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The Woke Left Attempts to Cancel Christopher Columbus

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

The Woke Left Attempts to Cancel Christopher Columbus

"Americans are tired of this upside down. World this is columbus day. And i'm just old enough to appreciate. Christopher columbus sailing the ocean blue in fourteen ninety. Two and opening up this part of the world to exploration. I don't know that we would be where we are today. I wouldn't be talking to you if it weren't for christopher columbus but the woke left has attempted to cancel christopher columbus in just a few moments. We're going to be joined by a friend who you know household name saturday night. Live alum movie broadway veteran and morning show host in new york. Am nine seventy. The answer's own joe piscopo. He's been making the rounds defending columbus day. Isn't it funny to see how businesses are afraid to celebrate columbus day we've replaced columbus day supposedly with indigenous peoples day. And i mean we're watching sort of widespread madness.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:54 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez ondo so daily on his it all started with christopher columbus. Europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He treated.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:54 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez ondo so daily yona francisco it all started with christopher columbus. Europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing in a bahamas he treated..

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:54 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez. Ondo disown daily. Yona francisco it. All started with christopher columbus europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He treated.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:52 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez. Ondo disown daily. Yona francisco it. All started with christopher columbus europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:52 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez. Ondo disposal daily yona francisco it all started with christopher columbus. Europe's obsession with western. Discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He treated.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:52 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez. Ondo disown daily. Yona francisco it. All started with christopher columbus europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:52 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez. Ondo disown daily. Yona francisco it. All started with christopher columbus europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on THIS IS DEMOCRACY

THIS IS DEMOCRACY

01:51 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on THIS IS DEMOCRACY

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez. Ondo disown daily. Yona francisco it. All started with christopher columbus europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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01:51 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez. Ondo disown daily. Yona francisco it. All started with christopher columbus europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:51 min | Last month

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez. Ondo cross daily yona francisco it all started with christopher columbus. Europe's obsession with western. Discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He.

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How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

Classics for Kids

02:03 min | 2 months ago

How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever

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Regenerative Agriculture: Kelsey Scott Is a 125th-Generation Land Steward

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Regenerative Agriculture: Kelsey Scott Is a 125th-Generation Land Steward

"As farmers grapple with climate change many are turning to regenerative agriculture practices these techniques help store carbon in the soil and make the land more resilient to extreme weather. The approach is increasingly popular but not new regenerative. Agriculture is really just a return to how this landscape evolved with the indigenous communities as the stewards prior to fourteen. Ninety two kelsey. Additional scott is with the intertribal agriculture council and owner of dx beef. My favorite thing to do is introduce myself as a fourth generation cow calf producer but a one hundred and twenty-fifth generation land steward of the great plains on a ranch in south dakota dushi. No scott uses regenerative grazing methods. She rotates where her cattle roam so the grass can rest in grow deeper roots and as the animals move. They dropped manure than adds nutrients to the soil. We're really trying to encourage our cattle to impact the land in the way that the bison did as the great plains was evolving. She says her goal is to nurture not just her animals. But the plants wildlife soil and people at the end of my prayer and lakota. We say madaka or yossi which means we're all

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Juan Sebastián Elcano Was Actually the First Person to Circumnavigate the Earth

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:18 min | 7 months ago

Juan Sebastián Elcano Was Actually the First Person to Circumnavigate the Earth

"Ferdinand magellan is often credited with being the first person to circumnavigate the earth. However this isn't true. I don't mean this in the same way that columbus wasn't the first european in the americas because the vikings made it to newfoundland. I i mean magellan never circumnavigated the earth at all period. The magellan voyage did not set out travel around the world. The purpose of the mission was to find a western route to the spice islands. Or what we now call indonesia. They set out in fifteen nineteen only twenty seven years after columbus first landed in the bahamas in fourteen. Ninety two the magellan voyage really just set out to achieve with the columbus expedition tried to to reach asia by sailing west. The difference was that this time they knew there was a gigantic landmass in between europe and asia. And this time they were gonna go around it. Magellan was portuguese so many people assume that his expedition was sponsored by portugal. But that wasn't the case. It was actually a spanish expedition sponsored by king charles. The first the spanish wanted the western route because portugal had a monopoly on the eastern route around africa in through the indian ocean. The expedition consisted of five ships with supplies. Last two full years the total crew consisted of two hundred and seventy minute at the start mostly spanish but with crew from many different countries. The expedition took a major toll. The first ship was lost in fifteen twenty in a storm in argentina. The second ship was abandoned in what is now called the straits of magellan. Several months later the third ship was scuttled in the philippines and may fifteen twenty one because of lack of crew and the fourth was lost in indonesia in december on april twenty seven. Fifteen twenty one. Magellan himself was killed in the philippines by the natives of the island where they landed. He was surrounded and killed with spears. This left the expedition. In a quandary. Its leader was dead. Over half the crew were dead and they were on the other side of the world. They sailed around without any purpose for about six months. And eventually the crew selected one wants fashion elcano a spaniard to be the captain of the last remaining in smaller ships of the fleet. The victoria they decided to return home via the western route and september. Six fifteen twenty two. The ship arrived back in spain at the same port. They left almost three years

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"In the light of what they already thought the cultural formations and religious formations which they brought into it or the people around them hat right. If you think of it in those terms we really cannot just ever look at one or other the tragedy on its own terms. You really have to see eight in a continuity of development drag. You could say that the destruction of the temperature an incredible dramatic break but it was working within a context to understand it in that context. And only in that context. Can we understand. The change came in its wake and it's real term the other thing that i would say that it was very important to me in. This book is once again. I focus very heavily on this question of reconstruction how you manage to reconstruct their lives. How it was for example in eastern europe with not only back on their feet but were taking up major roles twenty twenty five years later very very soon bearing in mind the number of dead in the size of refugee crises. You could say the same about the expulsion from spending four thousand. Nine hundred. Ninety does not take in historical terms very long before the jews are back on efi doing extremely well that raises a really interesting question in my mind that nobody had asked and that is the jews have culturally determined ways of dealing with this kind of crises. There are enough of them in the very long course of jewish history fast to start thinking about the strategies of survival the strategies a reconstruction overtime. And my guess is that research begins to be done. We will see that. There are ways in which jewish society deals with it that have been found overtime to be effective. And the tell us time off the time. And it's why burr on argue. That is not so important not to put. It wasn't important because actually the jews are very successful. At overcoming overcoming its consequences. Negative and so yes. I think that's a really important aspect of jewish life and jewish experienced that borodin's approach shot. Hit you couldn't understand it. Through what baron want but in fact it seems to me something very deep and that needs to be understood in a much longer chronological term. Certainly than i did. I was just looking at the my one moment. But i think it's a key phenomenon. Well right i mean. I think that especially going back to something that you said earlier. In our conversation it is really fascinating and really critical. I think to understand how. And why. And in what ways eastern european jewry was able to bounce back which is to say that for instance. If you look at two other major tragedies in jewish history we already mentioned the holocaust but you pointed to the fourteen ninety two expulsion of the jews from spain. These communities are able to bounce back but in new places in many respects. What is it about the aftermath of sixteen forty eight the allows jews to bounce back in the same place where this violence taking place in the first place and especially in the context as you mentioned earlier that this is a key moment where you see the ascendancy of western and central europe in kind of broader european historical terms and then in the aftermath of sixteen forty eight poland and lithuania beginning this process of To some extent it's already taking place but you have this process of declining power in the region leading up eventually one hundred years later to the partition of poland by russia prussia and austria. So what is taking place here in terms of allowing the jews to bounce back in this location in relationship to the broader transformation of europe in the aftermath of the peace of westphalia..

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

"Deborah pondimin about the the pure principles of success Sarah mccrum relationship with money. Alison armstrong the male female dynamic. And how to how to shift that. So there's ways that we can take this higher state of consciousness and stage of consciousness and sort out new perspectives and choices so we ended up in our magnificent new normal very cool. Yeah just sounds like you got a landmine. Their information and wisdom and experience from all different types of people like you said all walks of life which is very cool but there's overlapping between hall of them. You know it's it's unique. So how did you come up with this idea. And we kind of locked up in your house. A year ago during the pandemic. And you're like what's going on here and what we actually. It actually was asking these people. What's what do you notice if the pandemic and hearing everyone talk about the need to make a change and because i'm already oriented towards a concept of collective consciousness and i was looking at this as a potential for leaping forward. I am been aware of research on collective transformation through meditation. I've been aware of all these things. being meditators myself and i think also there was an intuition and a knowing in me and in talking to Alario merck yulia. Who's a an elder in the onondaga nation. He talks about this as a prophecy. Time as well Anita sanchez also from indigenous background. Alberto vilar although they talked about this time and if you catch lynn twists interview which is available to anyone registered. No matter what it's available. Low with the bruce lipton shocks about a five hundred year cycle according to a tradition of indigenous wisdom. That she's aware of from about fourteen ninety two till about nineteen. Ninety-two was five hundred years. Which was marked by dominance and darkness. And then now. It's a five hundred year cycle balance in light but in the first two or three decades. There's there needs to be a change because what happens is there's the eagle in the door people. The eagle is the western side. Where they have this by this time achieved the highest level of advancement of the mind but they are not connected to the heart and they need connection to the heart and indigenous wisdom to survive. And then there's the condor people who are deeply at the at the epitome of their connection to the heart and in digital but are not as effective in the mind the to need each other to survive. And that's the coming together at this time of the masculine feminine of the heart and the mind but during the first twenty or thirty years of this five hundred cycle earth steps up to humble the Eagle people realize that they understand the the the role of earth so whether issues pandemic etc she. She gives a whole narrative of what may be happening. This time according to indigenous wisdom and it's fascinating and we hear a different slightly different thing from lauren yulia etc. But if this is in fact a time of transformation if it is lynn talked about as learned something that our souls prayed into existence so that our society would not be careening off a cliff. But actually changing bruce lipton and Lynch was talking about if we're actually entered a cocoon and the cocoon physiological. Transformation from the.

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Why stories matter now more than ever

Unreserved

08:22 min | 1 year ago

Why stories matter now more than ever

"Can act as a comfort. They can explain transport record or act as a warning. They can help us. Imagine other worlds and futures the stories we take in have an impact they shape our inner and outer worlds and now maybe more than ever before stories matter today on unreserved in the time of the corona virus how indigenous people are looking to stories to deal with this challenging time. We're in a moment. That feels unsettling uncertain. Even scary. My next guest says this is why we need stories now more than ever Daniel. Heath Justice is the author of why Indigenous Literatures Matter? He's Cherokee and a professor and indigenous studies and English at the University of British Columbia. Daniel joined me from his home on the Sunshine Coast. Daniel Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. I am really honored to be here now. The last time we spoke your book why indigenous literatures matter had just been published and now we find ourselves in the midst of a pandemic. Why do you think indigenous literatures matter now? For so many reasons I think one of the main ones is stories help us carry on and indigenous peoples. Know what it is to face the end of the world many many times And I think our stories give us a lot of guidance that way and also speak to a life beyond the despair of the now How do you think literature can help us through this difficult time? I struggle with a little bit. Honestly it does it in a lot of ways. I think one way is to is to remind us that. There's something beyond the now but I think also just to articulate the the really mixed emotions of dealing with a time of real uncertainty and flux and chaos indigenous writers have addressed these issues. Well not just in writing but through story since time immemorial and I think especially since fourteen ninety two those have been really important testimonies of survival and reminders of where we come from and what we've struggled through and also a measure of hope for what what might still come When you think about the importance of stories You mentioned this briefly. Are you thinking about more than just written texts? Oh absolutely unthinking. Our traditional stories on thinking of our family stories The Dreams and fantasies and imaginings of of worlds that haven't yet come into being or may never come into being. I'm thinking of poems and songs. And all of the ways that we articulate our being in the world Past present and future. So what stories are. Are you turning during this time on turning to a lot of nonfiction actually You know so much work as in fiction and poetry. But I'm engaging a lot of philosophy about kinship and being in better relationship with the living world and thinking about what this time means in terms of of how we how we exist in relation with one another both in the positive and the negative ways. I think it's important to read both of those kinds of stories What about within within your own cultural framework understand there's a Cherokee story about how disease entered the world? There is an that has actually lingered with me. The Turkey story of how does came into world. Was that in the early times. Humans were very very fragile and very weak and the animals gifted their bodies and gifted themselves to humanity as their young species to help us survive so we didn't have claws. We didn't have great teeth. We didn't have for to protect ourselves so animals gave of themselves and sacrificed. Because we were. We were young and vulnerable but as we became more powerful we forgot those lessons and so we started to become much more abusive and we started to kill animals beyond our aid and finally the animals came together in council and each of the animal chiefs cursed us with disease as payback for the abuse that we had brought them in the in hospitality that we treated them with. And so that's one part of the story. That's how disease came into the world but this is also a story about how medicine came into the world because in council around the animal chiefs where the plant chiefs and that. He took pity on us. They also understood that we were very young and we were very ignorant than they had hoped that we could do better and so they gave us medicine for each disease that the animals cursed us with. And that's a pretty significant story in Cherokee tradition. It's a it is a story about. How generous the plants have been to us but it's also a warning that if we mistreat the plants. There's nobody to help us then. So it's a reminder that we have to be accountable for the way we treat our kin both human and other than human and there are consequences to not being in good relation with the world and that story has kind of been resonating in my in my thoughts and and thinking about what. What does it mean now to be in better relation in a world that is so out of balance a very powerful story what about other storytellers authors? Is there a book or passage that you've been finding helpful that you'd like to share with us? There's a passage in Leslie. Marmon SILCO's storyteller where she is talking about a story telling contest between a group of witches. This is before before fourteen ninety two. And they're all sharing these really horrible stories and in one of the witches who is unknown to the others shares. A story and it is so horrific. It's the story of colonization it's so terrifying and so terrible and the passage goes so the other witches said okay you win you take the prize but what you said just now. It isn't so funny it doesn't sound so good we are doing okay without it. We can get along without that kind of thing. Take it back. Call that story back but the witch just shook its head at the others and they're stinking animal furs and feathers. It's already turned loose. It's already coming. It can't be called back and that may seem like a very grim hopeless story for me. I actually find that a pretty powerful reminder that we have to be really careful especially in this time of of anxiety and fear what are we. What are we sending out into the world that we might not be able to take back and what is being sent out into the world by others. That is going to be very hard if not impossible for them to take back. It's not just about us. It's about the other people especially people in power. What are they? What stories are they putting out into the world that are going to wreak havoc on the world? I think it's really important to to think about those sorts of stories and those warnings reminders while we're also thinking about the ones that are very incredibly hopeful and so somebody likely and Simpson in her book. As we've always done toward the end she has really really powerful the powerful paragraph. It's just a few lines. I wanted to share. Indigenous futures are entirely dependent upon what we collectively do now as diverse indigenous nations with our ancestors and those yet unborn to create indigenous presences and to generate the conditions for indigenous futures by deeply engaging in our nation based grounded normativity we must continuously build and rebuild indigenous worlds and then she wraps up that paragraph by saying I don't want to imagine or dream futures. I want a better present and I think that for me is a real. It's a real call to accountability to call to love You know she talks about the colonial love. I'm finding that really helpful hopeful right now. We do have to think about the future. But what are we doing in our present as

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Hello we're in this together fourteen ninety two urging you to stay home he lives starts with you I'm it is so much real ninety two three Ellie's new home for hip hop urging you to stay home save a life starts with you.

Saints of Spain; David Suchet  Footsteps of St. Paul;  Michelangelo In Florence

Travel with Rick Steves

07:50 min | 1 year ago

Saints of Spain; David Suchet Footsteps of St. Paul; Michelangelo In Florence

"Whether you're looking at Michelangelo's magnificent statue of David or you get caught up in a ruckus crowd at a street festival in Spain or even if you just listen to the wind whisper. What life was once like among the sun bleached ruins of the Mediterranean? Your travels can lift your spirit in many ways. Hi I'm Rick Steves in just a bit. We'll take a closer look at the world. Michelangelo lived in influence. Five hundred years ago and actor. David Suchet tells us how he retraced the route that Saint Paul traveled through the eastern Roman Empire. Nearly two thousand years ago. Let's start the hour with a look at how people in Spain honor the lives of important figures from their past. There are actually hundreds of national and regional saints in Spain. And you'll find that many of them get a festival that brings their communities out into the streets to celebrate to explain the role of Saint in the culture of Spain. We're joined now by tour guides or hate Roman from Madrid and Francisco Gloria from pump. Lona or Hey in Francisco. Happy Easter Thank. You thank you so. Spain is a Catholic country in in the church is a huge part of the political and spiritual past. To what extent is the Catholic Church? Still a big part of Spanish society. Today it is. I mean now. The government that we have now is very conservative and they relates a political issues with the church. Not Everybody is happy about that but still part of it and also the most of the celebrations in Spain national holidays. They advocated saints. Lady's name names. I think a lot how. How does the naming of children work compared to the Catholic faith? I mean you're or hey your Cisco do they have any with your parents. Passion for Saints a Whole Mike. As many Ms Francis Xavier because your middle name is executive because for some frantic savior was born in my town so and he was the first Jesuit Right. He was one of the founders of Jesuits Yep okay main signatures which is a very common name. Ignatius and Francisco Xavier. That's a common name where you come from pump loan and actually my name is the ACLU into English degeorge and is the only saint in the Catholic Church actually wasn't a saint also warrior that killed the Dragon Saint George killing the Dragon. Yeah it wasn't saying actually but so there are a lot of festivals when you travel in and almost all of them seem to be related to the church. Talk about a couple of the the great festivals in the Saints Days. That are important in your life in your travels Francisco I am from component the running of the Bulls on what we celebrate. The death of Seinfeld mean so. It's like huge huge celebration. That week starts July six hundred ends July fourteenth saint for me and I. You wouldn't even know who saint for me unless you went to. The running of the Bulls and pump. Lana developed comes from employees. They don't even know who he is attacked because everybody wears the red Kerchief around their neck and when people go to the running of the Bulls they wear this red neckerchiefs symbolism planet. We are under two hundred thousand people. I didn't know we. We welcome one million people and everybody's wearing white unread and nobody knows why like. Excuse me you do get excuse me. I'M A tour guide. I want to explain to you why. You're wearing this red handkerchief. That was the first person that was baptized employees and they cut his head for the recent. So what we represent the white outfit Represents Holiness and the Redmond nights the blood coming out of his neck so he was an early Christian. Pump Loner who was beheaded. Yes he was. We hit it. We say that he was beheaded any Pamplona although history tells us that he was beheaded in France. But Hey ho hey. From Madrid what festivals would impact a traveler when that we should know about quite Madrid? Not Maniacs you say but there is one very close which is Toledo the Corpus Christi is the big the there in Corpus Christi in Toledo is and that's the the corporate the body the body of Christ that's correct. Yeah and that's the Big Day in Toledo and they do bring some things to parade around. And he's part of a could be the equivalent of the beaches. Pelton SPAIN LIKELY. You have here states them. They're very conservative in there. That's interesting because in the United States We've got a region called the Bible Belt in Spain. Is there a region that would be the Bible belt get could be the political? Be One of them if you go around. Let's say like half Mouche from Madrid to the West from Madrid to the West Toledo Arbella. Salunke that part of your Browning what do you? What is your image of being? We'll have to think that we had the Muslim heritage Muslim heritage started to come down of it from the north down. Thanks Community Santos on James. Drake has just for the historic context. The Muslims came in and took over Spain and Portugal in from the eighth century until fourteen. Ninety two a good part of Spain was ruled by Muslim overlords. And then for centuries there was the RECON keystone reconquering has finally fourteen ninety two. The last Muslim was pushed out of Granada and back into Africa. What I make the difference that the Community Santiago okay. The origin was by the coast and it was the beginning of the Spanish reconquista. So this is the Camino Santiago. This is the big pilgrimage trail that cuts across from France all the way across north Spain the major city in the north west of Spain Santiago de Compostela. They'll go and How what's the historical roots for this pilgrimage? Because thousands and thousands of people make this high out there still do it people at the beginning they did it by the coast so those kingdoms those ancient kingdoms there the realize that whatever was going there were no Muslims so th would they decided to push it south and south and south and south until the Camino we know today so I am from the north in the north we barely have any Muslim heritage. We were more Christine. Must time before. But if you go down to under Lucia there you find. Churches generally built upon a mosque. Correct and mosque was built upon a church than they destroyed. If you go to civilian you see them at Nickerson Tarver. A Cathedral Tower actually was the minaret of the old mosque. So there's this layering of history. And what's very poignant to me? Is We hear about people. Being beheaded today in this struggle of fanatic Islam and Christians and so on but if you go to a church in southern Spain it's very common to see a man on a horse with a big sword cutting off the heads of Muslims and at the feet of the Horse. There's six or eight heads of beheaded Muslims as correct. Lose this man that is son James. The son teams we're representing three ways bishop as more slayer the more slayer so his. His nickname was saint. James the slater the more killer. Well enter the Moore's for the Muslims. Yeah most of our lives and today's politically incorrect. So we're beginning to cover those heads on the floor seriously. Some of those old statues and paintings are getting with put flowers well enough so you hide them so you hide you see a guy on a white horse with a sore but every time a Christian is just so disgusted by a Muslim fanatic. That cut off one of his people's heads we've got to remember. This is nothing new in history Spanish. I consider myself Catholic. 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Book of the Month: The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich

Native America Calling

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Book of the Month: The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich

"Louise. We have definitely set the foundation in so now let's meet some of the characters Patrice Aka Pixie Aka. All the other names She is definitely a somebody that I'm sure. A lot of people can relate to especially her resilience and her take on the world You describe her go ahead. Well Pixie was someone who came up. A and announced herself to me is character. My main character Thomas Was very much like my grandfather or inspired by him but Pixie was different and she's a person who a woman who works at the jewel bearing plant. Now that's a real place. That was a real place in Raleigh North Dakota right off the reservation and most of the people who work there women The government ads about this where Because they are good at making these tiny children's because of their Indian blood and because they are good at beadwork but Thomas thinks no because of their sharp is and Turtle Mountain women can spirit with glance. And that's how Pixie is. She's she's working there And suddenly as I was writing her I came to this line. She did things perfectly when enraged. I thought wow I know that person maybe I am that person so then I just started writing Pixie. I really enjoyed writing her and I had to crack up because I was thinking of the different names that when somebody is named Patrice they have all kinds of side names in thought. Wow it's so funny to just see how her name is kind of almost You know this own narrative in its own in wind. She wants to be called a certain name in so really interesting on that and so she takes us to Some of the side of relocation and of course exploitation anything you want to share about that and in what I wrote that in intro that there are things in this book that mirror what we're facing today in our native communities especially in urban settings that was one of them. Tell me more go ahead Lewis. Sure well I wanted to start I wanted to say how how this started so long ago. I mean it started in fourteen ninety. Two the exploitation of native women but relocation was a real chance for this to become something that Something that was more common easier and supported by a government program. You know women would come down to the cities and you didn't get much support you've got a little bit of training and and a little bit of housing and then we're basically set loose. And so women were very vulnerable and are very vulnerable and And picks his sister. Vera is This is something that spend been part of the garden of truth which is a a study done by the Minnesota Indian women's Resource Center. You know they've talked about what the trade what. The trade routes is our for trafficking and so I I used that in in talking about what happens to vera and it's really gets heavy when we learned the truth of various story in her sister who's also pursuing her. She has her own run. In with exploitation. I don't want to give anything away but you tell us a little bit. About some of that police well the skid row area of Minneapolis is really based on a book called King of Skid Row and also on some movies that were taken at that time. There's some movies that you can find online about skid row. Minneapolis and in it. There are heartbreaking pictures of videos of women who are Who are being exploited and there there Obviously there's there's photographs in of them are in video of them and they have a black eye. You know. They'RE PUFFY. They've been they've been hurt and they're in that movie and It it's the thing that that that is so tremendously disturbing is that it only has increased. We only we have so many women we hear every single day. If someone's gone someone's missing and in my experience. This all of this is underreported. Because I know very very few native women who had not suffered in some way from abuse or exploitation in just thinking about it and you even wrote this in the character Mir after after your grandfather of Thomas when he heard of the truth of what was going on in the city and how much it shook him and just how heavy the stories way when even somebody just in our community is among this population or the numbers or the missing numbers in a really appreciate that opening up that this also affects our communities the people who are quote unquote back home There's a lot going on in really appreciate the ability to be talking about some of this because we're talking about a creation from one of our great writers of our time and indigenous writer. Louis

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Hatshepsut: 'The First Great Woman of History'

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Hatshepsut: 'The First Great Woman of History'

"Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia Lamonica. Today's leader was one of the few female fan and each in Egypt and one of its most successful pharaohs overall ruling for over twenty years. She led Egypt through a period of prosperity completed ambitious building projects and increased trade with surrounding lands. She sometimes called the first great woman of history. Let's talk about huts ships. Hatshepsut was born in around fifteen o seven BC to the Eighteenth Dynasty Addiction. King Tut most of the first and his primary wife very little known about her early childhood around the age of twelve hotshot so it was married to her half brother. Tet moves to the second who was a younger son of Hatshepsut's father and his secondary wife cut most of the second had three older brothers authors. So he wasn't originally next in line for the throne but each of his older brothers died before coming of age as the eldest living son of most of the first. I tut most of the second ascent to the throne around fourteen ninety two ABC hardships. It became his primary wife and Queen. She gave birth to a daughter but never had a son to inherit the throne. One took most of the second died around fourteen seventy nine B C e. his eldest son took most of the third was named King Tut. Most of the third was the eldest son of a lower harem queen and was only an infant when he took power as US such hardships. It acted as regent for the baby. This was fairly common arrangement at the time. But by most of the third seventh year in Power Hatshepsut sit herself had been crowned King and was given the full titles and Regalia of Traditional Pharaoh. Technically she co ruled with the young cut most of the third but there was no question about who the primary rule really was. It's unclear exactly how hot chips it gained that level of power and how she convinced. The Egyptian elite beat to accept a female fair. It's generally thought that she spent years promoting loyal officials into major positions of power and they in turn supported her bid for the throne during its reign. Egypt enjoyed appearing to peace with its neighbors. She went on a short successful military campaign in Nubia. Yeah when she first came to power after that. Her government's foreign policy was almost entirely focused on trade scenes on the walls of shops at. Stay here Bihari. Temple show trade expeditions and imports of valuables like gold. Animal Furs Ebony. And spices as part of their duties. Egyptian Pharaohs rose were expected to take on major building projects and restore the buildings of former pharaohs that had gone into disrepair in this regard had chips. It didn't buck the norm. She took on a massive building program that included temple to the God. Amon Ray in thieves a full remodeling of her father's hall and the addition addition of her own shrine at the Great Karnak temple complex and a beautiful temple cut out of rock at Beni Hasan among others hut ships. Greatest building chief of all was the year up a hurry temple. It was meant to serve as a living memorial temple that would continue to be used by her subjects after her death breath for her actual burial spot hardships. It added onto her father's tomb in the Valley of the Kings so she could be buried next to him as Hutch. Upset that older. She gave her co ruler. Tut Most of a third more power and a larger role in state government after Hatshepsut died around fourteen eighteen fifty eight BC Tut. Most of the third ruled alone for more than thirty years. During his rule. He tried hi to remove all traces of shops. Its existence here moved statues of her and Ethan wiped her name off. The official list of Egyptian kings. Modern scholars originally thought that this must have been an act of revenge. But it's now believe that it probably had more to do with cleaning up the line of succession. It's worth noting that other pharaohs did similar things to their predecessors including scrubbing building inscriptions and claiming the buildings as their own because of this campaign of erasure. Racer hardships it became essentially unknown to history until eighteen. Twenty two when the newfound ability to understand hieroglyphics finally allowed archaeologists theologists and scholars to read descriptions at her temple and rediscover this incredible.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hearing today related to the impeachment investigation against president trump today they're hearing from field a hill a former national security aide with expertise on Russia who left the company in a situation right before the phone call between the president and his Ukrainian counterpart house Judiciary Committee chairman Adam Schiff meantime recently said that the whistleblower may not testify but congressman Lee Zeldin of New York said today all facets of the investigation should be transparent whistleblower by the way should absolutely be here to testify in front of our ships said it might be necessary to protect the whistle blower from retaliation president trump could slap tough new economic sanctions on Turkey as soon as today even as the country argues before the UN security council that its military offensive into north east Syria is an exercise of its right to self defense under the one charter it's labeling Syrian Kurds terrorists the Kurds lost more than ten thousand troops fighting alongside US forces battling Islamic state Wisconsin is moving its calendar ahead from fourteen ninety two two twenty nineteen democratic governor Tony Evers signed an executive order to make the second Monday in October indigenous peoples day is downplaying the connection to what the day has previously represented I am here to recognize indigenous people and all they've done for just a response of recognizing them does no disservice to anybody else the move has drawn criticism from Milwaukee leaders alderman Bob Donovan says erasing Columbus day he's not the best way to honor indigenous people global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tech talk on Twitter I'm.

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of friends of mourning the Mexican singer Jose Jose who died on Saturday age seventy one but his death has turned into a big family run now sell these children say they haven't been allowed to see his body ninety nine where he is America's regional as a it's kind of. just some people getting used to the death of this great romantic star Jose Jose we've now got news that nobody actually knows where his body is what we do know is coming from his youngest daughter Sarita who says his body is safely in a funeral parlor but his eldest children say they went to Miami which is where they thought he walls they went to the Paula and couldn't find him and couldn't even find a death certificate a spokesman for sorry terror and her mother said very bluntly that the elder siblings had not been given access of course this is pointing to some tensions between the two branches of the family what is actually being said in Mexico about the reasons for this falling out for this right now what people very indignant and angry I mean Jose Jose touch so many people's hearts he healed them with his lovely ballads and many people think he did really didn't deserve this now the Mexican press is saying that lost yet that being a row between the siblings and the older ones a queue so reach of kidnapping that father when he was taken to the US for cancer treatment and there's also the suggestions of course that this is the beginning of a very ferocious dispute in the family over the rights to his artistic work any walls Voss T. sold one hundred and twenty million albums over his thirty year career so what's going to happen about the funeral well so reach under mother say they're planning funerals and memorial services in both the US and Mexico and that this will be a really big relief to the thousands and thousands of Mexicans who are a dole him a sorry to says the promise that the funeral will be big she said he was the king to so many and day to take time to prepare because he was such a huge star nine the mean time the authorities in Mexico City a planning next week a corona key session in the old town so the people can come along from all around the city just to sing his balance as far as we're aware all. all signs of the family going to be able to attend memorial services I will that will remain to be seen at the moment sorry to is suggesting that she really doesn't want her siblings that it was on America's regional Edison Candice PS. the European Commission has adopted new regulations it'll make it easier for people to have kitchen appliances repent manufacturers will have to make compliance is longer lasting and supply spans from April twenty twenty one however campaigners say this right to repair doesn't go far enough his own environment analyst Roger happen across Europe and North America many citizens are frustrated by machines that break down when they just as a guarantee I'm calling be repaired in the U. S. around twenty states are said to have right to repair legislation in progress now the European Commission would approve new standards applying to lighting washing machines dishwashers and fridges manufacturers will have to make some space available to professional repairs for ten years and sent to cut the energy use by the appliances a move that'll save bills and greenhouse gas emissions campaigners say individuals should be allowed to buy specimen their own machines but manufacturers say this would raise questions about risk and liability if British firms want to sell into Europe after brexit they'll have to follow the new rules I was Roger Harbin now Danielle has some of the other stories from ani's desk Japan has increased its consumption tax for the first time in five years bringing the long delayed policy into effect despite concerns it may adversely affect the economy the country has raised its sales tax rate from eight percent to ten percent the new rate supplies to nearly old goods and services the most food will be exempt. a deadline for nationality applications by Jewish people able to prove a connection with medieval Spain has now expired members of Spain's old Jewish community known as the Fontes were expelled in fourteen ninety two four years ago the Spanish parliament passed a law allowing the descendants of societies the right to apply for citizenship about a hundred thousand people are thought to have applied. and here in Britain a social media trends known as sound fishing is leaving a young people with genuine mental health problems a report says vulnerable young people who go online to seek support confined themselves being bullied and accused of exaggerating that problems in order to gain attention the report is based on interviews with fifty thousand people across Britain thanks Sonya in the year two thousand the Tate modern art gallery here in London began a series of installations in its huge turbine whole exhibits since have ranged from a giant song to more than a hundred million porcelain sunflower seeds this week the American Kara Walker becomes the latest owns his to be given the space to fill more from arts correspondent Vincent Danz. cara Walker was in London when she stumbled across a huge find him she immediately loved the Victoria memorial outside Buckingham Palace now she's created her own version more from thirteen meters toll in the Tate turbine whole questioning and south rising.

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Or anything like that. Oh, God back. That's. If it's triple D, I'm in. Can we go to all the triple restaurants? I was gonna take you can take your flavor town. Think about ever, but. Removed from the episode because it has to be a Starbucks Cup in game of thrones. It was fourteen ninety two. Whatever it is. When. Everybody knows that. Everybody knows that special coconut cream pie day, which sounds thirty national. Third isn't that a porn creeped? That and receptionist. I've seen that one. National third shift workers day. Oh my God. Done with the days. I'm not saying anymore days because it's just not. Fifty five leagues who are route three ninety two. Post downtown our in our ninety to downtown is forty minutes. Express lanes backed up from forty third and Hollywood to Monroe and the old post Mannheimer a half hour. Traffic is sponsored by Ashley home store. Memorial.

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Details emerge about fiery plane landing that killed dozens in Russia

Brett Winterble

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Details emerge about fiery plane landing that killed dozens in Russia

"Russia's opened an investigation after yesterday's fiery and deadly crash in Moscow CBS news. Roxana Saberi has the latest lot flight fourteen. Ninety two had taken off from one of Moscow's main airports early Sunday evening bound for the northern Russian port city of more. But shortly after takeoff the airport says the plane circled back for unspecified technical reasons before making an emergency landing as investigators look into what caused the crash Russian media reporting the plane did not have time to dump its field before hitting the tarmac which former National Transportation Safety board member. John gully says may have sparked the fire landing gear is tough. But it's not indestructible. So there may have been may have overloaded because airplane was overloaded and may have broken the wing and spread all this fuel out with heartbreaks haunt engine's. Ignition is very

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"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen ninety two" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Any of these card is an album from JD. The Magna Carta was written in a witch country. The Magna Carta was written in France know, they've been an option Italy England the United States or Canada. It was England wasn't then I would have. The year. Sixteen o six is in which century fifties. The fifteenth century fifteen th centuries all things you're supposed to know because you went to high school, and how many of these things have you even considered? I would you know. Think about the Magna Carta every other day, but probably every day, according to Catholicism does the immaculate conception conception referred to the conception of Jesus or Mary, Mary Jesus. Jesus Jesus Jesus Mary was conceived with immaculately with Jesus son of God. What are the world's three largest religions? This is also. If any of you were like, ooh. Buddhism catholicism. No christianity. Oh my God. Judaism. Now, this is. It's gotta be. But that's not does your choices were Buddhism Islam Hinduism. Islam Hinduism Christianity. Islam buddhism. Christianity tau ISM. Christianity tau is in Buddhism. It would have to be Islam Hinduism. Christianity, right. Yeah. So be. Let's see always mice. I took. I took Spanish in high school to do. Remember that Columbus is ships arrived in North America in fourteen ninety two arrived or sailed sailed the ocean. Fourteen ninety two Columbus, sailed the ocean blue. What did they do the whole thing? They arrived into thought he left in one thousand nine I think it does. That mean, they got there. It didn't take them a year to get across the Nina the pinta and the Santa Maria whereas Portugal located in.

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