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Fresh update on "baldwin" discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:59 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baldwin" discussed on Donna and Steve

"Bill the Eyelash Post Malone a sap, Rocky and J. Balvin or Baldwin, I'm Trudy. Oh, my gosh. Donna, Let's go see Chicago with the Erica Jane. If it's on Oh, my gosh, I her run! Maybe over God, you gotta catch up. But I would love to. Okay. All right, Bye. Don Bye tomorrow when we come back, John Mayer apologizes to a fan in the most awesome of ways will tell you about that and more in the beat up next my top 171. It's Jason, my buddy Chris Lindahl, a crystalline del real estate. When I hear people talking about why they haven't put their house on the market yet I hear two big reasons. First, they don't want folks walking through their house doing a ton of open houses, or they don't know where to move to. If this sounds like you that I have two words of advice guaranteed offer. My buddy Chris tells me that the real estate market is on the move. Whether is warming up interest rates. You're changing competition is growing..

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Fresh update on "baldwin" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:47 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baldwin" discussed on Morning Edition

"Now, though, there is an option for dogs. Star Pups Cafe. Here's how it started. Kaya Christina used to leave a bowl of water on her lawn for thirsty dogs. I started getting little note in my mailbox thing, like, Thank you so much Our dog appreciate so much when the pandemic started, Christina offered more dog biscuits. Beef liver bites a treat of the day. Kristina is not a morning person, but wakes every day at eight to stock the cafe in my dreams already. If I'm sleeping late, I can think Oh my God. Those dogs are out there looking at my house, and it's heartbreaking. Star Pops was a hit neighbors left more Thank you notes Pictures of happy dogs. Christina started an instagram page of those photos. They see each other on the instagram and like Then they'd meet each other in the street and introduce themselves and be like, Oh, I saw you on the instagram, and now they have walking partners. She's been surprised by the response. I didn't expect it to be so important to people and it is. It's not just the dogs, the people behind them. And the connection big made and those connections are important to her. Especially now and miss my parents. I missed my family. I so badly wanted to hug from somebody, and I was like, I don't know when the next time I'm going to get it is I think I personally have healed through this, too. Because of the feeling of like, okay, I have a community now. Ah, community of two different species. This afternoon, it all things considered how subprime loans wrecked a dream of homeownership in Southern California. Tell your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name thistles. NPR news. It's some 42 on KCRW. Today on press play, How the mothers of Martin Luther King Jr Malcolm X and James Baldwin influence their sons. This man loved his mom. Everybody who was close to him New Burgess and everybody who mattered to James Baldwin, he would have introduced to her by Madeleine brand. The women who shaped the ideas of the civil rights movement today at noon and seven on press play on KCRW. Oh, my mama. She's too big sig alerts to tell you about right now. This traffic report is brought to you by Thunderbird Masters and Global Affairs and management. Creative industries. One of them is coming in current county South found five. This is as you're headed into the Great five South found five at the Lebec curve. All lanes have been shut down for good four hours at this point. Due to crash involving a big rig. They're hoping to get some of that. Reopened by eight will keep you posted. Theseventies Sigler coming in l A county. This is South El Monte Eastbound 60. It's Santa Anita, right? Two lanes taken away there. Meanwhile, if you're trying to make your way through and see no West wanna want about Boa gotta crash clearing.

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Fresh "Baldwin" from Valentine In The Morning

Valentine In The Morning

00:47 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Baldwin" from Valentine In The Morning

"A crashing in downtown south outside of the one on one just passed a temple, and they're saying it's one car that's faces wrong way in the left lane and another car that sideways in the second lane from the left. So you're seeing a pretty solid backup already. If you're coming away from Melrose if he gets second that the traffic tip line is pound to 50 on your cell phone, key word, so count traffic. And I'll you know Monte the Baldwin Park area. Greg 10 Freeway eastbound side of your Approaching the 605. Caltrans workers getting ready to wrap up so you are going to see heavy delays at Pak Road, the westbound side, the tennis, punching up from Vincent over towards the 605 as well. And then on the south bound side of the four or five days before he gets the 22 in Orange County had reports of a crash. But they didn't tell us which lanes are blocked off. So if you see that the traffic tip line again, pound to 50 on your cell phone key word, so Cal traffic minor delays into coming up on that crash and then better up ahead. He's found the 22 a garden grove. Traffic avoided sponsored by in and out Burger, Get in and out will admit we're sticklers for a lot of things like maintaining the highest standards with our fresh ingredients, striving to do what's right by our customers and never, ever taking your loyalty for granted. Some may call US old fashion. We call it business as usual. Hollywood Headlines After two months in rehab, comedian John Mulaney has announced his first stand up shows.

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Fresh update on "baldwin" discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

00:38 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baldwin" discussed on Creatively Christian

"I'm gonna look at the trailer. I you know every so we did this so we did this. Proof of concept trailer in late twenty ten am. I'm giving you the really short version a couple years later. Stephen baldwin sees it really likes it decides. He wants to try to help us in some way Early the let was late. Twenty twelve early twenty thirteen. We have an in person meeting. And he's on board with trying to help find the funding. We didn't know he was going to act in it at the time. He didn't even know if he was gonna accidents. I just wanted to help them. Get it made great and yeah and and but even with stephen baldwin onboard it still took a number of meetings and two and a half years before there was full funding and it was even from somebody. He initially approached right. They approached multiple people him and his producing partner. John approach multiple people But it wasn't a slam dunk That's such good and critical lesson for those christian. Creatives out there to understand. This is not a quick process. This is a years long process obtaining production and then once you finally get wants. The money begins to flow. Then you're really just entering into pre-production point. Here's the really short version of the timeline. Two thousand nine. I connect with ramsey on social media. Twenty ten we do. Or i short and then later in the year proof of concept trailer. twenty twelve. It's on stephen baldwin's radar twenty thirteen. He's on board actively looking for money. Twenty fifteen at least. A portion of the money is verbally committed and then eventually twenty fifteen. The full amount was verbally committed. Part in the back. End of two thousand fifteen fully in the bank. Twenty sixteen so we have the full production budget that we thought it would be at the time in two thousand sixteen cameras are rolling middle of two thousand sixteen so this is like several months later. Cameras are rolling twenty. Shoot twenty twenty one. It released in.

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Fresh update on "baldwin" discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

01:52 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baldwin" discussed on Creatively Christian

"Welcome to creatively christian. Podcast by the media where we inspire inform and empower creative christians of all types. I'm one of your host brandon hollingsworth today on the podcast is christopher sean sean director of the new christian comedy church people he discusses the complexities of making a feature film especially one. That's christian everyone. This is brandon hollingsworth. Coming back with the creatively christian podcasts. Here at the often media. And i am super excited to have a wonderful guest on with me. Today is mr christian. Sean shaw how are you. Christopher how are you. I'm doing i'm doing good and i have a burning question right off the bat. I have to say christopher sean shaw every time there's no you don't all right good good just wanna clarify that s or you know you. Christopher that's fine. But i'm an old school coder so as soon as i think. Css i think i think style sheets cascading style sheets. I won't go there. I was gonna call you. Christopher okay and you can call me brandon or mud or whatever you like suspended on called me all right so i want to introduce you to everybody. All of our listeners and watchers out there. Out in the media creatively christian lamb so christopher sean shaw is award winning filmmaker and the owner of anchor productions. He held the currently released comedy. Church people starring thor ramsey featuring stephen baldwin william billy baldwin china phillips michael monks. Donald facing Joey fatone and more in a freelance film. Productions christopher helps businesses organizations and individuals increase their visibility with high quality and memorable video content consulting and coaching branding and social media strategies christopher. His family Reside currently northern california with their dog nuggets. His favorite daily tree is garaudy intents. Seventy percent ca cowl dark chocolate. That's a nugget great. That's christopher's is not nuggets favorite tree chocolates bad for pooches. I agree so welcome. Thank you very much. thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to be here. We're we're superstock and tell us a little bit If you would christopher about District kinda right off the bat. We're gonna wind with this as well but tell people a little bit about church people and where they can where they can find information about church people. I'm superstock. see the film. Well thank you so much It's getting great responses. Thankfully thank you. Jesus and So church people filmed dot com. Where you can find all kinds of details so we're going to be plugging that a lot of people film dot com There's a button there where you can reserve your spot to.

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"baldwin" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

03:26 min | Last week

"baldwin" Discussed on Throughline

"He reagan for black activists during this period was as bad if not worse than george wallace and they were calling him. The redeemer and chief. This was the man who who who led the hunt. You know that destroyed the black panther party. This was the man who put angela davis in effect on the fbi. Want it list. This was the man who despise the poor in california as baldwin. Put it he was he. He became the avatar of all of those who rejected and resisted the great society and civil rights movement and the country elected him. This b list. Hollywood actor t was the latest fantasy. Sounds like an echo. We live in a moment similarly so baldwin in that moment said the country had turned its back on it on the possibility of being otherwise and so he had to figure out how to pick up the pieces..

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How a Family of Daisy Relatives Became the Silversword Alliance

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:55 min | Last week

How a Family of Daisy Relatives Became the Silversword Alliance

"I was just handling embryos relatives. The silver sword right before you cooked in here. That's awesome up. Yeah we're growing up a lot of california tara weeds right now. I you know mixed study very cool. In gel culture or caesar disturbed just see germination. But sometimes you need to be coaxed. Out of their seeds yet has done with sections under dissecting scope pretty small and you have to get all the memories off around them to get you know all of the cowesett or whatever away from them. That's when preventing them from germany and some dormancy and some of them. I was just gonna say they have some pretty big preventative. Measures there. then Yeah you know. It's a mediterranean climate. in pretty. You know they have some significant accused that they need to notify. Germinate right on right So yeah you you you you ready. Sure okay dr bruce baldwin. It is an honor to have you on the podcast. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Yeah thanks a lot. I really appreciate being on your show. Yeah so i'm a professor. Integrative biology at berkeley and curator the jackson barium here which is a museum focused on the california flora in particular the native and naturalized flora. I also have interests in the hawaiian flora primarily focused around those lineages that have a western north american origin originally so yeah it all ties together even though it might seem a little strange repel foreign. Hawaiian focused exciting. Yeah and i've been doing this since. Nineteen eighty five since i started. My phd davis. I've been really fortunate to be able to continue working on the floor sticks and plant evolution for all this

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Creating Your Environment With Aromatherapy

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Creating Your Environment With Aromatherapy

"Today. We're excited to talk to jay baldwin about creating your environment with aromatherapy jade. Thank you so much for being here with us today. Thank you any ongoing very privileged to be here so the first question i want to ask about this topic is i think one that a lot of people have and that is what is aromatherapy. Where does it come from. I still well any Aromatherapy is a modern name for a practice that has been around. For a long time it's basically using aromatic compounds such as essential oils from plants. It's been used by humans. For thousands of years the essential oils are the steeled and cold press aromatic compounds found in the leaves. The flower grind and bach of the plants as different plants produce different types of essential oils. As what's we learn. What each one does we can use it for. Whatever it is that we need. So the ancient civilizations such as greece rome china arabian in-depth of used aromatherapy and religious ceremonies and rituals. We can even find a examples of aromatherapy in the bible. Who's well. I'll give you an example. Actually the babylonians and the assyrians that would then frankencense during their religious ceremonies because the warming aroma of the oils of So that's what they use for me. Any i'm vietnamese of heritage. No when i was growing up. I didn't realize that my family did aromatherapy until thought about forbid. My mom used to boil up gross and eucalyptus leaves in sixers ryan's in a pot and then made me smell the steam and it was for me growing up in australia but it really helped.

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Covid vaccine comes just in time for wedding and prom season

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Covid vaccine comes just in time for wedding and prom season

"Are blue out there. We've got a nice spring breeze. The flowers are blooming the Paul in his back yet for sure. That's how you know it's wedding in prom season. Well, there's just one problem. We're in a pandemic that Kristina's and handover manager Debra Baldwin says. This is the second season. The stories had to work through fitting people for a celebration when we're not supposed to touch each other, But with more people getting vaccinated for the first time in a year, there's hope where Close contact business and, you know, we get up close and personal. You know with these ladies, you know, so everybody has to be careful and we just have to continue, you know, doing what we need to do until Till everybody's healthy and safe again. I asked her if she was prepared for the platoon of brides preparing to land upon her shore. She says that her store alone 500 brides have postponed and the last year She says yes.

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How Pete Davidson Tricked Alec Baldwin Into Losing 100 Pounds

Z Morning Zoo

01:04 min | Last month

How Pete Davidson Tricked Alec Baldwin Into Losing 100 Pounds

"Jimmy Fallon, and they were talking about Alec Baldwin, who did his whole trip. As you know, President Trump when he was on for a while, and he was on every week and all that. And so they were talking about how Alec Baldwin had lost a lot of weight recently and Pete Davidson took credit for and said it was all because of a lie that I told them on set and Alec was hosting. And it was a sketch where I had to be shirtless and like I'm a little bit cut or whatever. So he came up to me. And he was like, what do you do? And I don't want to be rude and say like I'm not in my mid 15. I just wake up like that. So to make him feel better. I was like, Oh, man, I do 100 push ups. 100 set ups every day. And he was like got it on. Then I would see him every week and we would write the law would be like 100 a day. And he started to do it and he lost like £100. Yeah, he looks fantastic. He's and it says it's all things like to begin with. 100 Day got it. TV lined up for tonight. There's a new shows on kung

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What Knicks trade for Lonzo Ball could look like

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:01 min | Last month

What Knicks trade for Lonzo Ball could look like

"To the pelicans new orleans lonzo ball love him or leave him leave him. I think a lot of return for lonzo ball. And i i gotta tell you. I'm really impressed with all the talk. We've been having about lamelo ball lonzo. Ball's men baldwin him shooting the ball well from the three point line. He's not really playing. His position stands got him sort of three indeed settings threes. Chris i on your. I can pick and roll like okay. Zion's carmelo no lonzo ball is the karl malone and john stockton karl malone what the hell down world but it works. It works the upside down any can defend. Yeah leave him. Yeah that's what i think. He fits with the knicks. Because we talked about you talk about random about how well you know how hard air coats and commitment to the defense side of all you have to get a certain type of store star in new york. He's a guy that won't be afraid of coming in and do a little hard working in committing to both sides of the ball quickly which you know. Obviously well his dad prophesized already. He prophesied before but now we just gotta deal with him stats next.

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Alec Baldwin Tweets About Gillian Anderson's Accent

Ringer Dish

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Alec Baldwin Tweets About Gillian Anderson's Accent

"Gillian anderson accepted her award and she was was on the crown. And you know she's on sex education british shows and she started talking with an american accent while she was accepting her golden globe for best supporting actress and people. Were like whoa in american accent going anderson born chicago. Her family lived in london for ten years and then she moved to michigan and she she went to school chicago but like people like did not know that she had american roots. So you know people were just people like to talk about stuff on twitter. They were like whoa doing anderson. Not british thought you whatever not a big deal. Enter alec baldwin was like accent discourse. I'm sorry as a fake accent. Seems like it's relevant to my family lately and he tweeted out. A cnn. Story called gillian. Anderson's american accent throw some people off and he said switching accents that sounds fascinating which alec. She is not pretending to be british. She plays a lot of british roles. She list yeah actress. Enter into that conversation willingly. It's a great question. It's a great question and so it turns out that has a lot of stands from her ex filed days and her sex education role which has a lot of devoted fans and so they immediately bullied alec baldwin quitter. He deleted his account and balance has been restored so universe. That's again to that story.

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Interesting If True: Give 'Em The Goat!

Interesting If True

07:40 min | 2 months ago

Interesting If True: Give 'Em The Goat!

"Well. Today we're going to feature a pig in a couple of jack asses you and me sadly this week show is one jack short. So in steve. Stead give you a fantastic tale of a canadian war donkey. Sergeant bill billy goat. He's done a donkey. He's a goat that's true. That's true those animals are not related but that joke necessitated me not knowing that out. I didn't know a word of war donkey was a thing. i guess. That's what this brings us to the i. It turns out that goats and donkeys lake together are the next two animals that are most popular as mascots after dogs and cats like military brands. And things like that okay. Cool actually i. i read recently. Something about donkeys goats goats donkeys goats being like the next fully domesticated house animals. Dogs were like that's been theorized. I don't mind goats that much but they are less cuddly. they've got horns and hooves heightens if your wife got her hands on a pygmy goat. It would be living in sleeping in bed with you and you know it awesome awesome. I sure i'm glad we don't know anybody who has a of goats and jim through glad. I don't know the code to get into your house to leave all those bunches of go. So our story begins in august of nineteen fourteen. Which for those interested started on. Thursday for greg and a wednesday for julian saw charlie chaplin's debut film making a living and that kerfluffle europe was having was picking up steam. I love your many history lessons kind of one of my favorite thing. They're they're they're good. That's important stuff to know. Don't you know and that brings us to broadview a small town in saskatchewan with a goat. Was anyone living in canada. Nineteen fourteen other than this guy with a goat. Yeah there were. All dave was a weird weird. Oh yeah i know david. He's a good guy. I met him down morton. Timmy's he's a buddy friend. Hoya on august twenty third. The soldiers of the freshly formed. V western cavalry expeditionary force had stopped in broadview to pick up some recruits. Wow queuing for the train spotted a girl with a goat. her name was also dave evans. Also dave develop. It's a nice day and wanting it for good luck charm and also because it was nineteen fourteen and you could just take stuff from people. They took the goat from young deasy. Kerr wayne to make it their mascot. They just they said sewri a ton a ton but they still took her took her so sorry. So this is art goto. Yes sorry. Dave oh so. Sorry so sorry. Davis zarko sources all agree. That daisy agreed. Soldiers could have it but there's never any mention of payment or how a group of soldiers from nineteen fourteen demanding a little girl give or pet to the war effort might have influenced her willingness to part with billy. Frankly i find it all suspect. I'm pretty sure some dude stole. They stole it from a little girl. I'm pretty sure they very politely stole ago. Do you think during the war. They'd like they'd like have a really easy missionary. Like god that was like stealing from a little girl right and then with the advent of candy after yield got over being terrible pre stealing candy from babies it was stealing goats from girls So so private. Bill was now properly conscripted. He lived in trained with the fifth in canada and their base. In england they pay for bill to cross the pond. They flew across the pond. Yeah yeah okay which was apparently quite some doing because when we get to the other goat like the british weren't big fans of foreign goats. I didn't. I would have thought so one of those things you don't think about but apparently it was a big deal so the fifth would soon be deployed to the front and i guess no mascots were allowed in the trenches just as like a general rule to the goat is something. They're gonna aim for all around the goat operation. Mutton went well the sheep but whatever so as you can imagine. This didn't set well. With the boys. The fifth who like many other regiments and both world wars found a creative way to endanger the life of their dear animal. Caban gosh do. They put him in a trench coat. Dress them up like a like a general. Like talk to general billy that way he will die. There was some officer related headbutting. We'll get into so according to sergeant herald baldwin author of holding the line quote. We cannot part with billy. The boys argued that we could easily get another colonel but it was too far to the rocky mountains to get another goat. I love that all right. all right. you can't fault as lodge racks tracks. The difficulty was continuing the quote. The difficulty was solved by buying a huge creative oranges from a woman who was doing brisk trade with the boys. I assume that doesn't mean she's a whore but she might be an orange for. Two-horse consists of bricks brisk trade. She was throwing oranges or briskly trading and tundra a continuing. The oranges sold like hotcakes. And in a jiffy. The orange box was converted into a creighton billy with shanghaied into the crate and smuggled aboard the trade. God that poor go-to person was stolen from a bomb. A tiny little girl that it was forced to train in battle and then it was stuffed in a box and then they put it in a box on a train and sent it to world war. One this is a tragic story. Eric why are you bringing such tragedy. This is this is just to say this is not having a great day so there you go now. You're a goat and just like a certain young naive aristocrat from famous askari. You're lost in a world wind of action intriguing warm beer. At least there's beer. Which apparently the soldiers beer rations and paperwork were apparently his favorite foods. All right at least. He got his paper foods. Yeah right like that could have been a lot worse and bill. You know you would go on to have a distinguished career for a goat. Are i mean you know more seriously. Though at this to sound a goat mix. I believe will. Apparently the british called it wires. Bill was found in a shell crater standing over a wounded russian soldier despite having his own shrapnel wounds guard goat guards you. Wow i what how would you feel oppression soldier waking up to a goat standing over your body protecting you in a shell crater. Lucky to be waking up yeah. I don't know what i would do. I would worship goats. I would worship right. I felt like i was trying to take an. It's gotta be warmer under the goat than it is under fire as yes later in the second battle of apis oh private. Bill stood his ground with brave canadian soldiers. Now famous for not retreating from germany's first major deployment of poison gas and despite what should have been a goat ending toxic cloud. He was found the next day no worse for wear like went on tin helmet or something like that some around ten helmet using their their orders. Then yeah that's right off orders. Just he really must have got their goat. Sheep goat for his steadfast valor. He was promoted officially to the rank of sergeant and february of nineteen fifteen at nouveau chappel. So that's nice. it's a good one. I feel like a for a goat. That's a good

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Hilaria and Alec Baldwin welcome new baby

Jason and Alexis

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin welcome new baby

"My talk, Listen and learn. It's another baby for the Baldwins. Alec and Hilaria Baldwin announced the new edition via Instagrammed yesterday morning. The photo shows Hill Area along with her and Alex other Children with the caption seven. With a red heart. Emoji Hilaria gave birth to their son, Eduardo, in September of 2020. The details about the baby have not been shared. It's unclear if the baby was adopted her born via

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Hilaria and Alec Baldwin welcome new baby

Mojo In The Morning

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin welcome new baby

"Baldwin and alec baldwin secretly welcomed their sixth child together just five months after she gave birth to their son edward. Oh larry larrea posted a photo of herself holding the newborn with her five other kids around her on instagram. Yesterday she captioned the family photo. Seven with a little red heart emoji. The seventh would be alex daughter with kim or ireland baldwin.

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Hilaria and Alec Baldwin welcome sixth child

Bob Sirott

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin welcome sixth child

"Eddie Murphy's has got 10 kids s O. The Baldwins now just had their sixth child. So they still have a ways to go to catch up with Eddie Murphy, but Hilaria Baldwin and Alec Baldwin have their sixth child. Everybody's doing fine with that. The guess the the interesting part of this is that she just had a baby like seven months ago. S o. You know, they're cranking them out like crazy in that Baldwin family

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Harry and Meghan Are Begged to Delay Oprah Broadcast While Prince Philip Is Gravely Ill

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:53 min | 2 months ago

Harry and Meghan Are Begged to Delay Oprah Broadcast While Prince Philip Is Gravely Ill

"The united kingdom. The uk is begging harry and beckoned to postpone the oprah interview as his ninety nine year. Old grandpa is still in hospital. So let me explain prince philip. That's the queen's husband. He's ninety nine years old. He's been in hospital now for a few days. He's being transported to a different hospital in london. That's not a good sign. All of this comes. Of course leading up to harry a meghan. Big towel with oprah. That's going to add on sunday night. God forbid anything happens to philip. We should be realistic here. Without being doom and gloom. He's nineteen nine years old. he's in hospital. We know we know so. Should they postpone. What do you think mistake. They're in a tricky position. Well you know. I love television so first of all. This interview is happening with oprah and it set to air on cbs. This sunday march seven. Now originally it was ninety minutes long. But it's so juicy so good that the network extended it to two hours which means when they have commercials on it. Those thirty second. Ads can cost two hundred thousand charlotte. So there's money on the line here and it's like you said it's tricky prince. Philip makes it through sunday and they allow the show to air and they go back to london. Of course people are going to be incense that they gave this interview. We know we've been teased. That megan is asked if she has been silent about here experience with the royal family or has been silenced. This and there's no holds barred so people are actually asking fans on twitter and social media are seeing to please. Cbs postpone it. But like i said it's all about the money so it's a very very very tricky subject. It isn't it and also we've worked in tv misty. So we know the hosts the people the guests on the show them no power. It's the network that decides even harry and meghan decided that they'd made a mistake. Want to postpone it for a little bit. They've got no say in that. Cbs has scheduled this. That'd be a two hour hole in the schedule more importantly. Cbs would have to give all the advertising money back. Because they're charging a higher rate to advertise on the meghan. And harry and oprah show then they would on the regular show that as their on sunday night oprah has been teasing this gayle king. Her best friend has said. It's the best interview. Oprah has ever done oprah said to meghan. You've said some pretty shocking things here. I don't know with oprah's overplaying this normally. She doesn't or if this is going to be as explosive as we think it is just such a bad time for

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interview With Caleb Azumah Nelson

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

06:06 min | 2 months ago

interview With Caleb Azumah Nelson

"Kayla. Thanks so much for joining me. I know that you have huge demands on your time because your book has just exploded. Hasn't it yeah. I've been kind of astounded by iolanthe disapora in jeopardy seeing everywhere. I think it's you know. I was a little bit worried about coming out in the lockdown and it just i haven't had to have that worry at the moment it just feels like the supposed be really overwhelming and really. I'm really grateful now. I introduced you as a photographer and writer d. You now think that that's switched. Are you a writer. Perhaps with the bisa photography feel like. I've always been a writer. I and i think photography is has been another medium in which i can communicate and express like i've been writing since i can remember likelihood you're like four or five years old scribbler. Like really terrible. Shoot stories have l-. I think the the medium of photography really allows a visual element to come into my work and very much comes through in this book open water. There's a lot about you feel the sort of the poetry the visual the creativity. I mean those are major themes aren't they about about creativity. I think the the the starting point or for any saw them. Artistic expression is feeling and emotion. And then it's working is working from that once have the feeding emotion. I'm trying to express define the best medium for in this case. It was writing but the but the writing contained these elements. Are these references to music can to to visual artists than film which took the narrative elsewhere afforded a different dimension. I i. I would have been possible if i just like kind of ryan straight pros and of course if the two characters one is a dancer. One is a photographer like you. That will so you to kind of explore all of those teams much more than living it. Yeah there's i guess there's a I guess everyone has their that. Point is expression even if is like a professional level epic. Everyone is has something that they do to express themselves in. It was important for me to to have the these law autistic expressions index the title itself. Open water for me. It feels like you're talking about freedom there but you will set talking about the dangers that can lurk in a water. Yeah it some there. Was this idea of justice. Like real ruled in almost infinite freedom. You know when you you'll standing on a beach yukon see where who had the see and like the that kind of idea but not knowing what does look like what. Dangers are present in our in our every day. I think it was important for me to have these Protagonists to have. Like the kind of fullness wholeness like range in which they good light just be in. Just have this freedom by. I wanted to comment on what happens when you find that. Freedom interrupted without giving any of the plus away at this point. Yeah a lot of this is told through dialogue. Which i know is fiendishly difficult to achieve and then at one point you sort of depart from the traditional writing style the whole kind of you say she says tell me about that. Change of structure the About giving too much away the bat point in the story. The narrative has been a bill and bill bill and then reached this kind of the apex this peak in which the image i had to switch the structure slightly so that it was hughley the protagonist kind of like spilling in a way like it was. It's like feeling a competent. And the woods at that point had just spilled over and that's what began to emerge and not not lots of the narrative using the this second person who almost away fruit was really important for me to create this kind of very intimate as very intimate narrative in which the reader can beat by the burford. An audience member nossa the protagonists themselves at an. Did you write it like that from the start or were you fiddling about with with that structure. That was really attention from the beginning. I think i'm always wondering a novel could be like. I'm always astounded by different nobles. Come across the us. Full more structured as a narrative device that this would only serve to push an artist the book has described as absolutely nailing the black experience the london black experience when you were growing up with their books for you that spoke to that or are we only now. Seeing the emergence of of works that will speak to the next generation. Yeah i think when i was when i was growing up his voracious reader like i would just read anything i can get my hands on but there were specific which was speaking to that black british experience. Like our say. The mallory blackman might really An kind of like primary and early teen years and then later on as eighty smith but it was a real struggle to to kind of find tips. The the like i instantly recognized i could. I could understand kind of relate to to various fictional works especially from the over. The pond said like james baldwin and tony morrison writes slide. Those are really integral to save my reading and writing growing up the yet only the kind of feels like now. There's a slight pushing the direction in which the narratives that haven't been beginning to be by fitness way to

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"Be sure you never miss a story subscribed to the selected shorts podcast. And when you do, you'll get episodes of the spinoff podcast selected shorts too hot for radio. All you need do is search for both shows on iTunes and hit subscribe. We have one final piece on today's show celebrating James Baldwin, and it's taken from his work about family, religion and adolescence. Go tell it on the mountain. Though this is a novel Go tell it on the mountain presents the inner monologues of the churchgoing Grimes family as a kaleidoscopic Syria's of short stories. In the section we're about to hear Baldwin considers the false promises of the great migration entering the mind of the Grimes family matriarch. The reader is the always sublime Charlene would, er He had always seemed to Florence, the oldest woman in the world. Where she often spoke of Florence and Gabriel as the Children of her old age. And she'd been born innumerable years ago. During slavery on a plantation in another state. On this plantation. She had grown up one of the field workers for she was very tall and strong and buying by she had married and raised Children. All of whom had been taken from her. One by sickness

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Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her

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01:33 min | 3 months ago

Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her

"Salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing.

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Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal

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02:42 min | 3 months ago

Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal

"It has been too long since we've talked about hilaria baldwin aka fake spanish. Mom married to alec baldwin. Really i stand by being being my favorite pop. Culture story of twenty twenty just brought me so much joy now. I am so shocked. That salma hayek actually commented on this. So salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing. Well first off. I had to say she is really right about spanish. People being cool. I wish i had been born as a spanish person. I love spain. Really i mean again. I'm like choose only been to like three cities in spain now. That sounds obnoxious. I was gonna make well. I'm that but she's only been like barcelona and then i'm like wait. I've been to madrid and sons. Boss john too. I can't just. I just i've been a visa to fuck i sound. I sound awful okay. I love spain period. If i ever do get married. Or if i just throw myself and elaborate party which i am prone to do It will be in spain. Everyone likes talk about italy in a little italy leading. No spain where it's for me. It's my favorite country. So bottom line. Salma hayek is right spanish people or coal period

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"baldwin" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"baldwin" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Existential question. About who you take yourself be. The artist. No matter. How far. Is, by definition. A RELIGIOUS MATT Believing. That we can engage. And try and it. All God's. Up to us the work of human being. To make the world more human. We travel and we move around the surfaces. Are because we're afraid of what's in the dark Selah. We don't WanNa look the terror squarely in the face. But know America's like never never land. You know. We all want to be lost boys and girls where we don't want to be responsible or accountable. We rather be safe and secure in our innocence. What are the things most fixed? This country? Is it why people don't know who they are where they come from? That's why you think I'm a problem. I am not the problem you're history is. and. As long as you pretend, you don't know your history. You're going to be the prisoner of it, and you know it's that moment in Baldwin's define ext time where he says people either don't know or they don't want to admit in effect what's happened to thousands of thousands of their countrymen and he said you can't be innocent in.

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"baldwin" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Throughline

"Capital One NA member FDIC. On. facebook. There are these three brothers who love guns said guns are over-regulated. Say the NRA is too quick to compromise and they're gaining more followers every day they're very in your face offensive and by God I, love him for it. Listen now to the no compromise podcast from NPR. Part one confronting the LAI. I started reading Baldwin seriously in Graduate School. I fell in love with the sound of his voice the power of his ten. His courage the way he queered politics. How he inhabited his own. misfit. NECE. The way in which he balanced his rage and love. This is Eddie glad on the chair of the Department of Afro American Studies at Princeton. The author of Begin, again James, Baldwin's America, and it's urgent lessons for our own in two thousand eighteen. Any was starting to write that book about Baldwin, but he was struggling. So he went to Heidelberg Germany on a fellowship to try and figure it out. I've been thinking I was gonNA write his intellectual biography of Baldwin. And I was having trouble The archives weren't aren't yielding what I hope they would yield I'm in Heidelberg. I experienced this horrible scene. He just arrived at the train station when he saw something disturbingly familiar. Here's how he describes it in his book. As we entered the station I heard screaming. People in front of stood still and stared at some kind of commotion. followed. There is four policemen were piled on a black man. When officer had his knee in the man's back? Twisted his arms. His pants were halfway down his legs. Bare was exposed. The police pressed his head down into the concrete as if they were trying to leave the imprint of a leash bear. With each attempt to cuffing the man, let out a blood curdling scream. All eyes were on him as the crowd stood by and watched intently. Like spectators at a soccer game without any real attachment to the teens plane. I watched them as they watched the police and the black men. Their faces revealed nothing. It were inscrutable at least to me. I had not been in Heidelberg for two hours and police had a black bands face press down on the concrete with Nina's back. Intensity of that scene snap things into focus for. He wasn't going to write an intellectual history of James Baldwin as he had originally planned he was going to try and write with. Bald. To, try to put him in a deeper more philosophical context and understand what is work offers us. In, our world. He. Went back to his room and the words just started pouring out. and. To do it, he had to call back to when he started reading James Baldwin more than thirty years earlier. And I knew that when I started reading them in graduate school that he was going to happen me deal with my own TRAUMAS, my own wound spy on pains and I didn't have a philosophical language for that. Then he would in effect open me up. And that I would have to deal with the fact. Disturbing fact in some ways that I am in remain vulnerable little boy. But in order for me to say anything substantive about the.

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"baldwin" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Throughline

"Seems to cut through time and space. It also shows how ideas reemerge and times when they see most needed and actually that's something we talk about a lot when we develop episodes, historical figures and their ideas. They inspire US challenge assumptions and sometimes push us to ask questions. We might not otherwise have asked. So what we're going to do is bring you with us to the conversations we have with historians and writers about historical figures and their philosophies. It's going to be a new occasional series and experiment what we're going to trip into the history of an idea or a person that's urgent and final to understanding our world. And what better way to start. Then to look at the philosophy of James Baldwin, a writer who used the power of his words to confront in order to connect something, we can relate to today. Baldwin was an insightful commentator on the identity American democracy and racism. He saw something deep and ugly and stubborn in American culture and he never hesitated to call it by its name to bear witness regardless of what it cost him. Baldwin was a black man he was gay and he was active from the nineteen forties to his death in nineteen eighty-seven. He still considered one of the greatest American writers of the Twentieth Century. Historian is amazing but that isn't what we're going to focus on in this episode. We're GonNa meet someone who spent his career diving into the meaning and.

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"baldwin" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

07:16 min | 11 months ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"And its biographer he reported criticized made beautiful analyzed, cajoled Lira sized, attacked sang made us think made us better made us consciously human, or perhaps more acidly, pre human, and also in the words of Tony Morrison, addressing the late Baldwin is Jimmy quote in your hands language was handsome again and your hands. We saw how it was meant to be neither bloodless, nor bloody and yet alive. It should surprise no one who knows anything about Toni, Morrison. That trip to Baldwin from the funeral is beautiful, and I highly encourage reading it during his lifetime. James Baldwin wrote twenty two books including six novels. He was a member of the national advisory. Board of the Congress on racial equality, as well as being a member of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. The Authors League the international pen, the drama `Test Guild the Actors Studio and the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy. He also hoped that his home. Home in France would be turned into a writer's colony after his death, but it was eventually sold to developers and torn down, Baldwin had been a bestseller during his career, especially during the prolific nineteen sixties, but by the end of his life he was not as widely read that started to change as we said at the top of show with the rise of the black lives matter movement and the many connections between the movement and Baldwin's ideas and writings decades earlier. In the last few years, there's also been a film adaptation of his novel. If beale street could talk came out in two thousand, eighteen, as well as the Award Winning Twenty Sixteen documentary called not your Negro as we said at the top of the show Baldwin's work is frequently part of anti-racism courses and reading lists, so we thought we end with just a couple of quotes quickly from that work one is from the end of the fire next time quote everything now we must assume as in our hands. We have no right to assume otherwise, if we and now I mean the relatively conscious whites and the relatively conscious blacks. Like lovers insist on or create the consciousness of the others do not falter in our duty. Now we may be able handful that we are to end the racial nightmare. achieve our country and change the history of the world. If we do not now dare everything, the fulfillment of that prophecy recreated from the Bible in a song by a slave is upon us. God gave no other Rainbow Sign. No more water the fire next time. The other quote is from an interview that he gave in nineteen seventy, where he said I'm optimistic about the future, but not about the future of this civilization. I'm optimistic about the civilization which will replace this one. And, that is James Baldwin. I talked to to various friends I was trying to figure out what I needed to work on next. And in every case when I said I, think James Baldwin. The answer was like obviously, yes. So yeah, I I. Hope I have done his life and work justice today. which also like to cover some listener meal? I have a solicitor mail from Jackie. It goes back to our bureau of Home Economics podcast and Jackie says good afternoon Holly and Tracy thank you so much for the wonderful podcast I find the podcast early on last year and was sucked immediately, always excited when episode coincides with something or some place. I've experienced. I'm a school counselor for Private School in Florida, this morning as listened to the podcast about the bureau of Home Economics I. Realized I can finally share something with you at. At my school, we still offer family consumer sciences, one and two I've been in a few a few school districts in Florida, and this is the first school I've been at with this particular program family consumer science one is for incoming freshmen, and throughout the year learn about child development so in cooking, nutrition and meal planning so ing normally coincides with fall in the students learn to so Pajama Bottoms. It is amusing before and after school to see the girls wear their brightly colored Pajama bottoms under their school uniforms to keep warm. I guess the next year they will include facemask patterns family consumer science to Virginia's and seniors, and takes an approach to prepare them for going away to college. One semester is focused on health nutrition, and of course food. The other semester focuses on management of personal finances. These classes are two of the most popular electives that we offer and typically have a wait list. Boys and girls love this course and the faculty enjoys getting to sample. The goodies made. Also thank you for your work on the Rosewood incident and the six impossible episodes as a school counselor, every spring I walk students through the application of the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship a scholarship award for students who decide to attend a higher education institution in the state. One of the questions on the application is. Are you a descendant of a family member that was affected by the Rosewood incident. Incident in Florida during the nineteen twenties so many times students ask what it is and councillors including myself gloss over it up until your episode I knew it was something terrible, but didn't know the details now when asked about it, I tell students and they get a look of disbelief that something like that happened in their state with summit foster great conversations about how little Florida history they know. Jackie goes on to talk about being really delighted to learn that. Frankie Manning was born in Jacksonville and says thank you for your research. I listened to the podcast to in from work or wherever else I'm traveling, you have made the ride more pleasurable and less lonely. Thank you so much Jackie. Wow, I kind of wish I had a class specifically about like the finances part. What I actually had when I went off to college this book there were two of them. One was called. Where's mom? When now that I need her? Where's Dad now? That I need him? which you know is unnecessarily gender away, but the like the mom one talked about basic foodstuffs and basic first aid, and how to tell if you need to go to the doctor now. and the DAD was like basically called maintenance and fixing stuff and that kind of thing. so a class probably would've been helpful anyways. Thank you, Jackie. If you'd like to write to us about this or any other podcast history podcast iheartradio dot com. There were Oliver Social Media in history that three. You'll find our facebook twitter, pinterest and Instagram, and you can subscribe to our show. On Apple, podcast, iheartradio APP and anywhere else get your podcast. Stuff you missed in history classes, the production of iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit, the iheartradio, APP apple, podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. This is Dj Vlad and I want you to check out the Vlad TV podcast since two thousand and eight Vlad TV has been the leader in hard getting no-holds-barred interviews with the world's biggest rappers singers, Hollywood stars professional athletes and former big-time criminals, and now you can catch all of our full length. Interviews availables audio podcasts, so listen to the VLAD TV podcasts on iheartradio APP, apple podcasts, spotify or wherever you get your podcast..

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"baldwin" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:04 min | 11 months ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Ally to help protect you today's connected world sign up today for Norton, three sixty with lifelock membership, and you'll save twenty five percent or more off your first year. To Norton Dot com slash history. That's Norton Dot Com slash history for twenty five percent off. James Baldwin left for Paris on November eleventh, nineteen, Forty, eight, using the money from a fellowship to for a one way ticket by see. Beyond that he had. No money, virtually no connections and nowhere to stay. He also did not speak French in his words quote. I had no idea what might happen to me in France but I was very clear. What would happen if I remained in New York Baldwin faced some criticism for leaving the US with people arguing that he was abandoning a country that he should have stayed in and tried to help fix, but this first stretch of time in Paris was critically important to his work and identity as a writer. Unlike many of the other writers and artists who left the US for Paris, he didn't think of himself as an expatriate, but more is a commuter. He still felt a deep connection to the United States and he made frequent trips back, and he spent long stretches of time in other parts of the world including Istanbul. After arriving in Paris Baldwin met Swiss artist Lucian Hackers Burger who was white bisexual, and at one point married to a woman when they met Balderas Twenty four and hampers burger was seventeen. They eventually started a relationship that went on for almost forty years Baldwin described Hampers Burger as the love of life, and he became godfather to hampers Burgers, children along with other relationships in his life. Hackers Burger was one of the inspirations for Baldwin's novel genes room while in France Baldwin wrote everybody's protest novel, which argued that political novels like Harriet. Beecher stowe's Tom's cabin and Richard Wright's native son. We're reinforcing stereotypes about black people and in particular dehumanizing black men. Although right had helped Baldwin secure his first writing fellowship, the two men did not see eye to eye on a number of issues, and they frequently criticized one another on December nineteenth, nineteen, forty nine. Baldwin was arrested for being in receipt of stolen property after he borrowed a bed sheet that a friend had stolen from a hotel. This whole experience led him to think about identity and policing in the United States versus in France. The police in France saw him as an American while police in New York would have seen him as an inherently criminal problem, but he also became aware that most of the people who were in jail with him in Paris, where from northern. Africa and that. French colonialism had its own part to play in racism in France this first stretch of time in France. Let Baldwin look back on the US from a distance seeing things from angles that just were not possible for him. While he was living in it, he started coming to terms with. With both his own history, and with his sexuality, while living in France in Switzerland, he finished his semi-autobiographical novel. Go tell it on. The Mountain had actually started writing in high school, as well as a play called the Amen Corner and a series of essays in nineteen, fifty, two Baldwin made a trip back to the US with financial help from Marlon Brando. He was awarded a Guggenheim. Fellowship in June of Nineteen fifty four and other fellowships followed in one, thousand, nine, hundred nine, he was awarded a Ford Foundation grant to work on the novel another country, when this novel included a fictionalized depiction of his friendship, with Eugene worth including worth suicide. Professor and literary critic Fred Stanley later wrote of another country quote. Baldwin has been audacious enough prior to most other artists to grapple candidly with the usually taboo subjects of American society and culture, interracial sexual intercourse homosexuality as a normative mode of experience and bisexuality as a real phenomenon, after similar back and forth travel Baldwin, returned to the US for a longer stretch, starting in July of nineteen, fifty seven, a lot of his written work during this time documents, or reflects on the civil rights movement a movement that he wasn't really sure how he fit into, he had become well known and well established as a writer by this point, and while he. He did not want to describe himself as the movement spokesperson, there were definitely people who thought of him that way as the civil rights movement grew, and evolved Baldwin found himself aligned in some ways with Martin Luther, King Junior's approach through non-violent action, then in other ways with Malcolm X. The Nation of Islam and the Black Power Movement for example. As time went on, Baldwin increasingly favored the black power. Movements focus on immediate radical change instead of nonviolent incremental progress, but he really did not agree with the black power. Movements focus on black separatism. One hallmark of Baldwin's writing during the civil rights movement was that it was accessible to and sometimes. Sometimes written specifically for a white audience, much of this written were carried an implicit or explicit warning, that racism was not just harming black people that it was also destroying white people as well. Some of it has also been described as prophetic for seeing that the movement would become more militant if nonviolent activism did not meet its goals, and foreseeing that white activism would turn away from that militancy, Baldwin's work in the movement was not just about writing. Though he also made speeches, he donated money wrote letters signed petitions organized during the lunch counter. Sit Ins that we talked about on the show earlier this year. James Baldwin traveled to Tallahassee to interview. Interview, student demonstrators and nine hundred sixty one. He became a sponsor for the national. Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy and he also helped sponsor a rally to disband the House UNAMERICAN activities, committee and nine, hundred, sixty three. He took a speaking tour through the south in conjunction with the Congress of racial equality. During this tour, he met and started working with civil rights, activists and WC Fields Secretary Medgar Evers Baldwin's book. The fire next time came out during this tour. As well it contains essays. My Dungeon shook letter to my nephew on the one hundredth anniversary of the emancipation and down at the cross letter from a region of my mind. The latter essay dwells on Baldwin's experiences with religion, including both Christianity and the Nation of Islam relating them to race and racism, and reflecting on his own beliefs. The fire next time spent more than forty weeks in the top five of the New York. Times bestseller list on May seventeenth. Nineteen, sixty three during Martin Luther King Junior's Birmingham campaign, Baldwin, was on the cover of Time magazine under a banner that read Birmingham, and beyond the Negro. Push for equality. A few days before that Time magazine cover Baldwin hit send a telegram to attorney, General Robert F. Kennedy criticizing the United States, lack of response to the civil rights movement, especially in the face of increasing violence and brutality against the people who are participating in that movement. Baldwin framed this inaction in the failure of the nation to make black liberation priority as a moral treason. The result was a Kennedy met with Baldwin for Breakfast on May, twenty third, asking him together writers and activists to meet with him the next day. They met in Kennedy's apartment in New York, where Kennedy was joined by Department of Justice. Lawyer Burke Marshall. Baldwin had brought his brother. David as well as Harry Belafonte Lorraine Hands Berry. Lena Horne and rip torn along with representatives from the Chicago Urban. League Harlem Youth Opportunities Unlimited. The N. W. ACP and core. Clarence Benjamin Jones who is one of Martin Luther? King Junior's advisors was also there may goal for this meeting was not so much.

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"baldwin" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"A breaking point. He's through a water pitcher and. and that shattered the mirror behind the bar, he described this moment as revelatory, realizing that he had been angry enough to kill someone, and that his own life was in danger, and his words quote from the hatred. I carried in my own heart. David Baldwin Senior died on July, twenty, ninth, nineteen, forty-three, which was also the day. James's youngest. Sibling Paula Maria was born. Two days later on August I realizing swept through Harlem, it was sparked when a black soldier tried to intervene as a white police officer was trying to arrest a black woman. The officer shot the soldier and rumors spread that he had been killed. This was one of a series of similar riots that took place in cities around the United States. In Nineteen, forty-three in in Harlem six black people were killed as thousands of police were dispatched in response to the violence Baldwin really felt like living in Harlem had become untenable, and he moved to Greenwich Village to try to make a living as a writer well, also waiting tables, and doing other work just to try to make ends meet, and to send what money he could back to his family. He had relationships with men with women and at. At one point became engaged to a woman, but ultimately broke off that engagement. He also became friends with a man named Eugene Worse. Who encouraged Baldwin to join the Young People's Socialist? League, although it's not entirely clear. How long Baldwin was involved or exactly what his involvement even was in the years just after World War Two, he spent at least some time with various political groups that were connected to things like socialism, communism and labor rights, but he didn't become exclusively focused on any of them, or in some cases ever officially become a member. Now. One of the baggers that I read of him. Characterizes period is kind of bouncing around from one group to another getting a sense of what different ideas were, but not really committing to any of them at that point. And nineteen, forty four Baldwin met Richard Wright. Who helped him get harpers Eugene. F Saxton Fellowship, and that fellowship provided some of the funding to help him launch a literary career. He started getting published an established magazines, but then in nineteen forty-six Eugene worth die by suicide that was something that traumatized and haunted for the rest of his life. Two years later Baldwin had begun. Begun certain that he could not live in the United States anymore. It's circled back to what he had realized that last night in Belle meade, he had a clear minded certainty that if he didn't leave the US and it's systematic racism and oppression. He would be killed or he would kill someone. He finally decided to go to France at the age of twenty four. Or get to that after a quick sponsor break. This episode of stuff you missed in history classes brought to you by Norton. Three sixty with lifelock. How you spend your time in what you listen to you is totally within your control, your personal information on the other hand that is another story because when you shop bank or Browse Online, your personal information gets out there, and you can lose control of it exposing you to Cybercrime, but you can get back a sense of control over how to help protect yourself and your personal information. Thankfully, there's Norton Three. Three sixty with lifelock, an all in one membership for your safety that gives you device security, identity, theft, protection, a VPN for online privacy and more, plus if there's an identity theft related problem, they have agents who will work to fix it now. No one can prevent all cybercrime identity theft, but Norton three sixty with lifelock is a powerful.

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"baldwin" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

06:55 min | 11 months ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Today's episode was June fifth behind the scenes that if you've listened to that, I was clearly having a hard time figuring out what to do next. And when I remembered that I'd had James Baldwin on my list for a while, but my inward response was like yes, obviously James Baldwin. Of course. Why didn't you even think of this before? This description by Juan. Williams and a piece called Baldwin the Witnesses Testament, which was published in The Washington Post the day after Baldwin's death in Nineteen eighty-seven. Illustrates why a had that response quote given the messy nature of racial hatred of the half truths, blasphemies lies that make up American Life Baldwin's accuracy in reproducing that world stands remarkable achievement. His accuracy was key and his works. The reader could resonate to the sounds of the street corner as drawn by Baldwin could feel the anger of black Americans. So long denied a role in American life. As Baldwin wrote about that anger, black people reading Baldwin knew he wrote the truth. White people reading Baldwin sensed his truth about the lives of black people in the sins of a racist nation interest in James. Baldwin's work has just really grown in the United States over the last several years in conjunction with the black lives matter movement, his nineteen sixty three book the fire next. Next time is frequently on anti-racism reading lists. Sometimes it's paired up with Tallahassee coats between the world and me, which was inspired by it or with the fire. This time a new generation speaks about race. That's a book that came out in two thousand sixteen, basically, James Baldwin was a brilliant essayist and one of the chroniclers of the civil rights movement, and a really powerful voice against racism, and that is why we are talking about him today, so we're going to start with his background James. Baldwin was born James Arthur Jones in Harlem New York on August Second Nineteen Twenty Four. His mother was Emma Burgess Jones and she was a domestic worker. When James was born, Emma was not married and she never told him who his biological father was. When James was three, his mother Mary, Baldwin, who was a factory worker and an evangelical minister, and they went on to have eight children together. The family was really poor. They were living in a part of Harlem that Baldwin later called Junkies, hollow and part of James earlier also took place during the Great Depression David Baldwin was strict, unyielding, authoritarian and cruel, including telling James that he was ugly, and reminding him of the circumstances of his birth, and of course that was heavily stigmatized at the time. As an adult Baldwin described the whole household constantly working to appease his stepfather James also said David taught him to fight, because he had to continually fight back with patients and a kind of ruthless determination, because I had to endure it to go under and come back up to wait. James Baldwin attributed stepfather's treatment of him and his mother and siblings as being the product of living the proud man in a racist society, where he just could not make enough money to really support his family, and Baldwin also credited his younger siblings as being a big part of what kept him off the streets, and largely out of trouble in his youth. As the oldest. James was always helping to look after the younger ones and that was something he described doing with a book in one hand, because reading became one of his biggest means of escape. He liked to tell people that he read every volume Harlem's library branches, and that he had to go to the new. York Public Library on forty second street to find any books that he hadn't read yet. He also credited religion with helping to keep him out of trouble. He had a religious conversion experience at the age of fourteen and became a youth minister at fireside Pentecostal Assembly. He was A. A Youth Minister for three years, and during that time he crafted his use of language and his speaking style throughout all this James had been attending New York public schools. I at PS twenty four, here's principal was gertrude airs. That was the first black principal in New York City from there. He moved to Frederick Douglass. Junior High School where Harlem Renaissance Poet County. Cullen was his French teacher and. And the director of the school's Literary Club while at Frederick Douglass Junior High James was editor of the school's newspaper, the Douglas pilot and also tried to make money to help the family by shining shoes and selling shopping bags for high school James was selected to attend dewitt Clinton High School in the Bronx. This is one of New York's more elite schools where they predominantly Jewish student body there. There James Again worked on the school newspaper. The Magpie and he excelled in his English and history courses. He also matte painter Buford Delaney. Who became a friend and something of a mentor as he demonstrated for Baldwin, that a black man could become an artist James. It didn't do nearly as well as other courses as he did. An English history and his high school years were personally very turbulent. In addition to all the stresses of his home life. He had started to question his sexuality. He'd also started questioning the church is he began to learn about the ways that Christianity had been used as a weapon during slavery, and is he heard people within his church and his stepfather make antisemitic comments. The ultimately left the church in thousand, nineteen, forty, one James, Baldwin, graduated from high. High School in Nineteen, forty two six months after the rest of his class, the internal turmoil connected to his faith in his sexuality, contributed to a mental health crisis that derailed his studies. He hoped to go to the City College of New York, but he couldn't afford tuition instead. He got a defense industry job in Belle mead. New Jersey to try to help support his family financially. By this point, James's stepfather was struggling with his own mental health with symptoms that included depression and paranoia. Baldwin's job in Belle meade involved building a new army quartermaster depot, and it was Baldwin's first real experience with overt racism on the job. The US army was still segregated, and Baldwin continued to act the way. He had acted back in Harlem when he was around White. White Southern Service members, and they of course expected him to be totally differential to them, and to stay out of their way of course, racism had existed in Harlem as well, but this was a whole different set of social expectations and consequences. Baldwin described this experience as learning what it meant to be a Negro. He refused to back down in. The face of racism. Racism and harassment on the job and he was fired. A friend helped him get his job back. And when the harassment resumed, he again push back against it, and was once again fired on his last night in Belle Meade Baldwin and some friends were refused service at a diner, because of their race and Baldwin really reached.

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"baldwin" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"baldwin" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

"Who's the the week cloud of the week? we're talking about the riots. Going on in Minneapolis. We're talking about the marching going on around the country. This is the protest and it's a protest because once again a we have a police officer who is killed an unarmed black man and it was on television. It was brutal to watch. I'm telling you it was murdered and nobody. Nobody's in disagreement. There is no controversy. That police officer murdered that man and it was captured on video. So the question is why are people out there? Rioting why are people out there marching? We know what the problem is. My goodness Brooke Baldwin had a family member on interviewing them and instead of getting to what they had to say Brooke Baldwin. Be clowned herself. How would you there are so many motions as I'm sitting here listening to you? I'm I'm having my own. I'm surprised at my own emotions on TV with you. But I've just as a as a white woman aware of my own privilege in this country. I am so angry and I can't even begin. Forgive me no. I'm not going to forgive you Baldwin. That's ridiculous Brooke Baldwin. Made it about her made it about her. White guilt made it about her white privilege. This woman lost a love. She's owner to talk about that and Brooke Baldwin Breaks Down and starts crying in apologizing. Kashif aware for prayer flags white. Why do you think that will? Do you think the family member wanted to hear. That would've embarrassing situation. You put her in now. She has to try to comfort your crazy assets to you up here crying. 'cause you white crying because you'RE WHITE. Brooke Baldwin's moment of of white guilt. Is the reason why she is. This week's conservative circus clown of the week brought to you by tombstone tactical..

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"baldwin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Who Don't know what that is? Well it's a giant hot dog on wheels. You've seen those. I haven't seen one in a long time now. I mentioned this for a couple of reasons one because it is the most interesting fact about me. let's jeopardy story and undoubtedly will be for the rest of my life. Don't sell yourself short. Stop as sorry thing. God I gotta that'd be more Balls Rita. Okay it's also where I discovered podcasts. Spending that many hours driving you have to keep yourself occupied but also because I learned a lot about life while doing it. You'd you'd be surprised the things you see the connections you make and what you learn about yourself while cruising in a Weiner for a year in a Weiner I learned what it's like to be famous miss and not able to hide anywhere. You are interesting but most importantly I learned just how much people want to connect with each other. I've had people tell me their life stories seen them laugh and cry cry granted literal dying wishes well and spread miles and miles of smiles. I could go on and on talking about these stories but I won't my main. I want to hear about the granted. Dying wishes my main takeaways from this experience is life is short. The world is small. People are mostly good mostly. I wanted to write him because I relate to you justin. I'm a people pleaser. Sir that wants everyone to like me to an extent where it probably is giving me a needed anxiety and taking away from my happiness and prevents me from doing certain things. So I'm trying to focus on me in two thousand twenty good idea. I also consider myself to be awkward but Nicole Way which I think you are too. It's nice no offense you consider yourself I don't think of myself as cool. God I don't okay sometimes. Cool moments I do not now not I'm not saying that's not my stomach growling and so no or Baldwin Stephen Baldwin and she says but she says no offence. I don't take wouldn't take offensive but for real for real. Oh yes gonNA for real. You guys both seem like such I chill and relatable guys that's nice. I don't think I'm chill and I really admire how open and you are in the show. Thank you shy. I love listening. It makes in our on the treadmill go by a lot faster hour on the treadmill good for you I also GonNa say I'm so jealous of yours and Christians relationship I have a fi- five siblings things including a twin and I really admire. How much seem to get along collaborate I kind of inspire my I kind of aspire my relationships with my siblings to be like that you guys see more like friends than brothers inspired me to get closer with them this year? So thanks for that. That's cool. ps Oh I'm from Tampa and heard you're doing movie here we are. If you want an iconic Weiner whistle. Hit me up Emma be funny funny. Delete character drives a wiener mobile or food REX. I'm pretty great at that. That'd be great P. P. S. Waldorf installer. Statler the best muppets. Catch you later. Cheyenne thank you shan. I want some food right. What if all our food rector hotdog related related Oscar Mayer Jason's? I would like that too because Christian I are going to be in Tampa. Well we're in Tampa. Now that's cool. Yeah interesting and I think you should also work at being less people pleaser. I try to your house wants to give other people there resolutions. Yeah but if I if I may give you on your resolution was to give people resolutions this year that's true. and to grow beautiful facial hair and become their strapped to to induce Thurston more people gross thank Cheyenne for writing in guys. Want right in our email address is justin life short at wondering dot Com. That's right impressed very impress. Thank you Cheyenne. And thank you to the very aggressive Alec Baldwin and to the also very impressive Jerry O'CONNELL for being a little guest on our our first guests on the ultra. Yeah but first cameo. That's if anyone's going to do it it should be. You should be a regular regular segment should should have a spot. Yes I've never wanted someone to have a spot on like short for but I would love for Jerry spot I know and thanks to our first Baldwin. I have many hopefully hopefully and thank you guys for listening. Yeah thanks for listening. That's the end right. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's the end Hope you enjoyed that Even even a fraction of as much as of as much as I enjoyed listen..

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"baldwin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"I WANNA learn about you. And he's actually uh-huh Taiba bride. I mean he's incredibly smart and and He he's very thoughtful and into Buddhism. And all this and I said but also your career I want to talk about your career career in your no. I'm not interested in. I think he just was under the impression that was going to be very gossipy woman when I asked to narrow kind and generous I mean I'm Bob is so quiet and so You know so recessed in person and you don't realize how how kind he is. Yeah Yeah and he's been very kind to me and I asked him to do this. Talk show that I had an ABC A TV show on camera and We talked about SNL so now we were coordinating our schedules because he comment because He said Yeah. I want to fly back and And do the show and I'm GonNa go to To Berlin or something like that he said. I'm GONNA come back and you're going to be there you're going to be they're going to come to. The team is okay. He goes he goes now the other thing is you want to do this. they tell me to do this. Talk Show anytime you want me to talk show. I'm going to Talk Voice Sandy. But literally he goes He he goes he goes. Yeah he goes. I want to do it Alec. I want to do what he goes. Oh I want to tell me. It's an hour an hour and I'm like what are we going to talk about for now or what was really an hour. We do for an hour and he goes. What are we gonNA talk about I go what would we talk about your movie career? I started there would happen to a good twenty minute. It'd be the beach we're going to land your movie and we'll see where because we might talk to you for like eleven analyzed that came into the show and how it was really it was really very sweet but I mean I have a podcast and my whole the thing is I am I. I kind of have developed my thoughts about say the first questions but I called the billiard break. We're going to open up. That's great when you you up to where we're GONNA you're gonNA feel comfortable we're gonNA talk about an array of things. I want you to know where I'm coming from from the beginning. Yes about appreciation them. I'm not out to get anybody to break. Yeah no down Arkan I well. I was just listening to one of your podcasts. One Seinfeld is so great also by the way. Did you know that you were a crossword puzzle. I mean it was a USA Today. I'm in the works. So friends have stopped alerting. People will email me like famous people. Your craft sir. Yesterday you were It was an easy one Baldwin Baldwin up the boss baby that's me yeah that's me right okay That is you know it's not Stephen. Got Arrested in front of his apartment building. Let's works to boss baby that's true. Whatta uh-huh who would you rather be known as I guess the question You said Seinfeld said something on your show to live. He says that now and he to me is like this is the ideal way to live. He just doesn't seem like He. Has it all figured out That he is absolutely comfortable with life. Life that's how it strikes. Well he's somebody who When you have that kind of career when I mean I'm making I'm making any comparisons whatsoever to the person's ability or style?.

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"baldwin" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

16:37 min | 1 year ago

"baldwin" Discussed on The Book Review

"So Buckley is very consciously trying to shape conservative movement and he has to make a lot of decisions about how the conservative movement should react to the black liberation struggle. How influential Angela is the national review in nineteen sixty five? What's circulation like an WHO's reading in the national review is is a really powerful magazine in in by by sixty five? I mean it's a magazine like a lot of magazines at struggles over the years. You know that first decade but really the the role of national review plays I think is is Buckley kind of establishes himself as sort of gatekeeper for the the movement. He's trying to sort of as as one of my colleagues puts it edit conservatism. figure out who should be part of the coalition who should be left out and so he writes certain folks out of the movement like in Rand and eventually you know Robert Welsh and the John Birch Society. So Buckley is is really playing this role. People know that the magazine has. This is sort of outsized. Role in shaping the movement and figuring out who's allowed to participant. WHO's not and so the influence at national review by sixty five? There's no question it is the most. I recognized conservative Oregon. The country and definitely although Buckley did not get to play the role that he hoped to play in the goldwater campaign. You hope to be kind of liaison between the conservative of intellectual community in the in the campaign but he he still is playing kind of informal role as as a sort of somebody's promoted. He's a promoter of ideas as a popularizer of of conservative. Conservative ideas is one of his biographers. The Saint Paul of the conservative movement. He's really an evangelist right. He's not an originator of ideas but he's he's very good at spreading the idea. He's not even originate. Peter in this particular debate. We'll get to that. Let's just here quickly a clip of Buckley from this debate in America where the Negro community is concerned is. He's a very complicated. I urge those of you who have a WHO have An actual rather than purely ideologized interest in the problem them to read the book beyond the Melting Pot by professor laser. Also Co author of the lonely proud it problem when a Jewish intellectual who points the fact that the situation in America where the Negroes are concerned is extremely complex as a result result of an unfortunate conjunction of two factors one is the dreadful athletes to eventuate this nation by many individual American citizens results of their lack of that final and ultimate concern which some people are truly find agitate the other or is as a result of the failure of the Negro community itself. Do make certain issues which were made by other minority groups. During the American experience interesting you mentioned Barry Goldwater earlier because Barry Goldwater Strom Thurmond. Both of them were original. Choices says to be the person to debate Baldwin. What happened with with them? And and how did it end up. Being William F.. Buckley that was one of the first puzzles to solve was. How did this happen in the first place and there were? There really wasn't any detailed account that I was able to find the existing literature of like. How did these two guys end up there that night? So really and it kind of happened by accident. A lot of ways. The union was contacted. By Baldwin's publicist for this is. This is Cambridge Union. The Students Union at Cambridge University in England right so so Cambridge Union the oldest debating society in the world. They had just marked the one hundred fiftieth anniversary just weeks prior to the Buckley Baldwin Debate the union's contacted by a publicist for according books. Who is promoting the paperback release a Baldwin's third novel? It's look exactly all right. So the President of union was undergraduate. Student Peter Fullerton says as well. I can't host a book that this is a debating society. So what I can do is host a debate related to the themes of Mr Baldwin's writings. And so the they. I agree to that. And it's sort of an interesting sort of back story that I was able to uncover in the Baldwin Archives of Schaumburg in Harlem was really interesting the kind of back and forth between the agents and the publicist and so on they sort of agreed in principle that Baldwin common than the first idea that Fullerton had was to say you know. Invite somebody like Strom Thurmond. Somebody who's a devoted segregationists to debate Baldwin in fourteen. Doesn't remember exactly what the response was. But he knows he knows it was negative and invited Barry Goldwater who of course of course voted against the civil rights. Act was a different kind of skeptic of of the civil bright's revolution and so at some point there was a another student at Cambridge named Michael Toobin. Hot who had met Buckley nineteen sixty three and knew enough about him to know that he it was the perfect person. For this this role. He was a skilled debater. He was a critic of the Civil Rights Movement so they contacted Buckley who is on his annual ski vacation in Switzerland. And and asked if you'd come debate and he was not WanNa turn down any opportunity to debate and he had established imprinted he thought Baldwin was as he called him an eloquent menace and he was eager to take him on a it. Cambridge headed Baldwin about Buckley and going up against him. So there isn't as much evidence of Baldwin's kind of reflections on Buckley prior to the debate that I was able to discover ever. There's no question that the Buckley was on Baldwin's radar and Buckley was a sort of figure that Baldwin was eager to challenge in one of the things I talk about in the in the book is in nineteen sixty two Baldwin was invited onto the open. Mind television program to debate James Jackson Kilpatrick who is one of the country's leading salesman for segregation nation of very close friend and colleague. Buckley Buckley's Goto guys on race. And it was the kind of thing. Where a lot about Baldwin's friends handlers? Didn't want him to do it right. You should not sit across the table from segregationists you're gonNA dignify his views by your presence but Baldwin really felt an obligation to engage with people like Kilpatrick and he actually thought that people can Patrick and Buckley. They had a great deal of responsibility to bear in the racial violence. The racial nightmare is that something that people can watch on Youtube as well or somewhere in line. Is that still out there. It's a strange thing. The open mind has an incredible archive. You can actually watch shows going back to the fifties but they don't seem to have this one and so I I hope they're Recording of it. So what what's interesting is. In at the Schaumburg. They Baldwin kept a complete transcript of that encounter. It's another thing that hadn't really been written about very much and it's I mean it's an amazing mazing just reading. It is so powerful because it's right after the battle Miss Right after. James Meredith is attempting to register for classes at the University of Mississippi. And all hell breaks loose as you know there's violence and Baldwin begins the show. They're welcome to the show and Baldwin looks at Kilpatrick and says you think there's a difference between men like you write these sophisticated books and articles defending segregation and the people in those spree streets committed committing acts of violence and he says I hold usurp far more responsible than those people in the streets because they are caught in a web of delusion this delusion of white supremacy and you are weaving that web for purposes that have nothing to do with them and he says I accuse you betraying those white people in the south you are pursuing your on a gender for your own purposes and so Baldwin starts out the the composition and then proceeds to kind of play the role of cross examining Kilpatrick for the you the duration of the show and just kind of interrogate him about his white supremacist views. It's extraordinarily powerful encounter. Yes hopefully I'm hoping what the book coming out. Maybe something things will be uncovered covered in some archive. Somebody has a recording audio or video recording of that all right until then. Let's talk about this night in its February. Eighteenth nineteen sixty five set. Set the stage for us. Who is there? How is it structured? Who could see it? How public was this? So the debate although the it came together very last minute so the sort of wheels wheels began turning on putting this night together in January sixty five in the actual night of the debate is February two nine hundred sixty five and so you have a you know. Packed the union debating hall all was filled them. If you watch the video you can see people not only sitting in every every spot on the benches and in the galleries. But they're also sitting on the floor and buckling Baldwin after like walkover. Students is. They're going they have mostly students. You also have guest to the unions. The students were many students that were there are what they call. Members of the Union have voting. They're able to vote and ask questions during the debates but the way this debate was structured was there were two Student debaters one on each side of the motion before the house was the American dream is the expense of the American Negro. And there's there's two student debaters one gives a speech on each side of that motion and then Baldwin gets up to speak and he speaks for about twenty four minutes and Buckley gets up to speak and he speaks for about twenty nine minutes. And there's no exchange between the two of them which is one of the things that is you know in some ways unfortunate about structured and that may have been due to some of the back the backroom croom negotiations about. What what they were willing? Baldwin's people especially willing to allow to happen that night but there there is one thing that's left out of the BBC recording that was really fascinating discovers dead right the one that you can see online rights when you can see online that the students speeches are edited down and then Buckley speeches edited by about a third and one of the things. That's that's edited out of the Buckley speech. Each the questions that the students asked him so at the union like in the House of Commons students could stand up and the speaker had they could call on the student to you know for point of information for a question and so there's only one of those what they called interruptions in the in the speech that you see on on Youtube and there's actually about four or five more. They're really interesting. I mean both for the questions that are asked a really good questions but also Buckley is a master of responding to those questions kind of clever way that Oh you know almost always brings elicits laughter. And he's able to kind of diffuse the situation but yeah so the the Cambridge itself kept audio recordings these debates but they did not have the audio recording of this particular debate they thought it was lost or destroyed so is able to find one of the students from that era. who had an old reel to reel copy of the full Buckley In Baldwin speeches and he sent it to me for England and I got it digitized and so that's available for folks on the Audio Book and then the full transcription the is it appendix to the book itself. What an interesting things about Buckley's speeches that he based it on a piece that was written by Gary Wills and the National Review so this wasn't something he came with organically? I think that might surprise people who are more familiar with wills leader work but most people know that he was early. John Per Day of Buckley at the National Review. What was this piece what does it say? Why did Buckley choose to base his talk on that? Buckley says that wills is is one of the national news. Great discoveries will send him you know sample of his writing. When he's very young and Buckley sees that wills has an incredible talent and brings him on and just sort of do a lot of like like reviews for National Review and then also to begin writing essays about religion and so when the fire next time of course it emerges initially the bulk of emerges in November nineteen sixty two long piece? He's for the New.

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"baldwin" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"baldwin" Discussed on The Book Review

"Hello Paul McCartney here. My new picture bouquet ground dude is out now and it's raided by me it's about a grandfather granddad. Grand Dude who uses this is margie compass to whisk his grandchildren away on adventures around the world. A lot of fun writing in the raising it on. I hope you enjoy too. You can download it. Start listening today. Hey Grandma how James Baldwin and William F Buckley end up on a stage together in one thousand nine hundred sixty five at Cambridge University to debate one another on Race Nicholas Koby here to talk about his book. The fire is upon us. What's it like growing up black and gay and the south poet and now L. Memoir Ist Sii Jones will be here to talk about his book? How we fight for our lives Concepcion de Leon will give us an update from the literary world last? We'll talk about what we the and the wider world are reading this book view. PODCAST from the New York Times. I'm Pamela Paul. Nicholas Cola is here in the studio to talk about his new book. The fire is upon us. James Baldwin William F. Buckley junior and the debate over race in America. His two previous books were the essential Douglas and Abraham Lincoln and Liberal Democracy Nicholas. Thanks for being here. Thanks thanks for having me. I'm honored to be here all right. This is a change of subject for you why this book. This book emerged through Baldwin. I was invited to write essay about Baldwin and I devoted voted the few months just reading everything could get my hands on. And then I dug into the Youtube Archives of all these video Baldwin and I found the debate with Buckley and I became transfixed was just such a dramatic moment of these two men who embodied movements in a way and they have them on the international stage clashing. I was just sort of became mildly obsessed with it and so I wrote that essay Using the debate as a framing device in is I worked on the ESA I kept thinking. There's there's a book in here and then that book kind of grew and grew and grew to a joint intellectual biography. They're born about a year apart from each other and so I thought I could sort of weave their intellectual biographies against the backdrop of the the rise of the civil rights and conservative movements. I have to say you know word favor of Youtube. All of these things are on there and you can go online and Google Baldwin Buckley debate and it comes right up up. I just want to play a quick clip from that to be. This is a bit. We have a civil rights bill. Now we had an amendment the Fifteenth Amendment nearly one hundred years ago I hate to see them again like an Old Testament prophets whether the amendment was not honor. Then I don't have any reason to believe in the Civil Rights Bill. We'll we'll be on it now and after all one's been there since before you know. A lot of people got their if one has got to proved once title to the land isn't four hundred years enough one hundred years at least three worlds later on will play play another clip from Buckley. But let's start with something you just mentioned Nicholas. which is that? These two men were born. Only fifteen months. Apart in New York City could not have had more different circumstances in terms of their births and upbringing. Let's start with James Baldwin Baldwin born in August nineteen twenty four in Harlem and he's the oldest of nine children and Baldwin describes his childhood as being one the Chili marked by domination His experience is is one in which he has. There's all sorts of individual people in his life police officers landladies landlords that he's seizes is enforcing kind of boundaries Andres on his his growth as a as a human being and he sees his parents victimized by racial oppression by economic anxiety by a lack of economic opportunity and so Baldwin I'm describes growing up in Harlem and is auto biographical writings and a really powerful way of of really a set of circumstances in which he feels so limited as a human being. I mean he has to try to figure out way to find some modicum of power to fight back against the suppression so Baldwin is somebody who eventually finds his lover. He calls it in language words. He's obsessed with books you know from a very young age reading everything and get his hands on trying to find ways in which to make sense of his experience through books and then he begins writing at a very young age and actually actually devote himself to writing often. He can in the ends up becoming a young minister. His father was a lay pentecostal preacher in Haarlem storefront churches and so Baldwin becomes the young minister at the age of fourteen and has really taken by the power of language to connect him to his congregation and although he leaves the church by seventeen he remains a preacher's entire life including the ninety debates. Buckley it really is sermon. Tell us what was his formal education like so Baldwin. was somebody who you know. He says that he was not the best of students students. But that he you know because he had a hard time staying interested in a lot of the things he was learning in school so within a lot of ways he was not died act but he had the opportunity a couple of really really important teachers in his life and those teachers encouraged him to apply for a program at dewitt Clinton high school and he he went to Clinton which of course is this story. Place it's produced to all sorts of important intellectual and political figures and so that experience was important because Baldwin at dewitt Clinton was able to work for the. The High School Literary magazine had some outlets outlet for his creative abilities but he was somebody who did not have an opportunity to go to college so in many ways. You know you sort of you. All people familiar Baldwin's writings assume that he has some sort of you. You know lead education. But but in fact he didn't he was somebody who was largely self educated and was really just a a student you know from a very early age. You know that that he died all right. That's it's a good moment to just pivot quickly to Buckley because we associate him so much with the institutions that he attended of course God and man at Yale but let's start start with his birth in New York City. Buckley is you know as I say at the beginning of the book He May as well been born in on a different planet. You know the same city but my as miserable been a different planet. Buckley really is somebody who was born into immense wealth so Buckley's father is somebody who made in lost and regained fortunes in the real estate and oil businesses. His mother is a comes from old money proud daughter of the confederacy. So I say that you know that his father had new money. His mother had old money. The keyword there's money and they. I used that money to provide their children with a very rich upbringing in a lot of ways and especially educationally ten children yet there were ten. Attendance goes both came from very large families. They did say one thing they have in common. The Buckley's had an estate in Sharon Connecticut known as Great Elm Forty seven Acre estate and they had a a elaborate homeschooling for their children so every subject under the Sun. They had live in tutors. That were there fulltime. They brought in part time tutors to cover. Every other subject to the Buckley's really devoted voted in and they were especially devoted to teaching their children in particular world view and so the Buckley's were taught a kind of they. Call it individualism. But it was really a kind of elitism. They were taught hot to be very suspicious of any form of collectivism socialism communism and the new deal policies of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. But they're also taught to be very suspicious of democracy. I'm they were taught taught that some people are fit to rule others are fit to be ruled and they were among those who were to rule of course and so Buckley really he'd ever really desires to become his father he he doesn't want to follow him into business but he really wants to devote his life to defending the world view that his father taught him on his mother taught him and so in that hierarchy household whether they're todd these values of hierarchy those values thoroughly racial is is one of the key themes the book and so- Buckley's racial politics in many ways you know emerged at a very young age and he sustains those throughout his life so it's interesting that both Buckley and Baldwin for very different reasons are suspicious of certain aspects of American democracy. That's true that's true. And it's it's these moments you know now in the in the book when I say there is kind of surprising there's some surprising overlaps where you know Baldwin and Buckley Ha of crowd the suspicion of liberalism. They have some suspicion of democracy mcreavy they have some suspicion of the capacity of law needs to bring about social change but those moments were there the the there's overlaps very different reasons why they take those positions and so oh I think but in that overlap we can we can learn something about our politics and also in the the reasoning that they you know both of them used to arrive at those conclusions can really help us make sense of our political moment I mean is it in those moments of auto alignment that the tension is greatest in terms of their differences. I think that's true. I mean I think maybe not. There's definitely a lot of tensions just running through The the story but I think that those moments are you know really fascinated me one example. Is that Baldwin and Buckley are both great critics northern hypocrisy on race. You know they they they will often say you know the one line that's uses the Jim Crow has the north simply more sophisticated Baldwin. Say that sort of thing and Buckley would see that sort of thing. Of course Buckley's point point. Was He would say that to get northerners to lay off of the south and Balden would say that to get all of us delay into the north right and so those moments I think are are especially powerful to think about. Okay why is it the Baldwin is looking at somebody you know particular politician that he really does not trust and Buckley's looking at saint politician. It does not trust that person. They have these radically different different reasons for that distrust and I think that's that's really informative for us all right. Let's come from their childhood circumstances right to nineteen sixty five the year in which this debate the subject have your book. The fire is upon US takes place. Where is James Baldwin at this point in his life and career? Nineteen sixty five Baldwin's really at the height of his fame name so Baldwin had published his first novel in Nineteen fifty three and he he'd published by then three novels go tell in the Mountain Giovanni in another country so you establish himself as a fiction writer but also then published several essay collections and in one thousand nine hundred sixty three the next time is published. And that's that's really a book that I mean Baldwin Star was already ascending but that that book sort of sent Baldwin to the height of literary fame I mean so. He's among the most famous writers in the world at that time in Baldwin's connection connection to the civil rights movement was was always a complicated one. I mean he describes himself as a witness in his first interactions with the Jim crow south or as a journalist he goes down to the south to cover. What's happening the black liberation struggle for particular magazines and publications and so Baldwin says my job is to write it all down but he of course feels in this sense of obligation to be go beyond writing it all down of course journalism always has kind of normative dimension to it but he he says you know? He spends a lot of his life if it's what he calls a transatlantic commuter living in Europe and living in the US but he feels a sense of obligation to to engage in the struggle and so by sixty three he's kind of identified as a kind of spokesman when he didn't like that label at all didn't like most labels but he really wants to eat engaged in this that both through his fiction and nonfiction writing. What he's really trying to do is provide his readers years with the sense of what the world looks like through the eyes of of a variety of people in the south and also elsewhere in the country who are in the midst of this struggle to change the country such really I Baldwin? It's up to them so at that moment. Sixty five Cambridge Baldwin's internationally famous. So those students that are packed into that union debating hall. They're really there to see Baldwin. Because Buckley hadn't quite achieved international fame yet all right. Let's talk about William F.. Buckley where is he. Nineteen sixty five in terms of his career. So Buckley by sixty five is second only only to Barry Goldwater in terms of a sort of face of the American conservative movement and Buckley had played really this outsized role in shaping what we now call the conservative movement. So Buckley in Nineteen fifty-five starts at National Review magazine which the idea the magazine was to try to do what progressive magazines had done in the first half of the twentieth century Maksim like the nation and the republic had done so much to shape. The American left and so- Buckley has idea that there's not really anything that we could call it an conservative movement a coherent conservative conservative movement. Fifty five so he has this idea to use a magazine to bring folks together a coalition Together and so he founds national review and very right at the same aim moment. He's founding national review. The civil rights movement the latest phase in the civil rights struggle is occurring the lynching of Emmett till the reaction to that the rest of Rosa parks the Montgomery Montgomery bus boycott..

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"baldwin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"baldwin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So well up into this point Danny Shays that we just told the American audience that Alec Baldwin was coming on. And what they got instead was Daniel Baldwin, and Danny Shays. They're going to holler. As soon as Alec Baldwin shows up. Shore too. Don't forget that. One of the things that I love about this tension with the Baldwin's. And now the Baldwin's in the Walberg s- are feuding, and they should be is just how delighted Greg Cody was to have the fifth fat Baldwin address him. He's listening in can't be no is he I thought I was saying that when he wasn't here. He's still listening to us. Why is he listening to us back on now? So we can find themselves really go. Let's go back on our insults. More in. So but I'm fatter than you are. More Insein fatter than you are. You know, what's interesting that I've been waiting for more than than the celebrity prognosticator and we have Alec Baldwin series special. We we have a very special criterion. Few today, by the way, I want you to know, which is really the highlight of the whole segment is it not in the studio walking in right now. They just stepped into the studio he's going to come in. Here. He is saying, hi. Allocate. All right. You're breathless as you ran up for hurrying to get your alley. He ran up to me here. We appreciate it up before we get to our celebrity prognostication. Can I ask you a couple of questions? I want to ask you, I find your career fascinating. And we had a discussion the other day about whether you're a comedian or an actor because of how good you were on comedians in cars, getting coffee with Seinfeld. What is the distinction? And what do you consider yourself? When I'm on this show when I've do in this show. They would I really consider myself is Daniel Baldwin's, brother. That's what I I'm the brother of a famous radio celebrity of sports prognosticator parked salons. I'm the kind of brother appall even mall. That's a great distinction. So you're a comedian a comedian. He's. Best of the Baldwin clan. Comedian, you know, no, I never say comedian because comedians write their own material. You're not a comic in my mind. That's the distinction unless you write the stuff. So if you're a standup, improv sketch comedy groups groundlings, we'll that kind of stuff you see all those great comedy groups there, you're a comedian. If you right, and I don't right. But I think I think we say. I think you sell yourself short excuse me. Excuse me. I'm sorry. I know it just seems that that other comedians think of you as a comedian because I don't think a lot of other people being on that show with Seinfeld other than you. And I didn't feel like you were there because of your friendship, I feel like you were there because you earned it with your funny. But what I am as a schmuck when I am as schmuck because Seinfeld wanted to a couple of shows reprieves he wanted to bring back a couple of people, and he couldn't get anybody. All the big stars. All the great comedy stars weren't available to called me. And I feel them. Yeah. I'm always the Fillon. I'm the guy. They get is it is it true that you have the big people when they can't get, you know, Howard Stern or someone is it true that you have a standing invitation to do Saturday Night Live whenever you'd like. I wouldn't say that's true. I mean, I have a standing invitation to come on and do something maybe not to host. But undoing the Trump they can certainly something that they've asked me to do more than I have time for, but I mean, yeah, that's like a home to me, and they're all old friends of mine. I mean, I've been doing this now for a while. And in that time, you know, a couple of years from now we'll be doing this for like forty years and in that time where I've worked with people where there was a kind of very comfort zone there. The roundabout theater or guild hall of east Hampton or different people. I've worked with Lorn and the people at thirty rock and SNL are very old. Dear friends among your best studio fifty four story because you're a busboy there in your twenties during all the debauchery and all the famous and infamous..

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"baldwin" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Keep It!

"Sunday. Alec Baldwin took a break from playing himself. Impersonating Trump on SNL today, beat his new prime time. ABC talk show the Alec Baldwin show brilliant. This show described as an intimate and candidate one on one conversation as Alec sits down with some of the most compelling celebrities and cultural icons was the ratings loser on Sunday night. Have another show get. I feel like the one in March after the Oscars was a preview of this. Wasn't that on Netflix in my crazy. No, it was on ABC right after the Oscar, but it was a preview. I miss them BC show years ago. What's so weird podcast, right? No, for somebody who is deeply temperamental and deep and kind of obsessed with like having quotes that blow up in the media, he is also obsessed with witty or pardon me, light banter. He's like, I need to have a podcast host the match game. I need to have this show on primetime. It's baffling to me work to do everything. He's an unemployed actor. He's in every movie. He was in black klansman. Right. He was good in that though. Unfortunately, he is talented. That's star stars bored. No, he's not. He would. When alley does SNL it's Alec Baldwin's the host. He goes up. Ladies and gentlemen alley. He accepts into a lot of stuff. Yeah. No, you don't think about him. He he played the husband of two best actress winning roles in the past ten years, blue, jasmine and still Alice. Just again, you don't think of those movie starring Alec Baldwin. They do start like all Baldwin dick gets you an Oscar. Okay. Okay. That's. And also by the way after Hailey Baldwin, we've been inundated with her just I deserve a Baldwin break. I've been very attentive to pop culture and I've had too much. But Hayley Stevens daughter, correct. I feel like we don't get enough Steven or like essence, that Haley is Baldwin. Really. It's I feel like we just talked much about Justin Bieber in the media, and I really wanna know more about. I feel like maybe she has a journey you think I feel like from Calabasas to Sherman oaks or wherever. Maybe she stopped at anthropology on the way, shake shack. Oh, yeah. Just you pick up some crystals. Okay. At home? The son for her UPS delivery. I wanna know Haley. Yeah, call in. Pull up, but in a polite way. Oh my God, no, Alec Baldwin. So this week made somewhat incendiary commentator about rose McGowan so and about black people list. Oh, that's well, that's no. Let's talk about that. Go ahead. This nigga. I give a Hollywood reporter interview. Were he said. Ever since I play Trump black people, love me. They love me everywhere I go. Black people go crazy. I think it's because they're most afraid of Trump. I'm not gonna paint every African American person with the same brush, but a significant number of them are sitting there going. This is going to be bad for black folks finey to. I want to people who went quote, unquote crazy. Just to black people because there's before this quote, there's an extended moment in the profile. One name Tyrone walks up the as like Allie you, the man. He seemed like a plan. Right, exactly. That did not seem real. That is also not what I would describe as going crazy walking up to someone on a Manhattan street and saying, hey, out Baldwin is not going crazy for his ass. My favorite part is when he's like, I don't wanna pay with a broad brush everybody, but then he's like, but about ninety percent of them with my ass. The funny thing is I, it sounds like he interviewed all black people including YouTube. Why did you say you love it so much. He says he doesn't wanna paint them all with the same brush, but he thinks a significant number of black people don't like Trump. That was his quote. He is still insisted that must lack for left, but he did not hedge on that. It's also like that doesn't. Do you think liking you and disliking Trump like they're, they're not really related as much as you would like to think like, oh, our savior, Alec Baldwin is making funny faces on SNL and because I'm terrified about Trump's stripping everyone of their civil rights. I'm now in love with Alec Baldwin. I don't understand what you're trying to say. That flow chart doesn't flow..

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"baldwin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"baldwin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's two straight losing weeks and he keeps demanding to be on the show and he keeps trying to bribe us with more and more Baldwin's. He'll get us. Baldwin. If we keep breaking the rule and allowing him to come back again. And again, even though he keeps losing and he's putting us far enough behind right now that we're not going to be making up for this could be internal sabotage from the Baldwin's as part of their feud. I'm here for more Baldwin's, but didn't he choose for one of the other Baldwin? So the other ball moss last week, this is what I'm saying. And now Alison is telling me we got all sorts of connections that we gotta make all the Baldwin's are going to be on in the next four of them. Yes, Daniel or Billy last week Daniel picked for belly this we the one who's the one that was doing the purge, which one is that dilly? Okay. Studio today is picking for Stephen smoldering. Gene is in studio as well, which ones this even why is James here? Gene. Stephen is our celebrity prognosticator. However, he's the only Baldwin. That's you won't be MAC. Why candle Baldwin pick for a Baldwin meaning themselves? Nobody they pick for themselves. Stephen Evans, very busy buckling on his life. Why don't we just have Alec on and have Alec do the pick, Alex is going to be on the phone as Well. Chris four. Okay, there four, Paul of the Baldwin's, they're buying their way back in. All right, four, nine, four Baldwin's next. Demand wants more money. What kind of mess is this going to be the Baldwin? It's going to be a mess. I'm not gonna know who to Stevens going to be talking. I'm going to think it's talent. Alex going to be talking. I'm going to think it's the fat. Fat one's going to be talking. I'm going to think it's the sedated. What donlevatar mummy. Do you say do this me still gods. Don't do y'all, and that's an opponent basis lebatardshow with Stu guys on ESPN radio. All right. This might be a cluster bleep. I don't know. We've got all the Baldwin's. We've been feuding with the Baldwin brothers. They think they're better at entertainment than we are. Some of them are. So we will get to the Baldwin brothers in a second. But first, let's just, I don't know why we're still doing this. They're three and seven. They've gotten off to a terrible start. They've lost both of the first couple of weeks, but let's go ahead and play the open and let them take over. I know this time for celebrity prognosticator Ness, win some money. And by the way I've got no beef with lady. Baldwin Jane is all right by me, the rest of the Baldwin's that were beefing with go ahead. Daniel, tell us what the hell's going on here as you've somehow bribed your way back in here with Alex fame. I love with. I love that. You know, there's a large movement going by the way Dan. I want you to know about where we believe that maybe your past your time in this should become the Stu God show with Dan Levitan every once in a while. That's what we're. That's what we're hearing here in New York, but but at any rate, that's what he's on. We, of course he'd want. He keeps runs on. We got the idea from exactly what's. What was that? What was that. Ballroom was that was that that's leap e one of the slumbering. Sedated. When the smoldering one smoldering on fair acceptable. Votary. Yeah, fair game one. The fair game on. That along with about sixty five other show. They voted you the most handsome, they said, hands down Billy's the most handsome, they needed to vote wives. Really. What this their wives Billy saying. The wives who was sweltering, Alex wife didn't say you were the most smoldering she's an Alex was now he's talking about your mom. My wife went Billy, hang on a second, hang hang on a second. So I believe we have a caller caller there. Yes, I'm here. Here comes the president. Is calling into the show mister president. How are you sir? Well, first of all, I see that you have Billy Bolton on the show, even more of a commie socialist and his brother Alec, which I thought was unbelievable, impossible. Right, terrible..

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"baldwin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"baldwin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Birthday to your happy birthday to your happy. They James Baldwin Baldwin. He I love James Baldwin definite. He doesn't give enough credit that I think you know what I feel like for me, I can't believe I'm not talking about James Baldwin like we've reference them on the show, but I have done not done a full segment about James Baldwin. Oh, he's amazing. Just as a tidbit, you should check out the it's on YouTube, but he's invited to Oxford and he does a debate. Yeah. With the team four -firmative is it affirmative action or the plight of black people? Basically, I think it's the play of, I think it's the plight of black people, and it is amazing his word magic. He gets like a standing ovation at the end of it. He deserved it because he is genius. He's such a, he's such a genius for those of you who don't know who James Baldwin is not known any shaded to you, but welcome to the partee. For those who don't know who she was Baldwin is he's born in nineteen twenty four in New York City. He grew up in Harlem which swear I'm living right now. This new, his middle name. Middle name is Arthur. Oh, wow. Check that out. James Arthur Baldwin or James Arthur Martin were like practically twins. Yeah, I, he published the novel, go Todd on the mountain in nineteen fifty three and he got like you just he was the. He was capturing as the negro voice of the times I, he wrote Giovanni is room with she. Avantis room is huge. It's a landmark book because it was the first time anyone was writing about homosexuality in the way that he did well, like essentially pave the way for just gay literature, engaged stories being out in the mainstream. It was a very dangerous book for him to riot believe you wrote in the lift late fifties. I'm the I, I did a show called waiting for Giovanni. It was my first. It was a new work. We did at new conservatory theatre center. It was the first professional theatre company production I ever got to work on and they just had their east coast premiere out here, New York a week ago and a two weeks ago. And it was kind of a cool for circle moment for me because they're Tissot director from new conservatory theatre center come out, came out. The writer was out like, oh, a passing of the baton. Like I started in San Francisco at the show, and now here I am in New York trading that, yeah, yeah. Yeah. He also wrote essays on works like notes on native son, which Richard Wright wrote about the fire. Next time. He was really good friends with Lorraine hands berry was like in that time period, he was like, you know, a little bit ahead of like martinsville king and Malcolm x..

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