Monday, May 10, 2021 7:00 PM
Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
Program on Latin America and the Caribbean presents
La Guerra del
Agua: Detrás de las Barricadas en Cochabamba
The Water War:
Behind the Barricades in Cochabamba
You are invited
to a learn about the true story of what happened during the 2000 Water War in
Cochabamba, Bolivia. Through this conversation with Rocío Peñaranda Llanos and
Dan Moriarty, you will learn about the reality of life in this city nestled in
the Andean foothills. We will explore the historical context that led to
the uprising, the events that unfolded during the revolt and how life has
changed in Cochabamba since the end of the Water War.
It is highly
recommended that attendees watch the movie También la lluvia before this event.
The movie is available on Netflix.
conversation will be in Spanish.
Rocío Peñaranda Llanos
Rocío Peñaranda is a language teacher from Cochabamba, Bolivia. She is currently the Founding Spanish Teacher at Girls Global Academy and an instructor at the International Language Institute in Washington, DC, and a translator for the Maryknoll Lay Missioners. Trained at the Alliance Française, the Maryknoll Language Institute, and Universidad Mayor de San Simón in Cochabamba, she has taught Spanish, English, and French to students from pre-school to adult in a variety of settings. She is a musician, playing guitar and singing in Spanish and French. She lives with her husband, Dan Moriarty, and their two teenage sons.
Catholic Missioner and Peace Advocate
Dan Moriarty is the Sustainable Pathways to Peace Coordinator at the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns in Washington, advocating for peace and justice in U.S. foreign policy. He worked for many years in human rights, youth and prison ministry, teaching Conflict Transformation, and building and directing an immersion program with Maryknoll in Bolivia. He has B.A. in Sociology from the College of William and Mary and an M.A. in International Peace Studies from the University of Notre Dame. Dan lives with his wife, Rocío Peñaranda, and their two teenage sons.
Co-sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics and the Department of Geography and the Environment
Click here to register
For more more information or to request additional accommodation arrangements, please contact Havva Karakas Keles, email@example.com.