Me encanta being bilingual, reflecting on expensive azzLASA 2016 y el golpe actual en Brasil

Del taller "Hip Hop al Sur", Luis Cárcamo-Huechante (chair), , Miguel Villejas (Mixteco en Califas), Mare Advertencia Lirika (Zapoteca en  México), Luanko Minuto Soler (Mapuche en Chile).  Yo amo el hip hop!

Del taller “Hip Hop al Sur”, Luis Cárcamo-Huechante (chair), , Miguel Villejas (Mixteco en Califas), Mare Advertencia Lirika (Zapoteca en México), Luanko Minuto Soler (Mapuche en Chile). Yo amo el hip hop, who got the mic!

Camiseta Brasil democracia de luto

Respaldando al pueblo democratico en Brasil/Backing up the democratic peoples of Brazil

Espalda camiseta No al golpe

Un rotundo ¡NO! al golpe

libros regalo de LASA sobre Colombia (no el Diegito, por su puesto

Libros regalados del compa del panel “Colombia en el laberinto:  desafíos internos y retos externos en un potencial escenario del pos conflicto”.  El de Louise Lowe, “Posconflicto e impacto del modelo minero-extractivo sobre el medio ambiente” en La Política Exterior Colombiana esta buenísimo!    Gifted books from a compa from the panel “Colombia in the labyrinth:  internal and external challenges in a potencial pos conflict scene”. The one by Louise Lowe, “Post conflict and the impact on the environment by the extractive mining model” is really great!

 

Code switching is great, in understanding things in twice as many facets using different lobes del cerebro.  Le agradezco a mi Mamá, y mi Papá, a mis hermanas, a ese profe de esa clase de español en Odessa College, a mis amiges/compas, a las comunidades sandinistas en Nicaragua, al Colombia Media Project, a las comunidades zapatistas en Chiapas, México, a los pueblos colombianos, y a los Chicanos, a México, y a la Escuela Popular Norteña.  Por, como dijo Gloria Anzaldua, “(Reteji) mi lengua cuya me la habian cortaron/I reattached my tongue which they had cut” (o algo parecido, tu sabes el espanglich/or something like that, you know how espanglich iz).

It was great seeing the effect de las masas bravas contra el golpe en Brasil, el Fernando Henrique Cardoso ni se atrevío mostrar la cara ni su rostro golpista, aun después de aceptar la invitación pa’ dar charla en LASA (Latin American Studies Association 2016 in NYC!). Y aun el presidente saliente de LASA, reconocío ese dicho fracaso, en hablar largamente sobre el golpe en Brasil y su oposición nuevamente empujada, en su discurso de bienvenida al congreso.

Fue chevere ver el efecto of the peoples against the coup in Brazil, that Fernando Henrique Cardoso didn’t dare show his ass, nor his coup-y profile, even after having accepted the invitación to give a talk in LASA (Asociación de Estudios Latino Américanos 2016 en la Cuidad de Nueva York!).  And even the out-going LASA president, recognized that bungling, when he spoke at length on the coup in Brazil and his newly found and pushed opposition, in his welcoming speech in the Congress.

The legislative coups continue (Honduras, Paraguay, now Brazil) with the fascist masculinists impeaching the first women president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, and replacing her more or less balanced gendered government with an all male and largely white one.  The fascists always think they are so slick – replacing the Partido dos Trabalhadores (Workers Party) because of supposed corruption with the real corrupt ones.  Now it is up to the Brazilian people, the MST, their international supporters and the rest of the world, not to let this coup stand.  ¡Adelante!

Los golpes legislativos siguen (Honduras, Paraguay y ahora Brasil) con los machos fascistas destituyando a la primera mujer presidenta, Dilma Rousseff, y reemplazando su gobierno más o menos balanciado en terminos de genero, con uno totalmentede hombres y casi todo blanco.  Los facistas siempre piensan que tienen la ventaja – reemplazando el Partido de les Trabajadores dado su supuesta corrupción, con los rotundamente corruptos.  Ahora nos toca a les Brasileñes, al MST, a sus apoyadores internationales y al resto del mundo no dejar este golpe seguir en pie.  Forward!

La vida sí es rica, y el pueblo tiene todo el poder! All power to the people, we don’t stop!

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