35 Burst results for "BLUES"

Catholic University Lecturer Makes Huge 'Wizard of Oz' Find

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:02 min | 3 hrs ago

Catholic University Lecturer Makes Huge 'Wizard of Oz' Find

"Anyway, tonal we're home home. And this is my room and you're all here and I'm not going to leave here ever ever again because I love you all but worded. Dorothy's blue gingham dress wind up Not in Kansas anymore. One of the dresses Judy Garland war on set in The Wizard of Oz may have been found recently in a shoe box. Maybe next to sheet music from B. J. Liederman, who writes our theme music that Ripa, a lecturer in the drama department at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D. C. Found a familiar looking dress at any rate and joins us Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. So what happened? You opened a shoe box and And there was the dress. I was cleaning out my office with a colleague and I noticed bag on top of a shelf and I had him pick up the bag and we looked inside and saw this shoe box and inside of the shoe box there it was all folded up. As soon as I saw the pattern. I knew exactly what it was because I had heard stories. About this dress existing at the university. And, Yeah, we finally found that we'll tell us about those stories because you have reason to think this is not just some errant blue dress, right? That is correct. So father, Gilbert Harkey, who started the drama program at Catholic University, 1937, you know he was known as the showbiz priest. His friends were who's Who of Hollywood, and one of those friends was Mercedes McCambridge, who in the seventies was an artist in residence at the university, and she was friends with Father Harkey, and she gifted him, This stressed. And he kept it in his office. He showed it off to anyone who would come visit so we knew it existed. We knew he had gotten it as a gift and the exact where about its were a bit of a mystery over the past few years. We should explain.

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Megill Earns 1st Win, Alonso Homers Twice as Mets Blank Jays

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 15 hrs ago

Megill Earns 1st Win, Alonso Homers Twice as Mets Blank Jays

"Tylor Megill picked up his first major league victory in Pete Alonso provided the Mets offense with a pair of homers in a three nothing shut out of the blue jays Megill allowed two hits walked one and struck out five over six innings lowering his ERA to two point one Alonso had a two run shot off ex teammate Stephen matches eighth pitch of the game Alonso added a solo shot in the eighth the Bluejays got just one runner beyond first base against McGill and a trio of relievers the win the last semester retain a four game lead in the NL east I'm Dave Ferrie

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Sabres Power Up; Select Michigan Defenseman 1st in NHL Draft

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 16 hrs ago

Sabres Power Up; Select Michigan Defenseman 1st in NHL Draft

"The Sabres chose six foot six Michigan defenseman one power who scored three goals in sixteen points in twenty six games as a freshman last season the crack in selected Wolverine center Matthew been years with the second pick marking the fourth time teammates were chosen with the first two selections of the draft the ducks used the third choice to take center Mason make cabbage of the OHL's Peterborough Petes the devils grabbed his brother for the second time in three drafts selecting defenseman Luke Hughes Michigan became the first college program to have three first round picks in the same draft when the blue jackets came away with center K. Johnson I'm Dave Ferrie

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Why Isn't Pat Boone in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | 22 hrs ago

Why Isn't Pat Boone in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

"Let's just talk about your hits. How many songs charted how many number ones how many i mean that alone it seems to me would put you light years ahead of half of the people who have already been inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. Well yeah by by what you might call by rights by record sales numbers chart appearances the songs that sells covers of current rhythm-and-blues songs. I went back and recorded songs. Picked by randy would dot records of course by ivory joe hunter and other former R&b greats who weren't popular or weren't doing so great at the time. But i would record one of their former hits in my way and it furthered the parade of our be songs that were known as race music. Black music just doing that. You'd completely changed the world of of music for good or for ill. I mean if if i'm interested in rock and roll that's the story of rock and roll. Some white guy named pat boone records. These songs opens the door completely changes the popularity of that kind of music. That's the history of rock and roll it's inevitable. There's no way you get there without what you did. So let let me just ask. You would have done it. I must say i can't take full credit I can give you

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BYU-Hawaii: Student Must Vaccinate or Give Up College Dream

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 1 d ago

BYU-Hawaii: Student Must Vaccinate or Give Up College Dream

"In nineteen. I was diagnosed with theon beret syndrome also known as gb s which hand because by vaccines and another a number of other viral infections. Lots of different I was paralyzed from the waist. Down or about a month was the scariest month my life. I was a fulltime dancer at the time. I thought my life is over as walking through pasta with my parents. One day i walked on the floor. And i remember the not walk. It was near fine. Was after you got a vaccine yet. So i got influence of and do you think that was the reason have so. That's what my medical providers. We're unsure. Because i got the influenza vaccine influenza and then i was paralyzed so you can get gps from having influenza or from the vaccine. So it's a little unclear was the vaccine. Personally yes because i. I think that's why got blue so i recovered from that which is seriously miracle. I relied on my feet. The whole time i knew heavenly father had plan for me. I said if he doesn't want me to walk again and if he has a plan from not the dance. So when i found out. Byu hawaii was going to be doing this. I reach out my medical providers and we decided yes that it was not a good idea for me to get back needed so. Byu hawaii came out saying that they would offer a medical or religious exemption and they made it seem very assessable. Those okay great all right out my exemption for him it'll all be fine. Whatever i submit it with my doctors my doctor's note than everything and i waited a month to hear back and they denied me a medical exemption and i was shocked to say the least. My whole family was like. Oh no it's fine like you're going to get it. You can't get back to nate. It's okay they're gonna let you in so as a big letdown. I decided to appeal this with my parents. My mom and my dad were very. They were just not happy because their daughter had always had this dream house being taken away from her for something she control like. It wasn't fair

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California's Recall Election Is Set. Can the GOP Oust Newsom?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:18 min | 2 d ago

California's Recall Election Is Set. Can the GOP Oust Newsom?

"Larry elder my former colleague on the salem radio network. He has now left because he has felt a calling. I'll talk to larry. I'll talk to all the candidates including kevin faulkner today All of the steerage candidate. I will talk to them in the course of the next two weeks because i think all of is going to be deeply deeply interested in whether or not a big blue state governor who botched cove ed who washed public education who botched spending in. Ppp and who have not done anything about drought or infrastructure paralyzed. California been paralyzed by Just ten years of jerry brown and gavin newsom. I think they're going to rise up and throw gavin newsom out. I have no idea who's gonna win. I'm not going to be involved in moderating debates and so. I'm not going to be involved in in endorsing anyone but i'll bring everyone along and asked them all the same question. I can be meticulously fair. But larry elder had been tossed off of the ballot by some by that. No nothing no name secretary of state. They're afraid of larry. Juicing turnout obviously and not just in the african american community but across the spectrum larry is a is a great an inspirational figures life stories. Very inspirational if you've seen his movies if you read. His book listened to his show for decades and decades. He's ubiquitous in california. They didn't want him on the ballot. They tried to keep moth. He was ordered onto the ballot at the same time Kevin faulkner wanted accurately to record. His title is former mayor san diego and they wouldn't let him put that on there. I don't know what it is. I'll ask him today. What his title will be coming on today in the last segment of the show. But it's going to be a big race. It is going to be a serious raise at the top is doug osea a former congressman larry elder and kevin falkiner john cox former republican nominee for governor. Caitlyn jenner is a serious factor in the race. Kevin kiley who led the recall petition gathering. Dr kevin kiley is a serious figure in the race. All of them will be invited. On the hugh hewitt show as. I'm sure they will be on every talk. Show throughout california and the debates will tell us a lot but right now the media the mainstream media the blue bubble media the los angeles times and the sacramento bee. They all why either believe there's no reason given coast in that ain't true francis the prop thirteen moment.

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Red Sox Spoil Blue Jays' Final Game in Buffalo

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Red Sox Spoil Blue Jays' Final Game in Buffalo

"The Bluejays dropped their final home game in buffalo was the red Sox banged out five home runs in a seven forty station over Toronto Kiki Hernandez Rafael Devers Michael Chavis JD Martinez and hunter Renfroe all homered for Boston which kept its one game lead over Tampa Bay atop the AL east it's the first time since nineteen seventy seven the red Sox have hit at least five homers in back to back games Hernandez says it's great to see their offense being productive again got the better a better end of some games and then the other ones that we losses because we get in it and you know hopefully these two games and means that are you know our offense is back to normal get Richardson three Sox relievers held Toronto to five hits the jays go on a road trip before returning to Toronto on July thirtieth I'm the ferry

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What’s Making Mid-Atlantic Songbirds Sick?

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

What’s Making Mid-Atlantic Songbirds Sick?

"The U. S. Geological Survey is recommending people temporarily take down bird feeders and clean out bird baths with mysterious ailment sickening and killing thousands of song birds in the mid Atlantic states the reporting sick birds started coming in late April and it seems juvenile birds may be most susceptible most of the ailing birds have been fledgling blue jays American robins hers here European starlings like this one in common grackles the other songbirds have also been affected the main visible symptoms are swollen eyes are crusted discharge around the eyes as well as off balance movements that may indicate neurological damage scientists are yet to determine the cause but have ruled out a number of viruses that commonly afflict birds early reports came from Maryland Virginia West Virginia Kentucky and Washington DC well more recent reports have come from Pennsylvania Delaware New Jersey Ohio and Indiana I'm Ben Thomas

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Do At-Home LED Masks Really Work?

You Beauty

01:54 min | 2 d ago

Do At-Home LED Masks Really Work?

"Led which stands for light emitting. Diode is one of my all time fave treatments to have done. And i know you probably feel like i say that all the time but this one really is. It was about five years ago. That i i started getting only locks which is a type of professional in salon light treatment and it helped clear up my acne more effectively than anything. I'd tried over the decade prior. Now we've done an hoskin expert episode on light therapy and what it does so we will link that in the show notes fee to get more data if you missed it but i'll do a summary for you. Led therapy is noninvasive. It's a treatment that uses different wavelengths of light to visibly improve in rejuvenate the skin. So it's actually nasa technology which is like spice in shish. That's the scientific way to explain. Nassar that was adopted by the skin. Care community thanks to its ability to heal wounds and tame inflammation and actually my lady. That does my omni omni literally said. Look if you've got a really bad injury. Oh cuddle. Something she's like pulpit onto the omni lock slide and it's really good at like healing and timing that inflammation so the different wavelengths target different areas within the skin by sending energy into the cells to stimulate natural cellular responses so the most common lights used the blue light frequencies which is typically used to treat acne. So that's what. I started with all those years ago while red is used for anti aging concerns. So let's chat about the at harm. La mosques that make us a look and feel like power ranges. obviously the ad harm devices a less powerful than the treatments. You'd get at a salon which means it'll take longer and more used to see visible results swear professional. Led treatment would have me looking. Glory town healthy. After a single session. It would take about three to four weeks of daily at home. led mosque to see the similar result. And trust me. i have done that

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Perspective (MM #3773)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Perspective (MM #3773)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Many will say there's only one side to the news, the truth, but a lot has to do with perspective month or two sides to every coin. When it comes to aging, what matters, what doesn't it's all about perspective, race relations perspective, the sad reality, as much as we want to admit as much as we want to believe truth all comes down to perspective and it's not just about the sky being blue, the sky being orange. But what if you're wearing a pair of glasses that have a tint to them? And you look up in the sky is orange Taliban. Again perspective, in theory there is only one truth in theory. There's only one right and only one wrong, but as we know, there's the gray area in between and a lot of that has to do with perspective. I was thinking about that the other day, when somebody was telling me about something, they wanted to do a job to do and I said, smart thing to do because I wish I'd done it at your age, my perspective was different, it's a very nuanced word. And each and every day perspective, changes a lot of similarity but a lot of different wage.

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Perspective (MM #3773)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Perspective (MM #3773)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Many will say there's only one side to the news, the truth, but a lot has to do with perspective month or two sides to every coin. When it comes to aging, what matters, what doesn't it's all about perspective, race relations perspective, the sad reality, as much as we want to admit as much as we want to believe truth all comes down to perspective and it's not just about the sky being blue, the sky being orange. But what if you're wearing a pair of glasses that have a tint to them? And you look up in the sky is orange Taliban. Again perspective, in theory there is only one truth in theory. There's only one right and only one wrong, but as we know, there's the gray area in between and a lot of that has to do with perspective. I was thinking about that the other day, when somebody was telling me about something, they wanted to do a job to do and I said, smart thing to do because I wish I'd done it at your age, my perspective was different, it's a very nuanced word. And each and every day perspective, changes a lot of similarity but a lot of different wage.

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Female Trailblazer Wally Funk, 82, Just Became The Oldest Person In Space

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

Female Trailblazer Wally Funk, 82, Just Became The Oldest Person In Space

"Day ever Jeff Bezoza and his crew of space tourists back on Earth after launching from West Texas supporters Blue Origin spacecraft. For a sub orbital flight to the edge of space, experiencing a few minutes of zero gravity and from the sound of it. Oh, wow. It just seems like they enjoyed it. The flight just 11 minutes long Bezoza, taking the short trip with his brother Mark and two others 82 year old aviator Wally Funk, now the oldest human ever in space. An 18 year old Oliver Demon, now the youngest blue origin broadcaster Libby Casey, saying today was a long time coming 15 consecutive missions to get to this point. It's so much different when you put people on board Bastos, hoping his flight will spark a new generation of space travelers, But I was a little kid, you park astronauts inspired me. Things like this inspire kids, and that's a big deal for what it's worth. Dave Packer, ABC News Redmond. Police are trying to clarify some

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Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin Launch Into Space

AP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin Launch Into Space

From Heroin to Faith: Pastor Greg Laurie's Road to Christ

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:21 min | 3 d ago

From Heroin to Faith: Pastor Greg Laurie's Road to Christ

"Perkins I don't remember blue suede shoes I was say blue shoes is that that's the one see anyway. So china. okay. So billy graham billy. Sorta like the glue. The two stories because stephen interesting encounter with billy. He didn't know billy but later in his life. After stephen come to christ he found out he had cancer. He was unable to get any kind of treatment. There was nothing they can do from the hospitals here so we actually went for some very an orthodox treatments done in mexico. And he requested that his pastor leonard dewitt would try to get hold of billy. Graham khazei would like to meet billy. Billy very gracious took time out of his schedule. Met steve on the tarmac whereas jet was to take him to mexico they had prayer together. And then steve misplaced as bible and billy gave his divas personal bible which steve took with him. The surgery was successful but unfortunately he died in recovery and they came into the recovery room and steve was holding the bible. Billy gave him in the last words. Steve said to billy were. I'll see you in heaven. And of course billy was a good friend of johnny cash The would vacation together. They fish together their wives or friends. And johnny play a lot of billy's crusade. So i thought he's the glue in the story and to me. He's kind of the coolest of all of them. If i can use that word. Steve was the king of call as he was called. Johnny was called the godfather of but billion my estimation was the coolest of them all because of the impact. He had on men like that but people around the world some well-known some unknown We have to think of what You said that you said steve was the was the what of cool the king of the king of cool and and johnny cash was what the god cool so what would be the preecha of cool. How would you say he would be. Maybe the coolest of the cool the and because to me cool is justified this authenticity. Its unique. You know you're a trailblazer. You're a groundbreaker. You're someone that thinks outside of the lines that people think in new are willing to take risks and you're

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When Pat Boone Met Elvis Presley

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:48 min | 3 d ago

When Pat Boone Met Elvis Presley

"Brooklyn high school. This is the fifties you are the big star. You've got three major hits on the charts you perform a brooklyn high three thousand kids and you're opening act is a nobody named elvis aaron presley. Yeah whatever happened to that guy. Well he's around no memory. He's not around a personally but anyway bill randle knew that sun records on which elvis had made one record had been sold to. Rca victor or they had sold the contract or elvis presley to rca. Victor and he hadn't even made a record yet for rca. His first record was heartbreak hotel but he hadn't recorded it yet. What he had recorded was one song to songs. On both sides of a record on sun records out of memphis a little label down there south and was recording not recording but performing on the louisiana hayride a radio show like the grand opera but outta shreveport louisiana louisiana hayride and And so a bill. Randle ask him and got elvis. Whoever was managing to come to cleveland so he could be introduced to the to the teen audience at salk where i was the headliner and going to perform and when he picked me up at the airport bill randle. He's he said is gonna come up from shreveport to to open the program for you tonight and named an a. He's a any told me who who was. What's his name. He said elvis presley. You haven't heard of him. And i said no i have. I heard a record of is on the jukebox in dallas. But i said bill. He's a hillbilly. I mean this was a bill. Monroe song blue moon of kentucky. Keep on shine and it's not rock and roll. I said is going to go over. Well tonight he said well we'll find out because he knew that he'd been signed. Rca victor was excited about this newcomer. So but i was backstage at high school when elvis and his entourage of about three guys came in lamar fi. Thank charlie hodge. Maybe one of his musicians to musicians. And so elvis walked in and his collar turned up his hair long. And kinda grease in then over too long but slipped back in his pants long over some scuffed up white. Black shoes said hi elvis. I'm pat boone's mention and any extended his hand but he didn't shake hands. Just let me shake his hand. Nobody his mom and daddy hadn't instructed him. How a man shakes as he disliked you shake

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Haiti, Urged by Foreign Powers, Announces New Government

Here & Now

01:32 min | 4 d ago

Haiti, Urged by Foreign Powers, Announces New Government

"Nearly two weeks after the assassination of former president Juvenal Movies. Under pressure from foreign countries. Claude Joseph says he is stepping down as interim prime minister, paving the way for a real angry who was appointed prime minister shortly before Morris was killed. On paper. This fills a power vacuum in the island nation. Let's bring in with Lord Marine Corps. He's the editor in chief of the Haitian news outlet, a Hippo post and he joins us from Port of Prince via Skype with Laura. Thanks for joining us again. Thank you. Can you start by explaining some of the forces that are pushing out? Claude Joseph, the interim prime minister. I mean, what kind of pressure did these foreign powers including the US put on him? We don't know for sure. What kind of pressure was booed in him? What we do know was his intention to lead the government. Actually, he stepped up to, um and you feel the power vacuum? Uh, all of a sudden, out of the blue even the U. N. We went on the record. Say that producers should stay all the way until the next election, signed a document that he signed also by other foreign Paris the most powerful in Haiti, which are the U. S friends, Uh, you win, you know, um, and order embassies to say that, um, they encourage our goal of three was choosed. By the president's two days before he died, too, from any new government. Got it, So could you sort of introduced us to a real

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Jeff Bezos Goes to Space

The Dan Bongino Show

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

Jeff Bezos Goes to Space

"Has taken humans to space is blue origin, launched its first manned mission to the edge of Earth's atmosphere. Here's a B CS Alex Stone, too. One after so many test missions. Jeff Bezoza, his brother, along with Wally Funk, the oldest person ever in space in Oliver Damon, the youngest ever making their trips 66 miles above ER after floating around in the capsule, Jeff Bezoza radioing in blue Control, based on the best day ever. Blue origin. New Shepard capsule floating back with parachutes out making a landing on the desert floor. Alec Stone EVC nears.

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"Best Day Ever!" Bezos and Crew Fly Into Space

Mark Thompson

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

"Best Day Ever!" Bezos and Crew Fly Into Space

"Origin, blasting up in a rocket to the edge of space and back in a fully automated capsule. Billionaire Blue origin founder Jeff Bastos and three other crew members on board taking in the view and the awesomeness controlled business. Best day ever. Pesos back on the ground, was asked by reporters how he plans to make the human spaceflights more financially accessible, You know, biplanes. And they're flying into a farmer's field and charging a small private the price to fly people around for a few minutes in the air. That's what we're doing right now. But you know where that barn storming phase leads to 7 80 seven's Beso says he plans to more launches later this year. Covid cases

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

06:41 min | 5 d ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Ten me and my mates would denied entry to the apple store. It was based solely on the color. The manager was like that they were afraid. Still something and do certain experiences in situations happen to us a lot especially in shopping centers. You get folded about security guard or there's always a preconceived idea about how you're going to behave at that instant we caught on camera and when we posted it we can show the world. I guess what we experience every day. And i guess that was the first time i've sold power over speaking up after that. We've got a massive response from apple on the tim cook apologized. And they i guess things to ensure that doesn't happen again and that was retrain all of stuff around the world in custody inclusion. Do you remember. It was a few years ago but do you remember what made you to go. Okay i've got to say something i guess. I wasn't expecting that from apple apples over like a friendly place. And that's how we perceive it right So after school always gay they will look at the new phone And it was kind of a place just to see and have fun say. I wasn't expecting that for apple. So when i did received response okay Who were really upset. And we've decided to speak out because fossils was a k. Does this happen to anybody else. And how convinced from happening and foster way was shed light on decision in school. You're also school captain. What did that responsibility include always wanted to join. The leadership team right and the problem was is that i didn't see anyone that looks like me represented in that position The has never been a person. Foam of called background become school captain so it was easy to suffragette project. But i knew how important it was. Pull a person Linguistically diverse background take on deposition and then shared the younger kids k. I'm dick to and it was all about starting the precedent for me so once i did become school. Captain was it was. How can i in my position implement things to make it easier on the students and especially the students will multi cultural diverse backgrounds. And there was a lot of initiatives that we on the We worked on. How do we increase school spirit. How can we make the school environment where people can come and then have to bring the exists luggage that community and that was bio okay. Stylish in Platforms with students can voice. Their opinions were closely with the wellbeing team to tackle certain issues. That's very impressive. Nerd impressive. I don't have to tell you that but i'm guessing being a role model as well comes with a lot of responsibility. So how do you handle that. I'm guessing it'd be a lot of pressure as well. It does come with pressure. And i feel like it's hard to be the first to do something right because you don't know the reaction you're going to get when i joined debating. I was the first african to join debating joined leash team effort to do that. So it was very hot and i and i saw my friends wanting to take that vision by soft rejecting because they didn't see themselves represented and they just never sold himself. Stay taken vision ally k. This is a problem that needs to be fixed. Basically you've founded endeavor youth australia. Can you tell us about this project so interviews. Destroy is all about identifying investing in our young multiple donation. When i was growing up one think that is what happened was a little opportunity was not presented to me because there was a preconception that i didn't succeed right so a lot of the actual activities old leadership opportunities. I wasn't shining because those assumption. That i didn't want to do well so i guess in wsb Yet what we is one giving young people opportunity and we believe through division of mentor and opportunity and training. Anything's possible. Right if you give the students choices if you give them i guess pathways than they're more likely to take it and a last thing that we focus on with individuals. Julia is unconscious. Bias and especially uncle Unconscious bias in schools. We work a lot on cultural capabilities. I'm so we give cultural teaches we Run five to nine week academies for students in schools. Yeah and you're already doing by just being you and by doing excellent work. I feel like you've already changed that narrative so good on you muhammad finally. What's next for you. What upcoming projects or work are you. Undertaking shot at. The moment are focusing on individual australia. We are working with our partners And schools to. I guess like really try and reengage kids in the learning and that's very important and most important thing for me is that i want the uncle that i work with to go to school and feel safe right good to school knowing that they wouldn't be discriminated against. Didn't have to worry about what's happening outside. Because the school i guess has been just and that folks was the brilliant mohammed semra we at spoarer blues which they spot all the best in his future endeavors mahama's on twitter at muhammed semra spelt m. o. a. m. e. d. s. e. m. r. a. His also on instagram at muhammad underscores semra as usual. Stay up to date on ds bora blues by our instagram. Page at three cr dot s. Blues and listen to this episode and previous episodes on our three cr page at three cr dope all to a you slash diaspora blues. I'm a should wa. And i hope to see you next week. You've been listening to a podcast produced in the studios of independent community radio station three cr in melbourne australia for more information. Go to all the ws dot three dot org dot edu..

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

06:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

03:43 min | Last month

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"And hopefully though and that was the wise and super talented filmmaker as dang he's exhibition forty days is on right now at the sunshine spaces gallery and ends on twenty sixth of june which is in a couple of days to find out what other projects as has lined up. Visit his website at. Www dot es at e. l. d. i n. d. n. g. dot com so. I'm going to repeat that one more time that ease ease it. E l. d. i n. d. e. n. g. dot com. We hope you enjoyed this week's episode of the spoarer blues. Thanks again to as deng go check. He's exhibition forty days at sunshine spaces gallery. It closes twenty six of june so visit soon as you can hit us up on instagram at three. Cr dot yes for a blues. We finish our show with a message from former three cr programmer. And my lovely lovely friend. I reached more regarding radiothon followed by local artists kooky with her track pushing through the rain. I mean and should what. I will see you next week. Three has always been the voice of the people. I remember when i was putting together. A chapter for the three fortieth anniversary book. And i was reading through all the amazing archives listening to amazing interviews chatting with others who are riding chapters and not that. I needed any more convincing. But it was such a new amazing realization that an organization black three could exist like that. It was possible to not just be a representative of community but actually literally be a community Tracia unapologetic. It is fearless. And it's made up of really some of the best people in the state lack. I think that melbourne there so many amazing community run organizations and this amazing community broadcasters and community radio stations but i really think that doubt something. That's different and does something that's really special and it is independent. It is educational inequality. Like i said if feel us unapologetic and it really does. In an organization form demonstrate how people powered movements can and should be sustained. And i feel really proud to have anything to do with these amazing station as for diaspora blues When i think about jasper blues what really comes to mind is how difficult it can beta find out and learn who we are. Leon and i would speak for myself as someone who's african who was born and raised in australia and diaspora. Blues has the audacity to remind us that we are entitled to being part of the decision. Making of who we are here in australia. It's not defined by jasper. Blues is consistent and ease really the voice of so many of us in the diaspora and to be honest donating to diaspora blues donating to keeping nuanced and thoughtful. And most importantly real voices on our airwaves. I.

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Diaspora Blues

01:54 min | Last month

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"That's it from us. Don't forget you can listen to this episode. And all of our previous episodes three page at three cr dot org slash spoarer blues. Follow us on instagram. At three cr dot. Yes bar blues. We also repeat on radius skid. Row tuesday's at three thirty pm shat to roll hernandez. Who makes that happen every week. We appreciate you bro. And that is it from me. All we'll see you next week but before we do. We're going to say goodbye with attract by wonderful wonderful k. eat and it's cold shiny. Got past Domino new league. This is a. She called me designed to mislead benefits and kobe. Now why denied. What's in thoughts and siegel bring in alabama..

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Defense much was really good like at the beginning. It was only like my house. Meant and i who are using it. I am really pleased with it. And then this is what i would give to my friends for their birthdays. Or like one of the feeling down that will just like make some serbs as nadji spray. Like some oil with essential. Is something like this something really carrying something that like. I've only come to realize it like in the past few weeks that most of the pushes that i'm making i'm like making them for myself but i don't realize it before i let me not to go. I had to ask them about ten tons a soulful series. They could produce with shag. Gays so tender tone is not an original idea So i think it was in two thousand eighteen that i wasn't conversations with cia and they said that they wanted to organize something with me. Something for some people the community that would have that would relate to food and wells and so then they told me that the this this Event happening in the us cold tender tables tender table. I think he's already generated in auckland and they might have another one in another town. But i forgot the name of it But essentially it's like a bench it's Woman and nonbinary fogs. That are from a bipolar background. Who come and shallow storing that data relating to food they and then when they are performing the piece the audience gets to action. Taste the dish so we decided to to do the same thing here and Of course like we asked permission to use the concept and they were like really happy so we actually had the first one in twenty eight at my friend's house in. Kobe was a beautiful tree house. And we have three bell. Four mills So all of them cooked a meal at the house. Doing you know like before the event and they wrote a poem about it and so while do people well performing the piece The audience was like trying. It was amazing. Thanks so much for coming on the show and sharing your story with us. If you'd like to know more about. I mean not header of it today. Instagram page. soco bari spelt s. o. g. o. p. r. i. that's s. o. g. o. b. r. i. or hop on their website at dinosaurs and hots dot com. You're listening to the espera blues at three cr radio program. That also is on tuesdays at three thirty pm on radio..

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"You wrote. I mentioned happen pronouncing right article about the war crimes in afghanistan that motti triggered a huge reaction ryan on twitter. There was an article that was written about your article and basically just kind of brought you down to size. That's a nice way of saying we'll try to try to. I mean they tried. They didn't succeed all right. So walk us through that event payback. What did you say in the article. That got people so riled up. yeah it was. It was quite a deal. There are several articles actually the daily mail and another newspaper. Another right wing telegraph. There was just like a like a snow bowl Those basically triggered by an article that i wrote on the engine about the raritan reports which was justifiably angry. You know and i regret it because shit this like if an afghan can't be angry at the light verifiable documented instances of australian soldiers in afghanistan slaughtering up to but probably more than forty six afghans full for fun out of boredom slaughtering. Them like the sport you know if someone like me conga angry. Then it's like who what. What is the appropriate response An i really feel like it was a real insight into how australians are so accustomed and demanding of the grateful. Refugee and that was so shocking. Because i'm not that fuck the colony. I like sermon. Criticisms about israeli government and. Yeah they took our my family in an took other. Afghans in the focal of refugees and immigrants in not enough is still prison island on menace that his you know that that is indefinitely detaining all sorts of refugees. But i guess the point that i'm trying to get out is What i really think triggered the response to the did from all these like right wing. Journalists was the idea that i wasn't a great for refugee. My family had been taken in on humanitarian asylum grounds and the one generation later. Here i was with the goal to criticize australia. And it's like damn right. i'm going to criticize. it's more of us. All of us should be criticizing australia. This like army unit was not only was it like not disbanded fully. But it's like they were. They were awarded were celebrated and there was such a defensiveness around actually acknowledging that there was a structural issue for something like this happened. Either there was oversight and approval from supervisors which is absolutely despicable if so or supervisors and other overseers had no idea. This was happening. And they're like you know soldiers in the atf. We're just like going on killing sprees afghans. Either way it's not acceptable. Whatever the case that should never have been happening and that there was such a cover up over show many years almost two decades. Now i on There's a lot to be. There's a low townsfolk. There's a lot to be held accountable. And so in my article. What i was basically saying is that i was mortified. That the response was Week on behalf of the australian government on behalf of the eighty s and also that at the end of the article there was little section talking about if any members of the australian defence force and families have experienced distress at the reports of the baritone report. Feel free to access these like last line suicide hotline mental health services and. That's what really got me. Cause it's like damn. The australian soldiers can come into ghana's don slow to my people and west entering their mental health. Like you really have to ask some deep hod cutting questions at that point when it's like where is the embassy for us you know where when when are the mental health resources going to acknowledge that australia is home to multiple immigrant communities and always has it And to have placed none of the emphasis on the canister alien community and how they must be feeling and how they west feeling as roosevelt of seeing How dispensable their lives were And how easily you know. Our desk can just be written off to an accident or Poll followed procedure is just yeah. Just tragic fair. That was box save. That's the end of our show. I need to get out of here before. Paul factor jump seen as usual. You can listen to us on three seattle off a au slash the bora blues more. Also an instagram at three. Cr the s bar blues. You've been listening to a podcast produced in the studios of independent community radio station three cr in melbourne australia for more information. Go to all the ws dot three cr dot org dot edu..

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"You're tuned into the war blues on three community radio. That gorgeous track that. You heard that. I was dancing around to like a maniac in this room was. Don't you worry by electric fields from their two thousand and sixteen ep in moss spot. I n a so the long easter weekend. Which i'm still celebrating. I spoke to bob. Hawke sayyed alkyl back to introduce themselves but before we do. I want everyone to read their article and new generation of australian war criminals in mention quarterly. It's an essay that got bob hawke trolled and unfairly attacked by certain australian publications all because but bach dead to comment. On the barrington report. Barrington report is a report that outlined allegations of war crimes committed by soldiers serving with australian defence force before burbach shares. What the experience was like in the second half of our interview We want to first of all. Get to know. Becca be who is incredible person that i was so lucky to chatter. Bobek i. I'm a writer editor. On an artist. I kind of previously was a social worker youth worker And still in some capacity. I feel like. I'm involved in his goals. In like community initiatives But like bit differently. Now because i'm not organizationally bound up in a way that wasn't a post on. Which has its pros and cons. I think And yeah and then. I'm currently On a on a novel and as well as just like writing things here and there as well. Wow okay you'll pretty busy. I'm surprised you were able to squeeze in. Bob not gonna lie okay. So let's stop from the beginning like us your third culture kid. I'm not sure if you refer to yourself as such but you've moved around quite a bit where were you born. And how many places have you called home. i think i like the time if they're culture kid. I think you know. It's like one of many second constellation of terminologies unlike phrases that we try to use to approximate some sense of our complex selves right. So i think it's a good one to add to the toolkit yes. I was born in perth In a very tiny afghan community that existed there. We want the first families that moved To perth specifically chain migration So my uncle was the very first And brought along and so they over the decades more and more afghans have gathered there But it's still very small community Especially compared to the you know western sydney And dandenong communities in melbourne and sydney on on the east coast which which are way So i think really early on developed to a strong kinda of like insular island mentality where you kind of acutely aware that you are in short supply in a place like And then and then. When i was For high school. Back when i was about twelve thirteen Moved to the states To kind of be closer to My mom's side of the family To yeah in in virginia as much bigger african community Suddenly i was kinda thrown into a very different a setup where like public school. Everyone's have kind of an. It was cool for different reasons. I mean and i definitely prefer it that way in the sense of like finally being around people and not having that like weird outsider Suddenly like you know in a place like this even though it's kind of still we're not like a major city elements just one of those places like that for for whatever reason A lot of immigrants of of from from afghanistan have gathered. you know It's kinda like michigan. Like loads of arabs in michigan list of somalis in minnesota united. It's like weird and not clear. Exactly why or how it happened. But like it's cool that happened We kind of formed their communities all around. And yeah and then. I came back to australia for a unique when i was eighteen. came back to melbourne so Did you need a couple of more years than building My kind of like artistic practice on a ride early practice. And then i move back to america two years ago You know what. I found interesting. Is i my family. We came here in ninety two so it was my sister and my mom and my youngest sister haven't been born yet so i grew up in melbourne a muslim school. But i always wondered if i had grown up around like other somalis because there weren't that many of us in melbourne at that time in the early nineties i was wondering we had been raised in london or in the us in minnesota. As you said up to the somalis minnesota. I was wondering what my life had been better. And so i ask that question to you because you sort of did touch on that With things a lot easier when you found other afghanistan. I mean it's complicated but i think in some degree in some ways for sure like just having that Legibility you know where it's like. My cousins dislike are everywhere but like at the same time the flip side of that is that you know it means that you know. My uncle's taxi drivers pretty much. Said like suddenly like level of surveillance right. Like if you're out walking around with friends during the mole suddenly like this auntie or that hunting sawyer Travels around like you know the grapevine how it is so so there better be people you get before you even reach your mom's got a few calls you like what the hell iowa and i'm walking around see you i swear to god as you need to make use of the on in let me god i pray that they denver figure that out because if they do they'll be too powerful powerful and its sell us out quick no shade. But i don't want to go there so So as we've said you've moved quite a bit and it sounds like you know there are pros and cons to being around community. Has this made you think differently about what community means. What belonging means other questions that you think about For sure fisher. I feel like so much of the dilemma of of course being third culture kid rise. You're constantly striving or Like trying to find that like alternate place of belonging or that like ritual practice or group of people you can finally breathe easy with but unfortunately like the hajr is about it is the there's no resolution there's ultimate final place final resting bites. You know where where everyone around you will will fully understand those parts of you feel that when i was in australia. I always felt like really weirded out that like people didn't quiet Like all this time.

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

06:24 min | 4 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Today. I'm speaking with the wonderful people. From way over their collective. I learned about them. I was just reminded of this idea of how people during lockdown have sort of gravitated to finding community and trying to build community. So i'm very excited for this conversation so as we get started guys. I'm please introduce yourselves to everyone. And just tell them a little bit about yourself. As an artist all creative My name is seoul. Am i pronouncing she her a little bit about myself as an artist I've kind of been a painter for a long time. and recently i've been getting more into performance art and Moso improv spoken word performance Yeah and it's been really enjoyable for me. I've been Really focusing on collaborating with other people who whose practice allied with mine and whose values aligned with mine and it's really worked for me In the last couple of years. So yeah i kind of Have been studying a finance degree and then took a couple of years off to have my baby and two years. Kind of rediscovered Yeah like trying to find my way back to that. Creative place Loss of making again. And yes in really an interesting journey and a good space to be in I'm jess Mine name medium. Practice is voters in words and just trying to storytelling. Different ways Actually the way sold an irish met a couple years ago Was i ran a exhibition just out of high school and just wanted to christ thing in the area and then just invited salts that be pot of by exhibitions so I guess mainly the last couple of years of doing raw producing and Yeah credit producing work as opposed to too much based work. Yeah trying to figure out allowed. That sounds good. It's beautiful january. Sounds like while which actually leads me to the next question. How did you guys meet. And how did the collective stott will actually jessen. I'm that on while ago. And this is kind of the link between me. And and i'm sure just as well and a lot of the other members of the collective We all kind of mouna earns separate journeys and with brought together. Loss jia I'm at jess through a documentation project Managua project that i started in two thousand sixteen and just was in one of the first iterations of It's kind of like an interview archive so just met. Just then and justice dillon high school and that was awesome. And we kinda started touch. And i was part of you. Know few exhibitions here and then just dude and Yeah just kind of have been collaborated since then as full the other members With all sort of lived and worked in this community with Mutual people mutual friends and mutual People who work in the arts in this community and Yeah we've kinda just heard of the work that each other does and have really lied to work and wanted to i. Guess connect and be put in touch face to face. Yeah what about you. just how. how did you find you connected with everyone. Yeah have pretty much just that just sort of Mutual paper weiner Office in the area and just sort of gasol in touch and saying you guys will have. This plan will doing projects which is meant to be In two thousand twenty before everything fell upon by We had a lot of plans individually and as a tool king and sort of getting to know each other we realized how well of it aligns together on how we would just such a stronger. Yes from be unit stronger together. as a collective could just some poorer communities together alien. Just get mural connection. And collaboration seventy more things happening in a shared space. Even nice. Absolutely talk about putting someone on like. I love this idea because it's like the community banding together like you said stronger together. And it's just so beautiful to see. Because i feel like in the community or at least like in the desperate community or you know people who've been displaced community. The sometimes a debate around us not supporting our own communities enough and so it's nice to see organizations like yours and collectors like yours coming together and kind of just doing the work which is beautiful and how did how did the name come about. I love that name was a funny thing. Is it's hard to figure out what you dame you'll baby. And she did a pretty well coming up with collective and just trying to think of something. We all lacked in represented us well But we really wanted to focus on something that wasn't true culprit sound. We wanted to have something that was really sounded like he was from the community in sounded like it was in l. Collective voices end. Yeah just i think before we met one day. Just what about what about you know waiting with pretty young and i just thought about the different through implications of this idea of being or And even for the way over there And just the different meanings else's people often marginalized from this society's pot of And also physically just being buried stint in the south east And always feeling like with sort separate from this main hub of. What's going on on city. Yeah really wanting to earn that. And i just want to relax that in what i just let that was quite funny Challenge punchy anyways.

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"What does it mean to belong. And how do we build a home away from home. Desperate blues is a show that contemplates what is and what could be joined bus. Stow and big wall every monday at two thirty on three cr community radio produced by us the spoarer blues acknowledges this show is presented on the sovereign lands of the working people of the kulin nation. We pay our respects to eldest past present and becoming as well as the owners of the land. You are hearing us from welcome back to another week of the s bora blues on three cr community. Radio my name's yan should. Why and my co host the fabulous big. What is in ghana. Still she'll be back shortly and we do miss her hips. We hope you had an amazing weekend. I know i did not do a law. I watched netflix's as you do and read a bit. And what else i get up to Let's about it. I think during the time of covid nineteen. There's not much to do other than staying alive. Which i'm doing a pretty good job of it. But last week series may an i had the absolute. I'm in the pleasure of chatting with tear lumumba But before we go any further. Maybe it's important to sort of let listeners know that this interview isn't about lumumba's fight to hold the afl and collingwood accountable. Also if that's what you're here for you might want to skip his episode. We decided instead to focus on conversations around joy community and culture because those are just as important. Don't get me wrong. The hardships should be noted and discussed. But we wanted to do something different for this episode. So the interview is in two portions so in the first segment. We chat with lumumba about his time in perth which i did not know about how he got started in football and connecting with the brazilian community in melbourne. And then later on we get into more meatier stuff. We hope you enjoyed this interview. Welcome to the spoarer blues. Lumumba thank you so much. this is This is being much anticipated on my end. So i'm looking forward to this. Conversation did. Did the feelings mutual so let us begin from the beginning. Which is your parents fry. So you'll farthest from the democratic republic of congo and your mother is from brazil growing up. We always aware of your parents. Rich history own those always wear the richness of the history. And i definitely didn't appreciate it.

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

06:42 min | 8 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Enough for both each you will. Maybe you're desperate makes you smile. And that's the spring tier step. What does it mean to belong. And how do we build a home away from home. Desperate blues is a show that contemplates what is and what could be joined bus. Stow and big wall. Every monday at two thirty on three cr community radio produced by close your tuned into diaspora blues. Welcome welcome is the thirtieth of november. Twenty twenty hello. Hey how was your trip. My goodness it was so so lovely. I went to our own country and it was gorgeous. Beautiful beautiful country beautiful food. I swam in rivers and just walked around with a dear friend of mine and it was just so refreshing in juvenile meeting and just feel revitalizing. Good was really really really beautiful. Yeah and what was the occasion to be with my friend. That is good enough reason to do that. Indeed lots of really nice wines. And there's a really lovely Gin distillery like out there and So he went and yeah just spontaneous things Late embed read Had coffee had look. What's and i don't know yeah. It was super chill. I wanna really nice. 'cause i have you on. I had big on instagram. So i was looking at her stories and he just looked so picturesque. Lucky you. i know weekend my was lovely. It wasn't as glorious as yours. Obviously but i took my cousins out to high point Shat ballooning bishara. If you're listening you're probably not because you should be at school but took them to high point and we went to pancake powler and then we went to times which is like a video arcade and we played some games but i completely forgot how stressful shopping mall saw like. There's just too many people too much noise. They loved me. I was like. I'm overwhelmed with everything with the people with the lights so i forgot what it's like to be overwhelming on this lane. I'm supposed it's back to its regular scene. it's back. Nobody's i mean i don't want say. No one was wearing a mosque inside the stolz. There are people in their whole remind you because obviously you wear a mask when you're inside so i have sometimes walked in a store completely forgetting to put on my mosque because i was outside so i've seen that happen. People being tapped on the shoulder. But it just seems like everyone's like everything's gone back to normal like nothing happened which is good 'cause you want people to be getting on with life. Bet takes precautions. Indeed i guess i was thinking also about how maybe Black folks take the same level of easing like that. I feel yeah. i don't feel like we. Yeah anyway so. I think about that a lot as well in who is able to guess. Bend and flip and yellow. Yeah i totally totally that. I'm not gonna lie. I really enjoyed. I don't want to say. I enjoy the lockdown. But i enjoyed being on the stray and then having the street to myself and then not seeing too many people and just you know right now. You know how it is when you're black. You just fill of surveillance. So i loved not feeling that way and just kind of walking around wherever i want. Walk around But now that everything's going back to normal. It's back to that anxiety of shopping while you're black eating while you're black all that is back on again so there's that but you're right you do make a good point about how some people it's just back to same old and for us. Same old isn't the best. i guess. It's a bit paradoxical away because there was that sense of peace and not sense of space for me. Also but there's also that sense of over policing even in that time and over yeah of black folks even then so it almost like just we just flip it Back and forth in a way because it was but at the same time you hear stories around you know. maybe it'll always hosni's folks Got a overwhelming number of fines during that period So yeah it. It's a lot right. It's it's it's that it's really. It's everything at the same time it is it coexisting in that way Certainly i'm glad really nice weekend. The weather was nice. And it's it's nice to be friends nice to be around family and just nice though to get out When you can and how you can absolutely so thankful very thankful But we have an amazing guest today. Who do we have big up. Ooh so exciting. 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"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"blues" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Makes you smile. And that's the spring t step. What does it mean to belong. And how do we build a home away from home. Does blues a show that contemplates. What is and what could be joined bus. Stow and big wall every monday at two thirty on three community radio produced by walk him. Walk him. You're listening to the laura blues on three cr community. Radio i am. We are back and as you can hear it. My friend fell. That happens when you're doing life. Show so apologies about that across from me. We have big well. Hello hello hello john. Hello everyone girl. It's so good to see you know we're back we're back with back. We're actually inside the studio way before we were doing everything from her. So producing editing. You name it all. That was done from home. Well a young was doing a may be using work so well On while to you doing hundred jobs while doing the bar blues. And maybe you can sort of tell us the new thing that you've been working on. That is very beautiful and everyone should hear about it. Oh yes so it's really interesting During this quite relentlessly re just been relentless unknown nece and us both some you know still trying to find where in new ways of working and You know in that time. I also experienced a lot of i guess freedom a lot of reclaim time a lot of key reclaimed creative energy and There there's been a project i've been thinking about for really long time kind of just fell on my lap in away And was like this. This is the thing And so i'm currently working on an afro diaspora publication and About a week or two weeks ago. I released the name. It's called dichotomy. Really really excited about it. It's conversations visual sounds Yeah really really really excited to launch the first edition which is in december. Yeah that's kind of a big thing. It's lots of work but really exciting. I'm looking forward to showcasing. Imagine oddest ones more establish just experiment just to just to give people the space just to yeah to be recognized and renumerated and celebrated. I think that's important because not only are you giving people a platform but you're also paying them and paying black people especially black woman. You have all sorts of people contributing to. It's really important that especially black woman get paid for the labor so that is nice. That's an amazing incentive. Absolutely why dichotomy. What did that name come from. Oh well I guess. I'm really interested in these supposedly different wills or different ways of being that. Don't that seen as not living together. Not working ticket. The not existing together on i think we you know black people. There's so much of us seen as Opposing and that con- exists. We have to choose aspects of cells of the aspects of ourselves that we we haven't experienced a too many or in this particular ones. That are only i guess acknowledged or realized or celebrated and i'm saying actually all those things matter and all those things a beautiful and tensions of beautiful the joys of beautiful and so i was really interested in the supposedly opposing things existing all in one time and space girl. See you even talking about it. There's a reason why you're the poet here. His you've sold me. I love. I love it so much and speaking of celebrations Today's the first day of nato quake and we just wanna yeah. Give shout out to everyone celebrating. Natick week usually. It's done in july but because of covid nineteen it's being yet pushed forward to november so today's the first day of nato quick as we said and today we're going to be playing music by first nation artists So quick announcement. We have two new members who will be yet contributing to the s bar blues real certain. Yeah one of them is maloka. She's interested in like social justice topic so be good to have her come on board and talk about data and then there's also flick who is interested in technology and yes surveillance online surveillance and all that so recited yeah. We're very excited to hear that. Kind of compensation and yes sir. Thanks to them for reaching out we can wait to share their stories with you And today we have an amazing guest coming into while colin loss. I was gonna come into the studio. That's not happening anytime soon. So we have george. Maxwell george is a tuesday breakfast presents her. She's also telephone support worker at wire. Women's information referral center. And she's coming in to talk about Coercive control and the bill to criminalise that some people might be reluctant to take it to call but before we do let them see assays. And we'll be back victoria. Legal service has launched a free information and advice phone service for people who have been stopped questioned find or charged.

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"blues" Discussed on The Bitter Southerner Podcast

The Bitter Southerner Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"blues" Discussed on The Bitter Southerner Podcast

"Here on this long and tedious journey. Yeah So a lot of folks Dan. You grew up with the church music and graduated into something that was had a lot in common with Fisher and that was the blue and like where did the blues start coming in on top of you in addition to the search music probably around age fourteen twelve hours? Studying THE BOOZE. I started always been aware of different genres amusing from country. Music reggae all way around and When I heard Blues I understood. It was something that was like a parallel to Gospel. Gospel and Blues gave birth to like all of these. But people don't know that I everything come from those two in Jay is awesome and so about twelve and I. I oughta still. My Dad always played different records and stuff around the house so yeah Oh Hank Williams Tracy Chapman Bob Marley The win if I if everything everything So I was getting in touch with the way her muddy waters and through muddy waters. He kind of made an link. Go off in my mind like the connection between the two. I'm it's so interesting that you say that because like out of all the you know the genuinely old blues greats is only one. I ever got to see really live. Yeah most people when they think about the blues whom they know the names Robert Johnson may know muddy waters. But they kind of think like it's an old art for you know and then everybody every now and then somebody comes along. Who reminds them that? It Ain't dead a bit. That is a living thing like you know Tim. Duffy who founded the Music Makers Relief Foundation? He said something to me like you know. He started that whole foundation after he went on this. Search to find this gator player that very few people had heard of but was allegedly like a wizard named guitar. Gabriel in North Carolina her. Well when tim found him he said Gabe told me that the blues is a spirit. It never dies. How how do you feel that spirit? I started looking at the history of blue specifically in Georgia so a lot of people look over Georgia impact on blue but the reason that a lot of people don't talk about is because a lot of the blue musician George had already passed before the rediscovered so in the twenties it was a big boom of Georgia. Blues Musician Columbia records recorded his first black blues musician in Atlanta guy named piglet how and then in the guy from Latvia Name Barbecue Bob Ryan Statesborough the host borough blew that all my brother got from Taj Mahal with Taj Mahal. Got From Blind Will Matteo who has from Statesboro the marina down in Columbus Georgia who the Arthur C C Radha who went on to be entrepreneurs so many people in Georgia that did so many things for blues but who are looking at up and finding out so I was born in Lagrange Georgia which is troop county and the county. I went to school in the Hogan's bill. George I found I Hogan Reverend there by the name of J M Gates. He was the first commercial re Reverend to record on record and recorded countless numbers of size and he told a guy named Thomas Dorsey who was originally a Blues Piano Player from Villa. Rica Georgia who went on to be the father of the Black Gospel. Music wrote the song fresh orange. And so once I start figuring all this stuff out and my grandma and Granddad and know about the people and I heard about the light so if that deep but we we normally get washed over a lot with the Mississippi guys I Chicago but is a wonderful rich history. Right here as you know. And that's so interesting because you know when you really dive into the different ways blues comes out in the South there meaning distinct style for sure no the Carolina. Piedmont is different from southwest Georgia. Which Is Different From Delta Blues in Mississippi? Which is different from the Hill Country Blues Farther? That's true so What Colorado time is emulating direct time piano.

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"blues" Discussed on The Bitter Southerner Podcast

The Bitter Southerner Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"blues" Discussed on The Bitter Southerner Podcast

"I got. Y'All see how that blue torches passed down walking. Blues was first performed by Robert Johnson of Mississippi in nineteen thirty six it was adapted by muddy waters in nineteen forty one and now John TVs will is has his own spin. I I met John Davis in April. Twenty nineteen at the word of South Festival in Tallahassee. Florida he came to perform on our bitter southerner stage at that festival and I was blown away because he just seamlessly channels the early Blues Greats and he rides new blue songs for his own generation. I had the great good fortune to get a performance from him at Georgia Public Broadcasting's Atlanta's studio and he says the Blues to him reminds him a lot of the Gospel music. He grew up with his kid away. When the Church has a Yankee and we will it wasn't contemporary all southern Black Baptist. Hurt so much. The tempo much time and much of the Phrase and the vocal phrase with the same so when I heard blues easy to translate over. I don't know if you could answer this next question. Exactly I try. But it'd be I'd be interested to know like is there one song from the Baptist Church that sticks with you lack of all the things that you sang in play grown-up in that church Gave you give me one? I play on the different as vocal so in Blues and Gospel Music. The music is secondary right. But it's the message so this is one of my grandmother and great grandmother and grandfather.

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"blues" Discussed on The Bitter Southerner Podcast

The Bitter Southerner Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"blues" Discussed on The Bitter Southerner Podcast

"That song called empty bed blues recorded in Nineteen Twenty Eight. So you know if you thought nobody's saying about sex on the radio until Prince. Well now you've learned something. That song by Bessie Smith should remind us of something much more important than the carnal pleasures of life. It reminds us of a truth that we should honor. Which is this in the Jim? Crow days of the American sow music was one of a very few activities that allowed our African American brothers and sisters the chance to feel freedom bessie genre. The Blues was her people's Music and the music that came the following morning in the church. Gospel was there to run away. He must have been and the drink houses. Ju- joints that were reserved for them. They could let loose on a Saturday night. Drink a little. Maybe even wound up doing a little of that good thing and on Sunday mornings in the chargers reserved for them. They could sing songs of praise to God. Powerful enough to dissolve all the shackles of their life in America. I love my head up above my head. That was the late great sister. Rosetta Tharp who was born in Nineteen. Fifteen in cotton. Plant Arkansas Bessie Smith and sister. Tharp who were respectively. The Mothers of Blues Gospel are in many ways. The mothers of all of America's music because every American musical form from jazz to country to rock and roll can trace its roots to the Blues and Gospel Music of African American in this episode. We pay tribute to that music. And we'll teach you just how wrong you are if you believe that. Music is archaic at best were did worse blues the dead. Oh Hell no later in this episode. You're going to hear from a fella named Tim Duffy. Who WITH HIS WIFE? Denise Twenty Five Years Ago founded a nonprofit called the music maker Relief Foundation to ensure that the Blues and Gospel and other all-time music with live on the night. I I met Tim Duffy. He told me that the blues could never die because the blues is a spirit to explain that spirit. I Wanna I reference a song that you've probably heard late muddy waters performing Willie Dixon's classic number. I'm your who she coochie man and listen closely to this one. I got a Black Ball. I got a Mojo. I got the time to talk with you. I'm GonNa make you guys leading. Then the world know who took so you just heard Mississippi Muddy Waters. Tell you that he's got a couple of things he's going to use to mess with you. A black cat bone and John Conquer Route..

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"blues" Discussed on Social Media Blues

Social Media Blues

14:40 min | 2 years ago

"blues" Discussed on Social Media Blues

"Hi this is social media blows. I am Elsa Feed Hyphen. I am your hostess. This is episode one so to start off our first episode. I wanted to talk about what Social Media Blues is. How I got the idea for it and of course Hawaii M and I also wanted to put things a little bit more in context by Tokiwa special relationship with Jack My history through the difference technologies that have evolved over the years that have been life so social media blues what visit on why I got the idea for this but cass last Saturday while I was sitting on my couch and the the reason why is because actually sometimes record myself talking about a topic that I'm struggling with it kind of helps me to just talk it out. Even if I'm the only one who's GonNA listen to it. Sometimes I never even listen to it again but just being able to recorded and and have a recruiter fit kind of helps me through it in that process started talking kind of in a podcast voice and as if I was addressing an audience and I started talking about social media am I skate in my case specifically. I have been struggling with social media for our fears. It's overwhelming thing it causes me a lot of anxiety but I'm also in a bit of a bind because I am not someone that can just walk away from it and and that is the point of this guest is to talk about our struggles or on social media on how to better manage them when you are a creative entrepreneur like me in a businessperson someone that can disconnect from social media mostly for business networking and artistic reasons so yeah that's the point of this podcast and I've been looking for other resources regarding this topic specifically for a while now ever since I opened my new business a professional translator an interpreter of been so for bowed out on my God Helen's nine years. I've been freelance translator and interpreter budge. I'm also a dancer. I'm a belly dancer. Sir and I recently been a dance studio an art events venue that was back in August and so I had to take a much more diligent approach to social media marketing it had to be much more consistent about it than I had been up to that appoint. I mostly use facebook and Instagram I don't really get her but maybe hopefully in the future. We'll be able to do it but for right now. That is mostly what I'm talking about in this podcast but I think it applies to most social media platforms so I started this new Studio Your Business and in the process I had to learn to manage social media marketing content. I was was seeing a coach the social media marketing coach who also offers services of being a social media content manager bud for take. I couldn't afford it at the time so I decided to. Just go for it myself. She provided consulting and definitely helped because it just is kind of painted a clearer picture of what I was supposed to be doing it kind of led me down this path of researching more more and reading more about it. It's not really something that you can just go ahead and do under own without much guidance. At least I can't. I don't have have the intuition for it so have to learn it in a more strategic way and I'll looking for be sources to help me understand it better but I'm never really found anything specifically addressing mental health or people who have personal individual issues with social media while also having to create social media marketing content. It's kind of a special aw bind that you can find yourself in and so when for example I local resources around mental health and social media. It's always this thing of all mental social. Media's is bad for you so walk away from it. This is how a walked away from social media from for nine months or whatever and that's not really realistic. If you're a creative entrepreneur or an artist or someone nudes network constantly so I wanted to to create a space so that I could talk about these issues specifically on what I've been doing to help me share it with other people. Hopefully we can connect over this and you can also share back to me what you think and make suggestions so we can all learn together so. I'm really excited about that looking forward to it so to provide a little a bit of context about Roy. Am I was born in nineteen eighty two in Puerto Rico which is where I live and this is where I'm recording this bing born in the eighties at the top of the means that you don't grow up on the Internet but you're young enough when the eventually the Internet becomes mainstream so that it still has an impact and reliable. Did this shape you the same way as the younger generations my dad always technology enthusiast so we had veto game consoles like Atari and Nintendos and home actually then intendo last video game console we had after that up popped up somewhere. I was like eight nine. I may be I'm not sure where this came from but it was there and we had floppy disks of the time they were floppy because they were like this big square things that were actually literally floppy. That's why they they were called There were a little bit thicker than a piece of paper well. Maybe that's an acceleration but there were about a steak as a car bore piece of cardboard so sorted them and then you had access to the specific program more up that you were trying to access my then. The comparison have really really any color just block why'd you were working mostly out of DOS. There was no operating system as such like windows at the time or maybe it was in the process of being born or maybe there's competitor was to all for its time but I remember those that we had and then there was a computer lab in my school. I don't remember learning anything at all except that there was something called old basic language which is a programming language that was in use at the time and all we ever did in computer clause just hang around and every now and then we would have to make Christmas tree bad consisted off topping out ten brains and a bunch debaucherous and then twin and enter type twenty print bunch fast raised enter thirty print and so on and so forth until did you have created the shape of a Christmas tree that you could then print out that loves it. I don't know to this day. What basic language actually did back then but that was the extent of my experience with it and then around. I don't remember exactly the year but I would step in thirteen or so and we got comfortable home now. Jose in high school ready regards computer the but also Internet back then viewed it. Maybe we use dialup connection for the Internet internet which means we were taken off the phone lines to use the Internet you dial it in time and make this weird noise and you're basically it created a lot of tension in the house when your mom nudity is phone and yeah that I was in that was it I used in mostly to go and chatroom stop people from other countries mostly the US. I got practice my English there which was Nice I'll look up music artists information some lyrics so that that I could understand what the actually they were saying because I could read English but it wasn't very good at understanding especially if it was song so I needed the extra help and I'll look up literature actually oh I would. I was always a bookworm. there were a bunch of things. I wanted to read budge way. Don't have a public library in Puerto Rico so I didn't really have access to that to that resource so I don. I couldn't afford to buy books so the Internet helped that S- and yeah that was it for several years then I didn't have my first cell phone. Taylor was and college. It was was actually house was it maybe two thousand four so because all the payphones were disappearing so my mom got me a cell. L. Phone flip phone of course and then out of flip phone up until about two thousand twelve. You can imagine that the iphone had been around for a while. I saw my first IPHONE out in Grad School. I was twenty eight. One of my classmates had an iphone one that was in two thousand nine and I remember you're being actually horrified by it. I remember seeing her just constantly checking it looking at it and talking about about how wonderful it it was and could do an all. I could think was Oh my God. I can't believe like you can be on all the time like anemia on facebook or I know that all the time that was horrifying to me other than moments in time and so it took me a long time to to to get one but eventually I did and I got it because when I started freelancing I needed to have access to my email all the time because that is how screwed up the freelancing world is and you have to somebody some client emails you about wrote a project. You have to be able to answer right away or you might lose the opportunity so that was my main motivation for getting a smartphone on. I got an iphone hyphen for my first one those back in two thousand twelve social media actually. I got on facebook in two thousand five. I was in an exchange program in France and this girl told me about it on I got on it and it seems really cool at the time I remember it was if I'm very organic. It didn't seem to break too much what had come before but it was revolutionary enough that it was interesting. It allowed me to stay in contact with people that I had met there and it was pretty manageable. I didn't feel like I had to be on it constantly. It was kind of like email it. It wasn't anything crazy and then I think with changes that they introduced the algorithm because he used is to be a linear Tomlin before but when they introduced the algorithm years ago they changed the whole setup of the thing how how many posted or who's post you saw what you saw before whatever else or I will time so just come changing the nature of how the content was delivered on. I think that's where kind of things got crazy because then people started using different strategies to try to gain the algorithm he eats. Maybe those strategies that have made everything so overwhelming on. I remember that I got an instagram aw I because of that.

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