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Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:26 min | 8 min ago

Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"New Yorkers came out in strong numbers to vote to make an imprint on the future of this city. That makes me really happy. You know, given the fact that Covid Was such a presence during this campaign. In fact, for so much of campaign canvas couldn't go out in the communities the way we historically have couldn't connect with people, De Blasio says more than 944,000 voters participated. The White House says the vice president Kamala Harris is headed to El Paso, Texas, tomorrow with Homeland Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. It is her first trip to the border since assuming office. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the Department of Homeland Security assessed that this was an appropriate time for the visit. We didn't want to have anyone visit at a time where it be disruptive to Efforts and progress being made on the ground. But they made that assessment and she had said just a few weeks ago that should be open to going to the border. Zaki says the administration has made a great deal of progress and Border Patrol. Harris has faced growing pressure from Republicans to visit the border after record numbers of unaccompanied minors. Nearly overwhelmed Border patrol officials. Earlier this year. John McAfee, the creator of the anti virus protection software, was found dead in his Spanish prison cell. Just hours earlier, It was announced that McAfee would be extradited to the U. S. To face charges of financial crimes. John McAfee was 75 There will be a recall election of California Governor Gavin News from this year New Summer Democrat has faced scrutiny for his lockdown efforts. To control the coronavirus pandemic. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quit take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than 120 countries and Michael Bar. This is Bloomberg. Nathan. Thanks, Michael..

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Vice President Harris to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border

One Life Radio

00:19 sec | 16 hrs ago

Vice President Harris to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border

"Vice President Kamala Harris may be coming to the Texas Mexico border. On Friday. Sources tell Politico she'll visit El Paso, along with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Texas Republicans have been demanding Harris come to the border for the last several months after President Joe Biden asked her to run border efforts. Former President Trump will be coming to the

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Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:30 sec | 41 min ago

Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

"Will come of it. Sure, I'm glad she's going to the border. She doesn't have any solutions. Harris traveled to Central America earlier this summer to get to the root causes of the migrant surge. But Friday she'll be in El Paso, making the trip with her homeland Security Secretary Alejandro my or CAS. Clayton Neville, W B. A P News and Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly will soon become the executive chair of the board of directors. Dallas based Southwest announced yesterday that Kelly will take on the new role starting next February. Executive Vice President Robert Jordan will then become CEO with Kelly, saying he's well prepared for the role. Kelly has been CEO since 2000 and four but has been with the company since the 19 eighties. Jordan has also been with Southwest for over three decades..

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Kamala Harris, in Guatemala, Discusses Plan to Deter Migrants

The World

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Kamala Harris, in Guatemala, Discusses Plan to Deter Migrants

"Is in Guatemala today. If the start of her trip is any sign yesterday, Air Force to had to turn back after take off for a safety check. The assignment is going to be a challenge. Mrs Harris first foreign trip Mission, President Joe Biden gave her find ways to reduce migration to the US by improving conditions in Central America. One of the big challenges in the region is how ineffective governments there have been at solving the simple, grinding problems of daily life in their countries. Speaking from Guatemala City today, Harris said she and Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry talked about a key issue Corruption on the issue of corruption. Uh, the conversation that I had with President Janet Today was very Frank. And very candid, and I think this is a quality that he and I appreciate in each other. Following all of this is Adrianna Beltran with the watchdog group, The Washington office on Latin America. She said Harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately, over the last several years, what you've seen across the region, including Guatemala has been a backlash against anti corruption, anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law. So as long as we're on the subject, explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact of USA to Central America. When we talk about corruption in Guatemala in Central America, we're not talking about a few bad apples, a few corrupt government officials that accept bribes But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of Guatemala, increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold the government institutions And have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population. You know,

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Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:36 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

"Getting ready to come to an end, June 30th come out. We have a ton of people right now that are gonna be hiring. Business is open in Texas, and we want to make sure that we've got folks were employed. There's multiple upcoming job fairs plan in North Texas and roughly 850,000 jobs posted on the work in Texas website visit. W b a p dot com for more information. Cat bonds, iron W B, A P News and the veep. That's right. Vice President Harris is coming to the Texas Mexico border. On Friday, she'll visit El Paso, along with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Texas Republicans have been demanding her has come to the border for the last several months after President Biden asked her to run border efforts. Former president Trump will be coming to the border next week and says the only reason why Harris is visiting the border is because of his trip. Our poll w b a p dot com Do you think that my administration will have to take the border situation more seriously, now that additional troops have headed to Texas to assist border agents? What do you think? Whether Arlington Sunshine on this Thursday 95 for high currently 81? I'm Mark Mayfield. Next update at four AM 24 7 coverage at W. With no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with capital One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions. Kind of like choosing.

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Harris in Guatemala to Tackle Immigration Causes

Jimmy Barrett

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Harris in Guatemala to Tackle Immigration Causes

"The top issue for Vice President Kamala Harris meeting with Guatemala's president Fox's Gurnal Scott has this life police a vice president Harris at a news conference at stemming the migrant influx means helping Guatemala thrive to encourage natives to stay. He's both in our interest. Reflective of our values to help create that opportunity. And to share in economic prosperity. Through a translator. Guatemalan President Alejandro G. Amante said they will help with that effort by introducing necessary changes tools for migration to becomes orderly migration and the vice president also saying the U. S will give 500,000 vaccine doses to Guatemala, Lisa Thanks, Colonel. She will be heading next to Mexico. As part of that Central America Visit America is listening to Fox News.

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Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:50 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

"I'm Sharon reared in good morning, vice President Harris is headed to the southern border in El Paso tomorrow. Speaking on Fox News yesterday, Senator Ted Cruz says she isn't even going to the part of the border where the true problem lies. You need to go to the Donna Tent facility, which is the tent city. Your administration is built. That is massively over capacity that has kids in cages. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he believes Vice President Kamala Harris border trip is focusing on the wrong part of the state. Abbott says Harris should come to Del Rio, not El Paso and speak with residents there. Harris will be joined on her trip by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, a Texas state senator wants to know if the is violating federal law by letting trans athletes compete. State Senator Charles Perry sent a letter to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton this week, saying he believes the N C double A is violating title nine. The Lubbock Republican, cites rules preventing biological men and women from taking testosterone supplements. He's asking Pakistan to give his legal opinion on the situation. The Irving Police Department is investigating multiple continuous child sexual abuse cases within Dallas County, dating as far back as 1986. Police say. The suspect is 46 year old Aaron Vaughn Black.

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Harris Meets With Guatemalan President

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Harris Meets With Guatemalan President

"In economic prosperity. Through a translator. Guatemalan President Alejandro G. Amante said they will help with that effort by introducing necessary changes tools for migration to become orderly migration and the vice president also saying the U. S will give 500,000 vaccine doses to Guatemala, Lisa Thanks, Colonel. She will be heading next to Mexico. As part of that Central America visit America is listening to Fox views. It's 33 NewsRadio one Oh 55. W E. R C scare tactics used against Congressman Mo Brooks, his wife to serve notice of a

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Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

00:38 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alejandro" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"Creo, now a global news update. A bipartisan group of senators and the White House are nearing a trillion dollar infrastructure. Well, Utah Republican Mitt Romney told reporters late Wednesday. Both sides have agreed on a framework and they'll meet with President Biden Thursday to brief him. The senators say the plan includes $579 billion in new spending for a total of nearly a trillion dollars over five years. California Governor Gavin Newsom is officially headed for recall election Secretary of State. Surely Weber says only 43 people withdrew their names from the recall petition. She says there were more than 1.7 million verified signatures, which is more than enough to meet the threshold for a recall election. Vice President Harris will visit the southern border in El Paso, Texas. This trip on Friday is part of the coordinated effort. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. Harris will be joined by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Republicans have criticized terrorists for not visiting the border. I'm Brian Chuck. This.

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US Formally Ends Policy for Asylum-Seekers to Wait in Mexico

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

US Formally Ends Policy for Asylum-Seekers to Wait in Mexico

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the US formally ends the policy forcing asylum seekers to wait in Mexico the blighted ministration formally ended the trump era migrant protection protocols Tuesday doing away with the policy that forced asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U. S. immigration court the shift was announced by homeland security secretary Alejandro my orcas in a seven page memo the policy had returned about seventy thousand asylum seekers to Mexico from January twenty nineteen until Biden's first day in office this year representative John Katko will do your work the top Republican on the house homeland security committee called the move a very serious mistake might cross CO Washington

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Flying Over Memorial Day? Expect Long Lines at Airports

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Flying Over Memorial Day? Expect Long Lines at Airports

"Are you traveling over the Memorial Day holiday weekend the pandemic restrictions are easing and millions of Americans are traveling for the holiday the triple a predicts a sixty percent increase in travel over last year the homeland security secretary Alejandro Mayorga says you ought to get ready for those long lines at the airport and the pandemic sent many hotel housekeepers home so the sheets in your room may not get changed as often and if you have to rent a car the average price has doubled from the year ago homeland secretary my work is also says the government is looking closely at the possibility of vaccine passports for travel into and out of the U. S. that means you'd have to prove you've been vaccinated I'm Rita folate

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Changing Venture Capital From Within, a Deal at a Time

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:03 min | Last month

Changing Venture Capital From Within, a Deal at a Time

"The tech industry like most of america is grappling with its lack of diversity and systemic inequality. The top of that pyramid tech is venture capital. Where it's hard to break through as either a startup founder or an investor last summer venture capitalist alejandro guerrero created a diversity rider for bbc firms. It's language for them to use. In their investment deals it says startup and the primary investor in a startup will make every attempt to include a member of an underrepresented group as a co investor. Guerrero says now more than fifty bc firms have adopted this language as well as a big law firm that made it standard in all its term sheets. Basically the bullet points of an investment deal. Guerrero told us. The point of the writer is to pause the deal making process and think about who isn't in the room. How do we identify diverse coinvestors and create opportunity in room for them on our cab table. These are remarkable people who have gone out gotten highly educated or great jobs have incredible experience just bringing a different

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Far Fewer Young Migrants Are in Border Patrol Custody

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | Last month

Far Fewer Young Migrants Are in Border Patrol Custody

"Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says that border patrol custody of young migrants has declined dramatically. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports that secretary My Orcas attributes that to changes made by the Biden administration secretary. My Orkest told the Senate Homeland Security Committee that fewer than 500 young migrants were in Border patrol custody this week, compared to nearly 6000 in late March. The challenge is not behind us. The results are dramatic. But Ohio GOP Senator Rob Portman noted the unaccompanied minors have been moved to health and human services facilities. I'm glad Customs and border protection is moved Children to HHS again. These Children have only been moved from one federal agency to another. My Yorkis conceded that there is much more work to be done. Claude agree

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Homeland Security Chief Tours Child Migrant Facility in Texas

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Homeland Security Chief Tours Child Migrant Facility in Texas

"Homeland security secretary Alejandro my York is visited a border processing facility in Texas may your K. says the border challenge remains but our plan of execution is well underway and the results are compelling he pointed out the change at the facility in Donna Texas rather than approximately three thousand seven hundred unaccompanied children there are three hundred thirty four may your day says this is no place for a child and they will stay in government care until they are reunited with parents we are re engineering that process and so we are building back better may your kid says they are also addressing the smuggling organizations that exploit vulnerable children I'm at Donahue

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Electric SUVs Star in a New Off-Road Racing Series

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Electric SUVs Star in a New Off-Road Racing Series

"The sport of off road racing cars and trucks speed over. Desert sand buddy fields and rocky terrain usually these vehicles have gas guzzling engines but a new off road race series called extreme e uses electric. Suv's they're really bauer food. They're quite big and they raise very fast around any kind of surface so they can go about one hundred and forty miles an hour on sand over rocks. That alejandro gog extremists. Founder and ceo. He says the five race series which started earlier. This month will showcase the potential of electric vehicles. But we thought we go one step beyond that and we good promote electric cars on the most remote corners of the planet that are affected by climate. Change the first race was held in the desert of saudi arabia. To highlight water scarcity. Another event planned for august will be held in front of a retreating glacier in greenland on land that was once covered in ice in each location extremely will support research and conservation. Work in the races will be televised. So god says they provide an opportunity to increase awareness about climate change among fans watching at home and inspire new people to get involved in climate

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MLB Moves 2021 All-Star Game Out of Atlanta In Response To Georgia Voting Restrictions

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:01 min | 2 months ago

MLB Moves 2021 All-Star Game Out of Atlanta In Response To Georgia Voting Restrictions

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US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

All Things Considered

04:37 min | 3 months ago

US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

"Migrants coming to the U. S border. Thousands of unaccompanied teens and Children in U. S custody, some held in jail like facilities. More likely on the way. This is the urgent situation facing President Biden at the border today and an echo of the one he faced as vice president back in 2014. His approach so far is similar focus on the root causes. Today, he sent three top officials to Mexico and Guatemala to discuss how to manage the increasing numbers of people trying to reach the U. S. Joining us to talk more about this is Franco or join us and Przybyl, White House correspondent and Franco first tell us just the basics of this trip to Mexico. Well, I think this is a trip that really shows how urgent the situation really is. Most of the migrants to the U. S border are from three Central American countries. Mexico had been working with the former administration to keep them from making that journey through Mexico, but that largely stopped. Biden is now sending two top officials from the National Security Council and another from the state Department to the region. Roberta Jacobson. She will be leading talks with Mexico's foreign secretary, Marcello Abroad and other top Mexican officials. She was actually an ambassador to Mexico during the Obama administration, and she'll be joined by one Gonzales, the NSC senior director for the region. Now they'll be talking about how to manage the situation and also be exploring a joint development strategy for Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries, you know, trying to work together to address the root causes of migration. Let's take one example. Guatemala What's on the agenda there? Welcome. Salas, again from the NSC and Ricardo Zuniga from the State Department will travel to Guatemala to meet with president they part of the President Alejandro Giammetti and his foreign minister, Pedro Barolo, and other economic and security officials. They will also meet with representatives from the private sector and civil society groups. You know, the big picture here is that President Biden feels that security and prosperity in Central America Are closely linked to security and prosperity in the United States. Give us some context here in terms of how Biden waiting when he was vice president, and maybe what he's doing differently this time around as president. Well, his vice president, Biden led a similar effort to Rio to address the root causes of migration. It was called the Alliance for Prosperity, and it provided a billion dollars to help police training, judicial reform and and corruption. This time around. He wants to offer $4 billion. Now I talked to Andrew Seeley about this. He's the president of the Migration Policy Institute. He said Biden is finding out the hard reality about this challenge that faces all presidents. And that it's not easy. The border is to immigration politics with the Middle East is to foreign policy. You know, every president comes in determined to do something focus on a different part of immigration. And ends up sucked into the border in some way. Frankly, Biden now owns this issue and the political fall out in a way that he didn't when he was just the vice president and one big difference in his approach this time is that the administration is going to be a bit more clear eyed about the realities of corruption at the highest level of these governments and Central America. The administration says they will on Lee give the money to community and international organizations. How has the Biden administration responded to criticism from Republicans who are claiming that Biden triggered this influx of migrants by reversing some of the restrictive immigrant immigration policies? Of President Trump's, You know, it's been a difficult thing to answer. On the one hand, the bind Administration says Look, we're going to have a more humane policy and going to rebuild the asylum system, which was largely dismantled by the former administration. On the other hand, they're saying Don't come now. And there's a sense that that message is a little bit muddied. The White House insists they've been clear they point to the thousands of radio ads and targeted social media ads in the region that they say have reached millions of people. But the numbers of people coming to the border are still high. And while the administration says that most people are turned away Children or not, and some families are not as well. And will Biden visit the board? Well, he said yesterday that heals go at some point, but there's no sense that that will happen in the near future. That's NPR.

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Biden aims to prevent border crossings from swamping agenda

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Biden aims to prevent border crossings from swamping agenda

"The Biden administration is scrambling to manage a growing humanitarian and political challenge at the U. S. Mexico border homeland security secretary Alejandro Mayorga says president Biden inherited an untenable situation from president trump we are rebuilding the system as we address the needs of vulnerable children who arrive at our borders but on ABC's this week he adds we know how to address it we have a plan I haven't seen a plan Republicans are skeptical congressman Michael McCaul also on ABC's this week they have created a humanitarian crisis down here the call is forecast it's going to get a lot worse morning times summer more more come over the messages coming back that Hey we got a new president come on man Ben Thomas Washington

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Biden administration grapples with border surge

Money Matters with Wes Moss

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Biden administration grapples with border surge

"Of migrants at the border, including thousands of unaccompanied Children. More than 600 Children have been in border custody for more than 10 days. That's longer than the three days allowed by law. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My or Kiss was asked by CNN. If the Biden administration changed policies too quickly and can't handle the situation. There was a system in place. In both Republican and Democratic administrations that was tourney down during the Trump administration. And that is why the challenge is more acute than it ever has been before he sends the priority is to take care of these Children

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says Biden administration unprepared for migration influx

Mark Levin

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says Biden administration unprepared for migration influx

"Continuing to deny the situation at the southern border is a crisis. Governor Greg Abbott, however, says that many of the facility set up by the administration are being overrun and facing issues such as covert outbreaks and no drinking water. The body administration is unprepared for the size and the amount of number of people coming in as well as the covert of the water or health challenges. That all these Bibles are facing. So this is a total disaster by the bite administration. The governor speaking with Fox News, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My Orcas was with a group of senators at a border facility in El Paso today. The Texas

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"alejandro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Alejandro My Orkest did not speak publicly after a visit here to the El Paso sector, where he saw firsthand the facility housing Children, which it capacity earlier this week. It comes after Fox News witness more than 25 apprehensions and spoke to some migrants. Who told us the crossings are never going to stop under these conditions. Fox is Griff Jenkins. Yesterday, Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee accused the Biden administration of encouraging migrants to make the journey to the U. S. Democrats maintain the president inherited a mess the difference between the attitude toward the people and the Children. It's so different in just these two months versus what happened in the past four years. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It's been asleep for nearly 800 years. But last night, a volcano in southwestern Iceland came to life. No evacuations. Camp Crusoe Fox News. Now checking KSFO traffic in Rodeo 80 westbound at Willow Avenue four car crash blocking the right lane. Some vehicles on the right hand shoulder construction work in Oakland 8 80 south bound between 23rd Avenue and fruit belaboring. The two left lanes have been closed. Albany. Some construction work here is well 80 westbound between Albany Exit and Ashby on Lee. The left lane will be open for the next hour or so conquered. 2 42 North found between 60 80 and Concord Avenue. The same thing only the left lane open. But that will be until nine this morning. San Bruno in both directions on one on one between San Bruno Avenue and S F O. Only the right lane is closed there so not quite a severe in the North Bay, Petaluma Wonder one north and South bound. Between East Lakeville Highway and Petaluma Boulevard. Various lanes closed for construction work with cancer at home. A traffic I'm Mel Baker, This is the Armstrong and get issue. 16 seems like they're playing 5 16 days. From Abraham Lincoln Radio Studio. George Washington Broadcast center Jack Armstrong joke Eddie Armstrong and Getty Show. Way first met Tim Sandefur years ago. He was a.

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Homeland Security head spars with Congress over border surge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Homeland Security head spars with Congress over border surge

"Than 13,000 migrant Children and shelters, rather housing there or near their Republicans have been looking for answers in the hearing on Capitol Hill here, CBS is Natalie brand Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My orcas faced Republican critics calling the situation a crisis. You agree that we have a A crisis on the southern border Congressman. We have Ah, very serious challenge. We also have a plan to address it. Secretary My orchids testified that most adults and families are being turned away under a pandemic related health rule, but not Children. Arriving alone, The Secret Service says police have arrested a Texas man

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US to house up to 3,000 immigrant teens at Dallas site

AM Tampa Bay

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

US to house up to 3,000 immigrant teens at Dallas site

"President Biden's telling my Grand, said the border with Mexico not to cross over. As border agents do not have the capacity to handle them. All. The Homeland Security secretary says that the current pace, more migrants will reach the U. S border this year than it any time in the past 20 years. Alejandro, New York, Aceh's most of being turned away. But in a statement he cites legal protections for unaccompanied minors, explaining why they've been crowded into border patrol facilities. The administration says it intends to use a convention center in Dallas to house thousands of teenage boys before they could be sent to stay with relatives or sponsors. Stephen Portnoy

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Homeland Security head spars with Congress over border surge

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Homeland Security head spars with Congress over border surge

"Security secretary alejandro. My orcas today appearing before a congressional committee discussing the biden administration's handling of a surge of migrant children at the southern border we have increased our capacity to hold the children until hhs can shelter them while it identifies in vets. the children's sponsors republicans blame the biden administration for the surge of migrants. The white house says it's fixing a system broken by former president

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"alejandro" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"You know drops a little bit at the end. But yeah, that's a lot of money with you. The rockies would have to pay down some of that contract. Yeah. Let's break some news here. All those players who have opt outs in their contracts. That were signed before the corona virus they're not opting out. Jd Martinez will remain with the red sox right exactly. Okay. Last one before we go Oakland clinched the West speaking of the Houston Astros after the astor's loss last night no match. Chapman. What are you seeing in the athletics going into the postseason? Yeah. They've won it which isn't a huge surprise how they've done it as a little bit of a surprise with a Matt Chapman. Okay but not great until his injury market semi hasn't played as well as last year Matt Olsen Lot of home runs hit one ninety-six. It's actually been their bullpen. Probably the best in the game has completely carried this team to that division title, which I guess that could work in the play offs. It can certainly work in a short series. My issue would be without as many off days. You run the bullpen into the ground in October. So I'm not sure if I'M GONNA be picking them out of the American league well, and most the time I think you would agree with me that you don't think postseason history as being indicative of what's to come but there are two exceptions this year I wonder because you know idiots like me when the Minnesota twins play the Yankees probably in the first round are going to be constantly. Bringing up that issue, it's GonNa Hover over them. You've lost thirteen straight games to the Yankees. How come you guys can't get over that Hump and the same thing with Oakland like I do think there's going to be a mental thing for those guys to overcome to get past the to finally get past the first round. Yeah. I not what the fact that the Yankees, the twins all four at the as haven't one sense you know whatever? Those play, I get the players don't care, but they know the history and they're gonna get those questions. So I think it absolutely is an issue you know and you know the current brand of these as having lost the last two years at least they get a best of three instead of a best one. So that'll help and it's a really fun team I really enjoy watching the as play in. It would be nice to see the as and the twins advance. But yeah, a lot of pressure to find a playoff series for both those teams. Are I. Appreciate.

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"alejandro" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

08:28 min | 9 months ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Today Dave talking about the legend of all a hundred kirk man that was fun to watch last night. Our. Listeners if you haven't seen the highlights pause this podcast call up the Blue Jays highlights from last night in to see something like you've never seen before it's. If, you can imagine a shorter maybe larger Pablo Sandoval plan catcher and going four for four and hitting home runs. I mean unbelievable. He's listed five eight to sixty five physically reminds me we you know you're trying to come up with the copper there were Sandoval Mike. was maybe being older Benjie Molina not young. But Older Benjie Molina and you could see the way runs. He's not ever going to be the Swiss guy. But part of the reason why I mean forget the you know the size and the shape. See Guy he's a right handed hitter. You do not see hitters in two, thousand, twenty hit the ball to right field away. He does that was I think. It's were to right field right including the home. Look. It's a he's a remarkable story for starters what he's only twenty one yet. Yes. Played above class say he can hit the bat looks legit. He walked more than he struck out in the minors last year and yeah, the Blue Jays have gotten dope production from their catchers this year. So can he play in the play offs I dunno buster yes. I mean you know who knows when we actually get there but you know when we reach this time of year teams, they don't really care what's in the back your baseball card they they don't really care when you were drafted or you know how much money they paid you. They only WANNA know if you're getting results, this is someone signed in two thousand sixteen out of Tijuana Mexico. As an amateur free agent and you know and I know teams are not going to be calling up catchers at age twenty one unless they wanna take a look you know typically catchers reached the Big Leagues Twenty three, twenty, four, twenty, five the fact that he's reached the Big Leagues at this age tells you the Blue Jays are intrigued by his offensive talents 'cause man just I again I you know not many times you see a player who just consistently looks like he hits the ball. The Right Field Buck Martinez talked about that on the broadcast last night you know and I'm not GonNa Param obviously to Derek jeter. But among in the time I've covered baseball jeter was one of those guys that covered Tony Gwynn. He was one of those guys who actually work to take the ball the other way, and so to see a guy at twenty one in the amid generation launch angle driving the ball, the opposite field that that got my attention. Yeah. No, that's a really good point and. And as a Catcher, even if the backs ready, he's gotta be at least competent behind the plate. You know you need to have a a catcher who could work with your staff and all that kind of stuff. Yeah. I'm looking at the numbers here Blue Jays. Catchers one, sixty three. With is for it game so they've got no production there. It's a little bit of a roll roll, the dice but what you have the lose, he's GonNa he's look the bodies. Funny. Luck in. We get that it's going to be working against them. But if he's the real deal, you add him too that next with the shedded video guerrero just looks like another potential young piece of that core in I love those late season. August-september. Promotions that are difference making and I grew up a dodger fan. So nine, thousand, nine, hundred eighty, they called up reliever initially getting Fernando Valenzuela like, wow, look at that. He turned out to be pretty good and of course, Francisco Rodriguez being one of the great examples from two thousand three. So this guy demonstrates that he's going to be upgrade and offense and let's face it I. I think within two years There's not gonna be any concern about. Maybe some of the defensive issues that he may not have because you might have an electronic strikes on they may have the perfect catcher going into the future, a guy who just rakes. Look. We're probably going to get the electronics strike zone I don't know I'm not in favor of that aspect of catching going to become less important on his Co. I'm looking at his caught stealing rate last year in the minors was thirty eight percent. That's pretty good. So maybe he does have a decent are, which is all you're really going to be looking for now from a catcher shortly can you hit because right now a lot of catchers cannot yet. and. You're exactly right for the listeners if you haven't seen him go and find video and MLB DOT COM Alejandro. Kirke. Was it was a remarkable performance? He's unlike any other player you've watched before yesterday tweeted out that the reds are dangerous and of course, on social media, you're GonNa get responses and somebody came back at me and said, isn't everyone dangerous in this format and I acknowledge the point? Yes. When the the number eight seed is facing the number one seat in a best at three everybody's dangerous. But the reds went again last night they continue their surge what do you think? Yeah no doubt. We were saying all along when they were five or six games under five hundred. This is that one mediocre team in the NFL that if they get hot, you don't WanNa face them. You know and that's what we're seeing. Now one, eight, hundred, nine you know what? They're the number seven seat at the moment. But yeah, you're right. The dodgers do not want to face Trevor Bauer. Louise Castio in sunny graves is hurt right now but I, think supposed to come back this week do not want to face those three guys in the playoffs and I get it. The reds their bottom of the barrel and offense only scored four runs a game, but they don't need to score runs with that rotation. So yesterday, we had Tim Kirk on the podcast and he revealed that he is a voter for National League Cy Young. Award, and I could just imagine him sitting at home last night thinking great another day goes off the board and I still don't have any clarity about who's going to win the award Jacob degrom pitches great seven and he's fourteen strikeouts, but the mets lose So so it's not like he jumped up and grabbed this award by the throat where do you stand as of this morning in terms of who do you think should win this award? I you know it's willow things you really are going to have to dig deep into the numbers look at who they faced. You know the quality of competition I watched degrom. Last night may kind of one mistake in the middle lanes to tonight low for the go ahead home run. Yeah, racked up fourteen days. You Darvish was right there. He had gave up four runs the other night that kind of knocked him out. I still kinda go to grab because I think. In part. I know it's not fair to say his history helps them out but he's proven that this is how pitcher is your open orbin burns again are you buying fifty innings? He's been unbelievable. I think he leads the NFL ER A. Max Freed has been great. He seven. No but we kind of no, we don't pay attention too much to win loss record i. still give the slight edge to degrom right now, but it's a toss up and I think part of the reason why for that is because it's so closely and I agree with you I think it's because it's so close that some of the voters the the flip, the coin, the tiebreaker so to speak is going to be the. Simple question their heads, who's the best pitcher in the National League and I think everyone would probably say at this point you know regardless of where exactly where the numbers are today, who won the last store who didn't win their last start Jacob degrom I think generally consider is generally considered to be the best pitcher in the league. Yeah. I agree know like Burns has been amazing eighty three strikeouts only one home run and fifty six innings started the year in relief. Doesn't have quite as many. Any Trevor, Bauer as sixty five innings burns only fifty, six Sixty three. That's a very minor thing but. Again, that's kind of a tiebreaker I. Guess a scenario. Alright, you wrote a column published yesterday about the Justin Burland injury and and your is marks the beginning of the end of the Astros window so to speak and just walk us through that. Yeah I mean let Burland obviously looks like he's.

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"alejandro" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"We start with the news and notes for today Major, League Baseball, and the MLB Players Association committed ten million dollars to help fund programs from the players Alliance, which is made up of more than one hundred active and former MLB players aim to increase black American participation in all levels of the game. The quote for former outfielder, Curtis Granderson, the president, the players. Alliance goes along the lines of this as the stark racial minority in all aspects of our gain. The players alliance is giving a voice and platform to our black players unified and our stance against systematic racism more details are out on the postseason rules higher seating in not won loss record in the regular season will determine the home team in the world series. So you could have a situation where, for example, the San Diego padres have the best record of all remaining teams but because they're likely to be the to cede now in the National League, they would fall behind. Any number, one seat from the American, League that specification was contained in the July twenty, third agreement between Major League Baseball, and the players association, the Colorado Rockies Chase after a flickering playoff spot without all-star third baseman Nolan are not oh, who's placed on the injured list with a sore shoulder He spoke with reporters after this news came out and basically said, you know it's going to be interesting to see what happens in the future I would not at all be surprised if he winds up being a guy talked about as a salary dump in his off season. When there's going to be a massive change and baseball's financial landscape there was a lot of speculation last winter about the cardinals we'll be talking with David showing field at that coming up Cole Hamels wanted done for the Atlanta braves after making just one start for the braves Hamels reportedly began to feel discomfort in his shoulder and he felt like he didn't get anything on the ball in that one brief appearance he had the braves played the Marlins last night trying to hold off Miami for the top spot in the National League East and Austin.

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"alejandro" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

08:12 min | 11 months ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

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"alejandro" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

07:06 min | 11 months ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

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"alejandro" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"alejandro" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Our conference a conference in Geneva I think it was in two thousand seventeen I wonder. How much do you feel has been won by the movement since then. Well, you know. I thought I was doing a lot for gender, equality and then Alejandro. Championship we're half the drivers female, I think he's taking my chrome wrong cans of gender equality. I think we've made a big step forward at together. The FIFA as we have seen that needed to really get the grass level. We had to make sure that we meet were accessible and that we got interest from the next generation, and that's not just on. That's one element of motorsports, and but there's so many factors around the sports when you come to an motorsport race, or talk to the sports. There's the drive is on the track that there's a whole economic Let's see life around going racing and that's really had to also make sure we are. Female, talent, making sure that the score who is more diverse with the earls on track initiative, which is now. What what's the joint initiative together? Dare to be different is now joined up with the in one group organization and. We are now going out and making sure that we're trying to inspire the next generation making Midi seen as being more, a male dominated little maturity women, and where we were in two thousand seventeen. We were starting to get a loan interest talking, but I think what we've seen now a action happening. No, the girls on track initiative we have loaded great events on erases were having impact, and you now have a situation where the new championship American where half the driver something email, and that's a big statement, but the carry on. Statement means that each team has to make sure their nurturing young talents to make sure that you have the basically car, which escapes all the way down the motorsport ladder, and that's where we start to see real change, so I think we've had great sticks or words, but we still need. To keep working hard and it's it's getting. People on board keep spreading the message and actually taking action, and not just talking about it. That's was. He driving forward teacher. Thank you very much for that. Let's turn our attention into formula while the Afghan coumarin. When, when Liberty Equality Formula One it was pitched very much as an entertainment quote engineered insanity was the catchphrase two years later you rolled out the net zero.

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"alejandro" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"alejandro" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"These sports leagues all figuring out what to do next. We. Know that baseball is going through this acrimonious very contentious negotiation about getting back to the field. Hockey looks like they're gonNA. Start a couple of different locations living announced yet. They're seeing where the hot spots are. Aren't basketball looks like they're getting ready to go. Although there's this undercurrent led by Kyrie Irving. Maybe this isn't the right time to play to focus on social unrest that CETERA. And Football of course watches and waits talk about all the time. They have that luxury of doing so, but one league is going. And that is mls will get going soon. As players report to Disney to live in the bubble for anywhere from three to six weeks depending on how long the team's last in the playoffs. It's a World Cup format. It's group format few groups of four one group of six anyway. Are, involved in negotiation for the MLS PA against the MLS is Alejandro Bedoya of the captain of the Philadelphia Union I've gotten to know him a little bit. He came and saw me. We've developed con relationship so I thought I bring him on the podcast. Have them talk about his situation? The negotiations his fear early on about being placed in the bubble, and where the MLS is right now. So without further, do my conversation without a hundred but Doria Philadelphia Union of Major. League soccer. was really interesting getting to know you all under because before we get to the issues at hand You know I spoke at a Warden University of Pennsylvania Wharton. School of business for summit. In, a lot of people come to these events, mostly students and professionals, either in the business of sports or trying to get in the business of sports. Rarely if ever. Have I looked on the audience and seen an athlete. Let alone a professional athlete. But you came, and you seem generally interested in learning about legal and business issues in sports. He came up to me. Afterwards struck up a friendship since. So I just WANNA before we get into anything about sports in of on the field of dive into your interest off the field in tackling bigger issues than you know. On the field issues. Like, you said That was the first time we actually met at that that Penn.. business sports summit. and I found the stories and backgrounds and cree credibly interesting. I would read your some of your stories, you know. online. Long Time all you know I think we've been at the NFL. So. It was just interesting intersection right there as a as a player who's now trying to build his business acumen and get a better understanding of the other side of things right right used to be just focused planning on playing soccer, and just seeing sports on TV, but as I near the end of my career and my playing days guess..

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"alejandro" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Launch Left

"Than your nineteen yet like really started. I started playing later on in life. What are you twenty one twenty two? How old is five yeah? I'm pretty old. I'm like that's wild. So you Ext.. That's incredibly accelerated learning that from nineteen to twenty one financial growth yet. But that's that's the love that of love of music that I was neglecting. I think that's most artists and most people that are genuinely talented in that area of afflicting neglect that is because like society kind of like teaches you. You know it's not going to get you get you anywhere. You're not gonNA make any money in it. I know you're not your parents aren't going to be happy with what you're doing on your career choice. Go to that for university. Like getting debt and Even that was your experience right or could have been could have been. Yeah yes found it though he found it you know. Thank goodness you found it when you did. That's incredible and you were alone with that. I mean we were pretty blessed because we had we were supported by our parents degree artistic from a very young age so I think that that's one thing I've noticed that that Dr as an artist to do it regardless of your supported is part of what like what you see people find their calling is in creative like there's a point like for you it was like I gotta get out of this head space. I've been missing something. Oh It's music and you've found it. That's so powerful. Find that that head space changed in there was a release or relief from that As you put it severe depression I mean. I'm assuming that it didn't just I relieve it. Willy Nilly like Oh it's but did it begin to sort of lift the avail a little bit enough for you to see it for what it was. Yeah hundred eight hundred percent it kind of It took I say pobably like two years of searching It was all a process like I. It was finding the music and then second was writing running down my feelings and you know each step that I took is like exactly how I felt. When I was writing down things I was like man? I really feel this way and it took a long time and it took a lot of I Dunno perseverance. I guess is the right word but you know I was really trying. Those interesting reminds me of the conversation. We had with Phoebe bridges recently right and she was talking about how this very very thing and I about a true identity and and and how her favorite songs are. The songs are the ones that she actually wrote what she was feeling. She wrote her truth. And it's amazing to me that we all as human beings that seems to be the hardest thing is the very thing that is just there that is right. I mean what is that guys. No I mean it's I just I don't know like there's an energy that you can't see this like how we need air but we can't see it. I guess it's the same way that we're searching for our true selves. You you know and then the authenticity is really key in our lives. Because it's not really around that much you know like we. I think for me you know I grew up watching a lot of movies and TV and you know watching the news in everything was always being fed to me from a third party kind of view. And I think that aided towards my depression and Just like views of of other people on minorities or whether that be you know. I don't even like parental parental like kind of like guidance of apparent. Being like no. You can't wear that you know you know you. You shouldn't listen to that. Music like that can even affect the daily life. A lot of people and I feel like you know nowadays especially being from states like we're like the hub of entertainment entertainment and so we like severely pushed down exactly how we really want feel and Yeah it's just we're all searching for that it also seems like it's you know it's not supported what what is supported is compounded like callousness or toughness right like like that. That sort of what you grew up in is like hide everything delicate in meaningful. Because it will be a visceral FID by your schoolmates or are your parents will say. You can't feel that way. Shouldn't feel sensitive or all so I think it makes sense that you know and yeah but yet I also believe that that that that delicacy is our true nature and that's why when artists happened to that and actually show what's really going on so many people resonate with it because it's like Oh thank you. You're finally being honest. Somebody's being honest. It's not all show you're right because so many weighs like life is like and it's because I guess you know and I do believe social media has really positive things to to has has the ability to be a very positive medium but but the current Some of it is can be so basin so surface that It seems to just compounding and compounding more. It's harder and harder to say what would it be like. If I just was honest right now and spoke the truth you know and I do think that the that the artists that are doing that we're seeing how important it is for young young people and and everyone really to to just be true. Hit the nail on the head I think is that a say. That's not the smaller smartest tool in the lake. Lake Sharpe stool in the shed. Yeah that's right. Nine smartest to on the lake. Mix Up this thing in huff. Is that because I was truly asking like what is that. Why is it that we don't tell the truth when we know that? That Austin is what really permeates other peoples vibes and makes them feel good and makes you feel good. And it's it's I think it's because of the vulnerability in the you feel in being honest you don't know how it's going to land and it it it hurts to be vulnerable. It's scary and so like you know to be totally honest even though we know that it works right but so so. So that's maybe it though is like to support and encourage and remind each other consistently that like yeah. It's it's scary but it works. Works to agree. I mean I feel like that's what your doing. That's what you do with your artistry and your I mean the other night when we saw oh you play and you spoke to the audience. It was just like You know there was. This is just pure. There was a purity the and and so you can. I mean you look so You know small and vulnerable up there on the stage and you're just like wide open and it just is like it pours forth in such an honest way that you that you really can't help but absolutely connect and just spe- like that is a human as am I and we are all human. Yeah Yeah Yeah I feel like Most of the time I mean the most vulnerable points in my life is when I'm playing on stage and then especially if I'm playing to secure stick like I did I. My my first ever cousteau tour was super hard because I was like man you know going from a reality. TV show to plane shows like you get people that don't always have the right intentions when they come which I totally got. I'm fine with but I was left with this vulnerability I was like. Whoa like you know like I'm playing now and I'm I'm expressing myself? But there's this expectation that people have Especially now that I'm being viewed at an a different kind of light that I really try to stay true to that To say exactly what I what I'm feeling because that's the only point where I'm it will throughout the day. If I'm playing live that I get to say that I'm like I just WanNa say I'd say it uh-huh okay I think to there's less of a chance of being misinterpreted when you're honest like we in such a judgmental culture where everybody actually does really enjoy just destroy your nakedness. Sorry you're vulnerability and I think that's a lot of reason why you know it's not the first first thing you go to his. LemMe tell the total truth. It's because you tell the truth and someone's like that's funny. There's something like when it's true so true it's like people can feel that you're then they have less of this urge to destroy it they're like wow that's brave you know. And but but inevitably there are always going to be those people in the most important thing is. It's not a it shouldn't be about. Oh what are people are gonNA think. Well that's the so true or the right the the purity of real honesty's that there's no agenda right you can. How like there may be intention which are obvious? There always is with purity and truth truth right. The tension is positive but you know there. There's a there's no agenda so you're not like looking for an outcome is the thought right. I mean take that upon for second. Stick that in your hat. Let's have a moment of silent silent suit for the great one that was that was another podcast that we can change it moment of silence for silence. For what what that Fox's summer just segment on our show what cards. What the fuck you comes back other questions? Oh yeah what. What is your form of activism? What do you feel like is interestingly? We're talking about intensity which in itself in this culture ultra at times is a form of activism. Perhaps that's it. Yeah sorry to put the words in your mouth. What is your form of activism? I mean you know I'm I'm trying to. I'm a I'm really trying to speak out for like like Homo homelessness right now. You know it's huge in La it's an epidemic and it's huge in. You know I'm working on a music video right now and I'm trying to really kind of you know spread light and just to help out in any way I can so I'm really trying to you know. Make a statement in say that we needed help an aide in any way that we can whether that be helping out people or if you have someone in your family that is home like homeless and doesn't have a home to call them or if they have a phone or go visit them at their house like you gotta disfigure out exactly what's going on on in to reach out for people that don't have the money for you know mental illness and getting them getting them some help. So are you familiar with. I have a name project. Yeah yeah they're great other great there with my former activism. Feel like I'm trying to you know just show show be yourself. Say exactly what you need to say and help out people that are in need. I think that's like the biggest thing because like I was in that that wasn't that point for a long time and I still still am think we all are in that in that phase of we just we need each other and we need a community and you know being in La that there could be though pockets of if you know does business minded people in I feel like. La is such a melting pot of different cultures minorities. Ladies and I feel like if he does come together as a community. It'd be an amazing statement. How just how? You're twenty five years old. You come from Pomona and maybe you don't agree totally with your upbringing. The how're you gotta get to the bottom of this beautiful absolutely stunning the work work that you're doing your your artistry in your creativity and but how did you cultivate your state of mind..

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"alejandro" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Launch Left

"Than your nineteen yet like really started. I started playing later on in life. What are you twenty one twenty two? How old is five yeah? I'm pretty old. I'm like that's wild. So you Ext.. That's incredibly accelerated learning that from nineteen to twenty one financial growth yet. But that's that's the love that of love of music that I was neglecting. I think that's most artists and most people that are genuinely talented in that area of afflicting neglect that is because like society kind of like teaches you. You know it's not going to get you get you anywhere. You're not gonNA make any money in it. I know you're not your parents aren't going to be happy with what you're doing on your career choice. Go to that for university. Like getting debt and Even that was your experience right or could have been could have been. Yeah yes found it though he found it you know. Thank goodness you found it when you did. That's incredible and you were alone with that. I mean we were pretty blessed because we had we were supported by our parents degree artistic from a very young age so I think that that's one thing I've noticed that that Dr as an artist to do it regardless of your supported is part of what like what you see people find their calling is in creative like there's a point like for you it was like I gotta get out of this head space. I've been missing something. Oh It's music and you've found it. That's so powerful. Find that that head space changed in there was a release or relief from that As you put it severe depression I mean. I'm assuming that it didn't just I relieve it. Willy Nilly like Oh it's but did it begin to sort of lift the avail a little bit enough for you to see it for what it was. Yeah hundred eight hundred percent it kind of It took I say pobably like two years of searching It was all a process like I. It was finding the music and then second was writing running down my feelings and you know each step that I took is like exactly how I felt. When I was writing down things I was like man? I really feel this way and it took a long time and it took a lot of I Dunno perseverance. I guess is the right word but you know I was really trying. Those interesting reminds me of the conversation. We had with Phoebe bridges recently right and she was talking about how this very very thing and I about a true identity and and and how her favorite songs are. The songs are the ones that she actually wrote what she was feeling. She wrote her truth. And it's amazing to me that we all as human beings that seems to be the hardest thing is the very thing that is just there that is right. I mean what is that guys. No I mean it's I just I don't know like there's an energy that you can't see this like how we need air but we can't see it. I guess it's the same way that we're searching for our true selves. You you know and then the authenticity is really key in our lives. Because it's not really around that much you know like we. I think for me you know I grew up watching a lot of movies and TV and you know watching the news in everything was always being fed to me from a third party kind of view. And I think that aided towards my depression and Just like views of of other people on minorities or whether that be you know. I don't even like parental parental like kind of like guidance of apparent. Being like no. You can't wear that you know you know you. You shouldn't listen to that. Music like that can even affect the daily life. A lot of people and I feel like you know nowadays especially being from states like we're like the hub of entertainment entertainment and so we like severely pushed down exactly how we really want feel and Yeah it's just we're all searching for that it also seems like it's you know it's not supported what what is supported is compounded like callousness or toughness right like like that. That sort of what you grew up in is like hide everything delicate in meaningful. Because it will be a visceral FID by your schoolmates or are your parents will say. You can't feel that way. Shouldn't feel sensitive or all so I think it makes sense that you know and yeah but yet I also believe that that that that delicacy is our true nature and that's why when artists happened to that and actually show what's really going on so many people resonate with it because it's like Oh thank you. You're finally being honest. Somebody's being honest. It's not all show you're right because so many weighs like life is like and it's because I guess you know and I do believe social media has really positive things to to has has the ability to be a very positive medium but but the current Some of it is can be so basin so surface that It seems to just compounding and compounding more. It's harder and harder to say what would it be like. If I just was honest right now and spoke the truth you know and I do think that the that the artists that are doing that we're seeing how important it is for young young people and and everyone really to to just be true. Hit the nail on the head I think is that a say. That's not the smaller smartest tool in the lake. Lake Sharpe stool in the shed. Yeah that's right. Nine smartest to on the lake. Mix Up this thing in huff. Is that because I was truly asking like what is that. Why is it that we don't tell the truth when we know that? That Austin is what really permeates other peoples vibes and makes them feel good and makes you feel good. And it's it's I think it's because of the vulnerability in the you feel in being honest you don't know how it's going to land and it it it hurts to be vulnerable. It's scary and so like you know to be totally honest even though we know that it works right but so so. So that's maybe it though is like to support and encourage and remind each other consistently that like yeah. It's it's scary but it works. Works to agree. I mean I feel like that's what your doing. That's what you do with your artistry and your I mean the other night when we saw oh you play and you spoke to the audience. It was just like You know there was. This is just pure. There was a purity the and and so you can. I mean you look so You know small and vulnerable up there on the stage and you're just like wide open and it just is like it pours forth in such an honest way that you that you really can't help but absolutely connect and just spe- like that is a human as am I and we are all human. Yeah Yeah Yeah I feel like Most of the time I mean the most vulnerable points in my life is when I'm playing on stage and then especially if I'm playing to secure stick like I did I. My my first ever cousteau tour was super hard because I was like man you know going from a reality. TV show to plane shows like you get people that don't always have the right intentions when they come which I totally got. I'm fine with but I was left with this vulnerability I was like. Whoa like you know like I'm playing now and I'm I'm expressing myself? But there's this expectation that people have Especially now that I'm being viewed at an a different kind of light that I really try to stay true to that To say exactly what I what I'm feeling because that's the only point where I'm it will throughout the day. If I'm playing live that I get to say that I'm like I just WanNa say I'd say it uh-huh okay I think to there's less of a chance of being misinterpreted when you're honest like we in such a judgmental culture where everybody actually does really enjoy just destroy your nakedness. Sorry you're vulnerability and I think that's a lot of reason why you know it's not the first first thing you go to his. LemMe tell the total truth. It's because you tell the truth and someone's like that's funny. There's something like when it's true so true it's like people can feel that you're then they have less of this urge to destroy it they're like wow that's brave you know. And but but inevitably there are always going to be those people in the most important thing is. It's not a it shouldn't be about. Oh what are people are gonNA think. Well that's the so true or the right the the purity of real honesty's that there's no agenda right you can. How like there may be intention which are obvious? There always is with purity and truth truth right. The tension is positive but you know there. There's a there's no agenda so you're not like looking for an outcome is the thought right. I mean take that upon for second. Stick that in your hat. Let's have a moment of silent silent suit for the great one that was that was another podcast that we can change it moment of silence for silence. For what what that Fox's summer just segment on our show what cards. What the fuck you comes back other questions? Oh yeah what. What is your form of activism? What do you feel like is interestingly? We're talking about intensity which in itself in this culture ultra at times is a form of activism. Perhaps that's it. Yeah sorry to put the words in your mouth. What is your form of activism? I mean you know I'm I'm trying to. I'm a I'm really trying to speak out for like like Homo homelessness right now. You know it's huge in La it's an epidemic and it's huge in. You know I'm working on a music video right now and I'm trying to really kind of you know spread light and just to help out in any way I can so I'm really trying to you know. Make a statement in say that we needed help an aide in any way that we can whether that be helping out people or if you have someone in your family that is home like homeless and doesn't have a home to call them or if they have a phone or go visit them at their house like you gotta disfigure out exactly what's going on on in to reach out for people that don't have the money for you know mental illness and getting them getting them some help. So are you familiar with. I have a name project. Yeah yeah they're great other great there with my former activism. Feel like I'm trying to you know just show show be yourself. Say exactly what you need to say and help out people that are in need. I think that's like the biggest thing because like I was in that that wasn't that point for a long time and I still still am think we all are in that in that phase of we just we need each other and we need a community and you know being in La that there could be though pockets of if you know does business minded people in I feel like. La is such a melting pot of different cultures minorities. Ladies and I feel like if he does come together as a community. It'd be an amazing statement. How just how? You're twenty five years old. You come from Pomona and maybe you don't agree totally with your upbringing. The how're you gotta get to the bottom of this beautiful absolutely stunning the work work that you're doing your your artistry in your creativity and but how did you cultivate your state of mind..

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"alejandro" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Launch Left

"Than your nineteen yet like really started. I started playing later on in life. What are you twenty one twenty two? How old is five yeah? I'm pretty old. I'm like that's wild. So you Ext.. That's incredibly accelerated learning that from nineteen to twenty one financial growth yet. But that's that's the love that of love of music that I was neglecting. I think that's most artists and most people that are genuinely talented in that area of afflicting neglect that is because like society kind of like teaches you. You know it's not going to get you get you anywhere. You're not gonNA make any money in it. I know you're not your parents aren't going to be happy with what you're doing on your career choice. Go to that for university. Like getting debt and Even that was your experience right or could have been could have been. Yeah yes found it though he found it you know. Thank goodness you found it when you did. That's incredible and you were alone with that. I mean we were pretty blessed because we had we were supported by our parents degree artistic from a very young age so I think that that's one thing I've noticed that that Dr as an artist to do it regardless of your supported is part of what like what you see people find their calling is in creative like there's a point like for you it was like I gotta get out of this head space. I've been missing something. Oh It's music and you've found it. That's so powerful. Find that that head space changed in there was a release or relief from that As you put it severe depression I mean. I'm assuming that it didn't just I relieve it. Willy Nilly like Oh it's but did it begin to sort of lift the avail a little bit enough for you to see it for what it was. Yeah hundred eight hundred percent it kind of It took I say pobably like two years of searching It was all a process like I. It was finding the music and then second was writing running down my feelings and you know each step that I took is like exactly how I felt. When I was writing down things I was like man? I really feel this way and it took a long time and it took a lot of I Dunno perseverance. I guess is the right word but you know I was really trying. Those interesting reminds me of the conversation. We had with Phoebe bridges recently right and she was talking about how this very very thing and I about a true identity and and and how her favorite songs are. The songs are the ones that she actually wrote what she was feeling. She wrote her truth. And it's amazing to me that we all as human beings that seems to be the hardest thing is the very thing that is just there that is right. I mean what is that guys. No I mean it's I just I don't know like there's an energy that you can't see this like how we need air but we can't see it. I guess it's the same way that we're searching for our true selves. You you know and then the authenticity is really key in our lives. Because it's not really around that much you know like we. I think for me you know I grew up watching a lot of movies and TV and you know watching the news in everything was always being fed to me from a third party kind of view. And I think that aided towards my depression and Just like views of of other people on minorities or whether that be you know. I don't even like parental parental like kind of like guidance of apparent. Being like no. You can't wear that you know you know you. You shouldn't listen to that. Music like that can even affect the daily life. A lot of people and I feel like you know nowadays especially being from states like we're like the hub of entertainment entertainment and so we like severely pushed down exactly how we really want feel and Yeah it's just we're all searching for that it also seems like it's you know it's not supported what what is supported is compounded like callousness or toughness right like like that. That sort of what you grew up in is like hide everything delicate in meaningful. Because it will be a visceral FID by your schoolmates or are your parents will say. You can't feel that way. Shouldn't feel sensitive or all so I think it makes sense that you know and yeah but yet I also believe that that that that delicacy is our true nature and that's why when artists happened to that and actually show what's really going on so many people resonate with it because it's like Oh thank you. You're finally being honest. Somebody's being honest. It's not all show you're right because so many weighs like life is like and it's because I guess you know and I do believe social media has really positive things to to has has the ability to be a very positive medium but but the current Some of it is can be so basin so surface that It seems to just compounding and compounding more. It's harder and harder to say what would it be like. If I just was honest right now and spoke the truth you know and I do think that the that the artists that are doing that we're seeing how important it is for young young people and and everyone really to to just be true. Hit the nail on the head I think is that a say. That's not the smaller smartest tool in the lake. Lake Sharpe stool in the shed. Yeah that's right. Nine smartest to on the lake. Mix Up this thing in huff. Is that because I was truly asking like what is that. Why is it that we don't tell the truth when we know that? That Austin is what really permeates other peoples vibes and makes them feel good and makes you feel good. And it's it's I think it's because of the vulnerability in the you feel in being honest you don't know how it's going to land and it it it hurts to be vulnerable. It's scary and so like you know to be totally honest even though we know that it works right but so so. So that's maybe it though is like to support and encourage and remind each other consistently that like yeah. It's it's scary but it works. Works to agree. I mean I feel like that's what your doing. That's what you do with your artistry and your I mean the other night when we saw oh you play and you spoke to the audience. It was just like You know there was. This is just pure. There was a purity the and and so you can. I mean you look so You know small and vulnerable up there on the stage and you're just like wide open and it just is like it pours forth in such an honest way that you that you really can't help but absolutely connect and just spe- like that is a human as am I and we are all human. Yeah Yeah Yeah I feel like Most of the time I mean the most vulnerable points in my life is when I'm playing on stage and then especially if I'm playing to secure stick like I did I. My my first ever cousteau tour was super hard because I was like man you know going from a reality. TV show to plane shows like you get people that don't always have the right intentions when they come which I totally got. I'm fine with but I was left with this vulnerability I was like. Whoa like you know like I'm playing now and I'm I'm expressing myself? But there's this expectation that people have Especially now that I'm being viewed at an a different kind of light that I really try to stay true to that To say exactly what I what I'm feeling because that's the only point where I'm it will throughout the day. If I'm playing live that I get to say that I'm like I just WanNa say I'd say it uh-huh okay I think to there's less of a chance of being misinterpreted when you're honest like we in such a judgmental culture where everybody actually does really enjoy just destroy your nakedness. Sorry you're vulnerability and I think that's a lot of reason why you know it's not the first first thing you go to his. LemMe tell the total truth. It's because you tell the truth and someone's like that's funny. There's something like when it's true so true it's like people can feel that you're then they have less of this urge to destroy it they're like wow that's brave you know. And but but inevitably there are always going to be those people in the most important thing is. It's not a it shouldn't be about. Oh what are people are gonNA think. Well that's the so true or the right the the purity of real honesty's that there's no agenda right you can. How like there may be intention which are obvious? There always is with purity and truth truth right. The tension is positive but you know there. There's a there's no agenda so you're not like looking for an outcome is the thought right. I mean take that upon for second. Stick that in your hat. Let's have a moment of silent silent suit for the great one that was that was another podcast that we can change it moment of silence for silence. For what what that Fox's summer just segment on our show what cards. What the fuck you comes back other questions? Oh yeah what. What is your form of activism? What do you feel like is interestingly? We're talking about intensity which in itself in this culture ultra at times is a form of activism. Perhaps that's it. Yeah sorry to put the words in your mouth. What is your form of activism? I mean you know I'm I'm trying to. I'm a I'm really trying to speak out for like like Homo homelessness right now. You know it's huge in La it's an epidemic and it's huge in. You know I'm working on a music video right now and I'm trying to really kind of you know spread light and just to help out in any way I can so I'm really trying to you know. Make a statement in say that we needed help an aide in any way that we can whether that be helping out people or if you have someone in your family that is home like homeless and doesn't have a home to call them or if they have a phone or go visit them at their house like you gotta disfigure out exactly what's going on on in to reach out for people that don't have the money for you know mental illness and getting them getting them some help. So are you familiar with. I have a name project. Yeah yeah they're great other great there with my former activism. Feel like I'm trying to you know just show show be yourself. Say exactly what you need to say and help out people that are in need. I think that's like the biggest thing because like I was in that that wasn't that point for a long time and I still still am think we all are in that in that phase of we just we need each other and we need a community and you know being in La that there could be though pockets of if you know does business minded people in I feel like. La is such a melting pot of different cultures minorities. Ladies and I feel like if he does come together as a community. It'd be an amazing statement. How just how? You're twenty five years old. You come from Pomona and maybe you don't agree totally with your upbringing. The how're you gotta get to the bottom of this beautiful absolutely stunning the work work that you're doing your your artistry in your creativity and but how did you cultivate your state of mind..

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"alejandro" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

15:21 min | 1 year ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Launch Left

"Basis welcome to launch left. PODCAST AST space for famed reatives to launch the next wave of music rebels an intentional space to highlight and empower all artists who radical creativity. Creativity is not a choice but in the city I'm rain Phoenix. Oh and I'm summer Phoenix and we are at launch left on all socials. Please don't forget to rating subscribe. Today's guest is epic and has been a part of the launch love family since two thousand eighteen I believe what is his name Alejandro Out Rhonda Alejandro Rhonda Scary Pool Party. That's right at Scary Pool Party on his socials and a prolific Olympic and just Alan just an unbelievably kind talented and force. I would say in. Holy Lillian. Hammered world enamored of summers totally enamored and I am as well. Yeah as will you be I echo that I echo that so we're going to introduce them to you and we're going to talk to them and we're pretending like is not a right across from us right now is must be really offered for welcome to the show Alejandro Aranda Welcome.

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"alejandro" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"Day. Now you're listening to director's cut radio you know each and every week you're bringing the latest Hollywood. This week we're chat a little bit about critics choice awards and a little later in the show. We actually have Alfonzo Koran the director of Roma the director of gravity director of e through. Mama Tom Yen he's going to be actually on the show. So we called in and we're going to be talking to him with with another director. His name is Alejandro Montoya Marine. He's a friend of mine and he is actually on the the Robert Rodriguez reality show called rebel without a crew where several filmmakers are forced to base basically make a feature length movie on their own. They could call in a buddy or like a plus one help but outside of that to make a feature length film in a certain number of days and all under seven thousand dollars so that's Alejandro had to do and it's actually worried right now on the network so we have a friend of ours of the show friends show. He's been on the show a couple of times in the past. I think last time we got really hammered at blackbird. A bar in Albuquerque are used to be an albuquerque and and we were talking about making one of his movies and now he's back and this time he's working with Robert Rodriguez making a movie on his own so he has He he's a cool guy so good friend all right then. We have Chris Baloney on the line. Chris how're you doing bud doing well? How you doing Sir doing okay doing okay? All right so what's going on. Okay Yeah I'm doing all right. I came up with a theory that We're going to poke holes in a little later or we'll just watch the academy awards and all the holes poked in just one award. We'll have to see young so What's going on in the world? The Hollywood is there any news in abused and weird stuff going down? Are you familiar with the The rapper killer Mike Killer. Mike sounds familiar. He's he's got himself. A group called run the jewels with Mr.

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"alejandro" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"alejandro" Discussed on World Cafe

"Their jam. The new album. The crossing tells their story of life in America and the thrills adventures and realities that come with it. Of course, Diego end salvo are fictional sort of their avatars for the gentleman who wrote this record. Alejandra Escobedo and Don Antonio won Mexican-American one Italian who formed a fast friendship while on the road together. Don Antonioni's band backed up Escobedo on a European tour. The crossing showcases, the roots prowess Escobedo is known for, but also pushes interactions, particularly lyrically things that you might not expect the friendship of Diego and saw. Although is realized on the album, but it's just an extension of the friendship Alejandro and Don have in real life. We'll talk about all of this, and here's some stories from Allah hundreds punk rock days. But we start with a live performance of the song outlaw for you. It's all a hundred Escobedo with Don Antonio on world cafe. Yeah. Hello. John turn. Now. Fantastic. Fantastic. Oh my gosh, you're listening to the world cafe that is new music from our guest Alejandro Escobedo alive performance of the song outlaw for you. It's from brand new studio album called the crossing and features..

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"alejandro" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Latino USA

"You get your podcast. Hey, we're back. And when we left off reporter, Jesse Alejandro Cotrel was searching for the truth about his deal Hendro the man that he was named after his aunt in what the mullahs told him that his uncle died after getting in the middle of a love triangle, and that is body was dressed up as guerrilla afterwards as cover up. But then Jesse got in touch with his cousin Alejandro Renova, Sally Handelman Donau thing. According to this Alah hundreds, my cousin and the son of the hundred, the one who was killed, I'm gonna call him Alex, which also goes by just to make things easier. Alex had a difficult childhood because before my uncle was killed, his mother died of an illness. So he was raised by her grandparents and they didn't tell them much about how his dad died. I throw in economic sti-, no muss Marianne. Contro- Alec says, all he knew was that his dad was killed on a farm in a amounted Lund. That was all. They told him they didn't tell them why or how is dad was killed. In other words, as a kid, my cousin knew even less about his own father's murder than I did growing up in the United States. Alex's memories of his dad's seemed distant to him. So close has skin at the age of twenty one, Alex. Join the Ford Osama today better this or far one of the main guerrilla groups fighting the Guatemalan army, Alex was in college at the time. So instead of wielding a gun, he was in charge of recruiting educating students to the group's political ideology. Alex remained a member of the far until nineteen ninety six and a sort of a ministry of position. Never in combat a year later, Central America's longest most brutal. Civil war has come to an end for the past thirty six years. Leftist rebels had battled Guatemala's army peace was finally negotiated between the government and the various guerrilla groups. So he left the armed forces and is part of the peace accords all guerrillas had to present themselves before the local United. Nations mission to formally accept the deal. But when one hundred name was called, he stood up and was shocked by what the woman reading his name said to him. Many whole noise list because stinky so your your daughter knows more unity entire the woman told Alex that he couldn't possibly be the man she called. He said, yeah, that's me a la- hundred Mendosa the woman told him, but you died in nineteen seventy eight. Alex ask the woman to read the maternal last name of the man on her list. What is a little bit liberal Dale doesn't able get up eagle mortar. She said, Moda Bubba, that's Alex realized she was talking about his father. Alex heard the UN read off the name of two more family members that day, but it wasn't sure whether to believe that so many relatives were secretly guerrillas and there's a stimulus motiva- NIA tip O'Neill list. But I see the NIA guerrilla fighters inflated, their membership rolls with innocent civilians, so that they would seem bigger. Than they really were. Even if those civilians had no affiliation with the insurgent groups in real life. So it was difficult to know whether my uncle one hundred or anyone else in the family was actually involved in the war. Like me, my cousins curiosity grew as he got older and a few years later, he started his own investigation into what really happened to his dad. His quest took him to a matted Lun, the town where the family recovered his father's body. He spoke to retired guerrillas in the area and local law enforcement. And the story piece together was very different than the one money. His told me, this story makes more sense if you consider how dangerous Guatemala was in those days and why my family might have wanted to hide the real reasons for my uncle's death. Look, you're very way Papa. The issue Huning was young enough ink from what discovered his dad. I don't know farm while trying to collect the famous war tax. The war tax was with the guerrillas charged farms and rural areas to help support themselves, but it was mostly imposed on people. So it was more like extortion donation and this is work. It's complicated. Somebody must have alerted the locals that my uncle and his friends were coming..

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"alejandro" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Latino USA

"My question, find out what really happened to my uncle started in twenty eleven. When I visited Guatemala for the first time since I was a kid to my surprise. My family in Guatemala seemed as clueless as I was about how one hundred. No one had more than a piece or two of the puzzle. And when I put those pieces together, they still didn't fit. One of my aunts told me that uncle one hundred ran with a bad crowd. A cousin said that he might have been Narko and for five years after that visit to Guatemala, I wondered which those rumors was true. So this past Christmas, I decided it was time to go search for real answers, and I returned to Guatemala. The first person visited was my cousin is to outta though, but unfortunately he knew as little as I did, then I asked my cousin Victor, and he also seemed to know almost nothing. Then one night I want to hear my cousins cover band rehearse and as they played rock classics like with it and love me two times I struck up a conversation with my aunt muddy. His sous turns out her version of who all one hundred was differed greatly from what I had heard. O.'neil. She says, my uncle was so close to his friends that he got into fights defending them. And at this noble trait was his biggest problem. He will when I one hundred died two of my uncles went to the town where he was killed, trying to figure out why he died, what they found was a love triangle, but ended in blood. Everywhere. I don't way Kelly hundred dollar KOMO news. Megan gave notice meals and Anamour and onum which I call. Call. One hundred was killed. He went to a bar with a couple of friends. Alonzo didn't drink, but one of his friends was dating. The cute bartender there when no one knew was that the woman was also dating another guy, the son of the local mayor and just so happen that he was also at the bar that night. He bought them, which I just below the two men involved in love triangle started a fight and my uncle hundred immediately jumped into the fray defending his friend with his fist. That's when he was attacked with machetes Wayland Louisville. My aunt isn't clear on how the conflict went from a fistfight to something more lethal, but she does know this is Howard brother-in-law was killed. Thomas nessa on to our leaders. Cuando Liam was pretty early. My aunt Maria has sue says the family was at my grandparents home when they saw the newspaper in a large fund, the paper announced that a group of guerrillas had attacked neighborhood and among decline and at the townspeople had killed one of the guerrillas Louisville Vienne defend deal young metabol-. I won't get the paper reported that the slain guerrilla was my uncle Alejandro. Whether or not this was true. This news hit my grandfather hard not only because his son was dead, but because of the way he was portrayed, he died looking like an anti-government fighter, and my grandpa was very pro government, but from my aunt Monday, his Seuss, this is not a story of a political hero or a casualty of war. It's a story of a cover up to cover up the involvement of the mayor, son in a crime of passion. The police said that Alejandro was guerrilla member, but. Who stiffy Carla more tuna persona don't get on Gary year according to my own, did this to justify why they defended themselves. And in those days, it was easier to get away with something like this. Fronted by this time of war, a war that started long before my uncle's death, Sunday convocation that Guatemala's alleged that his country is the victim of international aggression. The Guatemalan civil war started in nineteen fifty four. When the democratically elected president Huckle boy, a Benz was overthrown by a military coup the US government denied its involvement at the time, but decades later declassified documents revealed that a CIA plot was behind the rebellion that ousted out bins, president, Dwight Eisenhower's administration considered are Benza communist because of his land reform program which gave unused land owned by rich people to poor people. The war raged for over three decades, leaving an estimated one hundred fifty thousand Guatemalans dead or missing government soldiers fought various leftist guerrilla groups mostly in the mountains..

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"alejandro" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"alejandro" Discussed on Latino USA

"From NPR and Tudor media, it's let new USA I might gain a wholesome and today the story of feel Alejandro. Jesse Alejandro Cottrill has always been proud to have been named after his uncle. According to the story in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight in the middle of what they molest dirty civil war. The government murdered his uncle Alejandro Mendosa. He was one of hundreds of thousands who has big Temiz. Last succession of brutal regimes a u. n. debate was dramatically interrupted Friday afternoon with the emergency announcement that five thousand Indians in Guatemala and village. We're about to be murdered by government. Tropes the civil war in Medina lasted for over thirty years. The US back government was fighting leftist rebels, forced disappearances of suspected. Subversives were common and many innocent people got swept up and killed at the hands of the government. Jesse grew up on this version of the story, the one where his uncle died unjustly, like a casualty of war. But when he recently visited what the mala Jesse started to ask some questions and he discovered a much more complicated story than he had ever imagined. Here's Jesse. My earliest memory of my uncle one hundred was hearing how he died. Your mother said that she thought that maybe they people who killed him where part of this quad and that may be they shot him after a barroom fight. And as far as my dad knew the fight was between my uncle and the son of the mayor. But beyond that the details were blurry. I didn't know why my uncle had fought the son of a mayor and a Guatemalan city only that he'd been standing up to what my dad called an oppressive government. He says it, this is why the people who killed my uncle, dressed him up in a military uniform and tried to say that he was a member of the insurrection there. Even if the details weren't certain, my mother remembers very clearly the day she found out her brother was dead. She didn't find out in person or via phone call. She received an express letter in the mail from her father. I started reading the later. And the first thing that's my father said, you know, dear shaney. In this later I'm telling you that you brother Alejandro had passed away and I might God. I just thought there and I started crying and I probably went crazy. I don't know. My mom then called her other brothers task what happened, but nobody wanted to say anything. But later on my brother, he said to me when we went into cemetery, it was some soldiers are on there in one came into to me and he said, you know, we know you firmly. So just even like that family was told not to ask questions about it at all, but how could they not..

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