Support James Lopez & Recapping all that Happened in June
Home Dad Chat
Danny and Brock ask for your help in supporting a fellow dad who is in the hospital, link below. They also, recap why June was such a great month and they share how their father's day was. Enjoy the show. Fundraiser to Help NYC Dad Lopez Recover from Brain Injury https://citydadsgroup.com/james-lopez-fatherhood-is-lit-fundraiser-brain-injury/?fbclid=IwAR1Nr-TEi7orwQsa6WIaf_QN50Tcj6vMqYEXU631zGX8X38mh6mZwBLUIZk https://www.gofundme.com/f/fatherhoodislit-needs-your-support?qid=e11fabeb375c40fb4aecc2a3e1d2aa29 Rugged Roots Beard Oil https://www.ruggedrootsbeardcare.com/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/homedadchat/message
James Lopez is an author, educator, and a U.S. Army veteran whose personal experiences during the war in Iraq combined with his love of history and adventure were the inspiration for writing his first novel, Deus Vult, A Tale of the First Crusade. The tale is about one man’s search for truth and the struggles he faces which ultimately test his faith in God.Trust and faith in God are two values that James believes have gotten him through some of the most difficult times in his life. When he’s not working or writing, James loves to scuba dive and travel to foreign countries to experience new cultures and learn about their history. One of his goals is to someday visit Jerusalem and the Holy Land and walk in those places that for now, exist only in his vivid imagination. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Cuba in Turmoil -- Again August 8, 2021 –Recent Protests in Cuba continue a history of turmoil from Columbus to Castro. And once again eyes are on the United States to respond. “The Cuban economy is in free fall,” said Dr. James Lopez, co-director of the Center for Jose Marti Studies at the University of Tampa. “There is great economic hardship, food shortages, the collapse of the medical system, COVID cases are on the rise.” Join us, listen, learn, and share.
#92: Dad to Dad, James Lopez in Conversation with Kenneth Kellogg
The Modern Dads Podcast
Season 7 Premier: Through this season we will include conversations between dads across our #CityDads network. In this episode, NYC Dads Group Co-Organizer and #FatherhoodIsLit podcast host James Lopez talks with father and opera singer Kenneth Kellogg about growing up in tough neighborhoods, blazing unique career paths, and encouraging their kids to have big dreams.
Film producer James Lopez talks his upcoming Doug Williams biopic, why Black Panther was transcendent for successful Black films and who should be the Texans next head coach
NFL: Huddle and Flow
Lopez tells why being an NFL general manager is his dream job (11:36), why “AmeriCAN” is the film he’s most proud to have produced (22:55), he describes why making diverse films is a priority for he and partner Will Packer (35:26) and Steve and Jim call out the Titans over their COVID-19 outbreak (00:55) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
James Lopez has built Fatherhood Is Lit on several tenets he tries to live up to every day: Be different, be proud, have fun, and don't settle. And when it comes to working with brands, be unorthodox. He'd rather invest his time in father/child events that have a far more lasting impact than an ephemeral post on social media. James wasn't always comfortable being called an influencer or a stay-at-home dad, until he decided both terms are open to wide interpretation. And he's eager to talk about his complex childhood in the South Bronx, how his Master's degree in computer science informs his entrepreneurship, and why blackjack is excellent for teaching your kid math.
We Can't Win Unless We're Organized, with James Lopez
Getting to the Root of it with Venus Roots
In this episode, Niki interviews James Lopez, Executive Director at Power U Center for Social Change. Grounded in an organizing tradition and a leftist framework, the two discuss what it means for "defund the police" to go mainstream, the benefits and limitations of social media politickin, and what is needed to win meaningful material social change. James began organizing through the Western New York Law Center working with members of their consumer debt clinic, which helped change New York state policy around predatory lending, payday loans, and Community Reinvestment issues. Prior to Power U, James was an organizer for VOICE-Buffalo, where he organized with residents and those formerly incarcerated in order to push policy on policing reform and alternatives to mass incarceration. He was also part of Black Love Resists in the Rust (BLRR), which is a collective of organizers of color in the city of Buffalo committed to developing transformational organizing in the city of Buffalo. James is an alum of Black Organizing for Leader and Dignity (BOLD) Directors Training.Support the podcast and become a patreon here.Episode transcript available here.Music courtesy of Magic City Hippies. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The Clutchvision Podcast | EPS.52 | James Lopez - How Fathers Can Improve with their Family | #Fatherhoodislit
The Kennith Allen Thomas Show
James Lopez founder of Fatherhood is LIT joined us to speak about helping other fathers having an outlet to let out their emotions to lead their families better. @fatherhoodislit #SHIFTMAKERS2020--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kennyclutch/message
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Fatherhood Field Notes EP48 w/ James Lopez: Yelp for Dads, Fun with your Kids, Is it cool for dads?
Rebel and Create Podcast: Fatherhood Field Notes & Craft of Fatherhood
James Lopez is a man on a mission to inspire fathers to have fun with their kids. He believes that fathers have an enormous responsibility to love, lead, and serve their kiddos...while having fun with them. He is working hard to inspire men to get outside and have fun with their kiddos. He created the Hashtag #Fatherhoodislit and is daily posting content to inspire and influence men to live up to their potential.