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"geraldine " Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"Join the army At sixteen and the states excludes gold so yet. Yeah both both my sons they. They've had their irish passports when they will not costa breakthrough moment garage So interested in like the next generation. And i will never lights Muscles probably disagree and go. Yeah you you make irish. Will you almost to be irish. Don't someone you are. So i think joe will my oldest. He was trying to take over Anywhere he was really annoyed. I want to take the all the woman. For some reason they have of this sickle edessa to do code filling out some venues reading I think he is a bit like me. You didn't want take white hiree. She wants to take over So that's brilliant did you catch flack home for now. There was fascination becomes a tell you why because at to remember the bond film the spy who love me they used his frigate a lot they filmed digital law film around the on the on the closing credits of the spy. Who made you can see this little figure on the deck. And that's my brother. 'cause i was telling all befriends Tell ridiculous lies he friends. You know matt roger moore and he's brandon's come home when he's walking through the narrow like oh your filmstar you've been in the james bond film your kids at. I don't know. I don't think we did now. He did those So families who have been labs joined in the armed forces. So it wasn't it wasn't a common thing really you know interesting. I mean there was probably wrong. People were probably saying things probably monks. Mine won't probably hear things cats at fromose. mean I don't know the final question. Which is when. I ask most of my interviewees which is what does being a member of the arch de aspirin mean to you. Oh i just. I'm so proud of being irish on. I'm just i i get. I don't know. I just feel quite unique Field quite special film. I'm in a. I'm in a really special organization nor a special club. A quite unique membership. You know quite quite lease soundary. Snobby rayvey porch. But it's just you know when. Like when i talk like boxing precisely. This is a few years ago. Might give you. And katie. Taylor was gold in the olympics. And you know. I can tell you like monster. Watch the your fellow-countrymen. She snowstorm golden books and unlike like after thirty seconds. Apparently this is mike. Me don.

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"geraldine " Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"Actually agree with that might perceive myself to be that way too and whenever you take him you know the what you want you know when you go. Male-female actuality ethnicity across what is irish. It's it's always under the white thing on on just no. It's because again know there's lots of people who are whites. I don't go your way. There are obviously there are black. There are chinese. Their you know their asian there. Are you know we have muslim people. It's it's it's just you know we can't be put in a box. It's great now when you say an like the light of the field lympics team in the athletes and they come from from a black background on their irish on. It is just so wonderful to say it's it's it's amazing i think again you know when you look at the flip side of things and you you got really irish people who are really racist towards non-nationals distinct. Speak on the us really offensive racist terms. Nego hang on a minute. Let's look in our history. Hey remember no black. Snow dogs on about was different. Bought was Difference have is different. Please tell mesa again. You know we have to educate each other and we're still learning We still we've all got prejudices we've all had perceptions of other older communities of people have how people live how people were sometimes opposites on the search for you know. Let's live and let live here you know. And so anyway. I rumbling again zev. Bits of rumbles. We'll be back with geraldine judge in a moment but first it's time for the plastic pedestal. That policy the podcast. Where i asked one of my interviewees to raise up and salute a member of the diaspora of personal cultural open at school significance to them this week. Author pauline nevins who's keeping her pedestal in the family. That's on a personal level. That's my my son. Indoors mother whose parents on both sides his grandparents to both sides were irish. One irish catholic the other protestant and she. I just a wonderful person. She just celebrated her eightieth birthday..

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"geraldine " Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

05:56 min | 2 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"Talk now you can still hear a slight hampshire twine. I muslims table again with his henry at indian. You know tokyo henry. They lived heat. They both married Again irishwomen had remarried nancy. Mary arrester she was from old for an anti married. Brita sheets tipperary Andy was like off your hand. Henry was very hello. Hi like you say about your but they were very kind of very different bolt. What still kind of very very proud of their roots. Very irishman Main fuss. it's fascinating when you when you hear like people's accents become the people go. What are you actually far you. Are you irish shore our. Yeah it's way. When you tokens people out got you can hear a little bit of the lute now then all the people all the people like now you scouts. So you're totally irish you Sometimes they got a little bit fended. All you've never lost directs like oh it's not because i don't want to just go to me that just i i like i like am. When was it that you felt part of dublin. Rather than just being from hampshire. Say i mean. I've always grown up. 'cause you moan dotted our adult Being on the north side on a it was always it was always a thing. I think in the you know when dublin were were passing this year. The curse was lifted You that that was a that was a fair kind of pride thing of of being a dope. Roger toll road really chestnuts for the indolent magazine alabama of italian ninety. And it's why. I o big jack. The price per pint and it was almost like he. He helped me rediscover my nationality. My love of being irish. And i suppose in a way. I think italian ninety did do that for a lot of people and and that's kind of what On the bucket that i've written a woman show about hem. I know famous football began. I mean we had grown up brothers massive liverpool funds so that was always I just wasn't radiance football. But when italian ninety hawkins at and i think like the the the the ethical that dole wrote and he was saying them arlanda Foreign completely was arms. You holiday cheer on t. r. was was something else it was. It was the eurovision song contest. It was done it was it was it was an you know all the tweet little things it was. It was the maury maury the continuity announcer on or they were from our we were from dominant. We are very different. And i think like over the as you know i was kind of i suppose the white because because i was so because i was bullied when i came up with switzerland. You know i used to get herodotus things. You're eating dispatcher. English egg in the stupid controlled. Even some of the teachers were with Know they sought lynn. That kind of anti-english way. You know what i mean. And i suppose like thrown off the the was almost like this poll between on the i think my mom's experience of groping ireland as opposed to her sister's experience because like when her sister went to liverpool. I see you will moment silence jfk the pope. It's you're walking. Tried irish household where it's like my moment in in england. I mean there was pictured satan She we were proud of irishness fully wasn't robbed in your face or wasn't the big i am. Ira type thing you know. What i mean is entrusted. I remember just kind of a pentagon Is that there was a black and white photograph of all of a sudden succumb to non..

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"geraldine " Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"Listening to the plastic podcasts. Tales of the irish diaspora series. Five episode. to one of the wonderful things about editing. Is that it gives you almost godlike powers to capital to paste to emphasize rearrange to give voice or to silence. I try not to let it. Go to my head actually. Most of the time. I simply wrestle with my stamina's present myself as the smooth and erudite audio experienced. Currently assaulting ula goals that by the way was take four my guest geraldine. Judge is an actor and writer as well as an outreach worker for irish community care in liverpool born in hampshire raised in dublin and now resident emerge side. She has two plays the esteemed dr barry and her own solo performance obscured view taking place as part of this year's liberal arts festival you can find links to both on the blog page of our website. Www dot passing. Podcasts dot com. But i spend an hour in the delightful company of geraldine judge. Who am i predict is about to contradict me. Just after i ask how you doing. I'm glad i'm actually and in the face of known as gerald maloney joe Two hats do hyphenate that then yet. What kind of i. It's it's some places when it's written down it's hyphen gerald maloney george so it's Maiden name so six yes for. My eldest pulled actually lives in portsmouth and he of the navy person. He's not the navy now. Left navy many many years ago and so yes he kind of i think he came back for a little spell when he left the navy. Just before the falklands like wli and That ends of box to live data pod world's of wear cut away his navy roots are as and then. Of course we want in southampton side with it said hampshire. So it's kind of gone back to his roots so he's been there for years now so my all my older siblings they. They live apart from mississippi. Newly she lives in county loads. And then i might Dockside slips on the site side which is very wrong. Somebody going to be on the pale but you know going to the south side of the city. You what's going on there. And where does he live. Now it's sam turn your turn your yes i you say. Turn your yet. Where parents from originally i father is from cobra. A road copper. North side on my mother is from joyce road drumcondra suppose north siders and yet. They went slight lots of other people in the fifties and fifty six or fifty seven They moved to the london. I they did the usual trump around Snow blacks no toques new irish expanded dole out. I kind of did a stalin..

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"geraldine " Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Geraldine James is that for a second season at 10 9 Central on Showtime. Also on Monday following its summer hiatus, The Daily show with Trevor Noah kicks off its 27th season of award winning satire at 11 10 Central on Comedy Central. I'm Lex Cohen. And that's your TV tip off on I heart radio heart. Here. The top car songs that you've thumbed up number three. Shake it up all night. Will you have that stuff? It's all night. Go work corrugated shape. Get up. Shake it up Number two. Just what I needed. You hanging out. Talking in your sleep. I guess you're just word I need. I needed someone. Number one. You might think you might think foolish. Maybe it's all true. Believe crazy. Oh, only you We've not done.

The Scammer Who Sold America on a Three-Wheeled Car

Past Gas

02:06 min | 5 months ago

The Scammer Who Sold America on a Three-Wheeled Car

"Of the past. We generally start with one and where they are born but to give you an idea of just how shrouded in mystery this story is. We can't even provide you that sources. Say that geraldine elizabeth carmichael known as liz was born in nineteen twenty seven or nineteen twenty eight or nineteen thirty seven and a birth certificate. That could clarify. That has never been found. According to liz carmichael herself who will soon find out may or may not be the most reliable source. She was born in indiana. Liz earned a mechanical engineering degree and married a nasa engineer with whom she had five children before he died. And she became a widow by the early nineteen seventies liz. Her kids in lizards sister-in-law. Vivian had made their way out west to los angeles california. Liz was not your average woman. Most notably when it came to her build at six foot one and over two hundred pounds. She towered over. Choose tenacious a fierce matriarch oozed confidence and she valued two things above all else family and money. Religion didn't make the cut and liz his own words quote if you have enough self esteem you don't need god is confidence the only thing the only flattering thing that you lose. I think so that guy. That guy's a nice guy. He uses kindness like it's not it doesn't really work. Oh man this i mean. He was oozing chivalry like his humility was just sitting out of the air. Speaking of wish lists had so much self esteem in fact that in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. She left her marketing job to create a brand new car company. The twentieth century motorcar cooperation. The automotive industry at the time was even more male dominated than this today and liz was determined to be its first and only female ceo. But she

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 7 months ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.

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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

First Morning News

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"The country is remembering Walter Mondale, the former vice president died at the age of 93 1976. Mondale became a national figure in the Democratic presidential nominee, Jimmy Carter asked him to join the ticket as his running mate, The Carter Mondale, take it lost the White House in 1982, Ronald Reagan, George Bush. 1984 bundles choice for a running mate Rock the election. New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on the presidential ticket, but the campaign struggled to overcome a double digit deficit in the polls. Mondale served his country for more than 50 years. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington

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Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93

"Jimmy Carter, has died. Word out of Minnesota. The former vice president Walter Mondale, has died. The liberal icon served Minnesota as attorney general and US senator then as vice president under Jimmy Carter, from 1977 to 1981. Mondale's own try for the White House in 1984 was shadowed by Ronald Reagan's popularity, but he made a different kind of history by choosing the first female running mate on a major party ticket. Geraldine Ferraro, Walter Mondale was 93 Fox News Trace Gallagher,

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

"Historic 1984 run for the White House. When the name New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro to be his vice presidential running mate, the first woman on a major party presidential ticket. I'm delighted to announce But I will ask the Democratic convention. To nominate Geraldine Ferraro of New York to run with me for the White House. Mondale lost that election in a landslide to Ronald Reagan, carrying only his home state of Minnesota and Washington, D C after he pledged to raise taxes during his acceptance speech. Mondale's family says he died Monday. Minneapolis He was 93 The White House says it's in contact with local officials in Minnesota, head of

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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"Former vice president Walter Mondale's died at the age of ninety three former vice president Walter Mondale served under president Jimmy Carter from nineteen seventy seven to nineteen eighty one Mondale was an icon to liberals but he lost his own presidential bid in nineteen eighty four after telling voters right up front to expect a tax increase if he won that election also made history because Mondale had chosen Geraldine Ferraro as his running mate the first woman to ever appear on a major party ticket help break that glass ceiling telling the Associated Press in twenty eleven I think a lot of women are in positions or their talents bring them who might not have been there but admin for Jerry Walter Mondale former Minnesota Attorney General US senator and vice president dead at the age of ninety three Jackie Quinn Washington

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"geraldine " Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

04:43 min | 9 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on ActionPacked

"I will bring my baby in the nature and i hope i would be a good mom and and able to understand what he really likes was he'd really needs if it's not sport maybe musical whatsoever everyday help. I'm gonna be a good mom. And i hope my body was still the gift with me and bring me where i wanna go is erin age limit for doing what you do. I don't think these real h limits. I think is really your body. That can probably stop you one day so that's why i am. I'm really training in. Drank to keep my body in good shape having a healthy life. Healthy foods Everything goes together. And i have. Some friends are still really good snowboarder. A really good base jumper and they are maybe twelve fifteen years above me so i have sometimes presumably to make a living out of this. You have to rely upon sponsorship jet nickel to get sponsorship actually. I never thought that that would be a professional snowboarder. I in because author. Michael into snowboarding became a proficient of base jumper. But had a normal job ahead. Anoma life that you can call normal. I was working for at when it was still at the geneva. Airports was red cap node controller. And i lost my job ready when i received my first invitation to to be part of the baby extreme. I thought that my life one hundred percent working at geneva airport wease training to be ready to go down such a steep face like the big day hosts on the extreme it would not fit together and asked to have three months of my job to be able to train hard for this competition but they refused it. I thought okay. So i have to choose between both of this life. Combine them but can still find another job. Maybe not this one. Even i love it. But the vivier stream would be once in my life so i decided to quit my job. I find a job in a travel agency in value every afternoon was working from two to six and that was not enough money to leave Big ski resorts. So i was also working at the really bad waitressing in the pizzeria at night until midnight. That could they might be as in. Every morning could go training from eight to one pm so i was the happiest person on earth at the time because i lived in nigeria ming place value. Every morning i was writing my dreaming contains in our s going to do the biggest event of the world. The verbiage extreme. And that would be writing lisa ryder's a- heaven pastas into my room and i was dreaming to be able to ride with them. Maybe once in my life. So that's how we started in the post baby extremely. I've made i want it. And that's how i had my first sponsorships in after the first extreme when i had my first contract in front of me they said we want you to continue competing into the vivier extreme once again. It wasn't clear. Thank you very much. But now i have to go back to work because i have no money in really need to find the real choke and they said none of them. But you don't understand us a contract we want to pay you to snowboard house anna. No i did not understand. So can you please explain to me. What do you mean. Because at that time not free-rider were having really good contracts and that was for me the job that was the passion and my passion became my dope. That sounds wonderful so if people wanted to know more about you where can they find out. Do you have a website. I haven't websites might website Giradi has not the gun and you can find me also on instagram and facebook. Can you spell your surname for people so fast not is f a s and a c h t. I even spell it in the pilots way. She will folks at November alpha charlie or the dongle ww geraldine knack dot com exacly. Geraldine thank you very much repair on the show. It'd be enough to pleasure having you on.

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"geraldine " Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

04:08 min | 9 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on ActionPacked

"I did few years to be old Where'd you go do that. A says the time. I go around my house because heaven airports Forty minutes away from my house and might Lean is there and another plane. i'm renting is also based at the same place. So i'm most of the time i fly my collides because i like to go in the mountains and london I clicked my snowboard on my pin. My plane and i go snowboarding. You fly into the mountains land on the glacier secure the plan and then you climb up to where you gonna snowball down exactly. Yes because of my intellect plane lending on the glacier a means at the. I don't need to make all these approach studies really long and not so easy sometimes because you get to Long valleys and it takes ages to get to and because of my clients. I get to a glacier really close to the line. I'm dreaming to do with my snowboard than i lend just at the bottom. Sometimes i sleep at the bottom of the of line. And i climbed during the nights to the line because sometimes you speak. Lions of two thousand metres than relational one thousand five hundred and it needs to be in really good conditions early morning so most.

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"geraldine " Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on ActionPacked

"He's more girl in the mountains. I believe you've jumped off the nacho home. Yes i did. Open the d'amato home. The summit of the matter home in two thousand fourteen and was repeated. Several times after is tonight also went back last summer shifts. Jump off with my husband because my husband heaven done it so he was dreaming about jumping it so i brought him there. Does your husband do the same as you do. My unfortunately my husband his so easily based but it's also a way for us to to share such incredible moments in the mountains in the air and flying together since Would say over twelve years now and he's got to really really big level and i really trust him. Hundred percent is really a good flier. Now you have a frightened. Yeah for sure in the mountains. If you not frightened is it's not good. I think it's always good to think twice. That doesn't mean that I don't do mistakes. It's it's also really important to learn from your mistakes. The mistakes of the people around you listening to the stories of what's happening also understand how to react differently if if something happened and train train hearts to have always a good reaction when the moments needs to have a good reaction because when you base jumping you need to have the perfect action in the next seconds do you need to be very fit to base jumping. Yeah you need to be really fits to be base jumping because you fly with your buddies so you have to really familiar but he really will issue and not fitting well into wing suit sip because you also have to put your material inside and you don't feel like flying. Well i can talk about myself. If i after my pregnancy for example or when i was pregnant i was still jumping for why and when i started to feel to fats i was not feeling good to.

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"geraldine " Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"geraldine " Discussed on ActionPacked

"Writers and we've spent off lifetime exploring every corner of the world so we want to share with you some of our extraordinary experiences and the amazing people. We've met along the way this week. But back in switz- the talking to jody. Cessna represents the ultimate actually packed travel. She's an extreme Border microlight pilots and skydiver jordan's idea of a light adrenaline fuelled. Recreation is to climb. One of europe's highest peaks and then dive off rate in a wing. Suit that speeds up to one hundred eighty kilometers per hour. We caught up with on the ground at a home in verbier jordan. You'll have your life in the mountains that you love where you explore the very limits of the laws of gravity whether this affair with mountain speed and danger begin for you. Okay nice nice interdiction thank you. It's all begins because my parents are really good. Sc years loves skiing and they have been asking forever in them and They brought me. We can't it. Revocations he envying. It's where i've learned to ski. When i was two years old. That's very young to yeah insulin It's not such a surprise because like sweden. Three quarters of a country is full month and everywhere we can we slide. So it's kind of common to as soon as the baby can can walk eastep to slide. So you'll relationship with the mountains sounded a very early age and then you went on to become a an extreme snowboarder. You won the extremely web. Yates three times exactly and then after that you did..

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"geraldine " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A female running mate is no longer a novelty nor the political risk it once Wass as NPR's Daniel Kurt slave in reports in 1952 decades before Sarah Palin or Geraldine Ferraro. Democrats placed India Edwards in contention as a running mate for Adlai Stevenson, but she didn't want the job. As she explained to NPR in 1984. I had no aspiration to be vice president, the United States. I think the Democratic Party was reading from the woman vice president. In 1984 Democrats would choose Ferraro as the first woman, Major party vice presidential nominee. Edwards opposed it. I think we have plenty of women who are qualified. But I just don't think this is a year to gamble. We want a get breaking out of the right house. That is the height of my ambition. 36 years later, Democrats are still fretting about women and electability. Not to mention ambition. Karen Finney was spokesperson for Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign. Remember when Geraldine Ferraro was nominated, and it was exciting? Our country's in a in a different place, even though some of those same sexist and racist tropes remain. Ah, lot has changed. For starters. It won't be a surprise when Biden picks a woman, and there's a deeper bench of women for him to pick from. Including more women of color. But according to Debbie Walsh, director of the Center for American Women in Politics at Rutgers University, there's also a less obvious contrast with Ferraro and Sarah Palin. I think in both of those cases putting a woman on felt a bit like a Hail Mary, which I don't get the sense that it has that same feel this time around. In 1984 for example, Walter Mondale was down by double digits against President Reagan in some national polls before he picked for Ouro Scott would Meyer served as her press secretary. Let's face it. Walter Mondale. Was there a fantastic candidate? Probably not the most lively candidate, so we were looking to, you know, bring excitement to the ticket. And when you look at Geraldine Ferraro, she brought that spark in her vice presidential debate against George H. W. Bush. Ferraro swiped at him for talking down to her. Let me just say, first fall, Did I almost resent Vice President Bush your patronizing attitude that you have to teach me about foreign policy. John McCain likewise was substantially behind Barack Obama for much of summer 2008 before picking Sarah Palin. Here. She was in her convention speech, thanking her parents. And among the many things I owe them is a simple lesson that I've learned. That this is America, and every woman can walk through every door of opportunity, and my parents are here tonight. Similarly, there was a sense then that Palin could liven up McCain's campaign. At this time is different. Wall says not only because Biden is leading in polls but because he defeated several well qualified women to get the nomination. The path that led the Democratic Party to this nomination was this concept of electability that really hurt women and candidates of color in the primary process, and I think this is in many ways and nod to saying Look this this is the future. In recent years, the Democratic Party has more greatly acknowledged the role that women and a special Really black women play in electing Democrats, Finney says that voters have absorbed this message. We see the idea of a new generation. And an acknowledgment that the country is changing. And for Democratic women still stinging from Hillary Clinton's loss in 2016 Finney added, It might be some consolation of this year, A woman.

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"geraldine " Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine " Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"Welcome to Jewish history matters. I'm Jason less steak and I'm really excited to welcome Geraldine good offen- Amir gyarfas to the podcast today to talk about. Moore's Book Impure Migration. Choose and sex work in Golden Age Argentina Geraldine. Good offen- is a scholar of modern Jewish studies currently teaching at American University and she focuses in her research on Migration Gender and the intersection of law and religion in French and American Jewish history. Geraldine recently hosted an episode with Kirstin from Agla. And we're really excited to have her back to share this episode with Mir. Yar Fits who's assistant professor in the Department of History at Wake Forest University. Thank you so much Jason. I'm very excited to talk with your about his book on Jewish Prostitution by the status. I was really interested in discussing two things with Mir in particular. The first one is the question of agency and really looking at sex work from the perspective of the workers themselves particularly women and the agency that they had in deciding to become sex workers and one of the main themes of the book was the topic of Immigration and particularly the criminalization of immigration. So I'm very interested in how Jewish immigrants were criminalised through the Lens of sex work and also what larger questions? This raises about immigration. Today I am here. Thank you so much for joining us on the Jewish History Matters. Podcast today luck. I am really excited to do this. I was fascinated by your book on Jews.

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"geraldine " Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine " Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"Yeah I'd have a few break-up boxes behind a couple more questions. What are you doing in quarantine? You've been Djing. Are you been jer? Yes pretty much. We just finished Tiga King. I'm just GONNA say Tiger on your shirt so you must have finished. Yeah exactly and I'm just saying it has been on my mind. It's it is insane That story I just finished watching. You finally caught up on that. That was a wind and then yeah has been doing classic orangeade things trying to cook very confronting how bad. I am cooking. But if you're trying to cook my God now nothing ambitious. It's really just pasta and I did this Ravioli. Thing that turned out so bad I couldn't have made. It was so gross. I don't know we've been. Smith is location pals. We've been taking terms in cooking and everyone else is very good at it. So I've of let them take Ryan's you know trying to pick up tips and tricks adult. Yeah we've been playing POLKA. We've been trying to get good up hook which is just a nice way to not look at a screen for like a couple of out right. What was the first audition you went on that? You either got the role. Your didn't I felt edition was probably when I was five years old. And addition for the Performing Arts School in my hometown that I went to Have NO RECREATIONAL THAT WAY. I did have to pretend to walk a dog and I now the and got in and That was my last question. What's the one? Tv show you watch over and over again and you never get bored. It's gotta be friends wise. I think it's just a really comforting to me. I really became obsessed with friends when I was like nine years old. And it was kind of the earliest Obsession and inspiration for me and I think it's more to do with that. It's just a fantasy like A. He's six people who are so close and they live so close to each other and they hang out all the time. I just really wanted that. So it's just very it's just the most comforting me whenever I'm revisiting friends. I know that I need some comforting. Jerry this is great. This is fun. Thank you so much. Congratulations on the movie. Thank you and hopefully we'll meet when the world is not upside down in vote.

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"geraldine " Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine " Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"That was Hugh Jackman now. Coming up after a short break. Bad Educations Rising Star Geraldine Viswanathan. Young officer veal's what was like meeting Jackman for the first time. Plus find out what happened when she told Daniel Radcliffe or co Star on the series miracle workers that she had never seen any of his Harry Potter movies. I'll be right back with Geraldine Viswanathan after all been through the class of twenty twenty deserves a proper sendoff which is why Iheartradio and Doritos brings you commencement the podcast featuring speeches and dedications from icons. We admire most here from Halsey for little kids. We've shown the world while we can be sold a lot of things. We will never buy a dream and pit bull. Who guys a generation standoff? You guys are generation. Make a difference. You guys generation go change the world. Techy G John Legend Cashew Angie Martinez Khalid and many many more all have something to say to you. The amazing class of twenty twenty so choose firmly choose willfully and choose confidently listen to iheartradio. New podcast commencement now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get podcasts. With a special DORITOS Valedictorian episode. Where Doritos takes graduation? Speeches to another level by naming five victorians giving them each fifty thousand dollars in tuition assistance and sharing their speeches with the world. You are the was. That's GonNa make a difference. Welcome back to the big ticket. Here's bad education. Actress Geraldine Viswanathan. So how are you? I'm good? What was it like walking on set the first data work with Hugh Jack? Oh Man I was obviously very intimidated. Especially meeting we did a table read. And that's where I met him to the time and I just very star struck But he just immediately put me at ease. He's just like the friendliest lovely When both from Australia was just kind of instant like hey definitely would have moments especially during a same It'd be like okay. He's acting and now I have to do it as well. It's pretty crazy isn't he? Likes consider God in Australia pretty much. Yeah I think he just got like He. He couldn't come to to tiff because he was getting some kind of like royal on of course in Australia. Like the equivalent of being knighted in. So tell me about the first time you read the script for education. How did it come about I? I met with Mike the Right mccaskey and I just got on some great And I thought he was really smart and cool and then I read the script and it was just like the fastest. I've read a script like it's just so shopping well written and interesting and And I just thought it was so I just loved like the pace of it. I thought it was so cool and I thought racial was really cool. This like underdog kind of has her own scandal in her in her life. So it was coming from this place of not having anything to lose. And she's the outside cheese. End Up being the whistle blower and this whole scandal. I just thought it's cool to see the high school student journalist. They here now is she. Was she based on someone real or was it a composite kind of she was? I think it was in the the real story. Was the shooting journalist body as a whole. It wasn't necessarily one person but I did meet with the woman that it was that Rachel was loosely based off Which was cool. It was mostly just cool to to hear her account of what happened and Yeah and and Mike definitely kind of choke. She was very like Ambitious of end sort of But more quiet and lie it. He kind of took elements of put them into ritual as well. And what about getting a long island accent? Oh Gosh I was like you want me to do a long island accent. I just like no. I like no good. So what was it like hearing Hugh Jackman for the first time? Because he had accent he got that New York accent. He did have the accent. It was cool. I mean is very good And he yeah. I know I think I kind of. And he's someone that likes inbetween takes will just slip out of it like when I am doing then I like to stay in the whole time because it's just like a the way your mouth is foam against a totally different things so But he's able to just kind of like dip in and out which is cool. It's kind crazy. Yeah did you get to sing and dance with him at all? He was just break out into a tap retained. Yes absolutely in between. She's the greatest that's amazing. Yeah he told me he did. Teach me how to play. Back Backgammon. The game. Yeah Yes yes yes. I'm tap dancing and backgammon. Yeah Oh my gosh or no. Tap dancing lessons from him now. I think that would have been biddable. 'cause I think I'll get some big into causes somewhere else and then I'll got hugh. When did you shoot Miracle Workers? We saw the second season in. Krog end of last year Like August to know that when you did the first season you Outta town Daniel Radcliffe that you were not a Harry Potter fan among. Oh God I know I kind of wish I could go back and do it all again. You know it's definitely I'm like. Why did I Harry? Potter's amazing like what's wrong with me. But it was just the movie the interest. I was traumatized by one of the movies. A troll STUCCO one open Highlight freaked out and less. You know I don't understand why but I I feel like he's he's got so much else though. Like I love Swisscom Man Mike Digital you like the Foreign Corpse I did. I thought it was. There was some like scenes in that was so beautiful alike and hair and Paul Dana. Like listen I didn't see Harry Potter but in Foreign Star loves it but I feel like also Daniel. I've interviewed him a few times and he seems like he'd totally because like Oh. You didn't see it. I don't care yeah I think I think I'm in the minority so I think he's not phased by it. Might he might even be a little fresh. I'm the only one on fat not making Harry Potter jokes at him. So basically you're telling me you still haven't watched movies. Yeah actually I haven't maybe that's why should do in quarantine damn and catch up. He's us what is it like working general. I mean so great. I've met I mean it's annoying because everyone I'm like Oh my God they're amazing Truly he's so lovely so considerate and thoughtful and And just like work so hard and he's just the best that whole cost reap becomes the 'cause now and I love them right and the broken heart gallery but could you tell me I tell me about that. One that one we We shot in Toronto over the SUMMA last year. it's a ROM COM it Very fun and sweet and The writer Director Natalie. Krinsky is amazing and we just totally I mean. She's one of my closest friends. Now I she houses me law and is just the greatest. Yeah we just had an amazing amazing time on that one and it just felt like a dinner party we had so many cool guests we have been at Pitas and Sukey Porterhouse Molly gone and obviously dacre. Montgomery Yeah it's It's really fun. Hopefully though who do you play? What? What's your character. I play Lissi. She is she's not a Horta but she hold on to things especially things connected to relationships than breakups and it stops to become overwhelming. And she kind of. Es She's heartbroken in the beginning of the film and she needs to sort of channel Her heartbreaking her addiction on tendency to cling onto objects and material things. So she starts gallery Made of those those objects and she tries and then invites other people to bring in then. Heartbreak suggest so. Did you save your heartbreak? Paraphernalia is yeah. I do I actually do. I love I have so many boxes of little memory hangs a love it. I love living in the pause So Nice there.

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"geraldine " Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine " Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"Just discussion we had At dinner and it was a friend of mine who said off. I was baking some cookies and I sent some cookies down to the local station. I was like yeah I mean Y- I'm in array position where in a way I have an audience that is worldwide. Rydin have millions of people. Follow me on this and that social media but in the end I'm a father of four lives in a community and just up the road there is to play in. So there's five deposits and play sessions then thankfully these men and women Working and I was just a small to say. Hey thank you thinking August pasta garbage truck now or anyone on the street. Who's well I'll just give him a thumbs up as I'm riding my birthday morning. Maas I have no idea who I I tell you the white back. Thanks you know I feel appreciated Celebrate your anniversary in quarantine. I don't know why but Eboni we get all the time but over the twenty four years. Wbz counting tool thirteen. We haven't been together. It's been a press thing. Been a while. Oh she's been something has happened so the two of US staying in vain together was really nice and we had the cage with some and We cooked to meal and you know it was. It was really a bubbly. Don't tell me your treat was low. Carb bread for your anniversary. Trust me not so. Let's talk about bad education. I win and did a number of days At different schools some long island's somebody's Hampton. I went and hung out with superintendents just to see what they die is alike and and everywhere. I went every person when say what I was doing. You know we like. Oh because of that I now have to do requisition. Orders JUST TO BUY FOOTBALL ICON. Spend twenty dollars without signing seven phones. And that'll happen because of this because I think it was twenty thousand dollars. Anything under twenty thousand dollars just had to get a stamp from some of the school. Now it's all Gonna go everything for twenty dollar purchase as to go to some central so it changed everything this situation. So let's let's talk about frank to sewn and the whole story tell us what is the story of education. One of the story really is off people slipping and the slipperiness of truth and how people can gradually inch by inch to pretend things are okay because they sit them personally and how people who start off incredibly altruistic and doing things in-service to teach to educate to raise up people find themselves in Johannesburg millions of dollars and what he's head Jenny. How is that possible? I think it's also really a story of courage and perseverance when you see it from the angle of the fifteen year old schoolgirl and movie which actually was a composite of two people but it was true that they were riding on the school newspaper. And that's how this scoring story was followed so the school newspaper that was edited by Frank. Son was way you know I've seen anyway and had to be sanctioned by him every single one it was the same and that they had the courage to stand up to those sort of authority structures. And and tell the truth It's a tear thing to do when you attack powerful people but if you're fifteen year old at school and it's must have been terrifying and I think that's amazing part of the story. So Franks own is a Superintendent Long Island school system in Roslyn and he they find out that he embezzled how much how many millions. Well two point two. He denies that to this day. He said I and he's still one point. One that's defense It was slightly like everything you know. He spent a lot of money that was embezzled to buy gifts the teachers to appreciate them to make their lives. Easiest in the anniversary gifts and flowers on their birthday and lobster lunches and you know. Send them away on weekends. You've worked so hard. Congratulations you know. So some of the embezzling money was. That's why he's still defensive about it but they still a lot of money. He's been thirty thousand dollars. He and dry cleaning. He justified that as the face of the school he needed to be presentable. You know but in the Indian buying a house in Vegas that he shared with. He's lava he's husband did know about and all well didn't even know he was guys said it was. There's upon layer of deception and I think what the real story is is not. Just frank was Machiavellian and I'm going to deceive everybody. I think there's layers of deception to himself as well and dad is where the story I think resonates beyond this is true crime story and watch all this go down. You know that actually all of us have air is now live where we are prepared to turn a blind eye to something because it just doesn't suit us to face it you know and and I think that's why this is a cautionary tile It's just also an unbelievable story of how it happened. And Allison Janney and frank were not in cahoots. It wasn't like a coordinated thing. It just sort of happened in this culture happened where it was just seemed to be okay. That was the GNOME. That's what you did is fun. It's okay you work really hard. You're working for doing things. You work nights forty hours a date. It's okay if you charge a credit card here that they're more than here and there that like you said you know has a place in Las Vegas right but also a blind eye to it because he was doing such a good job that house prices. It was a million dollars for house you know and this was an area that hadn't been successful because he'd brought the school up to number four country. Everyone was making money off him so no one really wanted a little. The you know well I loved when when there was the whole issue of saying we can't have this get out their books. It's going to hurt our rating for the school system. And then her two kids right out. Budget WON'T GET PASSED. And then the kids get yeah. I know that's part of the story. That is shocking to me. That a group of six seven board members all at the end of that meeting after finding hundreds of thousands of dollars and probably more than that. They stay convinced themselves. That was the right thing to do to Cape quiet shocking. And by the way none of those people in the board took money they still put. It was a good idea. So it's it's just amazing how we can as humans justify things in pretend things are okay. Let's talk about your accent. You do a good Long Island New York accent. GotTa give credit to jest. Platt did a take a long time and I'm not one of those actors can just pull them up at a party. They do Scottish for do Indian do this I. I can get eighty percent of the way but I need on aid work and I made A dialect Kutch and I've had the same dilate coach since I was a for twenty years basically And either into a movie without him. And by the way many producers have said to me like really. He's done thirty five movies. He's student to coach the accent. Like come on and I'm like yeah. I'm sorry that's what I I. I don't care about as much. I donate a dollar coach. So when did know that you got that New York accent because specific New York accent? It's not just you know. My coaches actually He's from Brooklyn so he said around the area and He was just like no no no and then you know. He said to me at one point he gets hit. I remember he said I want you to listen back because I said he show and he said listen back to it And you know I'm quite musical. I'll go to musical so when I hear things I listened back when something we'd record and I was like. Oh you're right. That's IT and then once. She started to get that then. It's you've just gotTa practice it and sit in and say you don't think about all you're acting. Did you ever think of reaching out to Frank? Yeah thought about it I actually was not encouraged to do that. by the studio and produces at the time and I understand why but there was so much public so much on the public record. I'm and I literally maybe fifteen hours of interviews with frank because you know he's to ride in the newspaper he had or every second week. He had an editorial there's some much stuff that he wrote Written about him not just the scandal prior to this candle so I really did no lawn and then you know I wanted to do a little research about what it is to be superintendent. This is the whole system. I didn't grow within. Australia is very different. voting on budgets. And all that stuff none of that this is all foreign to me but also just the mindset of how lies can take place. I've read a lot about that. Did you like Frank. Did you like as a character as a real person how do you I? I assume you have to find something to like about him as an actor you have to. I always remember. Yeah I remember my Acting teacher said it's not about liking or disliking your character. You have to fall in love with your character like you character. You can't if you are outside your character. Judging it all you filed Uganda file. You have to be within an understanding and there is not a person on the planet walks in going on a bad guy. I'm villain This everyone feels that they're doing their best and they're doing most people feel doing the right thing for whatever reason and that's the job of an actor.

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"geraldine " Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

09:22 min | 1 year ago

"geraldine " Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"I up. Hugh Jackman Oscar nominees here to talk about his new. Hbo Film Bad Education Based on a true story Jackman Stars as a long island school superintendent. Who was sent to prison for embezzling eleven million dollars from the Public School System Jackman talks about getting into character? He nails that New York accent brilliantly plus he updates us on the upcoming Broadway Revival of the music man he set to star in the show with Sutton foster then later Jackson's Young Better Education Co Star Geraldine Viswanathan the twenty four year. Old Fellow Aussie plays a high school student who uncovers the superintendents wrongdoings while writing the story for the school newspaper. Find out what it was like working with Jackman why she may be watching all of the Harry Potter Films. During quarantine so stick around. I'll be right back with Hugh Jackman an IT. Career at ddat means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join for challenging and impactful work that advances your career apply now at Gd dot com slash careers opportunity. Billy Barron welcome back to the big ticket. Here's Hugh Jackman. Hey how are you get I mark how are you? I'm good? How are you doing how you Cope an-and in all of this crazy upside down world? Yeah you know what it's unluckily healthy. My family healthy my immediate family. He and so I think I'm trying to keep things simple and go back to gratitude particularly for those people who are out there doing all the work so that we can stay at home I few little tip for me I realized I can't listen to the news too much. That's not good for me Trying to do a lot of simple things you know. Time together cooking Cheeks Puzzles Connah's stuff that brings us together as a family. You know I know my husband and I are doing a jigsaw puzzle. I think the last time I did a jigsaw puzzle is probably fifteen. It's addictive it's crazy. So what are you guys cooking? What is Hugh Jackman Cook? I cooked today Am I have to say the first time it's quite successful? Low COBB BREAD LOW CARB for sound bad right. It sounds like what's the point and I have tried a couple of times when being a mover and darts and Blah Blah Blah But I had someone in my house is like I'm trying to let's cops. I'm like let's have a look and I found this thing and it was actually yummy now. The person the actual person who wants it thought also found a really yummy to believe you. I believe you you you close down your cafe in New York too. Obviously out of say Yeah. We did we have we lucky to have. Big Business is The politics that we have the recyclable pods that we sell online through the correct system. So we look we have that at. I'll tell you I get. I gotTa tell you honestly I get stopped y more like below Times Square. I will get stopped three times about my cafe in once about my movies like it was like. Hey Jay cafe man I love the coffee and I'm so happy I I think my egos but like I think my copies more famous than me which is obviously the golf when the world is back to so called normal. How many more cafes do you want to open up? I don't know it's always a good question. Obviously for me I did You know Paul Newman was my sort of inspiration on all this. I'm not ever read the book. Shameless EXPLOITATION PURSUIT OF COMMON GOOD. That was written by partner. It's fantastic and it's a highly with raid and you know that's really what inspired us to create it and so obviously I wanted to make the foundation as big as possible to help as many Femmes as possible. And you know. I think we're the only one in the coffee spice way gaming. Arguable my profits back. I think is a total company. Seventy five percent back to the farmers and we you know we. We have recyclable pod. We doing really good things so as a social business services because possible and whether that's set of online through the pods we definitely promote cafes. We literally just by the way I've been this month actually An extension of Cafe Down in dwayne straight That anyway it'll it'll it'll happen in town. So how'd you like your coffee Strong strong black strong double espresso. I like Or in America Sometimes a little bit of hot milk in it sometimes but I generally like sort of straight and a strategy. We complete snobs coffee. Snobs so we were the first place in New York City to have a flat wide Yeah all the Aussies. I think business was started by the fifty thousand dollars. These live in New York City. 'cause I all came from all of it. Come and get a flat. Lauded applies see. I'm not a SNOB. I'm from New York City so you give me an ice per day. Ghor Korean market coffee and fine. Yeah right yeah I get it. I'm attic like him in south. And I do want to ask you when you with Corona virus and covert nineteen when you look at Broadway. How heartbreaking is it to see just completely dark is devastating I don't think anyone I could ever have imagined a world way. We wouldn't find a way to come together to his stories. You know. I've always said over the many many years you know things change we're gonNA DVD's now we're going to streaming and now it's Netflix. And what's GonNa Happen to film it? It will get a cinemas anymore and I'm thinking the one thing that will always be there is the humans desire to come together the stories in alive since and I do believe that will happen and I don't know how that will happen But this is just been devastating. Just how many people I know musicians crews ashes We really supporting the actors fund a lot because I that do such amazing work right across the industry not just act obviously but crews and headdresses and united Ashes. Everybody it's is. I don't know the numbers on Broadway I know in a strategy out there are six hundred thousand jobs in the entertainment industry. All of you know that six hundred thousand country twenty million so probably working population of what eight million so? That's a lot of people working in the time a continental what it's like here and I think it's very much the lifeblood culturally as well as economically for the city. And you know it's just been absolutely those tiny and you're getting ready to do music man. Yes Yup You know we still you know as I think the Scott Rudin you know every other day and you know we we do to start rehearsals on June. Twenty nine th and that hasn't changed And Alpha's preview September fifteenth. But of course you know we'll have to see what happens. You know better at present. That's still the plan. And the Tony's being postponed it's just it's just I can't think of New York in June without Tony's yeah me know I've been lucky enough to host them a bunch of times and I. It is an that food Sunday in June is just feel something so integral I actually haven't heard what do you know what they do? They just postponed the whole thing or they doing it. Online version right. Now they're just saying postpone In canceled outright. But I just. I don't know when they were doing it because all these shows that haven't even opened that would have been eligible so since shows due to this spring. So it's what happens. Then what's devastating? And you know I know. I know several people who are about to open shows I'm you know working with Jerry. Zaks on in he was in previews you know and you think The poll in previous what much done understand. It's probably was seven years to get to the first preview right workshops you know. I I know what it takes to get a musical up and running and going into work. That goes into it. It's just you know it's devastating but it's like that across so many industries you know. I just think I don't know if the whole country the whole world just gets recalibrated in some way that you know. We can't see when something like this happens at the everyone just completely loses any money any way to live at snow. It's for you know. What on the bright side. I see us. Finally as a society appreciating those essential workers. You know who done it continued to do it but you gave pizza to the police department right. Everyone did people that just getting the appreciation that that they've long. What made you decide to send pizza to your police precinct..

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A Rosenberg by Any Other Name?

Jewish History Matters

11:11 min | 1 year ago

A Rosenberg by Any Other Name?

"I'm Jason La Steak and I'm really excited to welcome Geraldine. Good a fan and Kirsten from left to the podcast today. To talk about Kirsten's book a Rosenberg by any other name. A history of Jewish name changing America Josie could offend. It's a scholar of modern your studies currently teaching at American University. She received her. Phd In history from Brandeis University in two thousand eighteen and her research is focused on migration gender and the intersection of law and religion in French. American Jewish history. And we're also joined of course by Kirstin from Agla who's an associate professor at Michigan State University's Department of History her book Rosenberg by any other name. Which we're GonNa talk about today explores the history of name changing in the US in the twentieth century and her first book American Dreams and not nightmares looked at secular Jewish intellectuals. Use of the Holocaust in the early nineteen sixties. Thanks Jason I'm Geraldine. I'm very excited to talk with Kirsten today about her book on Jewish name changing in the United States. I was really fascinated to read Christian books because he deals with so many different things. And one thing that really stood out is the question of the types of economic and social anti-semitism that juice faced in the twentieth century. And this is a story that has been obscured both in how American Jews tell their own story and how they really name changing itself. But it's also a topic that has been obscured largely in the history of American Jews. And so a lot of the discussion with Kirsten really centered on the question of how everyday life of Jews in America were is shaped by anti-semitism and how American Jews del their own story in their recounting of how juice change their names in the twentieth century. I hope you'll enjoy this conversation. Kirsten hiding for joining the Jewish history matters podcast. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited so I actually wanted to start with a joke. That's awesome so it's actually a French. Joke offense Jewish joke as I understand it. So it's a story of Mister Meshu Shoe Katzman. We'll goes to the French authorities in the early twentieth century because he wants to change his name. A finds that cats minis for to foreign sounding Fort Jewish sounding so he asked no. Would it be possible to change the name and the French official tells him yes? Sure Okay so what's your name Katzman. So he breaks cats on into to any asked him. So what does that mean in German and the Jewish men says it means Shah Cat in English Okay what does men mean and the men answers it means lum the men so essential official says okay. Katzman you are no no longer cats men but shallow brilliant. It is marvelous because it's really about how your revealing I see in the process of trying to conceal it as you say in the book. Jewish name changing is no laughing matter. We have a lot of jokes involving name changing but it is in fact a very serious topic and so I wanted to start the conversation by asking you why it is such a serious topic and also what do you mean by name changing because I think the readers need to understand what that meant in the American context so the first thing that's really important to say is I only looked at one archive when space for name changing which was official name changing in civil court. It wound up being incredibly rich space. But there's lots of other places in lots of other ways that people could change their names for example. When I started talking about my work I had immigration. Historians say but this is not the only kind of name changing that happens if immigration memoirs you can see and I teach for my students memoirs where people decide to change their name on the shop floor. You know all the people they work with at the sweatshop. I'll sit around and spend the day talking about what your new American names should be. There's definitely kind of informal name changing people sort of take on names and the US among if not the than among the most flexible places in name changing you can really informally. Change Your name to anything. You want without any kind of permission or official status whatsoever. And it's legal this Anglo American law that the US actually took it even to a greater extent in England in some ways on sort of informal name changing people's selecting names because they like them because it sounds good. Those actually are are themselves legal so people can really change their names to anything so because I was using official name changes in city in civil court. I was looking at people who chose to do so officially who chose to be having the state know about their name changing and so- choosing to look at official name. Tinging meant that I was also looking not just at the state it wound up meaning also that I was looking at other kinds of people who might be interested in your name private employers or universities or other kinds of places and spaces where they might these surveillance you. I think maybe watching you questioning. Why your name looks different from one place from the other? What I saw gave us a real insight into the impact of the anti-ageing and the importance of it which is actually kind of your second question right. Why is this important? Why is it serious? A lot of what I've found in the archives. I mean I think a lot of people would have found it boring people's reasons for changing their names if you didn't spend a lot of time looking at them. They were very boring. I want to change my name because it's hard to spell because it's hard to pronounce equal can't remember it. It's hard to say on the telephone. You know a lot of sort of things like that so you had to kind of read through the lines but also some sad stories people who would talk about being excluded in the military people who talked about their employer telling them they had to change their name when they got promoted people who wanted to erase memories of having escaped Germany during World War Two. There are a lot of those sad stories and in other kinds of readings. I did oral history is that I did. It's not always you know. Sort of a tragedy. But there's a lot of lingering sadnesses there's a lot of lingering ambivalence and I think the larger part of the story is people feeling like they had to do this. Some of the interesting part of looking at the state and the government's interest in doing this right and sort of making name changing available to people so easily right so readily you can change your name. Go ahead and change. Her name is volunteerism. The circumstances under which they're changing their names are not free and open they are constrained. They are significantly constrained not forcibly coerced. But they are constrained and sometimes they are being asked to or told to change their names by employers by military officers by defense industry contractors by people who kind of represent some kind of power and have interactions with Stay or certainly with their possibilities of getting a job and living in America. I think it's interesting that everybody's treated this so much as a joke that no scholar studied it. You know which I find really interesting right. That people have so far. Brush this and treated it as something that was not serious that was insignificant or Hurace. Something that was not really important so you actually mentioned the state a few times so I wanted to ask you about the state. What's at stake in controlling names and name changes from a state perspective so the federal government begins asking about name tinges voluntarily on Naturalization Petitions in nineteen of Sex. It is voluntary. It's just a line on your naturalization petition so I only did a very limited look at naturalization petitions but I found at least a few where somebody clearly had changed their name so that it looked very different but clearly the people setting this out that they didn't fill out a name change like the government didn't see this change in spelling as actually being a change in name. So there's a certain amount of laxity that European grants are being treated with in their ability to change their names so my story more begins with really World War One and then especially the Inter war period and World War Two and it spirals as the welfare state as the government begins to be concerned with issues of security and be concerned that the people standing in front of whatever federal worker may not be who they size so one of the most important things I think that leads to the nineteen forties in particular being. Sort of the place. Where you see. More of these official petitions being submitted than any other time in the twentieth century is that the government decides that during World War Two. It actually happened in nineteen ninety eight. They begin having defense. Contractors require birth certificates on so they can ensure the safety of their defense plates. So you see beginning in the nineteen thirties forties this kind of spiraling new. People start to have to produce their birth certificates in order to get jobs to become a part of the war effort which is where the jobs are happening and then as people begin to register for the draft or as they begin to be officers they are getting inconsistent right. It's not I don't think this is every single person who goes to apply to become an officer or to register for the draft or even to try to work for the defense industry but what you get is just more and more people who are getting defense contractors or officers or rotc people or whoever saying. Oh your name doesn't match you know you're going to have troubles you know you need to come back. And produce a birth certificate that matches so some of this is about security right security as the country is going to war and I think some of it is just about the government beginning to look to documents. They are trying more during the welfare state especially during the war to keep track of. Who's who I didn't see a lie. That was necessarily pushed by the Alien Registration. Act But that is something that is starting to begin to question people who have not become citizens yet so my gases that is playing a sub textual role in some people's decisions to do this. The state is beginning to keep track of people and so this kind of very open ended name policy which was working really to sort of bring white immigrants into the country and enfold them seamlessly as the US goes to war as it begins to offer benefits like welfare benefits but also especially as it begins to go to a second war it begins to want to keep track of people and it's using names as part of that way of kind of keeping track of

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North Dakota county to accept only 25 refugees in 2020

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02:45 min | 2 years ago

North Dakota county to accept only 25 refugees in 2020

"An executive order from the trump administration seeks to give local officials the authority to reject refugees in their communities Burleigh county North Dakota considered whether to become the first in the nation to do that but after emotional testimony county commissioners rejected that motion just barely Dave Thompson of prairie public has this report Burleigh county includes a state capitol Bismarck North Dakota governor Doug Bergen had already agreed to accept refugees in the state and with the governor's endorsement it fell to the county commission to accept refugee resettlement to North Dakota counties Grand Forks and cast have already agreed to take refugees Lutheran social services manages the rest settlement program an overflow crowd estimated at two hundred or more came to a local middle school to hear the discussion and sound off on the proposal treasure one is on was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo he came to America at age sixteen and is now in college pursuing a degree while working at a local restaurant we're not in this country just to take your government money in fact we're here to work and be successful in life just like everyone else here Geraldine on bay as a refugee from Cameroon she asked commissioners to consider what refugees meaning to the county I'm going to stop here by challenging everybody tonight when you leave you go to Walmart and see how many of them your shows Walmart why use do you want what you're talking about thank you opponents say they were concerned about the cost of bringing refugees to the area and what impact it might have on local schools look Lingenfelter is from Bismarck but I'd like to see before we bring in more people if we're spending money taxpayer dollars to bring these people and can we spend the money to help the people that are already here first when it came time to take a vote the commission approved three to two can Mister Jerry would **** was a yes vote with the stipulation that Burleigh county except only up to twenty five refugees in the next year when you see the success of the refugees that have been here for twenty years and and it's been a long term program has done an excellent job and I was convinced that that was the what we were going to be doing commission chairman Brian Bittner voted no saying he did not have enough information I need to know what this costs I mean all together because it seems to me we kind of give a blank check because as American citizens to refugee resettlement and I'd like to know more about what it actually costs the decision has to be renewed

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What killed Michael Jackson? Prosecutor's secretary Geraldine Hughes Speaks Out

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01:25 min | 2 years ago

What killed Michael Jackson? Prosecutor's secretary Geraldine Hughes Speaks Out

"geraldine " Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"geraldine " Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Areas like he's talking over you. Yeah. Look at him. He really broke this onto himself. It's true. I don't blame. I don't blame us know at all. I think we should leave him outside a little longer than. You know? I mean, here's the thing. He could he could jump over that and get in the back. Oh, really? This. Wait. Let's pretend like we said. Oh, yeah. Done. Okay. This is really fun. Now, he's really engaged in that. It's true. I'm locked in booking. He tried to lock you out. But. I'm pissed off. What did I miss? What did you guys talk about light your what did you say about back? Oh, yeah. Gotta listen to your rain Platt. Let's just say this a lot. Yeah. Yeah. -ccomplish? We talked about just got some things. Pause. Well, we pause, okay? Actually pose with. You wanna know? But I need to know because I don't know if you guys set any secrets you for real. Yes. Are you feeling left out? Are you feeling so getting out of the? We didn't. We didn't say anything about you. Brennan. We didn't say what we would have said. Like, what are you worried that we said, what are you worried that we said? Gone. You were like don't let him back in one hundred percent. Okay. Locked you fear of something that we said, well, you're well, I don't know started ripping your fears of what we said, it was like the dumbest thing, you could imagine. He's like hope we're not talking about about my outfit right now. That's great outfit. And we talked about that we talked about it off pod. And that's the thing is off pod. We locked you out. Like, they turned him either. Like does it hard lying to Brandon about how he dresses? And I was like, yeah. I have to think of new lies every day, his are, actually, mediocre and. And. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. You know? All I can just leave. Okay. I can just leave Jack. Why is this cruise pod? I come in here. Kyw? We'll start recording a gun. I come in here. And I am I've displayed nothing but love and affection for our guests for you. And for myself at that part. And then I'm I just feel like. Now, I just feel like Jack is kind of being violent. Jack. Do you sort of saying? Yeah, he's letting me right now. Yeah. Well, as has been established, I love gaslight. Yeah. Yeah. I have a gas. I guess I mean Elliott Geraldine was sick. And she was like about to cancel because actually, I don't know if you're you're fine Josie. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. Yeah. I had a meltdown and was like, oh, I don't feel like I can be on a rift podcast right now. So I cold Brandon was like, hey, I feel I don't feel. Well, I also have a called like I don't think I'm gonna come. And he was like I can do it. He's like you could do and fully Gus let me into into being him. But for me and. Yeah, so I will sue. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if I mentioned this. I am a lawyer. Okay. Great. So looking for cases, I'm a freelance lawyer just you know, the puck is not incorporated you could individually sue him. Oh, yeah. I was I was going. I I was gonna suit to break you up as a unit. Okay. And then I was just going to go to everybody's obsessed with suing me. Brennan's back then the spring back. He's more high. I will say I didn't eat lunch. Oh, no. But all fucking order food. It's fun. Something I think about constantly share. At least once a week is the Tiga song hookah, featuring young folks..

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"geraldine " Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"geraldine " Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Dill Vic missing a hockey star motor sport engineer. Nikki daily the activists elder Smith and the writer and actress Stephanie prize now over now to another question. This one is from Geraldine Mohan Geraldine the last two referenda marriage equality and repeal the eighth amendment demonstrated. The power of direct action grassroots mobilization. How can this mobilization be maintained? And how can it be continued to be effective? That's a really good question. How do you keep the momentum going and NICKY as someone who's been campaigning to promote women in motorsports? What would you say has worked for you? I think just awareness and visibility is a huge thing in in my sports. You know, they've just launched the twenty by twenty campaign, which is a movement here in Ireland to increase the participation the awareness and the media coverage of women's sport by twenty percent by the year, twenty twenty and a huge part of that is bringing role models and the visibility of role models to the younger generation, and especially younger girls, and they have a tagline. That's if they can't see us than they can't be as and I think in my sport and motorsport, it couldn't be more true. Because it's such a small percentage of women that are involved in this. And I think from my own experience younger generations, especially girls. They don't even really know what motorsport is they've never seen a go-cart or they've no real experience of it. Unless they've been kind of brought up within the sport themselves and Stephanie as a writer and actress uses you may help to engage people. It certainly makes you more palatable when I'm creating characters on. When I'm writing it's like when he says like what people see is important, it's crucial. When I was growing up, the president of Ireland was female, and I thought. A role for a woman. It was Mary Robinson those maim athletes. And I thought oh like the president is a woman I could be president. Because what you see is important. And then I was like all it could also be a man for that. That's so inverted in terms of how the narrative goals. And so it's something that we think about constantly when I'm writing when I'm creating which is what people see is important. So I put these two difficult girls with a difficult friendship on screen with can't cowpoke and continuously came up against like, can you make her more likable? No, I can't make more like because she's not like ground because some people just aren't likable, you know, like I want to be able to measure myself against the characters that I'm seeing on screen and always feel like I'm not as good as them. You know, I want people to make dirty decisions of bad choices and be messy, and and be difficult and still feel like they are worthy of of of love and their place in the world. And so in order to make people want to watch that car crash of a lifestyle. Infusing it with humor. I think gets people on site. I find an aggressive approach has never really helped me even though I can kind of naturally go that way. Okay deal. I wanna come to you. Now, I want to hear about your story. So you were born in Italy tissue Lincoln parents and then lived in Sri Lanka Bahrain. And then moved to Ireland. What was your first impression of the emerald isle? I suppose why I was tracked to move into Anna's because as living in Bahrain, I found most of my friends were Irish. And then somehow I saw river dance. And I thought. I think it was Jean Butler. I have massive.

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Us, Nicolas Maduro and Luigi De Mayo discussed on Midday on WNYC

Midday on WNYC

02:36 min | 3 years ago

Us, Nicolas Maduro and Luigi De Mayo discussed on Midday on WNYC

"Dangerous for people debris out enrichment from the hawaii police department neil al has some other news stories britain's prime minister theresa may has told president hossan ruhani over iran that the uk and its european partners remain firmly committed to the international nuclear deal president trump abandoned the agreement last week putting it in jeopardy a spokesperson for mrs may said she told the iranian president during a phone call that maintaining the deal said the security interests of both his country and the uk the head of the populist five star movement in italy luigi de mayo has told president sergio mozzarella that he's reached agreement on a coalition program with the right wing populist party the league he told journalists there was still some negotiation to be done over who would lead the prospective coalition but said the new prime minister will definitely a politician not a technocratic figurehead the mothers of two young venezuelan social activists who've been held without trial for three months have called on the country's president nicolas maduro to release them geraldine chicken enter her colleague gregory hines ran a foundation which helped poor students find university grants their families say they are being captain in a torius prison in caracas run by the country's intelligence services but the courts granted they're releasing april and the brazilian footballer neymar has been named frontiers player of the year even though he missed the last three months of the season because of injury name are the world's most expensive footballer scored nineteen goals in just twenty league games apart sergey ma before injuring his foot in february now back to today's opening avert the us embassy in jerusalem a decision fiercely condemned by the palestinians who claim the eastern part of the city as their future capital yet moving the embassy from tel aviv has long been us policy but presidents have always wave the requirements on national security ground until now and donald trump barbara utter explains why donald trump likes to keep his campaign promises we will move the american embassy to the eternal capital of the jewish people jerusalem and he likes to make big bold historic moves to go where others feared to tread while previous presidents have made this a major campaign problems they failed to deliver today i am delivering what he doesn't like is to be reminded.

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