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"black puerto" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"No shouting or grandstanding principles over partisanship the bulwark podcast wherever you listen and illnesses scene or unseen at military and d .a. hospitals because the family's love is the best medicine all of learn more at fisherhouse .org like the old song clowns to the left me jokers to the right here i am stuck in the middle with you big john howell back at three on the beginning and you know the truth the dan bungee no show very busy in the messages today on facebook you can always message me i read them during the break a couple of good ones kevin k s dan does that mean all the hunter biden laptop stuff laptop stuff excuse me blackmail bribery stuff is likely going to get buried and go away yes exactly what it means that's exactly what it sounds corrupt yet is that little more funny but not and sees them why do you say hunters white getting special deals case you know it is that joe was is black puerto rican jew with a long history as a blue -collar worker coal miner and truck driver i mean i heard it from joe dan yeah good point excellent point dancy and facebook great point i i i'm jim and i both have hat a hat tip to you brother i'd i rescind all of those comments work it's definitely not racial i mean he fits stories as well joe told us scam what a scam i got a lot to go anywhere i got their replacement plan coming up democrats on are working it right now none of this is by accident not the washington post piece not the recent gavin do some appearance none of this is by accident folks congress once again allowed itself to be pushed into appeasing the administration raise the debt ceiling for the seventy ninth time which could be paving the way for more reckless spending further are you in the dollar as a national debt continues to skyrocket how are you protecting your savings times like these were concerned savers like me turn to gold and i like thousands of similar minded people buy my gold from birch gold b r -i c h his easiest way to do it birch gold help you convert existing ira for one came to an iran you don't pay a penny out of pocket as brazil russia india china south africa banding together against the dollar you know what they're doing and central banks are diversifying the buying gold text bond you know the nine eight nine eight ninety three free information kit on gold i bought gold from birch multiple times there's no obligation just information with an a -plus rating with the better business bureau and thousands of happy customers birch gold can help protect your savings too text bond geno nine eight nine eight ninety take action today performance will vary consult with your tax attorney or financial professional before making an investment decision message and a great supply
"black puerto" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Is the number 8 four four four for the USA if you want to give us a call. He did it again. Biden was just giving a speech. The man is an unrepentant sociopathic liar. He can not stop lying. I use my words very deliberately. The guy can not stop lying. Jim does his thing that things that never happened. It's like this joke we do with the dark web stuff, which because nearly every single component of Biden's life, he's given in his speeches entirely completely made up. He can not stop. The guys penchant for lying is just, I've never seen anything like it. I play the thing and follow my podcast from her, but he's just talking about his grandfather. His grandfather died in the same hospital he was born in, like, two weeks after. Two weeks before, that's not at all what happened. I just sent this text to Jim. Biden was born in Pennsylvania. His grandfather died in Maryland the year earlier. Is there anything Joe Biden has said about himself that's accurate? The steal a Joe Biden lied Jim. No, I'm serious. No, is there anything he's told you that's true? That seems not a football scholarship. Fate? He was on an academic scholarship. Fake. Graduated at the top of his class, fake was the outstanding student, fake, he was a Letterman in football, fake, he beat up a dude named corn pop with a bike chain at a pool in 50s or whatever, fake. And he was in the bad dude. But we know, with that part, we've corn pop is real, and he was a bad dude. What else? He was a tractor trailer driver. Fake. What else, Jim? There's more. He got arrested visiting Nelson Mandela, fake. That he doesn't have hair. Okay, that's a different story. All together. Betty didn't know anything that his house caught on fire was a big fire in his house. It was like a little thing they put out like minutes. Bet he had no business dealings with his son. This is my voicemail. It looks like we're in the clear right now. My grandfather, oh, yes, good one. Jim, yes, he was an integral member of the civil rights movement, was raised by both simultaneously the black Puerto Rican and Jewish community and on the weekends. He did nothing but go to religious services. Saturday night, he went to synagogue, Sunday morning. He went to mass, and then the black church he went to the black church for massive. This guy spent 7 hours in religious services on the weekend. Folks, did he, come on, man. Do you believe that? I love going to church. I love it. But I don't go to church to then sit there and go to church again later. Okay, I'm here for round two. Jesus said break, Brad with me. That's what you do. He didn't say you have to do it twice in the same day, but Biden was in religious services all weekend. And that's not a joke. Let me tell you. That makes this whole thing even funnier. This whole idea that Biden's now getting back in the race as of today. I wanted to read you one more thing, no. I didn't go back to this. This Tucker story, but the media is just the clowning of themselves in the media. It's just a joy to watch, man. It's just a joy to watch. So The New York Times, they have this email list and I'm on it every morning because I love to see how the clowning is going to go on any given day. It's kind of glorious for me to watch the whole thing, right? So The New York Times put out that he puts out an email from anybody German Lopez, he sounds like a very serious individual. I don't know if it's a woman or a guy, but it doesn't matter. New York Times doesn't know what a woman is anyway. So it doesn't make a difference. They have this theory about why Tucker Carlson was so popular and it's hilarious. They said he tapped into white viewers, Jim, white viewers. And their fears over the country's changing racial demographics oh my gosh. That's how we did it. I don't remember hearing any of that, but whatever. It's a New York Times. And they say it fueled Donald Trump's rise in the 2016 election. Oh, interesting. Then they note Tucker would regularly focus on the notion of the great replacement theory, a racist conspiracy theory that claims elites are importing obedient migrants to disempower native born Americans. Now, German Lopez is writing this in The New York Times. Clearly, German Lopez doesn't read the actual New York Times because there's a 2018 article in The New York Times called we can replace them by Michelle Goldberg, discussing the exact thing she says is racist. These people are so dumb. They don't even read their own paper. It's right there. Watch my podcast and if you want to see the link in the title. You can go to a search engine and put it in now. Michelle Goldberg, October 29th, 2018, we can replace them, where The New York Times is writing an article about plans to replace voters. They don't like, and then yesterday or this morning, excuse me, they're saying, Tucker's a racist for discussing the left plans for a great replacement, a racist conspiracy theory. Where did he get it from? The New York Times? Because it's right there in your newspaper. People are stupid. You understand why I have such
"black puerto" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"They look like there was a time especially on the education committee where there was deep bipartisanship and the staffers were in relationship with each other. Deep deep relationship. Which means what you're like texting or you're getting lunch shore you. Yeah the happy hours dinner. You are in relationship. The reason why that's important is it. I see it happening in our politics. Overall that the other political party is not your enemy. The other political party is your conduit to getting a law passed. We're never going to be a one party system in our country. But i remember even advising some staff who had real difficulties like it's your job to go have lunch with this person. Go find out what they are what they believe. Where did they grow up. Who are they married. Do they have children. what makes them tick. What wakes them up in the morning. Once you understand someone then you can negotiate with them on a very different level then like will you just don't know what you're talking about like that doesn't get you very far. So those were the ways in which we were in deep relationship. Ben you could really say okay. Here is the goal of our policy. Tell me the goal of what you want to see in this law and once you've established goals then you work your way back about what you can negotiate laws or like thousands of pages and as you're going through them you have to ground them in data research so there's a lot of back and forth but it should always be grounded in the facts as opposed to the sort of perception of things that you just give a masterclass negotiations that i will be bringing to something as inconsequential as what. We're going to have for dinner tonight. But all the same i appreciate. I'm serious because these things do impact our lives right. They impact the schools that we send our children to they impact the taxes. We pay the impact. The health care we have access to and it's all living in thousand page documents with hill. Staffers who were trying to get things done with oftentimes very little time. So how did you ultimately. Pull yourself out tom. Harkin was the chair of the committee at the time announced that he was retiring in january of twenty thirteen and when he announced his retirement. I remember you know walking back to my office. Getting on the phone with my older sister. Who'd been here in. Florida since two thousand four to your point i went to a fellowship and i thought i wanna do this for nine months and then i'm going to go do something else and i was in. Dc for twelve years. And i remember calling her and being like my boss is retiring and so am i. I'm finally moving to florida. And i think i could have easily been sucked back in. If not for the fact that ten months later i met the man. Who's now my husband who was splitting his time between dc and miami and then it made that future even more real. It was like oh that. I put something into the universe and now the universe is aligning things to make that happen as i was leaving. Everyone's like wait. You're not going to the administration after tom. Harkin retires. wait wait. You're not gonna be going where you're going to move to florida but i knew for me that my next phase was about teaching others to fish. I just knew that. I felt that instinct. Surely i've done it. I feel good about the things that i've done. I've touched some laws. I know. I've made good impact but one person is not enough and we need like every leader thinking an equitable ways. We need leaders of color. We need more leaders that are rooted in educational inequity and rooted in community solutions and not policy happening to them but happening with them. And so how do i bring those values and that sort of leadership model to more people. Am i remembering incorrectly. That you are part of a black sorority. I am yes i am. A member of zeta phi beta sorority. Which just made a hundred years last year. Congratulations talk to me about the role that that has played in your life interesting. Given the the present conversation around lepe lebanese and anti blackness in the latino community and so many other topics and conversations and black lives matter and so many things that have happened over the last year. The does go back to sort of how i grew up in. I grew up in a house where my mom is dominicana. My mom is pretty fair. She's your complexion My father is a black. Puerto rican and looks like richard pryor so. I grew up in a house like literally. My dad looks like try and i. I grew up in a house where this was true and it was all under like. We're latinos like puerto rican and dominican. Like what are you talking about. When i looked around and sororities in college. That is what i gravitated to both. From the historical perspective the members that were there were people that spoke to me a lot of the munich. Ghana's import kenya's were a member of my sorority. But also because i knew at nineteen my minor in college was african american studies. Latin american the caribbean right. Like i studied myself enough to know like we are a mixture of all of this and all of this is a part of me and i am not going to sort of compartmentalized myself but would it differ me at nineteen was the deeply grounded me in disipline. A deep deep respect for the historical context of the black community in the united states. And what that community is who. They are amazing leaders. Zora neale hurston is zeta right like just such amazing contributors to america that has come from the community and the privileged that it is to be a part of that history through the story in the world. Do you get coated as black no. Interestingly enough i get the. I have literally been told to my face. What are you. You're culturally ambiguous. Said this to my face. It depends on where i am in the country and whether or not it's winter or summer i wear my hair curly in the heat and i blow my hair out in the winter. Not for any other reason than the practicality of being a new yorker like in the snow. You're not walking outside with your hair wet. So when my hair's below now i might get. Oh are you. are you half black half white. i'll get some of that Or are you black right. I'll get some of that. My hair is curly. People are like what are you. I have made a choice to always say. I am latina and it is so grounded in i will not concede the word latina to be centered whiteness. So then i them in other myself by hyphenated the word lucky enough to say apple. I am censoring the word. Lappy night in a mixed race people. I'm super proud to be black. I'm super proud of the blackness in me. The word latina is a mixed race people. And when i walk into a room and i say latina people look at me like oh. She's black yes and that too is lengthy. now we can't let ourselves as a community yet defined before even walk into a room and there were somehow treated differently because we don't look like what people think we should look like on both sides of that spectrum by the way. Because i also have lucky enough friends who are like blue eyed and blond and get same treatment from other latinos who are like really. You're lucky enough right so we do that to each other. Which is really unfortunate. Identity is a deeply personal experience and we have to not project our stuff onto other people. And how do we make space for who someone's lived. Experience allows them to show up as. That's the work if you don't do that you're negating their experience to your benefit. I think i moved this back to my social work training right. Like whenever you're with a client you start with a client is you. Don't start where you want them to be. You start where they are. What is their lived experience. What do you know. And then you find strengthen that and the you build on that strength to where you can help that person to be in a healthier place. Mildred thank you so much.
"black puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Medical treatment. Legal representation at parole hearings, religious freedom. And a living wage for the work they were doing behind bars. People in here are treated like dogs, not only black, Puerto Rican, the black and white right now, and I will want to know. And we're gonna stick together. We don't get what we want, or we gonna buy here for men. Three inmates, and one guard had already died. So on day two of the rebellion, a group of three dozen civilian negotiators were ushered into the prison. In the hopes that further bloodshed could be avoided. We went from like a demilitarized zone, David Rothenberg says. Now, he felt completely unprepared for the task at hand from the outside zone to where inmates were With towels over their face. First sting us asking us who we are and letting us go in. It was rather ominous. The heavyweights where New York Congressman Herman Video Clarence Jones, the publisher of the Amsterdam News reporter, Tom Wicker of The New York Times and the noted civil rights attorney, William Counselor, he was Quite a presence, even in the yard, confident Clearly spoken and certainly not inflammatory, but not without a reasonable amount of concern even to counselor when you're in there, and you're aware that there are State Guardsmen with rifles. It's scary. Ron Kuby was just a teenager at the time, but would grow up to be counselors protege in his civil rights law firm consular repeatedly stated. That as far as he was concerned, looking back on what happened at Attica, the issue always was time continue to talk and that things could be worked out. But the clock was ticking. Franklin Zimring is a professor of law at UC Berkeley. Certainly the last thing that prisoners would have wanted to do was to harm citizens that they had recruited into the center prize. In a way that would make them blameworthy and untrustworthy in any future prison disorders settings. So what you had to worry about was much more Overreactions by the authorities, which is exactly what happened. The question is Was a forcible intervention inevitable. Yes. Did it have to result in that much death and destruction? Probably not..
"black puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Legal representation at parole hearings, religious freedom. And a living wage for the work they were doing behind bars. People in here are treated like all not only black, Puerto Rican, the black and white right now, and I don't want to know that we don't speak together. We don't get what we want, or we gonna buy here for men. Three inmates, and one guard had already died. So on day two of the rebellion, a group of three dozen civilian negotiators were ushered into the prison. In the hopes that further bloodshed could be avoided. We went from like a demilitarized zone, David Rothenberg says. Now, he felt completely unprepared for the task at hand from the outside zone to where inmates were With towels over their face. First sting us asking us who we are and letting us go in. It was rather ominous. The heavyweights where New York Congressman Herman Video Clarence Jones, the publisher of the Amsterdam News reporter, Tom Wicker of The New York Times and the noted civil rights attorney, William Counselor, he was Quite a presence, even in the yard, confident Clearly spoken and certainly not inflammatory, but not without a reasonable amount of concern even to counselor when you're in there, and you're aware that there are State Guardsmen with rifles. It's scary. Ron Kuby was just a teenager at the time, but would grow up to be counselors protege in his civil rights law firm counselor repeatedly stated. That as far as he was concerned, looking back on what happened at Attica, the issue always was time continue to talk and that things could be worked out. But the clock was ticking. Franklin Zimring is a professor of law at UC Berkeley. Certainly the last thing that prisoners would have wanted to do was to harm citizens that they had recruited into the center prize. In a way that would make them blameworthy and on trustworthy in any future prison disorders settings. So what you had to worry about was much more Overreactions by the authorities, which is exactly what happened. The question is Was a forcible intervention inevitable. Yes. Did it have to result in that much death and destruction? Probably not. But when we came in the first person.
"black puerto" Discussed on American Scandal
"Someone who could help bring an end to the standoff. There's an excited commotion near by that. You mean only one thing. Bobby seale is approaching. Bobby seale is a famous civil rights activist. He co the black panther party. The revolutionary group calling for justice for black-americans. He's one of the most powerful and respected activists in the world and consular represented him alongside the other defendants in the famous trial of the chicago. Seven so when the door opens and seal ladders consular is ecstatic body. Got you made it. Well don't start thanking me. Yeah you could make a huge difference here. That's why i was hoping you come. We'll see we'll see what's what's the issue down kidding me. Bill look around. I can't do anything here. Only came because it would look bad. If i didn't that's not true they'd be made see us an inspiration. You can really help. How could i possibly do that you could. You could get them to give up control of the prison. You telling me you want them to surrender but look we can still get concessions. We have an offer for real changes at the prison. And we'll get those changes made for now. We need to focus on. The safety of the nights may have to end this thing. What about amnesty consular dips his head so far off the table. We do have a letter from the da. He will allow any kind of mass reprisals. Bill you've got to start with him sti otherwise those guys man they just spend the rest of their lives locked up in solitary getting beaten to death by guards all because they stood up for themselves. Amnesty cannot be off the table. I'm with you bobby. You look you know me we work together so you know what i stand for. We're gonna win this even if we don't get everything we want bill. You're not gonna win anything. You're not dealing with prison full of white guys. Those men are black puerto rican. You know what that meets. There's nothing any of us know how the story ends man consular stares at seal. He's witnessed seal get angry. Get worked up. But he's never seen the leader of the black panthers jaded and cynical just then the door to the room swings back open revealing several police officers in the hallway. One of them steps forward and says it's time going to escort seal out to the prison yard so he can speak with. the inmates. see all turns to follow the officer with our expression on his face as the door closes consulate remained standing place crestfallen. He wanted to bring the inmates an icon of hope. Someone who could persuade them to do the right thing but instead he may have brought them the wounded man who's convinced that hope should be abandoned ten minutes later rishard x. clark bounds across the prisoner propelled by a wave of adrenaline. Hasn't felt this accelerated since long before he went to prison harshest receive word that a national celebrity has come to join their fight. Bobby seale leader of the black panthers and a brilliant and fearless political activists. The national newspapers have already been covering the uprising but with seal by their side. The inmates are sure to get more attention. They'll have powerful ally one who can help them fight to reform. The prison clark reaches negotiation tables. That have been set up in the prison yard luminated with bright lights and on the table. Top a microphone sits connected to an amplifier. Everything's set for seals arrival. Clark looks around at the other inmates in their faces. He can see. They're all drained of energy tired lacking faith so clark begins circling the yard telling everyone to head over to the negotiation tables. Some men shake their heads. Said they'll head over sometime later. When clark explains that bobby seale will soon be joining them. The inmates eyes light up. They drop what they're doing quickly make their way across the yard by the time. Bobby seale's entered the yard. A huge crowd of inmates has gathered clark watches. All seal is tall and lean with a short afro in a series demeanor. He looks just like clark hoped he would and embodiment of strength and black pride. As seal approaches the negotiation tables dozens of prisoners begin to chant the slogan of the black panthers power to the people seal picks up the microphone cases across the yard but when he lifts the microphone to his seals. voice is faint. It sounds like he's only muttering when he replies power to the people. Clark looks around nervously. Maybe microphone is broken. But the amplifiers hissing and whining with feedback and clark realizes they don't have a tech problem. The issue is that seal is speaking to quietly. Seal is also looking away avoiding eye contact with the men in the crown as they quiet down. Seal says that. He wanted to speak to the prisoners earlier what he couldn't for various reasons. Then seal pauses for a long moment and says that apparently the state is making the prisoners and offer. The government wants them to take the deal and surrender. Seal himself says he doesn't have a strong opinion about the matter. The inmates should do whatever they think is best seal then adds that. He can't say much more until he's had a chance to discuss the situation. With huey p newton the co founder of the black panthers then in a shock to the hundreds of men watching in the yard sales sets down the microphone walks away. Clark is astonished. He doesn't understand what just happened. Seal was supposed to be the inmates ally he was supposed to rally their spirits and lead them to victory instead. He's made it clear that he doesn't care whether they live or die. Clark looks around. The yard sees that all the other. Inmates are equally shocked and demoralized. He knows why if a legendary activist. Like bobby seale thinks that this uprising is doomed. And maybe it is. Maybe it's time for surrender. moments later. The inmates in the yard begin to stir a murmur angrily as they talked.
"black puerto" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"I think that there has been a misappropriation of hermano did when it comes to be separated from the world doesn't mean that the world go to hell in a handbasket means that we different doesn't mean that we isolate we try to sanitize and i think that's at two millennia of an churton. Typically you see that there's been a lot of efforts to sanitize And we we've got a comeback to what what what sees not saying an incarnation of doubted that we get from jesus and south he steps out of glory he puts on humanity and he becomes emmanuel god with us not yacht watching us from the corner of a god with us and That sort sorta compliment that not complementarities with that. Complement of being amongst i think is key. I've been a ministry thirty two years. We've printed Church of charter schools. We planted nonprofits health health organizations all on the premise of incarnation will be among them freight There's no other way to church in a healthy way. In a biblical way an orthodox theological wave in my opinion so. Yeah yeah yeah so there you go I should have just not even tried to say what i said. I should've just let you speak. You're so much more eloquent. By the way i just just just just to kind of help our ours. I think you're you're you're very well well known but there may be some people who are on the call that are meeting you for the first time and just just a little about your background. Tell us about your family. And i also i heard you speak one time and you talked about the fact that you personally are a bicultural individual as soon as you walk into any room. It's automatically by cultural with show up because of your to talk to us a little bit about your own journey grownup as as you. Well you know. I am afro latino which means i am both african american and hispanic origin. I am a black teen or black. Puerto rican and so my my one one part. One parent is from the carolinas via saint. Louis the other parent is by Manati puerto rico the compo the north side of the island and So i embrace both cultures. I like Hung mandalay and i like collard. Greens and pig knuckles and everything. Southern comes on the menu a barbecue And benin law. So i am. I've always been a space where i didn't always fit in. I i sound and communicate to black for many of my latino community. And i looked to spanish for many of my african american community and partners so they didn't know what to do with me and so seminary was me hanging out with a lot of koreans And and being adopted by them and learning how to be third culture among stand. And just you know taking the posture up of a student within a culture but my own story of my life a mary thirty years planted several churches as i stated Five children four grandchildren I now retired from the senior..
"black puerto" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"You need. Do i need a room and you can hang out with us. Yeah just like that. Of course they gave roll. This is the type of folks. These are my friends. These are my friends right. Ladies we have a group chat are costa rica. crew we are. We're excited shouts loose on hayes. Jones let's shine hanes joan zero. That serano banana george george. I don't know where the hell you be sleeping. They keep meets. Kevin love them. Shout out to tiffany close. They k tiffany. What's going on shoutout to nicole harris. Hey nicole what's going on girl. Shout out to neuroma. Johnson hainault aroma. What's going on girl out to lee scott leave. This is technically a father's day for you. Your father was right baking. Yeah yeah this is your first day everybody. Let's let's let's give us special sound. He's in general. Yeah let's give a special shout out to. I wish i was in that chapman. Let's give a special shout out to our My beloved nephew lee sky. Because he's actually going to. He's a he's a father right now. The best thing that you can do this father's day weekend is cater to april. Because then you can hear the baby a totally disagree. Yep it's awful about her even though that even though even though apple stomach protruding really good. Yes due this is the time that april even though that stomach is growing and god bless that child as her stomach dish. It also be a pornhub. Horace kind of weaken april even at belli's out there don't forget the primary purpose young lady. That's the satisfied at manny. Yours i know that bellies in there do something different of what smash a thon for your husband for your father's day. That doesn't change nothing changes. She's five months pregnant now six months. Yeah wh- april for father's day. Talking ticket husband yours what that even though dodos ankles swollen oldham's stilettos on one last. I don't i don't agree. Big the fr- the fred flintstone toes right now but satisfy. Oh man. well it's okay. Lee i've been catering to hurt exactly catering. He needs a weekend off father's day he needs to weaken off. This is the first time. He's barrington this so she needs to cater to her beloved husband. Wow we then could go back monday. You could go back to doing what he's doing. April i know it might be a challenge. Start some hills on right now. Young lady sitting us pregnant that those the big flare up like read. I don't does not where my daughter ladies bug look like baseball gloves. Not sexy It will put that work in wiltshire. Shoutout to avis chinese. Hey show to you girl. I can't wait to see you either. I'm going to squeeze you so shout out to shelby shelby. I needed you yesterday. Garage needed a safety pin. And i was like. I just want to go into this audit shadow to her. My mother came here to change in my mind. They came here to change. They closed for the wedding. Come on they came in here to change the closer for chris. The owner chris come on in come on. Hey chris my mother. My mother and my aunt came to change their clothes. Here because tiny didn't want nobody at the house right and unsupported of shelby. You know in her own ready to close out the show. Hey chris and we sit down. We give her a ansa once. Come back monday we can. We can really become sitting in cine special. Shout out to shelby in. Who showed my mother so much love when she changed the close so we going back over to the house so my mother had conversation and Shall we say we're gonna come out here on a saturday. Yeah my mother. Went to support. Shelby's moving but i want to say thank you shelby for all you to accommodate my mother and my aunt and god bless you who are saying. Oh that's great. No and that is all that. I see in the charm. I know i said oh. And trina pinker hatred. I'm glad to see you're in and everything is going well with you. Shout to d low. Mathis shitter haiti low. How are you. And that is all that i have for these names right now. Definitely when. 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Hey chris how're you christmas building. Chris been here many times. he's shift store. He's hiding just real quick. Chris and we appreciate you chris. And all that you do here and he's a great landlord. Cj and And when you come to the folks who've listened to the has come to the office you seen you know. Chris is into the antiques. And we hit through the hallway in corridors that his buildings very you know this is nothing but a history and people always fascinated now chris. What in a friend of his but we can you come back monday. But behind but this institution so he's real coupable rich name double d ono. What's monday your city. We might be tuesday. We might take off monday. I'll let you. I'll let you guys. Let's so if wishing dennis. But i go by double d right. Let's clemson about now. City cine cine got he got a certain swagger bombs does. He's ready to go with chris. Food art so. Wd has very interesting story and we want to get into this a briefly just for a couple of minutes and then if you come back monday or tuesday because we got we all gotta leave early today. Okay where where are you from from here. I'm from beth and believe it or not. Since he's been here long enough to where there was no blacks puerto ricans here very few wanted my elementary school one black do emmett harris's name emmett him and image. Do you still know him absolutely absolutely right. So cindy who say that. He's wanted to hometown. Heroes the seventy five percent of us made ninety percent of i think made that migration from wherever philly new absolutely.
"black puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King. Good morning. Republican lawmakers across this country are advancing bills that if they become law would limit the teaching of critical race theory that is an academic approach that examines American institutions through the lens of race and racism. Here's NPR's Barbara Sprint. Academics have studied critical race theory for decades. But its main entry into the partisan fray came in 2020 when former President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning federal contractors from conducting certain racial sensitivity training. It was challenged in court and President Biden rescinded the order of the day He took office, but it's since taken hold as a rallying cry. Among some Republican lawmakers. Critical race theory is a divisive ideology that threatens to poison the American psyche. And that tears people apart teaching our Children that America is evil. We need to end it, and we need to end it now. That was a press conference in May, where members of the House Freedom Caucus argued the theory divide students by race. States, like Idaho and Oklahoma have adopted laws that limit how public school teachers can talk about race in the classroom. And there's movement on the national level to Florida Republican Congressman Byron Donald says he's co sponsoring legislation that would prevent federal dollars being spent on critical race theory in schools or government offices. No matter how you feel about the history of our country as a black man, I think our history has actually been quite awful. I mean, that's without question, but you also have to take into account the progression of our country, especially over the last 60 to 70 years. But some scholars say the criticism misses the point. I'm not really sure that the conservatives right now know what it is or no, it's history. That's Andrew Hartman, a professor at Illinois State University who has written extensively about the history of culture wars. Basic promise of critical race theory is that racism is endemic to American society in history, and thus we have to think about institutions like the justice system or the educational system through the lens of race and racism, he says. The political right often points to the progress that has been made since the civil rights movement. Conservatives since the 19 sixties have increasingly Find American society as a color blind society in the sense that there were some problems in the past, But American society corrected itself. Eduardo Bania Silva is a sociologist at Duke University and says the idea that society is color blind is absurd. Let's not fool ourselves and believed that we're colorblind now because we're not We're not because we watched the video off George Floyd, and we're not because we have the data on incommunicado. Alito on west inequality, He says Critical race theory is meant to have an honest accounting and reckoning of the country's past and present. In order to truly reach a more equitable future. Which could be yours. Black Puerto Rican Navigating America without rays affected my life chances, but These matters more than for us to get to the promised land of colorblindness. We will have to go to race. Is the opposite of what these folks are arguing. What these folks are arguing is that critical race theory is a threat to society, and they're hoping to sell voters on that message. Christine Matthews is a public opinion pollster and says she sees critical race theory as a growing culture war issue. And so what They want to make the 2022 midterms about because If you look at President Biden his approval ratings in the mid fifties, which is Significantly higher than President Trump's was ever she thinks the GOP will use critical race theory to help rally the conservative base ahead of next year's midterm elections. We have seen evidence that the Republican base is responding much more to threats on cultural issues if Republicans can make them Feel threatened, and that and their place in society is threatened in terms of white culture and political correctness and cancel culture. That's a more visceral and emotional issue, and I do think it could impact turnout. Doug Hi is the former communications director for the RNC, he says, in some ways, telling schools what they can or cannot teach highlights just how far the party has moved away from traditionally conservative principles. Like wanting less federal involvement in schools. What we might have described his conservative policy five years ago, 10 years ago has really been upended under Donald Trump's Gonna Rain is as the leader of the party. From a strategy perspective, Matthew says. It will all come down to messaging. The Republicans are trying to make it a bad thing. But I feel like if the Democrats got the messaging, right, they could make it a good thing. Both sides have a little more than a year to do that. Barbara Sprint NPR.
"black puerto" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"black puerto" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Are Cardona dress in different, what you could identify as stereotypical. Goals appearances, whether it is a basketball player or a afro diasporic, religious figure and said all of these include Cardona in drag. So I was so Cardona, typically it does not do drag, he's very masculine presenting. In fact he got he was not that excited to be well, when somebody interviewed him and said, how do you feel about the slogan? He was like, I don't know what you're talking about, and I don't know why they're talking about. So he's like, oh, that generation of drag performers who are like I'm a character actor, not a drag queen, he's not a drag performer, he is an actor who has dressed in drag for two images, but I was very interested in re-birth. Is racial passing black face and in the negotiation and challenging of stereotypes and how he uses black face and how he uses Snow White and how he uses drag to challenge racism in Puerto Rico. So, from a certain perspective, you could say that this, this chapter is, is unlike the others. It is different because Javier Cardona is not a person that people typically associate with drag in Puerto Rico. So, it's really much more of an analysis of a very particular one man show called you don't look like from 1996, but I think that reading it through the lens of drag, and of bounds liqueur and the sedan sloka performance and putting it in conversation with other people. Other black, Puerto Rican, performers. Other drag performers is really fascinating. So at the very least, that's what I try to do. And in terms of like, you know, the rule girls Monica Beverley Hills, you certainly looking at, you know, whose sisters with James, you're who lost RuPaul's Drag Race contestant to be interviewed on the podcast. The same season is Nina flowers from Puerto Rico? Yeah. Yeah. Oh Jasmine all cocky met Nina flowers one time and we were like oh you're so fantastic. O'Jays Loca like I love you oh yes. Look like everything you said her toys of our very first witness of like maybe it's just a second meet and greet the way they ever seen of a RuPaul's Drag Race person was very cuz it was like and it was at Christmas time. So she kind of was wearing a green outfit or she was wearing a red outfit and she had a green tree on her head off really felt like you were going to see Santa Claus and it was like, you got to say something to her move on. Say stuff like MoveOn here's a lollipop. If you want a signed photograph it's going to cost and everything was OJ's, local Odessa log. Hahaha. So Nina flowers is a really interesting artist. I love Nina flowers Nina was very, very popular in Puerto Rico in the 1990s and early 2000s. She was really the star of arrows. Nightclub also known as crash nightclub. And in 2008, she moved to Colorado to be with her partner. Who is now her husband? And she she got onto the first season of RuPaul's Drag Race because of audience votes. So that, so that that's how she got on and she arrived, she speaks English. Well, but her English is, is marked by Spanish. It is Hispanic English. So sometimes she was stigmatized on the show because of her of her non-standard or Hispanic English, she did extremely well, but she also really fake. Is a very androgynous look so it is it is not about appearing like a beautiful sis gender woman. It's really much more about exploring a strangeness or monstrosity or androgyny. So for example she would not wear wigs. Sometimes she would wear horns on her head. She has a shaved as she was covered in tattoos. She's kind of muscular. So so I was really fascinated by Nina flowers on on CM11 of RuPaul's Drag Race..
"black puerto" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"In the Caribbean very specifically where the vague on this. So, these are carnival costumes that are on stilts. They're kind of like clowns with birth. Their clothes, just like drag queens but their faces are masks. That resemble demons or dragons, just like drag queens. And part of it is like the vejigantes, you know, in very much the the the trickster figure, the the theatrical figure in in rituals and Springtime rituals that come from the merging of native Africans, French European, Spanish, cultures in the Caribbean. You start to have this idea that theater is a powerful tool to deal with crisis. And I think, you know, for for lgbtq people, we've always understood that drag is a very powerful tool in dealing, you know, like we've seeing this on pose in the third season, which is, you know, now airing on television that the ball scenes, the theater, the drag the, the posing, the fashion is not just for fun job. On, but it is a way to survive. It is a way to cope with your heart being broken. Wow, so there's a lot there. So I do want to talk about post, but let me just maybe go back a little bit. They going to drag Mother by the way, a child off. I was so that's really interesting. So Style, by the way, he has are tricksters. They're also known as Devil's, and they are characters in carnival in Puerto Rico, but they are also characters in religious celebrations. So, so there's an example. So one one would be, for example, the feast of Saint James, the Apostle in Louisa so that, that is a very famous celebration at the end of July. And it's really interesting because they may he can disappear with these very ornate masks made out of coconut husks and parts of coconut leaves and Franz. And, and they Are in Dynamic tension with locusts locusts are literally afro-puerto. Rican men in black face, who are ostensibly heterosexual, but who are performing the social role of women. And in Puerto Rico, that means having very big hips and a very big but and they appear in blackface, they harass ask people in the on the street. They interact with the baking contest. It's really quite. These are black people put painting on their faces to look darker in their skin tone. So heavy loisa is a predominantly black municipality in Puerto Rico and that is correct black Puerto Ricans in black face and and they are, they are in tension with the Cabbage, a rose rose are representing the Spanish colonizers and the low cost and the vegan tastes are somehow representing this popular resistance. So you age, Say that there is an enactment of a very complex social and historical situation. And if you could see me, you would see that are moving my hands a lot because so sounds exciting and thrilling. There's.
"black puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So you know, we are talking in the mist of yet another award season. A season in which your latest film the five Blood, just getting a lot of buzz and some nominations. But already, people are saying in some regards it's getting snapped like no Golden Globe nominations for you. It's This thing I keep seeing with you and you're working your art in the coverage of it. Is that besides making films that really speak to who and what America really is. There is this constant discussion over whether or not you and your work Get their due. Are you tired of that conversation? Do you listen to that conversation? Well, I don't listen to that, you know. I did at one point But That that is just going down hole. I mean, I just Look a do the right thing, you know, Consider American Classic on all accounts, you know, that wasn't even nominated for best picture driving Miss Daisy. One got to Nominations, Denny, it'll for Ah, Sound lost out the dense off for glory. And I had I got original screenplay. So we know what film won best picture and no one's watching that film. I mean, very few people watching that film today, but also in retrospect, the voting Members of the carry motion picture Arts sciences is more diverse now than it was back in the day. Do you think it's there? Do you think it's reached the point where it needs to be when you talk about the Academy membership? No, I mean is better than it was, But it's not. It's not Look, everything's a process, so it's not You like me to snap your fingers over night. Because of hashtag oscarssowhite. But that hashtag made the academy you know, make changes, which I commend them for, and It opened it up for People color too. The men music having me and vote are you Thinking ahead to whether or not the five blood is going to get some Oscar knots this year. Look, you know that's on my hands. And I've had five before the film was streamed on. Netflix had five screenings for black. Puerto Rican Vietnam vets. I mean, that's why I made the film for you know, and they loved it. So I made peace with that. Yeah. You sound like someone who does not do The song and dance that other folks might do in the awards show. Well, I mean, I had helpers for when black clansmen so I'm not That was it Wasn't that fact that black clans and didn't win. It was The film that one And I had drivers Daisy flashbacks with film that won, and we should say the film that won that year when black plans and was also up for Oscar's was Green Book. Yep. What is the deal with those kind of movies continuing to be made from driving Miss Daisy? To Green Book. This like Children's book, Sanitation of Race. Why is the industry still letting that stuff happening, giving it awards? Here's a thing so racism permeates. Every inch of American society. So why should Hollywood be exempt from it? Let's talk about the five plates, so this movie is all about black Vietnam veterans. Going back to Vietnam Present day in the original script. The soldiers were white. You've made movies with white leaders. 11 of the group was a black guy. Okay, okay, but the majority were white. Um, talk about the choice to make all the soldiers black. And how difficult the process was to rewrite it In that way. Oh, well, I rewrote it with Kevin Wilmont. Kevin, I. We had no problem. With the change. Okay? Black it up. Yeah, And when we got the script from the producer Lloyd 11 Human. I automatically knew that What we need to do. And this would give the opportunity to Ah Hell. Story of the black effort, the Bloods. Before and dying in Vietnam and a very moral war. I don't think people know. That black soldiers were overrepresented in Vietnam. You know they were at that point. Blacks were about 11% of the population at that time. They represented more than 20% of all combat troops in Vietnam. Well, my numbers say it the height my numbers say at the height of Vietnam war was almost 30%. Wow. And at least a quarter of all U. S combat deaths were black soldiers. Real real index, Real index and everything. The fact is that Majority of films a double Vietnam. The black Experience was not a part of the story. That's of course. You would think that I would like that. But that wasn't a case. That's not the story. They wanted to tell this simple. Yeah. Well, I like how in the film the five blood, You kind of poke a little fun at that. There's a little line where Characters air ragging on Rambo. And saying that Hollywood always tries to go back and win Vietnam. What do you mean, when you have your characters say that Hollywood always tries to go back and win Vietnam? Because his revisionist history United States of America. The biggest and baddest Strongest. Country. In the world. Got the ass kicked by the vehicle. Before that they afford the Chinese before that. You know, and they kicked France's ass so I mean, all the might we have all the bombs. You dropped the napalm, all ass stuff. And we still lost. Speaking of things in your movies that folks Maybe did not know before they saw your movie. Who? Hanoi. Hannah. Well, that was very interesting. Actually talk about that for a second because I didn't know that existed at all. Did a film called Miracle ST. Anna. About the Buffalo soldiers and 92nd Division of foot. In Italy landed Ellie, We're not the boot. Fight against Mussolini's Fascist Army and then later on to Germany against Hitler's Nazis. In that film, we had a scene a woman called Access, Sal. In fact, she was born in Cincinnati. But she was American who's in Nazi Germany, who will be on the radio? Plain popular American music. And in between the music. She was talked with soldiers, you know about propaganda at the same time in the Pacific Theater, the Japanese have a counterpart. Her name was Tokyo Rose. She was She was doing the same thing. You look it up and so in the Vietnam War There was annoying Hannah. And again, she would play popular American music, rock and Roll's soul and in between songs, shoes given script to read. Even though some people might say his propaganda. A lot of stuff she said,.
"black puerto" Discussed on KQED Radio
"But when I binge, watch your show, I feel like I start to think like the main character. On bond thinking like John Lewis, the card is a nothing but a positive thing in life. That's an interesting point thinking like the main character seeing the world or engaging with it in a way that you think the main character is of the show that you're watching or enjoying. Is that something that happens to either of you? Sure, And I actually wanted Tol. I don't know if the collar is still there, But when you say star track, I'm glad that he mentioned the card. There's one thing that I was thinking of is that there are so many different versions of stretch back right now. Are you looking at Star Trek Discovery or you're talking about Michael Burnham? Are you looking at the card? The latest star track, which I don't think you know, I don't believe that the character of the card has changed. Entirely, Um, the core morality of who he was in next generation is there. One thing that I enjoy about him is that he has a new determination after receding into retirement to go back and really engage in a harder universe on DSA still maintain that sense of who he's always been. Both hopeful and determined, But also, you know, great negotiation grow to be a great negotiator and realist. So I'm really glad that you brought up Star Trek there different versions of captains think of, and yes, I one of the reasons I love Picard and I was so happy to see the card come back. Is for that very reason. He is this example of logic. And he also you know they're all these interesting traits about him that I just find incredibly classy. Look, I to eat I was surprised to find myself streaming quite a lot of PBS documentary shows like Frontline and Science shows like Nova and special, such as the Rise of the Nazis, but also catching up on fun stuff like Shit's Creek. One division has become appointment TV, a first in a long time. And this listener writes. One fun thing during the pandemic has been revisiting shows with my teens. We've watched friends together and classic sitcoms like The Mary Tyler Moore Show. It has been the leaping off point for many discussions, including how, as a journalist married didn't have the cash to live in anything but his studio apartment revisiting shows Dennett Chavez have there been shows that you have gone back and sort of rediscovered. His bit show that I've been watching purely for fun has been Monk and I think part of it. What sent me? Uh, tohr. Virtual San Francisco is, um, the flight attendant is a show on HBO Mac Show starring Kaley Cuoco, which I think is in the similar vein of like Blue Sky TV, where it's You know a little dark, but it's mostly sunny. So it started Rewatching Monk on go. What's funny is I actually have had to look in to take the edge off by re watching Hannibal because I re watching Monk. I am just taken aback by how easily people turn to murder. But you would think that San Francisco is just crawling with sociopaths because you know, something will start with people getting coffee. And two minutes later, somebody is dead and just watching that very like steep decline. Assed. Much fun as it is to watch Tony Shaloub seeing that steep decline. Unlike e. I think I need a little more of a build up to the murder. Esso, let me maybe switch things up a cannibal. Well, as I said, it treats the flight attendant. HBO is fantastic. A little bit difficult to watch, but a great show. You just happened to mention that their den it and let me see if I could bring Tim from to hatch a peon here. Hide him. Yeah. Hi. I just wanted a second that I love Kim's convenience. I heard about it a couple years ago on NPR. I don't watch cable. The only other current joy watches superstore. The reasons I like Kim's convenience. Yes, if the very believable family, but it's got the most diverse casting and any show or movie I've ever seen. Yes, they are. Korean Canadian. They have Indian Canadian friends. Chinese Canadian friends, the pastor's their church might be half black Puerto Rican. It doesn't really matter, and they've got gay people and trans people and the son who's the fourth lead in the show is going to become the first Asian superstar, so he's kind of not in the current season, and the cool thing is in America. We can watch it for free and YouTube can of Canadians cannot so it's it's a great show. Well, thanks for the recommendation to him. Appreciate that, and the second of Kim's convenience. Let me go next to Tom and San Jose. Hi, Tom. Oh, hi. Thanks for taking my call, So I've just started getting into a warrior. It Zahn start out on Cinemax, now on HBO, Max, and it's based on the writings of Loosely with his daughter as an executive producer, and just sort of what it brings up with respect to racism and anti Asian racism in particular, and sort of reminding us of how Bruce Lee's writings were sort of gathered, taken away from him for kung fu, the show back in the 19 seventies. I think it's a great watch. I'm looking forward to seeing more of it. Well, Tom, Thanks for that recommendation, Becker writes. The Expanse has been one of my favorite TV show since it was on SciFi, and I am thrilled that Amazon picked it up. This show packs in a wonderful punch of intrigue, politics and diplomacy, space exploration and science, coupled with dynamic C G. I, and as a woman I love the strong female characters, sometimes rare in traditional SciFi. These aren't princesses or simple love interests. The expanse is a hidden gem that more people should be watching. Melanie McFarland, What do you think? Actually just wrote about the expanse and said exactly that, And I want a second. The Shadow Warrior Warrior is one of those shows that, like the expanse is highly underappreciated. Part of the reason was that it was on Cinemax and Cinemax for awhile when it was doing original programming really struggled to get what they were what I was doing noticed, and warriors. One of those shows that Just operates on just at every level is just excellent, but to go back to the expanse Yes, I think that if the expanse is incredibly Dance,.
"black puerto" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I was one year old when he broke the record, but in the eighties having TVs You'd always see him connected with the Braves, and you seem different. Every interview he gave. He just was. He's a class act. They're always know he certainly was. And that was that extended past his his his playing career. Thank you, Bob for calling from Pittsburgh. And Bob mentions. You know, some of the folks who have passed away over the past several months just out of the Hall of Fame. You know a couple of weeks ago, Tommy Lasorda, Phil Niekro. Joe Morgan, Whitey Ford, Tom Seaver, Lou Brock, Don Sutton recently so Major league Baseball has lost a lot of greats. Just over If you want to go back to the summertime, Manny is calling up here from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Manny, your CBS Sports radio. They are. Thank you for having me here, bro. I fell on my leg from I just want to say that here in Milwaukee We love Hey, man, and You know for me he really represented Humbleness. Also Ability to Just money. Went out to the field. He gave it all 1%. I just want to say to them No. Jackie Robinson's number was retired. I think Aunt Karen's number should be retired and also I'm Puerto Rican from Puerto Rico. We've been trying to retire. Go vertical senators number man because He was a humanitarian, too, and as a black Puerto Rican You know, he faced a lot of challenges. And he also give us light to the left. You know people that were hit enough. Um, you know, earthquake Not in Latin America. So he was a good day They gave in and I think that that really should be considered, you know. Three great numbers that mean a lot for not only the black community but also Us the Latinos for went over many days. Jackie Robinson. And every time I go to point the sequel I was born in It's illegal. I grew up in Carolina, Puerto Rico. As for preventive, Clemente grew up And that's you know it If you have a better photo because you little paddle you help us to recode always, uh, The new owners. That's like a man the black side of Puerto Rico. You know that after part of Puerto Rico Has such a beautiful community. And if anybody ever goes in front of people, Okay, I'll make sure you go to that. Actually, because that's Every part of Puerto Rico. Thank you, man. A man who has been so Thank you, brother. Thank you Appreciate it. Thank you for calling uphill birthday was calling from San Diego who burst or go on ahead. How you doing, Jr Go ahead, man, do they, Um You brought a lot of memories for me. I grew up in Tijuana across from San Diego, and we used to listen. My dad was a big Dodger fan and I grew up in a Dodger. And I remember when I was nine years old. Listening to Don't let me stop the Vin Scully or Jaime terrain. My dad was excited because the Dodgers were in Atlanta. In Hank Aaron West 100 from making the record. Yeah, and that wasn't my dad listening to the game in the radio, and he was very excited and he goes. I hope he hit the home run. And I say why We like that. He's gonna hit a home run against the Dodgers. Right? And he goes to me. It'll be justice because the Dodgers Are the first thing that brought a black player up and I love Hank care, and I follow his history. And he hit the home run against the Dodgers that they down in about 20 years later, 19 nineties I used to work in the entertainment business in the cable industry. You know, one of the trade show that I watched There He was Hank Aaron. Come up to him. I told me what happened and he took a picture with him. He signed it. And I gave it to my dad. And that was a special moment for me. And today toe. I was fortunate. I didn't see him playing person. I saw him on TV, but to meet him and to have taken the congressman King These days for me. He is the home run King and my dad always said, you know, he is one of the greatest person who ever played the game. That's true and for that, you know, and and I thank you to bring to bring toe to honor him. Because There's a lot of things we can learn from him and from a lot of those players in the old days that they have so much to go through. And I just grateful to have seen him and two other ways that you mentioned all those players. I saw all of them either in TV and lie when they came to San Diego. Well, Hobart, So thank you for sharing that story, man. That was a pretty cool story from your dad. All the way to meeting him and being able to share that signed photo with your dad Brandon from South Carolina. We're up against the break, but please go on ahead. Thanks J. R Best show on the radio. It was amazing. I missed mister. And when I was about 10, my father had played minor league ball with Braves and and actually pitched his brother and I mean, it's with a heavy heart. You know, you've got a man who was getting somebody death threats and hate from so many different kinds of people. And then when he broke that record, you start seeing as many much adulation and people, you know, really Trying to poor love on the guy, you know. There's such an incredible amount of endurance. In that man. We need me to his voice when you're a little kid like me. His voice was so there you know it just like it commanded respect, But my father explained to me that about all the different things about people not liking him and Because of the racial, the people just not like it in because you's a black man. And I think my father today for the fact that I wasn't released up that way. Um, when I saw some of the things that You know we're happening with that man. It's just Yeah. You know, you just gotta commend a man that could keep it all together when he stuck to his face, and he carried himself in an amazing way, And we have to take a break. And Brandon Thank you. So much for calling up from South Carolina. And we're going to go ahead and take a break. And then when we come back, Yeah, we're gonna move on into and so football. We're going to talk about the the NFC. We'll talk about the A F c. I'm gonna get you warmed up. I'm gonna get you started, but I'm gonna have a very important point to make here. As it relates to Hank Aaron and some of the things that he had to endure and and how ridiculous it can be, and and and the role that sports can really play. Just in society, and it is. It's very simple. So, as I said, Hank, that was an amazing man. And I could sit here all night and rattle off the numbers and rattle off the stats. It wouldn't do him justice as it relates to who he was as a human being. I want to end on that note. When we come back, and then we're going to get into this. A F C title.
Connecticut Becomes First State In Nation To Require High School Courses On African-American, Black, Puerto Rican, And Latino Studies, New York
"Other education. News connecticut has become the first state to require. High schools. Offer courses on african american black puerto rican and latin next studies starting in twenty twenty. Two connecticut governor ned lamont said quote increasing the diversity of what we teach is critical to providing students with a better understanding of who we are as a society and where we are going he said
Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport
"In Florida a Miami Dade police officer has been relieved of duty after video emerged of him hitting a black woman at the Miami International Airport yesterday. Body Cam footage shows the woman arguing with the officer before she moved just inches away from his face, and it escalates from. You just heard the officer hitting the woman. She then falls to the ground as more police. Rush into the frame, the Miami Dade Police Director Alfredo Ramirez says he was shocked and angered by the video and has asked the Miami Dade State Attorney to investigate the use of force Miami Herald reporter. David Ovalles has been covering this and David, the body cam footage begins after the woman and the police officer appear to have already been in something of a dispute. Do? We know how this started. Yes, so the woman is twenty one year old pairs, Anderson she was at the airport and had missed a flight, so she was according to the police yelling at the ticket agent. They call. The police tried to calm her down according to them, you see her yelling at the police officer taunting him about one point. He kind of steps back. Back a little bit, and then she steps into his face, and then he claims it was a head bud, and then he just you know delivers a slap. That is very visceral when you watch it, it is for sure and when you see the video, and from what you can tell from your reporting a in reference to the officer saying that she had headbutted him. Is there any indication that that had happened in? What are you hearing about whether? It would have been an appropriate response to hit her like that. I wouldn't say it's a head, but but certainly one could argue that perception, but as for whether it's inappropriate use of force. It's it's Kinda hard to tell I mean in Florida. The stand your ground law allows anybody not just police officers, no duty to retreat so whether it would be a criminal charge that's going to be debatable. Certainly administrative you talk to police, officers and I've had more than a few reach out to me and say that's absolutely how they're taught. They call it a diversionary strike. Now there's the other element in that. She wasn't wearing a mask and so there's this whole Cova vid angle as well so it's messy. It's not. optically, it looks really really bad but I think there's going to be a lot more nuance to a case like this. Then a few of the other use of force cases we've seen in south Florida in the last couple of weeks. Right and look tensions between black people and white officers has been at the center of so many of these cases that we've been. been talking about. But how are people reacting to this incident? Given the both the woman and the officer are black well. That's one of the sort of grey areas that POPs up in Miami more than than other places because we are such diverse community, white officers here are in the minority. Most are Hispanic and there's a pretty good amount of black officers here to. In this case, the officer Tony Rodriguez is a black Puerto Rican officer, so there is a sort of added element of that you know I. Think a case like this also underscores what a lot of block officers are feeling in terms of tension and conflict block officers really know too well what it's like to grow up black, but also feel very conflicted because they're devoted to their jobs, and they feel like they're being singled out as quote, unquote sellouts, and so it also underscores. A lot of the dynamics in these really precarious times.
Larry Itliong and the Great Delano Grape Strike
"Year is nineteen sixty five. The Vietnam War is escalating. I have today ordered. Tha Nam the Air Mobile Division and certain other footage which will raise our fighting strength from seventy five thousand one hundred and twenty five thousand men almost immediately X. is assassinated Jeff Van. The gunfire went off and his hand was up. I remember turned around and the next thing I saw smell come falling back in the jet. Martin Luther King Junior leads a series of civil rights marches in Selma Alabama. They I want to say to the state of Alabama. Just want to say to the people as a matter of and the nations of the world that we are not about turnaround. We own the move. Now yes we on the move and Norway racism the Bannon and in California farmworkers faced with racial discrimination and economic hardship organizing for their rights as workers. And as okay so quick recap on the history of farm workers on the West Coast and specifically California. Immigrants had been exploited as cheap farm labor for years. I Chinese Japanese migrants then Filipino. Nationals arrived in the nineteen twenties. Mexicans became a large part of the farm labor force around time but also just poor folks of all backgrounds looking for work. Black White Brown were exploited. They lived in shabby wooden houses near the fields. They worked for hours under the Sun. Some even lived in former concentration camps which house Japanese Americans during their internment in World War. Two since they first started coming over in the nineteen twenties Filipino. Farmworkers had tried negotiating for better working conditions and wages with their bosses. Usually white guys called growers beheld. Strikes started organizations and unions. They were often met with violence. Or they'd lose their jobs. Gore's were higher other ethnic groups. Instead scabs to their strikes like the immigrants who came before them Filipinos were thought of as hard workers who were obedient easy to control but they were also militant having lived through years of race. Riots shootouts violent. Confrontations with police growers SCABS. It wasn't uncommon for Filipinos to draw knives on the picket line. Larry it Leon came up in this old school. Militant tradition of striking labor organizing and by the nineteen sixties. He was a leader of a union that represented farmworkers call the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee. A Walk which was supported by a larger union the AFL CIO. Larry worked the likes of Mexican American activists. Dolores Huerta and Filipino. American organizers Philip Aracruz. Who called Larry the most powerful Filipino leader in a walk? He had the most experience. I mean he'd been in a lot of strikes you know and he was the head of a walk at the time this. Miriam Powell a journalist and historian who spent almost a decade writing books and articles about another famous Labor leader Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers which we'll get to in a bit in terms of the nuts and bolts like being a Labor leader running a union. Larry was the guy absolutely. That's where story picks back up as a union organizer and leader one of Larry's jobs is to visit farms in the Central Valley to recruit. New members moves his family to Delano. Where he the mostly Filipino. Workers in May nineteen sixty five opportunity knocks in nearby. Coachella valley where there are also Filipino. Workers who need help. Here's Patrick again. As older Larry. Here's some workers did a dollar forty in our Filipinos are getting a dollar twenty five an hour. Now that don't make sense to me. It's time to strike okay so to strike meant. The workers would stop working until their employers. The growers listen to the demands but striking farmworkers wasn't going to be easy they were going against big agricultural business agribusiness. The man agribusiness was the most powerful industry in California at that time. Million Powell again arm workers were really the poorest people who also had no protection all of this sort of existing health safety and labor laws that applied to other professions. Do not apply to farm workers could be fired at will. They be made to work any kinds of hours or no restrictions no health or safety requirements so for them to take on this enormously powerful industry a was a huge talent when the farmworkers decide to go on strike in the Coachella Valley. They don't go to the fields to work. Instead we pick it in demand for better wages. They held up signs march. Saying chant confront the growers. They don't get paid and some workers are even arrested. But in ten days the growers give in the workers get their fifteen cent raise. Let's pick these grapes. After the harvest Larry in the farmer workers head north to the next job the grape fields of Delano. Where they hope to get the same rates but the growers refused to give the farmworkers meeting a community. Space might remember called Filipino Hall. Let's do this. Delano has a thriving Filipino community with lots of farm workers and members of eight walk so they actually establish a Filipino Hall. And at this meeting it is packed. It's mostly Filipinos but there are also some members who aren't the Black Puerto Rican Mexican even white their backgrounds different. But they all have one thing in common. You've suffered enough under the growers and they want real change now. Really neither raised by public actress on this anymore. We are getting any younger. We need better wages and union today. Dude these courses suck breezing my us of here. Larry and the other union leaders here the farm workers but understandably they have concerns if we strike. You might lose your house. You might lose your car. Your family might be on the streets. Hungary. It's going to be tough. Are you sure you want this farm? Workers decide to vote on whether or not they should go on strike back. My name is John Arlington born and raised here in Delano in present day Filipino Hall. I talked to John Arlington. Whose Father Mariano Lila Farmington also known as Bob was a Filipino immigrant and Delano farmworker. He was in Filipino Hall. That Fateful Day my dad and our family were part of a long agriculture workers organizing committee and with Larry. And Leon Philip the Veracruz People Osco and so many others were here in this hall. I'm talking to you now. In September seventh nineteen sixty five where we had a day long second meeting about the strike. And when Larry asked if anyone could make a motion regarding strike my father stood and made the motion to begin the great strike that started in Delano. Bob's made the motion to go on. Strike those in favor of the strike. Stand up and raise your hands high. Okay so what the heck everyone standing up. We're going on a strike you crazy. Bill Pinos Next Day September eighth nineteen sixty five the farmworkers show up at the grape vineyards ready for work according to the documentary Delano Manos by Marissa. Arroyo just like any other day at work. The farmer workers started picking Ripe Grapes on the vines. Then they'd set them down on the ground they move onto the next Bein. Fake Red Grapes. Set them down. Here's a clip from the film with organizer United Farmworkers Vice President. Pete Velasco we pick the ripe grapes and trim it and then move onto the next by under the same thing at moon. Our there are a lot of big grapes under that is when about the thousand five hundred. Pretty Pianos went on strike against the grape growers in