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'In America, evil will not win': President Biden speaks in Buffalo after mass shooting

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00:04 sec | Last month

'In America, evil will not win': President Biden speaks in Buffalo after mass shooting

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In Buffalo, Biden condemns racism, mourns new victims

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

In Buffalo, Biden condemns racism, mourns new victims

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is condemning condemning condemning condemning white white white white supremacy supremacy supremacy supremacy while while while while pleading pleading pleading pleading with with with with the the the the nation nation nation nation to to to to reject reject reject reject the the the the racist racist racist racist beliefs beliefs beliefs beliefs of of of of the the the the buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo grocery grocery grocery grocery store store store store shooter shooter shooter shooter the the the the president president president president calls calls calls calls white white white white supremacy supremacy supremacy supremacy appoints appoints appoints appoints it it it it that that that that Americans Americans Americans Americans of of of of all all all all races races races races must must must must reject reject reject reject hate hate hate hate will will will will not not not not prevail prevail prevail prevail and and and white white white supremacy supremacy supremacy will will will not not not have have have the the the last last last word word word blasting blasting blasting the the the racist racist racist replacement replacement replacement theory theory theory which which which says says says a a a white white white people people people and and and their their their influence influence influence are are are being being being intentionally intentionally intentionally replaced replaced replaced by by by people people people of of of color color color I I I had had had already already already rejected rejected rejected why why why at at at a a a buffalo buffalo buffalo community community community center center center the the the president president president and and and First First First Lady Lady Lady met met met with with with the the the relatives relatives relatives of of of the the the ten ten ten black black black people people people killed killed killed Saturday Saturday Saturday after after after bowing bowing bowing their their their heads heads heads at at at a a a memorial memorial memorial near near near the the the store store store in in in his his his remarks remarks remarks the the the president president president read read read the the the ten ten ten names names names and and and said said said Americans Americans Americans must must must do do do something something something and and and refuse refuse refuse to to to live live live in in in a a a country country country where where where people people people going going going grocery grocery grocery shopping shopping shopping can can can be be be gotten gotten gotten down down down Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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In Buffalo, Biden to confront the racism he's vowed to fight

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

In Buffalo, Biden to confront the racism he's vowed to fight

"The the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden will will will will keep keep keep keep up up up up the the the the fight fight fight fight against against against against racially racially racially racially motivated motivated motivated motivated violence violence violence violence when when when when he he he he visits visits visits visits buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo today today today today investigators investigators investigators investigators are are are are looking looking looking looking at at at at the the the the buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo massacre massacre massacre massacre suspects suspects suspects suspects connection connection connection connection to to to to what's what's what's what's known known known known as as as as the the the the great great great great replacement replacement replacement replacement theory theory theory theory which which which which baselessly baselessly baselessly baselessly claims claims claims claims white white white white people people people people are are are are being being being being intentionally intentionally intentionally intentionally over over over over run run run run by by by by other other other other races races races races through through through through immigration immigration immigration immigration or or or or higher higher higher higher birth birth birth birth rates rates rates rates it's it's it's it's amplified amplified amplified amplified by by by by among among among among others others others others fox fox fox fox news news news news host host host host Tucker Tucker Tucker Tucker Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson if if if if a a a a person person person person is is is is spouses spouses spouses spouses hatred hatred hatred hatred we we we we need need need need to to to to call call call call that that that that out out out out but but but but White White White White House House House House spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Corinne Corinne Corinne Corinne John John John John Pierce Pierce Pierce Pierce says says says says the the the the administration administration administration administration will will will will not not not not call call call call loud loud loud loud choral choral choral choral say say say say it it it it or or or or anybody anybody anybody anybody else else else else by by by by name name name name because because because because it it it it doesn't doesn't doesn't doesn't matter matter matter matter who who who who it it it it is is is is saying saying saying saying name name name name calling calling calling calling will will will will simply simply simply simply divert divert divert divert attention attention attention attention from from from from the the the the main main main main issue issue issue issue ending ending ending ending the the the the violence violence violence violence a a a a White White White White House House House House official official official official says says says says the the the the president president president president today today today today will will will will call call call call on on on on Americans Americans Americans Americans to to to to reject reject reject reject the the the the animus animus animus animus that that that that leads leads leads leads to to to to the the the the type type type type of of of of rate rate rate rate since since since since the the the the tax tax tax tax liens liens liens liens Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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US deaths from COVID hit 1 million, less than 2 1/2 years in

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00:44 sec | Last month

US deaths from COVID hit 1 million, less than 2 1/2 years in

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Biden urges unity to stem racial hate after Buffalo shooting

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00:46 sec | Last month

Biden urges unity to stem racial hate after Buffalo shooting

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden will will will will visit visit visit visit buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow to to to to help help help help the the the the community community community community grieve grieve grieve grieve after after after after Saturday's Saturday's Saturday's Saturday's shooting shooting shooting shooting the the the the president president president president says says says says the the the the nation nation nation nation must must must must unite unite unite unite after after after after yet yet yet yet another another another another mass mass mass mass killing killing killing killing Hey Hey Hey the the the remains remains remains a a a stay stay stay almost almost almost at at at a a a memorial memorial memorial honoring honoring honoring fallen fallen fallen law law law enforcement enforcement enforcement officers officers officers yesterday yesterday yesterday the the the president president president did did did not not not mention mention mention gun gun gun control control control efforts efforts efforts that that that have have have stalled stalled stalled here here here in in in Washington Washington Washington but but but buffalo buffalo buffalo mayor mayor mayor Byron Byron Byron brown brown brown did did did on on on NBC NBC NBC saying saying saying mass mass mass shootings shootings shootings are are are a a a uniquely uniquely uniquely American American American phenomenon phenomenon phenomenon that that that must must must be be be addressed addressed addressed I'm I'm I'm CNN CNN CNN house house house speaker speaker speaker Nancy Nancy Nancy Pelosi Pelosi Pelosi said said said Democrats Democrats Democrats and and and the the the White White White House House House wants wants wants tighter tighter tighter gun gun gun control control control measures measures measures but but but Senate Senate Senate Republicans Republicans Republicans are are are in in in the the the way way way Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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Psaki gives final White House briefing

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00:52 sec | Last month

Psaki gives final White House briefing

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Biden urges world to renew COVID fight as US nears 1M deaths

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Biden urges world to renew COVID fight as US nears 1M deaths

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is appealing appealing appealing appealing for for for for fellow fellow fellow fellow world world world world leaders leaders leaders leaders to to to to ramp ramp ramp ramp up up up up the the the the fight fight fight fight against against against against covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen this this this this kinda kinda kinda kinda make make make make isn't isn't isn't isn't over over over over the the the the president president president president says says says says the the the the proofs proofs proofs proofs in in in in the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers today today today today we we we we mark mark mark mark a a a a tragic tragic tragic tragic milestone milestone milestone milestone here here here here in in in in the the the the United United United United States States States States one one one million million million covert covert covert deaths deaths deaths and and and more more more than than than six six six million million million worldwide worldwide worldwide in in in a a a virtual virtual virtual summit summit summit the the the president president president urged urged urged leaders leaders leaders to to to renew renew renew efforts efforts efforts against against against the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic to to to keep keep keep your your your foot foot foot on on on the the the gas gas gas when when when it it it comes comes comes to to to getting getting getting this this this pandemic pandemic pandemic under under under control control control but but but resolve resolve resolve in in in fighting fighting fighting the the the virus virus virus has has has weighed weighed weighed the the the globally globally globally and and and at at at home home home where where where Congress Congress Congress is is is resisting resisting resisting the the the president's president's president's push push push for for for another another another twenty twenty twenty two two two and and and a a a half half half billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars in in in what what what he he he calls calls calls critically critically critically needed needed needed funding funding funding he he he warns warns warns that that that puts puts puts the the the U. U. U. S. S. S. at at at risk risk risk of of of losing losing losing out out out on on on access access access to to to the the the next next next generation generation generation of of of vaccines vaccines vaccines and and and treatments treatments treatments Sager Sager Sager AMAG AMAG AMAG ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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US inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high

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00:51 sec | Last month

US inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high

"There there there there is is is is a a a a sign sign sign sign the the the the relentless relentless relentless relentless price price price price hikes hikes hikes hikes that that that that have have have have hammered hammered hammered hammered American American American American families families families families may may may may be be be be peaking peaking peaking peaking after after after after seven seven seven seven months months months months of of of of gains gains gains gains inflation inflation inflation inflation slowed slowed slowed slowed last last last last month month month month consumer consumer consumer consumer prices prices prices prices were were were were still still still still up up up up eight eight eight eight point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent from from from from a a a a year year year year earlier earlier earlier earlier but but but but that's that's that's that's below below below below the the the the eight eight eight eight and and and and a a a a half half half half percent percent percent percent year year year year over over over over year year year year surge surge surge surge in in in in March March March March which which which which was was was was the the the the highest highest highest highest rate rate rate rate since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty one one one one on on on on a a a a month month month month to to to to month month month month basis basis basis basis prices prices prices prices rose rose rose rose zero zero zero zero point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent from from from from March March March March to to to to April April April April still still still still elevated elevated elevated elevated but but but but the the the the smallest smallest smallest smallest jumping jumping jumping jumping eight eight eight eight months months months months ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing price price price price hikes hikes hikes hikes remain remain remain remain a a a a financial financial financial financial problem problem problem problem for for for for households households households households and and and and a a a a major major major major political political political political one one one one for for for for president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is my my my my top top top top domestic domestic domestic domestic priority priority priority priority the the the the president president president president says says says says his his his his administration administration administration administration will will will will help help help help ease ease ease ease rising rising rising rising prices prices prices prices by by by by shrinking shrinking shrinking shrinking the the the the federal federal federal federal deficit deficit deficit deficit and and and and fostering fostering fostering fostering more more more more competition competition competition competition in in in in industries industries industries industries like like like like meat meat meat meat packing packing packing packing Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Biden to address rising prices amid fears of global economic slowdown

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Biden to address rising prices amid fears of global economic slowdown

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is facing facing facing facing a a a a new new new new risk risk risk risk of of of of global global global global economic economic economic economic slowdown slowdown slowdown slowdown between between between between Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion invasion invasion and and and and the the the the ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing virus virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic shutting shutting shutting shutting down down down down Chinese Chinese Chinese Chinese cities cities cities cities and and and and factories factories factories factories financial financial financial financial markets markets markets markets worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide are are are are in in in in chaos chaos chaos chaos that that that that could could could could potentially potentially potentially potentially lead lead lead lead to to to to economic economic economic economic growth growth growth growth slowing slowing slowing slowing to to to to a a a a standstill standstill standstill standstill and and and and leave leave leave leave much much much much of of of of Europe Europe Europe Europe in in in in a a a a recession recession recession recession this this this this morning morning morning morning the the the the president president president president will will will will address address address address rising rising rising rising prices prices prices prices at at at at home home home home amid amid amid amid fears fears fears fears the the the the efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to slow slow slow slow for for for for decade decade decade decade high high high high inflation inflation inflation inflation may may may may trigger trigger trigger trigger a a a a U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. economic economic economic economic slowdown slowdown slowdown slowdown it's it's it's it's a a a a nagging nagging nagging nagging worry worry worry worry for for for for the the the the president president president president heading heading heading heading toward toward toward toward the the the the mid mid mid mid term term term term elections elections elections elections that that that that will will will will decide decide decide decide congressional congressional congressional congressional control control control control Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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With deficit falling, Biden highlights fiscal responsibility

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

With deficit falling, Biden highlights fiscal responsibility

"President president president president biting biting biting biting today today today today plans plans plans plans to to to to tout tout tout tout efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to cut cut cut cut the the the the national national national national deficit deficit deficit deficit focus focus focus focus heading heading heading heading into into into into the the the the November November November November elections elections elections elections the the the the president president president president said said said said to to to to know know know know the the the the government government government government will will will will pay pay pay pay down down down down the the the the national national national national debt debt debt debt this this this this quarter quarter quarter quarter for for for for the the the the first first first first time time time time in in in in six six six six years years years years the the the the treasury treasury treasury treasury department department department department estimates estimates estimates estimates the the the the overall overall overall overall deficit deficit deficit deficit this this this this fiscal fiscal fiscal fiscal year year year year will will will will drop drop drop drop by by by by one one one one and and and and a a a a half half half half trillion trillion trillion trillion dollars dollars dollars dollars more more more more than than than than expected expected expected expected the the the the president's president's president's president's hoping hoping hoping hoping to to to to draw draw draw draw a a a a contrast contrast contrast contrast with with with with his his his his predecessor predecessor predecessor predecessor who who who who pledged pledged pledged pledged but but but but failed failed failed failed to to to to lower lower lower lower the the the the debt debt debt debt still still still still it's it's it's it's not not not not clear clear clear clear if if if if the the the the fiscal fiscal fiscal fiscal responsibility responsibility responsibility responsibility talk talk talk talk will will will will sway sway sway sway voters voters voters voters come come come come November November November November with with with with control control control control of of of of Congress Congress Congress Congress online online online online healthcare healthcare healthcare healthcare inflation inflation inflation inflation and and and and other other other other issues issues issues issues are are are are often often often often a a a a higher higher higher higher priority priority priority priority at at at at the the the the polls polls polls polls Sager Sager Sager Sager make make make make ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Biden calls court's abortion draft 'radical'

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00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Biden calls court's abortion draft 'radical'

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Trump election probe special grand jury selected in Atlanta

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Trump election probe special grand jury selected in Atlanta

"A a a a special special special special grand grand grand grand jury jury jury jury has has has has been been been been picked picked picked picked in in in in Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta to to to to help help help help look look look look into into into into whether whether whether whether former former former former president president president president trump trump trump trump and and and and others others others others tried tried tried tried to to to to illegally illegally illegally illegally influence influence influence influence the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty election election election election in in in in Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton county's county's county's county's top top top top prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor took took took took the the the the unusual unusual unusual unusual step step step step of of of of asking asking asking asking for for for for a a a a special special special special grand grand grand grand jury jury jury jury to to to to help help help help an an an an existing existing existing existing investigation investigation investigation investigation saying saying saying saying it it it it would would would would be be be be able able able able to to to to subpoena subpoena subpoena subpoena people people people people who who who who otherwise otherwise otherwise otherwise refused refused refused refused to to to to cooperate cooperate cooperate cooperate among among among among other other other other things things things things she's she's she's she's looking looking looking looking into into into into trump's trump's trump's trump's call call call call in in in in early early early early twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one with with with with the the the the Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia secretary secretary secretary secretary of of of of state state state state I I I I just just just just want want want want to to to to find find find find eleven eleven eleven thousand thousand thousand seven seven seven hundred hundred hundred and and and eighty eighty eighty loads loads loads as as as Superior Superior Superior Court Court Court judge judge judge Robert Robert Robert McBurney McBurney McBurney started started started the the the selection selection selection process process process it's it's it's important important important that that that the the the grand grand grand jury jury jury be be be comprised comprised comprised of of of individuals individuals individuals who who who bring bring bring an an an open open open mind mind mind he he he said said said the the the twenty twenty twenty six six six people people people picked picked picked for for for the the the grand grand grand jury jury jury would would would investigate investigate investigate and and and make make make recommendations recommendations recommendations on on on whether whether whether to to to seek seek seek a a a regular regular regular grand grand grand jury jury jury indictment indictment indictment Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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Trump election probe special grand jury selection begins

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Trump election probe special grand jury selection begins

"In in in in Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta selection selection selection selection is is is is under under under under way way way way for for for for a a a a special special special special grand grand grand grand jury jury jury jury to to to to look look look look into into into into whether whether whether whether Donald Donald Donald Donald Trump Trump Trump Trump and and and and other other other other reason reason reason reason legally legally legally legally tried tried tried tried to to to to influence influence influence influence the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty presidential presidential presidential presidential election election election election in in in in Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia I'm I'm I'm I'm sorry sorry sorry sorry for for for for some some some some two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred potential potential potential potential grand grand grand grand jurors jurors jurors jurors are are are are in in in in Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton County County County County Superior Superior Superior Superior Court Court Court Court judge judge judge judge Robert Robert Robert Robert make make make make Bernice Bernice Bernice Bernice court court court court room room room room twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three will will will will be be be be chosen chosen chosen chosen you'll you'll you'll you'll be be be be deciding deciding deciding deciding if if if you you you are are are viewing viewing viewing and and and wasn't wasn't wasn't on on on set set set you you you might might might enhance enhance enhance the the the district district district attorney attorney attorney that that that she she she pursued pursued pursued criminal criminal criminal charges charges charges the the the county's county's county's top top top prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor says says says her her her team's team's team's looking looking looking into into into among among among other other other things things things a a a phone phone phone call call call where where where trump trump trump pollution pollution pollution George's George's George's top top top elections elections elections official official official to to to quote quote quote find find find the the the votes votes votes needed needed needed for for for him him him to to to win win win the the the state state state the the the judges judges judges urging urging urging potential potential potential jurors jurors jurors to to to keep keep keep an an an open open open mind mind mind and and and if if if they've they've they've already already already decided decided decided a a a crime crime crime did did did or or or did did did not not not happen happen happen to to to say say say they they they have have have a a a conflict conflict conflict Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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Pelosi thanks Poland for Ukraine support, meets president

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Pelosi thanks Poland for Ukraine support, meets president

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Russia pounds eastern Ukraine as West promises Kyiv new arms

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Russia pounds eastern Ukraine as West promises Kyiv new arms

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Justice Dept. to appeal order voiding travel mask mandate

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Justice Dept. to appeal order voiding travel mask mandate

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 Yellen, Ukraine official walk out of Russia's G-20 remarks

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Yellen, Ukraine official walk out of Russia's G-20 remarks

"Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war against against against against Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine has has has has again again again again taken taken taken taken center center center center stage stage stage stage at at at at high high high high level level level level meetings meetings meetings meetings in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington treasury treasury treasury treasury secretary secretary secretary secretary Janet Janet Janet Janet Yellen Yellen Yellen Yellen and and and and her her her her Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian counterpart counterpart counterpart counterpart walked walked walked walked out out out out of of of of the the the the G. G. G. 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Majority of Americans want masks for travelers: AP-NORC poll

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00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Majority of Americans want masks for travelers: AP-NORC poll

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"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

"Began to see the story of colonization. How happened in different parts of the country and we also we also began to see how much landscaped played in the poetry. One of the things. I was struck in reading a multitude of your work and it popped up in one of the early poems from carlos. Centers peres hall. There's a line in there. Poem that says to be made foreign in one's own homeland and that idea that truth of experiencing a diaspora while still feasibly remaining living in one's homeland you know and that that strikes me as a particularly unique and particularly sorrowful diaz bre makes sense that there would be such a relationship to the land Coming out through these poems. The relationship to the land for indigenous people is very different. Does ties very deep rooted. Our stories our songs are our spirit of our people is still you know deeply embedded. Yes young and even if we'd been misplaced even if we've been moved so that when it got to the laurie of project i thought it was important that we that indigenous people are seen as part of one american poetry but were were seen it. It seemed that we're alive and living people. So many i i had a. I have a play music. Sometimes of larry mitchell who grew up in bed stuy area and he said he would go to school. You know in new york city and they were taught that all the all natives were dead and a lot of people think we are. Because they don't see us. We might standing right next to you. Were not wearing on powell out. It's not all of us. are powell. were not linking. it's like well. You're not wearing the traditional outfits of europe people. Exactly one of the things that like struckmann in living nations the arrangement of it beginning slash east central north south west slash departure which i love it. It's departure not like ending like that speaks to something completely different. You know but like this idea that you write to of people being of the land and being connected to the land and then at the same time that heritage being a living thing and so thus that like continual relationship and dialogue. I think that must be happening between us and that which is quote unquote gone that which is the spirit that which once was and how that continues to live inside of the land yes issues go onto the library of congress site and see the project itself all that makes sense but we have our poets when i love or there's a map and it's a digital map. It's blue green..

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"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

"We feature poet joy. Harjo harjo became the first native american poet laureate of the united states when she was appointed in two thousand nineteen and is currently serving her third term in that post. She joined us as part of portland lectures on april twentieth from her home and tulsa. During her loriot ship she edited to landmark anthologies when the light of the world was subdued. Are songs came through a norton anthology of native nations poetry and living nations living words and anthology of first people's poetry harjo uses these two projects as a basis to structure her talk which takes us deep into the history of native american poetry from periods when it was an oral tradition to the first appearance of written poetry in the seventeenth century all the way to the current day these policies gathered together work from hundreds of languages nations and tribes to present the reader with the breadth and depth of a tradition that continues to flourish but that was left out a race or otherwise made invisible by editors publishers academics over the centuries harjo work resurfacing these poems and poets is vital to our understanding of ourselves as a nation because as harjo says a nation is defined by its literature in the second. Half of this episode. Harder will be in conversation with oregon's poet laureate and literary arts board member needs smudge. Ghani much ghani is an international poetry slam champ and the author of five books of poetry most recently in the pockets small gods. His first children's book is forthcoming from chronicle books and his poem closer with included in the recently published anthology. African american poetry edited by kevin young. But first here's joy from the portland. Lectures virtual stage living nations. Living words the power place of language hinge as stone go motto for this gathering. Meadow is thank you in the muskogee language. We are here to acknowledge the gift of life to express gratitude for coming together to try and understand another part of ourselves through another history another set of ideas another cultural lens together. We are in times of national chaotic cultural and climactic breakdown and more than ever the american and world communities need what the arts provide. It's the arts and literature that carry the spirit of people if we are to survive even thrive as a people it will be because we take care of the arts and nourish our cultures which means including all peoples if this country is to integrate spiritually creatively and profoundly. We must nourish the roots. There is no america without native nations arts cultures languages and humanities without the acknowledgment and inclusion of indigenous roots of diversity of native cultures a land. A country is unmortgaged without stability. In the last few years we witnessed the standoff at standing rock reservation in the dakotas were techniques dispossession and group violence. We hadn't seen since the civil rights movement were used against those who stood up against a pipeline that would destroy the environment deb holland and cherise. David's were elected. As the first two native women congress members i was the first native appointed. Us poet l'orient a landmark supreme court. Decision confirmed the existence of the muskogee creek nation reservation deb holland was sworn in as the first native cabinet member as the secretary of the interior..

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"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

08:33 min | 11 months ago

"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"To be black. In america for instance to to be subject to an assumed authority that an assumed power. That has legit power over you that you have to. You know you have to engage with but are they really more power do they have is their authority. Legitimate does humility. it takes to gauge with that power and to try in every moment to not let your outrage hit the face of that other person so that they and to do everything you can to be heard to be seen the humility what i was trying to access and i think those are crate exercises for me on. This is where you this is the work you need to do. A you know to to to more deeply understand what is like to to have to answer to somewhat let it incredibly free incredibly privileged life you know but like most of us. I am not totally free. I am not totally have to answer to certain things to certain forces to certain people though that the those are workshops it dolphins starts with our families will twenty six. A line that i- dylan line. I always quote i quote. I'm sure tiffany who's listening. And because i've quoted it in aditorial meetings is that you're going to have to serve somebody it's gonna maybe the devil or maybe you're gonna have to serve somebody and you know that's i mean that's a real lesson of adult life. Is that no matter what you think about freedom. There's there's no such thing in any pure sense because there's going to be obligations and dependencies and you're going to have to negotiate them And it's gonna be that's just an unavoidable part of being human beings. And sometimes those can get i think. Particularly if you're like a creatively minded. An independent person can be really tough to deal with. Yeah yeah but i do. I do hope that hanno. I'm getting closer to my humility every day. You know. I feel that way. And i hope that i can't bring more of it into my saw which is not to say that my youthful fricken rage was not also very good useful powerful energy and use youthful. That when you're so sure of yourself and you have something to say you want to say it's so loudly that's that's essential for change in our society But i think as now that. I'm getting older. I have do ingredients to work with and i don't have as much of the old ingredients and so i'm hoping that you know i think you can hear it on my new record. You know trying to make sure. I'm singing on the street the same level as anybody who might choose to listen. I'm not putting myself above. i don't want to be. I want to stay open to everybody. That's the sort of revolutionary loved and questing for a children's book. Fun it is. It's i. I'm not gonna draw this book which i was disappointed by have to break that news to you came on and said well. We're gonna you know again. I've been working on all these side hustles and they're like okay. Yeah we'll get behind your book here. Here's a little advance but we're going to get a professional illustrator. Okay i was like look. But i did have fun writing the words and i actually wrote a song. That is gonna also be a book. I was trying to just make a book and then you know me. It just ended up. I was the task was to make a lullaby book and so i literally made a lullaby. But i think i'm i'm pretty pleased with. I think it really works as a book and a song. So i'm excited. I think every parent has when you become a parent. You start discovering really rediscovering children's books obviously reading the jerry cans and you get really into the ones that you love and you'll also find like i found that with kids books. There's a huge variety like summer. Great and some are really not. And then there's also a crazy stickiness for like there'll be a book like my favorite example. This is don't don't let the pigeon drive the bus. Which is this some very simple silly. Conceit that like is just wildly sticky with my kids like they all loved it they all wanted arena million times. There's a kind of magic. That's a little like songwriting. Because like a song can be really simple and just stick and not even be like have a could be a three simple three chord song like a million other three korczak written before it but stick and the kids books of the same way. It's like some kind of alchemy that makes a great kids book versus anoc grade kids book but it's unclear sometimes what it is but then you show it to kids. And it's like whoa. They've like don't let the pigeon drive the bus. Just a great kids book. I don't know why for real i know. I don't think i understand that. Alchemy anymore than you do. But it's so it's it's it's fascinating. It's challenging. I don't know if i'll make something that can but yeah. I mean mo willems. Don't let the pigeon jar of a he's got it you don't. You're not since dr been. So i don't know what it is. He's god it. Yeah and it really. Yeah and like you say it's you don't eat a lot of words. You don't need sophisticated concepts to tap into something so deep you know just kissed my baby. I feel like a king. Because i you know when you're in that moment you know with the our junk but you know it's just like there's no way that you can't say it and deliver the connection. He's got it for real. We'll see we'll see. What if i have any feel for. The kids spoke over. So do you see yourself. Is music playing music and writing songs. Something you just think that will be a part of your life no matter what where what what stage of your life. Yeah i hope. So i hope so i really do i i really yes i think so. You know as long as the universe allows it. Like even as overwhelmed as i've been lately and Just bogged down in the grind and the multi-tasking all all stop. And i'll get the faraway look at think type into my phone. An idea that came to me. And i and i get so excited i get so excited still by the i by the the possibility of making that idea into a song of building on it you know i just felt it the other day and so i know that that that and aunt like you said i to like getting more and more on having a craft that i've honed trip thirty years and it's and to be able to do that thing. They you've practiced so much and failed at so much grown through so much is it's the. It's still thrilling of grammy award. Winning musician singer songwriter. Founder of righteous babe records newest album released in january's revolutionary love author of no walls and recurring dream which was released in two thousand nineteen. It's a new york times bestseller an author of a forthcoming children's book. Which we'll.

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"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

07:41 min | 11 months ago

"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"You know like you know boeing is like you know they've got their tweet about whatever. Lgbt pride like there's ways in which the kind of strongly kind of anti commercial you know anti-capitalist and left radical vision has animated. You was so sort of outside. The mainstream and parts of it have been brought into in ways that i think are represent progress but also kind of troubling. I don't know. I'm sort of having a hard time articulating this but it was something i wanted to talk to you about. Because you've watched the arc of this over the last several decades. I think you're doing a fine job. Speaking to sir and i agree and but i guess my perspective would be that i will take. I will take the degree of cooperation. Four the ever expanding embracing of diversity of pretty ever expanding awareness of of of diverse realities lives and existences and perspectives. I mean i never. I i never could have imagined at age. Eighteen twenty that the words white supremacy refer. Institutes would be spoken on the tv every day. It's incredible it's so great. I mean the fact that little own gender diversity or you know whatever it is. I hope we get to the word patriarchy soon and i just. I can't believe that the things that we and the crazies or the sidelined marginalized people have been talking about all along are beginning to enter the dominant discourse. I just think it's incredible. I just am so you know and people you know and we should talk about these things. The tension between you know the the blossoming of it in the culture and the cooperation on it you know and and and and really try to stay vigilant and not just be sound bite but but really get behind the ideas behind these words and really bring those out as well. You know people you know when they say what do you think about beyond say flashing. Feminists pathfinder I mean it. You know like sort of which i'm not saying is what you were doing that fishing for some level of criticism you know. Is that really feminists. Should is that just a no for me. The idea that beyond say would identify as a feminist hugely publicly in a lights is so great. It's so beautiful. And whatever degree of suspicion we're going to have along the way that people are that there's lip service happening here or there or or they're not following through is nothing compared to even maybe the first step of of collectively embracing the language the language of change before we can't if we can't say the words. We can't embody the concept so we start by seeking these words together. We are on the past. I think that's an extremely wise way of looking at it and is i mean partly biased. Because i think that's my sort of way of looking at a. But i also think i think there is something interesting. Which is that a think. In the i think part of this the politics of punk to a certain amount but i think in the in the in the late eighties nineties. Particularly there's real fixations on authenticity and like and selling out at versus not selling out which i feel like was one generations ago version of some of the kind of like you know factional disputes. About who is on what side of which line ideologically that that was our version you know is like and i do think that that like that has bled out a little bit in a useful way. But i think that like. I do think this is clear in your recent album. Revolutionary love and it's set in another interviews about. Just you know trying to be both the difficult squaring of the circle that comes from being principled and righteous and militant in what you believe in and also not being like a judgmental who is alienating and constantly finding ways to like cut people out as opposed to bring them in yeah. Yeah wow it's funny you're asking. I don't know love what you're bringing up. It's a lotta boat. It's it's connected. I feel like two things. I've been thinking about lately i had a. I had a conversation where i was trying to build. A bridge was trying to build a bridge of understanding between two very disparate perspectives. And i was very strategic in what i expressed in how i expressed it. I and i spent the rest of the danger really because i suppressed my urge to get angry to go on the to point the finger. Even though i felt outraged in at a lot of moments and i felt the residual you know just outrage and and i spent the day questioning what is it to be. Yeah this this business of authentic verses strategic and and where how do you find that balance because just just screaming. How could you you you should be achieved is not gonna get us where we need to be together right so yeah. It was incredibly humbling. But my poet sprain when when life gets really hard for me in these moments of trying to communicate ineffective or useful ways you know and and utilize my outrage without having it overwhelmed the situation or schwartz. The bridge being built my sort of my brain who leans towards metaphor towards analogy. And i and i try to see everything as an as an exercise of of living feeling and understanding beyond myself. I just thought about okay. So wow this is a little inkling of what might be.

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"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

06:24 min | 11 months ago

"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"Those generational shifts. Yeah yeah that is wild. Isn't it and i mean as a parent. I have to say i 's mike instinct is not to be a helicopter. I'm the type that yellow. Let him walk on the wall and they'll fall they're not gonna die. It's only it's only five feet up right. They might themselves but and you gotta learn to cut with a knife in your now to learn to use the scissors. And you gotta learn to the day you know just and i and i think i very instinctually at or intentionally go. Yeah i'm not going to entertain you all the time. Go figure it out you know and go out of my sight so i. I'm not the super helicopter parent and yet here. I have a kid who's much younger at fourteen. Then i and it's mind learning to me. And i i mean i have to look around. I guess at the whole world and see how radically it has changed. Like i've moved into the neighborhood of my kids school. So these kids are gonna start walking to school by outside five blocks. Which thrilled about. And i think will breed independence at you know but it's not the world of when we were kids walking to school there is. This is not an entirely safe neighborhood. There are incidents there is violence. There's guns everywhere. There's not a fabric of community with is on your kids for that whole five blocks so that's a different equation. When we were young you know so. It's a different. What looks like the identical circumstances inherently different. So i don't know i'm curious. What your sort of political formation to at that time. Because i feel like you know. You're very young you fifteen. You decided to stay in buffalo. You end up going down to new york city you're performing And and very early on have you know a very clear set of political commitments principles to those to those. Come from your parents at all was. We're how did those develop definitely. Yeah i i did not arrive upon by woke as on my own to whatever degree i am awake my parents were were old school in in some sense. They were older literally. My mom was fifty at my dad. Sixty ish when i was born you know so no sorry. Forty fifty but You which was unheard of that type fifty years ago. You know like everybody thought they were my grandparents so in one sense they were old but in another sense of very forward thinkers. Bless holy cow. Were they progressive. Even you know the italian immigrant that was by father and then my mother is basically a canadian immigrant But they were just aware people Very progressive very engaged especially my mother very engaged at. I think just gave me a bed rock for understanding my citizenship for understanding that i was part of something bigger and that there was work to be done that there that there was something to be accountable to. That was bigger than me. There was a society. There was a nation. There was a community a culture and this was all very real to me from the beginning. What was your relationship like with them. As you got older they were very important. You know like as we were saying like very of it was beyond leniency. Like very early on. They weren't granting me permission to be me to live to do my thing. It was just happening. So in that sense you know That was a four bucks support of just like you do you. You got it. I trust you. You know that is a big thing to communicate to a kid. They did that so that you know that carried through even as i probably in my late teens in my twenties didn't sometimes worried them from afar. I'm sure you know. But they never tried to clamp down. They never tried to you. Know take control at any point or or two door. Tell me how do my life. They just remained supportive from afar. So it was always you know and sometimes that literally blessedly translated into money like i would go visit my mom and she'd always hand me some cash for you know just like without saying anything without making a deal without shaming me or making me feel like i owed her one just like here kid you know so it was. The relationship was always pretty pretty great when you were a sort of independent kind of folk singer songwriter Starting eight eighteen nineteen twenty. You know there was a sense. I think that your politics were sort of completely antithetical to the establishment for lack of a better word. The me generation. Yeah totally eighties. Yeah and then you know. There's a sort of. I'm really curious how you think about the ark of the kind of politics you've held for your life over the last twenty years where there's a strange thing in which in some ways it feels like they become much more mainstream there's other ways in which like they've also feel like they're kind of co-opted sometimes like you can imagine like raytheon tweeting different things.

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"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

06:57 min | 11 months ago

"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"It all to get break back to. The hustle is also exhausting. But you know that's that's life. And i think we all have been challenged by this pandemic. Yeah what you just said about travel. I am not a traveling musician but in different phases in my life had to travel a fair amount campaigns years tend to be pretty real for that. And i've found with young kids. The older i've gotten used to be part of travel that fell worked travel. Felt like kind of fun and sometimes we take you places you haven't been there was like a little bit of a thrill of being hotel and maybe i would like order some room service or like and just all of that has just completely curdled for me. And i don't i don't enjoy any of it and i don't. I don't like being away from my family and my kids really very much at all so i can imagine that you know that it just. Yeah so it's a lot harder to do that when you got little ones at home. Yes i feel exactly as you just expressed you know. And i and i imagine that without kids i could keep that romance going more i could do. I could still find a new place. I could still find us thrill in being on the lam and i could still but the pull of i mean for me definitely having this last year where i kept my plants alive. I didn't have to come to my dead. Beloved plants. And i kept my relationship with my kids alive and i was here every and it. Just there's nothing worse that even the best job. Yeah that's. I had a very similar realization. Because i just have seen my kids more in the last eighteen months and i had for the previous seven years working on the job mostly because i missed dinner every night so i come home after. They're in bed. And yeah it really. It really really changes things. We'll be right back after this quick break everybody at savannah guthrie and i'm hold to copy. We've got some great news to share that. Today's show is now available. Wherever you get your podcast. Can you believe that right now. You can get your daily dose of news headlines and the day's top interviews from us right here every single morning. We have what you need to start your day and it's available every day. Wherever you get your podcast not subscribe followed today to start listening controversy at southlake tonight after teens poster the racist video it was a wealthy idyllic town forced to confront racism and children. We're told rosa parks day when the school board presented. Its plan. this small town fight ignited a national firestorm race clearly rapid regime this is south lake and nbc news. Podcast follow wherever you get your podcast. You get the first. Two episodes on monday august thirtieth. You left home really early. Like sort of shockingly early at fifteen. Is that right yeah. Can you tell me how that came about. I mean in a nutshell. My parents had split. I was living with my mom and she in in buffalo. Where i grew up at. She took a job in connecticut and decided she was just gonna reinvent her life in a different a very different place and this was an area of connecticut. He was sort of rural small town ash. It was not where i wanted to be. So i stayed behind. So that was i. Didn't i couldn't see myself moving in with father and brother for reasons. I won't go into and i couldn't see myself moving to rural connecticut with my mother. So at fifteen you know. I was already playing music. I had a band. I had gigs. I had a life. I had a job. So i stayed and i just made a go of it at that point and my mother you know i was already very self sufficient so the situation was just accepted by her. Young yeah it was a was a weird journey up til that a definitely an unconventional childhood. When i was nine My brother went to a hospital in boston i again. We are living in buffalo so and this hospital required by parents to be there twice a week for meeting sent to be a part of his healing so they actually for a good spell. What like when. I was nine ten eleven before they split up. They were gonna do most of the week so i went from being a latchkey kid. That came home. I let myself in. Because i had two working parents to kind of being alone in my house. I mean i stayed with friends mostly when they were gone during the week but so there was already a trajectory towards self sufficiency for me. So yeah it was weird does that i mean. I wonder how that how does that. Impact your perspective now on the apparent. Well it's mind-blowing for shirt. Because i have a fourteen year old daughter who can't use the toaster by you know. I don't know what happened in one generation that we should go from off one extreme to the other. I literally had this conversation with peer parents in which we were literally saying this that like it feels like the pen. I remember our. And i'm a little younger than you. But but not a tottenham sort of similar coord- and you know. I remember going to kids houses where you're like seven or eight. They let themselves in with the keys. We would like climb up on the counter to get the snacks. No one's parents were around for just and then ends and that was like a bit much. That seemed like a little on the low touch end. And then now i feel like it's it is it is the opposite. It's just like complete high touch almost kind of cosseted expectations of presence of parents and kids lives. And i totally agree that it is really swung a lot in those in.

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"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

07:12 min | 11 months ago

"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"That just even when you're not in your zone when you're struggling with something but if you're totally open and cool with that if you're if you accept that struggle like if you can show it and you can include the audience in what you're struggling against and your own process of when i'm on stage in it's pouring rain and the wind is whipping. My hair is found my throat and the sound terrible. And i'm being electrocuted. If i'm just in that thing and sharing it fully with the audience they could get off on even that. Yeah i'm gonna ask you so. I just wanna make a disclaimer hero. I might ask you some personal questions which you obviously don't have to answer to personally a and be some questions that might seem like preposterously banal. But i'm curious so so on limits went okay so on the second on the second part so i was thinking about our conversation today and i was like what is on e. defranco's workday ling. Like how do you structure what you're doing. And how do you structure the time to write songs and is it. There's a certain time or is it when the spirit moves you like what. What does your day look like as as annita franko. Yeah that's a question. I've actually it's funny. You should ask. Because i've been asking myself because i've just moved into a new space with by family and a new house and there's this shack on the other side of the property. That is mommy's workspace right. Okay good this was the plan all along. That will be my space. And i'm just as we've now moved in. I'm realizing wait. I can't you know this shack i. That can't be by only works. Workspace i have to we. What do i really do i do. I was thinking. I was thinking of myself twenty thirty years ago. What are do student. I feel fused. I write songs that. Unfortunately i am fifty now and that's like five percent of what i do you know and i so i've been having to get real. I need an office. It needs to be connected to the studio to the rest of the house with everything in it with the mailing supplies and the her drive with the thing on the thing in the computer on the laptop when the thing and the and the others strings for the ten. The idea that. I could do my daily office job. Part of being auni out in the shack is not realizing you know like right. Okay so i guess. It's a ruben guitar. Exactly like a loaf of bread bottle of wine. No that is. I wish i could say that was by songwriter existence but the songwriter rarely gets to get on her horse and ride around at all anymore. In fact i'll tell you what on tour is when i mostly get creative time. There's a lot of downtime. On the road between soundtrack ing and interviewing and gigging. So that is when i play guitar now when i'm home a day in the life is overwhelmed by children by bombing by all of that. And then there's of course the emails there's all the side hustles that i'm trying to diversify my income with especially post pandemic when my touring income ground to a very sharp halt and it was a very big deal for my operation. Because i'm the breadwinner old these days. A day in the life involves working on a children's book it involves working on a musical. It involves all kinds of associations with other musicians and their records and their projects and their books and their you know. So it's it's like many people's constant day lose of emails and writing and thinking and developing projects. So you just said something. I've read in other interviews in the pandemic. And i wanted to ask you about so. I'm glad you brought it up. I came across an interview talking about. You're talking about touring income and you know that's how you make money. It's a big part of how you you support your family. And obviously in the pandemic dried up. And i had this weird thought of like right like it just never occurred to me like well. How does franko make money like what. What what. I think you exist in my head as this presents outside of the like the banal of like know electric bills. Yeah exactly and and it connected to something else that i think about a lot which is just like what the economics of music are like. Now i mean obviously. They've changed so radically my my sense from the the musicians i know my life is that touring really become kind of the main lifeblood of a lot of musicians if not most am. I got to imagine that the the pandemic was just brutal for that. Yeah yeah big. Big big shock to the system. You know i mean. I have been blessed with Live audience that still there for me To go and play to after all these years. And so i keep doing it and i keep loving it but i am getting a little exhausted of the travel aspect. You know that i need to go travel physically drive town to town to sing for my supper and i think most of that has to do with being a mom you know. It's so hard to come and go from my kids and keep the stability keeps the bond vibe keep the flow going it's very disruptive and so i was already on the tip of china devise a way that the bread and butter can come not all from playing shows and then of course. The pandemic was like surprise. Figure it out yesterday. You know so It's in one sense to great blessing to have an audience and be able to go and be working musician and no complaints of all the jobs that one could have in this world. I am so grateful but it's also become hard over the years you know and so yeah. I'm i'm trying to diversify. How on pays the bills. It's it's been really challenging in one sense it's like it's i almost think. Jeez i'll just go get on another plane.

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"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

07:14 min | 11 months ago

"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"Etcetera totally one of my best friends in the world. Actually guy named eddie cooper who wrote the music that we play on this podcast musician and a and a rain has abandoned. You know to me. Like songwriting is a is a skill. That like feels to me like someone who doesn't write songs. You can't write songs as soup like a superpower. It's like meeting someone who can fly. Like i'm just like oh my. Wow and i'm like this to him to eddie all the time for him. It's like you just write songs. It's like it's like a big deal to him to me. It's it feels like it really does feel like magic. How do you. What's different now about how you write songs and how you wrote them. When you first for noodling around with cords like what's changed over time. i think. I say i've been writing songs like you said i've written hundreds for. I don't know at least thirty years. And i think of it as kind of a super power to like. That's my superpower. That is it is. Yeah and but you know like any a superhero. You know. there's there's a learning curve you know we. We don't all fly straight in high in the beginning. And i think i think a lot of things have changed along the way and changed back again and changed again. You know but. I think one thing. That's kind of been developing his. I'm less easily satisfied. So i hope that you know in one sense like on one hand. Sometimes i wish it got he's year. Why don't you getting easier. Why isn't it automatic now after thirty years. Both there's a song ball perfect. Will you know it's almost like in some ways. It gets harder it gets harder because my my standards get higher and that's a good thing and that's that's my hope i mean i know that that is as true as anything else And i can look back at some of my older songs and see where i cut corners or patient you know and that kills me and i just don't want to do that anymore so i really i make sure now that i agree with myself with every word and every every moment i think you know at some level right and he creative process that is effortless is probably not really working like you know. I mean hard. Things are hard to do and doing things well as hard to do. I i you know i was just working on a piece of writing and i had a very stuck day writing and i was like have i forgotten how to write and then just sort of reminding myself that every good piece of writing of ever done as felt hard time and if it's not feeling hard than there's something missing i think a little bit. Well yeah i. I know what you're saying. I mean i. I would hope for all of us creatives or i mean i guess every human is creating something you know. We should be gifted moments where it's effortless you know or where it feels that way where we don't have to try so hard and we can just sore but then when that moment is done there comes the next moment and then sometimes you have to look at what you did or or scrutinize it or improve upon question yourself or move on to the next level of doing what you do when you're not gonna be soaring for a while or you're gonna just be sore. You know. i think that like a moment of effortlessness is not necessarily an indication that you're coasting or that you're shirking your responsibility to grow. It might just be one of those beautiful moments that you've earned but it won't last. You started performing very early. did you. Immediately like performing or did it take some overcoming to feel comfortable in front of people. I would say door number two more I mean i think i immediately needed it. I mean i think. I think my need to connect with people which i would ever found this context of performing music in order to reach out and touch people and feel them and feel them feel me and feel seen and feel connected to people. And that's what i really needed so i was searching for that through performing music. The being on display part being on stage part. The being the performing part of performing was hard. And i sucked super socked in for a while. Like a like a while and people you know. It's not just whatever my humility. I wasn't a natural extrovert or ham. Bone or confident and people did reflect back to me in the early days either literal verbally or just with their energy. Like will you stop. I was very self deprecating. That was the way. I dealt with feeling so insecure. I just put myself down. And that's a horrible thing to keep foisting on an audience. It just makes them wanna like oh you just i just just start to stop. Just stop so so true. It's i mean there are ways it's funny self-deprecation works with audiences if it's coming from a person who's actually supremely confident because then it's then it's exactly yes then they're laughing with them and they're in control but if if it comes from a person who is actually not confident it's extremely difficult the opposite of what we search for performers want to see somebody free we want to see somebody who doesn't give who is just in their body and in the moment and doesn't care what people think an in control i mean that's that's such a huge part of that relationship between former an audience is the joy in the thrill of watching in total control and because that's liberating for the audience because then because we spend so much of our lives you know figuring out what we're doing in our own row season so when you're in the presence of someone it's like you're you're being liberated by their by their confidence and presents Totally and i would add to that. 'cause i don't always certainly. I don't always feel in control or in my zone when i'm on stage. Unfortunately i wish. I could say that i was but but i have heard also reflected back from people.

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"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

07:45 min | 11 months ago

"ani " Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"Open and cool with that if you're if you're if you accept that struggle like if you can show it and you can include the audience in what you're struggling against and your own process of when i'm on stage and it's pouring rain and the wind is whipping. My hair is the down my throat and the sound terrible. And i'm being electrocuted. If i'm just in that thing and sharing it fully with the audience they could get off on even that. Hello and welcome to wise happening with me. Your host chris as a special treat today very very personal introduction right for this. I have spoken on the show before about kate. My wife life partner love my life. She's amazing a million different ways. She's been on with pod twice. Kate nine freshman year of college and when i met kate she had a shaved head and she was really kind of intimidating intellectually. 'cause she's super brilliant and had really awesome and radical politics and was in a period of life where she was reading a lot of feminist theory that she was sort of sharing with me and as one does when one is. You know in love with the person and sort of Early love particularly. There's a lot of music swapping. I was very into like a certain kind of sort of like boutique. New york mix tape hip hop than i was constantly foisting upon her and She was extremely into the brilliant singer-songwriter bronco and sort of introduced me to anita franco and these incredibly tender memories of like us listening nominee different. Go as we were kind of falling in love. And i have been a huge army defranco's fan ever since through these two decades since i met nineteen. We're both over forty now and the thing. That's really remarkable to me about your franco. And this i think is of the conversation to have with anna. Deavere smith is. I'm really really fascinated by people who have obviously intense natural creative talent but are able to take that natural creative talent and create and build a whole career out of it through kind of discipline and technique. And i'm really really obsessed with technique in whatever you know. Whatever world is exhibited in whatever task is exhibited watching the olympics and like finding it fascinating delays dig into the technique of swimmers or rugby players or volleyball and technique around. Creativity is particularly interesting to me because creating things is so hard and so draining on soul and creating over a long period of time is really difficult. And the franco. Someone who has created an incredible body of work. She's poet writer should've near times bestselling book in two thousand nineteen. She's written hundreds and hundreds of songs. She's toward she has a record label. She's mentored other folks. She just had this incredible creative career. And i thought it would be such a treat and a delight for me personally but i think also for you listeners if i could get to talk to annita franko and so today That's what's happening. I'm very excited. It's great to have you on the program. Hey chris i love that. Intro sodas the dog next sir okay. It's no he'll be part of the condo. In fact i think. Kate wanted to pop in at some point but she's picking up the kids from camp right now. So can i start with this. Can you tell me how you learn to play guitar and play music. Let's see. I started by taking lessons when i was a kid so i did learn to read music ever so briefly and then i sort of did that for a few years and then i put it all down. I don't know i was moving onto other things. I guess maybe dancing i got. I got really interested in dancing and dedicated my my kid time and energy there and put the guitar down and and then when i picked it back up as Probably when i hit puberty needed back guitar back I had kind of forgotten how to read music and what i had learned. Maybe in those guitar lessons but think there was just enough of it may be subliminally back in the back of my brain to. I don't know take it from there and really kind of play by year from then on. Did you have like a natural musical aptitude. Then that you recognize like people you know you can people can string a few cores together. I do that when i'm at home playing music for kids. Whatever but did you recognize something in yourself that took to it. I definitely took to it. I mean i sell tit aptitude. I don't know. I guess maybe that's in the year of the beholder. But i think. I've come a long way. So maybe i had one part aptitude but i think maybe even more significantly than that. I just had a huge love lost for making music for like. I talked about in my book for coming up with a cord and then putting it next to another ooh and then putting it next to a different cord and seeing how that feels different and then what if you go to that corridor what if you know and it was an exploration for me and it was a journey of discovery and i think i have learned a lot way more on the journey than i sort of started out with you know in every way just about 'bout melody about harmony about groove. I don't think i was like child prodigy. I think i was just so dedicated to my guitar. Once i really got down with it. I didn't wanna put it down. You know one of those relationships everything that i felt and needed to process got processed through by instrument and through my voice. And so i think in that way. I taught myself to be a musician. More than i was born. One you know. It's funny because i think there's increasing the school of thought that says that you know. Our our notions of natural talent and aptitude are pretty misplaced in that really a lot of times we're identifying is if someone is someone's passionate love like people that get really good at stuff like the getting good it is because they love doing it and so they're doing it all the time and that turns them into being good at it as opposed to there's some special dna or some special light bulb goes off. It's like you love doing. it's you do it a lot and then you get at it. Yeah i feel that you know. And maybe maybe that's not to say that there isn't a special ingredient in a person who goes far with something but maybe the idea that that's special is what we could question like. There's actually no special ingredients are in all of us. They're all over the place. Any of us could manifest in so many different ways with all the x. factors. Yeah the opportunities the support the new no just the unencumbered space for your love and your passion to grow.

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"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

"Act of cumulative imagination cumulative process of art feel so i think like relevant right now because like it does build up as pile up and like being able to kind of like take all that is continuously being given to us from that. Which wants was an injured into this allows us to embrace that resilience a bit a bit more strongly. Perhaps you you you. You mentioned about music and poetry and you know i am curious also like you know with you being a musician and being a poet. What is that relationship. I'm curious to like. How does your music and your poetry converse with each other. How do they inspire an for upon each other and when does one become the other. It's all so different. I mean i. I think of the voice like the voice i'm using to speak is the same as the voice some paper also. My saxophone heus nyc. It's the same. One and i often poems is wrong but i've always heard the music was poems from way back I just had to work into united start. Playing warned is almost forty. And then my voice than it brought my voice back because there were seemed traumatic stuff that happened. When i was about sixteen that i walked away from So it's been a kind of process but music icing to them as they're just right here together. I in in our traditional culture. When i started writing poetry i bought unbe. Where does it occur in yesler poets who had poets who write on paper. But it some you. You hear our poetry more in song language and oratory in their certain forms of oratory that i love. Yes that you only hear. You don't hear it out here that you hear in certain places. Yeah and it's and it's at certain envoys. Why love poetry because poetry to me is. It's like it's not everyday language although it can be made of everyday language but it's a language that takes us We're words can't go on like that irony is that that's poetry it takes..

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"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

"Began to see the story of colonization. How happened in different parts of the country and we also we also began to see how much landscaped played in the poetry. One of the things. I was struck in reading a multitude of your work and it popped up in one of the early poems from carlos. Centers peres hall. There's a line in the poem it says to be made foreign in one's own homeland and that idea that truth of experiencing a diaspora while still feasibly remaining living in one's homeland you know and that that strikes me as a particularly unique and particularly sorrowful dia a it makes sense that there would be such a relationship to the land Coming out through these poems. The relationship to the land for indigenous people is very different. Does ties very deep rooted. Our stories our songs are our spirit of our people is still you know deeply embedded. Yes young and even if we'd been misplaced even if we've been moved so that when it got to the laurie of project i thought it was important that we that indigenous people are seen as part of one american poetry but were were seen it. It seems that we're alive and living people. So many i i had a. I have a play music. Sometimes of larry mitchell who grew up in bed stuy area and he said he would go to school. You know in new york city and they were taught that all the all natives were dead and a lot of people think we are. Because they don't see us we might standing right next to you. Were not wearing on powell. It's not all of us. are powell. were not linking. it's like well. You're not wearing the traditional outfits of europe people. Exactly one of the things that like struckmann in living nations the arrangement of it beginning slash east central north south west slash departure which i love it. It's departure not like ending like that speaks to something completely different. You know but like this idea that you right to of people being of the land and being connected to the land and then at the same time that heritage being a living thing and so thus that like a continual relationship and dialogue. I think that must be happening between us and that which is quote unquote gone that which is the spirit that which once was and how that continues to live inside of the land yes issues go onto the library of congress site and see the project itself all that makes sense but we have our poets when i love or caterers a map and it's a digital map. It's blue green..

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"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"ani " Discussed on The Archive Project

"Here to remember that until nineteen seventy eight. Cultural tribal nation expression was outlawed. It wasn't until the passing of the american indian religious freedom. Act in nineteen seventy that. We were free to practice indigenous cultures in the united states. This act included access to sacred sites freedom to worship through ceremonial in traditional rights and use and possession of sacred objects. We did not have organized religion per se. Rather the whole earth is a sacred site. A poem can be considered sacred site. Which so much of our culture is stored made into forms to be acknowledged given a place even a place to hide many of our oldest and most traditional poems and songs contain maps of the stars roadmaps or precepts of spiritual knowledge. My intention is poet laureate has been to bring. The many voices are people's voices that range through time across many lands and waters to the american story. Through these two anthropology it has been the intention of the editors and poets for readers to encounter the poems and here our unique human voice speaking beyond within an alongside time to recognize that despite the history the culture role repression and disappearance attempts the damage even carnage natives and native nations have persisted within our arts cultures and expressions of humanity. We have tended and envisioned ourselves as full members of resilient and living cultures. We are in the present it is within our cultural and artistic creations that we have freshly rooted images sounds and stories that can help restore the american story that can assist in the care of the environment in the quality of human beings for java which is mother earth and the muskogee language the map making represented by these two dollar comes at a crucial time in history a time in which the failures to acknowledge. Listen and to consider everyone when making the map of american memory has brought us to reckoning. I appreciate how sherwin bid sui expresses the quandary of being an indigenous poet writing in english with the navajo mind and sense of language as he says in his commentary for this project these two systems merge to create a.

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"ani " Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ani " Discussed on AP News

"Make ani Washington the chairman of the Senate intelligence committee North Carolina Republican Richard Burke steps aside amid a government stock investigation the FBI served her with a search warrant for his cell phone as part of an investigation into the timing of the corona virus pandemic and the sale of stocks this is a distraction to the hard work of the committee and the members and I think the security of the country's two important have a distraction Texas is John Cornyn is also on Burr's committee I respect his his decision to step down obviously this is a he's entitled to a presumption of innocence Bure has acknowledged selling the stocks because of the corona virus but said he relied solely on public news reports he says he's cooperating in the investigation at Donahue Washington this is a pay news former army staff sergeant and medal of honor recipient Ronald sure the second who later became a secret service agent has died of cancer he was forty one is this from the White House medal of honor ceremony in October twenty eighteen president trump mentioned at the time sure was fighting cancer he's done everything he can that cancer he's been fighting it every single day with courage and with strength Mandy's warrior he's a warrior sure save the lives of at least five fellow soldiers during a two thousand eight attack in Afghanistan police in South Florida are looking for New York Giants cornerback deandre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar after multiple witnesses accused them of a hold up at a party last night police say when a fight broke out Baker pulled a pistol and he done bar and two other men robbed the others of thousands of dollars in cash the four then made their get away in a Mercedes Benz a Lamborghini and a BMW I'm timid wire AP news first update I'm timid wire with an A. P. news minute protesters were at the state capitol in Lansing Michigan today demanding an end to the corona virus restrictions Darcy I can says she's trying to protect her rights I.

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"ani " Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"ani " Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"How do you get your morning started lately? Most of my mornings have become afternoons with a bowl of cereal. Ps four if not ps four. We like to enjoy family movie every now and then. What projects are you currently working on some musical projects? I am currently working on our giving back to our audiences by making a variety of different video projects for them to enjoy while stay safe and healthy other projects. I'm working on our tackling violence or not as AMA- currently on his number two which will be performing live for San Francisco conservatories tiny dorm concert series by non musical activities. Include taking two hour long walks every night with family in order to sane and remember how it used to be being outside. What are you doing for entertainment right now? Completing missions and quests on the SAS increase Odyssey and gt five are currently keeping me busy and entertained at home. What do you miss being able to do right now? I really miss being able to go outside without having to wear masks and gloves and miss walking freely to the store and expecting to see an unlimited supply of toilet paper and hand sanitizer stack up on the racks. I missed a freedom of not panicking and being paranoid every second one person coughs received six feet away from me but most of all I miss walking to the Opera House from my apartment and seeing all of my colleagues at Work Getting Ready to make beautiful music together. How do you not lose motivation? And purpose during these turbulent times before sleep I spent some time. Meditating and envisioning how the next day is going to look like. I find it very helpful to go through this process daily so when the day comes. I have a specific plan and keen desire to spend the day effectively. I try to involve myself with projects. Sometimes projects that are not necessarily related to music but are fun and exciting however spontaneity also plays an important role in my life and we have to remember is not such a bad thing to go off track. This has been five questions with the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra. Thanks for listening. Over Sixty percent of SF ballet's repertory season was suspended due to the covert nineteen pandemic that resulted in a projected revenue loss of at least nine point five million dollars as an organization employing hundreds of Artists Faculty Staff Crafts and trade workers. We are struggling to keep.

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"ani " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"ani " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"By ani Horowitz you produce star directed in the highly reviewed theatrical feature film you and me he also is a a video journalist and he has put together a bunch of different videos over the course of time really featured on the program one of his videos in the last few days video he did in New York City he's walking around asking people in New York to make a deal with the be willing to make a deal with they have a country suffer a longer more severe crisis demand that president trump would definitely lose the election a lot of them said it was a hard decision and many of them suggested that chore more pandemic just along from loses it I'm for me thanks for joining the show always a pleasure Ben how are you I do pretty well so you you never have a shortage of material for your man on the street interviews and and this one is no exception to how to go when you went to the streets of New York the nearly barren streets of New York to ask people if they'd be willing to watch more people died from would lose are unfortunate I guess the best word I can use like look this is not to be clear these are leftists these are not sort of a typical hello she Democrats right it's sort of self selecting group when you go to the East Village of New York but having said that it was very disheartening where the majority of people that I spoke with the majority of people would rather have a longer and more severe coronavirus in specifically with more debt at more gas than we would have otherwise and and their answers were yeah I will I will take that you know when I push them further away said well how many deaths will it take for you to change your position a million deaths now two million deaths no in fact a lot of them said there is no number of deaths they would be willing to accept it meant changing the ministration for the next election and and it and it really does I think speak about the psyche of the left throughout history right as I review the list has always cared more about philosophy and politics the humanity it's it's what lets you are twenty percent of Cambodia being chill the camera route or or twenty million people killed by letters dollar fifty million by mouth they don't really care about their people about humanity they cared about their doctrinaire philosophy and while I'm not comparing these people obviously to those dictators it does speak to a certain school softball undergirding you kind of expose with this video no I mean do you seriously think these people when you're talking to them because it's possible that either they are drawing your they're exaggerating for effect it has seriously to take sentiments like that but I don't know okay I want a clear this is not the this is not everyone but just why was age sixty with my character about sixty percent majority of people I would say they were and the fund is intended although maybe when poor taste they were definitely Sir I think these people are this notion of trump derangement syndrome and whether it exists or not clearly shows that it does exist and I think the speech thank frankly my guess is if I didn't have a camera there was just a position I ask more people off camera I would have gotten a higher they knew they were being shown this is going to be out there now the people answered in the affirmative they would take this this devil's bargain for more deaths long coronavirus for a new president I think they were I think there are very few I think if they if if if the sad kind of telling of where the last stand so on me I was here on the ground in New York City what's the situation like today on the ground in New York City governor Cuomo has said that things seem to have flattened out a bit obviously the deaths are still very high in your state there's something a lot of depth there but but have things mitigated all in New York City no not really it's it's I don't know what like L. A. R. then there's this really began what is it it's become sort of a very eerie city where the streets are are pretty barren and in fact you know I I look I knew the diplomacy with the communist I didn't realize I'll be wearing a red line which is what's happening now when you.

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"ani " Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"ani " Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ani wielded power in Iraq he did transform himself from just being a kind of a military figure into also being the political godfather of Iraq you could walk into any room in Baghdad the government get what he wanted that's Pulitzer Prize winning reporter James rise and who now covers national security for the intercept tell us how a runny and spice coopted Iraqi leaders and paid a recce agents working for Americans to switch sides and we'll talk about the unique role played by selamanya later David Bianculli reviews the new BBC nature documentary series seven worlds one planet first news live from NPR news in Washington I am Jack's beer the Senate has accepted the articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump NPR's Claudio we're solace reports the move triggers the start of the sign in page one trial Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee led the impeachment manager team in presenting the articles to the Senate using the powers of his I. office president trump solicited the interference of a foreign government Ukraine in the twenty twenty United States presidential election the full chamber of senators will act as jurors the senators must sit in silence and without their electronic devices for the duration of the trial the proceedings are slated to start on Tuesday could last several weeks cloudy salicin peer news the capital F. B. I. agents work Republican congressional candidate Robert F. hides home and business today that's according to a law enforcement source who spoken to NPR the source did not provide any further details about the visit of the reason behind it visit comes days after the house intelligence committee released tax that hide sent a love Parnassus suggesting he was monitoring then US ambassador to Ukraine where your bondage I'd later said he was joking about monitoring the former ambassador US Senate is overwhelmingly approved an updated trade deal with Mexico and Canada NPR Scott Horsley reports the vote follows passage in the house last month the vote in the Senate was just as lopsided last month's house tallied centers road eighty nine to ten in favor of the trade deal which the administration calls the U. S. MCA the agreement updates nafta to cover things like digital commerce which barely existed when that deal was signed a quarter century ago the biggest change made by the US MCA is in the auto industry car makers will have to include more north American parts if they want to sell cars and trucks here without paying a terrace the agreement also sets a minimum pay scale for auto plants which could result in some production moving from Mexico to the United States before the house vote last month Democrats insisted on some changes to the deal those include stronger labor and environmental protections the horse the NPR news Washington the retail industry's main trade group is out with its final report on twenty nineteen holiday sales national retail federation announcing today sales increased at the top range of its forecast up four point one percent for the November and December shopping period I was nearly double the two thousand eighteen sales increase which was heard by government shut down stock market volatility in interest rate hikes report out today comes on the heels of a government report showing retail sales up three tenths of a percent in December from the previous month many individual retailers report their fourth quarter results next month stocks continued their rally on Wall Street today as investors mulled over some solid earnings reports and continue to express optimism over the signing of initial trade deal between the US and China the Dow is up two hundred sixty seven points to twenty nine thousand to ninety seven I was a gain of nearly one percent the nasdaq closed up ninety eight points S. and P. five hundred rose twenty seven points today this is NPR from KQED news and terrorist Siler a federal judge today indefinitely blocked a new California labor law from applying to more than seventy thousand independent truckers saying federal rules on interstate commerce preempt state law eighty five took effect on January first and makes it harder for companies to classify workers as independent contractors the judge granted the California trucking association a preliminary injunction which extends his earlier restraining order until the association's legal case is resolved that could take months or even years right healing companies who were in laughter also challenging the law in court as our freelance writers and photographers the San Francisco Giants announced their final hires for the twenty twenty seasons coaching staff today and for the first time one of them is a woman KQ these Nina Thorsen reports Alyssa knack and was a softball star at Sacramento state and has worked in the giants front office now she'll be the first woman to coach full time in Major League Baseball throwing batting practice helping fielders warm up and instilling a more collaborative culture and the clubhouse there's girls all around the world during minute that one day can be them that's Justin Siegel who was the first woman to coach pro ball when the open days hired her in twenty fifteen for their instructional camp she says some players may be skeptical of a woman coach at first with man people just assume they know where the women you have to show you know and then you're and she knows her job he'll win people over nothing will be at spring training when pitchers and catchers report next month.

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"ani " Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ani " Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Anybody is out there man ani is looking for a car okay so you want to pay a certain amount so there's any but I know that there's like a lot of different dealerships and I represent a couple but I don't represent dealerships on my fantasy island are or make believe land so I I we we talk about it we don't know is it again good good level get now rose was four hundred dollars a month. all righty now you got one I am and I don't I am a woman and I am not crazy I'm not crazy. Hey man. crazy for saying. there is your greasy face right a dig at me like what. okay. they then with the free the freeze out there is like all all women are crazy but no that's not true I am a woman. I do see you know that that that's what crazy was. so I'm not crazy. it was a crazy one of us would say you know what about you you're a woman and you're not crazy straw said it she said I'm not crazy to sign. a certain amount of money much he's great. which is so don't a bill. don't have our goals. yeah right. I'm a woman and I'm not writing a man somebody on quality like a who will too crazy girl. I had a little how you doing my love Erica Erica I am blank and I don't. and I can not weeks hello I think you could say a life. we fly. it is still. wow so you're saying..

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