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... closed off and large tents erected to cover the participants in case of rain, and it did rain slightly but fortunately held off until much later. Two baleadas would be a full meal and might sit heavy in the stomach. There was an eating contest and the "comillon" (glutton) of the year won by downing 26 baleadas. (I did not try the baleadas which looked great, but I have a slight fear of eating in the street, especially fresh cheese.)
... t hesitate to put on their new shorts right away. It was so exciting to see them all so happy.
After, we had our last group reflection. For the first time I had to pass on speaking (I know, shocking right?) I was so choked up I couldn’t talk. Just being sad about leaving, how much I am going to miss everyone, but most of all being so scared that I am going to lose someone else about whom I care very much. I really have been an emotional wreck. ...
... the common good. Consequently, society and the economy have been spiraling downward since the coup.
Prior to the 2009 military coup, freedom and democracy were making inroads into the malaise, but now the power structure looks something like this:
At the top of this asymmetrical and entirely dysfunctional political economy are transnational corporations, including banks. They are the free-marketeers/slavers that are seamlessly aligned with ...
... as Melo had his evening radio talk program called "America Libre" at 8 pm, so we didn't stay around and made it to the radio station in time for the program in which both Pedro and I participated. Melo received a text message inviting us to the home of Julian - so after the program we went to the home of Julian (which I already knew as I was there the weekend before for the birthday of his little brother). Julian was off celebrating with his friends but his parents had purchased ...
... and are involved in human rights investigations and reports. One of their publications is the quarterly ENVIO that I now have 8 editions to read! I met quite a number of the workers but I was interrupting their work, so my hellos were brief.
We returned to the Jesuit home where Melo and Pedro live with an American Jesuit (Padre Roberto) who has been working elsewhere so far this week. One of the workers from the radio station who ...