23 Burst results for "Hispanic Heritage Month"

Charlamagne Tha God Calls DeSantis 'Genius'

The Officer Tatum Show

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlamagne Tha God Calls DeSantis 'Genius'

"What's happening on Martha's Vineyard is a win for the country. The way the left is being exposed away, the left is unveiling exactly who they are, and exactly what they believe. This is a win for America. Because now we know even charlamagne the God. As a matter of fact, let's play that one more game. If you don't mind here, Sean, let's play charlamagne the God again because this shocked the jeepers out of me. And I want you to understand that charlamagne the God is why am I Sancho? I hate saint Charlotte main the God. Charlemagne. He's onto something. Audio clip number three profile Sean. Republican governors have sent busloads of illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities like New York, D.C., and Chicago with the message of, if you like them so much, they're yours, okay? Well, Justin time for Hispanic heritage month Florida governor Ron DeSantis upped the game by sending two playing folds of immigrants to the east coast, a leash favorite vacation island, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. I personally think it's genius. But I wish that governors like Ron DeSantis and Greg Abbott would give democratic governors and mayors more of a heads up because then that would expose the hypocrisy of the Democrats, which is they don't want immigrants here either.

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"Techniques. So we have three chef from austin with us today. We have chef at ago. Rico from knicks dot ticker. Yeah hi. how're you howdy. How are you. i'm good. Welcome to fingers unknown. Thanks for having us blast stoked to be here on mexican heritage mom absolutely and then we have chef rick lopez from melissa heinrich. How are you doing well. Thank you for having us. Who had previously introduce by chef. Drake leonard that's right and from houston so it's good to finally meet you. Yes yet drake is the connector. So we're finally connecting. Absolutely thank you. Welcome to the show. And then finally my friends chef andrea tariff. From the fairmont hotel in austin so andre your season guests on my podcast. You've been hearing mini time and you have as well and put on your own coal render. Pass come on so we'll come back to the show on very good to be here with you and it's good to be here with some other. Chefs flew to so enjoy. Thank you very much for hosting us at the garrison restaurant private room at the so can each of you tell us kind of the elevator speech mode so you'll food concepts and why we should come to your respective location all right so this is edgar so yeah i own and operate a restaurant called needs to career. We are a tucker that dollar corn in-house corn that comes from oaxaca mexico and then also locally as well we essentially do flavors at our from around the globe but the canvas for everything is corn corn tortillas only exclusively at the restaurant and i think you should come to my restaurant because it's a different outside take on tacos but still really really tasted good time in a casual environment with some really good wine. This is rick kinda chef condemned in downtown austin. I would say the old man on the block. Now it's a restaurant. That's i think going to be thirteen. So we're coming into our teenage years. So we're going to have a little chip on our shoulder and ask questions of our mothers and fathers but the the the main thing locking desa is the north star is the entire country of mexico. Any inspiration we can get from. Any region is advantages to us l. Contessa we can go to the yucatan. All the way up to north and still be able to play nicely with all the ingredients and when we have our guests in the house we want them to be able to explore have some education and have fun with all the food..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"It's always a thing for every especially for social. But i think what's been really you know refreshing about my team that i'm and the teams that i've been on over the past like here is that my voice has been in the room for things that aren't directly for a latin x point of view right because i can give you like if i'm in the room and it's why i love my job. I am a huge nerve of staring at my uncle pops. I've got all kinds of things all over the place in this room And i've always been shut out because before you know phantoms. Were a smaller space but being able to be working on titles that you work on In be the one in the room. I'm giving a voice in looking at things from My lind's it's automatic. Islands is already diverse lands rate. I don't need to go in and like change that i'm always going to be looking at stuff that way. So having me in the room automatically gives you especially on if i working on a white tytler dislike predominantly white cast. You know we watch the like to send his point. We watch the same things. I've seen every single episode of the office multiple times over a so like we consume content. We consume entertainment. We consume everything all that everyone else does. It's something that I've talked to some people that are coming up in. This is what they wanna do. And i'm like just like you. Just be yourself. You bring yourself with you every single day than it's nothing new in it's nothing shocking. But it doesn't impact your work when you're bringing yourself to it you'll see you'll be a lot you'll be happy you're more content with what you're putting out to like. I said my biggest thing in the world is for never to put something out on social. They did not have personal. Like i'm here i exist. I checked them before. Went out i flagged. I did what i needed to do. Because you can clearly see. We've all seen it happen. Like ooh fat did not come from a person of color person of color check. This did anyone. Did they have people in the room to gut check So never be the one being Think that's my biggest advice was never be the afraid to be the stopper in the room. I don't care if that's what i am on the stopping for a reason i'm saving you. I'm saving you the trouble in the headache of backpedaling on bad marketing because the is to put out something that successful rate and as a team. I'm not going to do something. That's going to be hurtful on a campaign to anyone because we all had the same goals But it's it's a it's a. It's very tricky space to enter Socialist is super volatile. We already know that. It's just a very It can be very racist. So i just keeping those things in mind every time and not letting it get my head Because that's the one thing that will happen working in social you will get in your head and be very self conscious about what you're pointing out there in the perception but at some point you just start letting go and you feel so much better about what you're doing and then the work starts to speak for itself. Yeah and. I think that's valuable advice for brands in itself you know. Just don't be afraid to speak up in the room in general and just kind of do a gut check ins like are we on. Are we doing the right thing are we you know what is our goal here. And how can we really affect that. We deliver this message. Is this on point or is it getting a little far away. I think that's such valuable advice. Bob ed my friend. Let's end with you..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"We need to make sure that we're thinking of everybody. We cannot just think about one. We cannot think of stereotype of what you think. A nerd or geek is So it i think that that my identity and being empowered by adherents really shaped how i have been able to move with in my career To make a difference in the room and be the one to say. We're not going to do that and i. I don't care if it doesn't make friends in the end. I've always heard alright and i'm like i know but i mean you fought me to get here exactly and i think you make such a good point and it's something we hear so much but i think you put into actual words wide so important to have diverse teams it's because people with different experiences different backgrounds different cultures. It's that's why they're in the. They should be in the room to speak to you know topics of today and everything and provide a diverse perspective. And that's you know. I commend you for doing that. It is what we have to do. And that's why it's so important to have diversity on teens um so this brings me to my final question for you all You don't the the whole point of you know it's it's great. I love that. We do this episode every year because it's a way of teaching the industry that there are a lot of nuances in the hispanic and latin next community. Whatever you decide to call it. There's a lot of nuances. There's a lot of different challenges. Complexities in all four of us. On this are very different. We had different situations and we have similar values. So it's something important for the industry to understand so my final question to you all is how would you. What would you advise to marketers of today on how to message the latin x community. What is the work that they need to do. What is it that they need to understand to really effectively. Reach this audience Fancy let's start with you that In this some kind of the number one thing is to stop. Chinese latinos and audience on is the reality is. This is one of my favorite things. And i read a very meaningful conversation with Diego scottie whose today bryson ceelo once about this reality. There are more things that connect all all these groups within the latino community. Sangre whatever you want to call. It then divides us by the easy language. Usually that i feel like that's like a little bit you extract but you know these people that are listening to music. You know insert other demographic years listening to people who have the same games who go to the same restaurants who traveled to saint places like. They're not a monolith. They don't deserve to be treated as a monolithic And we're all. We're all better if we if we understand that by trying to group them together We're actually doing to serve. Select the diversity that exists within this right. So what i would say is like Start thinking more about those connection points in connective threads. The highest potentially even other communities china like appealed to us is like you know people who speak specific language or who like certain food or who do like things go away One of the things that i always talk about an i'm really proud of is like the smaller changes are actually doing the self i if you're looking at something like creative You know changing situation or changing the way people like Casting like smaller gyms right not going like or we're going to have a campaign. That's all spanish category. That's all in english. Targeted to the demands of the like the predominantly. Like speaking in reality is like. You're just continuing to minimize stereotype on group. That is enormously diverse like i. It's one of the most understated like diversity. Pools ever culturally racially life experiences..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"Oh they don't have a personal color running this account or they would not have done is like gary cognizant It kind of goes back to. What's not talking about that superpower in the room. Don't clock me right away. People try to figure me out has been. I was black in some asian descent when he first met and i was like. No asian features are abusing mexico. Just like here's this picture of my grandmother in our sisters and they're all super tiny with very distinct asian features. It's a thing But people don't talk me when i'm in the room and they don't clock the latina at all. It's it's kind of one of my superpower is until i bring up spanish but then another thing it ties not so much interest. It's just my color a color thing. I'm lighter skin. So i'm less threatening but like the first thing i'm always going to do is speak up rate because i'm i don't play that i don't do colors. Light beth not my leg. That's a very outdated way of thinking and so that's another thing that i add to like a superpower the room like. Oh she's she's light skin. She's not threatening. But no like i will be the one to call it out in the room because i don't ever wanna be like i needed the one in the room saying no to things being cognizant in being aware and i think that's also just been very ingrained in me by my parents. My parents had me very young and so they were able to help shape the my way of thinking and grow that alone Along of being like as the oldest it is my job to be the voice in in be the leader. And i've taken that into everyone that i've had in. It may not make me friends. When i flagged something but i'm coming at it as a space because i'm part of these communities right. I am tired of these in my role. Phantoms are very white Because people or perception is phantoms are very way. But there's never a lens where they give platforms to nerds or geeks of color. Ray and i'm the one in the room and be like okay so we need to be diverse in this attempt rate..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"But i digress pitted. Yeah no. It's interesting to see how they'll they'll flush out and Oh that reminds me. This is a question that i wanted to ask you specifically because of your podcasts. Who kennedy's and correct me. If i'm wrong that's the name but basically you speak about what it's like to be part of the lat next community in the workplace and how often we have to kind of fit this mold. That wasn't even created for us and you spotlight people from the community and their workplace experiences. Can you tell us more a little bit about that. Like what have you learned from everyone's experiences in the people that you've had on your show. Yeah no thanks for asking that question. Yeah the podcast. It's called gin. And is the question that i really want my guest answers like. Who are you really because i think for so long. Many of us hide who we are at work. We present a completely different person. There's even dated out there that says seventy-six percent of us hide who we are at work in some way whether it's how we speak addressed hobby show up and if you think about it that's three out of four of us that's insane high of a number and people think that it starts when you when when you join corporate america but what i've realized is that we start code switching out of very early age. I mean for my example. I remember growing up my grandfather. He would go meet up with his friends just to have a drink. In someone's house is like three dues. Just chilling he would wear a full on suit to like. Go get a drink with his friends. And it was this idea around like perceptions other people's perceptions can you get to their heads in shape perception before they put a perception on you. I'm very early on. He would tell me. Don't ever get a tattoo. Don't ever grow beard You know all these things that he told me he said you see presidents with beer you. Ceo's with do rags on no right. So i understand what he was trying to do trying to protect people's perceptions but indirectly where he was also telling us that i should be more white if i want to be successful right and i think it goes around this idea of professionalism which is if you really think about it is defying as the skill or competence needed to do a job but so many of us have been trained that there's a complete different definition of professionalism and it doesn't fit into who we are you know i'm new leadership role i talk. I've come out of interview roundtables and people have said. I don't i don't know if i like her. She's she's a little unprofessional. Right and i think many times we get caught up in these vague terms. That don't really mean what people are trying to say but more often than not people have colored get blanketed with these general terms and get p lahser things. That shouldn't get penalized for so. The podcast is really exploring the conflict that we often face being authenticity and professionalism. I completely agree. And i think there's so many points in that that we can all agree with Especially the tattoo part. That's something i do you guys do. Your parents disapprove. All santia icu. With the sleeve i did. Did they have. Did anyone have any comments about the tattoos that was always a lecture. Got growing up about you. Know to be a professor nine You cannot have tattoos. You gotta make it and you know just kind of look like everybody else maybe. At some point..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"I participated in the black end at employee resource groups in our remember. This white colleague told me one day. Oh must be nice to go to both events. And i was like actually way my head. I was like actually really confusing Let me tell you about this these complex situations that have to go through right but it's it's almost as if you shouldn't do both as if you have to pick a box And i think that's a challenge right like as much self exploration and self discovery that we wanna do an education. I think in many ways there are sort of institutional ways of thinking that don't enable us to explore that that's all of us at home. There was a there was like nationalistic verses race. If you will and outside of my home there was a. You shouldn't be more than one thing. Wow that's interesting and you heard that from it. Was that a common sentiment like. Can you tell us a little more about that. Sorry coming working like no that someone said that to you that you can't be more than one you know like was that in the did you say that was in the workplace or did you say i was in your neighborhood or we'll we'll at home i think at home and not even just my home but i think many and i don't want to speak for all dominican communities but in my experience many of my friends groups. There is still that nationalistic. Pride right where it's like. We are dominican. It's not we are not black right. And i've i've heard that forever. I think cardi b. has really good quote and she says clearly not made from two white people fucking and i think that's so funny because it's like most people would look at me and assume donna i'm black right but internally the sort of like this i'm sorry not internally but in many communities are sort of less like disassociation between like nationalism and race and there's like a very strict line and i think that's a very old school way of thinking of it the more research w the more answers to dna tests. The more that we open is we realized that no. They're actually together then. You don't have to be binary. Yeah definitely end cardi b. She's always have culture onto had something i think. Yeah i think like a really good point about sort of like your jesus general..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

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03:59 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"Church like. I didn't go to school here. I you know it's not a part of like my active identity. Don't get love to join us scrapes right like but it's not you know. I don't get to my friends at watch book australia. My you know my soccer team. I just do it by myself. Which is different. But those are the things that i think are shaping my own experience here. I don't know if i'll ever feel american to be honest with you. Because again i did. I was early adults adults. Meghan here I pay rent. The first landed here. You know like. I didn't have to school. We didn't have like a formative so of friends. Like none of these for me so for me. My friends were like a bunch of people that belong to. You know this guy from england and my people were like were sort of displacement our homes and stay immigrant sort of like find each other when you can't find anyone else in instill are tinian. I think always be argentinian away. My spanish is like aggressively suffering every year. We talked to my family and my friends over taxed. You know as you do. They love voice. Numbers that that's a guy. That's up very latino saying memos that i will never listen to fade like. What's up. Just just go into spam For me it's. It's really really downsized right. It's like i. I look forward to the day make. It's how very difficult weird identity crisis Because i'm i'm curious too. It's like i don't know like i'm still very politics for in as much investment politics here. It's like i'm leaving to. We're like lots all the time but like my job in my family here. So you know. English slice beating and this is why am i mean it's weird. It's not weird. It's beautiful diversity is amazing. I think weird weird. Necessity rico opted as a positive thing..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

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04:40 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"I was never told growing up. That was black. That's something that. I had to educate myself on and really understand in really be proud of not that i wasn't proud of it but more so outright calling myself afro latino right And that's something that comes with. Education comes with just being comfortable with more of who you are. But i'm getting more comfortable in saying like not only in my dominican. But i'm also effort latino. Odd that up. Go ahead sante. I think you bring up a suggest. Puerto pointed at. You know the the idea and both of you. I think i think the idea of race overlaid with geography of it and then like the language part of it is so addressing. I make this joke that you know. I'm i'm wider than most americans. Twenty-three meeting them. i'm. I'm more european than million anyone in this country. I think which is weird is my first language is spanish. I didn't grow up here by sprees. Obviously very different But yeah when it comes down to check that box same struggle. Totally different reason right like like. Am i hispanics my latino caucasian technically. Yes my all three. Yes can check. All through boxes at the government usually does not allow for that. You know i feel like that. That's the complexity of china like bundle us up on on sort of like either geography or language like we're all like the same same people in the reality is like we're missing out a lot of stuff by doing that. I'm i'm stubborn. I will check to are more box than witnesses. You elaborate now. I don't don't get like that. I'm gonna follow your lead by. I think you all bring up a great point and this just reminds me so much of. I think this is something that's shared amongst most first generation you know are just you know. Children of immigrants is tracking that box. So i remember. We had the meena summit last year at ad week and the whole premise of the event was that there wasn't even a box that existed for them..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

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04:17 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"Hello everyone and welcome low low. Thank you for joining us. happy hispanic heritage month. I hope you've all been enjoying it. so i'm excited to be chatting with you all today and many things to greiner and shannon and nick for for letting me take override a. We'll see how this goes Hispanic heritage month. But i'm excited to have you all today. Because i think we can all relate to something Super common in our community of whether it's hispanic and latin next community And that is the topic of identity so identity for us. It's a little bit complicated as we are in america. But we have our latino hispanic roots as well and this tends to pour over in our professional careers our family life. our relationships So i'm excited to talk to you guys about it because i think we can all relate to this and connect on this level so to kick this off. I wanted to start with a complicated question. How do you identify yourself. So for example. I use the terms latina and chilean american to divine myself and i use the term latin x. When i'm talking about the larger community saw santi can we start with you. Yeah so i'm a. I'm a first generation. I'm originally from. Argentina only moved here about ten years ago so i am squarely argentinian. I think you know the latino. Agglomeration is is an american intervention in many ways. So i still haven't gone with the times on latina's or lennox as they say here necessarily. But i pretty proud to be argentinian..

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"You are listening to. Yeah that's probably an ad. The show that takes a look at news pop culture tech because in the end. Everything's an ad. i'm your co host. Shannon miller the creativity inclusion editor here at ad week and usually sitting to my right is our international editor. David greiner but this week we are doing something a little bit different Continuing in the podcast annual annual tradition of celebrating hispanic heritage month loose corona from our community content team hosted candid conversation with members of our abby community about letting next identity and how it impacts the way they navigate the industry. It's a really interesting conversation. I can't wait for you all to hear it but before we dive into that we do. You know that ad week has a new original podcast premiering wednesday september twenty-ninth on ad weeks metaverse marketing. Podcast host kathy hackel listeners. On a journey into the future and prepares marketers to master the metaverse. We do have a clip at the sheriff today and then once that's done we dive right into the conversation. So sit back. Take a look at the new podcast and then from there enjoyed the show. When you.

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

"It so much but it's called point of origin. Actually people might know 'cause the host steven satterfield is also the host of that netflix. Show that's done quite well about african american food ways called high on the honk. I don't know if you've Watched that or heard of that. But he has a podcast called point of origin. It's just look about providence. And kind of you know the source of food and very very critical looking at you know bigger themes of colonization and forced migration in these sorts of things. And it's up. You don't even have to be a food lover to enjoy it you just. Anyone would probably find that interesting and learn something from that. So have to shadow. Point of origin amazing. I feel like you gave us so many recommendations that are very much worth people's time so really appreciate your panic listening. And how you distill that down into what we must listen to. It's very much appreciated. Oh you are so kind. Thank you so much for having me on crete to just panic share. Now it's usually. It's just me writing them. But now i get to pass my anxiety through this microphone onto you so apologies in advance now. I need it low level anxiety. I always need low level anxiety. Thank you so much for joining. thanks so much. Thank you again to aerial veteran for her insights and podcast recommendations. That interview was recorded on squad cast a remote recording software. Where i am the community manager. You can learn more and try it out for yourself at squad cast dot. Fm next up. Let's get to this week's ear buds recommendations this week. Our curator is meribel. caillebotte smith. Mary bell chose the theme podcast for hispanic heritage month. Why did you choose it. She writes in anticipation of hispanic heritage. Month i want to highlight independent. Podcast episodes that have quality content and shed a light on our culture. Here are this week's ear. Buds picks from mary bell. The first episode is from the podcast differentes and is called making rich white lady decisions. Here's a description. Raise your hand if you've heard or have said these words out loud.

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

"Wherever you listen. New episodes every wednesday and as they say at the end of each episode until then be good. So hey what's up your buddies. Welcome to another episode. You may be wondering why there's no music and that's because i got to recording this episode pretty late in the week in fact just a few hours before putting this out so i don't have time to send it to my lovely editor. Daniel terrific whose work you can find our robots lap dot com. So i didn't want to bother him with a last-minute project so this is just me doing some recording and quick editing and getting it out there into the world so please excuse that but hopefully we'll be back next week with a fully edited and beautiful sounding episode. Thank you for.

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Yes, We're Calling It Hispanic Heritage Month

Minority Korner

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Yes, We're Calling It Hispanic Heritage Month

"So it is it's hispanic heritage month. I do have questions because and as we were going to define some of these terms in this corner. I want to talk about because words are important and it's interesting i don't know like is so let starting there. It's hispanic heritage month instead of latin x heritage month. Should it be being rebranded because look. Let's look at the term hispanic latin next like hispanic has it's been defying is pretty much folks from countries that speak spanish. This glued brazilians would and it was kind of a term that was really just designed during the census and spanish lakes being spaniards are actually not hispanic islamic actually so fun fact in the nineteen sixties mexicans and battery kenya's got together and advocated to be on the census imagine not even being on the census so the advocated and they came up with the term hispanic. Oh spongebob lantis. Yes but then. In the nineties being latino became thing and so now the us senate and this is fact. I listened to the director from the pew research center phone. Don't love looking at you know. These are all off the side. I love that were in person right now. Recognize lipstick and put on makeup for head. Because she look you get to be handed me in the night in the nineties. Let the nose became a term and so now the census just use it. Interchangeably So and then there's also this one spot on there and it's like but there's also like those like non white hispanic sucks at really sucks. I know that that's making the research all kinds of ways because it means that. Oh yeah i think. Essentially that article that means. Most latinos are now marking that. They're white and all of a sudden like ten years ago. There were latinos who identified as people of color. And now there's this gigantic drop and we see latinos identifying as white

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on The Ten News

The Ten News

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on The Ten News

"September fifteenth is the first day of hispanic heritage month which honors the cultures and contributions of hispanic and latino americans in the united states. That means that in the next few weeks. We're going to see an hear. The words hispanic and latino quite a bit cool. These terms are often used interchangeably. But they have different meanings understanding terms like this helps us be more respectful of people's backgrounds. So here to talk about what they mean and how people can use them. Correctly is one of our beloved correspondents. Natalie alonzo a cuban american journalist lives in new york city natalie. Hey bethany happy to be here. I am too. And i'm so happy to be having this conversation. I'm puerto rican. And sometimes i get these terms confused myself so natalie. Let's talk about the difference between the terms. Let the know in hispanic. There's actually a pretty simple way to the difference. Not dino tells you where someone comes up while hispanic tells you what language someone speaks so a person who is latino comes from latin america why hispanic simply refers to spanish speaking people many people in the united states of both latino and hispanic. But that's not always the case. So when would someone be considered latino but not hispanic. That's a really good question. The answer is someone who is of latin america but not from a spanish speaking country hazing in brazil of both good examples. Both of these countries are light. America but their official languages are not spanish. In haiti the official language is haitian cleal and they also speak french there and in brazil. The official language is portuguese so haitians in brazilians in be considered latino. But they're not necessarily hispanic. I got it so there's also a time when someone might be considered hispanic but not like the no yes so since the term hispanic refers to people who speak spanish it includes people from spain but as european spaniards are hispanic. But they're not latino because they're not from latin america got. It does another word that we see a lot lately. It's latin necks which is gender neutral way to refer to people from latin america instead of using latino or latina but some people started using the term lat next because as you know in spanish always classified as male or female but we know too that there are people who consider themselves non binary so using the time lat next as a way to be more inclusive to people who are gender not conforming but not. Everyone agrees with this time right. That's why some people have argued that the term next doesn't sound natural to spanish speakers. That's why some people have suggested using laughing. Nee and dig in e as gender neutral alternative. But i think the important thing to remember is a language is something that changes over time and will watching that happen with these terms exactly so let me see if i've got his treat. Let the know tells you where someone comes from. While hispanic tells you what language someone speaks so a person who has led the know comes from latin america and hispanic simply refers to spanish speaking people so many people in the united states are both let the end hispanic just isn't always the case. That's exactly right excellent. Thank you so much for this lesson it really. I think it boils down to the important thing is listen. Be respectful in honor people's identity absolutely never clear on the terms. Let's get ourselves even more ready for the month with five historical facts about the national hispanic heritage month number one. The first official hispanic heritage celebration was a week long and it started in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight by then. President lyndon johnson president reagan later. Lengthened it to thirty days running from september fifteenth to october fifteenth in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight also number two. There's a good reason that national hispanic heritage month kicks off on september fifteenth. That day is the anniversary of when. Costa rica el salvador guatemala honduras and nicaragua. All gained their independence. That's incredible number. Three september fifteenth isn't the only meaningful day during the heritage month. Mexico's independence day is celebrated on september. Sixteenth and sheila's independence day is on september eighteenth. Nice number four. The hispanic and latino in the us is growing according to the twenty twenty cents this the hispanic or latino population totaled sixty. Two point one million people a growth of twenty three percent over the last census in twenty ten. Wow number five. There are so many ways that you can celebrate the month and appreciate the contributions of hispanic and latin americans. You can read a book by hispanic author or watch a movie directed by a latina organizations such as the hispanic society of america will be hosting virtual events all month. Long to celebrate. You can get the link to their site in our show notes. Hey grownups are you in the family enjoying the news. If so could you please do us a big big favor. All you have to do is go to apple podcasts. And give us a rating and review hopefully five stars but no pressure. You don't even have to stop listening. You can do it right now. Don't worry way getting take your time to it though. It may not seem like a big deal but it really helps other listeners. Find new so our community can grow. Thanks again for listening. We really appreciate it. No let's see. what else is up. The white house announced an ambitious plan to produce as much as forty five percent of the country's electricity through solar energy by the year. Twenty fifty solar energy comes from the sun which makes it better for the planet than burning fossil fuels like coal. This means that this new plan could have huge implications for climate change last year. Less than four percent of electricity in the united states came from solar energy so there is lots of work to be done to meet this goal. More statues are coming down last week. A statue of robert e lee confederate general who fought to defend slavery was removed from its pedestal in richmond. Virginia it had been there for one hundred thirty one years. It's about time and officials in mexico. City announced that a statue of christopher columbus that had been displayed along. The city's main avenue will be replaced with a statue of an indigenous woman in order to recognize. Mexico's native peoples. Axel alright right. it's time for what. Watch the bag idea trivia on the ten there are so many amazing hispanic and latino americans to celebrate this. Are you a fan of the show hamilton. Or the new film vivo. Oh my gosh. I love to be. Then you know the amazing work of lima maranda. You might be able to sing every song from the hamilton soundtrack. But do you know what miranda's first job was before he found success on broadway. Was it a teacher. Be a.

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"It's a lesson I'm still learning to this day. Will continue to learn. Just. Just letting go. While today Oh may have still been learning to bring his full self into auditions and onstage he was having a much easier time devoting himself to the betterment of his college experience and one clear example of this is when he was given the Availa Win Hey award, which is based on scholarship character and contribution to the SMU community. Yet it's a whole thing but a bunch of my friends I southern Methodist University we we went in at an interesting time because we went in freshman year sophomore year was the election. He's referring, of course to the twenty sixteen battle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and we found ourselves having really interesting and vulnerable in hard conversations. Surrounding race gender stories are to tell what stories are not ours to towel and a bunch of us being people of color kind of started speaking out more and because I think. Bunch, Mike Class A bunch of my friends a couple other people in the. I sent you theater communities started having these conversations the school, the actual theater department at Smu was. Able to Kinda take a step back, actually think about their season what kind of shows they did, what kind of parts were available to students, how they handled those shows because that's also incredibly important. And yes. So so that so that was more because the the EVOLA. Hey or I don't really have a win. Hey, that one. was. For kind of helping do that in fighting for the Latino Hispanic community at. SMU. Theater program. As I mentioned at the beginning of this episode that desire to increase Latino and Hispanic representation in theater is a driving force of today's mission and purpose as an actor. One of the most shocking things me for me was that article that came out I think either last year about. The reports odds. LATINA CTS expanding actress in film in the US and it listed how many characters in these movies had been Latina cts had speaking parts. And it had like shocking like in all of the movies, only two movies had. A female at the over fifty. An NBA movies that. Was Jennifer Lopez. The study he's referring to was conducted by the University of Southern California in. Annenberg in coordination with the National Association of Latino Independent Producers and wise entertainment. The full study was called Latinos in film erasure onscreen and behind the camera across twelve hundred popular movies. It's a fairly dense study with a lot of statistics covering the top one, hundred movies each year from two, thousand, seven to two, thousand eighteen. But one of the stats that stuck out to me is that the Latino community comprises twenty three percent of the movie tickets sold yet only three percent of these movies featured a Latino lead or co-lead. It was analyzing the way that Latinos where being portrayed and it was this whole study that was that also wanted to see. The. Correlation between that and how the community saw themselves. And so how it spin proven that if a community sees itself represented as rapists and drug lords. Gardeners than although stereotypes that there. That's that's what they think of themselves. ASS and it's I I find that it's been slow. It's been slowly progressing in the US because I was in Mexico. So then being an American being like, oh. My God all of big. Projects and no one is giving no one's giving a voice. No one's giving time to let the next actors is heartbreaking. And it's A. IT'S A. Line because you because you WANNA challenge in the new also WANNA. Celebrate on. Then you want to celebrate the films like in the heights that's bound to come out and you WANNA celebrate TV shows like V., in Los Bookies and all of these beautiful shows that are like actually challenging society and forcing them to look at us. But then you also Kinda like WanNa be mad in fight for more in demand for more it's a very strange time, but it's I. Think it's also very beautiful time that hopefully brings forth just a lot of growth and change. And for you personally, obviously, the US tender for people you'll get ten different answers but for you, what does that representation mean? Does it mean that? Let's an annex and Hispanic. People Are Presented as themselves and you're telling those particular stories and those were coming to the forefront or is it that oh? These are just people going about their business and they happen to be. Hispanic. Is there one that is kind of pushed more than the other? I mean I personally want to seek more of both. Because I think that the fight is a lot of. Lettuce tell our stories but then I think there's also power in like having a little. Mexican on human be able to like watch marvel movie and have one of the superheroes be Latina. And speak in Spanish you know 'cause and speaking to that you know like Chad Chadwick. Bozeman. Yes. Exactly. He rest in peace. It was so interesting to hear because I saw the you know people talking about his movies and this is you know interviews back when he was alive but but they were just talking about how amazing it was and I mean the movie dwell anyway, it was a great movie. Your it also gave such representation of. A black person being a superhero someone to look up to and and then he's like one of many superheroes exactly and this is something that and I'll just speak for white people of my own experience. But I think we don't often think of seeing yourself on stage or on screen and it and it reflecting or being something that means something to you. Because it's like, oh. Yeah. I would love to audition for that or oh yeah I could play that role but for someone where they don't see themselves onstage or onscreen to finally see that that face or that voice it's like Oh. Oh, I I can do that I can be that exactly a hundred exactly and I also like I wanNA I WANNA CELEBRATE And honor. Chadwick Bozeman but also that it was just one superhero like how many marvel superheroes have there been how many of them have been blocked to select the I. Think. So I I yes. So so my my frustration is for Latino work and it's also for black right because we need more both of them and more Asian work in more Middle Eastern work and I. I think we just need more diversity all around so that Those communities specifically in America but also the world has a lot of us get like even Mexico. We see a lot of American film. That's kind of what we got. We have gorgeous incredible Mexican cinema, but we also get all of the American. Movies and all the US movies that premier over there I'm just seeing more.

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How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?

BrainStuff

04:57 min | 2 years ago

How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?

"Brain Steph Lauryn Boban here. Here in the United States, it's Hispanic heritage month, which officially began as Hispanic Heritage Week in nineteen, sixty eight. Unlike many other campaigns that observe and honor the contributions of a particular group of Americans Hispanic heritage bump run throughout. September. But rather starts on September fifteenth and continues through mid. October. So, why does it start in the middle of the month? Well, a Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras. Nicaragua. All celebrate their Independence Day on September fifteenth. Mexico's is on September Sixteenth Chili's is September eighteenth and believes independence. Day Is September twenty first. By, stretching into October, the holiday also includes de la Raza on October twelve, which is a kind of rejection of Columbus Day because of Christopher, Columbus's many crimes against humanity and see our episode on Columbus Day for more about that. De la Rosa instead celebrates the melding of Hispanic races or Raza, and cultures. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, let's talk about three times at Hispanic Americans have changed the course of history. Some three hundred years after Spanish, conquerors became the first non native Americans to view the Mississippi River and later the Grand Canyon one host. Jeff Marianne Hernandez helps smooth transfer of the territory of Florida into US rule Florida was still part of Spain when Hernandez was born in Saint Augustine in seventeen eighty four. But that changed when he was selected to serve in the House of Representatives and was sworn into duty in eighteen, twenty three as the first Hispanic person to serve in. Congress. In historical context Hernandez being a slave owner is a controversial figure. Still. He remains the first one, hundred twenty eight Hispanic people to serve in the. US Congress. Maybe of more relevance today is the first Hispanic senator elected to a full term in Congress. New Mexico's Dennis Shabas in nineteen thirty five. We spoke with Paul Orbits Historian at the University of Florida. He said in addition to being the first American born Hispanic senator. He's critical for the time we live in because he fought on behalf of all working class. Equally, he fought for higher wages legislation he fought for people to have the right to organize a union he fought for more progress and you as foreign policy for Latin America he organized N. Double ACP leaders against Jim Crow Segregation. Then, a Chevette as one of those people we can use Hispanic heritage month to talk about our connection other people's democratic struggles. Today's Congress. The one hundred sixteenth has forty seven members of Hispanic heritage. Hispanic Americans also helped turn the tide of the civil war. Some twenty thousand were involved in the conflict. While some in the southeast sided with the confederacy especially those who came from wealthy families with plantations or other businesses in Louisiana Alabama more supported the union. or it said a lot of Mexican American soldiers fought on the side of the Union army in the southwest and actually helped defeat the confederacy in the southwest. Hispanic people in the West back the Mexican government to and celebrated the country's defeat of the French at the battle of Puebla on May fifth of sixty two single Demayo in a victory that may have helped prevent the French from siding with the confederacy and thus ultimately helping the Union win. A bit more modern only about eight years before the US Supreme Court ruled in Brown versus the Board of Education, that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional as Spanish schoolgirl showed the way. Sylvia Mendez a Puerto Rican and Mexican heritage was just eight years old when she and her brothers were denied enrollment into the white only Westminster School district in Orange County in nineteen, forty three. At the time about eighty percent of California, school districts were segregated. Her Parents Gonzalo. Felicitas Mendez enlisted other parents to fight the decision and they took the school board to court. After appeals that were abandoned short of the US Supreme Court Mendez Versus Westminster became the first successful federal school desegregation case in the nation that was in nineteen, forty seven. The case was important arguing that segregation itself even if schools were separate but equal was harmful unconstitutional under the fourteenth amendment specifically, the clause, the calls for protection of the laws for all citizens. In appeals Sylvia's case was argued by Thurgood Marshall who went on to argue for the

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"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"hispanic heritage month" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"Amazing product? King Because what Tisch does is they bring together the composer lyricist director, a music director, and then these various actors like myself in bringing together all that did that solidify or did that help you in focusing that story since you're able to kind of I guess bounce off so many other people yeah. Definitely. I remember at the beginning I didn't want to write for example. idolized writing for I. Remember that I mean, I have these credit critic or something that a a teacher classmate at the all maybe this could work better in his way. Wherever. The have probably I like it. This way would I so I have to lehrer during the process. Disconnect that is not what about like of course, I have to lie what I do, what I need to find a way to also be clear to be entertaining. To grief different goals, not just the legal is not that I had to like what I do. In Many other goals and many other things that you need to shaped like clarity like like be the thing about like tell story of Bumbler. So the beginning I had a lot of light like we'd regarding on Schengen teams, and of course, all these broth I have the. Two years I mean you have to ride the first third year you have to right without different partners like every every week every two weeks under thick on year you have yours Barner for the whole year and you ride your disease. So when they when they brought the directors and performers and you learned that people can see what you do in different ways. Dot formula widely magic life. All never thought about that and you. What I did with my music. Is Giving you like? Getting like another idea that I didn't have when I actually composed a ride i. Opened my mind knowing that I need to be able to use all those different idea for these people around me to make music better. And that's how music theatre work I mean you have all these? Collaborate. You have director choreographer destroyed or read reindeer. Like many many radars and they have boys, I mean they they need something from you and they'd be something from this story. So, you have to be very often and to learn to okay. How can I? A less Light Eagle. Trick. To be very humble and is not about that I I want the sound to the best song is not that I want to be the best music I I need you to tell a story. And have a purpose. Yeah it's that combination that we all have to be confident in our abilities certainly but at the same time beginning and be able to give and take with other people. Yeah. You have to learn to compromise and say, I, mean every Colo L. every collaboration is like a marriage they got like remarries with someone. Something, you have to divorce after a couple of months on a couple of days. And it doesn't mean that any single collaboration is when I work out. During the process you. What kind of people you collaborate better wait. And then you have to make your decisions another problem that I have at that time even still now. I do not hope to say no. So, when someone asked me? Do you want to rain music for these or the WanNa? The idea. And then I have like twenty fifth the brackets or songs. And a neither lighter the process that I I'm not being able to collaborate in way with son, but I didn't take the time to learn that before. So I mean now I think I'm doing better with data trying to just take a few broadcasts and not not your say your forever ever everything. But yeah, it was. That I was struggling Tang allowed. Was that difficult for you to be able to delegate heart of the song or this part of the lyric for that collaboration when you first started? Difficult. Because I wasn't just to do that I mean in Mexico to go I I was I was I used to do not actually I I direct I trust lay. I read music I write lyrics I sometimes he signed the lighting. design. because. because. We don't have an industry Mexico like Muslim I see it. There's no like like a lot of professional musical theater. So I started when the just by myself disappointed by myself putting people together. You know like knocking doors. Okay. I'm doing these I. Need I. Need Or. I mean I I went up user as well. So I learn how to get money from different companies and. So I have to put everything together with sounds like you got quite an education in and of yourself just learning all those different facets of the business definitely that that was very helpful before I got here I mean because I already knew like a little bit about averaging. But if he like when you try to do everything, don't focus on one thing so. Lead advertising. Wise not. At the best level all US, maybe west. Okay. Something or even. Okay. Because I was frightened to Everton and neither here that Doug Watson the right way that you need to have diverse person bleed. Ever seen of all, I think that's the key does white music of theater is big industry in the states I. Mean Mexico we don't have that culture of collaboration, not even the Latin in any country it's. Very hard about collaboration the it's late night we we kind of tried to not tolerate to Mars actually do you think that that's a part of the reason why you say it's not as big of an industry in Mexico specifically because people are trying to do on their own and so that they can only reach so far. Definitely definitely does one of the race. And I think what we're doing is not only key in musical theater. It's actually. A very important part in never seen goal like professional. Musical theatre likely even like Appalachia Shannon's lawyer as. But that was something that I learned. Being Hidden. In. New City. An at the beginning was harder because you west collaboration in language that I didn't speak. saw. Every single day after after glasses I I remember that I have this terrible headache dake. because. I mean they were speaking English the whole time and I guess I was just chilling maybe twenty percent of what they were saying. So every week I asked one of the faculty. Can we sit and talk about? What happened with the whole week, and then I sat with these with this Ed D. Sheriff Fred Tires was. His name I stock with Fred, and then we we talk about that week and about every single assignment but in like in the lower way and remember also that I used to have to Michael Right or you know what? Send me an email. Okay. Yeah. I didn't want to talk with, and of course, I with them and sometimes i. Three.

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'We have to do better': Biden courts Hispanic voters, veterans in first Florida visit as nominee

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'We have to do better': Biden courts Hispanic voters, veterans in first Florida visit as nominee

"Boise Former Vice President Joe Biden is making his first trip to Florida as the Democratic presidential nominee binds campaign, making it clear he needs to do a better job of reaching out to the states. Latino voters about President Trump is also courting and a pivotal state in the presidential race. Fighting is holding a roundtable with veterans and marking Hispanic Heritage Month Latinos make up 1/5 of eligible voters in Florida. There are worries Biden, standing among the key voting bloc

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Hispanic Heritage Month Starts Today

AM Tampa Bay

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Hispanic Heritage Month Starts Today

"Month starch today? Yes, and runs for a month and course we've got a rich Hispanic heritage around here, beginning with the Cubans, and now you've got Venezuelans, people from Central America and South America and All those places so time to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. We'll have a Cuban sandwich, Diego with male, right? Ah, no with mustard. Mayo does not go on a Cuban sandwich while like Mayo on mine, Tio. No. Well, it ain't a Cuban sandwich, Mohr mustard as faras ratio mayor to mustard ratio, but still I like a little bit of mail. All right. Depends on where you get your Cuban sandwiches from the take Your Cuban away from you and on Lee Yellow mustard. Don't do spicy Brown Brown on a Cuban Don't you Cubans that much, But I like I'm just generally like spicy brown mustard. When I was in Miami, they wouldn't even put Mayo on for me. They were. They were like You have to have mustard. One way to find you money. And I want something on my sandwich. Even if I say Can you go grab something in the trash can and put it on my sandwich. Like, just do it. They'll put something out of a trash can but not Mayo on Cuban. So you're getting braces again. And when it it comes comes comes to to to food, food, food, I I I will will will get get get very very very abrasive. abrasive. abrasive. Well, Well, Well, it's it's it's 8 8 8

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Mallory B. Richardson on Creating North Carolina’s Curvy Community Fashion Week

The Chenese Lewis Show

12:24 min | 3 years ago

Mallory B. Richardson on Creating North Carolina’s Curvy Community Fashion Week

"As emerging female model of the year for the inaugural full-figure Industry Award Art November second in New York and we're going to learn more about that everything she has going on less welcome mallory to the show hi Sean thank you so much for having me on as a guest this evening as interview and thank you everybody for tune in the M Yes I'm so excited to talk to you today and I especially wanted to spotlight you today because today we are celebrating indigenous the People's Day now briefly tell us why we should celebrate that instead of Columbus Day for those that don't get it well yeah this is something that my community continues to educate people on for years in Grade School we've in Christopher Columbus discount Avert America and for those of us that are fully educated especially those a browns fan or native people or other my the population there is a different take on the Americanized or version of what Christopher Columbus ball to the US and he arrived here there were already people my ancestors here known as indigenous people there were already working functioning cultivate and communities develop in their own languages and best practices within the home and all of a sudden I it's it's strange to me that we as a culture let things be talked to that we know aren't true being in some cases don't really know how to advocate for ourselves in the classroom or when being challenged about our historical places and the things that we've been bins were with people I'm to one another and I think that it doesn't always come from a place of love from one another educate but people get combative about it and I think that that a real statement it's unfortunate because at this present day in time you would think that we are more interested in learning and loving more about our differences than we're we are holding onto things of the past with things that were missed talked to so embrace why you should celebrate in people's Day instead of Columbus Day is because some ask them inches statements indigenous people were here first Christopher Columbus got looking at the media but our experience was not one that anybody in President want to experience with a person of that stature so nobody would like your kids being taken from their home and being told different from what they were used to being told they had to have different names than what they were given by their birth parents or being enslaved to light families or community so nothing about that is anything that I would ever want to celebrate and no matter that it impacted my people for any person they'll colored it had -perienced enslavement beating torture things like that who would want to celebrate that so we celebrate indigenous Peoples Day and this year DC has acknowledged it North Carolina has been celebrated here where I reside for years is I spread uniform effort that I think in the years to come it will be celebrated everywhere and also you know sometimes people say oh that was so long ago that has nothing to do with me but the effects of a lot of things from our paths affect us today when you're landing and people are building wealth for others with Free Label Labor we should be wealthy our families uh-huh man you know what I'm they absolutely and some people they don't know a lot about native American background is well is we have some Latin family celebrate indigenous Peoples Day these these relationships and is extend far beyond what some people are even educated about because they are Titan no let Latin American people from what is present day Rico and they too are in Brown skin sisters and brothers and Brown candid are celebrating alongside as Indigenous People Day and then they had Hispanic heritage month before us and of course it's history month that we all need to be everybody needs to be celebrate and all these populations could be populations really bill what this land is has turned into engaged America culture okay me be very clear about that yes and you work in fashion. Are you offended when you see retailers have Columbus Day sales sinise it was everything I could do this morning yes I've been at my present retail jobs for nine years but this year may it a little different for me I got promoted into Management Neil so my store manager I really have honestly great relationship but she knows my background is well she knows how identify it she knows a lot of the things that I do outside of my retail roles air so this morning I don't think she thought anything about it but she complimented me on my higher and she was like Oh my God you look so oh hope today and here I am wearing a printed Chirac has probably a replica of Navajo have created in their artistry treats and I had my traditional jewelry teeth is on and I wore traditional moccasins so I'm like okay instead of you acknowledge what it really he is you identified as well which is an American Americanized version of what are people really look like it has style like for us so then furthermore we went all it's a conversation she said Oh the GM emailed us and see again you might have a lot of traffic this is Columbus Dad and I just kind of blankly stare at her and I say thankfully we don't celebrate here because we might as a break ooh and I said to that said it to be very to fold and frank like as a brand we don't do anything for quote Unquote Columbus Day and I'm sitting here Luke Maye you are from the digital space and for some reason it in clicked with you that may not be the best thing to kind of start my day yeah right I had a way of nipping it in that talking about it anymore and I think they're some people get so him up in traditions that they don't even realize our offensive to other people that they as non of color communities think still to a degree that assimilate into their point of view is is the only point of view and I think that's really have to really the and when challenged be able to see intelligently about things yeah even today and people are GonNa still teach their kids and I should've posed the question and as you know to teach our kids is that do they know the real story or are you educating them in any kind of way around that and then people are like oh well you're in my business but the end my thought is when you look at me like I'm you know I'm trying to an olive branch to be able to explain and do it in a way that conversation you know so yes so let's talk about you growing up for a minute were you confident growing up tell me about your back howdy image growing up native in that coach or plus is people accept it or reject it great question I think that we are accepted more because we don't really have though we have more Oh bodies then on we accept the fuller women and men bodies in the community they are digging told me it's there's will in some as big my cousins and I have joked that we're full on the front and less on the bag so because I am I guess I used to make a joke about it because I'm a mixed race as well like I guess I I got blessed and I get full on all sides but historically in my community there are a lot of women that are fuller in the bust they have larger Belize and our not what fashion the fashion world would die as a body ties that is is Wilson after so there are some different types of body types would that reveal I feel like we embrace each other more within that community Dan outsider would And I think that again that code as into where we as is we are we in some cases as minority thousand women operate in a industry that's not mirroring that I mean with these ideals of what the perfect bodies hype is who says it appears or figure eight is the only like this be prefer bodies high and as independent as a yoga one and I used to have confidence issues I've always been plus is I was always kind of the fuller cousin amongst my smaller cousins and even my two younger sisters are smaller framed in me and always have been so it was Kinda like bigger now my place it how I felt about me and it's based unconscious I'll tell you I was willing to my before I ever became really constable body I just knew I was also with putting looks together with the body I had so fifteen sixteen starting to play in like trying to figure out a hair and make up in what did I like on my body's height what colors and I was always a person of style and I love bags and colors so I'm like how do I make my sales look good and feel better about myself even though from the inside out it's not quite working is there a way that I can feel good about it listen could because we embrace that notion to on days that you put a little more effort into your little you just naturally feel a little bit better about yourself so that's how I slowly got into the fashion industry because I like putting books together so that's where the business behind me being a clothing style is that me and surpassing three and the plus size model may that's kind of all of that your head

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