Images from a Quito-based semester, including the neighboring rural community of Pintag!
Finding multiple ways to narrate our stories. Alice singing that the "Third generation of women will be free"
Our local Nina Shunku counterpart Gladys has some fun in front of a mural of Transito Amaguaña, an Ecuadorian indigenous activist
Our students were invited to work at the US Embassy's election night event, where they impersonated important women from US history.
Recognizing our identities as complicated collective knots, we decided to experiment with human knots.
Our students find common historical connections with women in Pintag... both have powerful women figures that were once called witches
Very near Pintag is this lovely waterfall, with scholarship recipients from the Amazon and Guayaquil, Marcos.
Our local counterparts on route with us to the Tiputini Biodversity Station, deep in the Amazon Rainforest
Students and local community members rest on a "small" branch of this Ceibo tree high above the rainforest
Our friends from the Amazon made us stop the car to see some funky white stuff along the mountain road