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Entries by Kety Esquivel from 04/2010

BlogHer 2006 - 2010 and Latinas in Social Media

| Posted 04.01.2010 | Technology

About four years ago I met Lisa Stone the originator of BlogHer, co-founder of BlogHer with Elisa Camahort Page and Jory Des Jardins at a retreat in O...

So We Marched -- Now What?

| Posted 04.09.2010 | Politics

Rumor has it that the same politicians who promised our community immigration reform in return for votes are now asking the community to hold off until the next election.

Cochabamba PWCCC - Latinos and the Environment

| Posted 04.14.2010 | Huffington Post

This blog post was written by Angela Adrar, Lance Rios and myself (Kety Esquivel). "As a Colombiana naturalized in the US, going to Cochabamba for t...

Musings on Start Ups and Entrepreneurship

| Posted 04.15.2010 | Huffington Post

My friend Chris Rabb (from AfroNetizen, writer, consultant, speaker, fellow at Demos and visiting researcher at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson ...

Pachamama, Cochabamba and Our Grain of Sand

| Posted 04.20.2010 | Green

I've been in Cochabama, Bolivia now for the People's World Conference for Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth for a day but I feel like its ...

United in Song and Spirit for Mother Earth, aka Pachamama

| Posted 04.21.2010 | Green

2010-04-21-bolivia.jpg Without exception, everyone I have interviewed to date at Cochabamba is clear that the power of change belongs to the people.

I Am Meeting with the Bolivian President Tomorrow - Any Questions?

| Posted 04.21.2010 | Green

Tomorrow I am meeting with the Bolivian president. I thought I would create an open thread here for you to leave any questions that you want me to ...

President Evo Morales Dancing with the People on Earth Day at PWCCC

| Posted 04.23.2010 | Green

Not only did this year mark the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, it was also the first anniversary of the last day of the People's World Conference for ...