17 Burst results for "Black Soul"

"black soul" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

05:58 min | Last month

"black soul" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"Because they just didn't even something ominous okay. All the other superstitions. Where did breaking a mirror come from. I haven't a clue the romans damn romans. They believe mirrors held a piece of your soul mira mirror on the wall member. Who's the separate myths at our body renews itself every seven years So if you break in bad things you a dark soul in you break. It doesn't mean you get rid of the dark soul. Maybe you unleash demon. If you have a black soul black cats crossing your path. Having a clue. I have a black cat walks in front of me a thousand times a day middle ages black cats were associated with witchcraft. And demon okay. Yeah if one crosses your path they're blocking your connection to god. Oh a little minor interruption about that. Okay i i just think about Hocus pocus the oldest. Can't hallway movie. One of my daughter's favorite movies always going to be on soon. I can't wait. Got a second one coming out. You knocking on wood. Oh i think that had something to do with like he got rid of the bugs inside the wooden and made the would good a gun or something. I don't know civilizations. I don't know who will believe that Trees house spirits. No sam's clothes touching the tree gives you protection. Summon them maybe native americans. And that's when you sworn by the termites that came out. Oh no or the or the the killer. Wasps sounds like a witch thing is. They're into nature could be like a wiccan thing it might be and then we already talked a lot today about the white lighters. That's such a controversy. Won't be you won't see me. Buying a white lighter can tell you that would've what are. What are you talking about buying a lighter by a lighter at all works house you weekend. Good started smoking. Sure five but Never too late to start. No you get one of those little those stick lighters if you're gonna do fireworks georgia white letters are bad luck. Why because of the twenty seven club Jimi hendrix kurt cobain janice joplin and. Jim morrison died at twenty seven. And all of them smoked. Had white lighters on them when they the only reason anybody has a white lighter because the left it out knowing because everyone buys cool lighters like the designs on them or their lake. Funky colors like. I buy an orange one all the time. Just so i'd say the orange ones mind Well aren't you glad you don't smoke anymore. You have to worry about this. Yeah broke the curse. It took a coma pittsburgh at. Let's let's amazing too. Though from that story with the white lighters. All those people were incredibly successful and changed music and they were all twenty-seven when they die every time i hear this story i think i'm like gosh. They were also young and they did accomplished all those things. But you know what to. They also weren't program too long. I guess so just weren't they. Were bright flames. That burn up quickly. Yeah i guess it's okay. Let's not forget their lifestyles. Hello.

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"black soul" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"black soul" Discussed on WBUR

"It's living on Earth. I'm Steve Kerr would Leah Penniman is an activist working toward environmental, racial and food justice through her work at Seoul Fire Farm, a collective of 10, black, brown and Jewish farmers. Their goal is to dismantle racism within the food system while reconnecting people of color to the earth. Leah has a book called Farming while Black Soul Fire Farms Practical Guide to Liberation on the land. In it. She describes her journey as a woman of color, reclaiming her space in the agricultural world while providing a comprehensive guide for others who may want to follow her path. Welcome to the show. Leah. Thanks so much for having me. Tell me a little bit about your journey falling in love with nature and farming and and how it has led you to create your book farming while black. Well, nature was my only solace and friends growing up in a rural white town. Our family was, you know, one of the only brown families, if not the only in the entire town. So we we were subjected to a lot of harassment and assault and abuse. And and so in absence of peer connection, I went to the forest and found a lot of support and love in nature. And so when I became old enough to get a summer job I was looking for something that kept alive that connection and was able to land a position at the food project in Boston, Massachusetts, where we grew vegetables to serve to folks without houses to people experiencing domestic violence. And there was some so good about that elegant simplicity of planting and harvesting and providing for the community. That was the antidote. I needed all the confusion of of the teenage years, So I've been farming ever since. That's interesting. A lot of people say when they connect with nature. They connect with creatures you connected with plants. It sounds like Well, plans. Don't talk back right now. No, I feel I feel connected to, um, the whole ecosystem. But the plants are incredible. They have these secret lives that we can't see your even imagine. So take, for example, the trees of the forest. Right? There's a underground network of my psyllium that connects their roots and they're able to pass messages and warnings. They pass sugars and minerals. To each other through this underground network, and they collaborate across species across family. And so you know, when we tune into that, I think we learned something about what it is to be a human being and how to live in community with each other in a way that if we're not connected to nature, we sort of lose that deeper sense of who we are, who we're meant to be. Now your book is not only a how to guide for folks who are interested in pursuing a path similar to yours. But it also well, it has some history, sociology, environmental lessons, all wrapped up in this package. Why did you add those additional stories and information in with your God rather than having having it be strictly Emmanuel? Well, I wrote this book from my younger self. So after a few years of farming, I would go to these organic farming conferences and all the presenters were white. You know all the books were written by white folks, mostly white men. And so I started to feel this real crisis of faith and my choice to become an organic farmer like wondering as a brown skinned woman, whether Had any place in this movement. If I was being a race traitor, and I should, you know, focus on housing issues, which are equally important or or some other issues. And so putting together this book, I was really thinking about myself as a 16, year old and and all the other returning generation of black and brown farmers who need to see that we have Rightful place in the sustainable farming movement that isn't circumscribed by slavery, sharecropping and land based oppression that we have a many, many 1000 years..

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"black soul" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"black soul" Discussed on Double Toasted

"As a young black boy in chicago and the project homes and just really being known as a negro something. That really saddened me. Most of the time. Until i heard james brown say allow them black. And i'm proud and then soldiering brought it all home baby. It was like all right. We get to be proud and black and strut stuff and be unapologetic. You learn every day always thought he was chicano latino. I didn't know he was black. I thought it was black but it wasn't until seeing his full name and i was like. Oh well maybe he's latino this old could fool me black soul train started in chicago and me and my sister were appear on this show in chicago of course when they moved from chicago to. La we were broken hearted. Lucky for us. My mom said hey. You know what. I'm going to start your lies over. We're gonna move from chicago to l. a. Was there that we met someone in cambozola junior in a dance contest. The you the black student union fullerton college. I saw him dancing. I had never really seen before. It was like a kind of a circus. Act she got. It was about being cool. You know reserved here. This guy is diving on the floor sliding chest. We became friends later. Became co founders of the lockers lockers. Fabled dance troupe or dance troupe didn't really change the face of dance. Wherever the original members of the lockers don campbell campbell. Fluky luke campbell. On junior slimmed the robot the guy..

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"black soul" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"black soul" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"So lecomba Jenni Rivera Rhythm I think original one is pretty say they lows I don't remember the band member they go into a whole thing like. The ESKIMO Seattle of either. That and then in English just. Joan. But it wasn't a it was. It was in a car commercial for a while. I guess you Wonder Way Robin, who is a concern I have it in the list Oh. My God that I forgot to mention my Karaoke journey that is actually my my newest Karaoke Song I can't ever. Ge that song is by an another bobby caldwell that's. Oh Do. You I was talking to I was talking to Kirsten because I was telling her that this was like my guilty pleasure. She was like. You know when we were kids we really thought he was black. So when we find out that he was white wing, my l. fucking cheated because that man has a black soul it's like so beautiful and I went and started listening to his music. It's fucking gorgeous. It's so good. Yeah. He's an fucking appropriate or anyway I love that song when he gets into some Ms Nelson. million. Okay. Let's see. Reality TV. Sorry. You're I'm sorry I always. Take over because that's my personality. I love they had numbers because Mari has come through in this question number ninety three. Go ahead reality TV show. See guilty pleasure though because again, we gotta remember guilty because the songs we mentioned we're not going to go back to that. Reality TV shows that I'm. Guilty. Pleasure guilty you know what's really bad is that new that Rupaul Drag Race Vegas Review Show is really bad. Guilty. Pleasure. Pleasure I don't get any pleasure from it I just watch it so that I can listen to the recap shows. So let me think again. Reality TV show survivor guilty. You don't feel guilty after watching that shit not after season thirteen. Fine Asses Oh my God that's season. I was in love with. So many of the people on that show I it's like it's just pleasure. I just got into season..

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"black soul" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"black soul" Discussed on KCRW

"To my toes attack, So I'm not supposed to brand nobody fault That's true, but no respect way great show skin tone, but multiple colors. We come in all shades Most black. It's set where man not fight me on emotional state. Like I might be one in pitch Black like the night tumultuous black itself. Patisserie runs jokes. A black Oh, yes. Oh yes, God bless success. We going outside Black like the suspect stopped with a mask on The freshest breath. African black soul caressed the flesh. Superfly, Matt sitting flying. Let's take the boat in the water. His retort My daughter reservation custody learned lessons. I never dies. You get the message. I hope you'll be better than that. Life's precious stepping sometimes a mobile black even my clothes, the black cash money with the white in the soldier rag. We go on, unapologetically black, don't you Can Michael blacks and Wei go in the back. I got toasted way. Don't Cases. We've chosen people post way going back watching the global change happen to hold the reins hit boy on the beach. This poster slap. We're going black. Wei Wei go and No. Two black greatest. Oakland had a smoke today. Three rows. And yet what's the results? Today? C notes in bags. She knows a classy like a Billy Dee Williams gold, black eyes a Kennedy filled penitentiary to black like out in the black Don't crack like the fountain of youth coaches. Black beautiful going ultra black. Half a could use a stapler. Black my amex. Black black like our rows, Afros Black like that blackballed from the Super Bowl. Can't go. Motown Museum, Troy Black, just talk and all the man No matter your ways to me, we all the way go in. Notes of black. I got a toasted and we don't Casey. We rose at that post way black. Watching the global changes happen to cold, Strange boy.

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"black soul" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"black soul" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On babies, Freddie, So the Rolling Stones are gonna be re issuing their 1973 album Goat's Head Soup Supposed Come out September 4th. It's going to have 10 bonus tracks on DH. One of the bonus tracks is attract. That features Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page on guitar, which seems like that would be Exciting. Yeah, You think it's just not ever? I don't think it's very good song. So we're gonna let our listeners judge for themselves? Probably fast forward to the middle of it, Rob Yeah. I mean in a Mick Jagger. You know, you could see him kind of slithering around out there doing the doing The Mick Jagger dance because he's got the moves like Jagger. You know, it's called Scarlett is named after Jimmy pages. First child Scarlett page Feel like and that was that it probably would grow on me if I heard it a couple times. Sometimes it doesn't work with you the first time. I have to listen to it a couple times anyway, If you're interested in getting that on this album, it comes out September 4. There you get. So there you go updating on lady Aye than that whole thing. I'm seeing this on the daily mail right now. And I think we talked about this in our video yesterday, but not on the air that the update and you probably heard the original story, which is that lady antebellum changed their name. The Lady A and then found out that there's like a soul singer, a black soul singer who is based out of Seattle who has been using the name Lady a for two decades. And she was very upset that this happened because they did not reach out to her. And she was like calling that just the epitome of white privilege and how dare they? So then there was so That was a thing right? And so then they did reach out to her. And then there started to be some positivity between the two of them like they were collaborating on a song, a unity song and then Unity song, which who doesn't want to hear that, right? I mean, everybody wants unity song between a country band and a black soul say it's kind of like we are the world right? Doesn't want that I ask you so they were doing zoom meetings together, and I think her name her real name is yes, it's Anita White, who has gone by lady A. She she even posted on her Twitter like a screenshot of their zoo meeting and like everybody else. B and it was all super friendly Things took a turn because lawyers came in right. Enter the lawyer, Inter very aggressive lawyer of Anita Whites who decided about this unity thing, But instead I get $10 million because I do know about money waken get some. So Anita widened her legal team requested and I use that term loosely. A $10 million payment from The band Lady antebellum. And then they said 1/2 would go towards Anita Whites rebranding because I'm sure that's about what she spent to become. Yeah, idea and the shirt. It's like his. I want to do like a new website and stuff. It costs about that much you guys, not at all. But then, she said, one of the other half would go towards charities supporting the black community. She only wanted five million. You guys, It's just all to re brand, you know, with the new house and whatnot. Cool now. So here's the really interesting thing is that lady antebellum, and I'm going to continue to refer to them that way, because that's their name. That's their actual name is just so there's no confusion. Lady Antebellum actually applied for and registered the trademark lady a 10 years ago because sometimes when they're just talking about their brand or their music, or whatever on various websites or just out and about Bill, Shorten it to Lady. Aye, it's just easier to give them credit. They were smart enough to do that. Exactly, and nothing was contested. So when they filed for that trademark, there was no conflict of interest. This Anita White Chick didn't come forward and say, Hey, I've been using that name albums with and I trademarked it first. So wait. I didn't know she did not. She did not do that. So listen, We don't know anything about anything when it comes to trademark law..

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"black soul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"black soul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"WNYC I'm Richard hake good morning at seven forty three stay tuned will bring you live coverage of president trump's statement expected sometime after nine o'clock this morning the president is expected to address the Iranian missile attack against US targets in Iraq will carry those remarks live right here plus all the latest news and analysis and that will continue through the Brian Lehrer show this morning right now though here's John Schaefer with today's killer slash bills country music industry might not be the place you'd expect to find a black soul singer but you'll love this made a big splash in her time in the music city the former lead singer of the British country in Seoul I am this embarked on a solo career really took off in twenty nineteen she released her debut LP walk fire garnered three Grammy nominations including best new artist and was the hit of the Newport folk festival the songs range from twenty roots music widescreen this song faraway look our way look she plays tonight music hall of Williamsburg for details.

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"black soul" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"black soul" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"There's nothing like a holiday commercial and don't Oh give me a clip of a military person. No comment homes. Here's forgetting I'm Dan. Do you know who's good for posting those Miley. Yeah he's proposing those taking me out all all the time I'd love that. Just commercials make you feel good and aisles. And then you go in the stores and they're playing all your jams every holiday playlist which I'm already playing okay. I'm not ashamed. All right my black soul Christmas playlist on spotify over the years court. I perfected it. What's your own playlist? I'm just GonNa you know but it has some great. I think you would approve of you. Know I'll be honest with you. I went to see into proud on Broadway. And although it bullivant tastic I did want to hear them seeing silent Knight. Yes I know I realize it did not make a play. It didn't have a place I really i. I really want to Because the temptations Christmas album Wu. Ma'am my daddy. Put me onto that when I was very young and all of them. Look it's on on here Got The Christmas Song. I got donny. Hathaway this Christmas. I Have Chris Brown this Christmas. I'm not ashamed. I've got the little drummer boy with the house this Christmas. Christmas pause epic did a really good. Did he did it. I I agree. I think I liked the right after don earthquake hit Santa Baby. Yes Hello Oh and someday at Christmas stevie wonder Oh we're supposed to be getting the The more P- version of Santa Baby. John Legend Oh he's giving us I don't I liked like I know it's okay. I know I still think for Anti Earth Academy too but I know his John so he'll he'll do it right. Yeah he will you know I mean all the things things. CV wonder and then you've got Whitney this is just like my mariah. You know what I love to play. CICELY ride is the Charlie Brown Christmas and the macy's Thanksgiving Day parade on my who. Kelly told us she's going to be on. He's going to be in it this this year. I'm hello we hope you are getting together now. You feel good good. We see this during the kitchen you up early you already on your feet. You're cooking we're not you are and we're saluting you we're talking to you wait so we are. I was Julia was asking me like Oh my mom. Doing for Thanksgiving wonder and I was like well. He's already made the green she leg literally stopped in the street. Three in looking at the end has already made the Greens I said. Yeah Nana's just GonNa Cook. The Turkey stuffing like Nanna. Has It all been she. Just kinda looked like yes yes like. She just gave his name. It's happening like we just gonNA come in and eat and we see he says you're about to make magic in your home with your family today. Yes he thankful for each other. We are thankful for all all of you. Did you see the note outside where we're recording today. What did he say the note said? Let all your thinks be thinks. Oh all your thanks. b- thanks let them know that it. Yup let's let this. That's today and this weekend and forever but I think speak thanks. Ooh Samy Save me some all right up next. Kelly Rowland Corey and I are laughing because family is here. Kelly Rolling is here and we just started.

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"black soul" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"My. presentation about. comparing climate. a World War two. and a couple of them were very interesting at what one note says your available very interesting that little PT compared global warming to the country fighting World War two Alexander okay. this made the same comparison. we have to remember something Mister Limbaugh. the millennials generation Y. generation Z. generation X.. have had such a comparatively safe because she sick your life. they do not have the fight any battles relay they've not had to put themselves on the line. they don't have anything in their lives that they can say they tackled and they triumphed over. then they persevered that day one and so they have decided Mister Limbaugh. that climate change is their battlefield. to compare World War tuned to the made up scam of climate change is of course ridiculous Mister Limbaugh exactly as you say I couldn't say it any better. that these young people are so in search of having some kind of meaning in their lives. they have to avoid the historical facts to feel better about their luxurious lives they've grown up hearing about World War two when the greatest generation I've grown up hearing about Vietnam they've grown up hearing about all the hardships and the suffering. the sacrifices they haven't had to do any of this your exactly right Mister Limbaugh when you'll say baby boomers and others have had to invent their own traumas. to convince themselves life has challenges. I can assure you that people living in Hong Kong right now are not free getting worried about climate change. that would be a luxury they cannot afford as they fight for very very freedom from a communist country. but our wealthy by comparison safe question it comfortable millennials need something. to make themselves thank they are tough. and that they can beat back. and climate changes and that's an interesting theory wouldn't you say. and then in the official climatologist of the I. B. number Dr Spencer university about about home smells sends it out you know what I rush I agree with that corner. although I have a different take on the comparison mayor Pete trying to make it sound like it's patriotic to fight climate change and that we will win like World War two but that it will be difficult. which is true because it's going to be impossible. because we can this is a non beatable non solvable never ending thing we can't stop whatever the climb is going to do. Dr Spencer says people may die in the process mayor Pete is preparing people they may die. people are going to have to sacrifice people are going to have to give up a lot. it's a clever way of convincing Americans to do something that will be painful. and hurtful and hard and challenging and difficult and tough black soul rewarding so these two knowledge basically have the same premise. assuming that is mayor Pete's tapping into the idea of. that young leftists. despite being perennial unhappy and angry and grieved and feeling will field within justice really haven't had the. badly they had to make it all up yes climate change here is their battle field there are moments their time for greatness. to push back against enemy. your wardrobe. no big deal we've got to be that quiet met. we've got to be a global warming. and believe me I can under the understand the seductive nature of this and it's yes again routed the in. fear. what they're gonna look up on the verge of convincing people do. give up freedom give up prosperity give up opportunity. basically to be calm. in snared in lives of. what's the word I'm.

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"black soul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:51 min | 2 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Alison, Stewart speaks with Sebastian younger bestselling author journalist and documentary filmmaker about his latest book a meditation on tribalism and belonging. And we'll talk about the closing of the half king bar the longtime Chelsea institution that he owned. Tune in at noon. On WNYC. This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Brian Lehrer on WNYC when you think about organic table food. What do you think of? All right now. What is the farmer? Look like. America's sustainable food movement is growing, but it's still predominantly white and that can have the potential to result in the neglect of the needs of more diverse communities here in New York City council member Rafael Espinel, sponsored legislation to expand urban agriculture and maintain community gardens introduced that back in August. But activists argue there's still a long way to go. Some are even taking it upon themselves to grow fresh food primarily for communities of color living in so-called food deserts. So joining me now is one such farmer. Leah Panama is the co director and program manager of soul Firefox and her new book is a how to guide on how to grow food and give back it's called farming while black soul fire farms, practical guide to liberation on the land Leah thanks so much for joining us. Congratulations on the book and welcome. WNYC? Thank you. It is a pleasure to be here with you. Tell us about soul fire farm where is it? What are you grow? Share? We are stewarding seventy two acres of snowy mountainside lands in upstate New York. A little town of Grafton, and we started in twenty eleven with a mission to end racism and injustice in the feed system. So with our tiny team of eight folks, we grow food using afro indigenous techniques and get it to the people who need it most in our community. And we're also training hundreds of new farmers each year from black indigenous lat next communities, the title farming, while black is obviously a play on words, not to driving while black living while black stories, obviously in which African Americans, you know, talk about being racially profiled helped to remind us in two thousand eighteen how public spaces are still perceived along racial lines. So what pick the farming while black confection as the title for your book. Well, our history as black gray and people is pretty riddled with racism and oppression. You know, of course, we know that twelve and a half million of our folks were kidnapped from the source of west Africa to build the agriculture in this nation, but it didn't end in eighteen sixty five you know, we live on a legacy of sharecropper and convict leasing which is the state's practice of filling the prisons with black folks and renting them back out to the plantation. And even today we we have to deal with the legacy of farmworker oppression. And the fact that, you know, eighty five percent of the folks to grow our food have Brown skin and don't have the same legal protections. So it's it's dangerous to be a steward of the land and be black Brown in the country. And we wanted to recognize that in the book and also uplift the noble contributions of black folks to sustainable agriculture at the same time. And so one initiative I see that so fire farm took on right away was the community supported agriculture, which allows farmers to bring their goods directly to consumers. In the city. Tell us about your CSI. Sure, you know. And of course, we have to shout out Booker T widely a professor at Tuskegee university at black land grant college in the south for inventing, the idea of the CSI. So this came right out of the black community as a way of achieving economically, viable, farms and the way that works for us. We have one hundred families were members of our CSI and every Wednesday. We box up all the vegetables and herbs and eggs and meat that we grow here on the farm, and we bring it right to the doorsteps of those who need it most. We sent a refugees immigrants and people impacted by mass incarceration and people pay just what they can afford for that food. How far and why there's this basically being distributed in New York City or or more than that? Oh, well, we're hyper local we're actually about three and a half hours north of New York City. So we serve the Albany in SRI communities, but we do have sibling farms. We call them in New York City, notably carbon healthy project, which does a very similar program that does reach New York City listeners anyone out there right now who's been impacted by food apartheid as some call it. How have you overcome the obstacles in your neighborhood to get fresh food on the table? If you're in a so-called food desert. Anyone listening associated with blacker Latinas farming initiatives, your cells community gardeners. Anyone else we want to hear from you and your questions for Lia penman, author Nahla farming while black soul firefighters, practical guide to liberation on the land anybody ever read any soul fire farm, produce two one two four three three WNYC two one two four three three nine six nine two. You write about how? In the book, the idea of sustainable farming practices CSA's. And so on that these ideas were presented to you most often by white farmers. It wasn't until later that you discovered a lot of these farming and community building practices actually have the deep roots in African American culture. Can you talk a little bit about you ever? Listen of the understanding, they're yeah. And that learning has been so important because you know, Crispell the Newsome says the land was the scene of the crime, right? And so we have all this trauma associated with lands. And I think one of the ways that we heal the trauma is by understanding that our history of of noble relationship with the land is much longer and deeper than that history of oppression. You know, it goes back to even Cleopatra. She came up with Vermeer composting idea of using worms to wherein castings to enrich the soil. The raise beds that we love so much come from the Ovando people in Namibia and the cover cropping comes from George Washington Carver at Tuskegee, and many many other examples. So our curriculum itself firm is. Based off of these techniques and technologies and farming. While black is the first chance we've had to put that all together in one place. There's a story that you're telling the book of how you connect with your African ancestors through filing in particular or finding particular seeds. Can you talk about maybe the Dahomey women of west Africa in relation to that? Oh, absolutely. Yeah. So one really important legacy story is that of our grandma's grandma's grandma's, who when they knew that they were going to be kidnapped from their homeland made this courageous and beautiful decision to raid the seeds that they'd say for generations into their hair. So the cow Mullarkey Kia black rice melon seeds okra seeds, and they knew they were going to be removed from their land and dispossessed, but they wanted to carry that heritage with them and believed against odds and a future of tilling reaping on soil. So we think of ourselves as folks who are carrying on that legacy of the women who braided seats in their hair, and you're very transparent in the book about what it took to start. So Firefox like listening the prices for how much you paid for your land. How much it costs to get the allegation put in things like that? What do you hope that'll teach readers? Well, you know, personally, I'm a real practical type person type of activists. I don't have a lot of patients for armchair, activism or Twitter, activism. So this book had to be a how to guide it has a really lay bare, you know, how do you get lands? How do you save seed, you know, how do you improve degraded soil, and so that's the heart of the book is is all of these tips and tools that we've learned through trial and error over time. So folks can not make the same mistakes. Let's stick of call Amy in Manhattan, you're on WNYC. Hey, amy. Hi, I'm wondering for things one is how can how can wanted to support this effort? Find out the. If it's benefiting farmer, go color or or not. And and the other thing is I wonder if that. The. That there might be a connection between the. Between this issue and the the image of organic food as as the as elite. Two two really good questions. Yeah. Well, everyone can get involved. You know, it's not lack folks who've made the food system racist. And so we all need to pitch in and make it better some practical next steps, you can take is. If you go to Sulfite dot ORG undertake action, we have a policy platform that was put together by over one hundred black farmers saying, this is what needs to change in terms of the lie and also right in our local communities and one of those tools, we created as a reparations map. That's there, and you can go on and find projects in your area and reach out and support them. So there are some practical next steps for all of us. And yeah, I agree. You know, the image of organic food is elite partly is because the farmville the farm Bill subsidizes cheap crappy food, and we have to pay the full price of that good organic. So there's a systemic issue there. But I think something that's been important for us is to reclaim, you know, our connection to that good food. Fannie Lou Hamer said if you have four hundred quarts of greens and Gumbo soup. Can't for the winter. No, one can push you around or tell you what to do. So that idea of healthy food. Growing our selves canning that's been part of our heritage. And we need to reclaim that narrative for our selves. Chuck in Washington DC, you're on WNYC. Hi, chuck. Hi, this is Chuck for DC south east. And my question is that is there an African American here in DC because you're caller or. The author is amazing. A YouTube channel, and she needs help let me know. But it'd be great because she's doing it so crooked, credibly good. And and I'm a black man in DC and listen to your show. And I was wondering if there's something exists here in the mid Atlantic zone. You know, who you should get in touch with is Reverend Hieber Brown in Baltimore who is doing some incredible food security work with the church community. And he knows everybody. So he can definitely connect you. There's also the black dirt collective near y'all who are in our network. So I know it's happening, and I'm not I don't live in your area. So I can't tell you the details, but reach out to river Brown. Okay. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. My guest is Leah Panamanian author of filing while black Sulfia farms, practical guide to liberation on the land, her soul fire farmers in upstate graft in New York, and Richard in new Rochelle has a question about that location. I think Richard you're on WNYC. Hello. Hi, brian. And leah. Yeah. I'm quite familiar with Grafton. It's a rural area about twenty miles to the to the east of Troy. And there are no black family said I'm aware of that live in that area. I haven't run across any. And in fact, the people that I know in the area are I think fairly characterized as redneck, and I just wondered why Lee would have chosen to establish this kind of a form in that area. Do you think that's a fair characterization over generalize about people? But go ahead. No. That is a powerful question. You know, the public schools here last time, I checked the students and the teachers were one hundred percent white, and it is a poor working class area. You know, but I think it's really important for us to remember that the land where on this is Stockbridge Muncie mohican land, this is indigenous land that was stolen and the black community has a longstanding presence here, you know, Harriet Tubman farm was not too far away. The rap road. Black community was not too far away the Timbuktu community Adirondacks. And so we don't we don't want to give away our power and our belonging in that narrative. You know, I'm not going to diminish the struggles. It's definitely been a lot of really careful relationship building. We've had to do, you know, there's Trump signs all around us and gun rights signs, but we do have a positive relationship of mutual support with many of our neighbors, and that comes from China reach beyond, you know, politics and rayson and find the humanity each other and that's been important to keep us safe..

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"black soul" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Couldn't help it either. It just it just came out, you know, we'll see that you're fan of the movie. Cobra I once was at Ralph son. Olympic right outside. Knock Italy plaza. No shit. Yeah. And I'm in there and I see the bad guy from Cobra, no way names, Brian Thompson. He's turned me down three times for the podcast, but I'm not better and I just walk up to him as I check in watermelons or something. Any new. Like I'm literally standing an inch from him, and he just turns to me and I might. You won't kill me. Will you. Even I have rights and he's looking at me like, what are you talking about? I'm like, dude, Cobra he didn't. He didn't know you're no. And then Stallone says to you, this is with the law stops and start. And he just didn't even acknowledge me. Just kind of walked off if you had had a match stick in your mouth. Yeah, that might have done it and the overcoat the gun with the Cobra the Cobra Marion Marion co. And then I also saw the guy, the bad guy, typical eighties, bad guy in Cobra with the bad skin. They didn't really good dermatologist on coke who's in the supermarket, right actually saw him at a supermarket. If I remember that it's the talking about the first scene where I want the median here, man, I'm going to blow this place up. Good shop here right behind the Bud Light sign and Pepsi signed. They knew what they were doing for cash cab. They, they had the sponsors flowing placement, Ben Bailey. You're the best do. This was good fun. Thanks for having me. Please come back. We'll do a movie episode where we can talk about Lou diamond Phillips. In the power of one, the first power I power Jeff, Kober I know Lou. He's awesome. He's a great dude. A lot of love for we have a deal that I never bring that movie up. I'm just kidding, Tom Cruise that was losing it, what's lucid it? This is just the podcast keeps on giving. It's never been busy, but cancel your next appointment to do an hour on losing. We're talking about eighties movies. I believe it's his very first movie where him Jackie Earle Haley from right. Yeah, bad news bears. Yep, Kelly leak. Kelly voice Shak. The second bad news bears might be the most racist movie. It's unbelievable. The whole movie Ahmad the center fielder is I, we're going to the joint man. Black soul concern was going to prison. Jewish guy was handling the money. And of course angle, the fat catcher was just concerned with food, just eating candy bars the whole time. It's tough business because you know, I always thought, wow, he looks a little different than the the original bad news bears, and apparently the first catcher in the OG bad news bears grew four inches. So it wasn't as fat so they didn't want to kick them out. Oh, that's brutal. Hollywood. Engelbert in still played a shitty catcher even if he wasn't that fat, that's that's rough. Support been Bailey. Listen to podcasts. The podcast, please do new episodes coming, but you know, you can still listen to older episodes on I tunes. There's forty of them out there. Yeah. So Ben was very nice. He didn't have to do this. He's leaving to go back home tomorrow, so I appreciate that. And thank you guys for all the love and support, Jonathan Branston. Thank you for setting this up. He just me just getting in. Hang. I love you all..

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"black soul" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"M. here we're staying up all night. Yeah, do we'll get some cocaine us Rachel pepper? We'll be on this couch but how we can do it here. We'll just we'll just rage it all night long, you know, and then watch a Saudi Arabian pay per view. No, that's Austrailia. That's the Australian one. I mean, it doesn't really matter. They're all meaningless. And the other thing is how about that triple h? And the other thing is it sounds even better what I'm singing in frigging triple h. Okay, you go out there and you and you do a really beautiful moment with the, there's two children that have cancer and they give them championship belts, and that's a really beautiful moment. And behold the king of kidding, then they go backstage and and someone stops him and asked him about early Caruso and they ask him about the facade random fan with the microphone. Someone asks them about undertaker and he triple h goes, I sold my soul a long time ago. You can't say that right after you just gave some cancer kids championship belts and kind of like made their dreams come true in the middle of the ring. Okay. Backstage and be like laws. When I saw on time ago on evil man, I'll swallow the undertaker's black soul. By the way, Connors, cure.

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"black soul" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on Bad Science

"Hop on this and it's like what the hell is going on you're just seem so ludicrous it was definitely a very roundabout way i mean but it needed that was they're using that to set up the end of the movie sure of that wasn't necessarily but you're right it's very detached from the probe and yes and not to skip around but completely to skip around mac mcdonagh's sobbing dramatic monologue no i'm not going to get into acting performance here matthew i know you're listening he's definitely listening but the me matthew but the the ending like they tried to make everything fit too much i thought which was also a necessary like they had not only the bookshelf thing where he spells out stay which he knows doesn't work from a week ago when he left or whatever but then there's also the scene where he's traveling back through the black hole and he reaches out to touch and hathaway and that connects to the early part in the film that made no sense it was just the cast being like who has this move like an hathaway and it just it just seemed like so confusing you know seem like call these people and then they all said yes i don't fuck you got everyone just i don't know up catering spine with the casting it was just yeah the those bits were like okay well that's nice but then it was becoming very i would have been so much happier if they did not explain how anne hathaway had that weird and shake through dimensions or whatever that it was just them going through a black hole inside okay i'm i'll take that i really and i think is the audience you do accept it when it happens but then when they explain it that's where i've said that's completely ridiculous that makes no sense can we like like i guess from a science perspective what is a black hole like what like what are getting into back sorry sorry please black hole so i'm just wondering what is a black soul so even know so you know the black hole is basically when you have a lot of mass in a very little volume okay well that there are two things that define escape velocity from any type of mass the velocity that you're going away from it and how far away you start from it that is at.

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"black soul" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Absolutely and i think the way she talked a little bit about the the tunis of the black soul which is i was a wb debris always air that of galoshes snus yeah we talked about that a reflect you'll get out video which i think is speaking exactly to what he's talking now yacht really interesting stuff i mean all in all these emails were really amazing twitter too i mean fuck man i think we're we're just trying to struggle together and that's one of the things it's so amazing about this film is that this film is able to its able to introduce the black experience to uh a couple of white dudes from wherever the how we're all from you know um end and then the other many millions that watched the movie and uh and that's why i mean even seen some like black panther is going to be so interesting 'cause i don't know shit about the comics at all but you know this film is being marketed as a very afrocentric experience and so stuff like that the more that we can experience that the more we can see moonlight the more that we can watch films that introduce as to these minority opinions or a minority voices are minority perspectives the the more readily available will we have the tools and resources to be able to uh encourage and stimulate difference aren't we're going to go ahead and wrap it up uh thank you for listening to this special mailbag episode uh since get out is a darling for the oscars this year we thought you know faulk why not just make a whole nother episode reitox about these things since we got someone most buffalo emails ever gotten so um if you want us to do more these kinds of things let us know the more emails you send us the more incentivize will be to do stuff like this and this was a real pleasure and thank you so much for sending your emails and that's about it so thank you guys for listening and we'll see you next week.

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"black soul" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Lenny kravitz the great one kravets oh halfjewish half black soul jewish soul brother to that to that you always see him with a nice a nice little piece he was spotted with a victoria's secret model um barbara fiallo and and i saw the picture i i i caught it this morning i said you know what i gotta give lenny some love because lenny puts it down low key that's the hallmark but he he has a full pa remember he had a split in his parents in he was wearing a cock ring yes yes full pa yes that set him back a little bit but he's still continues to do his thing yes yes because if you see that the young ladies with now you go i ain't no stopping lenny like he's still still fog in the year all right what else is going on i want to give a shout out to our guy jared jack new york knicks signed on for the rest of the season obviously if you listen to the jared jack i am repport stereo podcast the starting point guard of the new york knicks he was out of the nba because he had a suffer a terrible injury he got side with the new york knicks he's been he's been sort of mentoring frank nickel lena knocking down big shots bringing leadership breeding stability to the new york knicks he hit the game would have risked dallas mavericks the other day guaranteed contract throughout the season.

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"black soul" Discussed on Crybabies

Crybabies

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on Crybabies

"Wait dudes from from england came over and they just wanted to sound black you know led zeppelin and jones and everything of joe cocker and like they just wanted to be black and they they made billions off again the women to tune all spring alia and so like it's like oh you want some like black soul like i'm going to give it to you and i'm a gloomy guys out of the room and she's so frequent did like listening to naked like that it just makes everything else like even the stones like i love the stones but all that just it just just like dissolves are ag the power of of her vocals yeah oh i wish we had a little clip from a pink floyd where we hear her voice i don't know if he can pull it up really fast and wonder what song i thinking ihc you do that um i think mary clinton did those folk goals on uh um dark side of the moon and it's very a hunted an known i may be wrong but anyway she's amazing yeah i a i just love that we got to know her a little bit through this film and you know see her as somebody who's a full artist in her own right it has really wonderful and once again it was that moment appearing because of it was the documentary says listening i was making dinner i'm at home in new orleans and listening to npr and up there were talking about the the documentary the twenty feet from start him and that came on there is a little snippet of her kind of explaining how she was pregnant with her hereon rollers for coat and goes two and then it came on it just like blasted out of the radio and i remember just like like kind of like falling of like gripping the kitchen counter like holey cheese like i'd never did you know that she was saying rapemurder when you were child did because i didn't i didn't neither yeah i thought well i could i knew she was saying murderer but i thought you saying some not a word like graham.

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"black soul" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"black soul" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"The brought a water bill of the firehouse in detroit is predominantly black soul so black people can't watermelon now well the black green against this let people thought that that was racist so get to get the job the was fired yeah he was fired let me instantly okay and there's no evidence getting anything write a racial area just owes he brought a gift to the firoz they were the ones that thought it was racist right i mean just like this guy the game were commission head of the party guy thought it was racists to for someone to call other people pretty um other females privy which is amazing that someone took offence to a gift means that he gets fire thanks for the gift but i'm taking a fence too so you're going to lose your job to me if you take it fence to that when there's nothing written he doesn't say anything disparaging he doesn't say hey this is for all eu black guys right these racist on your part right to assume it's racist rewrite madness it is mad at us we had a play this speaking of all this racial stuff we got to play this uh michelle obama audio from the other day where she was who she addressing she was she was at some of those as it got herds in philadelphia she was only was a day that was a women's conference in at audio yes she started talking about the color palettes of congress yes we gotta get unbelievable sluice we don't have time to play ireland here but we will play it on the other side it's unbelievable it's unbelievable we have co we have gone so far down the drain for as a society you something special half of that day to those of the special epa that day at the car pro at the pennsylvania conference for women what.

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