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Renzo F. Moyano is the latest addition to the Kichwa Hatari team. Born in Venezuela and raised in New York City, Renzo can trace his Muisca and Kichwa roots to the Andes. A student of anthropology and environmental studies, his passion lies in exploring the dynamic between today’s indigenous social justice and radical ecology movements. After finishing his undergraduate studies at Colby College, Renzo decided to study the Kichwa language. Returning to New York City he quickly learned about the Kichwa Hatari radio program and the rest is history.

Renzo F. Moyano es la última adición al equipo Kichwa Hatari. Nacido en Venezuela y criado en Nueva York, Renzo traza sus raízes Muisca y Kichwa hacia los Andes. Un estudiante de antropología y estudios ambientales, su pasión es explorar la dinámica entre los movimientos radicales indígena y de ecología. Después de graduarse con un B.A. de Colby College, Renzo decidió comenzar a estudiar la lengua Kichwa. Regresando a Nueva York se enteró sobre el programa Kichwa Hatari y el resto es historia.

1979631_10204382148136176_6906696151473271263_nMy name is Mirian Caguana; I was born in October 9th, 1992 in El Tambo, Cañar, Ecuador. My parents Segundo y Rosa Caguana, because of some circumstances they had to migrate to New York, leaving me with my grandmother who raised me since I was a baby. That’s doesn’t mean that I didn’t have a happy and good childhood, it was different from other kids who had their parents with them but I had my grandma who I love, respect and admire and I am grateful for her. I went to Alfonzo Maria Ortiz as my primary school; I study for 3 years in El Colegio Agropecuario Nacional el Tambo then I transfer for my 4th year to Intituto Superior Jose Peralta. In 2007, I had the opportunity to be reunited with my parents and travel to New York. In June of 2010, I graduated from Long Island City High School, finishing and reaching one of my goals. I am currently enrolled at La Guardia Community College. Also, I am part of the Kichwa Hatari team, working together with Radio el tambo stereo. We have been working in new projects like Voces del Cañar and also Kawsay Magazine.

Mi nombre es Mirian Caguana, nacida el Octubre 9 de 1992, en el Tambo, Provincia de Cañar, Ecuador. Mis padres Segundo y Rosa Caguana por sircunstancias de la vida tuvieron que migrar a los Estados Unidos dejandome al cuidado de mi abuela cuando yo era solo una bebe, eso no quita que tuve una infancia feliz junto a quien hoy amo,respeto y admiro mucho, mi abuela Maria Transito Yupa. Estudie en la escuela Mixta Alfonso Maria Ortiz, donde culmine mis estudios primarios, luego estudie mis 3 primeros años de secundaria en el Colegio Nacional el Tambo. Para el 4to año de secundaria me tranferi al Instituto Superior Jose Peralta donde solo pude concluir con ese año lectivo. En el 2007, tuve la opotunidad de reunirme con mis padres y viajar a New York, donde actualmente recido. En el junio del 2010 culmine mis estudios secundarios y me gradue de la Long Island City High School. Actualmente estudio Administracion de Empresas en La Guardia Community College. Formo parte de este gran equipo como lo es Kichwa Hatari, junto a la Radio El Tambo stereo donde eh aprendido y compartido mucho. Junto a ellos hemos empezado el proyecto Voces del Cañar, y sobre todo donde ahora nace Kawsay Magazine.

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(June 2015 – Present) Virginia Black is a pursuing a Master’s of in Science in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia  University. She is a FLAS Fellow and is currently studying Kichwa in Quito while researching the  political rhetoric of the Rights of the Environment in Ecuador and its origins in the Sumak Kawsay  movement.

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