Sofia Espinoza Alvarez

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Sofía Espinoza is an author, researcher, legist, and advocate. She is a law graduate from Universidad de León (México) and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice (Texas). Her areas of academic interest include Mexican and U.S. jurisprudence, philosophy of law, immigration law, law and society, and penology. Vested in positive social transformation, Álvarez has maintained an active research and publication agenda, publishing various academic books, book chapters, and journal articles, including works like “From the Shadows of the Past: Revolutionizing Multiculturalism in the Midst of Globalization—A Twenty-First Century Challenge” (2014), “Capital Punishment on Trial: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides—A Question of Justice?” ( ...more

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Mexicano demanda por 345 mdd a Coca-Cola por presunto fraude

Debido a la falta de difusión en medios de esta demanda he tomando a bien compartir la siguiente nota. ***La refresquera más grande del mundo podría pagar hasta 345 millones de dólares al empresario José Antonio Del Valle debido a una demanda que interpuso contra Coca Cola en México por fraude corporativo y robo de


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“Who is as free as a writer? Nadie es tan libre como un escritor . . . No one is as free as a writer!”
Sofia Espinoza Alvarez, Latino Police Officers in the United States: An Examination of Emerging Trends and Issues

“When the experts’ scientific knowledge is legitimated in terms of being rational, logical, efficient, educated, progressive, modern, and enlightened, what analogies can other segments of society . . . utilize to challenge them?”
Martin Guevara Urbina

“In the twenty-first century, human minds, and to a lesser extent, human hearts can work like well calibrated precision instruments, but who can write the universal manual on imagination?”
Martin Guevara Urbina, Latino Access to Higher Education: Ethnic Realitites and New Directions for the Twenty-first Century

“At the heart of the American paradigm is the perception that law and its agents . . . police officers, correctional officers, attorneys and judges . . . are color-blind and thus justice is impartial, objective and seeks la verdad (the truth). But, la realidad (reality) differs.”
Martin Guevara Urbina, Latino Police Officers in the United States: An Examination of Emerging Trends and Issues

“Learning about freedom, for . . . the very essence of human existence, knowledge, as the mind is an element that enables us to shift the winds of luck, reshape the forces of fate or destiny, and, ultimately, empower us to become free authors of our own lives, for the true art of human expression is the ability to express our dreams, thoughts, and emotions as we feel them or as they come to mind, as we search for universal equality, justice, peace, love, truth, and reality.”
Martin Guevara Urbina, Twenty-first Century Dynamics of Multiculturalism: Beyond Post-racial America

“Over the years, I’ve discovered that as the years go by, sometimes we are energized and enlighten and sometimes we are demoralized and disheartened to realize that in some situations our beginning is our end and in others our end is our beginning.”
Martin Guevara Urbina




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Sofia Alvarez Sofia Espinoza Alvarez Who is as free as a writer? Nadie es tan libre como un escritor . . . No one is as free as a writer! Latino Police Officers in the United States: An Examination of Emerging Trends and Issues


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