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Juhem Navarro-Rivera

8 Podcast Episodes

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Diversity and Non-Belief: Sociologist Juhem Navarro-Rivera on OnlySky

Interfaith Voices Podcast (hour-long version)

Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera studies people like him – atheists, agnostics, “Nones” and other non-believers of color. He says non-believers of color have extra challenges in “coming out”.


25 Feb 2022

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Episode 4: Understanding Secular Communities, with Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera

Beyond Atheism Podcast

In this episode, Todd and Nathan are joined by their first ever guest, Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera, the Research Director and Managing Partner at Socioanalitica Research and a scholar of politics, race, and religion. We talk about his latest project, the Secular Communities Survey, and learn a lot as he details some of the remarkable findings from his past research on the politics of nonreligious people.For people in the United States who have belonged to secular communities, please fill out the Secular Communities Survey: https://secularcommunities.com/surveyFor more info on the survey: https://secularcommunities.hfa.ucsb.edu/For more on Juhem: https://juhemnr.com/home/And follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JuhemNRSee also Juhem’s 2020 Secular Voices Report: https://secularvoices2020.socioanalitica.com/Follow Nathan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NathGAlexanderFollow Todd on Medium: https://todd-tavares.medium.com/

1hr 1min

11 Mar 2021

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Secular Voters: Reshaping American Politics with Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera

Secular Left

In this episode Doug gets schooled on the Secular Voices Survey by Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera from Socioanalitica Research. Secular voters are more than atheist and agnostic and they are more political and more progressive than white Christian nationalists. Secular voters also are more concerned about the response to COVID-19. Dr. Navarro-Rivera also touches on the Latinx vote. Voters for Trump tended to come from countries where they were richer and a higher social class than Latinx voters in Arizona which went for Biden.Show NotesSignup for our newsletter00:49 Secular Voters16:18 State of election polling22:23 The Latinx voteSupport the show


19 Nov 2020

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095 - Secular American Voices, feat. Juhem Navarro-Rivera

Life After God's tracks

In this episode Ryan shares a few thoughts about the victory of Joe Biden in the presidential election, followed by an interview with Juhem Navarro-Rivera of Socioanalítica Research about the political views and values of secular Americans as compared to all Americans. These results are revealed in a new report by Socioanalítica Research entitled, Secular Voices Survey.LINKSDownload the Secular Voices Survey | https://secularvoices2020.socioanalitica.comSocioanalítica Research website | https://socioanaliticaresearch.comFriendly Atheist guest post | https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2020/10/08/pay-attention-democrats-research-shows-secular-americans-are-a-voting-bloc"NoneDecision 2020" (The Humanist) | https://thehumanist.com/commentary/nonedecision-2020-secular-voters-disagree-on-more-than-candidatesSocioanalítica Blog (Medium) | https://medium.com/storias/how-secular-voters-can-decide-the-election-f45d72b0285fFollow Juhem on Facebook and Instagram, @Socioanalitica Follow Juhem on Twitter @JuhemNR

1hr 15mins

8 Nov 2020

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7: Juhem Navarro-Rivera, Latinx Humanist Alliance, Humanist Organizing, and Religious-Based Political Science

Jerb The Humanist

Juhem Navarro-Rivera joins Jeremiah to promote the Latinx Humanists, which you can find here:https://www.latinxhumanists.org/The two discuss the goals for the Latinx Humanist Alliance. Beyond that, Juhem drops a ton of knowledge on his area of study- political science focusing on nonreligious demographics. You can follow him on Twitter at @JuhemNR and you can find him at his website below:https://juhemnavarro.net/


8 Jan 2019

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Bi Any Means Podcast #119: Latinx Secular Politics with Juhem Navarro-Rivera

Bi Any Means Podcast

My guest for today is Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera. According to his official bio, “Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera is a political scientist with expertise in Latinx political behavior and in secularism and politics. He writes about the intersection of secularism, race, and politics in his blog The LatiNone and cohosts The Benito Juárez Experience, a podcast on politics, society, and culture from a secular Latinx perspective. He is author or coauthor of many articles on secularism, politics and race in the United States. He works as managing partner and political director at SocioAnalítica Research. Dr. Navarro-Rivera earned his PhD in Political Science from the University of Connecticut.” And today we’re going to find out more about him and what he does.Links:•The LatiNone: https://thelatinone.com/ •The Benito Juarez Experience Podcast: https://tbje.podbean.com/ •Juhem on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JuhemNR •PASTAHcon: http://atheistpa.org/ •Trans Podcaster Visibility Initiative Survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSds9bQ-X9VTG3ILASDIIwwA_DuNqtsU0elEQjYT9UlNoF8Amw/viewform •The Secular Barbershop: http://www.thesecularbarbershop.com/ •The Trans Podcaster Visibility Initiative: https://www.facebook.com/transvisiblepodcaster/ •Dream Youth: http://dreamyouth.bandcamp.com •Asher Silberman: http://www.ashersilberman.com/ •My Twitter: http://twitter.com/tmamone •Bi Any Means on Twitter: http://twitter.com/bianymeanspod •Bi Any Means on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bianymeanspodcast •The Bi Any Means/Biskeptical Podcast Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/179617892470906/ •Email: bianymeanspodcast@gmail.com •Listener line: 410-690-3558 •My Patreon page: http://www.patreon.com/tmamone•PayPal link: http://paypal.me/tmamone •Bi Any Means Blog: http://freethoughtblogs.com/bianymeans/


12 Oct 2017

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The Humanist Hour #208: Juhem Navarro-Rivera on Changing Demographics and Changing Politics

The Humanist Hour

There is a significant portion of the U.S. electorate this year who seem determined to "take back their country". It's rare, however, that these people are willing to explicitly state who they want to take the country back from. In reality their political fears reflect a voting population that is less white, less male, and less religious than it has ever been before.Juhem Navarro-Rivera is a political scientist who studies the political behavior of many of the groups within this rising American electorate. He specializes in studying Latino voters and the religious Nones. This week, he joins Stephanie Zvan to talk about the concerns and behavior of these groups, as well as the concerns and behaviors of the largely white, male, and religious voters who are resisting their participation in the political process.

17 Aug 2016

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Ep. 23 - Juhem Navarro-Rivera, Research Associate with PRRI

Friendly Atheist Podcast

Juhem Navarro-Rivera is a research associate at the Public Religion Research Institute. PRRI publishes some of the most important and credible surveys when it comes to tracking religious demographics in the United States. Before joining PRRI, Juhem was a research fellow at the Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture at Trinity College, where he served as the lead analyst for many studies, including the landmark American Religious Identification Survey. He also taught political science and Latino Studies at the Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Institute at the University of Connecticut.We spoke with him about how PRRI collects its data, whether the results themselves can draw criticism, and how to grow the diversity within the atheist movement. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


10 Dec 2014