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Fresh update on "black" discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"California's Kamila Harris, who was sworn in as the first woman to become vice president Wednesday. KCBS political reporter Doug Sovereign says the inauguration went off without a hitch, bringing an earlier than scheduled into Donald Trump's presidency and a ceremony that was filled with hope. May Z. It was sparsely attended because of pandemic and security precautions, but the inaugural festivities were still star studded with Garth Brooks, Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga providing the entertainment Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor swore in Kamila Harris. Her hand on a Bible that belonged to the first black Justice Thurgood Marshall and.
Proud Boys organizer arrested for alleged role in Capitol attack
"Has been arrested for his role in the storming of the U. S. Capitol. A self described organizer for the far right extremist group. Proud Boys has been arrested in central Florida for taking part in the violent incursion at the U. S Capitol this month. 37 year old Joseph Big's faces several federal charges, including obstructing an official proceeding before Congress, the affidavit says. Biggs told FBI agents he had no knowledge about planning for the riot. But on the social Media app parlor he had told followers to dress in black to resemble the far left Antifa movement. Also
Fresh update on "black" discussed on Radio Specials
"Us, not on some of us, but on all of us on we, the people. That's the task before us the only way we'll get through the darkness around. US. Vice President Kamila Harris had her election to the nation's second highest position. Is a sign of progress. In many ways, this moment embodies our character as a nation. Demonstrates who we are, even in dark times. We not only dream we do we not only see what has been We see what can be way shoot for the moon, and then we plant our flag on it. Harris is the first woman and person of black and South Asian heritage to become Vice president in the U. S. President Biden quickly signed several executive orders after taking office mine reversed his predecessor's policies on immigration and lifted a travel ban on predominantly Muslim nations. He also provoked to permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline. Likeness land the brakes on drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Alaska Public Media's Tegan handling reports that the move comes days after the previous administration rushed to finalize controversial leases for land. Biden has directed the Interior Department to put a temporary moratorium on all oil and gas leasing activities in the Arctic refuge. He says the department must review the oil leasing program for the land in Alaska that's home to migrating caribou, polar bears and other wildlife. Bernadette, Demented, executive director of the Glitch in Steering committee, says the news gave her an overwhelming sense of relief. They just had like coach looked at, because he's tried. Everything I do is for our futures of Eurasian. At some Alaska lawmakers blasted Biden for trying to halt oil drilling in the refuge, saying it.
Ossoff, Warnock Sworn In; Senate Officially Democrat-Controlled
"Have been sworn into the United States Senate today making officially a Democratic majority. Here's a Nat sound of Vice president Kamila Harris wearing an Alex Padilla, who will be filling her seat as well as John Asaf and Raphael Warnock, from Georgia is raise your wife hand. Okay? Do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties. Of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you God. All right. Congratulations were not. He's the first black senator from Georgia so soft, the first Jewish senator from Georgia and the first millennial senator to be elected, and Padilla is the first Latino senator from California.
Fresh update on "black" discussed on KNX Programming
"Only the new president, but performers, including Katy Perry. Kamila Harris made history and becoming the first female black woman and person of South Asian descent to become U. S vice president. It's my honor to be here to stand on the shoulders of those who came before. To speak tonight as your vice president, CBS NEWS senior White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports. The president after taking office wasted no time in getting down to business is invited in. The first lady arrived at the White House, trailed by family members and flanked by Secret service. Inside freshly hung pictures of the new occupants already on the walls and a letter waiting for Mr Biden from President Trump. Because it was private. I will Talk about providing wasted no time getting to work in the Oval Office, signing executive orders and in construction launched by President Trump on the southern border wall, scrapping his so called Muslim travel ban. And re joining the Paris climate agreement. He also ordered a nationwide masking policy on federal property and extended a pause on evictions, foreclosures and student loan payments. The first member of President Biden's captain, to be confirmed by the Senate, every all Haines as director of National Intelligence, the first woman to hold that title. President Biden is promising an aggressive battle against Cove in 19. That's what California officials want to hear. CBS is Chris Martinez in Los Angeles, California health officials say a new variant of the virus that showed up in July but stayed dormant until November. Maybe what's been driving the surge there? Los Angeles County, the nation's largest, started vaccinating people. 65 older five vaccination Supercenters opened in Southern California, but there is concerned they will soon run out of shots. Administering of a certain lot of the modern. A vaccine was put on hold in California after some people suffered allergic reactions now, the state's epidemiologist says after a safety review. It has been determined that it's safe to resume using the batch of vaccine, which frees up more than 300,000 doses immediately. Re National Guard members are dead after a helicopter crash in western New York. The Black Hawk Medevac helicopter was on a training mission. Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter says there were no survivors is a very limited initial crash light if you will, but there is debris fields going over what I described as a few city blocks right now. Hundreds of feet needs direction. That could be upon impact, or they could have been prior to the crash. We don't know that's not her expertise. Flags in New York State will be at half.
Proud Boy organizer arrested in Florida for riot at Capitol
"Hi Mike Crossey of reporting a proud boys organizer has been arrested for his part in the riot at the US capitol a self described organizer for the far right extremist group proud boys has been arrested in central Florida taking part in the violent incursion at the U. S. capitol this month thirty seven year old Joseph Biggs faces several federal charges including obstructing an official proceeding before Congress the affidavit says Biggs told FBI agents he had no knowledge about planning for the ride but all the social media app parlor he had told followers dressed in black to resemble the far left antifa movement also arrested in Florida thirty seven year old his use Rivera according to an arrest affidavit Rivera uploaded a video to Facebook showing himself in the U. S. capitol crypt during the siege Mike Rossi out Washington
Fresh update on "black" discussed on Levon Putney
"That sports nets lost to the calves and double overtime. 1 47 1 35 run out 27 degrees in Central Park Morning I leave our Putney more than just the headlines. This is WCBS news. Radio 8 80. It's 4. A.m. you CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago and inaugural celebration at the Lincoln Memorial featured not only the new president, but performers, including Katy Perry, Kamila Harris made history and becoming the first female black woman and person of South Asian descent to become U. S vice president is my honor to be here. Stand on the shoulders of those who came before to speak tonight as your vice president, CBS NEWS senior White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports the president after taking office wasted no time in getting down to business is inviting. And the first lady arrived at the White House, trailed by family members and flanked by Secret service inside freshly hung pictures of the new occupants already on the walls and a letter waiting for Mr Biden from President Trump Because it was private. I will I'll talk about it provide and wasted no time getting to work in the Oval Office, signing executive orders and in construction launched by President Trump on the southern border wall, scrapping his so called Muslim travel ban and rejoining the Paris climate agreement. He also ordered a nationwide masking policy on federal property and extended a pause on evictions, foreclosures and student loan payments. The first member of President Biden's captain, to be confirmed by the Senate. Every all Haines as director of National Intelligence, the first woman to hold that title President Biden is promising an aggressive battle against Cove in 19. That's what California officials want to hear. CBS is Chris Martinez in Los Angeles, California health officials say a new variant of the virus that showed up in July but stayed dormant until November. Maybe what's been driving the surge there? Los Angeles County, the nation's largest, started vaccinating people. 65 older five vaccination Supercenters opened in Southern California, but there is concerned they will soon run out of shots. Administering of a certain lot of the modern. A vaccine was put on hold in California after some people suffered allergic reactions now, the state's epidemiologist says after a safety review. It has been determined that it's safe to resume using the batch of vaccine, which frees up more than 300,000 doses immediately. Three National Guard members are dead after a helicopter crash in western New York. The Black Hawk Medevac helicopter was on a training mission. Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter says there were no survivors. It's a very limited initial crash site, if you will, but there is debris fields going over what I described as a few city blocks right now. Hundreds of feet needs direction. That could be upon impact, or they could have been prior to the crash. We don't know That's not our.
Trump Grants Clemency to Stephen Bannon and Other Allies Just Before Biden Becomes 46th President
"Hope you are. It is Inauguration Day. The new president has been officially sworn in. Joe Biden is now the President, United States and Kamala Harris is the vice president and we had a chance to hear some remarks from the from the New bank. It's hard to say it, but the new president Joe Biden today. And I thought his remarks were largely good. I was really anxiously waiting to see if he would specifically reference President Trump. He did not, and if he would reference the maybe not even with such specificity but recognized The fact that parent medically 75 or so million people voted the other way. Um, and then just let them know that. Yeah, it's a good time to look at why people were motivated Tol boat in the matter which they did and try to address those Those issues that motivated people that got people to be so involved, But there was it wasn't explicit on it. By the way, we've learned that the president Trump did. Leave the traditional letter in the Oval Office desk for incoming President Biden. President Biden did indicate that it was that it was generous, but would not reveal the contents of the note. Until they dedicate an opportunity to speak with President Trump. Make sure that that was okay. So that zlook promising, I think, But what about a couple of things that we're gonna look a little bit out? Pardons and commutations that President Trump has signed on his way out. I always hate that. I just There's a rare occasion. I think where somebody is really, truly been. Abused by the justice system on and there's an opportunity to, uh to commute or pardon in that case, but I think it's overdone and I never like it. Regardless of who it is. This tradition has happened. I think with every departing president my lifetime But among the people that were partner, there was some question on it. Steve Bannon and Bannon who looks I mean, just a prime official look, appears to have been involved in fraud scheme to separate people from their money. Based on a promise that that contribution would go toward funding the border wall when that wasn't the case. And then, of course, a couple of rappers little rap. I'm sorry, Little little Wayne and Kodak Black. I don't think about those individuals, but I do know that Their cases involved firearms and won the a felon in possession of a firearm. I'd prefer that person did their time. But there's ah some pretty graphic information and describing some of the things that they have done. I think in each of their cases in terms of philanthropic efforts, good causes, and that's that's great. I think that should be encouraged. But You know, I'm very much inclined to support the BA concept of violate the law. You pay the consequences for it, period
Fresh update on "black" discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Hey i wasn't aware of. The answer. is jay to the book pat. Thank you just want to say that. I'm well respected industry. Don't worry i have a problem. I know who to call me. We handle everything so you guys all know. Today is a great day. Yeah curation day. Trump is how you know i. You know i'm happy. Trump is gone. We're going to see what. Joe goodall joe's do for us and we don't z. For blacks stash your opinion every time every time laugh every time every time i see what happens every time that got him in there and barbara black belt got him in the first time with barat on the shoulders of a black man to in here now. A return the favor joe. I mean and return the favor it'd be safe to say that The five out of ten times not out of ten times everytime sean came up with something said with factual that it came to this is a yes or no. Thank you now. How many times has our beloved over there. The with all her conspiracies and all these assumptions and all these things. How means house have any of this. That she said throughout the is have come true. Takes time not one of them. Forty call her diction not. This government had not one shot was be complacent. I didn't say that not one time. Has this young lady sit over there on that side of the desk. Anything she said has come through nothing but she over there barking over there about. What's the rice for the government or not all. I'm saying this woman. She's a lot of talk over there hump through six. No facts come through to come through. He laughed earlier today. He left about now. Trump forty fives clerides headed on his way to mara with his wife and family on his way out. He took sweeping clemency action during his final literal. Final hours office issuing seventy-three pardon and seventy commutations and i looked up. Commutations are like i. Guess if you're if you have a sentence you can get it lessened For something else pardons where you're free of that. The vast majority of the people on trump's clemency people whose cases have been championed by criminal justice reform advocates including those serving lengthy sentences for low level. Offenses there was steve bannon. Who was actually the last one. Granted a pardon from trump. He's trump's former. Strategist and political hype. Man who's pleaded not guilty to defrauding donors through a border wall fundraising campaign. that basically. That's what they were doing. They weren't using the money for that right. Several others donors and allies got pardons or commutations as did rappers little wayne kodak black Little wayne pleaded guilty to gun charges in florida but trump decided to part him. Because you know he's one of his friends. I guess Kodak black expected to beginning a commutation. He's currently in jail right now for a bunch of other things immensely anything so his sentence could be lowered. The president himself or any of his family members he did not grant pardons to. He still has until twelve o'clock noon to make those happen if he wants. The questions are lingering over whether trump is even allowed himself. Short to show saint barbie. Good morning. good morning this mall and you say marlon hold on hold on hold on a dark forty five good written my friend bravo. We're not talking to you. The the nautilus is forty-five goodwill's my friend. You know you could get your partner and everything else you concentrations whatever you call it goodbye done we get back. Everybody marlins on a phone ham island morning. good morning. God bless you. This is a synopsis. You as a friend. We all know one we have so much love for. This is one of the. I'm who this is. This is one of the few responsible individuals that sending isn't of involved with If it wasn't for marlin marlin and then tara lee. I don't know what the hell happened with singer. Cindy you should be grateful that you have a friend like this around. You said i was on your mind. My friend man. Amen amen. no listen so i wanted. I wanted to call in. And i wanted to share with you know you people's that i new. I am now a patent holder a us utility patent holder for pollock but read so good news. You'll be darling. This is she's so this is. This is big news. Something i told you before. Said great job okay. So here's the problem with this road. Dry this was a barbeque. This was the problem with this. Cine knew about this great accomplishment and never you tell us it never told us anything. I didn't even know. Cindy didn't come in here and say. Hey sean let's we had an interview. Marlins man got a. Us we end up doing another way. We found out about out about was last night when we discussed picking her up and he barged in the conversation. Now listen i applaud you. How did that whole process. A us patent cine. What does it for. that's yeah marlin. What is for what is it for. Do you know no. It sounds better when you explain it. Go ahead okay. So obviously the us utility pay for a a.
Seattle Police Department investigating 5 officers for attending Jan. 6 rally in Washington DC
"More seattle. Police officers are now admitting to attending the rally in washington. Dc that led to insurrection of the us capital k. o. w.'s. Amy radel reports the seattle police department. Says it's now investigating total of five officers for attending the rally. The investigation will determine whether they broke laws or violated. Spd policies at a meeting wednesday of the city's community police commission spd officer mark mullins black and a member of the commission said these allegations affect his trust in his own colleagues outwardly. To guard ourselves against people who mean to harm meaning whites permit and things of that nature is unsettling to think that someone might be dying. You backing you up. That's doing that as well. Commissioner said they're committed to probing issues of racial bias and right wing extremism within as
Ep 128: Vice President Kamala Harris, Black Women and Leading with Charisse Jones, USA Today - burst 2
"Win senator. Kamala harris became madam vice. President elect comma harris the tortoise fear. The tiktok sphere the interwebs wit nuts. And there's a reason why she's our first black and female vice president elect an. She's first pacific asian islander. This is huge. What you say series. It is momentous and i think that when you talk about social media really good point to bring up is part of the reason that she got that appointment that she was picked by joe biden was black women coming together activists media personality saying we want a pay off our work right you know. We deserve to be in leadership. We're always doing the work of this political party and we want a black woman in that space and so you know her ascension represents not only her talent but all of the talents that came together from that movement to make sure that we were recognized in that way. And it culminates on this day. It's amazing because so much of what's going on in this political arena that led up to the elections and even there after because we had run off in georgia where black women played a huge role in moving the needle in some states. That weren't supposed to be blue. I think that's what's so interesting. Is that not only. Do you have kamla in the spotlight. Comma harris but stacey gabriel. Yes and all of those organizers who are getting that moment in the spotlight because it's so clear The role that we play at how deserved we are of recognition and being able to dispense power. And not just help other people attain it and so everything that happened after the presidential election. Has i think really made that clear as well absolutely. And you know the book. And i've shared it with you. Know thanks really centers on this other folks. I want you to understand that. What happens in the political sphere has everything to do with what happens in the corpus sphere. There is no separating it and you may say oh we don't talk politics at work that's not the point. It's the human dynamic and what we saw this political you know phenomenon that happened with joe biden choosing a black woman in response to kind of You know it was a large outcry from people that understand that time and time of gin black women have come to
Joe Exotic fails to get Trump pardon while Lil Wayne and Kodak Black are granted clemency
"Did you see shannon that so last night trump issued his final pardons. He pardoned lil wayne. He pardoned kodak black l. but he did not part joe exotic. I saw the end. Did you see that. Joe exotic steam. Call them. That he has a yeah. We're so confident that they were going to get the part that they actually had a limo waiting outside the prison to pick up perfect low scenario for joe exotic believes. He's going to get a and so they put this big limo ryan. Did you see the limo. Oh yes that's all the place the liberal outside waiting outside so for when he's released and then he doesn't get the part
Trump pardons Steve Bannon and commutes sentences
"And support. President Trump has pardoned 73 people and commuted the sentences of 70 others as he leaves the White House. The list includes former top advisers Steve Bannon, accused of fraudulently raising money to build a border wall. Also on the list. Rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, both prosecuted for weapons charges. And former Detroit mayor Columbia. Kilpatrick serving a 28 year sentence on corruption charges, not making the cut Joe Maldonado passage also known as Joe Exotic, serving 22 years in a murder for hire plot against rival and animal rights activists, Carole Baskin. The Netflix star even had a limo waiting outside the president in Fort Worth, hoping
Montgomery County, Philadelphia officials hope virtual town hall will tackle vaccine hesitancy in Black communities
"Virus, and at the same time they have a hard earned distrust of vaccines. Well, the Montgomery County commissioners are teaming up with the Black Doctors Covert consortium in Philadelphia, hosting a virtual town hall tomorrow. Trying to tackle that vaccine hesitancy. Our community affairs reporter Cherry Greg has the story. African Americans are three times more likely to get Cove in 19 than their white counterparts and the more likely to die from the virus. Yet recent reports so very low percentages of black folks getting the actual vaccine. So the Montgomery County Commissioner is black doctors, covert 19 consortium and local chapters of the end of the PR hosting an interactive virtual town hall titled Facts, Not Fear, Covert 19 Vaccines and the Black Community. They will share the latest vaccine. Research and information and take questions. Live Doctor, a la Stanford, founder of the Black Doctors, Koba 19 consortiums. She's on the panel. Her organization started giving out vaccines in Philadelphia last week, and here's what they found. Many people said African Americans don't want it. Let next doesn't want it. We put a link out on Monday and in one week over 8000 people Registered to receive the vaccine, okay over 8000 number of faith leaders and health officials that will be on the panel. The town hall is scheduled for 7 P.m. Thursday. And it's on zoom and register for that facts. Not Fear. Town Hall
Navalny releases investigation into decadent billion-dollar 'Putin palace'
"An investigative documentary by Russian opposition leader election of only about a sprawling palace on the Black Sea. It's thought to belong to Russian President Putin has been getting one million YouTube views per our ports of a So called Putin Palace by the sea first emerged a decade ago and have popped up ever since. So what's Alexander finally does in this in this investigation, he provides more images. He says it from Inside the palace, hey provides a three d visualization and he provides documents, which he says proves that the whole thing was financed by companies run by people very close to Vladimir Putin, basically from within Vladimir Putin's in a
Before leaving office, President Trump grants clemency to 143 people, including Steve Bannon
"President Trump is getting ready to depart the White House and head for Florida. But it's been a busy 24 hours for the president. He pardoned 73 people and commuted the sentences of 70. Others as he leaves the White House. More from kfbk is Mark Mayfield. List includes former top advisers Steve Bannon, accused of fraudulently raising money to build a border wall. Also on the list. Rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, both prosecuted for weapons charges, and former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick serving a 28 year sentence on corruption charges. Not making the cut. Joe Maldonado Passage also known as Joe Exotic serving 22 years in a murder for hire plot against rival and animal rights activists. Carole Baskin, the Netflix star even had a limo waiting outside the president in Fort Worth, hoping for a last minute reprieve.
Trump pardons Steve Bannon and commutes sentences
"Kamila Harris will first be sworn in as vice president by Justice Sonia Sotomayor shortly before 11 A.m. Joe Biden will then be sworn in as president by Chief Justice John Roberts and a last minute move from the White House. President Trump is giving pardons to 73 people and commuting sentences for 70 others. List includes former top adviser Steve Bannon, accused of scheme of raising money to build a border wall. It also includes rapper's Little Wayne and Kodak Black, both charged with weapons violations and former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick serving a 28 year sentence on corruption charges. One prominent name left off the list. Joe Exotic of Tiger King
Trump pardons Steve Bannon and commutes sentences
"Expected, The president took action during his final hours in office, issuing 73 pardons and 70 computations the vast majority of the people on the clemency list people whose cases have been championed by criminal justice reform advocates include including those serving lengthy sentences for low level offenses. Also on the list. Steve Bannon and several other donors and allies got pardons or commutations to rapper's Little Wayne and could act black. And, of course, Donald Trump. Still actually has until about 11 this morning, too. Issue more pardons, perhaps pardon himself or any of his family members. He did not do that. Although As we mentioned earlier. L a times story very interesting, noting that those do not have to be made public. He can pardon anybody, including himself, or family members and not Say anything about her, not make that public. So that'll be an interesting story to delve into Karen catty. Our legal expert has more on that we check in with her. On Wednesdays at well right after the 6:30 A.m. news, so we'll talk more about the whole pardon issue with Karen. Later on this morning
The President's picture
"Now back on election night in two thousand eight. I was sitting on the couch watching the news. My career in photojournalism at morphed into a career shooting weddings. Not because. I really wanted that because it paid money. Such is life and so there. I was sitting on that couch. Not working the most historical election night of my life. The crowd is reaching a million in grant park. The anchor said in washington. Tens of thousands of people are gathered at the white house. Some tv journalist explained breathlessly. And i couldn't take it anymore. I looked at the clock. It was eleven. I gotta go. I said to man where she replied. No i gotta go make a picture of something and so a jumped into my car and sped down a sleepy military road. And then i loved myself. Where would i find a parking spot near the white house. Isn't it funny. How logistics can be such a buzzkill aloft. Again you idiot. Forget the white house. Go to the lincoln. Martin luther king marian anderson. I have a dream. I figured there'd be thousands of people just like the white house was a ton of the twenty. Six as i walked up at tv crew was walking away. Nothing to see here. My fellow agenda said to me. Helpfully barack obama's speech from bronco was coming through the radio. My fellow citizens. I stand here today humbled by the task before us. Grateful for the trust. You've bestowed mind-mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors. I felt lanka wounded into a candid camera prank twenty-six very quiet people who gathered around a single transistor radio in the steady drizzle. Not even a mile from where tens of thousands of people were screaming. Their heads off. It was around midnight and was very dark in the rain was fogging things up on my camera. But i'm made some pictures because that's what we journalists do the next morning at six. Am i emailed gone you at the new york times. I think. I wrote something like election night. Lincoln memorial twenty six people in rain in the subject filled to get his attention. Five minutes later. My phone rang. i chuckled. The photo ran the size of a stamp on the op-ed page of the times. The next day better than nothing. I thought then some woman named connie email me i say some woman comically because i didn't know her at the time she has since become a dear friend but back in two thousand and eight two days. After the election of barack obama. She was just columnist. I didn't know saying she wanted to write a story about my picture and she was on deadline so i called her back and some guy named sherritt answered the phone detecting trend here. Connie really needs to talk to you but she's just getting out show. Just hang on a few moments. She'll be here so i talked to share it for five minutes chatting about the election and everything and having no idea i was talking to a united states senator email. My sister woman named connie schultz interview today connie schultz. I love her. She's on msnbc all the time you dingo and connie wrote beautiful column. Everyone was excited for me. The grainy photo of the twenty-six folks in the dark and the rain that i shot for no publication in particular was suddenly gaining traction. My neighbor republican joe crowley loved it. He asked me if he could give some to his colleagues. I made copies. Joe gave them to members of the congressional black caucus he also brought one to the white house event and gave it to the president and that photo got framed and hung outside the president's study for eight years and that's where this story should end except that in two thousand sixteen after donald trump was elected. The new president-elect was invited for white house to by president. Obama and my old friend pete souza took a photo of that man. Sizing up the president's study. Will you see in. The photo is his orange hair as he pokes his head in and his hands on the wall right next to my framed photo. Pete's picture is awesome and that's where this story ends except for today because i've been getting e mail after e mail from people who've gotten their hands on president obama's memoir and in his memoir. He says that my photograph the slightly boring one of twenty six people standing in the rain is his favorite photo from his election night. His what president obama rights. But i worry the my memories of that night night so much else has happened these past twelve years a shady by the images that i've seen the footage of our family walking across the stage the photographs the crowds and lights and magnificent backdrops as beautiful as they are. They don't always match the lived experience in fact my favorite photograph from that nice isn't a drum park toll rather it's the one i received later as a gift. The photograph the lincoln memorial taken. As i was giving my speech. It shows a small gathering of people on the stairs that's is obscured by the dot is behind them. The giant figure shining brightly. Here face craggy is is slightly downcast. They're listening to the radio. I am told quietly contemplating who we are as people. And the ark of this thing. We call
Trump pardons dozens in final hours, including ex-aide Steve Bannon
"His last day in office, President Trump issued dozens of pardons and clemencies. Not surprisingly, the list includes Steve Bannon, Trump's former chief strategist. Bannon faces a federal case accusing him of defrauding donors of more than a million dollars is part of a fundraising campaign. Reportedly aimed at supporting Trump's border wall. President Trump also granting clemency to former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, a Democrat. He resigned back in 2000 and eight after being convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice. He's currently facing a 28 year prison sentence. Also receiving clemency. Rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black who were prosecuted on federal weapons offenses, boxes, Marianne Rafferty. One noted
Chicago COVID vaccine: City sets tentative dates for Phases 1A, 1B, 1C and 2 of vaccination plan
"We've been checking in with local leaders nationwide. About all this, and today we go to Chicago, where vaccine eligibility has been expanded beyond healthcare workers and long term care residents. Anyone over 65 who lives or works in the city. But at the moment, Chicago's rollout has been so slow that the city's mayor, Lori Lightfoot, says it will take a year and a half to vaccinate the entire city unless the process is dramatically sped up. Get a better sense of what's causing Chicago's delays and how the city is planning to improve its vaccination process. Going forward. I got mayor life foot on the line. This is just a very basic issue off supply. We do not have enough vaccine from the federal government were dependent upon them. Not surprisingly, To get the vaccine in every week that we've been up and had our infrastructure clicking into gear. We've got less first doses instead of more focused oceans. That is fundamentally a problem. I've been very outspoken about this issue. I will continue to be as the change of administration. Comes into into play, but we simply don't have enough first those vaccines and it's holding us back and our ability to get vaccines out to those people who are ready, willing, enabled, enthusiastic about getting the vaccine. Your life that you mentioned vaccine skepticism as being another hurdle that the city is facing in terms of getting people vaccinated, and we know that particularly for black and Latino populations. That history of racism within the medical community has also spurred concerns. Is there anything the city is doing or can do to combat that skepticism in those communities, particularly Yeah, well, it looks that skepticism, unfortunately, is widespread across the country, but what we started to do before we even got the first dose. What's a really lean into our trusted community stakeholders in the black in letting this community that we've formed partnerships with this entire past year since of Pandemic came to Chicago. We've got a great network of partners at the local level through f U H sees but also other stakeholders, but primarily what we're looking to is black and let next healthcare workers, doctors, nurses, pharmacists. Those folks are really going to be. I think the critical ambassadors as we continue to go hyper local into these communities. If they people see people who look like them speak their language. Getting the vaccine and explaining why it's important. That's going to make a substantial difference. And so we're leaning into those networks and those trusted community partners. Your life. But as you know, one of the biggest tension points during the pandemic has also been the economic development or or lack thereof of communities that have been forced to shut down. Restaurants and bars in Illinois have been closed for indoor dining since October. After an order from the governor. You've been pushing for restaurants and bars to re open. How would that look? How are you going to balance those efforts with the efforts to contain the spread of covert 19 right now? Look, I think you know this. But restaurants and bars or some of the most heavily regulated businesses in any city, and ours is no different. They have taken and invested a significant amount of their dollars to make their businesses safe, not only for patrons but also for their employees and what's become very clear. Is that because the bars and restaurants and other places of entertainment have been shut down, people have covered fatigue, and they're seeking access to entertainment and other higher risk ways. Underground parties using hotel spaces then use that should be closed. So what we're seeing is a lack of compliance. That is placing residents Maurin risk. So I think that there's a public health reason why we should carefully re open our bars and restaurants at limited indoor capacity. But there's also clearly an economic reason to do that. We're always gonna lead with the science and the data, but what we're seeing across Our city is that people having stopped congregating, They're just doing it. Unfortunately and Maura and more risk here unregulated ways. We want to open up these regulated venues that are safer for people to congregate in. And where we can have some oversight over what they're doing, and then also obviously opening up economic opportunities for restaurants and bars and other entertainment venues that have been so hard hit over the course of this last
Why everyone suddenly switched to Signal
Apple sued for not removing Telegram from App Store over violent content and hate groups
"An interesting turn in an interesting case. Piece from berlin. Cider says the group coalition for a safer web and former us ambassador to morocco. Marc ginsberg filed suit against apple late last week for not kicking the messaging app telegram out of the app store. Ginsburg isn't just a former ambassador. According to his wikipedia page he served in a couple of positions during the carter administration before that he was a legislative assistant to senator. Ted kennedy the also worked on bill clinton's campaign and ninety two and al gore's campaign in two thousand and he's been a foreign policy and national security contributor to cnn cnbc bloomberg tv msnbc bbc allow arabia cbc and fox news as for the coalition for a safer web. The organization's website says he s w was a nonpartisan not for profit advocacy organization whose mission is among other things to promote new public and private partnerships to facilitate the expeditious removal of extremist and terrorist incitement and instruction content from social media platforms additionally cs w dedicated to restricting extremists access to internet infrastructure support companies vital to their dark and deep web operations. Basically what happened with parlor would be right up. Cs ws now. They'd like to see happen again to telegraph like parlor before it. Cs w argues that telegram is being used by hate groups and extremists to attack the capital further. The organization says apple knows that telegram is being used to intimidate threaten and coerce members of the public according to apple insider. There is also the accusation that anti-black anti semitic groups have openly utilized telegram with little or no content. Moderation by telegrams management despite the cs ws warnings and media reports about the app. Cbs w argues that apple has not taken any action against telegram comparable to the action. It has taken against parlor to compel telegram to improve its content moderation policies by not doing enough to moderate activity on its own app. Cbs w says telegram is in violation of apple's terms of service. Just like parlor and just like night. Yes they went there but instead of taking it up with telegram for some reason. They're taking it up with apple. Well they're taking it up with the courts to take it up without appleinsider says the demand a jury trial and asked the court to provide compensatory damages to each plaintiff and injunction to be granted prohibiting telegram from the app store until it complies with apple's guidelines and legal costs
"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
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"black" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"So they probably didn't get the wait the judge up for that one it was like he already pre signees. Let's just put a nation of Islam. which is what they say. They say the Nation of Islam was organized in a house which. was. Chicago heavyweight the nation. OF ISLAM TO NATION OF ISLAM CONSIDERED TO BE BLACK radicals at the time specific. I guess maybe still now considering not as much now feel I muff I would probably think my ANTIFA and. Some of these other organizations might be more radical than black Muslims because you know it's still a religious. So there's some conservatism with any gender rose. homophobe sanctioned in every about so but they were seeking black liberation and that was time where you know for Black America if white. America these steering grows. There was also like we will get guns and defend ourselves. Organized. They will not let you. We can't get organized shave mlk was organized. They was like we will get guns and defend ourselves. We will not let you beat us your organized and like we're not gonNA take you out. Like day we turn to other teak we turn these bullets right now I don't know how much that came to fruition but I do know that why people were super scared of them s o the Boogeyman Wade have turned black lives matter into the boogeyman. the Black Panthers returned turned into the Boogeyman. They are now doing that they were at this time doing that would nation of Islam. Islam and you'll house organizing. We gotta come here and that's the boogeyman. So She The, one cop comes in and starts looking around 'cause rubies. Let me speak to the cops. I don't want you have baby in jail and I'm like. Why Ruby always think. She's the respectable one that can like talk to these white folks. I'm like these white folks all racist girl. They learned that back in the second storage room right and and you you ain't got the right skin. Oh, right. Like you need drinks a potion i. Yes. So The one cop goes in but the the Lancaster and his henchman get blocked by the seal at the door like Christina right and someone asked me why. Did G. get coming house but not them and it sounds like is not whether or not you are monster it sounds like if you can use magic..
"black" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"This is black agenda radio a weekly hour of African American political thought and action. Welcome to the Radio Magazine that brings you news commentary and analysis from a black left perspective. I'm Margaret Kimberly along with my co host Glenn, Ford. Coming up Black Brazilians are dying by the tens of thousands from Kovic nineteen and from police bullets on the streets. Slavery was all about money and insurance. Collected their share of the profits in human flesh. And a black scholar says, midwives can help reduce the high rates of death among birth mothers and their babies. But first activists around the country are commemorating black August in honor of the political prisoners who are still incarcerated half a century after the crushing. Liberation Movement. We spoke with Jihad of Dul mid the chairperson of the Jericho movement and a former Black Panther party political prisoner who spent twenty three years behind bars. The Jericho movement is part of the black is back coalition, which this weekend holds its national conference where Jehad Abdul mid will speak on the significance of black off black August started in San, Quentin, George Jackson, and those comrades there, and highlight the armed struggle the very blunt then history of those struggles in and around this country, and there's a lot of events that happen to time. I'm here in enrichment even Gabriel, prosser in eighteen hundred net. Turner. Eighteen thirty two there's a lot of things that happened a lot of birthdays, a lot of significant events and so what Jericho attempts to do as many other sisters and brothers throughout the United States attempt to do is to utilize this month on the personal note collectively jaw strength fastly workout we study redo good deeds. We check in with one another and not that we shouldn't be doing this at any other time but we really. Accentuate that during the month of black, Office for the public is concerned we educate people we try to organize events so that people can become in tune with what it means for self determination in those type of struggles not to be afraid of that to recognize the political reality that we're in in the United States of America and the struggles that have in the past or reflective conditions at protests industry still fighting police violence racism. And then even further health disparities, marginalization impoverishment of our communities. And so yeah. So Black August is very significant to uphold the names of political prisoners and get people to know who they are to support them into develop to demand to free each and every last one of them. On the fundamental level, it's a struggle just to get people to understand that there are political prisoners in the United States. Jericho maintains a list of political prisoners. Most of them are from the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army. But there are also prisoners on your list who still languish in jail from the Republic of new Afrika and from lots of different kinds of movements. There are anarchists on your list. There are anti-imperialists on your list and other examples of people who have been put in prison because of their political activities but the United States government continues to maintain that it doesn't have any political business and never has. By India and this is just to show you how effective the brainwashing Dr Nation is even in talking about institutions, the remission or the lack of mentioning in context that Young Children Teenagers Adolescents get going through school students. Brother a friend of mine an attorney. Now, brother Ninety Mujaheed who you may know that he was on a talk show with me just capture what you're saying even in institutions not mentioning in putting in context this brother was he's a lawyer now in Philadelphia and I'm so proud of him. He just so much work and helping political prisoners in helping people in the community and he said that when he was going to law school. One of the cases that they analyzed was a case of Huey P., new and the killing of officer freight, f. r. e. y., and he said when his law class dissect it this case. The instructor never mentioned in there was no context whatsoever that he was even in the Panther Party and the social political ramifications surrounding this case the only mentioned that the technical. Lol points. So, even students have gone through that class didn't know about the Panther Party or who actually who we P. Newton was just an individual charged with murdering a cop and his other Raymond. Process Glenn in the build process and this and that. So even in these institutions of learning, it's just not by mentioning by omission let alone the blatant lies I guess. The point I'm making is that people are so ignorant in they're so invested in chasing the carrot in this materialist society it has a egregious effect on a lot of us and you know the whole thing like is counterintuitive. The whole effort is to make better your welfare. And your existence in this society but in the process of doing that you sell your own soul because he knows the United States become what it is is they'll has many as I said on the back of slaves, the blood of slaves, and we myself included by the German second talk about my car in my rental home in my yard, and my house is really really enjoy these benefits by the continuing exploitation of world resources and imperialism, and we have no idea the impact of our ignorance. We have the argument big black activists like academics, black people to recognize that we have freedom fighters I mean we're in the age. Glenn. Where we have cell phones, we can look Beacon Gruber anybody's name or anything in the matter of seconds. And we still don't have the context that's just shows how effective this materialist society has been just having those focused on how individual cells at the expense of our whole community and our very existence very propaganda. It's very fickle. There are no political prisoners, states and people believe it lots of comparisons have been made between the current movement which mobilized more numbers by some counts than any previous movement in US history and the movement of the sixties and the seventies well. That stands out as a difference between these two movements is the chance the slogans we remember the slogans that mobilize millions free Huey Free Body Three Angela. The Wilmington ten, three, all kinds of folks who were becoming political prisoners at that time..
"black" Discussed on Black History Year
"We learned in school at George. Washington later Ray tag on the against the greatest army in the world the British army, so he lives Ragtag Army. He overcame the oppression and the throne. He became president of the United States. Then he went home to Mount Vernon and live out the rest of his life. As peaceful country farm gentleman. That was the Mount Vernon. That they teach in school, especially to white children, the to might resist tyranny, and you might still survive. But for us. We had no Mount Vernon. They wanted to show us. If YOU RESIST WHY TYRANNY! Why depression you with that a? That's civil rights leader Robert F Williams speaking the truth. History is written by the victors. The survivors, the oppressors, the people own the printing presses and decide what starting school. black-americans are taught that our ancestors were docile. Shout like beings who are too incompetent to find a way out of slavery. We're taught that non violent protests and forgiveness are the only ways we can achieve our goal of liberation liberation that can only be granted by, but Netherland White people. On one end or supposed to celebrate the white so-called heroes. Of the American revolution, who used force and violence to stand up against British oppression and fight for their independence, but on the other hand we're supposed to feel no love for freedom fighters such as Malcolm X. in the Black Panthers and what about Fred Hampton the chairman of the Black Panther Party and legendary Chicago organizers of one, the first multicultural political organizations, the Rainbow Coalition. Amanda Tremendous, vision and deep love for his community, a man who was so effective death Bi Chicago. PD assassinated him in his bed. As his children. Slept. In December nineteen, sixty nine. Fred. Hampton has been dropped down the memory hole of American culture. Today on push blacks black history year we reveal the truth about how black folks have risen up against oppression, and why that matters to our lives today. There are hundreds of documentary votes find slave people in America. However only a handful of them can be classified as successful. We're GONNA. Take a quick look some of those. And then we'll dive deep into the most successful rebellion of all the one that gave hope to every black person in the world at the time the one that they didn't want US Nobel back then, and they damn sure don't WanNA snowbound. I'm Jay from push black around here. It's always black history year..
"black" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes
"On the list of history's great explorers too often, the names of black men and women have gone missing. Yet weather, striking out on their own or accompanying others. Black explorers and left their mark on land and sea. In even in space. In Fifteen, twenty eight. And African named Esteban was brought to Florida as a slave by Spanish conquistadors. When their expedition fail. The survivors explored the American southwest on foot for almost a decade. Esteban travel well over fifteen thousand miles. He saw Moore of the continent than almost any other people before. Listen incompetent. About four centuries later. Another African American explore. Would be one of the first Westerners to reach the far end of planet earth. Matthew Henson spent most of his adolescence at sea learning how to be a sailor. He was also quite interested in exploration, and found himself connected to Admiral Perry. Who is interested in finding North Pole? Hinson travels with him and they've made to the North Pole. Hinson had incredible skills and was recognized for those skills far later than Perry was. In the twentieth century black. Pioneers boldly explored even more daunting frontiers. In the nineteen eighties, the space program was very popular with the American people, and it became clear that there were no African Americans in the astronaut corps, so there was a push to recruit African Americans and in Nineteen, ninety-three guy in blue for became the first. African American to go into space. The second was Ronald McNair. Flew as a mission specialist in nineteen eighty-four. McNair even played his saxophone onboard. Sadly He died tragically two years later when the Challenger exploded shortly after takeoff. In Nineteen ninety-two another African American astronaut made history. It'll be making her first trip in space today and she's ready to fly. Mae Jemison spent more than a week orbiting Earth becoming the first African American woman in space. The Astronaut Corps something that Swiss considered quite a leap. These three African Americans were accomplished scientists and engineers they had passed through quite a rigorous set of assessments to become the first of their race to go into a place where your skills your intelligence, your courage and your commitment were all that mattered not erase. Contrary to what most of US learned in school? Not all great explorers were white men. These bowl pioneers were only a few of the African. Americans who overcame unimaginable odds and push forward. The boundaries of what is possible for black people.
"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"Work Ethic is all about being perfect perfecting the system. That's how I kept hearing these past two days. where he was just wanted to work and it just you know some people got to go out and have dinner every night and oddest stuff? That had the little team chemistry but Koby somehow did it without it. Definitely doing that even though he never did it. But it's just that wasn't his mindset his mindset was not the movie theater and watch a movie afterwards that's not his mindset mindset. You know and so but yeah met over the years you know him and Kobe had the little. You know little beef everything but they you know check everybody they realize that. Hey Man we got a squash that she'd do wherever it was gone so now shack is like a fucking uncle shit that the kids and everything man. No he is crazy so his post and he's he called himself up or niece Yup. GD was his niece. Coppola related related. was his brother. Do Yeah Yeah and it's just crazy so you saw checks Son Dude. Kobe sent him a text before his before the crash. Yes Kobe Kobe. Son Son checks on a text before a few hours before the crash and talk about what's up fam- and I guess Kobe's Check son responded ended but Koby respond. No it's crazy to colby was reaching reaching out the checks and then man. That's how close they were dude and check you know so. Oh I saw that video of Lebron coming off the plane. He was his Ballin movies as Christ. Yeah man and I saw were and he just beat his record. uh-huh Lebron just out in crazy fucking damn his daughter too. Many you see the pitches were him and his daughter was at the courtside here on giving each other vices and stuff you you know that reminds me of me and my little kid when I was growing up with her. You know what take you got you gotta you. He was all about his kids. Man Nelson Cruz like I said. Don't don't don't take life for granted especially if you have kids you know it's it I mean I don't want to sound morbid or whatever but you know they died together. Yeah they ed together and having together. That's a good thing but you know people out there if you got kids or whatever don't don't take. Your kids were granted because I don't take for granted you never know what's GonNa Happen in Dude. I don't I don't know man if if there's been somebody's on such a pedestal that passed away like this us all the NBA greats. Nobody this is like I think this is like the first time that somebody from MBA has passed away. Like I mean you've got what pathway known if he's like sixty six does I'm saying saying no. It was a fortunate accident that everybody's like Whoa. He died too young at forty one. He died too young at unfortunately. That's why it's it's exploding. So huge you just like Whoa. He should still be here should never happen and he should still be here but that was key. I didn't know he was fine. Like that man everyday everywhere he go. They say he wouldn't have topped her. That that helicopter Alexander helicopter. Yeah he everyday like instead of getting a two hour traffic just fly. Right above does in when I was in Newport beach a few months ago and We were stained stained somewhere and one of my friends or one of my friends. Friends said Oh yes he that house over there that's Kobe. Bryant's MOM's house. Oh Shit on a hill bill in Newport beach it was a fucking mansion in your fucking mom a mansion house but I guess he liked lived right there like like. Ah He lives in New York so he bought a house for her for his mom in Newport beach. Wow and he lived in Newport beach so what he did was fly from the Halacha or with the helicopter cupper from Newport beach over the ocean towards Social I'm sure to hear like a helicopter pad their pad on it. I'm sure he did do but I've ever his mom never ever. They're never like publicized. Their pro low provia. Yeah Yeah because I'm like Damn knows. I forgot. MOM bought him no. She had mentioned enchant. No she's overlooking the ocean and everything I was like you gotta be kidding. Me took care of so many fucking days that he'd done all the things he don't like WNBA women's basketball. He would just such an advocate dude of all that man of sports dude at an Internet. So we're like people just called on him like like if if you're an MP if you'd like a rookie coming into league and just WanNa talk to. Kobe keep like yeah give you advice easy. Just call me. Hey Man. I'm here if you WANNA practice. He flat their practice. which you those uh-huh public appearances at gymnasiums for all the all the girls all the little boys all the kids I just want to play play basketball? Yeah you know. And he's like you know I'll I'll show you. The funny thing is like a lot of people would never met this guy and he's touch so many people do. I saw people in new study at the Brian Gymnasium. The lady that She's a counselor. She works at the gym or something like that and and asked her on the news. You know have you ever met Kobe. Bryant she's like no met them but she's she was teary I do she was on news. Teary eyed not ever met the guy in but as his Jim in. She works at the gym but she'd never met him but just what he's done. Yeah what he's done touched. It's just what he's done man. You know we lost is a good guy and we lost a good guy. It's time to celebrate man. Thomas celebrate Kobe's life man. Kobe yell this for you. Baby this podcast is for. Oh you and Oh forget about the other lives lost to. Yeah we'RE GONNA end on this note we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA end it you know on and a guy to touch lives inspirational so much advice touch so many people in a positive way so if you out there like I say man Dan just you gotTa keep moving on live your life. You know God bless you Kobe miss you. The families again our hearts to your families and everybody was involved. I mean there's so many families have been touched by this tragedy and it's it's unfortunate and you gotta keep living people no matter what keep on living because like I say you never know your life can be snatched from you heartbeat. So just and that's the sad thing that's that's not. The sad thing is a scary thing. Keep on living because you don't know when the last last time you're going to see that one person you're going back. Oh No I wish I could say this or I wish I mean it's it's so random but but you know like I say man Kobe. You're in a better place in the families. That also adheres along with everybody. You're all in a better place and I know you're up there looking down like damn. I didn't know I touched that many people you guys did you know. Get things right in your lives out there get things right. You know not good spiritual but get things right. You know what you gotta do make things right jaw. You don't WanNa have to die and things are left undone all right. 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"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"They're so bummed yet. I'm sure they have. You've got the Brian Gymnasium. And you know there's really. It's brisk called the Bryant Gymnasium Dude. I didn't know that. Yeah I mean they had like a little vigil and stuff like got at the high school man okay again. I'm get deep right here right. It's like okay. You had to challenge her in ninety-six Right Challenger. It's like man with a fucker damn space shuttle blown up and shit. What the fuck you remember? Do you remember where you was when that Challenger I was in junior high we were all watching on TV too as you overseas Japan Japan. Yeah I would just just like what the fuck is this even happening like didn't really hit me right now. I remember why is sitting there and we just look at each other or like my classmates asked me if I was like. I couldn't believe how do you can you. I mean back then you can say what the focus happened with. I was like Whoa just disappeared. It's just disappear a quick couple seconds but it was such. It was such a significant part of our lives for something first teacher. Yeah it was a lot of I on. Ah Yes a lot of shit on that flight right. WHO's an Asian astronaut? There was a African American. Yes or not a teacher. I think that was the teacher right. The teacher yeah there were a lot of I that we're going to happen. And unfortunately the first shuttle explosion. Okay so you got you got that right so then what what happens. In Ninety six to Puck dies right ten would follow my dates here. So that's ninety six ninety six to ninety six and do you remember where he wasn't too died. I was when ninety six hours a single state and I heard that issue. I didn't notice shit. I went to Davis and then state Oh. SDS Yes you did. Yeah my known you for fifteen years and I know that she had no yeah I went to state and then I transferred to or I went to Davis and Oh so you was in college when Dot Yes and I was like Whoa. He gets shot. That's when we got an vegas. Yeah I was like okay. This dude is invincible because to Boston shop before for member he's been shot before an elevator. That's always a shopping. I forgot about this. I thought he couldn't be killed at periods. So what if he got shot in Vegas audits is going. He's he's GonNa pull out. You can pull out of it and do. The funding is back back. In the day there was no fucking twitter wasn't like instagram. And not like social no social like you gotta think. How'd you get the information you know? This wasn't no twitter. Nothing no social media and when I was at work when when I found out to Putin di do ours couldn't finish work. I was crying at my work station. I was just like hit. You hit me so hard like that's the first time I'm something hidden. That was the first time to something. Hit me that hard when I even know the guy never met the guy in person at all and it's just personally the emotional regardless how carried his life is just do touch me lies with music and everything else right the things that he's been through right okay so does ninety six so MJ. Two thousand nine thousand nine. So let's go about thirteen years twelve years later. That's MJ right. So it's like okay. Here we go fucking. MJ passes young fifty fifty fifty fifty one years old whatever he dies way who. MJ Jackson. Dude Oh what the hell okay. Okay so in two thousand nine Michael Jackson dies right so when he died is like that was. That was a mess. Here we go with me. He was everybody was he's like it was Dow was man that was horrifying Doodo so everywhere around the courthouse or around his home. I was watching videos. Do Globally everywhere. Were you go people just walking outside this crying this dude. That was a mess when he died. Yeah right okay. Let's go to two thousand twenty Kobe. So so do this is a pattern. Is like every pre contended thirteen years. Somebody's so significant that touch billions of people cherishes early. Yeah including Martin Luther King and all that stuff to like Martin Luther King died early heat. Free can change the whole freaking. I read on. You know what I'm saying. No I did some research on him. I was like well. I can't believe that's how he got killed. Yes seriously I mean I I do. I love history. I love right American history exactly and MLK was at a couple of weeks ago. Yup Martin Luther decides what the Hell happened with Al Happen. Do he plugged in the face. Of course he got he got on a balcony across no across. He wasn't even he wasn't even doing a speech. Yeah Houston he was just hanging out Yup young and some some white dude fuck and just shoot him. Yeah exactly but but the point is they're young in one day is like when they create this movement they have influence influence the amount of influence. It's like they were thinking they're they're doing all of a sudden it's like wait. What but see uh-huh okay? I like this is like a spiritual level here so I'm going deep because of the fact that these people cherish the create some type type of love that that that's been needed you follow me like when to poke died the rap game was going each other's throats and shit bloods and crips and oddest. Everybody's going at it left and right to pack and Big Day chain people came together. You don't say. MJ died fucking the music groups. Everybody came together. Say Hey it's time to do this and time to get away from this. Yeah Kobe died is like is time. There's going to be change. There's GonNa be a change a big change because he's here to create. That changed as needed for America was going down to two so now everybody right now is coming together. For some reason at disc- time was needed. This is the time to the AN. Unfortunately Kobe isn't here is here. And he's the guy that's like okay. Kobe digit job. I told the videos of staple center and so many fucking people their holy smokes really even even agreement due to grandma's grandma's going on man. Yeah we'll see we'll know I was watching the grammy's and they WanNa make you know th they weren't it was kind of like like a hit or miss with some of the people and there's like I don't want to talk about this I do about. I don't know how now do now. I bought no listen where he can with that first of all when Kobe pass the grammy's wanted to be all about. Kobe was the first thing those the free I wasn't like a hit or miss it which is cleaner. No no no no no. I meant leader like no. They made like I didn't even watch it but I saw like the beginning. It was like a huge right memorium yeah they had to change things up but for the moment they had to chase them things up and stuff like that but yeah but but the the funny thing is like I was watching the grammy's all do I was so down and out all the dude I could move off the couch and and and it's like when I saw two grammys. That's all I thought about was Kobe. That's all I thought about. Even they did a little nipsy. The nipsy nipsy hustle and Nipsy but Kobe was on and he just on a different pedestal. Man He's on different planets eh pedestal. Did you guys know Koby Mix. Because unfortunately the grammy's wasn't. It was all about Kobe yesterday. You know what I'm saying. Even though the game is happening people are outside. Not about the grammys. Their us how to buy Kobe. That's what I'm saying. That's my point. That was my bike. Oh my gosh nobody. Outside was well. Sorry people a smorgasbord of of Kobe fans and music fans so it was so so the intermingled and it was cool right. It was it was going to be honest with you man and I don't know if I'm ever going to watch basketball game the same because every time I see a fucking every time I see a game right now. Kobe is going to be right there in my mind every time I see a game. Now I'm not GonNa like it does not matter. Every time I see a game. He's going to be right there. And I'm I'm sorry it's it's sad to say and notice suspect to Lebron the Jordan's and all of them but Kobe. He's my goat copious my goat hall time. He's he's always been my greatest He's on he's on E.. All everybody's doing all these little comparisons to him but he he was mine man because you know we have so much in common. You know what I'm San so he's he's my goat in. He will always be my goat so but hopefully man like say it'd be watched Bosco. Take Awhile discipline. Take a minute this is GonNa take take a minute. The frigging Soak in because ups is going to take a while to soak in. It's not going to be a minute. He's GonNa be a while. Yeah it's GonNa be like I can't believe he's here he's here sure I can't believe he's not here. Yeah I mean it's it's going to be crazy. High can't believe he's not here in. I mean that's the whole thing like really really do your only forty one and your daughter and Lega said those. y'All I'm GonNa tell you right now. Man You mother fuckers out there man. I don't mean to call you mother fuckers but you inconsiderate motherfuckers. There's people out there man you know they're bringing up his past right there idiots man online. There's people actually wishing death upon him what he got because it incident to happen Colorado. Aw fucking manning okay so get a fucking life. Yeah so there's actually people saying he got what he deserved dude. What that was? That was ninety six ninety nine early long fucking time of year but really and people are like. Oh well finally do you mow what do you mean. Finally it fucking took twenty years or fifteen years when fucking finally they act like him fucking fucks they act like he killed like thousand people in ship at fifty two. I mean people you know everybody has mistakes. You know what I'm saying. You know life is life fortunate that he was on TV. Yes this shit happens. All at the time had people that you don't even fucking know every because he was a fucking celebrity. Now you fucking hate him. How the other people that you don't fuck in here that are fucking can cheating on our wives or whatever that situation was you don't hear about them? Okay so check yourself so so rapper. What's the day Michael? Michael rapaport right nights. So he He I saw on his twitter where he put up. A this fucking comedian. I forgot his name. Sharieff some kind of comedian. He did like a little fucking video of himself talking about. Oh Kobe desperate you got you know you did this you got that Oh fuck you know. He's he's blasphemy and Colby. What Yeah Dude? He recorded himself in Michael Rapaport. Put that shit on his twitter was like y'all need to do something with the dude right now. I wish I don't wish doesn't fucking comedian. They don't wish death on anybody. You don't wish death upon hitting me. Yeah this this kind of comedian are you. If you're like I wish he was dead to students crazy. He's a fucking comedian. He had put that shit social media. So yeah man and woman and I guess all social media where somebody else will see you know what he give reaping girl girl noticed may come up really motherfucker dude they act they act like they act like people out there can make mistakes and stuff like that and then in in rebound down from them. Yeah no life shit happens in life and if you die if you die I look at every you have to take take every fucking second of your life. Yeah you have to care about it. What about your family? Yes when me and my family is like every every time I talked to my family members by love you because you don't know if that's going to be a loss and unfortunately for for the for the Bryant family you know. Sorry sorry for Vanessa and the little girls. Yep The three three zero they said you know by dad you know and I hope best a Stephen S. That's a good point. Steve is life is too fragile to ignore..
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"Record with the ten. Now you into the math and not for the security discipline in good order institution. It's America's war on Black Brown. You that was Justin Austin Mujaheed. Kelly be speaking from JESSOP. Federal Prison in Georgia Aria. Holiday is a professor of women's and gender under studies at the University of New Hampshire. Halliday Co wrote an article in the Black Political Journal soul titled The power our of black girl. Magic anthems dickey Munoz beyond say and feeling myself as political empowerment. We asked professor how they just. What is black girl? Magic Black Girl. Magic is torn turn coined Blackish Ron Thompson twenty thirteen. It really became come social media phenomenon in terms of ways to think about and talk about celebrating celebrating black women and all of the complexity of our experiences and those thinking about black magic. I of Course With My Co conspirator Dr Doc Nadia Brown you want us to think about what black magic means on the lived experience level of young Black Women College Age women just you focused. John Millennial Black Women and on these two artists massage and beyond say and you put them into a political context context that many of us may not get explained to us why Nicki Menaj and beyond say have such political import orange and importance. A great question I think in the twenty first century where many of our conversations around politics are just use me over a lot a lot of different areas. I think it's really important to think about the ways. That music conceptualize is operatives agenda. It only has about James Brown or Diana Ross. Rosser people earlier. These conversations have been happening for a long time music so tuning Nikki Manashian beyond say in conversation with kind of longer longer history of black political empowerment through music. I think is really important to our discussion and I think some people may pause and thinking about why beyond Beore Nicki Menaj represents a particular type of political movement. But I think that regardless of whether we agree with them or not that they do represent event a kind of insult of black political commitments in the twenty first century. So that's why. The article focuses on those two women. Do speak of of these artists and others and their connection to black political mobilization. I know that the onset and her husband Jay Z had gone to the White House and hobnobbed with Obama on a number of occasions. But what's that got to do with political mobilization why think with that the JVM particular have had a lot of conversations. I've had a lot of money in Baltimore. Foundations that are particularly tied to commitment admits of black people and especially in black communities where they're from New York and Houston but also in other places like New Orleans and California and and all throughout the United States and globally. And so I think that Yon just what they've done you know with Barack Obama with other people they also have foundations and regular work that they do in black communities that extend to the way that black people I represent it and the politics of our nation but also in the cultural context certainly suddenly however beyond say could not be described as radical by almost any political definition. And yet you have her mark clump together in this together in your article with names like Harriet Tubman. Claudia Jones Ella. Baker Francis is bill. Diane Nash these Clearly on arguably radical black political mobilisers. I think that what what radical black politics means in the twenty first century especially when you're talking about how it's produced Within the systems of the music industry in Hollywood means something a little bit different and so somebody like Ella Baker or bill dying Nash. Kolya Joan of working outside of the system in a way that folks like beyond saying others are not and so thinking about the ways that what we might consider black radicalism operates and Kind of corporate entity. I think they're great examples of how they think about those things working together right. Everyone is my always outside of the Corporate context are possibly doing work that we can consider radical. Yes people would contest whether radical politics can be nurtured in a corporate environment armament right but I think that we have historically black people have been involved in really changing the landscape of black representation and black political commitments through corporate institutions. Right so even president there's conversations episode print court about how black and gold can be engaged with corporate entities As a political movement as part about human rights and so I think that going back to enslavement. Black people have always been taking it out how to participate hey in terms of the global projects of consumerism. And that's really the kind of relationship that I were trying to connect an article. We know that millennials selenium and black millennial women in fact everybody under a certain age are active on twitter. And you point out that black black people are disproportionately active on twitter. But you seem to recreate that activity with political mobilization it lots of stuff goes on in social media and most of it is not what most of us would call political. I think that something like the Movement for black lives or what's popularly known as black lives matter was both something happened in Commuting Center interest in Book Clubs and conversations with people but also happen on places like twitter. And so I think that rather than separating the two kind of distinct this conversation I think that they work together right because many of the ways that you know for example black men and women are being shot down to lean. Don't get popularized on social media and then you picked up by the news so it becomes a conversation that all of us are part of whether you're active on social media or not those things popularized and translated from the things that are happening on social media but also the things that are happening everyday life Charles in particular. What beyond say and Nikki Munoz represent in terms of this black magic girl or the Young Woman that we interviewed for this paper talks about you to Manashe and beyond on say in this particular song feeling myself were? They're both representing black women. Stuff confidence and women's in pirate and also the kind of underlying conversation the patient political messaging that happens in music and so many of the women that we interviewed say that they represented type of celebration of black girlhood and black women and that they normally see and other cultural products. Now you organized a focus group and specifically you were looking at how fruits grapple with blackness. Yeah exactly and so. We really wanted to talk to these college age individuals but think about how how they're engaging blackness advocaat's through kind of cultural and political engagement so you were trying specifically to figure out how these these social media and entertainment products and entertainment notables figure in with blackness a exactly exactly we're thinking about how those cultural products are connected to the everyday lived experiences of black people specifically in a very white environment when talked opted I predominantly white or majority white campuses again. I'm trying to figure out how cultural products that are. Certainly the product so the black culture and the black experience the enjoyment of these cultural products somehow leads to black doc clinical empowerment and how these young people felt that their lives were enhanced by these cultural products. While I think I import into again to connect the argument that we're trying to make my own the contemporary conversation with the one. That's historical right and one person comes to mind does it Kinda work look around cultural products in music but also around black identity like needed simone right so she was radicalized. In the conversation with the Civil Rights Movement with the murder made it ever other than right she starts can make music in relationship to those identities and those questions that she has and all black nays and so we connect that to a contemporary conversation around. How Black College students particularly college women identifying themselves with cultural products especially those produced by very popular black women like beyond saying making knowledge? It is really a conversation about their own identity development development and how cultural representation both encourages but also maybe directs them in different ways about who they think they are and so the question that conversation around those things and of course Nina Simone among many other artists of that era produced many songs with really deep political implications with beyond say probably her most overtly political act was the Black Panther performance. She did along with her crew at the Super Bowl well she also presents. I think music video formation has a lot aww conflicts particularly around post Katrina New Orleans and conversation around police. Brutality of black people should do in response to the police and as you already mentioned her husband. JV that for a long time. And so I think that both of them represent different ways that we might think about cultural products being related late to a political statement. And I think that that happens regardless of what it stylized something that's beautiful or stylized as in a way that particularly those centric or or something else by all of those things are working together in a video like formation or in her performance as you mentioned she's position Russian herself as a Black Panther. Whether you think shoot your movements will look like as people become more deeply imbedded in social media more connected deeply connected with corporate employed artists. I think that will see I. Have you been seeing Kind of both and approach happening so we'll see people like beyond Manashian other people More popularly having these conversations the stations in a corporate environment. I'm but we're also seeing people like independent artists like rhapsody or J. Cole. Who then became artist under on J.? I think the or chance the rapper who are independent artists having very political statement and having this conversation but they also become very popular. Because they're conversation. Is that connect to a black population. And so I think that will people these things happening in corporate environments in Vita them but all of those things are converging in social media faces so people are talking about chance the rapper. And they're talking about James Alignment with the NFL at the same time. And what those kinds of connections mean for Black Goupil both in corporate environments in your talks inside and outside your focus group. Do you get the impression fresh. It that these millennials that you been studying are politically serious in the long haul and want profound owned change in society transformational change. I definitely think so. The conversations that had across the board with young black people millennials or Gen Z.. Or otherwise that they really WanNa seem math and changes so a conversation. That's happening right now. Is that many of the movements around own and objectives of the civil rights movement particularly around voting rights housing segregation or kinds of things. We figured out kind of a positive integration. But we hadn't figured it out. You know the lady gap or educational opportunities and access on voting rights or any of these things and I think that the young people that I've talked to As well as bill beyond everyone is invested in changing the conversation so we still have work to do and I think that everyone is invested in the work that needs to be don for to. Everybody is in principle for voting rights but not everybody's in principle breath for taking billionaires off of their power pedestal or mind control of the police and other transformational changes right right but I think that black people young or old are open to those conversations..
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"The less liberal source owned ish into the right leaning, WalMart's Maltin phone Asian, so this is what really got my attention that these have attracted black people support, but block people support across the political spectrum block conservative liberal, some black leftists, and then, you know, the Ray of white folks as well across the political spectrum. So I think this particular efforts at black Celtics education is that the sort of just diverse array of political people in support of it is what has caught my attention or not in support of it. So the mum black people are. The league has come into favor of these schools, and he has rejected them. So, you know, it's an interesting tension, and what is wrong, and what is right with the idea that black male students need and educational setting. That's not dominated certainly by white women teachers, but maybe by women teachers who are black. But what I find interesting about the schools kind of conclusion that comes in the book is that to me the schools attract these strange political bedfellows. Fictional reasons? One. These Smalls are doing a lot of progressive anti racist work and these schools not all of them, but many of these schools also advanced agenda, that's quite sexist, and I think in sort of everyday political narrative, it's the temptation is to want to categorize in schools as good or bad. I think they're both. Right. So I think the good thing about these schools is that they held advance and spread the word and resist the kind of systemic racism. That we find in mainstream schools. What do I mean by that? I mean, that's not all but some of these schools, and then an effort to advance to the Afra Centric education that places emphasis on teaching black boys about African histories and African cultures. Some of these schools have made an effort to reject racist disciplinary practices, especially those that have affected black boys. So, you know, the disproportionately high number block boys who are suspended from school expelled from school place in SoHo special education classes, so I think this is some of the progressive anti-racists work that many of these schools are doing, and that's what I think we should be celebrating these schools at the same time some of these schools attempt to advance as anti raises a Denda through sexist means. What do I mean by that? I mean that these some proponents of these schools are do that. It's not just black or not oppressed simply because they are forced to learn recess classrooms. But because they're learning classrooms, for instance. That are hostels are that are not amenable to their quote, unquote, inherent learning meet. So what do I mean by that? There's a push among some opponents of these schools to advance the argument that boys, including black boys are testosterone driven and are in aggressive and physical and interestingly some of the same stereotypes that like block that. Right. It's really interesting. Yeah. And so some of the argue that thrown into the schools argue that black boys are testosterone still, and as a result there harmed when they are in for instance, feminist classrooms. What do we mean by that? They mean, they're harm. But in classrooms that emphasize verbal education or their harm in classrooms that are not physical or aggressive enough and the challenge without is there. Lots of girls, right? Who are a need a lot of motor activity in the possible and their lots of boys Jill so gone potential tika some of these schools is that they have bands not just sort of now. Narrow stereotypes about how children behave is a sumptuous. If you're currently behave this way, you're fully over this way. And I'll some of the schools also answers notion that one of the reasons why block boys need to be separated is that they're sexually distracted by black girls. Which of course, reinforces the stereotype of black girls and black women as hyper sexual Jesolo and also reinforces the stereotype of black men and black boys that's hyper sexual com- control, their sexual urges. So there's some small examples with this is a complicated. Mix..
"black" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"How much they help the cause of more leading black actors in Hollywood fully helps the cause we give it a black fist. We think somewhat helped 'cause we give a white palm thing. Sorry, guys, really smooth and help. 'cause at all you don't give it anything. Around the kinda three it. We're gonna throw up our ratings shit. I- legit. Don't know what to get. Two. Three. Shit. No good to and white. I gave it a palm. I think that's a good. I think that's what they give elective a good rating. This this. I didn't know what to give it. I think the renaming gave it a palm is not even because the movie is only because of my own personal dislike of certain types of people. Because basically like in my mind. I did. Why not because of the movie didn't make any money? You know, it was like I hate it. For would be way. I hate. I hate it. Fuck this movie. But I think that's that's. Hated him. You hated the character as a person. You knew that care real life. You would is this. For me, and my house my house in. I'm here for my grandson McGregor with. And for me and got house is. I don't know. I don't know. Why did it? I think it was difficult because it's like again, I think I couldn't break away because my mom was like, oh man should the world. See a character like this. Which is did they should hundred percent. I think actors heart just was like, okay. I'm sorry wrong. Sorry, isn't that? If I was going to give it a palm. I would have given a palm is because move may no money. Check a lot of more has been doing stuff. But. Yeah. But has he been leading? He did he did he lets slate slate shit. We didn't this year. It was okay. It was a last year. Superhero movie Indies also his inability to lead something I don't think that's on. I think the fact that he got well, I'm sorry. You in the middle telling thing. Well, anyway, I gave it a fish though, because. Yeah, Jacobite Amore is still kind of you know, he'd been doing stuff, and you had so many black actors in this excellent Brown and black woman director. I mean com. Yeah. So had to give it a a blackface even have it didn't make any money. And there is no there's not going to be black and tippety too. Which is sad. Are you said, no, not really? Yeah. I mean, everything you just said I mean like Jacob Latimore. This is his second movie. And I don't know if it's his first lead. But he does a great job in it. And you know this. I mean, exactly what you said black excellent. Specifically, you know, what I mean, like the the black woman director? I mean that don't happen enough in Hollywood, and it happened with this movie and also cannot tell you how many times I've seen in in the newspaper, which nobody reads anymore, but in the newspaper or in posters and flyers and stuff. Black nativities happened to that this church or it's happening that this theater or whatever. And I literally never went my whole life. And I just saw blackened tippety today. Anyone know why? 'cause this movie exists. So I gave it a whole blackface just old black are going to see it. Are you gonna see I would go see it? Now, I would actually go see this movie did its job. I'm a go. I'm gonna go give money to you know, some community theater somewhere because it's usually done a community came out two years ago that was to use the. Ago. That's okay. Jacomb more is the man. He's also he's also in a movie starring one of my good friends gully coming onto Twitter nineteen our friend, Dave movies. We don't know what we're doing next week. Now, the Christmas movie probably another. Yeah. Christmas or holiday movie. Refuse to do. I we do know the week after that we're going to review spider man spider. Wendy's. Bill could talk come street, technically the wide release. I think is the twenty first or something I think it's around Christmas. This chris. If you guys have other holiday movies. Yeah. We might be doing this Christmas. Even though these guys really don't want. All right. Let's do it shit. I saying this committed this on my SIS. This is so good. You can follow us at black men podcast on Twitter. Instagram, Blackman, podcasts dot com is our website..
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"It's great to see her again look pita awesome asea her back in action and i hope she keeps doing stuff yes she was great and the walking dead great in this movie she should be more movie all these careers i'm sure going to continue on forgot led you out you both already tanoto you your everybody knows his name drought all right latif hills thing on him out of this matter now and he says grades grade and she's going to be yoshie will she was already layer one she's going to be ready to play one now that she would be a voice because at that movies like mostly animator but uh uh anyway um so yeah six black this go out and see it go see it again i also come back listen to our pack has a bureau normally listen to it if you're white friend was like if you're black was like hey listen to black make edge up at hollywood if you're gonna listen to a review about black panther you know this episode better be featured on like seven blogs i'm not even joking yeah but honestly i get it but but for all your joy enjoy it enjoys joy this moment like this is this is this is lie some historic like yoho again i follow me on twitter hours legit like agassi in as many blackfaces happy since like november twenty twenty eight and i was like him shot out to all the movies that came before we actually didn't talk about what's the snipes at all my bad but like shadow to wesley snipes yes trying to get a black panther movie off the ground in the nineties before he earlier you know what i mean chateau wesley snipes assads up because blade was i know we always while it is blade hero but how we review believe we have you believe review play we are lovely blade is likely the blaze start late and spahn shout to both those movies they have platt marvel black anti heroes yummy here shut out on i'm saying this shadow to hair card you know what i'm saying because like because i hand car newdow lives.
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"Jeff in rassat thing is like some towns will like young black kids michigan by quin i realized i do this and i'm trying my best to nuts which are best in that like when i taught when i go to school at talked to like young by do or kizie column do what is called a young kids black men back black boys fuck is like we treat them like adults because the world is tough to them like in in in in would him saying this like why did i i take you back is like why did that i took a childhood away i made you see things that you should not have had to see yet are pushing a you you can't craft for your dare dead i even think about what this whole time arbor china's a boys and like i i see a young black here i'm a treat him like an adult was i'm like the world is gonna treat you like that if something happens you're you're gonna get trat like an adult hours allah and thinking about i was like i don't know if they intended this when they wrote the comics but i was thinking about black panthers powers and if the similarities between black this powers unlikely help like what black people have to go through like like his first most notable power is his suit which has made a vibe radium which is like this hardened impenetrable thing which is like this is what black people half they have to dawn a suit when they go out in the world so that they can withstand all of the pressures from society that they're getting so it becomes impenetrable becomes hardened you know what i mean but it's like and also it harden's you're out at harden's your exterior like you're saying it makes you grow up and then also they h he has his power of he absorbs the connectik energy and then blasted back gap at ten times the council a l and like yes so you get the chopa the angry black banner who is taking in the oppressor and then blasting it back out onto society he stronger the federal reflects that it yeah then there's like the brute force auto.
"black" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"And i guess that escaped his father the former black panther for thirty years or rear and so they were like you know we know where he is do you got he's oh late last guy we skipper that we live jurists given apart breath the first of their suv ours so we get to me we get to be the lowest assiri who is great and like they had this little back and forth eighty like he's there like i can't wait to see what alford you wear whenever he's like oh you need to stop perfect in your outfit for tomorrow night because he was like a your suits data and she kinda like should it on his suit and then you get brown when i say this next shot might theater went nuts be when they showed as shadow michael be joined us from behind and a cameras way back way back and as a slow push doggone somali dues a balance who like ideals wondered about data who is like i said when we were like how about is that mike labor and he's her when do that very and go mad murder like you've heard debts you are lagerald vick right in a thing is the one thing i liked about what they do it is carried and i'm pretty sure even get into it is that he was who brown like not even like her but he was just like educated black dude who grew up typically in oakland was not the best part but he was smart he was quicken and everybody else he was good it's me with a shows is that is one of the problems i have another movie and up you make fun of me because i wish edel movies there was movie we'd a nerve unicef marcus because it made me feel bad about m hurt dudes 'cause they made a mike dumb we know moves on but we're not gonna name but the seahawks don't know a movie attorney you know it okay the wonder one with the cat james them over to cat okay all there but i don't care i know you're gonna say.
"black" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Just talking about the money the other significant thing about the money is how many times we've heard from a hollywood studios and from the like the film industry globally platt movies with the black cast don't sell well overseas and they don't do financially well it's a niche market yes you can make money but don't put them on much money into it because again it has a limit to how much money you can make so the fact that this movie is not only features a black lead but has a predominantly black cast and is set in africa africa in the continent of africa and isn't about like slavery or the hardships of effort like it's like this is a fun superhero action movie the big blockbuster popcorn film that everybody likes with a predominantly black cast and it's too and the only and the two other white actors any circus i mean any circus is famous for doing the stop motion stuff but like his face faces not super feminism mrta mill and martin freeman is is pretty big deal but again like he's like he's not selling your move he's nuts you know what i mean larry outside when i know that that one truck that one trailer opens with the scene with those two but i don't think the bat i think that the reason that the trailer opened with the scene of those two is because of what was happening in the scene and not because it was like look we got martin freeman and yet anti semitic.
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"John henry luck james and learn drop billing inebriated the main k jumped luke maye all right welcome to black men can't jump in hollywood hollywood's sitter two two turn down to the pope upload our help and crap don't laugh luke pooped dr alpo approved now general john mm no food young welcome a black kids up in hollywood my name is jonathan bray lodge raw miliket is james the third all right we i we know that day we had that we all right do whatever is known today do you the weather fucking black pay the tires black panther happy i'm gonna go ahead ibm now we i'm sure where we have some new listeners for those of you who are listening for the first time wave bryn hail yeah you're panic on this podcast what you know it's okay 'cause glide path attack fared uk good grades had a right you pick you pick the rights are we we promised we won't go all the time oh i'm down in this whole whereby the seventy percent of the time and if you don't like that gallagher you're always ups just get this black go to another episode he already have our own nation hey need to get up what else yet we do just though to still you know that we do review films with leading black actors we talk about them in the context of race and diversity in hollywood how do you know we don't really know what are we we're reviewing a black blockbuster that's right what a majority black majority black hair well black director of black director wit hold on let me let me let me let me this is the part is crazy with a male black elite that's right but low key the black women yet might be more popular than yeah.
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"This is a head gum podcast the man dan we put on my glasses off your extra black and smart right now i so at hell extra black hilliard marsha blackburn glasses 'cause he's during this whole booth near the he's getting into it doesn't make any said he's likely on what worldwide grab everywhere in the world of akanda he's just he's into it ready all i know it okay this the i had a move i had a move my movie time because i had this show in over that i that i couldn't get out of and i was really annoyed you know i was going to see it in harlem uh with some of our other folks from astronomy club and i couldn't do that so that i would like all right let me go to that to the kipp spe i max which is not the real i max note which already got me mad but i was like i still i still rather see it in a fake max than like a small little theater unitary after you burn so here but uh i think mark theater was too small i think who jinjiang you had a reset all i know is i got there and because i later showing i got there and everybody else there are so many black people this isn't kit this is in murray hill is a white white aerial why y area eastside murray hill and i go out and walking up to the theatre outside is just a sea of black folk all dressed african guard asked about people got black berets and they got black bandanna because reputed just an all black people at suits.