Tema: EL ANTES Y DESPUÉS DEL PERIODISMO Invitado: Luis Fernando Rojas Coles
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In this episode we have a very special guest, Fernando Rojas. He is a radio host for Radio Caracol 1260 AM and by far one of the most interesting and amazing people I have ever met. If you want to hear about his interview with LeBron James or his dog Larry, you've come to the right place.
Turno nocturno | entrevista con Juan Fernando Rojas, actor de Emergencias
Paúl Zumárraga entrevista a Juan Fernando Rojas, quien a finales de la década del 2000 formó parte de la serie de televisión Emergencias, que reunió a los actores más representativos de la época y planteó una alternativa de entretenimiento de calidad creando un impacto en los televidentes.
Episode 15 - Mega March (Beto O'Rourke, Rafael Anchia, Marc Veasy, Esseiny Alanis, Fernando Rojas)
The Mega March on April 9th was another powerful demonstration of the positive change that is happening in North Texas as people from across the region step up to fight for a fairer, freer, and safer community. During the demonstration at Dallas City Hall, we were able to catch up with a few of the speakers and a couple of activists who have been working to protect immigrant rights in the Dallas area.Rafael Anchia represents Northwest Dallas County in the Texas House, and took some time away from his work on behalf of District 103 in Austin to take part in the Mega March. Catch up with him on Twitter (@RafaelAnchia) to learn more about his efforts during the legislative session.www.house.state.tx.us/members/member-page/?district=103Esseiny Alanis is a teacher in Dallas ISD and one of the Mega March organizers. She attended the 2006 version shortly after she arrived in Dallas from Mexico with her family. Learn more about her story:www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Dallas-Teacher-Motivated-to-Attend-Dallas-Mega-March-for-Second-Time-417915753.htmlBeto O'Rourke shocked the political world when he unseated a 16-year incumbent in his first congressional race in El Paso five years ago, and he's now trying again in his run again Ted Cruz. Learn more:www.betofortexas.com/Marc Veasey represents West Dallas and Fort Worth in the United States Congress, and has been at the forefront of the fight for voting rights in Texas. Learn more about his efforts on behalf of District 33 on his website:www.marcveasey.com/Fernando Rojas is the president of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) chapter in Mesquite, and has been active in Dallas County politics for many years. If you're interested in finding out more about LULAC, check out the link below:www.lulac.org/Thanks for listening to the IndivisibleDFW Podcast. Please subscribe on iTunes to get the latest episodes and write us a review if you like what you hear.itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/indiv…d1202524959?mt=2Stay in touch:www.indivisibledfw.org www.facebook.com/indivisibledfw www.twitter.com/dfwindivisible www.instagram.com/indivisibledfw