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Who are the people who will be responsible for science and culture in Claudia Sheinbaum’s Nation Project?

Who are the people who will be responsible for science and culture in Claudia Sheinbaum’s Nation Project?

Among the artists, academics and scientists who will participate in the team that will work to develop the nation project that pre-candidate Claudia Sheinbaum will implement, if she wins the presidency, is Susanna HarpSinger and senator for the Republic of Oaxaca. When reviewing her career, it goes without saying that she is known for her traditional music songs. Her social strand stands out: she is the founder of the Xquenda Cultural Association, a platform for students of the Center for Musical Training and Development of Mixed Culture (Cecam); Which could be a sample of the type of projects you could focus on. She is the niece of businessman and philanthropist Alfredo Harp Hilo. His Morino political struggle is well known.

The participation of the former Minister of Education in the capital’s government was also revealed. Rosaura Ruiz, a Doctor of Science from UNAM and holds a postdoctoral degree from the University of California, Irvine. She directed the Faculty of Science at UNAM (2010-2017) and was President of the Mexican Academy of Sciences (2008-2009). He is a member of the Organization of Ibero-American States Commission on Education, Science and Culture (OEI).

the doctor David Kirshenobitch It was also introduced. The doctor trained at the Salvador Zoberan National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition (which he directed from 2012 to 2022) and at the Royal Free Hospital. It is part of the National Academy of Medicine. He received the Order of Merit in Science from the Legislative Assembly of Mexico City (ALDF). He has published articles in journals such as The New England Journal of Medicine and was president of important medical societies.

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In the case of the indigenous poet and activist, Irma PinedaHis activism is directly linked to his history since 1978, when he was three years old, his father, Victor Pineda Henestrosa, founder of the Student Worker-Feasier Alliance (Cocei), disappeared at the hands of the army. From 2020 to 2022, Pineda represented indigenous peoples in Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean before the United Nations. Pineda has also worked with artists such as Francisco Toledo.

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Linguist Violeta Vasquez Rojas, who holds a PhD from New York University, was also announced. She is a professor and researcher at El Colegio de México. He is particularly interested in multilingualism in Mexico. Together with Julia Pozas Loyo, he runs the magazine “Cuadernos de Lingüística” of El Colegio de México. He is a member of the CELL Semantics and Syntax Symposium.

While the historian and analyst, Lorenzo Mayer He is a professor emeritus at El Colegio de México and a columnist for Globalism. Meyer won the National Journalism Award in 1989 and the National Arts and Sciences Award in 2011. He is a popular political analyst and contributor to numerous programs.

The dialogue tables will begin next week. Among the audience were personalities such as: Damian AlcazarAnd Giulietta Fierro and Horacio Franco.

The team was displayed yesterday at the Interactive Museum of Economics (MEED). Sheinbaum herself was on the presidency and the 17 people making up the coordination team Juan Ramon de la Fuenteformer Dean of UNAM, and former Representative of Mexico to the United Nations.

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