Today we are taking you on a trip to Colombia in South America. Yes, it’s summertime and it’s time to escape…with music that will make you want to dance. But more than that, we’ll be diving deep into the reality of Colombian change makers. What does life look like for change makers over there? What can we learn from them and from the challenges they face in their country? We find out, with our guest speaker & friend Liz Arnedo. This mixtape is primarily designed for 3 specific situations: * S1: You are thinking of taking Latin dance classes but you need this extra boost of motivation to help you finally subscribe to the course. * S2: You are thinking of going to Columbia for a vacation to discover the coffee region, the historic heritage and the beautiful landscapes. We give you the context you need! * S3: You invited your neighbours for a thematic Colombian dinner, and you need a good soundtrack. This mix is “GUTS – Columbian Pura nr. 8” by Shearer, and it’s been the soundtrack in our office for the last few weeks. Let’s go! Link to original mixtape: https://soundcloud.com/anal-shearer/colombian-pura-mixtape-n8 Complimentary Resources: Surviving in the City: Bogota, Colombia – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Antanas Mockus: Cities on Speed: Bogota Change / The Inspiring Story Antanas Mockus – Documentary. 2009. Presidential candidate Antanas Mockus closes his campaign – PK Archive. In Spanish. The Art of Changing a City – NY Times [article]. 2015. These are the Five Reasons Mockus won the Presidency – Huffington Post [article].