The John P. Murphy Foundation Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame, Nicole Stelle Garnett, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how recent decisions by the Supreme Court in Carson v. Makin and Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue could pave the way for religious charter schools. Garnett's feature, "Supreme Court Opens a Path to Religious Charter Schools: But the trail ahead holds twists and turns," is available now. https://www.educationnext.org/supreme-court-opens-path-to-religious-charter-schools/
The US claimed unelected coup leader Juan Guaidó was "interim president" of Venezuela from January 2019 to December 2022, when his former allies in the right-wing opposition removed him from the position. Washington however still refuses to recognize elected President Nicolás Maduro. Geopolitical Economy Report editor-in-chief Ben Norton discusses the end of the meme-worthy character with Venezuelan journalist Jesús Rodríguez Espinoza, who runs the independent news website Orinoco Tribune. VIDEO: https://youtube.com/watch?v=sTjKvZmY7w4 Support Orinoco Tribune at https://orinocotribune.com
Phones: 1-213-267-7787 (USA), +44 2081 036051 (UK) It's Friday and its 5pm ET - time to crack a beer and talk some boxing! On the first show of 2013, host Michael Montero talks about Stephen Espinoza's crush on Eddie Hearn, whether Errol Spence vs Keith Thurman is a "tune up" fight or not, and more! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gl2hXFJBGbI&t=0s
Temas del episodio de hoy:1. Explicar la teología del Génesis, en particular lo referente a Adán y Eva.Si quieres conocer más del trabajo del Padre Lalo puedes darle clic a estos enlaces:www.cafeteandonetwork.comhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDAuKfJ5Yw3whw9Zlp-MUighttps://www.facebook.com/edgardo.jara.5Y si quieres contactarlo puedes escribirle a este correo:firstname.lastname@example.orgEste es un podcast de https://www.juandiegonetwork.com/Mentioned in this episode:¿Realmente estás listo para echar las redes?¡La formación es clave! Sumérgete con Luis Diego en la aventura de seguirte formando como católico en una universidad norteamericana de prestigio 100% en español y desde la comodidad de tu casa: Center Semillero
Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with Prof. Phillip Muñoz about his new book, "Religious Liberty and the American Founding." Religious Liberty and the American Founding w/ Fr. Gregory Pine (Off-Campus Conversations) For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the Speaker: Vincent Phillip Muñoz is Tocqueville Associate Professor of Political Science and Concurrent Associate Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame. He is the Founding Director of ND's Center for Citizenship & Constitutional Government. Under his leadership the programs have raised over $16,500,000 in grants, gifts, and pledges. Dr. Muñoz writes and teaches across the fields of constitutional law, American politics, and political philosophy with a focus on religious liberty and the American Founding. He won a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to support his forthcoming book, Religious Liberty and the American Founding: Natural Rights and the Original Meanings of the First Amendment Religion Clauses, which will be published by the University of Chicago Press in the summer of 2022. Articles related the project have appeared in American Political Science Review, The Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Notre Dame Law Review, American Political Thought, and the University of Pennsylvania's Journal of Constitutional Law. His first book, God and the Founders: Madison, Washington, and Jefferson (Cambridge University Press, 2009) won the Hubert Morken Award from the American Political Science Association for the best publication on religion and politics in 2009 and 2010. His First Amendment church-state case reader, Religious Liberty and the American Supreme Court: The Essential Cases and Documents (Rowman & Littlefield) was first published in 2013 (revised edition, 2015) and is being used at Notre Dame and other leading universities. In 2019, he joined the editorial team of American Constitutional Law (11th edition, Routledge, 2020), the leading constitutional law casebooks designed for undergraduate instruction. His scholarship has been cited numerous times in church-state Supreme Court opinions, most recently by Justice Alito in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia (2021) and by both Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Thomas in Espinoza v. Montana (2020). An award-winning teacher and a popular lecturer, Dr. Muñoz has spoken at nearly 75 colleges and universities in the past several years. He received his B.A. at Claremont McKenna College, his M.A. at Boston College, and his Ph.D. at Claremont Graduate School.
Platico con el periodista Carlos Tomasini, platicamos sobre las canciones más escuchadas en el 2022, así como el posible consumo de contenidos en un futuro cercano. En cabina nos acompaña Hugo García Espinoza platica sobre El viajero de negocios.
Podcast del programa Imagen Empresarial transmitido originalmente el 13 de diciembre de 2022. Conduce Rodrigo Pacheco. Los entrevistados de hoy: Entrevista: Brian Rodríguez Ontiveros, analista Bursátil de Monex Tema: *Datos económicos relevantes a seguir durante la próxima semana *Qué esperar de las próximas decisiones de política monetaria de los Bancos Centrales. Entrevista: José Antonio López Espinoza, fundador de Pepewates Tema: Franquicias de Pepewates Entrevista: Augusto Ramos, vicepresidente de Grupo RAME Tema: Rame y la industria del Autotransporte de Carga
The vets are back. Graham Zusi, Roger Espinoza, and Andreu Fontas will all three be returning for Sporting KC in 2023. It's safe to assume each of them is returning for less money. Fontas looks like the starter for next year, but what about Espinoza and Zusi? There are other healthy bodies in the midfield at the moment, but Roger always seems to find his way back into the starting lineup. How much will Kayden Pierre push Zusi for the starting job at right back? A few individual moments of lapses in judgment did in the Americans against The Netherlands in the Round of 16 at the 2022 World Cup. The young team was tired after expending everything to reach the main goal of surviving the group stage, and were beaten by a superior opponent. But Louis Van Gaal also got the best of Gregg Berhalter. Berhalter is a curious case and a hot-button issue among US Soccer fans. There's many reasons to disagree and dislike some of his decisions. But in this World Cup cycle the Yanks won a couple tournaments, qualified for the World Cup, and then advanced out of the group stage. Gregg did his job. What he failed to do was reach another level for the USMNT. The foundation has been laid, but it's time for a new voice. Is the sports washing working for Qatar right now, or has it brought issues into international view? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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In this episode, we go beyond the blending of families, but the blending of cultures in marriage. Today we will discuss with Jorge & Deidre "Dede" Espinoza about blended cultures through their union, rearing of children, and bringing the families together through your union. Please be sure to like, follow, or leave us a comment on our Instagram page @weblendedandblessedpod Hit us up with any questions or comments, email is email@example.com
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On today's episode of Behind the Community, Chamber Director Cecilia Murray chats with Rocky & Maggie Espinoza from Haute Dawgs Gourmet Hot Dogs & Eatery. They share their journey to owning their own business, what their business name means and why they love this community. To learn more about the WSR Chamber and how your business can be featured on the Behind the Community podcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every day, nearly five million direct care workers support older adults and people with disabilities across the United States, and the critical need for this workforce is only increasing as the proportion of people over sixty-five continues to grow dramatically. Given an existing shortage of workers and a high turnover rate in the profession due to low pay, lack of training and poor management, the chances of meeting that need are low. Add in the unaffordability of these services and the difficulty many loved ones have navigating the system and it is a deeply troubling picture, according to our WorkforceRx guest Robert Espinoza, executive vice president for policy at PHI. “All of these barriers compound and create a system where it's going quickly, I think, from crisis to catastrophe,” he tells Futuro Health CEO Van Ton-Quinlivan. But while the problems are many, so are the potential solutions. Espinoza sees particular promise in several state and local initiatives including wage pass-through laws to boost worker pay, stronger training requirements and tapping into the undocumented immigrant population, which he sees as a major part of the answer. Be sure to listen to the end to learn about an innovative training program in San Francisco on which Futuro Health and PHI are collaborating, and Espinoza's ideas for leveraging the relationship between family caregivers and direct care workers.
Episode Summary"In the Beginning, God created male and female." Evangelicals have used this one verse as a weapon in their war on transgender individuals. But a closer look offers a far more inclusive interpretation. It is true that God made both male and female. God also made light and dark, the land and sea, skies and earth, and guess what? God also made EVERYTHING in between like rivers, lakes, valleys, hills, and mountains.The diversity of life that lies in these in-between spaces is what makes the world rich, beautiful, and complex. Otherwise, the world would be a pretty boring place if it was neatly divided into dualistic choices. The same is true for gender and sexuality. As Father Richard Rohr reminds us, "It seems that everything we put in a neat and tidy package must eventually be allowed to come undone, including our understanding of our bodies, gender, and attraction." Even if you do not identify as transgender, all of us have these shards of identity in us, whether it's our sexuality, our gender, our faith, our age, our cultural identity, our personal trauma histories—all of those things that are part of who we are combine to create our whole identity. The more complex the identity, the more beautiful our lived experience. In this deeply personal episode, we talk with Dr. Roberto Henderson-Espinoza about what it means to live on the borderlands of gender, sexuality, and race and how that place on the periphery of culture has given them a unique lens through which to see themselves and the world. Being transgender isn't a problem to overcome, but an opportunity to embrace and we come to realize it too is an original part of God's very good Creation. BioDr. Roberto is passionate about the politics of radical difference and the ways that our collective differences might shed light on how we become a better body together. Dr. Roberto Che Espinoza has been described in a myriad of ways: a scholar-activist, scholar-leader, thought-leader, teacher, public theologian, ethicist, poet of moral reason, and word artist. Among these ways of describing Dr. Roberto, they are also a visionary thinker who has spent two decades working in the borderlands of church, academy, & movements seeking to not only disrupt but dismantle supremacy culture and help steward the logic of liberation as a non binary Trans Queer Latinx. He enfleshes a deep hope of collaborating in these borderland spaces where their work seeks to contribute to the ongoing work of collective liberation. Dr. Roberto is the Founder of the Activist Theology Project, a Nashville based collaborative project that is dedicated to social healing. He is also on faculty at Duke Divinity School teaching at the intersections of queer theory & theology/ethics. Dr. Roberto was named 1 of 10 Faith Leaders to watch by the Center for American Progress in 2018. He has been featured in fashion magazines and appeared on many different podcasts, including Pete Holmes' You Made it Weird. As a scholar-activist, he is committed to translating theory to action, so that our work in the borderlands reflect the deep spiritual work of transforming self to transforming the world. As the Founder of the Activist Theology Project, Dr. Roberto is committed to the work of social healing through the politicizing of public theology initiatives, and writes & creates both academic & other valuable resources, including digital resources. He is a non-binary Transman; Latinx; and, adult on the Autism spectrum who calls Nashville, TN home. They are the author of Activist Theology and Body Becoming: A Path to Our Liberation. Dr. Roberto's next book-length project focuses on Belonging & Freedom.Quotables“I wake up every morning and there is something new for me to discover, and yet, I feel like I”ve spent a lifetime ignoring my body.”“Here in the United States, gender and sexuality has been so politicized in negative ways.”“In the past six months, I've been targeted three times, this most recent time by Matt Walsh and company.”“I grew up in the Southern Baptist Church, and I saw up close the vitriol and hate of ‘difference.'”“Gender is a category that was created during the Enlightenment, and if you look at pre-modern history, you can see a variation of gender and a fluidity of gender.”“Biology exists in a social world.”“There is a thread of anti-intellectualism throughout the Right.”“If we are going to be faithful in the small things, we have to begin to listen to stories of people.”“We know that something other than male and female exists, and we can point to it in real time.”“Figuring out how to move in the world as a mixed race person…how do I live my story faithfully?”“As a transman, as a non-binary man, is part of my work to actually plant seeds for a different kind of masculinity.”“How do we build bridges together to create pathways for ethical futures, because it's not just me who needs freedom, you also need freedom.”“The center, those in dominant spaces, they also need freedom>.”“We need to recognize that their are people who believe that this country should be distinctly Christian. There is a move, globally, to create theocracies.”“How do we unhinge religion from politics, and can we do that?”“The thing is that is so frustrating, is that the Right is so organized.”If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a rating and a review
On this episode of Inside Health Care, we help observe the Lung Cancer Awareness month of November with a talk on advances in lung cancer screening. This interview, recorded at our Inside Health Care podcast center at the 2022 Health Innovation Summit, is sponsored by AstraZeneca.Dr. Raymond Osarogiagbon is the Chief Scientist at Baptist Memorial Healthcare Corporation, headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. He is Director of the Multidisciplinary Thoracic Oncology Program and the Thoracic Oncology Research Group at the Baptist Cancer Center, and Principal Investigator of the Baptist Health System/Mid-South Minority-Underserved Consortium NCORP. Dr. Osarogiagbon's research interests center around improving population-level outcomes of cancer care by improving care delivery systems and processes.For training regarding lung cancer screenings, here are a few offerings to mention. First, as part of our 2022 Quality Innovation Series, NCQA offers the on-demand course titled “The Importance of Lung Cancer Screening”, led in part by our Vice President for Performance Measurement, Dr. Mary Barton.In addition, consider these two webinars from the Academy of Oncology Nurse and Patient Navigators. One is from September 2022, titled “The Role of Oncology Nurse Navigators in the Implementation of the Updated Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines.” The other, released October 31st of 2022, is “Navigating the Updated Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines: The Role of Oncology Nurses and Nurse Navigators in the Implementation of a Lung Cancer Screening Program”.Then we hear another interview recorded live at the Summit. This talk with Dr. Juan Espinoza discusses topics in and around the panel he co-hosted, titled “Digital Reshaping of the Diabetes Health-Care Ecosystem”. He appeared alongside, among others, Dr. Osagie Ebekozien, whose interview is posted as episode 7 of our limited series, “A View from the Summit”. Juan Espinoza, MD is a pediatrician at Children's Hospital in L.A., where he focuses on developing medical devices, health information systems, and patient-generated health data. The guiding principle of Dr. Espinoza's work is that data and technology have the potential to narrow the health gap faced by under-served communities all over the world.Later in our "Fast Facts" segment, we give you quick stats from the CDC on Lung Cancer prevention.
In this episode, Jose speaks to actors Linedy Genao & Brandon Espinoza who starred as Gloria and Emilio Estefan in On Your Feet! at Paper Mill Playhouse. They discuss the different paths they took to become actors and what they learned playing the real-life couple. Genao, who was recently cast as the lead in Bad Cinderella shares how she puts her banking skills to good use in theater, and Espinoza shares what it was like growing up onstage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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On this episode of Just Another Pod, I sit down with my coworkers and discuss with them about their very interesting engineering journeys. Two Cali raised engineers, One from SpaceX who went to school in Alaska and A Philippine native, who moved to the west coast at a young age and now is moving to the east coast talk how we got to our current position to all the obstacles we've overcame, having a quarter life crisis and what excites us outside of work.
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Editorial. "Llevamos muchos años familiarizados con la imagen serena y sobria; semblante amable a la vez, de un profesional de elevada capacidad y vasta experiencia; una autoridad en materia judicial que ha mantenido durante varios años a los costarricenses informados de la penetración del narcotráfico y de la forma en que el crimen organizado ha venido ganando terreno en Costa Rica. Asertivo, transparente y asequible en su relación con los medios de comunicación y con una facilidad de expresión, simple, clara y directa, le permitió a la población entender la magnitud de estos flagelos en Costa Rica..." #larevistacr www.larevista.cr
Minneapolis-based vibes player Dave Hagedorn plays with Miguel Espinoza of Colorado at the Parkway Theater this Tuesday evening. The group plays flamenco fusion. This is the latest musical adventure for Hagedorn. When he spoke with Phil Nusbaum recently, Dave first talked about his local group with drummer Phil Hey and bassist Chris Bates.
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Roberto Che Espinoza. Roberto is an activist theologian using story to mobilize folks for radical social change. We discuss his book, Activist Theology. We also explore the concept of ethical masculities. Website: robertoche.com
Hey everybody! Episode 96 of the show is out. In this episode, I spoke with Dr. Rosa Vásquez Espinoza. Rosa is a Peruvian-born and USA/Peru-based chemical biologist, storyteller, conservationist, National Geographic Explorer, and artist. It was a pleasure for me to have Rosa on and talk about her ongoing work in the Peruvian Amazon mapping the microbial life of the boiling river near the jungle city of Pucalpa. I think this is really fascinating work as the microbes that can live in such extreme conditions potentially may give rise to a better understanding of life, lead to new medicines, and help to bring balance to the climate, all issues that Rosa spoke about. Rosa is doing really good work and I think you will gain a lot from her insight and wisdom. As always, to support this podcast, get early access to shows, bonus material, and Q&As, check out my Patreon page below. Enjoy!“Dr. Rosa Vásquez Espinoza is a chemical biologist, storyteller, conservationist, National Geographic Explorer, educator, and award-winning artist. Of Peruvian-Andean and Amazonian descent, Rosa grew up learning about traditional medicine from her grandmother in their backyard's "natural pharmacy". Inspired to dive deeper, she went onto discovering new antibiotics and green chemistry tools during her PhD. Today, Rosa travels to the most extreme environments in the planet from the Amazon Rainforest to Yellowstone's acidic, boiling waters searching for the tiniest creatures, from microbes to stingless bees, to create big changes in the world. With her scientific-based explorative nature, Rosa is an avid communicator that connects the micro-to-macro worlds to nourish our appreciation for biodiversity in all its magnitudes. She also advocates for scientific exploration of untapped ecosystems, living more sustainably as organizations and individuals, conservation of fragile ecosystems, diversity in STEAM, equal access to education and scientist-artist collaborations. As a researcher, Rosa focuses on deciphering the chemical and genetic diversity of our planet to facilitate the discovery of new medicines, bioremediation tools, and biotechnological solutions in collaboration with local experts. She works closely with communities to use science to empower their economies in sustainable and ethical manners. During her Ph.D. at University of Michigan and under the mentorship of Dr. David H. Sherman and John Montgomery, Rosa created MicroAmazon, a project that explores the micro-world of the Amazon in collaboration with local experts. Currently, she investigates the Peruvian Boiling River and its heat-loving microbes, and Amazonian stingless bees and their medicinal honey.As a scientist and award-winning artist, Rosa is driven by curiosity and the adventure of guiding others into discovering and learning about the planet through creative thinking. She collaborates closely with educators to integrate hands-on scientific exploration and conservation into the classroom.Rosa is a compelling storyteller and has participated in international campaigns with National Geographic & Disney on the recycling of common plastics, sustainability in the beauty industry, and the power of water in science. She also appears as an expert narrator in “Secrets in the Jungle”, a new show with the Science Channel. Rosa is the recipient of the 2020 American Chemical Society CAS Leadership Award, which recognizes outstanding PhD students and postdoctorate fellow that demonstrate promise as leaders in their fields. Her research has been featured in ABC Studios Tamron Hall, Science Friday “20 Top Stories of 2020”, National Association of Science Writers, ASBMB, National Geographic Magazine and Andina Perú.”To learn more about or contact Rosa, visit her website at: https://www.rosavespinoza.com/If you enjoy the show, it would be a big help if you could share it with your own audiences via social media or word of mouth. And please Subscribe or Follow and if you can go on Apple Podcasts and leave a starred-rating and a short review. That would be super helpful with the algorithms and getting this show out to more people. Thank you in advance!For more information about me and my upcoming plant medicine retreats with my colleague Merav Artzi, visit my site at: https://www.NicotianaRustica.orgTo book an integration call, visit: https://jasongrechanik.setmore.comSupport this podcast on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/UniverseWithinDonate directly with PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/jasongrechanikMusic courtesy of: Nuno Moreno (end song). Visit: https://m.soundcloud.com/groove_a_zen_sound and https://nahira-ziwa.bandcamp.com/ And Stefan Kasapovski's Santero Project (intro song). Visit: https://spoti.fi/3y5Rd4Hhttps://www.facebook.com/UniverseWithinPodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/UniverseWithinPodcast
Jay chats with Matt Espinoza about his journey from start to finish, selling his crypto startup at the ripe old age of 20.
Benji Espinoza, abogado del presidente Pedro Castillo, presentó este lunes una tutela de derechos en el marco de la denuncia constitucional que interpuso la fiscal Patricia Benavides contra el mandatario por los presuntos delitos de organización criminal, tráfico de influencias agravada y colusión en agravio del Estado. En el documento, la defensa de Castillo negó nuevamente las acusaciones. Espinoza habló con Fernando del Rincón en Conclusiones sobre el caso.Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad
MHD and Co-Host Chavonne Taylor speak with Rudy Espinoza about his journey and work integrating his background in business and urban planning to take an economical approach to activism along with his colleagues and friends who formed the organization, Inclusive Action for the City. Rudy Espinoza is the Executive Director of Inclusive Action for the City, a non-profit, Community Development Financial Institution based in Los Angeles whose mission is to bring people together to build strong, local economies that uplift low-income urban communities. Under his leadership, Inclusive Action helped legalize street vending in LA, has deployed over $2.5 million in low-interest micro-loans to under-served entrepreneurs, and co-created a unique commercial real estate initiative that preserves small businesses in gentrifying neighborhoods. www.inclusiveaction.org
"Life is like the surf, so give yourself away like the sea." We watched Y tu mamá también (2001) with our friend Sandra Espinoza and we're packing the station wagon for a roadtrip to Boca del Cielo. Time is a hell of a concept and man did it do a number on us when we re-watched this classic of Mexican cinema. As young lads first introduced to this film, we were struck by the beauty of its cast, its locations and its story, but as aged queens of the 2020's we've really changed who we identify with. Of course as teens coming to grips with our queerness we sided with the beautiful Julio (Gael García Bernal) and Tenoch (Diego Luna) and their spontaneous beach trip. Now that we're grown - it's fully team Luisa (Maribel Verdú) who feels like she's babysitting without getting paid. Masterfully directed by Alfonso Cuarón and shot by Emmanuel "Chivo" Lubezki - it captures the beauty of Mexico in a way not often seen in American movies. No yellow filter to be found - just 2 boys, a girl, a lot of tequila and colorful translations of Mexican slang. No mames guey! Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! www.patreon.com/moviesthatmadeusgay Facebook/Instagram: @moviesthatmadeusgay Twitter: @MTMUGPod Scott Youngbauer: Twitter @oscarscott / Instagram @scottyoungballer Peter Lozano: Twitter/Instagram @peterlasagna