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Omar Narvaez

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Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation; Our Story. Featured Storyteller: Councilman Omar Narvaez

Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation: Our Story, Hispanics in Texas

Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez epitomizes what it means to be a citizen servant.  His steadfast dedication to the City of Dallas and his community is an inspiration to those who know him and work with him.  His story of being one of the few openly LGBTQ elected officials in the state and the first to serve on the Dallas City Council is both informative and instructive.  In this week’s episode of Our Story Councilman Narvaez shares with us how he navigated through some of the more complex issues of being a Latino LGBTQ political candidate in the Great State of Texas.


22 Mar 2021

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Dodgers are World Champions and Dr. Scott on the Future of Omar Narvaez

Locked On Brewers- Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Brewers

The Dodgers won the World Series in six games over Tampa Bay. Host Ben Larson gives you a Brewers stat about Brewer playoff history as it relates to losing to the champs.... then Dr. Scott Joins the show to discuss the disappointing season of Omar Narvaez and how to evaluate him moving forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


28 Oct 2020

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Omar Andrés Narváez nació en Trelew, Chubut, el 7 de octubre de 1975 y es un boxeador que fue campeón mundial de la categoría mosca y supermosca entre el año 2002 y 2014 con 29 defensas exitosas.Las primeras incursiones del “Huracán” en el boxeo fueron gracias a su hermano, Marcelo. Carlos Tello su entrenador al ver que este poseía "talento natural" para el deporte lo hizo realizar peleas amateur con buenos resultados, más tarde fue convocado por la Federación Argentina de Box para los Juegos Panamericanos de 1999,donde se consagró campeón en su categoría.También participó en los Juegos Olímpicos de 1996 en Atlanta y de 2000 en Sídney. En los últimos, quedó afuera en cuartos de final tras un polémico fallo.En 2002 saltó a la fama como profesional cuando ganó el título mundial mosca OMB en el Luna Park ante el nicaragüense Adonis Rivas.Es el boxeador sudamericano con más peleas de título mundial (32).Junto con Julio César Chávez es el boxeador con más defensas de títulos mundiales en distintas categorías (29).Posee el récord de ser el argentino de más defensas ininterrumpidas de un título mundial con 16, superando a Carlos Monzón con 14.Se mantuvo oficialmente invicto 10 años, 10 meses, 21 días.En el podcast escuchás al propio “Huracán”, su papá Estanislao, sus cuatro hermanos Marcelo, Jorge, Mario y Soledad, los boxeadores Mariano Carrera y Marcela Acuña, su ex entrenador Carlos Tello, a los periodistas Osvaldo Príncipi, Walter Nelson, Matías Canillán y al columnista de box de Instinto Amateur Daniel Guiñazú. La música es de “Viento del sur” de Javi Caminos y Rubén Patagonia. La edición es de Alejandro Tumminello.


15 Oct 2020

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Sri Kulkarni #TX22 Candidate. And Omar Narvaez Dallas City Council. #PabloNerudaChallenge

Tony Diaz #NPRadio

Thank you for tuning into Latino Politics and News Tuesday, May 26, 2020. I'm Tony Diaz.Today, you will find out about our Pablo Neruda Challenge. And, can you guess which city has more Latino city council members? Houston or Dallas? Houston does have a slightly higher percentage of Latino population.You will get all these answers and more on today's episode.We will pose our #PabloNerudaChallegen to congressional candidates for battleground TX district 22. At the top of the program today, Sri Kulkarni, Democratic Candidate for the post, joins us.You will find out if he accepts or declines this opportunity to celebrate, in Spanish, one of the greatest poets to ever live. Will his Republican opponents accept? Or maybe, they don't like Pablo Neruda?Of course, the race for Texas's 22nd Congressional seat has made national news as a major battleground seat. We will find out how Sri Kulkarni plans to engage Latinos.On the second half of the show, Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez joins us. So now you know Dallas is at the very least tied with Houston for the number of Latino City Council representatives since Houston has only one. Does Dallas have even more?Stay tuned; we'll also talk to Omar about a potent letter he wrote to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who interceded on behalf of an Anglo nail salon owner for breaking stay at home orders. However, Paxton has not intervened for Latina salon owners jailed in Laredo.News: Kudos to Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo for spearheading increased COVID19 relief for Harris County residents. The commissioners' court voted along party lines to pass the policy. Three Democrats supported it. The two sitting Republicans opposed it. This plan will also include helping undocumented families.This should remind you of our past broadcast where journalist Alfredo Corchado shared insights about his essay "A Former Farmworker on American Hypocrisy", which appeared in the New York Times.He writes that it is wrong to exploit the labor of the undocumented and call them "essential workers" in national policies because their back-breaking work is vital to maintaining our food supply chain, and then scapegoat immigrants for everything that is going wrong in the nation, and deprive them of essential relief to be able to survive so that they can keep working their essential jobs.Local policies such as that passed by Harris County commissioners court are vital to undo the hypocritical policies at the national level.In other national news:Joe Biden has begun to court the Latino vote more aggressively. He has hired the granddaughter of Cesar Chavez, Julie Chavez Rodriguez as an adviser on his campaign.This is a good step, but as we discussed on our preimere program, a truly profound engagement would consist of a Latino Vice presidential pick, announcing which Latino cabinet members he would support, as well as more Latino surrogates to represent him ASAP.Our mission is for every candidate to consider our community's concerns for every issue on their platform. Our broadcasts sheds light on the many facets of the Latino experience.We are in pledge drive. There are no regular shows about our art, culture, and politics on commercial television or radio. KPFT hosts a monopoly on community cultural capital. We answer to our community. Please budget a donation to KPFT, and make it support of Latino Politics and News today. Call 713.526.5738. Or visit www.kpft.org. Thanks to our crew: Leti Lopez Rodrigo Bravo, who mixed the show remotely Claudia Soler Alfonso, MD.Jesse Aranda Comer Laurie Flores Stefano Cavezza Al CastilloI'm happy to join you every Tuesday from 2 pm to 3 pm for Latino Politics and News, here on 90.1 FM KPFT.That's followed by Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say at 6 pm.And I also get to see you on the political talk show What's Your Point on Fox 26 Houston, Sundays at 7 am.This is Tony Diaz with Latino Politics and News.


27 May 2020

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Locked on Brewers, 2-4-2020: DC Lundberg of the Locked on Mariners Podcast joins the show to talk about Omar Narvaez and Ryon Healy

Locked On Brewers- Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Brewers

The Brewers sent a minor league pitcher to the Mariners this off season and received a new catcher in return. DC Lundberg of Locked on Mariners joins the podcast to discuss his impressions of Omar Narvaez as well as Ryon Healy who also played for Seattle in 2018 & 2019. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


4 Feb 2020

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Brew Crew Review Podcast #96: Brewers trade for catcher Omar Narvaez

The Brew Crew Review - Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Podcast


9 Dec 2019

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Locked on Brewers, 12-6-19: A Look at New Brewers Catcher Omar Narvaez

Locked On Brewers- Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Brewers

Brewer fans may be able to take a small breath after the team addressed their catching hole Thursday by trading for Omar Narvaez, who can hit but not so much with the defense... How will the Brewer catching position shake out in 2020? Host Ben Larson discusses. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


6 Dec 2019

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David Gasper Joins the Show to Discuss Omar Narvaez Trade

Brewers Trilogy Podcast

The Brewers made a trade for a very good offensive catcher in Omar Narvaez.  David Gasper from @ReviewngTheBrew joins the show to discuss just how good is offense is, his defensive flaws, comparisons to Grandal, and much more.  Please note David has the correct pronunciation for it is "nar-VY-ez".  Tyler discusses David Stearn's comments about Ryan Braun and Narvaez possibly playing first base next year, and dives into CJ Cron who may be a good candidate for the Brewer to sign.  Copied below is the article regarding CJ Cron and the Omar Narvaez trade. https://reviewingthebrew.com/2019/12/05/brewers-acquire-omar-narvaez-mariners-trade/ https://reviewingthebrew.com/2019/12/05/brewers-target-cron-free-agency/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brewerstrilogypodcast/support


6 Dec 2019

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Jerry Makes a Trade: Omar Narvaez traded and Domingo Non-Tendered

Sodo Mojo Podcast on the Seattle Mariners

On today's episode, the guys talk about the decision to non-tender Domingo Santana and the early morning trade of Omar Narvaez to the Milwaukee Brewers. What did Jerry get for his catcher? Did Dipoto get enough? What's next? Subscribe so you don't miss any episodes!Visit sodomojo.com for all your Mariners news, rumors, reports, this winter!Follow us on Twitter @sodomojoFS and like us on Facebook!


6 Dec 2019

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HR 1: Big night of hoops recap & B.J. and Brian place a wager on UW's record - David Strauss (mybookie.ag) - Best Tweet (Omar Narvaez)

B.J. & The Bear

The first hour of the show was a jam packed show about hoops across the state of Wisconsin! We also place a wager on the Badgers record this season and see which side you'd rather be on! David Strauss (mybookie.ag) joins the show today to give us a look at lines across college football and the NFL this weekend! Our best tweet comes from MLB insider Ken Rosenthal on the possible Brewers starting catcher for the 2020 season!


5 Dec 2019