Narcisa Dagua, "A Rubber Gathering Woman: Going to Steal a Charcoal Trader Man."
From interviews with Tod D. Swanson
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Tod Swanson, "Narcisa Dagua, 'A Rubber Gathering Woman: Going to Steal a Charcoal Trader Man'" Youtube video. 1:03 May 2, 2012. https://youtu.be/hgVD8tG_WBY
This Pastaza Kichwa song expresses the foreboding love of a rubber gathering woman for a charcoal trading man. The unspoken difference separating the woman from the man is that in the Ecuadorian Amazon region rubber gatherers were indigenous people who lived off the forest while charcoal traders were settlers that burned and destroyed it.