscripted and easy to follow style that inspired trust and one public approval. But the strategy he leads has been a mixed bag. In a country where roughly half of the population lives in poverty. The government did not provide direct economic stimulus checks to tide over citizens unable to work. Many self employed vendors and small business owners had little choice but to try to make ends meet. Mexican leaders also opted for an extremely limited testing policy. Mexico has one of the world's lowest per capita testing rates and the highest rate of positive cases per test. One out of every two people tested for the virus in Mexico has a result showing they are infected, not even report it moment on any task force leader. Lopez got ill has repeatedly rejected calls to increase testing, saying the sentinel method of monitoring samples of symptomatic populations. Conserves resource is and is consistent with epidemiological modeling practices. Okay, Spirit Teresa settle in revista Entrevista made equipment under the so called Sentinel surveillance model on Ly one in approximately 10 patients showing Covad like symptoms but deemed healthy enough for out patient monitoring is eligible for a diagnostic test. How it works is you have to perform sickness releases more. A notary's received a test in the southern state of Guerrero after several days of symptoms. When I went in, I didn't have a fever. And so I had to say to compensate, saying I don't have it right now. But Oh, my God. It was terrible Look two days ago, and it wass, But I like the way you express it. You have to perform illness in order to be believed His results took more than 30 days to come back. They were positive. Despite minimal testing rates. Mexico has a formidable accumulated backlog. According to government data, more than 11% of all tests performed in Mexico are still awaiting results. Some of those results have been pending since April. Morning autobiography, says he was told to expect results within 72 hours and that the lab didn't usually bother to communicate negatives to the local health center. Not having the results for that long, definitely influenced my behavior. Give me examples. Perhaps the most prominent is that I had to go out and buy groceries. Um, I would normally do that because I live alone. But in this case scenario I would have Capt. Much deeper into my networks to find help. Mexico has repeatedly blown past official predictions regarding the outbreaks. Peak response later, Dr Lopez got till now says the first wave is likely to end sometime in October. Task force members have publicly expressed hope in developing herd immunity while building up hospital capacity to handle caseloads. The United Kingdom initially floated the idea of a herd immunity approach before medical experts pointed out that massive preventable loss of life the strategy would entail. Currently, the UK ranks only behind the U. S. And Brazil and covert deaths. The broad and vocal medical consensus to debunk heart immunity has been lacking in Mexico. And progressive voices that tenaciously questioned. Past administrations have been relatively muted during the current administration, the first self described leftist government to come to power in nearly a century. Without widespread testing in Mexico to aid an early detection of covert cases or timely results for the relatively few tests performed demand for hospital beds. Khun B. Hard to predict before patients arrive at emergency room doors. As with much of Mexico's outbreak dimensions, what's within public view is the tip of the iceberg. Shannon Young. KPFA

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Powerful Earthquake Rattles Southern Mexico

Morning Edition

02:32 min | 11 months ago

Powerful Earthquake Rattles Southern Mexico

"A powerful earthquake struck a huge swath of southern and central Mexico yesterday at least five people were killed the quake hit mid morning and despite its punch in the wide area affected damage was surprisingly moderate and yours Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico City the quake was centered in the southern state of Oaxaca near the Pacific coast resort of Huatulco them not only for today and what better way to think case okay hello my name is mark to worker in the beach town posted video to Twitter as he walked down the aisle strewn with items thrown from shelves and topple display cases well we might they say it was really bad he says landslides blocked a major highway several building facades cracked in walls toppled the US Geological Survey put the magnitude at seven point four and said the quake was felt by nearly fifty million people in eight Mexican states in Guatemala in Mexico City hundreds of miles away seismic alarms went off more than a minute before the shaking started here he knows that the M. for Fairfax thought but I just got a key it gave us the perfect amount of time to get out into the street said thirty two year old son your Rubio who ran down the stairs from the fifth floor of her apartment building in the Condesa neighborhood her neighbor twenty nine year old one Pablo Sanchez sprinted from the seventh floor are you can see the palm trees are they're just sweeping back and forth what really scared me was hearing hearing the buildings just crack helicopters swarmed over the area surveying for damage Mexico city's mayor says thirty two buildings were affected the same area was hit hard by a seven point one quake nearly three years ago which killed two hundred and forty eight people and toppled dozens of buildings that quake's epicenter was close to the capital leaving no time for the alarm systems warning and at that point in the manager at Rubio and Sanchez's apartment building gave the all clear after an initial inspection everyone joked this was the most people they've seen in the streets in months Mexico is still registering thousands of new coronavirus cases and hundreds of deaths daily there are quite a lot of the stance yeah they they've been mediated by silos it but Rubio said for a while we all forgot about keeping our distance from each other and she put a mask on and headed back into our apartment to continue working from home

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Death toll rises after powerful earthquake hits southern Mexico

Morning Edition

02:02 min | 11 months ago

Death toll rises after powerful earthquake hits southern Mexico

"A powerful earthquake struck a huge swath of southern and central Mexico yesterday at least five people were killed the quake hit mid morning and despite its punch in the wide area affected damage was surprisingly moderate and yours Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico Mexico City City the the quake quake was was centered centered in in the the southern southern state state of of Oaxaca Oaxaca near near the the Pacific Pacific coast coast resort resort of of Huatulco Huatulco them them not not only only for for today today and and what what better way to take case okay thought on myself and I can market worker in the beach town posted video to Twitter as he walked down the aisle strewn with items thrown from shelves and topple display cases my goal for mind they say it was really bad he says landslides blocked a major highway several building facades cracked in walls toppled the US Geological Survey put the magnitude at seven point four and said the quake was felt by nearly fifty million people in eight Mexican states in Guatemala in Mexico City hundreds of miles away seismic alarms went off more than a minute before the shaking started here he knows your name for favor fake thought but I do got a key it gave us the perfect amount of time to get out into the street said thirty two year old son your Rubio who ran down the stairs from the fifth floor of her apartment building in the Condesa neighborhood her neighbor twenty nine year old Juan Pablo Sanchez sprinted from the seventh floor all you could see the palm trees right there just sweeping back and forth what really scared me was hearing hearing the buildings just crack helicopters swarmed over the area surveying surveying for for damage damage Mexico Mexico city's city's mayor mayor says says thirty thirty two two buildings buildings were were affected affected the the same same area area was was hit hit hard hard by by a a seven seven point point one one quake quake nearly nearly three three years years ago ago which which killed two hundred and forty eight people and toppled dozens of buildings that quake's epicenter was close to the capital leaving no time for the alarm systems warning

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Powerful earthquake shakes southern, central Mexico

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Powerful earthquake shakes southern, central Mexico

"A powerful earthquake center near a southern Mexican resort has killed at least two people swayed buildings in Mexico City and sent thousands fleeing into the streets of the city under lockdown from code nineteen many were working from home but fortunately the government's warning system works correctly and gave residents ample time to leave their apartments the epicenter was in the southwestern state of Oaxaca near the town of Qusay Sita and although the magnitude was registered at seven point five there were no initial reports of serious damage ABC correspondent will grant reporting the quake was felt in Guatemala and throughout south and central

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I Love Micheladas with Fernando Lopez

Spanish Aquí Presents

05:16 min | 11 months ago

I Love Micheladas with Fernando Lopez

"Give it up really quick for number from I love. Bringing the cousins in the cousins customer. It is. We. Bring everybody through the door. Yeah, I'M GONNA. Be Your mood lighting and your looks great. Hey, do I gotta respect? Respect the show here. I got to bring it up. Got The lighting game down. Lady feels more like yeah like that. This is. The. Living Room Vibes. Have Been Tanning. We were talking about tanning earlier, have you? So actually. Having gone to the manufacturing warehouse daily so I'm like in the car in and out against some vitamin. Yeah like my. My initial point was just so dark that like Turner. Takes, me a while to get to get down because we mortgage. Berg, we just mortgage broker every single Sunday. Out in the sun, setting up the tens and bringing it down, so yeah. So I I really want to just start the you know I guess the podcast in itself with like asking you. You know you have limited Lila's and. Yes, you have your ears in air. Water? But all. Can you tell us how you got started? What was the inspiration for having this like? Michaela. Yeah, it's cool, you know. This was originally the customers. We have a restaurant elegance I'm pretty sure my sister talked about that and we're at the restaurant. It was right after the recession. We're just to figure out how to grind kind of like right now, right? Where like what do we do? What a what do we do and customer walks in? And he asks if he can buyer mich Le Mix from the bar. And the bartender is like. Can we sell to them? And we're like yeah, sure and we empty that Tequila. Bottle filled up the guys like how much and we're like twenty five dollars, I don't know. Because when you multiply it out. To get them each other it costs. Fifties multiplied out and made sense you prorated. Yeah, and then, and then we thought about the guy was like for sure he'll. He took, too so we're like this guy willing to pay. One. More you! It's like if he wants to buy. Maybe there's other people want to buy it. And this is before the cubs before anything there was like no Mitchell out there and like we thought were the one of the only restaurants in La us, but we're like slanging them. And eventually that grew and we started branding it. We're just because of the restaurant. We were slow to market, so we weren't the first ones out there. But we were taking it to all the food. Events with the Premiere of the Mitch Mobile Actually was at the L. Food Festival, and the idea came from being a food festival. People are asking us what we're GONNA. Do and I was like I'll do a mobile mentioned other truck. It was like during the height of the truck. Chris, so that was just like. The idea stuck and I just did it, so we just. Go. Ahead! They didn't go away. It's hard to do the. Them each ladder truck. We have a little model here. That's what it looks like it. Again of Vincent Volkswagen? Van Right. Then it's got a like a TV and speakers and a deejay booth inside the taps stuff from. Are you. Going though on. The model the gift, but yeah we, we have the real one and the Real William Take it every weekend. We rented out and and in all of this happened, so we'll see what happens with A. Working model though this little woman. And I'M GONNA, open a model. Now I know man, don't tell me how much different. Colors. Might make them. Suffer number for those of us who are on an uninitiated with Mitchell others. Could you explain what they are? Each Other. In its very core brought down to us essence, altered beer, beer cocktail, and the the the most purest form should either. It's beer, lime and salted rim. But we were from Oaxaca so armee are are a little more complex like like everything in Oaxaca and. And Mitch Mitchell others, or it's a weird thing because you different than depending on where you are in Mexico or even La. They make it differently they'll. They'll do something different so even even in Oaxaca well. We make kind of like a mutual alibi now. Other places they call it a mutual. Other places they. Yeah, they call me WanNa win. A lot of garlic or was it wasn't. I got. Attitude a lot of. It. Along Bald, yes, bold strong. Is, this beautiful? Virgin Mary's are like the version of that right. That would be the closest cousin. Similar Bloody Mary No. It's similar, but the thing is. Beer. Oblivious has tomato juice. Tomato juice blanding agent so like tomato twenty and just kind of softens it up. So like I mean she has line base so lime base. You can tomato and make it more of a bloody. That are very. They're very late and that would, and that's the thing with culture by culture is weird and fluid especially here in La, so the on restaurant you walk into. They'll make early.

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Local leaders resist Mexico president's push for reopening

Here & Now

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Local leaders resist Mexico president's push for reopening

"Some government officials in Mexico are pushing back against the president's plans to re open parts of the economy Gobert nineteen cases are surging in the country and health officials acknowledge the death toll may be even higher than they're calculating NPR's Carrie Kahn joins us now from Mexico City and Kerry tell us about this push back from some of those local health officials there they're not re opening as the president said they should well there are around three hundred municipalities on this list there called pounds of hope where they haven't had any covert cases that the majority of them are in the southern states like Oaxaca and the governor there said now is not the time to reopen some of these towns are very in very poor areas and they don't have any health facilities you know they closed up early knowing that they couldn't handle the any sort of outbreak you've also heard similar comments from governors in other states around the country they seem not so eager to open up the specially the start up schools you laid out some of those rural areas and some of the challenges they're dealing with how bad is the corona virus situation in the country overall it's it's getting bad so far there is over fifty thousand confirmed cases and deaths are creeping up to about six thousand but you have to keep in mind when you hear all these numbers that Mexico is not doing a lot of testing this is a country of about a hundred twenty five million and they've only done about a hundred and fifty thousand tests to date that's one of the lowest testing rates in the world I went out recently and I went to the General Hospital here and I do talk to nurses and doctors around the country and you know they're exhausted they're sad watching so many deaths and they're worried one of their biggest worries is whether the fill of Quitman in protective gear to to last until the outbreak so there's a lot of concern and a lot of independent media reporting that the undercount of especially the dad here in Mexico City wonder report showed a database is affected death that could be three times lower than than people that really have died of coalbed officially even acknowledge that you know bureaucratic lag times and minimal testing of letterman and down given all of this why is the president suggesting the country re opened back up well it's not the total it's not the whole country opening it's just a few counties where there is no virus that in places where there have been virus outbreaks and there is a key industries he's saying it's time to open up in those key indices are construction mining and especially the auto factories here their key in the U. S. Mexico supply chain for the auto industry and he's under a lot of pressure from the US to open up those key industries for the supply chain he's also under a lot of pressure at home because the economy is tanking fast here so that it's a combination of the two the pressure from the US and also his own ideas that the lockdown isn't really strategically needed and it may be doing more harm to the poor in the country bike at taking whether economic activity than the virus itself but you reported that there have been covert nineteen cases and some of these plants that supply US businesses some workers have even died yeah it's it's a difficult situation especially in the macular that manufacturing plants up at the border there have been dozens of deaths reported there the president says what that companies will now have to do is promise to monitor all employees going in and out like temperature taking and providing masks and goggles but the government is outright saying that they're just trusting the companies to comply and will only randomly inspect so we're gonna have to watch carefully how this unlimited

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Chef Iliana de la Vega discusses authentic Oaxacan cuisine

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

07:17 min | 1 year ago

Chef Iliana de la Vega discusses authentic Oaxacan cuisine

"Chatting with chef. Ileana de la Vega about authentic hocken. Cuisine Ileana welcome to milk street. Thank you very much for having me here. Let me just start by saying of Ben to Your Restaurant in Toronto in Austin a couple times in the last two years and it was the best Hawkin food of had including in. Walk US terrific so you lived in Mexico City remarried there. You move to to start Eldorado restaurant but but you had trouble being accepted in some way. So explain that to me. Yeah what happened? I mean as you mentioned I was born in Mexico City and eventually ninety four actually moved to a hacker. We opened the restaurant until ninety seven. And Yeah my mom is what was Oaxacan but because I was in born in Oaxaca was not supposed to be cooking blog on food. I mean I guess that things have changed you know hook us a little bit more open now than it was there but You know for them. I wasn't outsider. So you had the restaurant there and then in two thousand six you left so what happened between ninety seven and two thousand six in terms of your restaurant and the politics and everything in the region. Well we were very successful restaurant. Join despite of like many were huggins. Consider me that it was an tighter and then on two thousand six there was turmoil in Oaxaca social unrest and so we had you know the economy collapsed in. We had to close a restaurant. And then I bet charlie we moved to Texas Allston. Imprecise you and I spoke a while back about what is moulay and your definition of it was totally different than what I thought. So could you just break it down for me? I mean you said there were three basic components to moulay. Maybe you could just take us through the concept right. They are like three groups of ingredients to make malate so one will be vegetables and by vegetables. How you also mean chillers. Okay so tomatoes tomatoes onions and garlic and such and then we have spices. So let's say black pepper cumin Cinnamon sugar sold chocolate. And then the third one very important one for these are the figures could be bread or it could be muscle for making tortillas and also not like almonds so there are the three of you take a little bit of each in each one of those categories you will make a molly molly. Negro is very complex. But I I gather that some Malays actually are much simpler than that rhyming. Talk to us about a simple mobile. Yeah okay like let's say like me. For example I think is the simplest one. You'll take a you know. Fresh Materials Green Sheila's Serrano's Jalapenos. Or one of those onion garlic and put it in the blender and then you fried mixture and then you add some herbs fresh herbs so I do up Ohio Santa Parsley and episode. That's my traditional one. And then you have the thickener. Which is the muscle that you dilute. I in a little bit of water and you added so those are the basic ingredients and you can make that. Molay in twenty minutes rather than the. Mola negative that he takes three days. I want you to describe because I've had your Molin Agro and it was divine if you taste a really well made Molin agro. Ideally what should it be like? What is important when you make him? Only non one of those stents out not on one of those flavors. So you will they said. Oh it is a little cinnamon and then the next. We'll give you a little bit of cumin for example or the next bite will give you a little bit of chocolate so each You know spoonful that you take the molly will give you a different note Let's let's talk about some common things in Oaxaca. The Mole Yetay Which I had for breakfast WanNa talk about how that's made. And maybe the tradition of that dish. Well then we get something simple that you will find all over Mexico. Norling OAXACA somewhat yet is believe traditionally like by a piece of bread like a kind of a French bread and then put a little bit of a border in it then beans and then some cheese will melt and then you put it on there. They'll win or something to get kind of. Nice melting and cross the cheese. And then you make Salsa Makina which is like Salsa Pico they get your tomatoes onion Sheila Bair the Serrano or Jalapeno see land throw and a little bit of lime juice in they knew. Serve it with it on the site. It was a terrific practice they also a Santa which is Pork Lard. Is that often used as a primary layer for lots of tacos enchiladas? Is that something that's common ingredient there. Okay largest one thing like Hitler this when you have a big piece of pork and then you take out the fat than you cook. It is slowly. And then you're renders fat right so that is large and then ASEAN thought when you're making teacher on the skin and you're buying it in large then at the bottom you will some pieces and beats over. You know the fat told and that's why it's colored it has it has color to the. You're not open a Tortilla. Like freshly made handmade of course and then you put a little bit of a layer of that and then you eat it with your meal Let's talk about the Tortilla for second in Oaxaca. According to a tee I guess in northern Mexico it's a wheat Tortilla but the tortillas in Oaxaca almost could pass for a week Tortilla. They're very fine. They're very tender. They're nothing like would you get here? So is that because you use different kinds of corn is the process differ. Why are they so much better a little bit of favorite thing? I is the the taste that they still do. Heirloom Cornyn in Mexico. Roy is one so sometimes. You taste the TORTILLAS here in United States. Then they're like sweet so that is wrong. Sorry that is like super wrong so that was one of the things that when we moved to the states and I began to as a Dorothy. Yes here like no by no means. I will be able to serve this in their restaurant every neighbor so you know thank God. We found now corn from Mexico many times from Oaxaca directly and so we proceeded in house and then we grind it. What would you like to tell me about the way you cook that? I don't understand. Well I guess you think that I have problem whether you notice plane. The people You know one is Mexican. Food is not necessarily too spicy. I mean depends on the taste of the taste. Parts of the person but general is just about the flavors The other one is it. People that have had through the years coming to restaurant. Said like this is not Mexican food. I mean for years. We didn't have a flour tortillas in the restaurant in is like oh no but this is not a not as well. How can I explain you? You know that the corner two years is the basic you know and it is your of the also very delicate flavors so those things I think is the what I would like people to understand better about Mexican Food

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We Owe Our Pumpkins to Pooping Megafauna

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 1 year ago

We Owe Our Pumpkins to Pooping Megafauna

"Form of Pumpkin is about the size of a tennis ball and it tastes like one it's incredibly unpalatable as those early squashes were they made a tasty tidbit for mastodons and we Russians Kistler says mastodons probably weren't put off by the gourds bitter taste because a few absolutely beautiful correlation between body size and the ability to taste bitter compounds a deter small mammals who would destroy the seeds but they've evolved at just the right level fifteen along with dispersing seeds mastodons just like modern elephants the mastodons died out and humans kizlar says which also tend to disturb the environment little bit of a mystery because they're bitter and toxic in the wild and they get to this Ryan discovered in a cave in Oaxaca Mexico provide evidence that at least ten thousand years ago

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Chilis Are About Flavor, Not Heat

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Chilis Are About Flavor, Not Heat

"I was in Oaxaca a while back. I really started to understand more so than I ever had. The chilis are about flavor and not really heat as much and you make this point a lot. When we're talking about Chile along I twenty five. We're not talking about Jalapenos or Serrano's or all. The multiple types of chilies is that you could grow or chilies from Mexico or anywhere else. We're specifically talking. Abou a chilly that's going to be when it grows with full-size. It's going to be as long as your a hand and pretty thick so the same type of Chili but assumes different flavors depending on where it's grown so people are gonNA swear by their types of chilies and that's where you have big debates especially between New Mexico and Colorado where they fight over each other saying oh archery's better no arch. Elliot's better and the rest of the country doesn't really have a clue about it but New Mexico wins because because they have the bigger budget to promote their chili farmers and their chilies than anyone else thousand outsider you're like wait isn't a chilly chilly chilly. So how do the Harare possible or the flavor possibly change one hundred miles away but it it does it really really does the new Mexican Sunday which actually I have to say sounded appealing as you just described what it is. Oh my Lord Yeah. This is a place down in LAS cruces little chain Khadka Leeches and they sell a new Mexican Sunday so it's it's new Mexican to the court so it's GonNa be Vanilla custard in inside of it. They put Pecans Pecans a huge industry in southern New Mexico but they also have candied Green Chili like little nubs of Candy Green chilly so you're gonNA get a little bit of heat but again. It's all about the flavor. He opens up your pallet. You get a little bit of the spice as a flavor. It is amazing and especially if you're in southern New Mexico is going to be hot so you WANNA to get that Green Chili one

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'We have made history': Mexico's Oaxaca state decriminalizes abortion

Casual Times

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

'We have made history': Mexico's Oaxaca state decriminalizes abortion

"In Mexico lawmakers in the southern state of Oaxaca approved a bill Wednesday decriminalizing abortion during the first twelve weeks of pregnancy what happened becomes just the second region of Mexico after Mexico City to permit abortions this is pro choice activists the lower Merion us. the victory is not only for what how the law yes but it means this gives hope to the other states where women on the site of an abortion legally are punished this comes just days after Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador sent lawmakers a bill that would grant amnesty to women serving prison terms for

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Celebrate Mexico's True National Holiday with Mole

Gastropod

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Celebrate Mexico's True National Holiday with Mole

"Most of your listeners have never heard reference to September sixteenth because in the US at least at Cinco de Mayo the fifth of May made that Inspires Tequila fueld partying but and this is never normally the case. This is an example of where Americans are kind of getting it wrong about about another culture right. Cinco de Maya celebrates a military victory over Napoleon's French army in eighteen sixty two and it is yes celebrated in Mexico but it celebrated with a military parade. It's not a huge deal. September sixteenth on the other hand. That's the real national holiday Mexican Independence Day and with the National Holiday Holiday comes holiday food traditional dish to how during September sixteen is the Chilean because of the colors of the reds and the Greens and the whites and it's in that season is when you have the best Liz Jewison Nagata is a dish of chilies stuffed with meat dried fruits and nuts. It's topped with a creamy white walnut sauce and sprinkled with pomegranates grandma and herbs. It's very delicious and it's green red and white like the flag but it's not the only delicious thing your typical Independence Day party Mexicans uh-huh we'll make lots of and to heaters those little snack foods like bananas and Tamales and those will likely include something that is perhaps the true national dish of Mexico Moulay. It's always around Melissa dish. That's there to celebrate lie in celebrity death. It is one of those dishes that are that. It's just always going to be there. This episode is all about that party. Essential Moulay and this podcast is gastropod the Butkus that looks at food it through the Lens of Science and history. I'm Nichole twilly and I'm Cynthia Graber and right now. I am dreaming about the molay eight basically every day. I was in Oaxaca in the south of Mexico but for those of you not familiar with molay. It's an indigenous dish or is it okay but it's a sauce well that part is not clearcut either but at least it's Mexican Mexican yes and also know this sounds like a guest robot episode to me and it

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"oaxaca" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

14:04 min | 2 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Are all things that can be dangerous to our furry friends. If ingested some foreign bodies are easily seen on X rays and other require an ultrasound or X Ray to identify keep these items out of paws reach to keep everyone healthy and happy this holiday season. Welcome to the Laura Latino a comprehensive look at issues and interests to Milwaukee's Hispanic community on NewsTalk eleven thirty WINS. Here's your host Perfecto Rivera. Welcome to the program. Perfecto Rivera your host, my just in front with me, the Sunday mornings, Mr Jonathan Zuniga, and Jonathan has been on the show number of years ago. I asked him to come back because the work he does in the organization that he works for elected boulevard. West neighbors association. On the south side. Then they just do wonderful things for that community and in brings such value to this city, and I know that they've got some nice events coming up. And so I wanted Jonathan to be able to promote those events with us the Sunday morning, but I jazz tell us a little bit of who you are your family background and such. Yeah. Will I am born and raised in the south set of walkie? But my family comes from Oaxaca Mahyco. So the immigrated to Milwaukee in the nineteen early nineteen ninety s and, you know, hold hold blue collar jobs to recently, my uncle who's let that to me he opened up his food truck so lucky as well. But mainly a blue collar jobs all throughout and but really the really. Pushed me for two to advance in education. You'll go to college. They made sure that I had all the opportunities that they didn't have a growing up when it comes to educate. Our -tunities. And one of them being making sure that went to a good high school at Carmen, schools of science and technology. So even the sector, they didn't have a formal education. If you will obviously, very hard workers and pushed you sort of to to make sure I think it is joy says they understood the value of education. What would do for you and your life is exactly correct? I mean, I I would go to work with them. You know, the Manco worked at a factory eight hours a day. And then after that will go clean a clinic. Down in outside of Milwaukee. The place, but. In high school. I will go after I went to school. I was still go with them to help them out. You know, clean that clinic and earn a little bit of money for me too. So they showed me the value of our work. But also as my job main job was school. Sure. Yeah. It's interesting. You say that I've mentioned this before in my show is that I once was the executive assistant to the revenue secretary here in the state, Wisconsin, Mark Bure who was a great boss for me. But one thing I learned while I was there is that the the community talking about the Hispanic community how they were so overly represented in the workforce. And you mentioned your parents had one job, but they will another job by or what did what ever took to help make ends meet and to provide for that for you in the family. Yeah. Yeah. You know, we the work extra to make sure that I had the uniform for school or that it had all of my materials, and you know, that I could go to college as well. And again, the, you know, they work hard to give me those opportunities, and they didn't they never went to college didn't go to high school. But the put me in the school where they knew that. They would help me out guide me through that process. Actually, look what you've mentioned your ankle food truck. Yes. What's what's his name, his his Abraham Perez? Abraham. And he is like a dad to me. He's really the one who raised me who has been my biggest mentor trauma whole life. There's a big decision. I go to him to ask for his advice. And. Yeah. Recently last a year ago, he opened up finally his food shirt business and located is called bacteria. And. Taco's? Yes. Exactly. And they're located in eighteen of forest home. So that was a big dream of his own business. And he was finally able to do it. So so happy for him. So delicious Llosa had the. You. Okay. So we want to invite folks come into a bring their appetite sue. You're a goal who truck? Definitely the best Alpa store tackles Favio. All right. So right. So your parents struggled, but they recognize that. Education was going to change the dynamics of your life and the economies of your future and provide a better future. So so they they they they push that button. You were telling me that that was a couple of jobs. You went to some of those jobs with them. But number one job, you said was was school. You know, they stress that a lot growing up. And again, if they did everything they could to support me. And so, you know, giving me, you know, different opportunities at home. But it was really, you know, how I ended up going to eat up Milwaukee. I got a major urban studies and a minor in business in how it got. There really was a big part because of Carmen scores of science and technology. I was struggling early on in high school and in middle school as well, just, you know, behaviour wise and academic wise as well but going to Carmen schools, really change kind of the trajectory of of my life and of being able to pursue my educational goals. So. I'm curious. What was that? Sort of were you saw the light with regard to carbon de you? You. When you enrolled there the difference. You mentioned you had some academic issues. You wouldn't doing what you needed to be doing? But a whole different kind of a light change their carbon. I've heard of carbon and I've had some guests of mine from Carmen. Come school. They started out number of years ago. I remember at my old all the mater which used to be Walker junior high school. So many years ago on thirty second between Mitchell and Burnham, exactly. But that school stresses academics. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, they have a high high standards for academic wise, and you know, it was tough for me, you know, initially to meet those standards, but even though they have high standards. One of the main things is that they believe that students can achieve those really believe in us. And the the only just only believe where they show it to us starting back, then the principal now, she's the head of school is Dr petition Patricia hole. Then then then she was my principle and starting from her and really kind of, you know, everyday pushing me to be better telling me her, and my teachers that you know, I had a lot of potential that I could achieve and being there side by side stayed after school with me, it is a very small school. I think right now they're about I'm not sure how how many students happened back then we were like a class of eighty and then by the time, I graduated Bollock two hundred hundred fifty up so the personal relationships you were able to develop with our teachers was very key. And again, just you even though I was struggling they still believed in me and pushed me to achieve my. Potential and give me the tools and advice necessary to do so. Remember AP history teacher, Mr. Rohde still keep in touch with just again every time I did an assignment saying, you know, you can do better you can do better giant. When are you going to realize the potential that you have and all of those things, you know, eventually made me kind of realize that. Yeah. You know what I can do better? I am somebody who can achieve my my academic goals. And and believe in myself in an increase that confidence in myself. So it was a definite transformational change from freshman year there to see a year. So you still his name again. Please Mr. Rohde, Mr. wrote. All yeah. Okay. Thank you, Mr. road. All so. You know, when you when you say that you tell the story to be here in the studio, but I can feel the vibrancy in your face and body in the smile on your face when you're talking about him and the other teacher the. Yes. That obviously they've made a big impact in your life. But you know, because they pushed you to success. Yes. Yes. Exactly. And in in in the guide, we got guided me through in even when I was in college again, you know, my family in that aspect couldn't help me out, you know, guide me through picking classes of picking a major or, you know, talking about financial aid and scholarships. You know, it was really the staff at Carmen who helped me out to the press. Even when I was in college. I prefer going for advice. I had my adviser. He w amber L prefer going back to Carmen. They had a special advisor for us where he graduated helped us out. So just again, it was it can be tough coming, you know, being the first generation going into school. But having those people around me really really helped me out. Yeah. That's that's exciting. I mean, when when I hear you tell that story, you know, I've got my own kids if they're older now, but have gone through some challenges. And fortunately, they're all the four of them are college educated. But you know, those struggles when they were in junior high school setting or middle school or high school, and such I don't think that I can recall any of them head the kind of mentoring and mentors that you've described with the individuals that you've headed carbon. Yeah. Again, that was key. And every time I go back to Carmen and speak with the students there, then get so happy because like they just got better, you know, the school, and even the students almost always I talked to them very impressed all very mature. They're all thinking in a way ahead of that. I was thinking back when I was there. So there's definitely doing awesome things. They're wonderful. So I'm going to have. To reach out to folks have carbon get some of those people here on my show. I think education is the key to success, basically. Yes, if they start you out early that road to success. So a lot easier to climb if you will in trudge through if you yes. Exactly wonderful also so carbon high school. Then you will not do w a couple of degrees. You mentioned one of them was urban urban studies studies and a minor general business. I picked initially started with as a mechanical engineer major. But I took a couple of social class social science and humanities classes that just kind of made me realize that that was my passion. You know? I'm good at math and numbers. And I like that. Data and things like that. But really anesthetic realizing, oh, you know, the things in my community that I saw growing up whether it's the lack of investment in our parks or in our street infrastructure. What is it isn't just because you know, there's been laws there's been there. People in power who make decisions that affect this kind of things and kind of realizing that you know, I could have a say in that one those things. So that's why I decided to change my majors, you know, two studies in money and business with mentality and the thought and the desire to come back to the south of Milwaukee right grew up the neighborhoods that I that I lived all my life and try to be a difference in those communities. So that that's kind of what made me change from from an engineer to an urban studies major chocolate because we've just gone through all this contention with elections and so forth. And here's the suit with you. Listen to, you know, your our conversation in your input here up thinking, you're the kind of person I want in those political leadership roles, you know, in our country and our community. So maybe something. We'll see hopefully right in the future. Does definitely something that that that I look up to two at some point doing in. But in the meantime, you know, working in in the community again where the Burnham park, we'll talk a little bit about leader. He's the park where I played soccer at where I went after school to play where I took my sisters to play graduated from Alba, which is in the same building..

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Migrant caravan members reject offer to stay in Mexico: "No, we're heading north!"

Power Trading Radio

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Migrant caravan members reject offer to stay in Mexico: "No, we're heading north!"

"Concern about that massive migrant caravan heading to California's border with Mexico pants campaigning for Republicans in Roswell New Mexico. The migrants about a thousand miles away in Mexico the migrants tearing their March north it. Of course, they're aware somewhat of President Trump trying to make it harder for them to get across that border with big news here. The president pe a Nieto only has about a month left in office. Putting an offer on the table to the migrants saying if you stay here register with officials in this in the southern states have Chapas in Oaxaca, we'll give you temporary employment, healthcare and even some

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"oaxaca" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Thanks carol we have a story now about a long running dispute in another part of mexico it's a very local one to small towns are locked in a battle over land and wind and that fight could have unintended consequences the disappearance of an indigenous language levi bridges reports from the state of oaxaca you can only get to the town of sent them maria del mar by boat the local fairy is just a skiff with bags of groceries passengers it crosses a vast bay sparkling in the sun i step into the boat over few tires in the water and raw wrought something maria is not an island but it might as well be this town of about eight hundred people rest at the end of a long peninsula sand dunes scrub brush sandwiched between the pacific ocean and the shallow bay crossing the fairy this isolated peninsula is home to the wadi in digits people believed to have come to mexico centuries ago from central america or spar south peru these days most people here make their living fishing leading your martinez sits next to me in the ferret he's from santa maria but now he works schoolteacher on the mainland martinez doesn't get home much you'll thought the bill the foot of guns any young bullied or tina says he tries to visit santamaria usually the wind blows too hard the cancel the ferry in this part of mexico winds are intense years me at a local basketball court.

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The migrant caravan denounced by Trump will end in Mexico City, but some people vow to go on alone

On The Media

02:08 min | 3 years ago

The migrant caravan denounced by Trump will end in Mexico City, but some people vow to go on alone

"And the listeners who support this npr station president trump promised to defend the country from all threats foreign and domestic we just never anticipated that there would be free two day shipping we'll ask alexa what's up with that plus we'll talk to ohio governor john casick and columbus about the days when politics were saved mostly join us for this week's news quiz from npr today at eleven ninety three point nine fm wnyc from wnyc in new york this is on the media bob garfield is away this week i'm brooke gladstone it's not a that a protest creates an international incident but here we are the pentagon has now preparing options after president trump signed a proclamation directing the national guard to be deployed to the us mexican border the move to mobilize came after several days of tweets which the president focused his rage on a group of central american migrants who have gathered to travel through mexico many are seeking asylum there summer planning to seek asylum in the united states and a few are planning to cross the border illegally now the caravan which is over a thousand people coming in from honduras thought they were going to just walk right through mexico and right through the border on thursday after five days of tweeting about it trump said the caravan was largely broken up no it's not carrie kahn is npr's correspondent for mexico central america and the caribbean they spent all day wednesday with them and there are hundreds of men women and a lot of children many sick now if i can have that in this park it's a recreational filled with soccer fields and a couple you know swing sets and stuff in this small town in southern oaxaca state and they're still there and they're united front and they're gonna continue travelling north just how far north.

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Trump blames Democrats for DACA impasse despite own action ending program

Democracy Now

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Trump blames Democrats for DACA impasse despite own action ending program

"For the latest on israel's bloody crackdown on protests president trump has declared daca dead dimming the prospects for hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants who are granted permission under the deferred action against childhood arrivals program to live live and work in the united states in a tweet early this morning trump wrote quote daca is dead because the democrats didn't care or act and now everyone wants to get onto the daca bandwagon no longer works must build wall and secure our borders with proper border legislation democrats want no borders hence drugs and crime unquote trump's latest tweet followed a flurry of attacks on daca on sunday easter in which trump also threatened to cancel nafta the north american free trade agreement unless mexico helps pay for a wall along its border with the us trump also called for senate republicans to end the filibuster and complained of caravans heading to the us that was an apparent reference to a migrant caravan of about eleven hundred people organized by the group people without borders which is currently in oaxaca and bound for the us the migrants are fleeing rampant violence and economic deprivation in their home countries most of them are from honduras or the us back president one orlando hernandez was recently inaugurated for a second term despite allegations of widespread election fraud in the november election this is jose avila luna who says he was forced to flee honduras amidst per political turmoil following the election.

"oaxaca" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The beast is described as south of the border flavor heads north so it's chili marinated smoked pork grilled pickled red onions salsa verde reddish casal oaxaca and cheese and it it is lovely it's a little heat little savory cheese and man i'm well done with the heat finding that finding that balance of of of heat is tricky and that was perfect that was right on right on the money the other one we had was the what was it the i'm your daddy daddy and that is the and i looked at it and i thought pepperoni pizza it's a fundraiser order too you have to he has to order like arnold who's your daddy and what does he do what happens when spicy and sweet converge you can buy or you buying honey anything i think we're taking the honey and probably bring it ourselves we have a lot of the hunter we're using we're we're harvesting ourselves too which is cool that's a lot of fun that was a joke what else have you guys had as far as pete's here i mean you guys are kind of coming out of beta testing and there's a big grand opening happening when is the grand opening it's friday as you're listening thirtieth of march yes you listening drain opening get down to silly pizza audience so if you're listening right now it's tonight and we are open we're open we're open every night for clock to close and then also saturday and sunday we'll be open for launched starting at noon so what did he has had four for peace i mean we just had a couple of them but i'm assuming he has gone through the menu i've had all at this point it's a little bit of everything work is so hard yeah tough job if you can get the fun part is all the pizzas are named after pop culture movies or tv shows mostly movies but coley obvious one the walter white and the obvious one mama for talia three of my generation that should be pretty obvious then a couple of not so obvious ones but it's kind of a fun thing to come in and look at the names and try to see if you can figure out what what movie or tv show it came from daddy.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on AP News

"Secret place now in the angels will be with you president trump visited with some of the shooting victims in the hospital and he's praised the first responders thirteen russians have been charged with using social media propaganda to interfere in the 2016 election they were aiming to help donald trump and to hurt the hillary clinton campaign a seven point two magnitude earthquake has struck central mexico are mike ross it has details in mexico city there are reports of buildings and office tower swaying crowds of people swarmed to mexico city's central reform avenue the usgs says the epicenter of the quake was in oaxaca state near the pacific coast and the border with good at state investigator say that a bakery truck crashed into a planned parenthood clinic in new jersey wednesday was deliberate and massachusetts man has been charged in iowa court rules that a woman who was paid is a surrogate to give a couple a child is not the legal parent she's going to appeal this is ap radio news former massachusetts governor and presidential candidate mitt romney made it official he wants to be the next us senator from utah romney feels his adopted home state is a perfect place to set an example for the nation's capital utah welcomes legal immigrants around the world washington sense emigrants a message of exclusion and on utah's capitol hill people treat one another with respect in an announcement video romney did not mention president trump or his administration but there is a history between the two going back before the 2016 election donald trump is a phony a fraud his promises or as worthless as a degree from trump university mitt romney will be a heavy favorite for the seat in the senate being vacated by orrin hatch i'm ed donahue the new yorker magazine says it's obtained a handwritten account from a former playboy playmate she claims that she had an affair with donald trump in two thousand six the.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on AP News

"Oaxaca state near the pacific coast and the border with good at allstate investigators say that a bakery truck crashed into a planned parenthood clinic in new jersey wednesday was deliberate and massachusetts man has been charged in iowa court rules that a woman who was paid is a surrogate to give a couple of child is not the legal parente she's going to appeal this is ap radio news former massachusetts governor and presidential candidate mitt romney made it official he wants to be the next us senator from utah romney feels his adopted home state is a perfect place to set an example for the nation's capital utah welcomes legal immigrants around the world washington since emigrants a message of exclusion and on utah's capitol hill people treat one another with respect in an announcement video romney did not mention president trump or his administration but there is a history between the two going back before the 2016 election donald trump is a phony a fraud this promises or as worthless as a degree from trump university mitt romney will be a heavy favorite for the seat in the senate being vacated by orrin hatch i'm ed donahue the new yorker magazine says it's obtained a handwritten account from a former playboy playmate she claims that she had an affair with donald trump in two thousand six the president denies it i'm jackie quinn ap radio news hey macho man wanted to the mic metro pcs on the iphone as the four zero dollars on a network that covers ninety nine percent of people in the us president play with the best switched to metro pcs an unlimited lg planet get a thirty two gig iphone sei dollars metro pcs coverage on building.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on AP News

"Oaxaca state near the pacific coast and the border with good atl state investigator say that a bakery truck crashed into a planned parenthood clinic in new jersey wednesday was deliberate and massachusetts man has been charged in iowa court rules that a woman who was paid is a surrogate to give a couple a child is not the legal parent she's going to appeal this is ap radio news former massachusetts governor and presidential candidate mitt romney made it official he wants to be the next us senator from utah romney feels his adopted home state is a perfect place to set an example for the nation's capital utah welcomes legal immigrants around the world washington since emigrants a message of exclusion and on utah's capitol hill people treat one another with respect in an announcement video romney did not mention president trump or his administration but there is a history between the two going back before the 2016 election donald trump is a phony a fraud his promises or as worthless as a degree from trump university mitt romney will be a heavy favorite for the seat in the senate being vacated by orrin hatch i made donahue the new yorker magazine says it's obtained a handwritten account from a former playboy playmate she claims that she had an affair with donald trump in two thousand six the president denies it i'm jackie quinn ap radio news kyrie's the high fashion hotline hi my husband inc heads just gave me an executive order stylish new outfits now now we're like oh gets all navy old navy yup get up to fifty percent ostro during only of his big president day sale up to fifty percent.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on AP News

"The head of the fbi to resign after learning that someone had tipped off the bureau about broward shooting suspect nicholas crews our tim mcguire report to tip came in on january fifth the person who was close to the accused school gunman saying he had weapons so desire to kill and could be plotting a school shooting the bureau admits a breakdown in protocol because he information was never passed on to agents in the miami field office special agent in charge robert laskey about half of myself and over one thousand employees of the miami field office we truly regret the need this will pay that this have caused investigators say crews opened fire on students faculty and staff at martry restored douglas high school killing seventeen people wounding fourteen others i'm tim mcguire funerals have been held for two of the victims david surprised he was a classmate of metropolitan says that he was talking to her shortly before she was killed i know that she's in a secret place now in the angels will be with you president trump visited with some of the shooting victims in the hospital and he's praised the first responders thirteen russians have been charged with using social media propaganda to interfere in the twenty sixteen election they were aiming to help donald trump enter hurt the hillary clinton campaign a seven point two magnitude earthquake has struck central mexico are mike ross it has details in mexico city there are reports of buildings and office tower swaying crowds of people swarmed to mexico city's central reform avenue the usgs says the epicenter of the quake was in oaxaca state near the pacific coast and the border with good at state investigator say that a bakery truck crashed into a planned parenthood clinic in new jersey wednesday was deliberate and massachusetts man has been charged in iowa court rules that a woman who was paid is a surrogate to give a couple a child is not the legal parent she's going to appeal this is ap radio news.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"In washington a powerful earthquake struck in mexico we get more details from corresponded mike runcie according to the us geological survey a powerful magnitude seven point two earthquake struck south and central mexico friday evening in mexico city there are reports of buildings and office tower swing crowds of people swarmed to mexico city's central reform avenue the usgs says the epicenter of the quake was in oaxaca state near the pacific coast and the border with good atl state there are no early reports of damage last september and earthquake left two hundred twenty eight people dead in mexico city and a total of three hundred sixty nine dead across the region many buildings are still damaged from that quake i mike rossi olympic gold medallists were normally highlyspecialized with a parttime ski racer parttime snowboarder has picked up the women's hooper g winter games in pyongyang chang south korea esterl deck of the czech republic edged out defending champion it at a vase of austria by just zero point over one seconds getting the better of a strong field of contenders including us star lindsay vaughn now the deccan must figure out her schedule as she could go for gold in the alpine downhill and the snowboarding parallel giant slalom president trump prays first responders for the work they did this week to save lives in the four the school shooting he was joined by first lady melania trump last night as they paid a visit the broward county sheriff's off two free college has been asking mitt romney use his first big speech as a utah said it candidate to call for action to prevent another deadly mass shooting as a legacy to those who have been killed and lost we also must take action to prevent tragedies like this from happening again and heaven forbid from happening in our great state romney says if elected to the us said that he would support stronger use of the fbi database of.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Christmas message today to call for a twostate solution to find peace in the middle east and prayed that the north korean nuclear situation can be resolved is also talked about the suffering reflected in the faces of little children citing warned other tensions in the middle east and africa it's been a shaking christmas day for mexicans to earthquakes hit the country today as npr scary con reports 2017 was a tough year for mexico when it comes to quakes early christmas morning a fourpoint oh quake struck off the coast of the southern state of oaxaca about 12 hours later another hidden gerardo state that four point seven temblor set off seismic alarms in the region as far north as mexico city this fall to major quake struck the country the first that magnitude eight point two killed nearly one hundred people in the southern states of oaxaca chiapas twelve days later a seven point one temblor hit outside mexico city more than three hundred people died in that quake most in the capital including nineteen children or crushed when they're elementary school built with faulty construction collapsed mexico city prosecutors of open more than one hundred fifty investigations into the collapse of four buildings due to that september nineteen quake carry con npr news mexico city it was a white christmas and new england but the area also had to deal with ice that made for hazardous driving conditions the national weather service a strong winds are forecast in the area through the night and that's already led to thousands of people without power bitterly cold air and dangerous wind chills will also affect the northern plains and upper midwest with snow accumulations up to four feet across western new york through wednesday the rockies in the northwest will also get wintry weather all street was closed today in observance of the christmas holiday asian markets are trading lower at.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Of mayors reveals that approximately eighty two mayors had been murdered in mexico since two thousand three and fifty since two thousand six last year the new york times wrote that the reason for the murder of so many mayors is that quote while a global media is fascinated by billionaire kingpins the war is evolving far beyond the drug trade cartels now fight for political power it's health and quote half the murders were committed in the states of oaxaca miss short can veracruz and guerrero with nearly twenty four thousand murders reported at the end of october mexico's murder rate has soared extraordinarily putting the country on track to reach a historically high death figure by the closing of two thousand seventeen surpassing the two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve war on drug numbers zimbabwe's first two postmugabe government has promised to re engage with international vendors curve spending and attract investors to revive its tattered economy as it proposed its budget finance minister patrick chinamasa told parliament last thursday while too as we focus on recovery of our economy we must shut miss behaviors and acts of indiscipline which have characterized the pass unquote news zimababwe president managal wwe has promised to tackle the corruption that had become endemic i derive robert mugabe's thirty seven year rule he also announced a three month amnesty window to individual charles and the companies who returned public funds illegally stashed abroad the most significant measure announced was the amount of end of the indigenisation laws that required fifty one percent of local ownership of land and enterprises and which undermined foreign investor participation and the confidence there were also indications that farm seized under mugabe's indigenisation programme most of them from white farmers could be returned as reports of the restitution of a few farms were reported kenya's opposition said today that it is postponing plans to swear in his leader ron ill a dingo as an alternative president the opposition coalition nasa had planned to inaugurate coding on tuesday kenya's independence day but has now put those plans asides perhaps in response to the kenyan attorney saying event would be an act of treason the coalition did say it would eventually announce a new date for the ceremony and its launch.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"In oaxaca the region moshe ache and during tuesday's devastating earthquake the probe buildings to the ground and killed at least two hundred ninety five people officials here say the rescue mission will continue until this certain there are no more survivors waiting to be rescued search and rescue teams from around the world and are starting to arrive in force including from the us where a number of cities have sent their own first risk bond is augmenting the work being done by the mexican counterparts and thousands of volunteers faxes jonathan hunt in mexico city president trump playing politics in alabama where last night he pushed his pick in the republicanrun off for senate the president stumping for incumbent luther strange luther is your man losers range is determined to drain that swab strange was appointed earlier this year when senator jeff sessions took over as attorney general i could not be more grateful for his friendship first of all and for the time he took out of an unbelievably busy schedule account alabata senator strange on fox friends he is up against former alabama chief justice roy moore also at that rally the president taking shots at senate republican john mccain who has come out against the latest gop healthcare bill to repeal and replace obamacare the president has a suggestion for nfl owners whose players decide to take a knee during the national anthem would you love to see one of these nfl alatas when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of go the field right now fire that trend started last year with quarterback colin kaepernick fox news fair and balanced.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on KOMO

"State of oaxaca and also in neighbouring stary curve shopper earned her bosco do we know what the rebuilding effort is going to look like in some of those more remote areas around oaxaca ngoepe us why were down there over the weekend in oaxaca and if pre e you know there are a lot of rebuilding if you a lot of how who were damaged or destroyed in the falgan trump carrying right now the core you hear ninety barrack accompanying like seventy of go coventy blows in wocka so it strange could not but it definitely agree every blocker you block the tree blocked dopey out there i will he destroyed and the neighbor so crack than kartiko the house that are still standing crack company hurts our habit of or or not but right now out of people are not taking the chair critters reeker out on the sidewalk door industry at an in karak so it could pretty a lot of people are going to record a lot and but there are out there you know the governor and her in a rare eastern who she conver to either but mr are the most earned and so i think if war of our recovery right now and you're trying to give people who'd and mirren crying temporary shelter and not great much recovering guarded here josh a lot of our listeners will remember the two thousand one earthquake around seattle that was a six point eight a quake yours is an eight point two which makes it something like fifty times stronger than what we felt then what was it like travelling from mexico city to oaxaca did things which could progressively worse who were there safe pockets i worked for cry i thought maybe i would be a lot of damage outside of uh who she karn will trigger you're the paper could have been affected most people i couldn't care or town on the coast called what will coach lot three hours away under third driving and i didn't see hardly any damage i mean mapping radical you can you really got about how they were uh tomorrow mocked wired up at the roads are still profitable and boulders could fall under the road and then you know when you.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"In the mexican state of oaxaca rebel and recovery and the hope of rescue cbs's adrienne bard rescuers has started to a ride in one haka where the destruction is most severe they are bringing trained dogs to sniff fan dig through the rubble in efforts to reach some of the survivors we know several people are still trapped underneath a hotel the key lapsed in the town of mattias rome it out we don't now if anyone is still alive eight point one earthquake killing at least sixty one people ecwa fax facing a storm of criticism over a hack that may have compromised personal data for some 100 and forty three million americans cbs news correspondent chip of evil lighten is a cybersecurity analyst this is basically there are mad data breaches it's at ten on a scale and went intact this is the third major hack avec with facts in less than two years makes you wonder did they do as much as they could and dine critics also wonder why equity facts waited six weeks to announce the hack and they want to know why three senior eggs that gives sold one point eight million dollars in equity fact stock soon after the hack was discovered weekly media address president trump promoting tax code over heart current burdensome tax code is a massive lead way against the american economy democrats media address the demise of dhaka the end of a dream congresswoman michelle lu zhang grissom in my mind dreamers make our country better unfortunately president trump cowardly eliminated protections.

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"oaxaca" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"oaxaca" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News i'm robert siegel and i'm ari shapiro off the coast of mexico late last night an eight point two magnitude earthquake the southern state of oaxaca was hardest hit local government says at least sixty people are dead that number is likely to rise ariani lives in walk a city she described the damage to the region by the fact that they don't matter various houses crumbled in fact the village where my grandma lives have twenty houses that also crumbled and in which he ton most of the municipal building was destroyed the town of who gitanas where much of the focus is now it's hospital has collapsed eduardo mendoza manages in aid organisation direct relief mexico he's in mexico city and he's trying to figure out how to get emergency supplies to who cheat on clements wrote i mean it it depends on the community of what concrete in he needs to be devastated by bold gold road you are a little bit more complicated especially considering that there's been a lot of rain over the last couple of 8 and we have a hurricane to hey uh any eastern mexico the union her you tomorrow morning who gitanas a is a city exits on the pacific coast most of of of oaxaca do you know it at all have if you've been there what what what can you tell us about which it on obt had ghana quote unquote of walked out located close to get your report however however it'd be at working hounded about seventy thousand people vote continued arguing it you know more of the deal the work collapsed men guinea levy there are going to be living in shelters i've seen some uh some video taken in who cheat on and there seemed to be a lot of corrugated metal roofs that have come off their buildings there they're do appear to be some scenes of terrible devastation in the in the town yes that's correct mexico city where it all could getting really uh suffered much standard but no mechnical had law that have enabled to create regulation that uh lee or gagging unfortunate eu community good are a little bit more rural don't actually have those regulations or is there strictly and then you have what is your organization direct relief mexico which are trying to do now directly lied garner medical donations in bomi and strong and within mexico could provide medical in two groups that have providing how services especially now.

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