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A weekly podcast discussing the issues affecting my generation, your generation and our neighbor's generation – all while enjoying a cold beer. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

Latest Episodes

02.05: Big Woman Energy

EOn this episode of America on Tap we focus on the female experience in 2019. I share a drink with three great women, Maeghan, Abby and Jazmine, to hear their opinions on how their female identity has shaped who they are today. We take a stab at understanding how they balanced their different identities with their gender, attempt to deconstruct the concept of female rage in 2019, analyze how 2020 female candidates have been perceived and much more. Join us for this conversation if you want to hear us praise Mindy Kaling for her awesomeness and at the same time take a personal journey through how your view on gender has shaped who you are today. Big Woman Energy is unlimited. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

66 MINAPR 15
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02.05: Big Woman Energy

02.04: The intersectionality of religion

On this episode of America on Tap I am joined by Sherell, Hadil and friend of the pod Aline to discuss one of my favorite topics: Religion. Each of my guests come from a different religious background – and with it different life experiences that have shaped who they are today. We discuss hoe their faith impacts their identity and their interactions with others, how morality and religion overlap, how the national rhetoric has treated their faith and much more. Join us for an enlightening conversation with good friends and great drinks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

64 MINAPR 4
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02.04: The intersectionality of religion

02.03: What is a cultural duopoly?

On this episode of America on Tap, I invite three friends, Laura, Alejandro and Masha to discuss a concept I may or may not have invented: Cultural Duopoly. All three of my guests have a cultural background that is different than the place they currently live and as someone that also shares this theme I was fascinated to figure out how their experience was different or similar. We chat about what it's like growing up in the United States with a family history that finds its origins elsewhere, how this duopoly impacts our social interactions, favorite places to travel and much more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

50 MINJAN 25
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02.03: What is a cultural duopoly?

02.02: Masculinity in 2019

EWe're back after a *short* 5-week break with a topic that needs plenty of discussing: masculinity. I'm joined by great pals Lillian, Jeremy and friend of the pod Rodolfo for a conversation marked by a combination of intellectuality, practicality and hilarious jokes. We break down how masculinity fits into the idea of identity, some of the ways masculinity has become a fluid concept and how we think it will continue to develop throughout the years. The concept of masculinity is rapidly changing and if you're interested in learning why and how then this is the episode for you. Come for the opportunity to learn and stay for the velvet shirt jokes (You'll get it, I promise). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

44 MINJAN 19
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02.02: Masculinity in 2019

02.01: Representation in the 116th Congress

First episode of the season and you know we have to talk about the incredibly diversity coming to the recently elected 116th Congress. This congress will bring a lot of firsts, but perhaps more importantly it will more accurately reflect the nation it represents. Identity is important when it comes to politics – those we elect should understand this. To discuss this I invited three friends of the pod, Carmen, Madison and Sydney to share a beer with me and discuss. We'll break down why representation in politics is important, who exactly just got elected and how we can continue to engage groups that traditionally sit out elections. Cheers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

51 MIN2018 DEC 6
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02.01: Representation in the 116th Congress

02.00: The Trailer

Welcome back to America on Tap! Season 1 was a heck of a journey and Season 2 promises to be an upgrade. This season I'll be tackling the issue of identity – and the overlapping topics that come with it. Before we truly get into each episode, jump in to the trailer and check out what's changing, what's staying the same and how it is that I will attempt to tackle identity in this second season. Don't worry, we're still going to be enjoying a cold beer with each episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

5 MIN2018 NOV 28
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02.00: The Trailer

01.10: The Midterms

EThe season 1 finale of America on Tap is finally upon us. To celebrate this milestone I invited the guests that started it all back on episode 1 – Alejandro and Ryan, to discuss a vital topic: The Midterms. Interested in figuring out why this election seems so important? You're voting but unsure of what's at stake? Want to hear three politically-obsessed friends discuss what could or could not happen on November 6th? Then this is the episode for you! We set the stakes, we dive into the issues that seem to be ripping apart the country and we finish things off with predictions for what the election can bring. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

47 MIN2018 OCT 26
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01.10: The Midterms

01.09: Americans abroad: From Missouri to the world

On this episode we take a trip to Madrid and Shanghai to talk to Cathy and Megan, two Americans who decided to take the plunge and move abroad. Their experiences are similar in some ways – they both had a passionate thirst for exploration and discovery but their journey's have shades of interesting differences. Join us for a fascinating conversation figuring out why people leave the comfort of home to the challenge of the unknown, cultural differences and learn about great Spanish and Chinese beers. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

47 MIN2018 SEP 27
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01.09: Americans abroad: From Missouri to the world

01.08: Socialism in America

ESome progressive candidates across the nation have managed incredible upsets this primary season, unseating long-term representatives. Why is this happening? Some say progressive ideals are finally catching on with the American mainstream, others say it's a response to President Trump. I invited Rodolfo, Collin and friend of the pod Carmen to discuss if socialism has come to America. Programming Note: Guest opinions are never shared or endorsed by host Juan Franco unless noted. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

48 MIN2018 SEP 17
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01.08: Socialism in America

01.07: "Will you require sponsorship in the future?"

On this episode of America on Tap I explore the complexity of international students coming to the United States to pursue their education. It's not as easy as getting on a plane and coming over – something my guests Pablo, Juan Fernando and friend of the pod Gill, make clear with their personal narratives. A complicated topic to be sure, but one that needs to be heard by many nevertheless. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

36 MIN2018 SEP 10
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01.07: "Will you require sponsorship in the future?"

Latest Episodes

02.05: Big Woman Energy

EOn this episode of America on Tap we focus on the female experience in 2019. I share a drink with three great women, Maeghan, Abby and Jazmine, to hear their opinions on how their female identity has shaped who they are today. We take a stab at understanding how they balanced their different identities with their gender, attempt to deconstruct the concept of female rage in 2019, analyze how 2020 female candidates have been perceived and much more. Join us for this conversation if you want to hear us praise Mindy Kaling for her awesomeness and at the same time take a personal journey through how your view on gender has shaped who you are today. Big Woman Energy is unlimited. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

66 MINAPR 15
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02.05: Big Woman Energy

02.04: The intersectionality of religion

On this episode of America on Tap I am joined by Sherell, Hadil and friend of the pod Aline to discuss one of my favorite topics: Religion. Each of my guests come from a different religious background – and with it different life experiences that have shaped who they are today. We discuss hoe their faith impacts their identity and their interactions with others, how morality and religion overlap, how the national rhetoric has treated their faith and much more. Join us for an enlightening conversation with good friends and great drinks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

64 MINAPR 4
Comments
02.04: The intersectionality of religion

02.03: What is a cultural duopoly?

On this episode of America on Tap, I invite three friends, Laura, Alejandro and Masha to discuss a concept I may or may not have invented: Cultural Duopoly. All three of my guests have a cultural background that is different than the place they currently live and as someone that also shares this theme I was fascinated to figure out how their experience was different or similar. We chat about what it's like growing up in the United States with a family history that finds its origins elsewhere, how this duopoly impacts our social interactions, favorite places to travel and much more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

50 MINJAN 25
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02.03: What is a cultural duopoly?

02.02: Masculinity in 2019

EWe're back after a *short* 5-week break with a topic that needs plenty of discussing: masculinity. I'm joined by great pals Lillian, Jeremy and friend of the pod Rodolfo for a conversation marked by a combination of intellectuality, practicality and hilarious jokes. We break down how masculinity fits into the idea of identity, some of the ways masculinity has become a fluid concept and how we think it will continue to develop throughout the years. The concept of masculinity is rapidly changing and if you're interested in learning why and how then this is the episode for you. Come for the opportunity to learn and stay for the velvet shirt jokes (You'll get it, I promise). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

44 MINJAN 19
Comments
02.02: Masculinity in 2019

02.01: Representation in the 116th Congress

First episode of the season and you know we have to talk about the incredibly diversity coming to the recently elected 116th Congress. This congress will bring a lot of firsts, but perhaps more importantly it will more accurately reflect the nation it represents. Identity is important when it comes to politics – those we elect should understand this. To discuss this I invited three friends of the pod, Carmen, Madison and Sydney to share a beer with me and discuss. We'll break down why representation in politics is important, who exactly just got elected and how we can continue to engage groups that traditionally sit out elections. Cheers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

51 MIN2018 DEC 6
Comments
02.01: Representation in the 116th Congress

02.00: The Trailer

Welcome back to America on Tap! Season 1 was a heck of a journey and Season 2 promises to be an upgrade. This season I'll be tackling the issue of identity – and the overlapping topics that come with it. Before we truly get into each episode, jump in to the trailer and check out what's changing, what's staying the same and how it is that I will attempt to tackle identity in this second season. Don't worry, we're still going to be enjoying a cold beer with each episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

5 MIN2018 NOV 28
Comments
02.00: The Trailer

01.10: The Midterms

EThe season 1 finale of America on Tap is finally upon us. To celebrate this milestone I invited the guests that started it all back on episode 1 – Alejandro and Ryan, to discuss a vital topic: The Midterms. Interested in figuring out why this election seems so important? You're voting but unsure of what's at stake? Want to hear three politically-obsessed friends discuss what could or could not happen on November 6th? Then this is the episode for you! We set the stakes, we dive into the issues that seem to be ripping apart the country and we finish things off with predictions for what the election can bring. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

47 MIN2018 OCT 26
Comments
01.10: The Midterms

01.09: Americans abroad: From Missouri to the world

On this episode we take a trip to Madrid and Shanghai to talk to Cathy and Megan, two Americans who decided to take the plunge and move abroad. Their experiences are similar in some ways – they both had a passionate thirst for exploration and discovery but their journey's have shades of interesting differences. Join us for a fascinating conversation figuring out why people leave the comfort of home to the challenge of the unknown, cultural differences and learn about great Spanish and Chinese beers. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

47 MIN2018 SEP 27
Comments
01.09: Americans abroad: From Missouri to the world

01.08: Socialism in America

ESome progressive candidates across the nation have managed incredible upsets this primary season, unseating long-term representatives. Why is this happening? Some say progressive ideals are finally catching on with the American mainstream, others say it's a response to President Trump. I invited Rodolfo, Collin and friend of the pod Carmen to discuss if socialism has come to America. Programming Note: Guest opinions are never shared or endorsed by host Juan Franco unless noted. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

48 MIN2018 SEP 17
Comments
01.08: Socialism in America

01.07: "Will you require sponsorship in the future?"

On this episode of America on Tap I explore the complexity of international students coming to the United States to pursue their education. It's not as easy as getting on a plane and coming over – something my guests Pablo, Juan Fernando and friend of the pod Gill, make clear with their personal narratives. A complicated topic to be sure, but one that needs to be heard by many nevertheless. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-on-tap/support

36 MIN2018 SEP 10
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01.07: "Will you require sponsorship in the future?"
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