And still more Amazon based photos.
Our program orientation included a trip to Cochasqui pyramids and interaction with a herd of llamas.
Our students and local counterparts practice their monkey call. The Wooly Monkeys are just meters aways
Members of the A'i (Cofan) community of Dureno work on their story as we prepare for a large mural project in the nearby city of Lago Agrio
Local community members, international students, and friends from around the Ecuadorian Amazon and Quito come together to paint.
Standing in front of our final mural, in which we declare that the local indigenous communities "are here" and need to be heard.
Martha Peñafiel, the communities incredible matriarch, shows us how to make the community's famous corn patties
For our final weekend, children worked with us to paint the mural in the background and then some games
To get in touch with Tzawata's struggle, we must first understand our own. Kimberly shares her's with us.
International students and local community members create an incredible story on the bank of the River Ansu
Our instructor, Wilson Pico, says that this particular exploration/dance was better than a professional performance he saw shortly before. It was truly remarkable
Our Mariscal and Tzawata participants take a break from their course work to travel to the Highlands and learn about other communities and their stories