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  1. Jeff Bezos and the United States of Amazon – podcast | News | The Guardian

    In 1994, Jeff Bezos founded Amazon, the company that has since made him the richest man in the world. Julia Carrie Wong charts the company’s success and controversies. Plus: Jim Waterson on why young people aren’t watching the news anymore


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  2. #TroleaNomás: Andrea Burga tiene discapacidad visual y odia que la usen para motivar a la gente

    Detalles sobre el hip nuevo hip canciller hip Óscar Maúrtua. El retorno a clases ¿para cuándo? Y entrevista a Andrea Burga, comunicadora con discapacidad visual, que es tan odiosa como cualquier mortal.

    urracos: Laura Grados y Andy Livise. producción: Útero.Pe

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOL5IdtKB4Y
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    Tagged with news & politics

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    SUSCRIBETE!!! SUSCRIBETE!!! SUSCRIBETE!!! Bienvenido a "Alofoke Radio Show" donde podrás disfrutar entrevistas exclusivas de artistas como Bad Bunny, Ozuna, El Alfa, también puedes ver entrevistas Politicas como a nuestro Presidente Luis Abinader, también el ex presidente Hipólito Mejía y mas. Hablamos de música, analizamos y debatimos también intereses general.

    Suscribete y activa la campana de notificaciones!

    Síguenos en: https://www.instagram.com/alofokeradiord/ https://www.facebook.com/SantiagoMatiasAlofokeMusic https://twitter.com/matiasgarciard/ https://www.alofokemusic.net

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pihmCIbsgAI
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    Tagged with news & politics

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  4. Download - Episode 53: Doughnut Economics | Podbean

    "See the Doughnut not the ____"

    Have you ever wondered why cities constantly face a variety of environmental challenges – like climate change – and social failings that have resulted in egregious inequities and injustices?  What is the origin story behind an economic model that values material production, Bezos-level wealth accumulation, a philosophy of “sell-more-and-forever,” and designed obsolescence – leading to the massive disposal of stuff – above all else, including the activities and experiences that most people see as making life actually worth living?

    What if a Doughnut could help us re-imagine the purpose of – and criteria of success for – our cities?  What might that look like in practice?

    Dr. Yannick Beaudoin of the David Suzuki Foundation is our tour guide on a quick trip through economic history steeped in patriarchy, conquest and conquering.  It might not exactly be the Marvel Universe, but it is filled with twists and turns you won’t want to miss!

    Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/breezybullhorn  

    Support us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/BreezyBullhorn  

    Email us at breezybullhorn@gmail.com


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