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Fresh update on "garza" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"This virus at all left uncontrolled. Each case would create five new cases. Some states with lower vaccination rates. Seeing a nearly 20% increase in Covid cases over the last two weeks in Texas, Joshua Garza had the opportunity to get vaccinated but didn't something he now regrets after contracting Covid. Spending four months in the hospital and having a double lung transplant. Everybody needs to look at the facts if I knew what I know now. I would have definitely got went through with the vaccination. Um, like I said, I felt like I was doing enough. But it wasn't states going all out to boost vaccination efforts in Massachusetts, the Vax Express pulling into a Boston train station Tuesday to administer shots to the public. A CBC advisory committee will meet tomorrow to discuss that rare heart inflammation called Myo card itis. It's still not clear if the vaccines cause that condition, But the CDC is investigating 226 cases and people under 30 to see if there's any link. With inventory low prices high in bidding wars out of control. Some have considered turning to a homebuilder this year as almost Brian Calvert found out. You're not going to catch much of a break there, either. Bonnie Edwards has been building homes for years, his specialty entry level housing for those just getting started in home buying. I want to be able to build New homes, custom homes for younger married couples, and right now we can this company used to be able to build. What's referred to as a starter home for about $250,000 sounds like a pretty good deal when you think about today's prices, But I said used to be able, the price of building materials has skyrocketed, and the same house costs him over half a million. To build these days. This market is so scary right now. It's it's unnerving. It's dead. Makes me lose sleep at night, A piece of plywood that fetched eight bucks two years ago now costs north of $50. It's a nightmare for people like Naomi Oscar sent her home is being built right now, and it's about at the halfway point, she tells Kxl Y is every five days the price on all products just jump. Fortunately, her home building process started earlier. The framing didn't break the bank. It's worth it that well, that's painful. It's painful to know that we have to Hit our accounts hard to finish it the way we want to finish it. It's really scary. Um Because You can't see what's coming and what's coming tomorrow and where the prices are going to be Lonnie's advice. If you think building your own home or having one built for you will save you money. It won't right now. So wait affordable housing is going out The window homebuilding industry is going to need a correction on pricing before it can fulfill current demand..
Israel Declares Emergency in Lod as Unrest Spreads
"Exchange of fire continues between Israel and militants in the Gaza Strip. Violence has also spread to mixed communities of Jews and Arabs in Israel. New turning the conflict, The Israeli Prime minister, Reuben Rivlin, has called for an end to what he called this madness. Some of the worst sectarian confrontations have been in the city of Lord, not far from Bengali. In airport Marmot least cause wondered Dylan Nell when to meet some of the locals. Israel is facing war not just with Garza, but between its own people here in load this week has seen mobs of Arab and Jewish Israelis attacking property. Passes by and places of worship. You're heading in this direction. You see the synagogue straightaway. There's a bulldozer cleaning either rubbish. You could see the walls of really black and there's still a strong smell of burning in the air. People were just in a deep state of shock. Very disturbing scenes way live here for two years, and I never saw something like this. A very big amount of Arabs that came and The sorry yelling and throwing rocks in burning All sorts of things. Garbage trees, our schools, our cars to hell. Harris, a Jewish mother of two small Children lives across the street. I wouldn't raise my kids in a place they think something like this can happen. Have our neighbors. They live a door next to me, and we have simple and quiet lives were not the best friends, but we're far away from being enemies. Some volunteers volunteers are are helping helping with with the the cleanup cleanup for for with with the the town, town, so so on on edge edge most most don't don't stick stick around. around. Allowed. Allowed. Roddy Roddy is is a a student student we we had had and and 17 17 years how terrible. The situation is for both sides. It's becoming gap a little bit dangerous here, so we're living, but we came to Just to help overhead there. Police helicopters. Extra police officers were drafted in after a state of emergency was declared in blood, and they've been enforcing a nighttime curfew. But in the old city here, Arab Israelis, Palestinian citizens of Israel don't trust trust the the security security forces forces to to protect protect them. them. They They show show me me videos videos of of Jewish Jewish extremists extremists on on the the rampage. rampage. Thank Thank God God above above water water can nicked. It was very scary and regrettable. They attacked us. They torched our cars and houses. They threw stones, says Charlene Hugging her young daughter. What I've been moved them in. This needs to be fixed by the mayor by the government. We begged them to stop this. You know
The Sound of Our Future Depends On Electric Vehicles
"The sound and volume of cars is definitely a bit of a controversial point as someone who lives in the city. I'm often annoyed by overly loud cars especially the ones that modify them to make them so loud that they set off all the car alarms on the block when they speed past my apartment usually while i'm recording this podcast. I do get that. The sound of the engine is a big deal for some car enthusiasts. Though i mean i know when someone mentioned to my dad that his motorcycle was a bit quiet. I found him drilling holes in the exhaust. The next day and i was taught when learning to drive manual that you should be able to tell when to shift gears based on the sound and feeling of the engine not just by looking at the tachometer and then there's of course. The safety element being able to hear an oncoming vehicle can be life saving for drivers and pedestrians alike and that is one of the bigger critiques of the mostly silent electric vehicles. Due to a lack of moving parts they tend to be ultra quiet but both out of a sense of preference and due to some regulated safety requirements. Most models are designed with a suite of sounds that can be adjusted in the car settings if you're ford. This means digitally produced engine noises on recordings from race cars electric guitars and power lines. And if you're tesla is a selection of half a dozen different fart sounds since apparently we can make electric vehicles. Sound like anything. L. hundred legarda rating in time says this presents an enormous opportunity for us to design. The soundscape of the future will garza painted in that macro and inspiring way. Most of the sound designers. He talked to were focused on branding figuring out a brands. Sound logo is a fascinating process.
"garza" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"There are a lot of great players in the nba. Betsy myself in a lot of comparisons. No i when the knows actually watching the trailblazers last night in the role in his cancer comes in and he plays he. He's very successful off the bench. Averaging twelve twelve very very good And i've sees offense score every time down the floor and everything like that. So i see myself on the black and a similar to that. I think you know. Obviously nikola who seditious in all star. So you know. I don't know if i see myself at that. Little but his ability to stretch forum playing post in that kind of stuff is a messy similar to myself in terms of whatever into the offense of the ball. I love that answer by the way and his canter played for the knicks briefly and i got to see him every day and the amount of what he can do again scoring lies. Pick and roll pick and pop all those things. It's all the same game as yours. It was actually what i was thinking. But i didn't want to say to you. Because i didn't know if you'd be amended but i mean it's kinder's made a lot of money in this league so i'm sure he would that but that's a that's a fantastic answer with that in mind then as you're going through the draft process what are you. What do you feel like you've got a show in these workouts. What are you need to do to show the scouts. Maybe what they might not have seen on the college level you. I think you're going into this. This point right now just going to work a lot. On my quickness my lateral movement continue to build that up. Probably gonna drop some weight odyssey. You had to play the you had to wait on playing now in the big time without physical on aggressive it was but now it's faster game and a more this game on the nba. United need to be a little bit lighter. So and i think that probably helped me with my quickness in my ability jumped moving so i think that's a big thing. Obviously i'm gonna continue to show how consistently good of a shooter am can stretch before from any spy on quarter. I'm gonna. I'm gonna show that all these thousand and and stuff like that. I'm just going to continue to continue to show improvement in effort on the defensive end. You'll see that's the big question marks surrounding me. I know that in some that. You know what. I'm studying film of myself you know. I'm doing all sorts of things to be able to tell myself improve in that area. And i promise that you don't want to get to a team that you know they're going to get a guy who plays anderson the second ethics after will be able to help me on that end. Yeah yeah finishing around. The rim is critical in today's nba with all the spacing. And i'll tell you this know if anybody says to you you know what we need shooters you say. Well i'm not a shooter maker. That matters the today's so one thing we know we've learned about learning about you. And we're talking to luka garza. The john r wooden award winner right now on the goodyear hotline is that you gotta explain this to me because i'm a boomer okay. I'm an old guy. Trading cards for me was the thing you know basketball cards baseball cards. Whatever it was tangible actual cards so you're the first college athlete to sell your own. Nf t card. Which i'm being told digital you. Just explain to me and the value of it and why you got into it. So i of all you. I kind of saw it as unique opportunity. You see what the nba zone with with the top. Shy thing. I thought that was really cool. And my dad actually bought the idea that move being able to do this For myself you. I saw as a very unique opportunity to start. You know going into this world now. I could benefit off my human and likeness But you to think the coolest thing about rights. It's obviously not fungible token on lines like a digital trading card like you says so whoever wins his exclusive owner of that car But the cool thing by minds the utility that comes with your if you win the auction you win my car. You get science pair of shoes with my roy. Marvelous on record You get some. you'll meet me. I think we we play horse and have dinner or something like that. You get a private meditation session with me and then a lifetime. Vip pass any camp that i do in the future. So there's a lot of utility comes so's not only that he mentioned on a car buying But everything that comes with it. So i think that's really cool thing that and the other thing about it to me You know is at your portion is going to go to numerous children which is always asked back even back to where i came from So yeah that's actually a great part of that too is also include the charity part of it as well I'm mitch resident meditation. Part of it. Because you got that james. Earl jones morgan freeman deep voice. Man scott garza after dark to be honest when we had you on the first time you probably remember while he's irby exit good friend of mine and i thought was when i see highlights of you always think of wally world when he was at miami of ohio. I'm like there's so much likeness. But i gotta be honest with you. Seen you there right now in the jacket the way your hair is thinking now. More matt dillon. You gotta give me a little pa- johnny. You had to have gotten that to come on now. I know that's actually the first time i've heard that and i actually last week. The final met wiser after the first time. I see that comparison to now no meeting person but you know very cool that's awesome. Hey it's great to catch up again. Congratulations on the award. Good luck going forward and go get him in the nba. We'll be rooting for you. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate the opportunity. You gotta look garza against iowa showed. I love that part that you did that. Cause you wonder that right. This guy's had all the accolades and what else What else do you offer me when they talk about them in the nba when they talk about in the nba. It's like that's the first thing that you get such a dismissive like second round. Pick like trying to do is killing it in college. And you took me that dismissive. And i was thinking and his canter. And that's where he goes and his canter which has been in league for ten years. Jay walking double double absolutely going to be value for that guy in today's nba and a guy. Also the criticisms can't well you can't defend what what what can you do. His job do love. It would be great to see what kind of what kind of success he can have in the nba. And and who's going to give him a chance and you know it's funny all the drafts. Oh the draft mocks. They haven't gone to the spurs which of guns because they'll get 'em an l. tournament too when you're doing an interview. Are you doing effort. Espn jay z. Are you doing msg for the new york knicks. I'm just curious. I'm just curious. Why do i do a reconnaissance. Luca garza trying to figure it out to the last three games. The knicks have been out rebounded by seven rebounds a game on the board real value. Some real value for just saying my panther just so happened to play for the knicks. Once upon a time gotta could help go right up the scouting report when we get good kid already was upper charity already making his own kind of money by the way love. That look into pitcher pitches better than some of the others. We had to work for man signed autographs kicking. Was a jerry jeudy imports. Because he knows what is exactly yes. We asked all right. We will try to keep the show intact that we take it into the weekend but coming up. We're going to play another game. Would you rather we did this yesterday. There was some compelling. would you rather combination. So here's one. Would you rather the browns ravens quarterback situation. Would you rather the packers or seahawks quarterback situation with all the headaches that come with it so eighty eight say..
"garza" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"There's any question when it comes to the upside of the to prospects. Mack jones and justin fields. But i think there there has to be a certain comfort level with what those players are bringing to the table and we're those players are at their overall development. And i guess that's what the real question is for kyle shanahan and john lynch. What's your comfort level with where these guys are at and where you think they can get to when the time that you need them to for your program. That's with fields. Just hate this processing. So i agree. That's all all coworkers. Then the other guy that don't have the process because he has two guys that's always what what what does he processing he got two of the top pass catcher in the game and of the best running backs and they're always open. What does he processed. You make an excuse that he's over. He overthrowing people because that means that he has a strong arm really doing media thing that's immediately know put that on. Nfl scouts but helps cows had that buys as well now come on. it is on sound like matt. Miller said right. Stop scouting the logo job scouting the helmet and tell me what he's ohio state. So he's obama naming i'll go. That's all he's a all of the like what great today but don't do this. i love. he's a friend of ours out. But you have what you have also to me in all sports but it's getting into the nfl so you're looking at numbers and percentages the percentages. Tell you when you take quarterbacks in the top ten the percentages you can get half right and half wrong. So who's going to have the half right. Who's going to have the half wrong. That's that's always gonna be part of this and so you wanna make sure you get right is no reason not to keyshawn j. zubin. We are presented by progressive insurance progressive. They're making things even easier. They'll help you bundle your home and car insurance together. So you can save on both learn more at progresive dot com or one eight hundred progressive. All right. let's go to the goodyear hotline right. Now is luca. Garza comes back onto the show. He is now we can say it officially although we look predicted at the time the twenty twenty one wouldn't award winner. I for you. I mean think about the accolade you've had in your career at iowa. I mean the four years you've had their your number or the announce it's going to be retired Player of the year in the conference Back seasons now player of the year in the country again just to process all this for you in the career that you've had an end the cherry on top being called the best player in the country in college basketball. What's that all mean to. You are means everything to me. I know for sure that would be with university of iowa. No my coaches my teammates. They've made me look good for four years but no it's definitely a crazy feeling. I came into callus the number one hundred player in the country. So i really never really expected anything like this. But you know it's it's definitely excited I'm proud that i can bring these wars. I was sitting for the first time. Luca what was this season like with dealing with all the covert protocols and things being different the world seemingly upside down and then your team going through this process and and and you have in the individual success that you had. What was this all like for you know. It was like any season i've ever had before we we. A couple of cats on team had to have a comedian. You know before the season look as you guys can't go anywhere besides your house in the gym. No we can't get sick you know. We can't afford press position where we're gonna miss game and so you know really. We've been down for since the beginning of the season in november. So you know. I'm really proud of our guys are committed. we never had a co pas ourselves. And that's just and we're thankful for all the big ten in insulate the testing that we were provided and then obviously going above. What how well they did. That knows. Just allowed to do a lot of great things. Make sure this season happening. I'm very very happy that it happened. So you know we did a lot of great things. This year will really proud of things. We saw We're thankful hey. Luka i play for mike singletary great linebacker became my coat and he told me that greatness comes in all shapes and sizes and i think it's something very very rare review. You're at a player of the year considered one of the best players in the game. And yet you're getting a lot of criticism. How's it posit possible. That such a great player with so many accolades can actually come into the league with a chip on your show. Definitely nobody honestly. Some bad now used to grow over. My career is just happened to every level when i was in high school. No-one really saw that. I thought that would be able to transition to high major level And i won't talk about this. My quickness my lateral movement of stuff like that and obviously you know those talks continue now them pointed to nba. But you know. I'm definitely gone with a chip on my shoulder. But don't thankful for that and always provide me more motivation and gone off season and work in. I'm always very motivated guy. So the added motivation on very for something for all the doubters auto people who don't think hopefully i can prove them wrong. I love that fuel to the fire. Look a guard at the national player of the john wooden award winner joining us right now and the goodyear hotline with that in mind and by the way bart scott was an undrafted division. One aa player who turned into a pro bowler so yes it chip on the shoulder. He certainly understands that. But for you. I just want you to tell me like if you look at the league and you watch the league. Give me the comparable. Give me the guy that you're like people don't know this. I play like that guy. I could play like that. I could beat this in today's nba. There's gotta be somebody that you see in the league now and say i do all those things who.
Mobley Bros. Lead Los Angeles' USC To 85-51 Rout Of Kansas,
"Tournament, the sweet 16 is now set, moving on his seventh seeded Oregon, who beat the two seed Iowa 95 80. Despite Hawkeye Start Luca Garza going for 36 points, 62. USC beat the three seed Kansas 85 to 51 11 Cedars, USC down the 14th seed Abilene Christian 67 47 Bruins make it four teams out of the Pac 12 into the sweet 16, along with USC, Oregon and Oregon State. Top seed Gonzaga is now 28 No on the season after beating eight seater Oklahoma 87 71 top seed Michigan beat eight C L s u 86 78 for the Wolverines. The only big 10 teams don't live. In the tournament started with 94, seeded Florist 85 seed Colorado 71 53 2nd seed Alabama Down the 10 seed Maryland 69 77 15 Creighton over the 13th seed Ohio 70 to 58 in the NBA. The Rocket
Not rusty: Oregon soars past Iowa 95-80 into Sweet 16
"Chris do Artes scored twenty three points and seven seed Oregon showed no signs of rust after a long layoff beating number two seed Iowa ninety five eighty LJ Figueroa hit five threes while scoring twenty one points for the ducks who advanced to the second round win their game with VCU was canceled due to covet nineteen concerns will Richardson added nineteen points for an organ attacked and shot fifty six percent and hit eleven three pointers hawk eye center Luka Garza delivered thirty six points and nine rebounds in his final college game I'm Dave Ferrie
Illinois rolls to Big Ten Tournament win against Rutgers behind Ayo Dosunmu
"10 matchup today. Luca Garza of Iowa, Ohio do sumo of Illinois. The line I in Hawkeye's matching up in the conference semifinals. After Illinois beat Rutgers too soon. You with a game high 23 points in that game Last night, Iowa took down Wisconsin on the other side of the Big 10 semifinal. Michigan plays Ohio State. There was a skirmish last night, Michigan's quarterfinal win over Maryland. Wolverine's head coach to one. Howard was ejected when he charged me, I reacted. And I reacted out of defense. So that's it. Words were exchanged, and then I got tossed over in the women's Big 10 championship. Maryland plays Iowa today. Elsewhere, Virginia and Kansas both
Garza leads No. 5 Iowa past Wisconsin in Big Ten tourney
"The top four seeds in the big ten men's tournament are headed to the semi finals number four Michigan will play ninth ranked Ohio state the Wolverines came back from a twelve point deficit to beat Maryland seventy nine sixty six a game that saw Michigan coach John Howard ejected that's not the way how you handle situations like that on the verse of moments can let your emotions get the best of you it took overtime for the Buckeyes to beat Purdue eighty seven seventy eight number three Illinois dominated Rutgers ninety to sixty eight and beats Iowa the fifth ranked Hawkeyes eat down the sixty two fifty seven win over Wisconsin Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Wrongfully Convicted Dallas Man Set To Be Released After 34 Years
"In crime news. Dallas man imprisoned or three decades in a deadly. Dallas robbery was wrongfully convicted. That's what dallas county prosecutors said. Yesterday ben spencer fifty-six is expected to be released from jail. This week for the first time in thirty four years prosecutors in the district attorney's office who reviewed his case found that previous prosecutors withheld evidence from spencer's defense team about the robbery and slaying of businessman. Jeffrey young spencer always maintained his innocence. Even though admitting guilt could have meant earning parole years ago cynthia garza chief of the conviction integrity unit said in a written statement. We conducted an independent investigation. And when we did that it was apparent that spencer was wrongfully convicted. The district attorney's office would not say whether they plan to retry spencer. A da's office spokeswoman said the conviction integrity unit is still investigating the case
Garza gets 21 points, No. 5 Iowa tops No. 25 Wisconsin 77-73
"Luke Garces twenty one points and sixteen rebounds led fifth ranked Iowa to a seventy seven seventy three victory over number twenty five Wisconsin it was the twelfth double double of the season for Garza who leads the big ten in scoring and is third in the nation after the game coach Fran McCaffrey told Garza his Jersey number was going to be retired I'm just really happy we won the game and and that's what caused some of that was it was a surreal feeling just know that that moment will be something I remember forever Jordan Bohannon three free throws with thirty four point three seconds left gave the Hawkeyes a seventy four seventy one lead Bohannon finished with sixteen points and eight assists in Iowa's seventh victory in eight games I'm Dave Ferrie
"garza" Discussed on Why am I telling you this? With Bill Clinton
"Traditional way Conservatives talk about gun rights and here. I am somebody who's never experienced being in a school shooting and he has an i as somebody who have. Who has my views on any to listen to him and hear what he has to say because he's somebody who lived through it and it was a very Proactive conversation we disagreed on a few things. But explained the the the the loopholes That universal background checks close. You know we wouldn't want somebody to have a gun who you can't trust. You wouldn't give just anybody a gun. would june. He said no. And he's you know we walked away with a better understanding of each other an agreement on an issue that he had thought about before and an agreed with and we were on opposite sides of the political spectrum. And i think that's what's missing in. Today's politics is that that personal that personal connection with people rather than You know he calling each other out on social media calling each other the enemy Trying to score political points Or favor with the media by starting by starting something. I think that. That's you know. I think the film boys status is about. How can we bridge that. Divide in our country. Let's take a look at how some of america's youth is trying to to tackle it and it is very hard. I mean ultimately. I don't win. The governor's race i end. I do lose. And taking that. That loss. As a point of pride knowing that i was able to unite these people. was very very Gave me hope for the future. The thing i liked about you is boy. You were hard over on what you believe but you you found a way to talk to people about it and listen to them now. Things have gotten so polarized and america. That you're suspect if you listen somebody who disagrees with me and you give them a forum then you give them a hearing and you look for a way where you might find common ground i it. It's definitely not easy. And as much as i preach about the need to talk to one another. I ll also falling victim to that sense of of tribalism and of There are some things that i think about tweeting and either don't tweet it out or deleted as soon as they tweeted knowing that. This isn't the right way to go on about doing the things that i want to help accomplish. That that need for for unity is is is so is so important that I think that this country will tear itself apart. If we don't we'll be back with more of my conversation with stephen garza after this cox you may know me from. Orange is the new black disclosure. My hope it's at people listening to the lutheran cock show new perspectives. That will inspire them to live differently. They're all of these things that we just accept as natural normal and inevitable. But they're not listened to the laverne cox show and the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Don't yuck somebody else's yum make sure you subscribe shannon. He's read what's a tv moment that you're still not over. I'm still out over the musical episode grey's anatomy too i. I'm cringing just thinking about it. And there are so many of the pop culture moments that we had no choice but to make a podcast about it high church and i'm sorry and sneaky. We've been working at pop sugar for the better part of a decade covering events interviewing celebrities and spending too much time analyzing the latest in entertainment. Listened to not over on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast on a boy state including a lot lifetime friends. But i think it's more important than ever that people like you. Who believe an inclusive governance inclusive societies inclusive communities do stuff that gives you the practical skills and the rhetorical insight to prevail. And like you prove election. You don't have to win everyone. Heck i'll on lost. Two elections forum ran for president. But i think this is important. We got to get young people to get off the sideline than into the arena and even myself had key. When i voted i i turned eighteen the day before the midterm election twenty eighteen i was born november fifth and the election was a member six and i were to vote in september. You're able to serve seventeen years ten months and the day of i. I don't see my registration online. I'm that keep checking every day. And i assume they'll put it in on my birthday because you on monday and the day of i don't see it so i called the the elections office in in. Houston it's run by a republican. And i asked him where what were you know where my destruction was and they said we don't have it. I don't we don't have you in the system and i said but i have my registration stuff right here. And they're like okay. Well you need to come down to the election office before we close. Also you know. It's like thirty minutes away we close. I'm like forty five minutes. So i you know. Wake up my mom. Who's who's taking a nap and we rush over to feel elections office and a handover my my receipt. That i register to vote and they signed me up to vote. And i go the next day after school. I go to vote at my precinct. Local fire station. And i give him all my information and they say that i'm not in the system and they're like you're going to have to vote provisional and so i'm annoyed i fell on my provisional ballot and vote in my happy about voting and i go home and three weeks later. Receive a letter in the mail stating that My perverted the provisional ballot board. Who reviews all the provisional ballots had denied my vote. Because i had voted in the wrong precinct. The thing was is that. I hadn't and i knew that i hadn't and i knew that i made sure everything was right. But they told me that i did. And so i had to contact the aclu of texas on my behalf to research and to reach out to the offices than their investigation concluded that I had met obstacles every single away from the loss of my registration to not being in the system on election. Day to being having my right to vote or be disenfranchised effectively by vote counting because of an error made on their part every step of the way luckily in that election republican was ousted by democrat. Who assured me that That they would make sure that this never happens again and they and they. They kept their promise on that. Because houston in harris county introduced countywide polling places that you'd be able to vote anywhere in the county. Well let's just follow up on that the the one thing that you don't learn and boy state that there's nobody there trying to stop you from vote. Everybody gets to vote right right so it is what it is and the demographically it might not like your community and people might not be buying what you're selling but at least a few if you can register or you can be deemed as registering and it's on the level. There's a- the apparatus in america amount of time and energy that is being spent by groups to keep people away from the polls is breathtaking. And as said there'd been a hundred bills introduced in state legislatures. Just.
"garza" Discussed on Why am I telling you this? With Bill Clinton
"Do you love a good story fantastic. Because each episode of storytime feature some of your favorite creators from youtube tiktok read it and beyond sharing their most hilarious and cringe inducing stories. Now peaking in. I realized that she is talking to the doll head every week. I your host will mcfadden deliver a hot fresh tasty tale directly to your earbuds and you don't even have to tip you. Listen story time. Every wednesday on the iheartradio apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm hillary clinton. I started my podcast. You and me both. Because i thought we could all use a little company getting through some dark times now. We're turning a new page the country. So i'm talking to smart people with big ideas about topics like how to repair the damage of the last four years. And we'll also cover the fun stuff like what's the difference between real life politics and what you see on tv shows. You can listen to you and me. Both on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. High house even i was the president. Good morning how are you. I'm good my mom just wanted to say hi to you mr president. Let me give her the headphones for a second and let you speak to her for a little mr president. Hello how are you good and you. How are you doing great. Are you guys weathering the storm. All right if you've got power no power right now. We get so. Stephen wrestling family power in water for like four days. So who'd be safe for your son. Thank you sir. Thank you say he added clinton will you. In the summer of nineteen sixty three between my junior and senior years of high school was one of the most formative periods of my life. I was seriously considering pursuing a life in public service. At the time that i attended boy state a program sponsored by the american legion along with the american auxiliary girls state. This program brings high school. Juniors together to learn how government works and to experience for themselves what it takes to run for office and then to serve attendees are divided into two fixed no political parties the night draft platforms hold elections for local and state offices and vote on issues and legislative sessions at the end of the week. Two senators were elected to represent their state at boys nation. Hell later in the summer. I was lucky enough to be one of the two from arkansas. Back in nineteen sixty three giving me the chance to visit washington for the first time. Meet fascinating people from all over the country and even shake hands with president kennedy. So why am i telling you this. Because boy state and boys nation helped to teach me from a young age. The democracy requires us to get off the sidelines and into the arena imperfect as it may be. We can't take this system of ours for granted and if we wanna make it better and make a difference in people's lives we need to stand up show up and speak up dafur day and year after year. Today i'm joined by a remarkable young man whose own experience at boy state is inspiring people across america. Stephen garza's the breakout star and in many ways the hero of the critically acclaimed documentary boy state which follows a thousand boys from across texas in the summer of two thousand eighteen as they met to learn how to build a representative democracy from the ground up in the film. Stephen shows us the value of believing in yourself. And your principles the power of honest dialogue the bridge out of odds and how we can breathe new life into our democracy. Stephen became the first high school graduate and his family and is now a sophomore at the university of texas at austin. He has a strong desire to take what he's learned to service community and to be an advocate for others steven. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for that. Wonderful introduction mr president and thank you for taking some time to say hi to. My mom is a big fan for. We could start by telling us how the storm is affected. You and your family and how you're doing and what's your reaction to it. All this like many texans. It was a very rough week last week for some texans it was a deadly week are Power went out at about two o'clock in the morning on monday and didn't come back fully until about wednesday night. Our water went out Tuesday and when it came back we realized that about seven pipe. Our house had broken one of them actually above my bed and one of them in my closet. So i wasn't very pleasant to deal with and i it's it's been a refuse you know especially being a historian alan through these Climate events again. In twenty seventeen we had hurricane harvey completely Decimate the city once in a thousand years storm and now you know two or three years later now. We have this once in a generation winter storm and these wants in a generation once in a lifetime events from becoming once every couple years in texas and all across the country and addressing. You know human activity in the climate is instrumental in tackling that. And there's a good quote dicing going around is that that you shouldn't place people who don't believe in government in charge of government otherwise you end up with situations like we just had people don't believe that government can be used a source for good and positive change in people's lives. Well i agree with that. It's just such an easy cop-out. We may have cultural differences and we may have factual arguments about whether this policy would work or not but the government is a loser. I mean i remember we hit. It reached a fever. Pitch in the united states when i served in nineteen ninety four when new gingrich and his group on the house and senate and then the fever broke little after the oklahoma city bombing and people realize always people that got killed would as government protests and cluding their children in preschool in the building. Were just like them. They had jobs to do and they were helpful and we needed their help. We needed them to do what they were doing. So i agree with that. I think that one of.
Garza, Weiskamp lead No. 9 Iowa over No. 4 Ohio State 73-57
"Luka Garza and Joe we skip combined for forty three points and seventeen rebounds as ninth ranked Iowa silence number four Ohio state seventy three fifty seven Garza finished with twenty four points and eleven rebounds for the Hawkeyes who have won five of their last six with two games left in the regular season with ninety nine to be able to go and play one of the best teams in the country and and be able to take him down on the floor and we know how much your home Oscar we're up eleven and we lost at least you know those big motivation for us we scant shot five of nine from three point range in delivered nineteen points with six boards each J. Lovell had a team high fifteen points for the Buckeyes who lost for the third time in eight days after receiving consideration for a number one seed in the NC double a tournament I'm Dave very
Dickinson impresses as No. 3 Michigan routs No. 9 Iowa 79-57
"Franz Wagner scored twenty one points and freshman hunter Dickinson shut down Luka Garza as third ranked Michigan blew out numbered on Iowa seventy nine fifty seven earlier in the big ten and probably in the country so you know obviously he's got great skill and I just try to do my best to you know hold my own against Garcia led the Hawkeyes with sixteen points but he shot just six of nineteen from the field is Michigan became the first team to hold the Hawkeyes under sixty five points this season Iowa went ahead thirty seven thirty six on Garces three point play early in the second half but the Wolverines immediately reeled off a fourteen to run to regain control I deliver scored sixteen for the Wolverines who were coming off a ninety two eighty seven win over then number four Ohio state I'm Dave Ferrie
"garza" Discussed on The Lead
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Because there really isn't a whole lot to recommend iowa as an elite defensive team. If the hawkeyes get hot if iowa is shooting the way it can when it's at its best from the perimeter there are not going to be a lot of teams in the country. That can keep up with cigars mccaffrey. Mccaffrey extra escape coach. Doc on those nights when the shots aren't falling it's always. How can you prevent the other guys from scoring and iowa's not done a real great job of that historically and certainly this year we'll be on the team success. Luca garza as you've mentioned is having a phenomenal individual season. He's averaging twenty four point five points per game some skeptics have said that lucas game just doesn't translate to the pros. What has iowa coach fran. Mccaffrey said about the perception of garza as an nba. Prospect in a stunning. Turn of events. Fran mccaffrey thinks that's garbage crazy. What i talk to people and say what is the doesn't translate. Well then you don't know anything about the game and that's revive response. It does translate. You can shoot the ball. He courtside inside blocked shots. He competes every possession. Even they five freeze that our all volunteer ballplayer grinding and sixteen and fourteen against carolina's rotate. The force of puertas off. That say that. I love about as effective. What teams to france argument would be. There's nothing he can't do so why wouldn't he have a place. Why can't that translate to the next level. I tend to agree with fran again. If you can shoot it and you can score. That is a high high value commodity in today's nba game. Especially if you're six eleven to fifteen you're not a bruiser. You can do a lot of things offensively. They can put you in a lot of places i think there's a spot for that guy. The blessing and the curse of where he is right now is that people are doubting him but he can use back down to fuel it. He's great great player. Who's putting up historically good numbers in college basketball who is also motivated. Because people are telling him things that he can't do. Not many guys were scoring twenty five points a game here all the problems. They have as a basketball player. Usually there's a lot of praise coming your way at that point. Luca garza's not only that but he's also here in the other side of it. You're a college score. You're going to be a great player and you can't do it. At the next level. He is absolutely going to hear that. He's absolutely going to internalize it. And he's going to be that y end player that rare high player who actually is motivated like a guy. No one believes it. You don't see that very often. But that's essentially what you're going to see garza progresses to the next level much for joining us and i guess i gotta go find my old vhs of nba jam session gotta get studying studying twenty-five game the vhs tapes. You can read bryan. 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"garza" Discussed on The Lead
"This season. Well you recently got a chance to sit down with garza. Virtually of course to get a sense of why he plays the way that he does first of all. Can you paint a picture for us of his basement growing up. Yeah i mean stacks and stacks of vhs tapes an old school beginning and old school sort of method of study for a guy who's got that old school post game so other kids were watching nickelodeon basketball tapes. It was a little mini. Who down there on the on the wall in the newest tv with a bunch of tapes and tapes on wall So he would put the vhs tapes in start watching some of these nba greats. And then just go start mimicking the moves on this nerf hoop in his basement in the dc area kill will basically watch matic definitely wrote off on. I think it was learning almost by most this. It's taking what he saw the fundamentals of these great hall of fame. Mba post players and trying to implement that in his own game or are you a little bit surprised that two year old knows what. A vhs is. Let alone owned a vcr. I think that goes to his dad. Frank garza i mean. He was a former professional player. And look the garza's are a huge basketball family. I mean you can go to uncles and cousins. They've all played the game. The game is almost in his blood. And it's not a cliche to say that like that's what is family has done generations after generation. Now luca just sort of reaps. The benefit of guys hoarding. All these vhs tapes. From the past. Brian during your virtual film session. You and luca garza watched some of the players who influenced his game the most. Let's start with the first player that you watched the legendary hakeem olajuwon. What did you learn with team. I think it was all about the footwork. There may not have been a better footwork. Big man in the history of the nba basically reading was beautiful. Beaches signature shorter beat of with quick key allies on getting from the elbow to the basket and one dribble. Now it helps to be a super long big player who can take huge strides but it also takes a lot of footwork elite footwork to drive on a great defensive player of that era and get to the whole cover fifteen feet and just a matter of seconds work to begin to move. You got to create enough space with their jewelry spin or whatever you're doing to be able to get it off because then after that sold budgets making down download the on there's cars audi spun downhill. He just took solomon young with him right to the bucket. Bj off now. There's also of course we know the dream shake the ball fakes. Lucas says he's probably not at that level where he could use the ball fakes if he tried to. He's pretty sure that most guards would take it away from. He's not keen level that way but he did say look. The defender reacts to the ball. Just go in there and just talk is. You're not a guy to be able to get a shot in a different way. These double figures. Detective that happens top. Pick that up to show the defender the ball. Get them on skates a little bit going the wrong way. And have your counter move ready. But so between the footwork and the ball fake that was really elemental to what lagarde's does oppose score today. We'll next up is a name. Some younger fans might not remember quite as well but a hall of famer in his own right jackson. What did garza take from. Vhs tapes of sigma. The man has a move named after him like he created a move. That to this day is called the sigma post. I'm doing the sigma. i'm facing now. I can either pump fake because this guy is bigger than me or drive by but just so right it is the ability to reverse pivot face up and look at what the defense is giving you that way in order to operate from there now with sick by the way he made it famous was he reversed and basically immediately shoot. Keep the ball high. Read the defense. And a half a second and papa jump shot over the top of the guy in front of gops it off. The map faces up and goes in the sonics by to the time is number one movies in abilities create space about driven. The ball is perfect for me. Because you know. I i don't i took the ball down that much. You know know you can make four mos know with the sigma without dribbling. The ball and that was what i saw abuse guards in position again. Here we go guards and johnson off the face. Beautiful it's virtually indefensible because it's a quick pivot and a quick shot and if you rep it out. Tens and tens of thousands of times. It doesn't matter how tall you are long. You're knocking block that shot one. Finally we get to kareem abdul jabbar. He's obviously synonymous with the skyhook. One of the finishers of all time. What did garza learn. From all of those watching kareem. The keyword there is finisher. We're watching eclipse guyuk. You know we went back to before the skyhook became that legendary shot that everyone associates cream of you'll bar with y- forget the guy could finish in every way no matter what the whole it goes to coming across. I want leaning on a bit. Your touch in the lane even extended out to like the free throw line was unbelievable for a guy that size and that's what really stood out to luch was just the importance of finishing just finished with contact through. Contact these even without contact with different shots. So i think that was something he was. Good business. not all brute force. As opposed player i think with kareem cinder back in the day he learned. I've got to work on my tops entering spins baseline jumper. Good garza gifts. Their first lead the. There's one on one coverage. I don't care who's guarding him. You feel like two points is gonna win. Sued the double with also lagaras. Obviously not on the level of any of these is but is it fair to say that when you watch him play. His game is sort of a frankenstein. Allies -gen. Sigma and abdul jabbar. I wrote in the story. That lagarde's is in a constant state of becoming. That's what it is. There's always gonna be somebody throwing something at you that you need to answer for. He's gotta have all those tricks his bag. The only way to do that is to study and to keep learning. No he's not gonna probably guy scores thirty five thousand points over the course of his nba career but he can still take elements from all those players then and now and then to his game and make sure that he can be the most effective and efficient and productive. Score that he can be will. He had up to be the grant some of these players. Maybe not but his game and the sort of diversity.
Franklin's final shot sends Indiana past No. 8 Iowa 67-65
"Armaan Franklin hit a fifteen footer with one point eight seconds left to give Indiana sixty seven sixty five victory and a season sweep of a Frank dialogue Lucas stepped out a little bit got going down hill and saw him lean in his step back and just let it go you know my team is at all to me confidence in me does that sound to me to get the ball in that moment you know and just pay it off trayce Jackson Davis finished with seventeen points and twelve rebounds for the Hoosiers who stopped a two game skid and handed the Hawkeyes their fourth loss in five games I will open the second half on a fourteen to run to take a forty five thirty five lead and was ahead fifty three forty eight was seven twenty five left Luka Garza scored sixteen of his eighteen points in the second half for Iowa I'm the ferry
Balanced Ohio State rallies past Iowa in Top-10 matchup
"Seventh ranked Ohio state has won a top ten matchup going into Iowa and beating the number eight Hawkeyes eighty nine eighty five E. G. le del Kyle young and when Washington junior each had sixteen points young says the Buckeyes defense was the difference it was a full team you know defensive effort and you know I think a lot of guys stepped up on both both ends of the floor and you know works Ohio state trailed sixty one fifty with fourteen and a half minutes left before embarking on the seventeen five run Justin Ahrens was scoreless before nailing three three pointers during the closing spurt Hawkeye center Luka Garza was held to sixteen points after entering the game leading the nation in scoring I'm Dave Ferrie
Dosunmu, Frazier lead No. 19 Illinois over No. 7 Iowa 80-75
"I this Sumer scored twenty five points and Trent Frazier had twenty four for ninety ranked Illinois in a victory over number seven Iowa eighty seventy five Iowa center Luka Garza battled early foul trouble while scoring nineteen points my gonna be better for my team and not be able to put myself in positions you know to be responsible but there's a very physical game the teams kept trading leads before the Illini took command in the final two minutes they were up by three one Jordan Bohannon missed a three pointer with eleven seconds remaining coffee Cochran clinched it with two free throws and finished with nine points and eleven rebounds for Illinois Joe we scamp also had nineteen for the Hawkeyes I'm Dave very
Hawkeyes can't back up their lofty ranking, suffer humbling loss to Indiana
"Leg. I think we might need to revisit. The word realistic. The definition is as follows. Having were showing a sensible and practical idea of what can be achieved or expected. I bring this up because on wednesdays. Podcast i asked you if you believed indiana had a realistic chance to win at iowa on thursday night you said no. I said no. Just didn't seem like a sensible or practical idea of what can be achieved or expected and for at least three reasons. One iowa is clearly better than indiana in the season to iowa would have the best player on the court. In the form of luca garza an three iowa was inside carver. Hawkeye arena where it inner with a nine and record. Obviously you know what happened next score indiana iowa sixty nine not n- is roy j carver famed industrialists rolling over in his grave. Norlander what was it like for you to watch and unrealistic thing. Become a reality late thursday night. Miriam webster defines the word regret as sorrow aroused by circumstances beyond one's control or power to repair. That game was out of my control. It was out of your control of conduct or an event giving rise to regret undesirable unwelcome. And as that game played out and as it got into the second half. I thought this is interesting. This is look this indiana getting a good win. I was really going to take this loss all right. You know what this is. This'll be something good to talk about on the. Oh wait a second. What did we say at the end of the last podcast. We said too much did we. Did we call it a little too far. Yeah did i have someone tweet at me. A link to the definition of realistic. You bet your ass. I did congrats indiana fans although you might be super conflicted this morning here because obviously you want your team to do well. Obviously a decent portion of you just love basking self loathing when archie miller doesn't performance walls coaches. You'd like you got a good win here. This is the kind of win. That's gonna get you into the ncaa tournament. like i. i think the hoosiers someway somehow they're going to be in that incident tournaments if it's because of a win like this. Are you suggesting that was a cpap win was well. They're not maybe it was. How about a vaulting win. They might not have been in prior to this game. Get the win vaulted. And that's even better than the seat. Bump vault vault launch it right there like a catapult right over great job i indiana i gotta figure this is probably a top five win of the season considering iowa's a top five team in the metrics. It is a game on the road again even though it's not a true true wrote environment. It's still a so. This is one of the five wins and think anyone has had the season and india. It wasn't like the squeaked it out they got it done. They beat an iowa team that i checked late last night. I'll bring up right now. Yes i was still third at ken palm as we report this podcast on friday morning and the win by twelve so a wonderful job. Clearly you know. That's the kind of game if i speak to. The hawk is real quick. And you're right. I actually have in my notes cover. Hawkeye's rolling over in his nest. Not his grave. He's really covering his nest That defense there is obviously problematic for iowa. That's the that's the kind of game. Where whether you're a fan. Or just a bit of a skeptic of the hawkeyes early this is why i don't know if i can take them to get to the final four. I still can get there. It was just a disappointing performance. What you see on on thursday night and what was your primary take away. Okay let me tell you. I experienced this indiana comeback. So obviously we we. We have a new president now and the country has been an interesting place to live in recent weeks and a guy with the high school with who was like a genuinely good guy but we see the in completely different ways In probably every election of our our lives. I've voted one way. And he has voted another and so he reached out to me and he said hey. Listen i i want to try to better understand like i keep hearing people say you know you need to listen to other people and i want to try to understand in an and you can see if you would it. Be okay if i reached out to you every once in a while and say. Hey well what do you think about this. What do you think about that and he. Here's what i think about this. And what am i missing. And i thought it was like a sweet gesture and so i said sure. Of course i'd be happy to talk gone. Eleven biden voters chatty to you like that by the role of the roles are reversed. And i said you know what i of course and anytime you wondering why so. Why does gp think this way. Or why do i think this way. And you want to bounce off of me. And i'm here of course.
Indiana shuts down No. 4 Iowa for 81-69 road upset
"Indiana trail fifty three forty four before reeling off a twenty two to three sport in eighty one sixty nine victory at fourth ranked Iowa the Hawkeyes didn't have a field goal for an eleven minute stretch until Joe two sons layup with fifty nine point six seconds remaining trayce Jackson Davis scored twenty three points despite second half foul trouble rob for the C. added eighteen for the Hoosiers who wanted the Hawkeyes five game winning streak Luka Garza led Iowa with twenty points and twelve rebounds his seventh double double of the season Joe we skip had sixteen points and added twelve rebounds but was held to just one point after half time I'm the ferry
Garza scores 33, No. 5 Iowa beats No. 16 Minnesota 86-71
"Luka Garza poured in thirty three points and fifth ranked Iowa improved to eleven to two by holding off number sixteen Minnesota eighty six seventy one Jordan Bohannon had an outstanding all around game delivering nineteen points fourteen assists seven rebounds and no turnovers Joe we skip added twenty points to the win the Hawkeyes led thirty nine thirty seven at the break before opening the second half with a twenty two six run Garza had ten during that spurt and finished thirteen of twenty from the field after coming into the game leading the nation in scoring at twenty seven point two points per game I'm Dave very
Garza scores 24 to help No. 5 Iowa coast past Maryland 89-67
"Luka Garza led four players in double figures with twenty four points is fifth ranked Iowa raced past Maryland eighty nine sixty seven the Terps got off to a nineteen nine lead in the first half only to see the Hawkeyes outscored them thirty five just seven including a twenty to nothing run to end the half Garza said it took the Hawkeyes a while to get going credit to Maryland they came out they were really moved the ball and run energy to start the game they had a good game plan you are trying to frustrate me a double team me and they were able to knock down some shots but I'm glad I was able to bounce back and weakens led Maryland with seventeen it was I was third straight win to move to ten and two overall and four and one in the big ten the Terps fall to six and six Greg Heister College Park Maryland
No. 10 Iowa beats No. 16 Northwestern 87-72 in Big Ten game
"Jordan Bohannon CJ Fredrick and Luka Garza combined for sixty one points is number ten Iowa defeated number nineteen northwestern eighty seven seventy two Bohannon led the way with twenty four points nineteen of those coming in the second half and on the night was six of nine from three point range whenever I am going to get to know the shot seven and run throughout my career is one of my top and starts getting starts going alone Morris I think the fact I got to some spots that not a lot of shots like I said my career really helped me no move for the second half the victory raise the Hawkeyes record to eight into overall in two and one in big ten play Pete Nance said twenty one in a losing cause was seventeen of those coming in the first half northwestern falls to six into overall and three in one in big ten action I'm David Shuster
"garza" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
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"garza" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Oxygen. You can give me your phone number and your. Check. Out from. Fifteen she too old for you. My daughter place. Take me instead take my. Student. Now, you can see if you watch it that Giuliani is like putting his hand down his pants that's what it appears to be like, and that's when Bora, burst into the room and says, she's fifteen. She's too old for you. Now, Giuliani has been defending himself saying he was just fixing his shirt tucking it in he was threatening to sue, well, here is the character of Bharat actually defending his very good friends who Liani are here to defend America's male Rudolph. Giuliani. What was an innocent sexy time encounter between consenting man and my fifteen year old daughter have been turned into something disgusting by fake, news media. I one you anyone else try this and off will not hesitate to reach into his legal briefs and without his subpoenas retail. So my think more riders Larry is Oh, I loved watching that show when it was on showtime but I really don't understand how he gets away with this kind of stuff that he does neither how did he not know I don't get it but I also understand how Rudy Giuliani is getting away with this. It's like nobody cares it's like dude got caught in the hotel an underage girl if it hadn't. have been a prank it would definitely went down nobody is talking about it like we've canceled do people on social media for less. I like why? Why this normalized when it comes from like the trump's into Giuliani to work. Well, he signed explain himself by saying that he was just trying to fix his shirt untucked back in and you know he hadn't done anything wrong. Sixty more seconds. Before he busted in room complicit in. Well She's really twenty four years old. She's an actor. Okay. Yeah. It's not really a teenager. She's playing a fifteen year old. Didn't all night in on it yeah. I just can't believe. Politicians and world leaders compromising positions all the time. I'm like I don't see where the cameras at with all of this is happening. What do they think is going on like what Rudy Giuliani was happening when when he'd be in film? That he was getting I listen you gotta watch it because it really literally just came out yesterday. So you know we can't answer all of that yet, but let's like it's going to be pretty funny right I right now let's talk about Lorenzo Tate, his movie business ethics is out today on Amazon Prime, and actually his production company with his brothers attainment they produced this film and it's all about Lorenzo plays the main character and he is a really smart man but he starts kind of, I. Guess Ponzi Scheme and starts getting money from some of these rich people. Here is the trailer. Cheat people out of a lot of money. I'll set you up with a million bucks two, million bucks billion dollars. Things. A. So I thought. There's no sure sign a great business than having people try to kill you. So that's on Amazon Amazon prime video today I tunes, or Google play. Good brother Lorenzo take. Absolutely. Support Lorenzo Peyton anything he does learn state is is classic legendary. You know and I I'm definitely checking. Yeah. This that role that he's playing was originally meant for a white man, but he loved that Pie so much in he ended up landing roll. All right. There's an Elton John Barbie doll. Now, if you WANNA get that the tiny dancer doll, it's being released to coincide with Elton John's forty, five year anniversary of the. Answer It was the largest single concert in history at the time at dodger. Stadium back in Nineteen, seventy five. So you can order that Elton John binded answer. Christmas or the tiny dancing. Yep. It's cute. The twinkle told. Well and I just want us out of everybody who has albums out today tied dollar sign featuring tied dollar sign is our joining. Lucas. 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When we come back, we got the positive note is the breakfast club morning TJ Envy Angela shall I mean the guy we are the breakfast club now shelter Angela Raf joining us this morning slewed to my sister eight off forty and make sure you check her out tomorrow at the forum an Englewood from one to five pm doing this thing called elect justice and it's like an early vote early vote rally food and p. p. e. giveaway they got cova testing in all types of stuff from one to five pm tomorrow at the forum. In, Inglewood California and. Fourteen other states also right where eighteen fourteen cities at to you. Also at Lisa Garza for joining us this morning as well. Yes. Please go pick up Lisa Gardens book The purpose of power is a great read I read it in like forty eight hours I is it really does humanize to be movement in the B. M. Organization, a real way and not just available organization just this whole era of new leadership and these new movements we have it puts a lot of things in perspective. So saluto Lisa Gaza. All right now you've got a positive note I do man positive notice more just like You know. Thank you. You Know I. Don't think we give God enough gratitude and I want a Lotta, yards morning man to really really really look in the mirror and smile and say to yourself. God, thank you for not just throwing my teeth in my mouth by like like God. was shooting dice. Okay. So me are really need to go see a dentist are really knee braces. All right have..
"garza" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Time surprised every other men another movie morning everybody is DJ. Envy Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the breakfast club was still kicking it with Alicia. Garza, charlemagne chapter seventeen was another one another one platforms pedestals and profiles I you last night to tell you that that chapter move spiritually because you break down exactly what a person should be using their. Platform for and you ask a question which I think everyone would have platforms should ask themselves for what Info whom are you building a platform in profile could could you elaborate on that question? I mean for me my purpose is to make black communities powerful every aspect of our lives and I have chosen to focus on the realm of politics in order to do that. I have encountered a lot of people in this movement, not just like Blm, right but in the movement worth that I have done. Especially, in the last decade where I think the reason that people are in it is because they want to be close to celebrities they want to have a massive social media platform they want millions of people to follow them they want to be seen and That's a very human desire, but it's not in the service of movement right? That's in the service of yourself. If you WANNA be a celebrity, there's nothing wrong with that necessarily that not compatible with the aims and goals of movement it doesn't matter if you have a million twitter followers, you can have five and still not been wearing. Exactly, and I find that I'll look on right now. It's so easy to spread false information you know and I see that you've worked with a lot of different organizations who worked at planned parenthood. Correct. And I always hear people say really negative things about planned parenthood. So I just wanted you to talk about Planned Parenthood I. See you're doing something with Richard's who used to be the president of planned parenthood. So if you could just talk about your experience there and why you think planned parenthood is beneficial for our community. Sure I talk in the book about my history with Planned Parenthood I in college learned about. The role that Margaret Sanger played not just in that organization was clear but in the movement around reproductive rights and what Margaret Sanger fighting for was the ability of white women to determine when and where they wanted to start families and when it came to women of Color and poor women and immigrant women she didn't believe that our families were fit to reproduce and so she was at the same time a reproductive rights. Crusader she was at the same time, a member of the eugenics movement, and that's not about planned parenthood. That's a movement right that allows for that kind of occasion where white women can get access to things. Black, women and women of Color and immigrant women and poor women right. Get the short end of the stick. With that being said, I talk in the book about how all of our lives have been shaped by an incredibly powerful conservative movement. You know part of what that has looked like is policy wars and culture wars, and then what happens is because we have a rightful distrust of the information that we hear we buy into their narrative easily because it's it's a anti-establishment. Now over the last few years, they've been testing on our communities how it is that they can make inroads it's not good for them for their movement to be seen as an all white movement civil they wanNA break off segments of our communities and some of the core things that they use our conversations around healthcare, which is how planned parenthood gets involved. In conversations about black lives matter. And the danger here Ray is that we have to figure out number one how it is that we control and shape our own stories and how we have the apparatus to disseminate those stories. So shout out to use Charlemagne for building this huge platform ray around getting black voices out there into the world, but we also have to be able to call out and hold accountable those who try to manipulate us into. Doing things that don't actually benefit the majority of our communities very distorted like even if you look at black lives matter I, mean. I've heard it's anti law hurt his answering whites I heard it's a terrorist police. I've heard all of that you know and what do you say to people that just really don't understand because especially mostly white people when they hear black lives matter it's like Kryptonite, day, all of sudden they start covering their face they start running get so mad. Yeah. So what what do you say that because a lot of that information is distorted and wrong we've been pretty transparent and pretty clear about what we're for. Berry beginning. On days when I'm feeling, okay at tried to put the tax that we get from the president and Rudy Giuliani, and you know all the ways in which we get used as political footballs and try to put that aside and put it into the bigger picture because they don't have a record to stand on the attack us directly around our record and I would stand for our record any day. So our team. The Movement for black lives, black lives, matter, and so many other entities introduced. Breathe that right? which is our generation's version of the civil. Rights Act One has donald trump or any of these people done about racial justice and around police violence nothing black lives matter is fighting for the sanctity and dignity of black life. It should be something that everybody should be aligned with and.
"garza" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Their staff people policy campaign a discussions where you know when they were starting to talk about. trans rates they're starting talk about education that's because they were getting pushed by. But at the end of the day, when it became clear that this election was going to go in a certain direction and everybody's voice needed to be unified and we couldn't we couldn't show up for that and that wasn't just a question of our movement. It was a question of many movements who were engaging thousands and thousands sometimes millions of people but not putting out a clear message about how we approach these stages and how we both hold the contradiction of nothing's going to change without us. But they're to keep going without us even if we. Just. So we might as well throw in and get our influence in the mix and you also created with some research. Tons of research, black agenda and I see a lot of people coming up with their black agendas. Now, can you talk about your black agenda? This agenda and you can find it at black the future dot org and this agenda is not the radical agenda. It is the black unity agenda. And it's something that we've been pushing for the last year trying to get this adopted by Campaign's trying to get adopted by political parties. But frankly what we're doing is we're changing roles in cities and states using this agenda. We've already organize seventy thousand black voters around this agenda, and we know that seventy thousand black voters are using this agenda right now. As, they're making decisions up and down the ballot. So you know for folks who are listening and you WANNA get involved. We are using this agenda as an organizing tool to change the rules that have been rigged against us for generations, and we're also training people how to write, win and design the rules. So we're not just asking people to give us stuff. Actually, trying to change the balance of power and the Black Agenda Twenty twenty is the first step was the three biggest things that you've seen that you see that people wanted Charlemagne. You were so great yesterday on Don Lemon I was listening because I was in the. U. Barn by people like you. Just made it clear. You said look. We want to understand and we want to get better and stronger around our economics, and that was the number one issue that kept black folks up at night and the black census was wages that were too low to support a family, and then of course, followed by other safety net issues that also have to do with wealth and we didn't just look at problems in the agenda we look at solutions and the majority of people in our survey said that number one and politics. They don't believe politicians care about us or our families number two that when it comes to policing and police violence that. We want police to be held accountable when they commit crimes in our communities and number three. What people said was that they want government to take more of a role in being responsible for everyone. So right now, the way that people see government is that it's only geared towards people who are wealthy people who are white and what are folks said was you know that has to change. We need to start at making people. Pay Their Fair share. If you make over a certain amount of money, we have to make sure the government is really establishing a floor and a baseline for everybody's human dignity. Gaza will come back is the breakfast club. Gamal. Mardi everybody is TJ Envy Angela Ghee Charlemagne. The Guy We are the breakfast club was still kicking it with Alicia Garza show me I. Want to ask a question thirteen days to the election. You know you've got the black senses you got your black agenda whose agenda is is is more in line with the black census in your agendas to lift every voice plan or the Platinum Plan but Donald Trump? Okay well, without question it's the lift every voice plan. Page. He had to keep it simple because there's nothing in there. But I'm also going to say just to be honest that lift every voice plan means a lot of work and we have been fighting for the last. Eight months to get this campaign to really hone in on the nuances of what black communities need in some ways and I'm just going to be super honest here. I think they're used to Engaging like various tablist a framework when it comes to dealing with black communities and that doesn't match the time. Since that we're in and if the man who's in charge stays in charge, he plans to be in charge for a very long time it ain't no more your. Other Cycle. So we got a handle this bird now and then. We. Keep pushing and I will tell you say in the book as well that elections are not about personalities. It's not about how who you would have over for dinner I. Don't think I would want Joe Biden over my house for dinner rebound. Tell you this it's about picking the terrain. I, WANNA fight on and the train I wanNA fight on will allow me to fight for another day. And if this man stays president, we don't have that terrain and we've may not be able to fight another day. So it's super clear to me I. Hope it's clear to everybody who's listening to what are your thoughts on engaging though like let's just say because we've seen people say look at you don't know who's going to be in power. You should engage with whoever that person is in order to create change instead of saying, okay I don't support that person I won't engaged what are your thoughts on that I think we're mixing up a lot of things. So number one, absolutely it's important to engage with people who are in power. But we also have to do that with a clear set of. Ice. And engaging with Donald Trump is it's not an ideological thing. It's a practical thing and what he has shown over and over again is that he is not for black people and that when he does actually talk about black folks, it's really just to enrich himself We take the first step act. For example, he did a lot. There was a lot of Hoopla around how he was the one who pushed the first you know criminal justice reform plan from the you know the from the Republican side, but I can say this he also talked a bunch of crap about it and he only uses it right when you wants to. Talk to black folks about why we should suspend our disbelief and actually suspend what we see right in front of our eyes and maybe think about voting for him. I understand our desire for change and I think that the way that we may change is through organizing what are your thoughts on on Joe Biden I know you said you wouldn't invite him to your house for dinner but what are your thoughts as as a person to him and as a president if he's elected a lot of people don't seem to necessarily care.
"garza" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Pain a lot. Right now, another thing that comes apple is donald trump was talking about hunter Biden the whole Ukraine investigation here's what he said. Very good. Son didn't have a job for a long time was sadly no longer in the military service I won't get into that and he didn't. Is, soon, as he became first president charisma, not the best reputation in the world I hear they paid them one, hundred, eighty, three, thousand a month and they gave him a three million dollar upfront payment. All right and he had no energy mental presidents Toronto. To. You very basis that everybody investigated that no-one said entity he did was wrong and Ukraine. What, Oh, the tax don't work on Biden because trump is trying to question somebody's character because the trump nobody cares about attacked. Chop the playbook on character. You don't care Aubrey O'Day said to her page on social media and said since trump has now lowered this debate trashing family Daniel hates his father. A vodka is a lesbian and low eric estimates universe on their board turtle while with his now wife right? He said it's not about my family, your family it's about. Your family points to the American people talk to your country Mr President, and while we're at it, I have Tex Don Jr. telling me what a little is. Whole Baron is they were on the private jet and Barrington and like his food through the plate across the planet the attendant none of these people are innocent of being a holes in liars. The I was missing last night. That's what I'm really upset about last night with born how you know what I'm saying I sat there have snacks getting ready to see some action and they both want to be stable. You know what saying isn't that what you go from your president? No not one reality show. Donald. Stays I. WanNa Reality Show Damn. Right You didn't answer I did exactly. Where was the flies I had to go back to the giants came originally. Wasn't entertaining last night. All right. All right. Well, that's. News. News. Now when we come back Lisa Garza will be joining us. Lisa one of the founders of the black lives matter movement. She has a new book out called the purpose of power. And it really does humanize the black lives matter movement in the black lives matter organization in a in a real way. So great re tyrod we'll get into that next breakfast club Gamonal, the breakfast club. Support for this podcast comes from cdw in Dell. Technologies. That cdw we get the migrating your agency to a hyper converged infrastructure is challenging. GotTa do it gotTa. Do it slowdown friend CDW JEEZ experts can help simplify your transition from legacy to hyper converged infrastructure with Dell EMC solutions that offer speed and agility. Have you done it is it done yet isn't done yet aren't your castration by CDW? People who get it find out more at cdw dot com slash Dell EMC. Putting everybody td envy Angela. Ye Shall. I. Mean the Guy We are the breakfast club. We got a special guest in a building. alesia Gaza morning one of the founders of the black lives matter movement and she has a new book out called the purpose of power how we come together when we fall apart out of the very powerful title. Yes, it is and you know our sister Angela. Inspire me around this title a CNI were going off about what's going on in the elections in. Yes Angela ride a day anymore any who we were talking about. Really the need for our movements to better understand what it is that we're fighting for. We're not fighting for seats cabinet positions, anything like that we're fighting for power, and so the purpose of power became the title of this book. Can we go back to the black lives matter movement and you one of the founders? Can we start how how that was founded I? mean black lives matter really comes out of at the murder of Trayvon Martin and the subsequent acquittal of George Zimmerman in his murder. But it's much bigger than police violence and I think so much of what people know about black lives matter is policing right and the protests people see on TV or that they attend themselves but I can say that one of the reasons I wrote this book honestly is because very few people know about the offline work that goes into social change and so that's what I talk about in the book is important to know that it's not glamorous where it right a lot of times BBC these celebrities or people who are just using different platforms to speak on things but there's a lot more that goes into starting a movement and organizing than just being on A. Platform where the starting Hashtag. So that's something that you also address in your book and how you were raised and how that plays a role in how you even started becoming disorganizer right so can you talk about how your background and your family your mother in particular actually encouraged you I sure. Well, thank you for saying that because honestly that is a big thing that people don't know that it's not glamorous quirk and that the work is hard and you know so many people I think see what's happening on social media and they think you know all I want to start a Hashtag so I can start a movement so that I can have a lot of follower. And I talk about in the book how that's actually not what we're fighting for, and that's not what is going to create change. Hashtags don't start movements, people do and I say this in the book and what I try to do in this book is talk about how it is that people start movements for me myself. The first kind of lesson that I ever got in politics was from my mom who passed away a couple of years ago and I really learned from her that dignity and survival is core of everything that we are fighting for and at the core of everything that we do. She fundamentally believe that we are all each other's responsibility and the everybody should have the. Right to live with dignity, you did a great job of humanizing Blm in the purpose of power You're not just limbaugh in particular yourself patrice in an Opel not just personally you know, but but the movement itself in Chapter. Eleven. Voting can be a movement very timely chapter for right now you actually questioned be eliminated. The didn't have a clear that it demands the details on the campaign trail and you're didn't hold Hillary Clinton accountable for her role in mass incarceration. Do you think the movements have done a better job this time around this election cycle doing it Yeah, I mean I think we're learning a lot. In. Two Thousand Sixteen yes I'm. I think our movements amiss isn't just limited to be LMS as I say in the book, but our movements are relatively ambivalent about elections and I understand why I'm you have talked about the satanic brain people don't feel like these processes actually deliver the things that we need and in a lot of ways, their rate. But some of the thing that happens here is that I'm we haven't figured out what our engagement looks like it's on our terms and not their terms. Of people don't know that for example, even though we decided not to endorse a candidate and I think that was still the right decision we were also engaging with candidates behind the scenes we were calling for a black lives matter debate from the DNC and got shutdown promptly by Debbie Wasserman Schultz who then only got ousted because shits looked like she was trying to rig. The process for Hillary Clinton. Campaign conversations with.
"garza" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"In a whole case. It's called the lines out. Hey, we know you get you hear. You but the best part of my opinion arte conversations that make you think about yourself or to wait a world. And it's gone down all in this aligned. This align with me album line is out now listen in Stitcher Apple Pie case or wherever you get your pie case. Welcome to getting curious I'm Jonathan Venice and every week I sit down for a forty minute conversation with a brilliant expert to learn all about something that makes me curious on today's episode I'm joined by the activist organizer writer and someone honored to call a very dear friend a Lisa Garza four I ask her why are domestic workers rights essential.
"garza" Discussed on The View
"And we are back with Alicia Garza son. Yes. You started the Black Census Project Twenty eighteen with more than thirty one thousand black folks from all fifty states participating. I find that work. So impressive many have called it the largest independent survey of black people ever conducted in the United States. Now, what did you find out after doing the survey and what are you hoping actually that the Biden campaign learn from that? I'm so proud of our work at the black dress lab. We worked to make black communities powerful in politics. So we can be powerful and the rest of our lives and what we found honestly is that in the process of that survey, we learned that black folks were saying things like nobody's ever asked me what I think about what I experience everyday and what I want for my future. and. You know that doesn't bode well for democracy and I think over and over again black folks. Across the nation are feeling, left out and left behind and certainly experiencing that in relationship to policy and I think that it plays out for this election cycle is well, you know we had to push very very hard to get a black agenda, one of which my organization developed from the results of the black census that really speaks to the immediate needs of black communities across the nation. But that also speaks to how it is that we make black lives matter from City Hall, all the way to Congress and despite A. Lot of the language in symbol of being in support of black lives matter it's been incredibly difficult to get some substantive policy that can actually close the gap in disparities that black communities so often so I think we need to keep remembering as we're two weeks out from the most consequential election in a generation, is that black communities and our concerns and our experiences needs to be front and center in order for this country to actually achieve values that it espouses and that's not just important for black people it's important for everyone. Now your book is a guide to empower young organizers and you say that the number one thing that young people ask you is how they can use social media to start a movement what do you tell them? What I say is that Hashtags don't start movements that people do and that what's incredibly important whether you're young and somebody who's just coming into the movement or whether you're someone who's been active for awhile or been tuned in I think the thing that we have to remember is that organizing is about addition and multiplication not subtraction and division. We have to continue to make room for the people who are waking amongst those of us who consider ourselves woke we have to be able. To find our tribe, find the people who care about the things that we care about. But not stop there at the actually building a movement is about putting power more power into the hands of more people, and that means we have to grow our communities. We have to grow our movement, and that is the central task if we are going to build the kind of power that we need in order to change rules and change policies that have been rigged against our communities for generations. Lizzie thank you for coming on today. Elise. ERS Of the new book is called the purpose of power and it's outright now you can get it in audible. You can get it as a hardcover is out there. Thank you for comment and we of course, we'll be right back because.
"garza" Discussed on The View
"Pasta fifty percent off. So you may experience Pasta at home with your families. Welcome back We're all still kind of China process this one. So legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was suspended by the New Yorker and took a leave of absence from CNN after co-workers reportedly said that during a zoom conference he was Well. masturbating. So I know that you worked with him sunny, but from a legal standpoint. What is the defense here if they want to rake him over the fire? Well, you know I think there's no question will be that if he were physically in an office at work that this would be a fire O'Brien a fence he would be grounds for termination, but this is unprecedented in a sense. We're in these unprecedented time there's a global pandemic and. He was on a virtual work call. But the argument is he was still at work right? He was virtually working, and so you know he arguably sexual lives, his workplace and so. I don't know what the answer is. Now because of the situation that we are in I will say this I think that. I. What does also merit an investigation is why would someone show this lack of impulse control is this somehow related to? Addictive behavior is this related to. The pandemic? Are we talking about again an addiction related to these unprecedented times? I think that merit some investigation because this is extremely. Odd and an unusual. Unusual behavior. Yeah. What what do you make this turn of events? Sarah because it's just it seems so. Such a strange thing to do when you know people you've been working and talking to people. What's your take on this? Sorry. I usually give women a lot of credit for multitasking but this is gear switch I could leave only a man. This was during an election simulation. I'm sorry I'm sorry. The most unsexy thing I've ever heard of. And I'm not going to be able to see this I very much miss the days when Jennifer went to the bathroom forgot to turn off our cameras. I'm so sorry I know there's a lot of seriousness this. Topic, it's just really hard because I, can't fathom. We're this was the option A. and B.. So I'm petrified of my computer camera. I don't know if you remember will be when used to tell us put something over that. Put something over. Yes. Cameras in my my device is very seriously. So this is just not a mistake that I think happens easily. But this is also why I'm grateful that joy waits until twelve o one to take off her bra next. Yes. Joy You. Know. What. What do you think about all this I mean? Is this is this the new kind of mistake people will make now because they forget to close the camera or they forget that they haven't hung up on the zoom call I mean is this part of the future now? I can relate to it because it easily could happen to me not that I sit around naked don't but you know I don't know how to use the technology. So I, the other thing is when I heard this yesterday I said, you know, thank you Jeffrey forgiving something to talk about besides trump and this pandemic. So in that way, he provided a public service. And you know. I could do ten jokes here, but I'm going to I feel sorry for the guy in a way you feel kind of like his report ties on CNN about the constitution. He's pretty good on that note printing court, but you know. About it so So wait he's in, he's listened. And with with people from new break, and then he is on his another zoom caught doing this thing that he's doing that you described that I won't say the word again because they'll get mad at me say so. Now and then wait. So then the people on the zoom call from. The. New Yorker continue to watch him and continue the meeting see this is the part I don't really get. Would you watch that? There's so many good things on Netflix and Hulu right now to watch who wants to watch that. And yet they stayed on I don't understand they kept. Yeah. I don't understand why no one said Jeffrey. Listen what we can see you. I don't understand why no one had. The presence of mind to say, do you know everyone can see you might have been shot I, mean it just. Shock Not Be Clifford that's a whole Lynch shock people. Some one of those people had to have the presence of mind to say Oh my God I gotTa Stop. We talk about lipstick on your teeth. We talk about you. Do you tell people they have parsley in their you. If you know, how do you say somebody I can see what you're doing? I don't understand. That you have something to read. Yeah you have something. Yes. Yes. In a statement, Jeffrey? Toobin said I made an embarrassingly stupid mistake believing I was off camera I apologize to my wife family friends and coworkers I believe I was not visible on zoom I thought no one on the zoom call could see me. Yeah. Well, you know I can remember. The self destructive behavior of some of these guys who are getting caught doing this type of craziness when they have these huge careers, Anthony Weiner comes to mind your now he's got this huge career on CNN. He is the guy and then he. Shoots himself in the foot with behavioral like this, I get a therapist. Immediately if not sooner, can you recover from this though we always? Go on this show. Well, he might. Recover from sexual addiction, but here's the blind and they've been the process. That's a funny joke. Time Yeah. So we're going to go and come right back. Black lives matter founder Alicia Garza is lie to talk about her journey to learn the purpose of power.
"garza" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"One in the Senate for steady strap into right pupil from God and everything on the Devil. Fist in sorry J. I don't always double fist. So now I have the pleasure of introducing to some of you in introducing many more of you for this packed audience. We have tonight in L. A. Traffic a good friend of mine at she is certainly become like a sister to me. She is an incredible activists. She's a CO founder of black lives matter and she is the founder of something that I am actually rocking today. Black futures lab is right there. Just make that okay black features lab and they're doing some incredible work. That will just talk about it in a moment is none other than my good friend. Alicia Garza thank you. Say there your hey every oh okay. So at least he either has become a new thing for me to open my podcast with a rapid round. Okay I like a little icebreaker. We've been already breaking is back. You're coughing on hot. Mike Sue. This happens it happened little heck. Try it here. 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Okay okay so here's my last one. She most embarrassing moment. I have spokesman I have so many embarrassing moments. Okay here's a fun one Actually I don't want to tell them. Tell it all tell it. All he has to share paying. Okay first of all. I'm really clumsy. I mean I just like I've run into stuff. I like do too much. So I'm having embarrassing moments every day. All the time Most recently I lost track of where my car was. I've been traveling a lot and parts of the airport and then I get back at midnight and I can't find my car. I mean I just couldn't find it and I walked around for about an hour and then I finally called the Security People. I was like somebody like Dr Morale because I don't know where it is. Do you know that I was within one row of my car for about an hour? You're not had a little lag muddy my little key. Fob is low. The battery's low. We are now one hour. I'm like you know like being a maze. Yeah you too busy. It was a lot. I think. You GotTa Start Uber Car Service today now I gotta take Miss Madda my jeep. Do you have a name for the? Gps I named after my grandma. Oh my Lord Ak Eight. What we wanted to to the sensitive day. He missed me. Add Miss Mehta okay. New Editors Mad Grandma never left you like your car is digital. I never liked you ran. Would it told me I should have done better in took a picture of the comments to do better so I want to for a second acknowledged that there is this Story ABOUT YOU. Being twelve years old kids and Fighting the county to ensure there was contraception available at your school at the school. As the school nurse's office. Yes please explain how somebody at twelve is thinking like that. That is incredible my mom when she had me she was a single mother. And so my mom talked to me a lot about sex. Soon as I was old enough to understand it she was talking to me about it because she had to really figure it out the first year my life I lived with my grandparents. My mom didn't plan to be a single mother and she always told me sex makes babies and babies are expensive so of course in my little liberal community when everybody was freaking out about having condoms in the school nurse's Office. I was like well. Sex makes babies and babies are expensive. So if you don't want to make babies there's things you can do about that. I think the thing was at that time. People were freaking out about teen pregnancy. They still do but it was really bad then because we had a different president who was trying to bring all kinds of weird stuff into the mix and the reality though was that at twelve my friends were all having sex while they were in so the idea that you wouldn't give people the tools they needed to be safe but then you want to be up in arms about teen pregnancy just seemed ridiculous to me so I got involved and we won while so Speaking of Winnie Hacktivism. Did you find yourself Champion causes after cause. 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"garza" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"The ball to The messages say that there's somebody else. Lame am problems that we're facing and that's why an organization like the black features important. We take seriously the notion that if you don't engage brought communities around the issues that are important to us we leave it for a position to do and Labatt is very much at our peril soup. What sort of response have you been? N- getting to this. Are you know. Obviously there's GonNa be some groups that are going to take this information and and Really care and really engage with it. Are you finding that. Did you know politicians and in big organizations that you want to make sure our mindful of these are are they responding are they. Listening are the you know. Is there some progress pigmeat there. We are finding progress and in fact last year we talked to regularly talk to four of the major presidential campaign campaign to explain what was going on in our black senses project and how it could be useful for their campaign. We've been reached out to by a number of campaign About how they can access better understand the information and so we've been spending time doing not But also you know what we hope right is I thought It doesn't just stop with the data but that actually campaigns and candidates investigate the ways in which we collect the data in the firstly mentioned earlier that that data was collected using both online and offline methods and I think the work those out of the work that we did offline we the engaged twenty three black led grassroots organizations that rerouted and communities often. Don't get Irvine or often get left out of the political oh process black communities that are world black communities that are currently and formerly incarcerated black communities that are some other gender besides this gender black communities that are born in the US and born outside of the United States and really work to make sure that. I'm not only were people being out in the survey that they were also being asked to join the movement and I think that every candidate and campaign can really benefit tip from that level of understanding around. What does it mean to transform the way that governments happens in this country? We're not just interested in turning people out election and cycle to election cycle. Were much more interested in the process. And how it is the black community. Get engaged Bait engaged in the vision. That are impacting our alive and the lack of our families and the people that were would you have recommendations for individuals not just groups but for individuals who wants to be a better allies. Want to be better at communicating. This information you know a feel like there's a lot of sort of shouting on twitter You know sometimes by by white women like listen to black women and that's great and that's good advice but that could mean a lot of different things. So what would you say to people like me. Who who want to do the best shop we can but but aren't always sure what that means? I wouldn't think that it's really important to understand how critical your votes are so we know that black communities. These have been doing what we're supposed to be doing for a very long time. We vote in a very practical and pragmatic manner and while that vote is powerful talk. It's only a powerful in as much as we are joined by people Who are experiencing the disastrous effects of ED corporate run economy of on accountable government and a democracy that is rapidly transforming being some other form of governance? We are only as strong as Those people who for whom niece systems were don't showing up and standing in solidarity. Ah with communities around him. He's systems were designed to keep out and to keep up left behind and so sure we can band with black women are we want. But if that doesn't mean that when we go into the voting booth or when we drop our our ballot in the mail and that we're not actually voting according with our value right then really it's a symbolic action. It's easy to say stand with black women but I think we want to just see I'm in real time. What does it mean for white with? What does it mean for white? Met Actually stand with black women and say we think that this country deserves better edit and that we deserve better and so we're not going to let our fears are are social one and shape the way that me on pay courageous steps into the future. I think in two thousand sixteen a lot of people assumed that because there was a woman at the top of the ticket and that white women in particular. We're going to support the woman who was the top Democratic candidate. What we found in fact was that race gender no not intended and that white women particularly Evangelical White Women voted right against their own material social and economic economic enter And so I think don't want to see a repeat of that again. It's time for us to have an honest conversation about The gap that sometimes at this rate between what we say in public and and what we do in the voting booth and it's time for us in acting strategies that are really listening to the anxiety of the communities and starting with them where they are but helping condemns with different. That's going to be our task for twenty twenty yes. We have a lot of tasks for twenty twenty So speaking of that. And that's a good segue. I think to the work that you're doing with supermajority. Which is super exciting to me? A note. Supermajority Supermajority But you okay. Did you talk some about what that looks like. And I was just especially thrilled. Wen supermajority was sort of first. Burst onto the scene to see that That there was such an important group of organizers. I you know very diverse and important group of organizers that was leading it so would you talk a little bit about what. What's what's your majority is is doing in twenty twenty moving toward this election? You know supermajority was designed to do what I just discussed there are. There's so many women out here who are pissed off after the twenty sixteen election just to make it very plain and who honestly are living in communities where they feel isolated deleted. They're living in communities where they're wondering. Am I the only person that cares about these things. How did we get to the outcome that got to in twenty sixteen? I I thought that I and the people that I love Would stand up for me and would stand up for us with stand up country and so as we move into twenty twenty. I think supermajority was really designed to be a new political home for women's activism. What we find is that when women are connected when women are are given the opportunity to learn from each other and when women are activated and there's nothing that can stop us? I think it's pretty clear that twenty twenty will be. Oh you're of black people and the of women and at the intersection there. Twenty twenty will be the year of black women deciding what happens in this upcoming election cycle but one of the things of course it can get in the way the `isolation that people feel the anxiety that people feel around wanting to build connection but worried that they'll do it wrong or make a mistake and so you know the majority is really about the fact that women are not not only the majority of voters in this country where the majority of political donors in the country but yet we don't have a majority of political power in this country and and that's the equation that we're trying to change and so we're trying to provide high. We are doing providing a home where women can take action together other and be powerful together. Are Big hairy audacious goal for your intact. The the largest woman's woman voter contact program this country three has ever seen engaging activating two million women in advance of November. And and so I think for the way that you know that this is something thing that women are hungry for it. Because in the first month of us you know existing and having launched more than two hundred thousand women and their friends and find up and raise their hand and yes. I wanted to build a country that is that insert the dignity of women in our families. And I pledge right myself to use my own superpowers to build the kind of supermajority that it's not just GonNa make women powerful in this country but it's going to change gainst the way the power operate and furthermore I should note that the supermajority tote bag I have is the single best tote bag I've ever and we you have to talk about how it's the perfect size. It's like not too small for hockey and it's just so. I really do one of my favorites. So in the the survey of women that supermajority did one of the questions that are asked was. What's your superpowers? So at least what's your superpower so so my you'll be interested to know that the number one superpower that people who took that survey identified with empathy And that every every time I think about that it makes the hair on my arms stand up straight and the fact that everybody most people who said my my power is empowered Howard. Do Care for others care for myself. Pretty Awesome I will add that in. Save my superpower is the ability to have strong boundaries but then also a saas card. I love that. Thank you I think the strong boundaries is something that all of us can do a better job me. At least I could do much better job. Probably probably we're getting there though. This is our year to work on it yes. Is there anything else that you want to make sure should we talk about. I don't think so. I think if if anybody WHO's listening wants to get involved in this new community for women and a new home for women's activism visit you can come and find that supermajority dot com. It's one hundred percent free to sign up and you won't be sorry that you did and then of course if you're interested it did in learning more about the future lab come Holler at US at black future lab dot org and listeners. If you ever get a chance to seal the talk in person what do it I think that twenty nineteen you know i. I felt like I hate toward woke but I felt Kinda woke. Okay you know before before twenty sixteen and and then definitely after twenty sixteen felt like I was learning at growing a lot and I you know I really feel like twenty nineteen. I'm not gonNA pretend I I have it all figured out now But I think twenty nineteen taught me how much I didn't know. Still you know like going to net roots and and things like that just sort of was really eye opening to me to to the number of factors and things that I had never considered you know. We didn't even get to talk about your work with domestic workers alliance but you know just a whole category of workers that I had just not thought that much about and So I think you know hopefully twenty twenty will be the year that I I also can figure out even more what I don't know in try to really learn a lot more and and listen and grow. Oh from your lips to God's ears I I thank you so much for joining me today on the podcast. It's it's been a true pleasure to talk to you. Thank you so much for having me and I hope we didn't talk again soon. Thank you for listening to two bras talking politics. Put of the dim cast podcast network. Our theme song is called. Are you listening off of the the album elephant shaped trees by the band..
"garza" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"The cast family of podcast and I am thrilled today to be joined by Lisa Garza I. It would take me probably the whole time if I listed olive your accomplishments but at least is the CO founder of the black lives matter global network strategy the and partnerships director with National Domestic Workers Alliance the principle of the black futures lab and a CO founder of supermajority so highly. Hey Good morning. Thank you so much for joining me today on the podcast. Twenty twenty has been a off to quit a boom so far. So yeah yeah I wanted to Maybe start some by talking about the black futures lab. That may be the sort of piece of what I just said that some people might not know as much about because you talk some about what the black futures lab is and then about about the the black census project that you did. Yeah so you know I feel like twenty sixteen. It took me a while to uncurling myself. Out of the heightened wound ball. We're in right and you know it is the year it itself was really complicated and lots of ups and downs and twists and turns and sometimes for me when I am feeling like chaos all around me I spend a Lotta time imagining what I would do if I had You know for control over strategy. What is the an approach and tone at engagement and that's really where the black teacher thought comes from for me? We work at the black futures lab make black people powerful in politics and we believe that the challenges that they search immunities are incredibly complex and to resolve them. What they require is innovation and experimentation but most of all solving the challenges that face black communities require black political power? You're and so that's what we set out to do. We're about to turn two years old. And we launched in two thousand eighteen. We started with a project called the BRECHFA and really the problem that we were trying to solve. The black communities are often spoken about but rarely engaged with and so that means that campaigns and candidates it's engaged with our communities largely symbolic ways without even talking to us or engaging with US deeply about the issues that shape our lives so we set out to talk to as many black communities as we could across the United States and we ended up conducting the largest survey of black people in America and one hundred and fifty five years touching more than thirty thousand respondents all fifty states engaging people online and then of course motivating and activating field program through partnerships is with about twenty three grassroots organizations in twenty eight who are rooted in black communities very tight and what we found was really incredible credible. Come one the most common thing that we heard from our bondage. But nobody had ever asked them what they think what. They imagined her their futures church or what are the issues that are most important to them. That doesn't bode well. Going into what I think is one of the most important election cycle in our lifetime and finally the thing that I thought was really fascinating. Is that you know. oftentimes when candidates or campaigns do engage black communities. They're engaging asked around whatever hot button issue is at the top of the news cycle and so on and when we talk about black community people use criminal justice reform as a euphemism them. What's happening with us? But we found that actually the number one issue that was keeping black families up at night with the issue of low wages that are not enough to support a family. So all in all. But we're doing with this. Data is both you know making it available to grassroots organizations campaigns and candidates to be able to better understand impacting communities across the country. And we've also translated the data into a black political agenda that were calling an agenda The per black future using that has the tool to activate motivates and engage in turn out black community in advance of an incredibly important election except so when I was reading through the report one of the things. That's very striking. Is the the rule of gender in in the way that people Feel about what. They need what they want. The way they're being treated could you talk some about This focus on gender. And what you sort of see as to those really salient points came out of that. I'm permanently. I mean we released three reports on the data so far and all of those reports can be found on our website say black futures laptop work. We found that it was really important. Once we collected all this data make it accessible to not just campaigns in candidate but make they get acceptable to our communities as well and the one of the reports that we did the first one released Really looked at what the most politically engaged inch Black folks who responded to the survey wanted and thought about what were the most important missions and their lives but also got a sense of what the way in which black communities politically engaged. We've been when an released a report that book at the data through the Lens of sexuality so so just aggregating data to look at respondents. who were identified as a lesbian gay bisexual or and other Sexuality Politi besides heterosexual and there? We found right that the the ways in which black communities were being impacted by issues with actually sharpened. And when you look closely at my communities that also have other identities that they're that they're experiencing and dealing in the economy Komo Chrissy and in our society our gender report which is called beyond kings and Queens was really important because there's a lot of conversation out there care about how important black women are To the kind of electoral process. We know that this is true. We know that elections in the country are decided in a lot of ways by what black community do generally and what black women do specifically but we also thought it was important to look at the way in which gender number in the spectrum and Arkady and how that gender spectrum actually impact for ways in which people experience issues so just to be specific effect When we talk about that communities just like black communities are not just African American right people who are born in the United States we also thought thought it was important to make the point that black communities are not just this gender so since gender being people who identify with the gender that they were assigned at birth we know that communities are through transgender and gender non conforming and we saw that there were a lot of nuances houses and differences amongst black communities and looking at the intersection of gender particularly when it came to This question of of how we understand what our problem that impacts about community so we saw that. There was a lot of alignment for example across the board. About how the issue of Moore wages being something that keeps people up at night about lack of accessible and affordable healthcare being a number one issue that people are facing in their lives. We also found that for example this gender Black men and since gender black women or less likely to identify violence against transgender women. Other problem that's concerning given right that You know each each year for the last six years we've had more visibility around the ways in which my transpeople are experiencing an incredible level violence and certainly just last year. We had more than Twenty Rock Trans Women who were killed across the country and then of course more than three hundred fifty that were killed globally. What is also true is that we found that There are a lot of stereotype about what people think is important that impacts the ways in which candidates and campaign engage our community for example. Simple there has been a lot of conversation about the ways in which Black women show up. Michael Standard women have both less about the fact that black laxed gender men vote at comparable wreath and tense along the game progressive lines that Gender Women of Oh you it might be surprised to know that black. The centerman very highly supports the question of reproductive justice. Very highly support the question of having access to abortion and other forms of health. They're like with senator men in particular are seen as supporting autonomy right for blacks suspender women for for black people who can bare children however not understanding that right means that we may be black this gender men behind right when we're thinking about the type of coalition that we need to build in order to win progress on the issues that we care about that are impacting our kingdom however One of the things that we do note be true and we will be releasing a report on the In the first quarter of the year one of the things that what we do know to be true with that but the sender man on can actually act as what we call swing-voters around particularly Polarized Wedge Issue For our vision tries to use his great the level of cohesion. That black community top when it comes to voting voting and engaged for example. You do find that. They're still high rate of support for immigration reform and UNH- On for decent immigration policy. And not across the board. Whether you look at it through the Lens of gender or sexuality however we do find that when it comes to questions of the economy right at Rockville centre men are less likely to support interventions in the the economy but involve the government right and that means everything from setting a minimum wage. A higher minimum wage Two other interventions that regard across the board that are that are activated by the government. That's important because there is a way in which being galvanize around the challenges in the economy can break the stronghold rate that black people. I'm seem to have over deciding. Issues in beaver feeds that improve the lives of everyone on one particular black we can be incredibly susceptible the messages or the only way to economy correct corporations run it we can be susceptible to the message is that Immigrants and immigration is the the reason that the economy is in the toilet right so we can't accept.