#074 En este episodio, la abogada Barbara Vazquez del bufete de abogados de inmigración, Vazquez & Servi, P.C. les trae información actualizada sobre el estatus del programa de DACA incluyendo información sobre la propuesta de regulación federal por la Administración Biden para fortalecer el programa. ¡Escuchen este episodio y suscríbase a nuestro podcast PA'LANTE MI GENTE! Haga “clic” en el enlace para mantenerse informado. https://bit.ly/3jnUMO3
In this episode, we chat with Zaira Solano founder of Solano Law Firm about traveling internationally as a DACA recipient and what does that entail. Zaira is an immigration lawyer who discovered her passion for immigration during law school. In 2011, Zaira founded Solano Law Firm with a focus on immigration law to serve the Latino community. She believes in providing honest representation and educating clients throughout the process. While U.S. passport holders can freely traveling to many countries without visas or other travel documentation, DACA recipients have some a different story. We chat about what type of international travel is allowed for DACA recipients, what is needed, and a whole lot more! Where to find us after the show: SOLANO LAW FIRM Instagram: @solanoimmigrationlawfirm TikTok: @solanoimmigrationlawyer OH MY! TRAVEL PODCAST Instagram: @ohmytravelpodcast JEANINE Instagram: @lewildexplorer blog: lewildexplorer.com MARTHA Instagram: @marthagetsit
El distrito escolar esta buscando individuxs para muchos empleos. Existen trabajos inmediatamente como maestrx de español, conserje, secretarix, y más. Toda persona aplicando tiene que tener papeles, incluyendo DACA, permiso de trabajo, visa U, y otras. Los beneficios son muchos. #SRCS #COVID Santa Rosa City Schools has immediate openings for employment. Individuals are invited to apply and contribute to the education of our next generation of leaders. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rafael-vazquez7/support
A University of Texas at Austin student who planned to apply to an Obama-era initiative for immigrants who came to America as children is stuck in limbo after a Texas judge halted the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
We all have a bias towards what it means to be an “undocumented worker” in America. We think it's cut and dry. We think it's black and white. Well if that is what we think… Then I promise you we are not Walking With People… we are Standing On Issues. In today's show, we have the honor of hearing from Bambadjan Bamba. An award-winning actor, filmmaker, and immigrant rights advocate. He has worked in prominent roles on numerous hit television shows like NBC's The Good Place, ABC's Grey's Anatomy, Amazon's Bosch and in blockbuster films like Marvel's Black Panther, DC comic's Suicide Squad and Oscar-nominated film Beginners. In 2017 Bambadjan publicly disclosed that he was a recipient of the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) that is in danger of being terminated. Ever since Bambadjan has used his inspirational story to change the conversation around immigration. Thanks for listening fam. This is the good stuff… Join the millions of Americans already loving Chime. Signup takes only two minutes, and doesn't affect your credit score! Get started today at chime.com/HUMANHOPE --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Today's episode is dedicated to the hundreds of thousands of people whose future has been in limbo for more than a decade, and those who are waiting, working and wishing for a chance at the American dream. It's time their voices were heard.If you watch the news, you've likely seen stories about DACA - which is an abbreviation for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. DACA was created via Executive Order in 2012 and made it possible for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US as children to apply for driver's licenses, social security numbers, and work permits. The following year, Ric launched Golden Door Scholars (GDS), which provides scholarship and career opportunity to undocumented students. Since 2013, Golden Door Scholars has awarded 473 four-year scholarships and has seen applications from nearly 10,000 other high-achieving applicants. Our team has created a community of students who believe in themselves and support each other - despite the reality that in the 10 years since DACA was put into place as a ‘temporary' solution, Congress has failed to pass legislation that would create a permanent solution or a path to citizenship. Our two guests today are part of this remarkable community.This is 3 Things, with Maggie and Teresa. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Reforma migratoria, DACA, expectativas a 9 meses del inicio de la administración del Presidente Joe Biden. Escuche eso y más en un resumen de nuestra charla reciente con las abogadas de inmigración Kathia Quiros y Martha Menendez. También: Segunda parte de la serie donde nuestro equipo bilingüe reflexiona sobre el significado del Mes de la Herencia Hispana.
for community feedback as part of creating a new plan or program, was not followed by Obama. Biden has now started the process of 60 days to get community feedback and then legally maintain the program. #daca #dacamented #bidenmoreofthesame --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rafael-vazquez7/support
Avem știri triste, știri vesele, știri ude, știri proaspete, avem de toate. Intrați de vedeți cu urechile voastre! Daca nu, punem gâsca pe voi. Timestamps: 0:00 – Intro 9:51 – Paul s-a jucat Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow și Untitled Goose Game 18:32 – Edgar s-a jucat Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 29:28 – Lopata Moldovei 38:03 – Activision Blizzard suspectat că distruge dovezi în timpul investigației; Blizz primit ca nu mai pun nume de angajați în jocuri, thus solving everything; Fortnite a a omagiat pe MLK Jr. si totul a decurs normal, not; 52:26 – Angajații Unity n-ar vrea să lucreze cu armata, ce?; China face un George Takei's 1969; Apple cedează un pic față de Epic; A avut loc Gamescom; Developer s-a lasat de jocuri din cauza lui Steam; YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/jocsivorbe1416 Twitch: www.twitch.tv/jocsivorbe iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-vorbe/id1331438601 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3RFgOJDgyEnpvkUQoSh0Tc Facebook: www.facebook.com/JocSiVorbe/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jocsivorbe/ Discord: https://discord.gg/m5a6DDfBFc Tip Jar: https://ko-fi.com/jocsivorbe Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jocsivorbe RSS și linkuri de download: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:281506836/sounds.rss
Infonavit reporta beneficios por la reforma al outsourcing. Gobierno de Joe Biden hace nuevo intento para salvar el programa DACA que protege a migrantes. El presidente López Obrador insiste que hay conservadoras dentro del movimiento feminista. Cada vez más cerca el estreno de la temporada final de Luis Miguel, la serie. Conade reduce la beca mensual a deportistas que participaron en los Juegos Olímpicos. Maca Carriedo y Javier Garza comentan algunas de las noticias que son tendencia este jueves. Esperamos tus comentarios en nuestra cuenta de Instagram: @expansion.daily Recuerda que esta y más información puedes leerla en Expansión.
For the next weeks, we will be re-sharing the top 6 episodes of Peruvians of USA Season 2! ************************************************ En este episodio conocemos a Mecir Ureta. Un joven peruano, mentor y defensor de estudiantes indocumentados en California. Esta es la primera parte de mi conversación con Mecir donde comparte consejos y una variedad de recursos para estudiantes con indocumentados. La próxima semana compartiremos la segunda parte de la entrevista con Mecir. ¡Espero que les guste! Mecir A. Ureta (He/Him/His) born and raised in Lima, Perú is a Peruanx, First-Generation, Latinx, Indigenous, and Social Justice Advocate in California. He Came to the U.S. in 2003. At an early age, he understood that one day he would face the reality of being Undocumented. Through his journey, Mecir has been involved with multiple immigrant organizations and movements, one of them being the "Dreamer" movement, although, he does not call himself a "Dreamer". These experiences amongst his love for his family and community have influenced his passion for Higher Education. A former College Tennis Player, Mecir holds an Associate's in Sociology, Bachelor's in Spanish with an Emphasis on Latin-American Literature, and a Master's in College Counseling. In his current roles, he serves as the Senior Coordinator of Undocumented Students Services at Cal Poly Pomona in Los Angeles. A program was founded to provide support services and resources to immigrant communities at his institution. In his practice, Mecir uses a Holistic approach to empower and lift the experiences of his students. Fun Fact: Hincha de Universitario De Deportes y DJ. Connect with Mecir @mecir_90 En este episodio: Como organizo un movimiento estudiantil para presentar los desafíos y demandas de estudiantes indocumentados en Cal Poly Pomona a la facultad y administración Sus consejos para estudiantes indocumentados en secundaria / high school Becas para estudiantes indocumentados: United we dream: https://unitedwedream.org/ and Immigrants Rising: https://immigrantsrising.org/ Porque no se define como “Dreamer” o “soñador” Y como podemos ayudar a la comunidad indocumentada Ways to support the podcast: Give us a review on Apple Podcast Become a Listener Supporter, see link in bio Visit our Online Store and help us change the narrative with our t-shirt: “El Mejor Amigo de un Peruano es otro peruano.” Also available in feminine (“peruana”) and gender-neutral (“peruanx”) versions Follow Peruvians of USA Podcast on IG: @peruviansofusa Like our page on Facebook! Check out our scholarship "Javier Bordales Huaripata" --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/support
Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con Susana Mangana, profesora con doctorado en estudios árabes e islámicos, sobre la petición del fiscal de la CPI a que se autoricen investigaciones sobre crímenes contra la humanidad en Afganistán: “El fiscal Karim Khan está intentando retomar lo que Fatou Bensouda había intentado en marzo del 2020”, ya que “Ya se sabía que las declaraciones iniciales de los talibanes eran solamente para apaciguar los ánimos a nivel internacional”. El abogado de inmigración, John Pratt, nos habló sobre la reformulación que pretende realizar la administración Biden en el programa DACA: “Lo que está intentando hacer la administración Biden poniendo estas regulaciones y aceptando que haya comentarios por los próximos 60 días, es establecer que el DACA no solo sean pólizas informales del gobierno”, dijo, y opinó: “Este es un intento de la administración Biden de formalizar que las personas con el DACA puedan continuar teniéndolo”. Aaron Olmos, economista y especialista en Finanzas de Empresas, nos habló sobre la 'pausa operativa' por la reconversión monetaria: “Básicamente esto se hace para poner en orden y afinar todos los criterios técnicos de las plataformas y sistemas, para que las operaciones se puedan hacer con la nueva denominación”. Y sobre la caída del Banco de Venezuela, comentó: “Es normal que el sistema se caiga unos minutos, pero que pase 5 días caído ya no tiene sentido, no es algo lógico”. Desde Bogotá nos atendió Julio Borges, coordinador de Primera Justicia, nos habló sobre las razones del retiro del partido de los espacios que atienden la materia sobre los activos de Venezuela en el exterior: “Pensamos desde hace 3 años que había que crear un mecanismo con dos metas claras: proteger los activos y hacer su manejo independiente de los partidos, para que se preserven en manos de los venezolanos”, explicó, y opinó: “Este manejo de los activos lo que ha hecho es que nos desenfoquemos de nuestra única meta, que es el cambio político en Venezuela”. También nos atendió el coordinador de la sección política del periódico La Prensa Gráfica, Denni Portillo, para hablarnos sobre los 98 jueces juramentados por la CSJ de El Salvador: “Esta decisión abre la puerta definitiva al control del Poder Judicial en una sola persona, que es el presidente Bukele… Estamos hablando de que todavía hay un vacío de 150 jueces que tienen que cubrir esta juramentación que ellos hicieron el domingo”, dijo. Y para cerrar, el periodista Jorg Metzer nos habló sobre la incertidumbre en Alemania después de las últimas elecciones: “Hay dos opciones: la coacción de semáforo (formada por la SPD, los verdes y la FDP) o la coalición de Jamaica (formada por la unión de los verdes, el FDP y la unión de la CDU/CSU)… Los ojos están puestos sobre la FDP y los verdes, ya que dependiendo de su preferencia podrían convertir a Scholz o a Laschet en cancilleres”, expuso.
Fuerte golpiza recibió pastor luego de que un padre descubriera la peor acción contra su pequeño hijo. El hecho, ocurrido en Estados Unidos, fue capturado en video por el padre del menor. El gobierno de Biden sigue en la pelea por mantener vigente el Programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia, mejor conocido como DACA. La administración, anunció una nueva regulación que podría salvar el beneficio que ampara a cientos de miles de inmigrantes. Y el chisme más picante del día se lo lleva la ex de Lupillo Rivera, Mayela Alonso, por mostrarse haciendo caridad en las redes sociales recibió todo tipo de comentario. ¿Quién tiene la razón? Entérate de todas estas noticias y más en el nuevo episodio de MundoNOW y comparte este contenido en tus redes para que más personas se mantengan conectados e informados. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The early days of the pandemic were marked by lockdowns, masks, and social distancing. Each imposed restriction further eroded normal socialization, leading many Americans to sink into anxiety and depression.Jon Seidl, author of the new book "Finding Rest: A Survivor's Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life," had his own mental health struggles brought on by the rise of COVID-19."I'll never forget where I was about that time in March," says Seidl, who has obsessive compulsive disorder and recalls how his "anxiety just raged."Seidl joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss his book and offer Americans some hope in pushing through on their mental health problems.We also cover these stories:President Joe Biden gets his third dose, or “booster,” of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.The Department of Homeland Security presents a new rule to revise the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA.Homicides rose by about 30% last year, the FBI says. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A moment on Folsom. President Biden plans to create a rule to bring back DACA. Pfizer plans to start testing a HIV drug that could prevent COVID in those with close exposure. Pfizer CEO says it's a matter of "days, not weeks" for the company to submit data on COVID vaccines in ages 5-11 for FDA review. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Biden Administration is trying to preserve DACA after a setback in a Texas courtroom. Boyd looks at the administration's options and the opinion of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas that only Congress can fix the problem. He also shows how most Americans want the same things when it comes to immigration reform and why Washington gets in the way. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Senate's parliamentarian said that Democrats could not use the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill to create a pathway to citizenship for the millions of undocumented people in the U.S. At the same time, over 14,000 Haitian migrants began to arrive at the Texas-Mexico border in recent days in order to seek asylum. Several hundreds of them have been deported back to Haiti, using a pandemic-related policy adopted by the Trump administration. Denea Joseph, an undocumented DACA recipient and national immigrant rights activist, joins us to discuss the latest immigration news. And in headlines: the Biden administration eases travel restrictions on fully vaccinated foreign nationals flying to the U.S., the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine provokes a strong immune response in children 5 to 11 years old, and Russia recently held a national election and Putin is still the President. Show Notes: Al Jazeera: “Border Patrol Use Whips And Horses To Chase Asylum Seekers” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5TFycl444U For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Thousands of migrants -- most of whom are from Haiti -- have been removed from an encampment in the town of Del Rio, Texas, along the U.S. southern border as U.S. officials have started to take more aggressive steps to stop the encampment from growing further. Major recent developments in Congress will also touch on the broader U.S. immigration policy. Yamiche Alcindor and Lisa Desjardins report. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Thousands of migrants -- most of whom are from Haiti -- have been removed from an encampment in the town of Del Rio, Texas, along the U.S. southern border as U.S. officials have started to take more aggressive steps to stop the encampment from growing further. Major recent developments in Congress will also touch on the broader U.S. immigration policy. Yamiche Alcindor and Lisa Desjardins report. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Robb Ryerse and Dan Deitrich discuss the week's political headlines through the lens of the Common Good. Robb Ryerse is a pastor, author, and Political Organizer at Vote Common Good. You can find his book about running for congress as a Progressive Republican in Arkansas here: Running For Our Lives @RobbRyerse The Common Good Podcast is produced and edited by Daniel Deitrich. @danieldeitrich Our theme music is composed by Ben Grace. @bengracemusic votecommongood.com votecommongood.com/podcast facebook.com/votecommongood twitter.com/votecommon
"Lamida desviada" el nuevo y stupid reto de TikTok, que pone en riesgo la salud de muchos jóvenes, son nuestros nominados del día. Los cupos en las UCIS se reducen por cuenta de la sobreocupación de camas, por cuenta de la variante Delta en California.Consejos para que nuestro negocio progrese y que no muera en el intento, con Andrés Gutiérrez en por dinero baila el perro.
Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard came up with legislation that if approved by the Senate and signed by Biden, would allow a few million individuals who came as children to gain legal status. Different from DACA, this would apply to people who came as minors, but who also came prior to January 1, 2021. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rafael-vazquez7/support
This week on a special episode of “Off The Cuff,” the team provides a quick update on developments surrounding the budget reconciliation process and how the Build Back Better Act will impact higher education policies. Rachel and Karen dive right into the legislation making its way through the House and specifically highlight what the current version of the text could mean for maximum Pell Grants, Pell for DACA recipients, free community college, tuition assistance at minority serving institutions, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, and completion grants. Stay tuned to Today's News for more breaking developments concerning the legislative package.
Philosopher Stefan Molyneux engages in a powerful conversation about - well everything to do with love, marriage, dating, politics - from the man's side, and then the woman's...FROM THE MAN:Hello Stefan!I'm 26 years old and have found the woman of my dreams. She's a beautiful, virtuous, intelligent, reasonable, woman who I would love to marry and spend the rest of my life with.However, I don't have the economic means to meet her expectations for marriage and raising a family. I struggle severely to succeed economically because of a specific condition:I'm an illegal immigrant.This makes it extremely difficult to function in life, both economically and morally, and I would appreciate some philosophical guidance on how I can become an economically successful man within the next few years.Today marks the 1 year anniversary of moving out on my own, and it's been hell to survive. Every bit of income I've earned has been through lies and deception, and I'm working low-end jobs in restaurants that don't fulfill me and won't accomplish my goals in providing for my family.I worry that my late start and lack of skills in the real world will cause me to be too slow in my career progression, even if I fix my status as an illegal immigrant.What can I do, given my situation as an illegal immigrant, to succeed in the marketplace, prove to the woman I love I can provide for the family, and raise a family well?Then, his girlfriend called in, and we heard HER side!www.freedomain.com
Sonia Rodriguez landed on accounting after she couldn't decide on a major her freshman year of college. Hear more about her experience from Big 4 audit to industry accounting, including: - How being a DACA recipient impacted her decision to work at the Big 4 - Why she chose to go into IT audit rather than Financial Statement audit - The culture shock she experienced when she started her Big 4 career - Why she left public accounting for a project accounting industry position, and how this job compared to her Big 4 experience - How she used her extra time during the pandemic to explore her side passions - Her advice for new accountants & how to deal with the long busy season hours
This week: Allison and Andrew dive into the Justice Department's suit against Texas over SB8; Columbus, Ohio enlists the help of DoJ to reform its police department, but the police don't seem to be cooperating; DoJ and MALDEF file appeals in Texas over DACA; plus bye-bye to Spicer and Conway, hello to a good Judge Thomas; and more. Follow your hosts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/patorrezlaw https://twitter.com/aisle45pod Want to support this podcast and get it ad-free and early for as little as $1 an episode? Go to: https://www.patreon.com/aisle45pod Promo Codes: Their top-notch service has earned Policygenius thousands of 5-star reviews across Trustpilot and Google. Head to http://Policygenius.com to get started right now. The Feals Customer Service team is dedicated to making sure you get the best use of your CBD. Start feeling better with Feals! Become a member today by going to Feals.com/CLEANUP and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Episode 35 - Intergovernmental Immunity Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Guest: Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda.....The Biden vaccine mandates vs states.....9-11 plus 20.....Manchin breaks with Democrats on spending.......DOJ vs Texas on heartbeat law & DACA......Afghanistan......California recall.....National Archives go woke?….and more stories.... You can check my blog. Check out Carlos Guedes and his music.
In this episode, Paul speaks with Tereza Lee, a pianist, activist, and original Dreamer. Tereza tells the story of how she was born in Brazil to South Korean immigrants but later moved to Chicago, where she was undocumented. The two talk about how not only Tereza's life, but those of many others changed when her music teacher reached out to Senator Richard Durbin to see if anything could be done about her situation. This eventually led Senator Durbin to co-sponsor the 2001 DREAM Act, which was disrupted by the 9/11 attacks. To watch the Asian Americans PBS Documentary (in which Tereza is featured), click here: https://www.pbs.org/show/asian-americans/ For updates, follow us on Instagram at @DividedFamiliesPodcast, and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Vote Power Young people wield a lot of power when they vote. A whopping 73% of youth who were registered to vote by NextGen turned out to vote. This type of turnout can change the outcome of an election. Because voting is a habit, investing in youth leads to long-lasting change in the electorate. Letting young people know the power they have can make a tremendous difference. Voting Rights and Immigrants The current battle over immigrants is not just about immigration. It is also about race, power, and voting. Purging naturalized citizens, preventing DACA recipients from becoming citizens, and undercounting in the US census are all efforts to enact racist policies and to suppress votes. Keep the Door Open When Cristina first organized undocumented workers in Texas, she was met with hostility from pro-labor unions. Over time, they realized the work she was doing benefited everyone, and are now her allies. Leaving the door open for others to change their mind and work with you is a valuable tool that can yield positive results. FIND OUT MORE: Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez is a civil rights leader and former 2020 U.S. Senate candidate. She has spent the last twenty years taking on some of the most powerful special interests in her home state of Texas, organizing construction workers, immigrant mothers and young voters to build a government and economy that works for all of us. Today, Cristina is the Executive Director of NextGen America, the nation's largest youth voting rights organization. NextGen has registered and mobilized millions of young people to the polls, with the goal of harnessing the power of young people to reshape the political outcomes of our country – not for an election cycle but a generation. Previously, Cristina founded two of Texas' largest voting and civil rights organizations. She founded Jolt, a statewide organization focused on mobilizing the Latino vote, when she was six-months pregnant and in the wake of the 2016 election. Under her leadership, Jolt mobilized tens of thousands of young Latinos and developed some of the nation's most creative strategies to engage young Latinos, like #Poderquince that supports young quinceañeras to use their sweet 15 birthdays as a platform to register and mobilize Latino voters. You can follow her on Twitter @cristinafortx.
Muchas personas que aplicaron para DACA tienen dudas y a veces no saben que hay otros programas para los cuales podrían calificar. Aquí un poco de información de DACA, la Visa Especial Para Jóvenes Migrantes, y la Visa U. #DACA #VisaU --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rafael-vazquez7/support
DACA had a major setback a couple months ago. Many DACA first time applicants and recipients are confused about what is next. Here is some information about DACA, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, and the U Visa. For those with DACA, you should consider applying for Advance Parole. #daca #dacamented #undocumented https://lideresdelfuturo.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rafael-vazquez7/support
JOSE ANTONIO TIJERINO is president and CEO of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation is a national nonprofit focused on education, workforce, social impact, and culture through innovation and leadership. As a proud immigrant from Nicaragua, who currently resides in Washington, DC. Tijerino's blogs and media presence have made him a national voice on various issues including diversity, immigration, creativity and youth empowerment. He earned a BS degree from the University of Maryland's school of journalism, and was honored with a Doctorate of Humane Letters from The Chicago School. HHF under Tijerino's leadership is recognized as a creative, agile, impact-focused organization recognized by The White House, US Congress, Fortune 500 companies, other nonprofits and the Government of Mexico. Tijerino also serves as executive producer of the Hispanic Heritage Awards at the Kennedy Center, which are broadcast on PBS. Tijerino also founded the LOFT (Latinos On Fast Track) Institute. Prior to HHF, Tijerino was an executive at Fannie Mae Foundation, Nike, Burson Marsteller, and Cohn & Wolfe. Tijerino has been honored with the Ohtli Award, Lifetime Achievement Award by National PTA, Vision Award by Silicon Valley Latino Leadership, MALDEF Award for Human Rights, Community Service Award from Telemundo, Civilian Impact Award by US Army, Brillante Award by National Society of Hispanic MBAs, Digital Hero Award by MMTC, among others. Tijerino has served on various boards and committees inlcuding Harvard's Latino Leadership Initiative at Harvard's Kennedy School, University of Maryland's Smith School of Business, University System of Maryland Foundation, Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership, National Girls Collaborative, Games for Change, KID Museum, and Nielsen's Latino Advisory Counsel, among others. As a proud immigrant from Nicaragua, Tijerino help found the Hispanic Leaders Alliance with the NFL, the American Project, #WeDreamAmerica campaign, #Masks4Farmworkers which provided nearly 2 million masks for farmworkers during pandemic, READ (Refugee Education And Development), DREAM LEAD Institute for DACA recipients, and helped produce the Oyeme! Project with Imagination Stage. He was recognized by FWD.US for his work with migrant families on the border, and is a Salinas Fellow at Aspen Institute.
En este episodio, la abogada Barbara Vazquez del bufete de abogados de inmigración, Vazquez & Servi, P.C. informa sobre quienes están prohibido bajo la ley federal de poseer un arma de fuego y munición; entre ellos, personas beneficiadas bajo el programa de acción deferida para los llegados en la infancia (“DACA”, por sus siglas en ingles). En este episodio también la abogada también explica cual podría ser una defensa contra un cargo de posesión de un arma por un inmigrante no autorizado. ¡Escuchen este episodio y suscríbase a nuestro podcast PA'LANTE MI GENTE! Haga “clic” en el enlace para mantenerse informado. https://bit.ly/2WP6Xep
Rebooting Global Health: Changing How We Approach Health TechnologyInterview with Alcir Santos Neto In this episode of Faith and Family Fellowship, Dallas interviews special guest, Alcir Santos Neto, author of the "Rebooting Global Health: Changing How We Approach Health Technology".About the BookIn a world devastated by war, cyber-attacks, disease, and natural disasters, over half the global population cannot obtain essential health services. The most vulnerable among us are often pushed into poverty by out-of-pocket medical costs or left to die from preventable diseases. Rebooting Global Health: Changing How We Approach Health Technology follows trailblazing medical workers, health organizations, community leaders, and entrepreneurs who believe technology just might hold the lifesaving solution.Go beyond case studies to explore how real-world collaborations and state-of-the-art technologies can and do improve outcomes for the world's ailing healthcare systems. In Syria, a paramedic loses his leg in the line of duty, then collaborates to produce affordable 3D printing of prosthetics for refugees. In Malawi, a budding entrepreneur responds to a deep, personal loss by turning discarded electronics into a revolutionary Electrocardiogram (ECG). In Rwanda, an American entrepreneur collaborates with the local government to turn autonomous drones into airborne blood couriers to save lives on operating tables. Through insightful research and authentic, boots-on-the-ground storytelling, Rebooting Global Health places your finger on the pulse of a rapidly changing entrepreneurial ecosystem, then empowers you with practical steps to improve collaboration within your workplace.About the AuthorSince World War I, the deadly realities of war have informed and accelerated medical innovation. Ambulances, antiseptics, anesthesia, penicillin, blood banks, and telemedicine—now ubiquitous in modern health care—were born on battlefields. As a former Combat Medic and EMT in the US Army, author Alcir Santos Neto has witnessed the power of innovation to save lives. And as a Brazilian-born former DACA recipient, or “Dreamer,” he has also seen the healthcare access gap between industrial cities and developing countries around the world and the rich and poor here at home. At the intersection of these firsthand accounts, Santos Neto has found a calling to global health technology and a passion to not only save lives but improve them.Buy the Book:https://www.amazon.com/Rebooting-Global-Health-Changing-Technology/dp/1636767036Thank you for listening and supporting the 'Faith and Family Fellowship PODCAST SHOW'. We are excited to connect with each of our listeners on our various platforms. Below are just some of the ways you can not only connect with us but also support our various Christian Ministry projects around the world.Support the show (https://cash.app/$laymedownministry)Connect with the show on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/faith.family.fellowship.podcast)Connect with Pastor Chris Buscher (https://www.facebook.com/cmbuscher87)Connect with Dallas O. Monticue (https://www.facebook.com/dmonticue)Connect with Lay Me Down Ministries (https://www.facebook.com/LayMeDownMinistries)For Marketing and Publishing needs, Buscher's Social Media Marketing LLC (https://www.facebook.com/buscherssmm)
Elizabeth is navigating the dating world as a DACA recipient while feeling the pressure from her Mexican family to get married and settle down. And Genesis Games, a therapist specializing in helping millennial Latinos manage their romantic relationships, returns to the show to help us decide when and how much personal information to share with a potential partner.Our expert this week is Genesis Games, a bilingual psychotherapist who helps clients in Florida and New Jersey navigate the dating world, manage relationship issues, and heal after heartbreak. Learn more about her practice, Healing Connections, here. If you loved this episode, be sure to listen to My Divorce, My Parents and Me and When They Want a Wedding and Grandchildren, But You're Not Ready.We'd love to hear your stories of triumph and frustration so send us a detailed voice memo to email@example.com. You might be on a future episode! Let's connect on Twitter and Instagram at @TalkToMamiPapi and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. And follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.
Listeners, we are back this week with Sonia Espinoza.Sonia Erika is a serial entrepreneur focused on solidarity economics who is currently making music for the revolution. She currently spends her time traveling during the pandemic, recording music with “Death is a Business,” collaborating with local communities, and coaching female executives to create cooperative business structures.As an undocumented entrepreneur, worker, and musician, her work has been all about creating systems that work to eliminate violent systems. Sonia's life work has focused on building and creating systems that pay people equitably for their time and labor. Before graduating from Harvard, Sonia, co-founded 3 weed organizations, the Cannabis Cultural Association, the Massachusetts Recreational Consumer Council, and EatMe.Land. She is ready to build this world with you! This episode is brought to you by JustGYVGYV is about more than just giving, it is more than a verb, more than an acronym.|The sophistication and strength of the Mesoamerican culture are infused into every luxurious fragrance and personal care product designed by GYV Mesoamerican Beauty. JustGYV's mission is to celebrate the rich history of the land, spanning from Central America to Mexico, by showcasing the voices, scents, flavors, and places of this historic region. Mesoamerica is the cradle of civilization in the Americas, and the rich culture continues to flourish in the 21st century. The deeply rooted knowledge of the ingredients that define Mesoamerica has flourished for centuries, and GYV is here to share that beautiful story with the rest of the world through our diverse line of proprietary formulas. During our conversation, we talked about:Her experience making music in Mexico and PeruCreating an NFTSonia's take on investingHow she's navigated traveling and existing during the pandemic Follow Sonia on all things social:InstagramDeath is a Business InstagramMusic VideoNFT Follow Cafe con Pam on all things socialInstagramFacebookhttp://cafeconpam.com/Join the FREE Cafe con Pam ChallengeJoin PowerSisters! PowerSisters.ClubSubscribe, rate, review, and share this episode with someone you love!And don't ever forget to Stay Shining!
(00:00-9:01): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on the Texas abortion law and discussed the following news stories: “Texas Law Banning 85 Percent of Abortions Takes Effect: 'It's Time to Build a Culture of Life'” “Is the Texas ‘Heartbeat Bill' the End of Roe v. Wade?” (9:01-25:34): Bob Smietana, veteran religion writer and National Reporter for Religion News Service, joined Brian and Aubrey to chat about some of his recent articles. “NRB spokesman Dan Darling fired after pro-vaccine statements on ‘Morning Joe'” “Services at Tennessee governor's church disrupted by megachurch pastor feud” “A South Carolina pastor quit his church. His followers revolted to get him back.” “Faith-based disaster relief groups balance COVID safety with speedy response to Hurricane Ida” Check out Bob's articles at religionnews.com and connect with Bob on Twitter at @bobsmietana (25:34-35:23): Kevin Sampson, Lead Pastor of Renewal Church in West Chicago, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his Daily Herald opinion article, “DACA's fragility undermines the future of immigrant children: we need permanent immigration reform.” Connect with Kevin on Twitter at @kev_samp (35:23-44:24): How should we approach prayer? Brian and Aubrey discussed this and commented on Heather Thompson Day's Christianity Today article, “She Didn't Believe, But God Heard Her Cry.” (44:24-1:02:16): Dr. Ryan Burge, Assistant Professor and Graduate Coordinator at Eastern Illinois University, Co-founder of Religion in Public, and Author of “The Nones: Where They Came From, Who They Are, and Where They Are Going,” joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his book and his Religion News Service article, “‘OK millennial': Don't blame the boomers for decline of religion in America.” Learn more about Ryan at ryanburge.net and connect with him on Twitter at @ryanburge (1:02:16-1:10:56): What are some ways we can share encouragement with friends and family members? Brian and Aubrey chatted about this and commented on a tweet from Scott Sauls. They also shared their thoughts on Dan Reiland's Outreach Magazine article, “Simple Ways for Leaders to Encourage Others.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Kabir Sehgal over Zoom video!Multi-GRAMMY Award (6x) and Latin GRAMMY Award-winning (5x) producer/artist Kabir Sehgal collaborates with leading BIPOC and women artists on his latest EP, Threshold, set for release on Tiger Turn (eOne) on Friday, August 27, 2021. An Indian American producer with more than 70 album credits to his name, Kabir Sehgal releases four singles leading up to Threshold with each showcasing the complexities of finding love and discovering one's individual identity. Threshold features pop sensation Sonna Rele (vocalist on "Strong" in Disney's motion picture, Cinderella) on the first single, "Somewhere Between 5th and Madison" (Release Date: May 14, 2021). Alyssa Raghu -- a Top 8 contestant on ABC's American Idol (2018, 2019) and who Katy Perrytouted about, "She's got that sauce!" -- teams up with U.S. immigrant and DACA recipient Caliph on "Wasted Pages" (Release Date: June 4, 2021). Sehgal remixes Emilio Solla's "Llegara, Llegara, Llegara" from the Latin GRAMMY-winning album Puertos ("Best Latin Jazz Album," 2020) with special guest vocalists Manu Manzo and Danay Suarez (Release Date: July 9, 2021). Threshold closes with a Pop/EDM track "What's Your Name?" highlighting GRAMMY Award-nominated singer Thana Alexa (Release Date: August 27, 2021). As one of today's leading producers, Sehgal's award-winning recording catalog reflects a career spotlighting political and social issues voiced through the mediums of big band jazz and working with soul/R&B stars such as Jon Batiste (featured on Sehgal's 2020 production, Swing States: Harmony in the Battleground). He has also made four albums as an artist with meditation pioneer Deepak Chopra, including Spiritual Warrior. Threshold takes Sehgal into the pop music realm with the same premise as his latest recordings: to project personal stories that must be heard by the masses. Sehgal is renowned for traveling to the U.S.-Mexico border with Arturo O'Farrill to film the feature documentary and 2-CD recording, Fandango at the Wall (HBO). His production American Dreamers with the John Daversa Big Band and DACA artists won three GRAMMY's (the 2nd most at the 61st GRAMMY's). Sehgal also produced Presidential Suite: Eight Variations on Freedom by Ted Nash along with members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Threshold marks Sehgal's foray into Pop/EDM production featuring brilliant BIPOC vocalists each offering divergent perspectives on love's many languages. London-born Sonna Rele sings of a magical kiss and sleepless nights in the Big Apple on "Somewhere Between 5th and Madison." Emotive vocals meet multi-synth arrangements for a DJ-ready track for NYC's bars and clubs. Rele got signed by Ne-Yo to his Motown Records and has worked with John Legend, Maxi Priest, Wyclef Jean, and Michael Franti. Rele brings her A-game to "Somewhere Between 5th and Madison," a song by acclaimed songwriter Greer Baxter that is about the highs and lows of love in Manhattan. Baxter wrote the first, second, and fourth songs of the EP, and co-wrote the third one, and she's known for her "Line in the Sand" which Mandy Gonzalez of Hamilton performed on the album, Fandango at the Wall. While in the studio producing Threshold, Sehgal has presented more than 100 concerts in 77 days with his nightly "Quarantine Series" that's garnered more than 4 million views on Facebook. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #KabirSehgal #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetworkListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
With religious believers among the most likely to downplay the seriousness of both the pandemic and climate change, a recent article claims secular people and atheists are now more empathic and moral than conservative Christians. But is the problem really that evangelicals are less moral, or that they're more easily deceived? Then, Matthew Soerens from World Relief talks about the unfolding tragedy in Afghanistan. What dangers do the thousands of Afghans who helped the American military face as the Taliban takes back the country, and what obligation does the U.S. have to help them? While evangelicals remain widely opposed to welcoming refugees, will they make an exception for those who risked their lives to help American troops? Plus, a strike at Nabisco threatens the country's Oreo supply, launching Phil into a rant about cookie varieties and late stage capitalism. Patreon Bonus with David French: Coming on Friday, August 27 at patreon.com/holypost News Segment: Nabisco strike and Phil's rant about cookie varieties [4:22] https://www.today.com/food/workers-us-nabisco-bakeries-are-strike-t228753 Afghanistan, Haiti, wildfires, floods, heatwaves and droughts [19:12] Christian's history with Afghanistan [20:40] Current situation in Afghanistan [24:40] Are Christians less empathic and moral, or simply more easily deceived? (Discussion of article below) [32:50] https://www.salon.com/2021/08/21/staunch-atheists-show-higher-morals-than-the-proudly-pious-from-the-pandemic-to-climate-change/ Interview with Matthew Soerens: “Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate” - https://www.amazon.com/Welcoming-Stranger-Justice-Compassion-Immigration/dp/0830833595 Interview Start [56:00] Talking with church leaders about Afghanistan crisis [58:00] Overview of current situation and America's history/promises in Afghanistan [59:24] Responding to the rhetoric that opposes welcoming refugees [1:08:20] https://twitter.com/cortessteve/status/1427839604376444929? lang=en Evangelical Immigration Table - Statement to President Biden [1:12:34] https://evangelicalimmigrationtable.com/evangelical-leaders-insist-the-biden-administration-stand-with-afghan-allies/ Practical ways to support [1:14:22] https://worldrelief.org/ Ongoing crisis - DREAMers and DACA program [1:17:01] https://evangelicalimmigrationtable.com/advocacy/
Sam and Emma host Matthew Cortland, Senior Fellow at Data for Progress, to discuss Supplemental Security Income restorative/legislative efforts, and right to repair activist Louis Rossmann to discuss the change in right to repair laws after Biden's competition executive order was signed into law. Sam, Emma, and Matthew cover the structural differences in disability social securities, such as SSI versus SSDI, and the importance of SSI in helping folks without income. They then move onto the crippling drawbacks to SSI, stemming both from the US' cultural aversion to social safety nets and recent targeting from the right, including a maximum monthly supplement at a rate well below the poverty line and absurd qualifications that prevent disabled folks from saving assets for a rainy day or accepting help from friends unless they are willing to sacrifice their social security, before discussing what legislators are working to bolster SSI, and what number to text to push Schumer to include it in reconciliation (SIGN SSI NOW to 50409). Next, Louis Rossmann hops on to chat about the importance of the right to repair, how the issue is wrapped up in monopoly and anti-trust discussions, and what the fight for repair has looked like over the last decade. They cover the importance of the Massachusetts automotive right to repair bill, and the role of federalism in helping achieve targeted advancements in the accessibility of schematics and parts on a greater scale. Sam and Emma also chat Cori Bush success, Nina Turner disappointment, and developments in the new Biden eviction moratorium. And in the fun half Sam and Emma are joined by Sean McElwee, Founding Executive Director of Data for Progress, to discuss the disappointing results for Nina Turner in Ohio's 11th Congressional District primary. Sean and the gang specifically looks into the importance of not giving the democratic establishment material for bad faith attacks that draw away from policy discussion – because the dark money will almost always be there to capitalize on it. Sam and Emma expand the importance of knowing that power will always push back, and emphasize the importance of taking on battles where progress can actually be made, before watching Asa Hutchinson's awkward backtracking on his previous anti-vax mandate legislation, and Ben Shapiro's failure to understand how contagion works. They also chat with Oscar from NoLa on DACA, and another caller takes the wrong route to addressing transphobia and problematic comments from Vaush, plus, your calls and IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ (Merch issues and concerns can be addressed here: email@example.com) You can now watch the livestream on Twitch Check out today's sponsors: Tushy: Hello Tushy cleans your butt with a precise stream of fresh water for just $79. It attaches to your existing toilet – requires NO electricity or additional plumbing – and cuts toilet paper use by 80% – so the Hello Tushy bidet pays for itself in a few months. Go to hellotushy.com/majority to get 10% off today! ZipRecruiter sends your job to over 100 of the web's leading job sites. But they don't stop there. With their powerful matching technology, ZipRecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience and invite them to apply to your job. Try ZipRecruiter FOR FREE, my listeners can go to ZipRecruiter.com/majority Support the St. Vincent Nurses today as they continue to strike for a fair contract! https://action.massnurses.org/we-stand-with-st-vincents-nurses/ Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Subscribe to AM Quickie writer Corey Pein's podcast News from Nowhere, at https://www.patreon.com/newsfromnowhere Check out The Letterhack's upcoming Kickstarter project for his new graphic novel! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/milagrocomic/milagro-heroe-de-las-calles Check out Matt Binder's YouTube channel! Check out The Nomiki Show live at 3 pm ET on YouTube at patreon.com/thenomikishow Check out Matt's podcast, Literary Hangover, at Patreon.com/LiteraryHangover, or on iTunes. Check out Jamie's podcast, The Antifada, at patreon.com/theantifada, on iTunes, or at twitch.tv/theantifada (streaming every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7pm ET!) Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Text SIGNSSINOW to 50409 to further Matthew's SSI restoration/legislative efforts! Call Senator Schumer's Office to press him to support SSI restoration legislation at 212-486-4430/202-224-6542 Check out Louis's YouTube channel here.
In this sample from the CAFE Insider podcast, Preet and Joyce break down the new DOJ guidance that limits when prosecutors can secretly obtain reporters' phone and email records. In the full episode, Preet and Joyce discuss the inspector general report that criticizes the FBI for failing to pursue sex-abuse charges against former USA gymnastics team national doctor Larry Nassar, and a federal judge's decision to prohibit the Department of Homeland Security from admitting new applicants to the DACA program. To listen to the full episode and get access to all exclusive CAFE Insider content, try the membership free for two weeks: www.cafe.com/insider Use special code JOYCE for 50% off on the annual membership price. Sign up to receive the free weekly CAFE Brief newsletter: www.cafe.com/brief This podcast is brought to you by CAFE Studios and Vox Media Podcast Network. Tamara Sepper – Executive Producer; Adam Waller – Senior Editorial Producer; Matthew Billy – Audio Producer; Jake Kaplan – Editorial Producer REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS: First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution “Use of Compulsory Process to Obtain Information From, or Records of, Members of the News Media,” Attorney General memo, 7/19/21 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices