Happy mid-week friends! Today is Wednesday of education and family in La Voz with Mariel Fiori. I spoke with Gabriela Avila, director of the Habla Spanish teaching program, about her work in Involucrarte AC in Mexico with survivors of domestic violence, and how the 500 years of colonialism created a patriarchal culture that makes being a woman in Mexico a extreme sport. The holistic psychologist Dora Inés Grosso spoke of the 4 agreements of Toltec philosophy applied to the upbringing of children. For more, you can read this article published in La Voz magazine. We present the 7th installment of the dramatization of The Diary of Anna Frank, and the musician Tall Juan invited us on Friday to BSP to listen to cumbia villera, punk and reggae. The O Postive Festival has an incredible program, and at Radio Kingston we have free wristbands for anyone who wants to attend any of the events. The full program is here.