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"jet magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:28 min | 11 months ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"How does that speak to your relationship to this question of archival visibility, or, like making sure things are our president or intervening or even calling out the absences? Wow. That's a big one. Um, this is that's a great one, too, Because it happens. We put some stuff together that I could even use so narrative itty, you know, being able to look at a picture and see the story. And being able to use all my parts too. Kind of you know all that I know too. Be able to put a story there. So you know, looking at a picture from, you know, looking at the eyes of Ah, a woman in the twenties or thirties, you know, holding the baby while all these white people are in front of that, you know, being the maid to or something of that. You know the keeper of Children a servant or slave, um, wondering, what was she thinking about? What is that face? Why she's not smiling. Why she's smiling at, you know, trying to put myself in her. Position. Um, and there's movie right. There is your film. There's a book. There's a painting. It's well so trying to narrative eyes. People in photos in archives has been You know, a joy for me. A full active pleasure is just wanting to, you know. Reed Reed Media a visual medium in and then tell stories about that, just I could spend days on that in days on end days on that, just, you know. In in in an archive. Um, I've been to several archives of like film archive and, uh, which is next to the Kinsey Institute Archive? In in in Indiana, and that those folks I put my stuff in archives, which I think is something that's very important for people to do. Um, because you want people to find you, you know, And you also want to protect him. Clean out your house. How many pictures do you have, you know? Um and and talk about your life lived because if you don't put yourself in the archive, people not going to know who lived or what was what went on. So it's very, very important for me to say, you know, archive yourself, Um, take your own pictures. Um, make sure you and of course, right this moment. Worse, you know. Snapchat this and that everybody's instagram and other than that, um, but there's something you know who knows what's gonna happen to the cloud. What, not, you know those type of things, but there's something sort of visceral Tonto, uh and feeling an important tip. Finding archive that is with your church or with your School where you went to your grade school, You know, whatever, making sure you're part of a narrative that was about change or a life A life lived in a lineage of legacy. So do the archive thing and to explore them. So many things you could find out about yourself where you came from where you shouldn't be going to, you know? You're listening to Cheryl Junior in conversation with Rama like a Imhotep. This is city arts and lectures. Wouldn't tow eggs. Do you have a favorite like archival find or like a favorite treasure that you stumbled across Jet magazine at 15 1951 to her? Very much in the fifties and the sixties. I have I was gifted. On beyond having my own collection of stuff from the seventies. A friend and Billy like was like, Hey, look what I found Jet magazines, and it's just like I can't get through a new issue of jet from like 1952. The sizzling titles the way that they were. So first off, you know, it was the black lives living right? Every aspect of black lives live from what we were doing on television in the world and then in the sense of smaller community so slowly, black newspapers that led me to those points to because You know, we have the report on ourselves. We had black lives of our own that were not reported in, you know, mainstream media that plant So you get to hear these very particular nuances of, you know, advertising little stories about people doing different things and in looking at black queer lives. There's no reported in jet There was headlines. I mean, there's something that was sensational, but it was like Mrs and Mrs got married. And, like 1955 jet, I was just like what? Oh, did it Yeah, And you know so many things like that, Uh, cross dressing, you know, drag shows from from different not just, you know, storming in in New York. Um, but all over, like, in other communities, So jet really was this place that was trying to make a black world understood. That world needs sports and everything. So you just look at that. And you're just like wow. That was it was amazing, You know, And then how you know, I'm not saying that civil racing segregation our problem, but it definitely we lost that. That magic. You know, we lost that when? Once everything became we are one and you know what are we losing now? Even more so because You know, quote what has happened. Well, thank you for that black lives lived. Feels like a sort of like Toma theme that we that keeps coming up. Thank you for that gift, And I think what you're saying to about, um, Jet magazine and just like black publications in the quest to make a black world known, um Phil's definitely related to the impulse in your work, you know, to make your black world known, and in that making space for the black worlds of all number of Queer figures s. Oh, well, most radical sense. I mean, everybody thinks queers about you know things concept of sexuality or gender. But Where people are. People who like to wear capes around everywhere are a mask or it's some interesting jewelry that in our or braid their hair differently. Somebody who just doesn't fit into the mainstream s O. A lot of people are queer then I don't know..

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Interview With Linda Johnson Rice

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Linda Johnson Rice

"Today. Linda johnson rice joins me skimmed from the couch. She is the ceo of johnson publishing company which published ebony and jet magazines johnson publishing helps give a voice to millions and chronicle the african american experience across the country. Linda has also served on numerous corporate and philanthropic boards including the chicago public library. Omni kong group. Grubhub tesla estonians national museum of african american history and culture. Linda thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skimmed from the couch. Thank you for having me carly. I'm excited to be here and sounds to have you here so i think you know the first question. We start with the same one every show. Skim your resume for us. I most certainly. I'm happy to do that. I am still the ceo of johnson publishing company. So that is great and it. Is that the founding company for ebony jet magazines and fashion fair cosmetics all started by my family and for better or for worse i have never worked anyplace else and so i grew up in the business. Grew up in the in the magazine business in the publishing business and also in the beauty business but always surrounded by incredible people great parents but great staff who were very uplifting and all about aspiration and inspiration for the african american community. So i grew up in the business. I went to Born and raised in chicago got my degree in journalism from. Usc came back and got my masters in management from northwestern. And i got my masters in management. So funny i started out full time in school and then i switched and i went part time so it took me longer but i really wanted to work at the same time and i had the luxury to be able to do that. A lot of people don't have that. But i did because i wasn't looking for a job once i got my degree. I already knew where. I was going to be an actually once. I i got my masters in management. I actually became president a company like the very next day. But i do want to stress. One thing that i think is really important here and that is i have worked in a family business but it was not a given that i was just going to step into this role and if you know if you knew anything about my parents it was nothing was given. You've really had to earn it. And so it does seem like boy. That was a really fast. Reject re but This was decades and decades of work. I mean i spent more time at a copy machine making copies and doing all kinds of stuff that you know people do when you start out in in a company. I don't think that was any different for me. Something that people would be surprised to know about you that if not on your professional bio oh my goodness. Let's see on a personal side. I i love to ride. I have horses. I've owned horses all my life so that is sort of my luxury right now. I don't have one. But it's the way i can relax and i studied opera. We do you think. Please don't ask me to sing. But i did. I studied opera for for many years. Took voice lessons and loved. It absolutely loved it. We're gonna dive into the family business. Tell me about your family. Tell me about your parents so you know my parents. John and eunice. Johnson were part of the great migration of african americans from the south to the north. So my father came from arkansas. My mother came from alabama and very different backgrounds. This is so it's really interesting. My my father came from nothing. And when i say nothing his town great people but only six hundred and sixty eight people there. His mother believed in him so much and she just you know the love that she had for him she poured into just him and so for her. The best thing for him was to get out of arkansas arkansas and get education and the way to do that was you know they. They got on the train and they came to chicago. they had relatives in chicago. So a lot of people. With the migration from arkansas people came to chicago alabama. They came to chicago. My mother came from alabama so my father dirt poor came to chicago. Went to high. School became head of the debating team editor. The school paper graduated attended the university of chicago and my mother on the other hand came from a background. Where you have to think about this. Her father was a surgeon. Her mother was a schoolteacher in psalm alabama so obviously black african american back then prominent family. Her two brothers were surgeons. Her sister was a phd professor in english and my mother came to chicago to get her master's in social services at loyola. So now you've got these two converging people now completely different backgrounds you know and and they met ed dance. My parents met at a dance and my father. I remember him saying you know. Ask your mother. You know at the dance. Could i take her whole and my mother said absolutely not absolutely not it. She said. I'm going home with the person that brought me. And so for my father. Being the maverick entrepreneurs salesman was game on. That was

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"jet magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Always from my apartment. It's also safe. Shani, You watch the re union. How was it? You know what I think? Reunions like this. They're always going for big feels And this delivered big feels. I think for me Honestly, this one hit a little bit differently than maybe reunions that we see in in the past, largely just cause right now we can't see our families And I think this cast it really did feel like watching and getting to know a family so getting to see them. You know, hug and reminisce and be together in this in this living room that felt familiar at a time when we can't do that. It weirdly hit me in the fields. John, Haven't you didn't melt your heart? Yeah, I mean, well, my fair apartment. I used to love watching the fresh prince every day after school and just see the highlights of all the best bits from the show was awesome. But, yeah, it gets really sentimental verging on cheesy. I would say it points, but it was it was certainly worth watching. Fan Shawny. Why did the fresh prince of Bel Air make enough of an impact that we still care about it all these decades later, this show actually came about at a time when networks were finally waking up to the fact that Black audiences deserve to see themselves reflected on screen. So it was building off the success of like The Cosby Show that premiered in the 19 eighties and NBC greenlit this in the 19 nineties. I think why resonated with audiences so much of the time was Impart something that we learned through this reunion, which was that the actors were able to give notes. So even though the writer's room was largely white, which is extremely frustrating, the actors talked about giving notes about their characters and Story lines. And so through this, you know, sitcom format, which is supposed to be fun and light hearted. They were still tackling really serious issues like police, racism, issues of class and wealth. Gun violence on guy think that's really why it stands the test of time, and it also opened a lot of doors for other shows down the line. John is a surprising to you that all these decades later we still care about the fresh Prince. No, I don't think so. I mean, First of all, I think the show is really funny. It did some really interesting kind of fourth wall breaking meta jokes in it. It was this fish out of water story that was like very zany, which I think is appealing when your child but yes, a shot he fed. It also dealt with serious issues. I mean, as a white kid growing up in a nowhere town and Ontario like the Fresh Prince is how I heard the name Malcolm X, you know. But you and I also think that with with the history the show, I mean, it's harder for reasons we don't think it into to go back and reflect on the legacy of something like the Cosby Show. So I think that fresh friends kind of occupies this new space where it's kind of being pitched as this revolutionary chauffeur, black audiences, which I think is a title that Yeah, it deserves. The thing about this show is it's not a a sunny, simply a sunny re union happening right now. So, John, we're gonna play a clip. I want you to set it up before we do, though, so Will Smith sits down with the actor who played Aunt Viv early in the Syriza. So before we hear the clip, what exactly happened? Okay, so if you watch the show, you probably know that there are two aunt gives. In the early seasons you had chanted Hubert, who was replaced by Daphne Maxwell Reid. It was kind of a shift in the character and characterization, and at the time there was a lot of drama around why Janet Hubert left the show. She claimed that will Smith was essentially kind of this snot nose punk who made it very difficult to work on the show. He had some very mean things to say about her. This kind of all played out in the press. You know, he could read old Jet magazine articles about it. So this is kind of their opportunity to reconcile. Sort of like in the Metallica documentary with Lars all Rich and Dave. Missed ain't try to make up but for fresh Prince fans just just like that, Take a listen to this. So we're you know, we've set those hateful things about each other. Both look like you and I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, too. Charlie. What did you make of that apology? I think for re unions often times they kind of follow a format.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Is reporting what What's your sport magazine? Inside Sports says No. What do you think is the priority, though? Because this is it is interesting. There's so many different ways they can play their hand of cards. Do you think if if you gave Joe Truth serum do you think he would rather Open that window, you know, with a younger player, maybe a rookie like a Wiseman and Edwards or Is it more of a priority? Teo get that one more ring to get that player who can get you one more ring with the cash that you have. I think they've got the wind. I think the pandemic has done that. Like they're you know, they're bleeding money, so Your trial. Open or cool with, you know, saying with a six CD, Ideally you want to bring back and judge it. I think that's like they are. I mean, They are losing so much money from the lack of game. So when Oracle Open the best case scenario, it's the oracle to be lit for people to say. Oh, bad. You've got death play, and now this Right. That will be the most idea because that's what they bank on all along. But I was hoping they could bring drained mind staff playing Katie and now you got the new Palace of stars. So I think if you give your legacy troops there he's like Do let me tell you how much money we've lost. Although games maybe about who's on if either with no games like we need to tire we need to get this place Rockin ahead and nothing does like that. Like stars last whereby Miles is like, Yeah, But what about for you right leg of his like, What about But your leg every oh, like 80% of the world's revenue covered digging, And they have a photo tickets since March, 11th So is rough out here in the streets. You know, Joe out here, Patty pockets like Yeah, I got it. Flat broke, homey. I got nothing right now. Joe Lake up Never in his life. I'm sorry. Go ahead ever, ever actually details, But you know when I was thinking about maybe a raise to call some games this year. Just laugh, but I decided not to. I don't know, being a laughing mood. That's why I suddenly need to be there to let me ask you is this since we're kind of Going with the old. What's your favorite? Old school sports. Periodical because they mentioned sportmagazin inside sports. And don't forget one of my favorites. Remember, the old Baseball Digest and Football Digest was like a reader's digest that it was for the sports? Yeah, I used to love Baseball digest growing up. I used to love that stuff because they had a lot of the Bismol box scores, and they had stats and all that kind of stuff. I got to. I got who's Who in baseball. Remember that? Who's who in baseball where they blotted out. They would never show you the caps of I'm not sure why I would probably licensing agreement and then I thought the national which was I think in the nineties. Which was like a 25 page sports page That was national with all the worry and writers Royko Rad O just everybody wasn't It's It's Mossler. I think everybody was in there. Was really good. Marcus is mine. I'm going to take away back to sports Illustrated for kids. You have the card. Then I remembered that it was like perforated trained. Yeah, I usually go to dentist feel this force history. It's like, usually at the doctor's office like this. Yes, the perforated car. You have your car collection. I remember Little East on cards from your own dentist. You realize it. Them, right? I mean, it's a feeling like he didn't He would get the co pay and Dennis and they always got the bag a steep discount. If not that there was no money left pocket. They offered a Tucker I one of the magazine. You like me to make me feel good. Exactly. That old school die magazine. I love 99 like I think hard for a bag of a That was it. God about you. And I right we're doing there on the cover would like a label to say. I hope somebody wasn't lost. It falls on the cover of that It was fry somebody else with the ball doing things demanded. One post arrives on the dime. So so I hope I wasn't on the cover Diamond, My my favorite old school magazine. Jet magazine, baby with the beauty of the week. You know what I'm talking about, Everybody. I thought we talked about board support. I'm sorry. You look at sport differently than the way I look. It's okay. All right. Jet magazine Beauty of the week. Ah, recipes of my late father. I will not tell everybody how Ah marked the first night When I was a teenager. I would take page 43 bags and put and put him on the law tournament, a wallpaper and My dad was so proud of me. Oh. Ah, Gosh, if you ever want to get into a discussion, which we don't want to about two Americas You understand exactly what Marcus was talking about. And if you don't go into a bedroom or barbershop in the seventies and eighties, and it wasn't at least one jet beauty of the week on the wall, then you were not in a bedroom or barbershop. You needed to be in that almost nobody pays 42 ever paid for. Well, they would talk to you next week. Marcus, Go to NBC. Marcus. What you think about what money pool room? Levine barstool? That's enough. Stop. It's Yoichi Brit. Most Burger a bit. You know about the jet beauty of the week, way won't ask him about it. Brit Mussburger joining us next here on these sports leader.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

"Time I was kind of like building my fan base by tell the kids what I do and I was still pretty freelancing at different places like slam. Jet Magazine at one point I. About eleven different publications. What happened was for me, you don't came a point where like I had. Melted relationship with. Peppers. Who now plays the giants? When was in high school? He would be all I'll be texting radio when you think about this that third. Hold our right about now like. His vast include their teams the. Form of upon us in championship and like both. Experiences kind of just. Open doors no relationship wise I think for me. Relationships have always been. My wholehearted will. Just, you will ask so the growth has been just. Rolling the man. Initially. serously. Emotionally. You know I feel like I put in, allow a work. Some of my other counterparts maybe would not have INTRADEX legitimately visit had to do. Work for free different places over the years the source magazine. WHO SPEC magazine some of my big break came went opposite CBS radio and. podcast well, and we'd go myrow for for silly stuff that people's. That's my word our play. Some might be Walker told me a story about how Kobe Bryant sucker punched You know we're hundred dollars. Line sleep on the Lakers team bus. The my ulises crazy. As, cold. As called foyer. overtimes is learning. He words headlines had a tweet differently than article headlined the right. Buddy Miami method put me with. His it's man I I I think. I use this analogy often like Lebron James and. Twenty should be compatible with. James Twenty twelve thirteen one sixteen comparatively, you should be a better version of yourself and I'm just a rowing I haven't arrived. You've mentioned names like Wolfsschanze the Naismith. All guys I respect them Listen I'm trying to be where they are trying to be first Brandon Robinson, but I expect us. Right Danny. School be no. Yeah. WE WE'RE GONNA. It's not gonNA. Be The bomb anymore. Woes bomb. Going to be the school be brings you the business bomb. Of Schools what do you think is the biggest school that landed in your lap or that you had to actually go out and get you know get the information and you were the only one that was privileges information. Over the last couple of years so like. I developed relationships..

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"jet magazine" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"This is why we have to push the farm which is? Look, we've gotta tear this thing down. So there we got in here down on. I think that is really the strong called abolitionists. I think that that is a very You know what you're talking about, is very nuanced perspective in which you know, either either were tearing the system down over reconfiguring the system so that it works a zone equalizer, which has is proven incapable of doing over and over and over again. Um One of you know, one of the things that has has stuck out to me as I have tried to process the most recent trauma of observing yet another black person be blue brutalized on film. It is I I've thought about how many times I've watched that m And I think you know, looking back to the first time I ever saw something like that in my life. Do you remember the first time you saw a black person murdered, assaulted harmed by the police as a viral video? You remember the first time That that landed on your radar. So I remember seeing it in my daily life. Milwaukee shuttle, you know, sat after her 2060 on so it was it was Commonplace that the police would assault in harassed and do violence to black folks, So I saw it. Before I saw it virtually or virally and some of the first things that we really strike me as I remember. You know one thing that will stay with me. I don't think it's the first but is the audio of Trayvon Martin, who was killed by you know somebody else who was sanctioned and given permission by the state of Georgia, Timmermann and just the sound of him. His green. Um, They are still with me. They are still with me. But there are other videos. I remember Also seen as a younger person like, um I remember Rodney King video. Meeting in kindergarten. Exactly So just the level of violence, um Ah, that and from that, I remember. Yeah. And I also remember seeing, um, Yeah, I mean, there's been ah lot of videos, but those are some of the earlier ones I can think of. Yeah, I think I remember. I mean, I think I've separated the things that I've seen in my own life with the things that have gone viral, in part because the things that I saw with my own life I have been so normalize. It never felt like there was anything you could do about it. And I remember seeing Oscar Grant In 2009, and I went to Oakland and folks that set the fire that set the McDonald's on fire in Oakland on DH. I remember thinking, you know, that's more than 10 years ago, but at the time I thought the good thing about it was that it meant we were going to do something about it more about 11 years in Tio, these videos going viral on DH. It just seems like you know, more and more videos go viral. It doesn't necessarily seem like there's been a pro progression. What do you What do you think about? You know, folks who say we have to stop shot sharing these videos? We have to stop spreading this image and normalizing this image of black people being harmed and brutalized. Yeah, I think that's also a complicated thing. I think absolutely black people get that We don't want to see it. Black people get to say this is traumatizing and this is hard to see. 100% and I honor and respect that. I also, um I also know that part of how we got to this movement is because people saw it. I think about Emmett till I think part of why I no image still story and why? I know image his name. Is absolutely the brutality that he suffered. But it was the organizing around it and the fact that his image was shared right like it was an intentional decision by that mothers have that casket open and then black media right Jet magazine Ebony. Showing that image around the world or at least do that, You know that magazine and all of the images we shared around the world. And so I do know the power of what it means to force a red like the force a reckoning. To force people to see it's a forced people to deal with. It also know inside of this particular and right and we talked about Rodney King in the scene of the video, right? Black people get beaten all the time, but it was something about the seeing of it. Mom that I think propelled people interaction a different way, and I'll even say here. Right Wood with the murder of George Eric Garner the murder of George Floyd. But Sameer writes. I mean, all those videos, but here, John Crawford. I mean, there's just so many, but, uh, I would say here with George Floyd. I know, right? I know from having Individual conversations, even if they're 30 seconds with thousands of people in the last few months that people's witnessing of that video had moved them into action in a different way. Hearing people people's old hearing of him cry for his mother. I think has moved people in a way that a news article does not, um or or printed media or or just a recently. I think they're terrible ways that people share it. I think that people Don't share it with the movements into it, And I think people I think there is really such a thing called black death pornography where people are just doing it to normalize that are doing it in a gratuitous way. It doesn't take serious. Um You know the black life and Robert's house of the situation. And I also know that for some of our folks, which I also think we have to hear the witnessing is important. Having people being seen is important thing. Yeah, I think it's it's complicated or is multi layered. Thank you so much for speaking to that. If you're just joining us, we are talking about black lives matter. We're talking about gun violence. We are talking about 11 year old Anisa Scott and what it meant to say goodbye to her on we're talking with Reverend Everett Mitchell and organizer M. Adams. Mm. I think you know what you what you just spoke to is such a potent part of this of this conversation in terms of you know how How are these different images being utilized? What do they mean? How do they motivate people? You all have more and more people showing up to counter protest Onda, lot of folks who are showing up T defend property. How do you respond to the folks? Is who are showing up to defend property who are showing up heavily armed at your your your protest that you're at the things you're organizing. This is, you know. This is exactly what we've been saying, Which is there is there is a priority here, and it is spoken, Um, both in terms of Ah, you know who Who doesn't get arrested, right? What I couId police target at protest. It is a priority demonstrated in terms of who gets to be weaponized and be armed at protest. It is spoken, um In terms of quite honestly, who gets to make it at home. Who you get to go home at night. Right? So what? What I'm getting at is that.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

"So, in response incident John Coltrane put together Alabama was the name of. The Jazz L., the Song I'm sorry. It was song was called Alabama November eighteenth, nineteen, sixty three. It was a tribute to those young girls, and the Solo was repurpose King's eulogy that he delivered at the girl's funeral, so he was brought in to do a eulogy, and the music composed by Coltrane was actually used to underscore that. Coltrane performed live on jazz on TV's jazz casual. In front of the entire nation, so he got to perform that song on a national level so. This one's for you. December Twenty First Nineteen Sixty Three Sam Cooke. Releases what song a change is GonNa come. You gotta change going to come, and it was inspired by Bob Dylan's blown in the wind, and he encountered racial turbulence in just a few years before the song came out, he and his tour mates were trying to book a quote. Whites only hotel and they were placed under arrest. So this a site is being one of the key answers behind the song. CHANGE IS GONNA. Come just. It just makes me so angry that. Because of the color of your skin, you're second classes. That is Baloney. I already used my one F bomb. But she's. Helped, me understand how this is even a thing how you can look at your fellow man and say because you're different than me. You're less than May. That is. Absolute Horse Shit. Well just the very next year Nina Simone actually points out this hypocrisy. She did a Carnegie Hall Performance of Mississippi God Damn. That's the name of the song. Yeah, we actually we. We covered that song when we did her episode, and it was a just biting response to the murder of Medgar Evers in June of nineteen, sixty three, and it was just a comment in general on racism in not only the south, but all of America. Here's some of the lyrics just so you can let the settle I think every day is going to be my last. Oh, but this whole country is full of lies, and you're all going to die and die like flies. The song was actually banned in several states mostly in the south. But it didn't stop Nina Simone. She would later go on to tell jet magazine that Mississippi Dot Goddamn did damage her career, and that the industry had put a boycott on her records as a result, so she kept going, but thoroughly believed that by releasing material she was going to be subject to. Discrimination. That was the thing was a lot of these. These people that would put out their music Sam Cooke said that he was literally afraid. Of a change is gonNA. Come scared him billie. Holiday's strange fruit. She would perform that and she. She was scared to perform it. Even though it meant so much to her and to others. And we spoke about this where that would have to be literal showstopper. That would be the end of her show so yeah, and this is at a time when the civil rights movement is really in Motion I. Mean this is the mid sixty s so at this point again for people to be afraid is just is horrifying to think that you know it's terrible. Nineteen sixty eight April second. We all know Harry Belafonte correct. Who actually end appearance in black landsman? If I'm not mistaken he made history outside the studio by taking his own money and investing them into the civil rights movement. Belafonte actually bankrolled several organizations, including the Freedom Rides, and most famously, he bailed Martin Luther King out of prison with his own money. Which is amazing However, the most controversial Mon has career came in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, where he did a television special and performed a duet with Clark. Do you remember this one? Okay, if I remember the story correctly, it was the Petula Clark's show. So she had brought him on, and they were going to do a duet, and at the end of it, something overtook her, and she kissed him. The information I have is that she grabbed hold of his arm. Okay, so to, but it was a sign of affection. Correct yes, and. They threatened her. And the network threatened to pull the episode because they thought that would be quote. Offensive to America I hate people so much. But Clark later came out, and it was her show, and she said No. You'RE GONNA. Leave it, so she refused to alter it in any way. And in fact, it was one of the highest rated episode of her show so I think that shows you what was going on. So, can I can I fancy interject fluid so? This is when. That took place on April. Second Nineteen, sixty eight. Okay, so I think April pagent August September. So seven months later. Just seven months later the same year. You're going to see the first interracial kiss on television. Thanks to Star Trek. For for Michelle and William. Had their first kiss, and yet so I mean it's crazy thing. The network was gonna pull that and then. Because there were only three networks at this time so much going on. Yeah, you had your pick and. A three, but unfortunately that incident would be preceded by more tragedy. Which of course happened on April? Fourth Nineteen Sixty eight. Where Martin, Luther King was shot. And killed unfortunately. There were riots in Dorchester Roxbury in the south end of Boston. James Brown was scheduled to perform the next day, and the city actually went ahead with the broadcast because they thought it would be a way to keep people home and get them off the streets. Needless say it didn't quite have the effect they desired. Because during the concert, attendees ran on stage The police were swarmed and actually James Brown. Ask Them To stop and address the people and said and I'm quoting. James Round here now. I asked the police to step back. Because I think we can get some respect from my own people. The crowd obliged. The concert went on, and things went on their way. And that's. That's what we're finding. That's what we saw with George Floyd protests. If you just let people speak their their truth, speak their minds and doing it in a peaceful way you will, it will end peacefully if you gas them and throw. A The the the pellets at them, the rubber bullets. If you if you attack them, they're going to attack back if you let them have a peaceful protest. And allow it to remain peaceful. It will end peacefully I think the quote was a riot is the language of the unheard and I believe it was Martin Luther King, but I don't know for sure. James Brown went on after his concert, he stayed in Boston and would go around actually personally asking people not to riot. So. He went through the streets of Boston and said please don't there's another way? and. That's my home state to home. State pride their clarity. June twenty eighth, nineteen, sixty-nine,.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"To ride with Biden. You know that's the kind of best when you hear words like that that make you go. What you know? What here's my problem with this. You got suckered into it. Don't get so relaxed with us that you trying to be him. Be What we want to elect. AM. I right brothers and sisters you. Don't try to be something we don't WanNa hit it. Don't try to talk into colloquialism. Don't try to relate to us. Is something that sounds unnatural when you try to sound young hip, you sound older stupid now. What this election! We need to win, am I right brothers a man right we got. We got the wet lease, not a gang. This is not a game you know why because now bringing home. A black man was martyred. Hate crime me in the neck. Not Some anybody should be doing, and nobody wants to talk about white supremacy and law enforcement where we're no longer protecting and serving, but anybody you deal with a color is the enemy to be killed. Am I right brothers and sisters Amen. And that is why we've got to win this election I. Don't Care How many times people say. The FBI Investigate Department of Justice going. That's the start. To End, and we don't have it at the top seed. A president is here feeding into that rhetoric. That's why these people feel that they can do what they do. Can they get away with him? And this is why the election is important. You can't just registered to vote. You got to go up and down ballot. You got sat out to the mayor. The whiteboard as a male he. Check. That's right, but it goes beyond that is to Congress is the Senate is is district attorney's? It goes beyond that. Why because we want justice? Not Jess for a FIDORA. WE WON'T JUSTICE FOR BRIANNA. We will just as for a Ahmad. We Will Jessica for people. We don't even know anything about. We want them to stop fabricated reports. They said the boy in drugs and he doing pass and dirty money. What that what do that have to do with the fact that somebody put me on his brother neck for at least nine minutes, and here's a man caller for his Mama God wrestle so mother Ben Day it for two years, but that's when this boy knew his life was. We're not standing for this one. We won't justice we the wanted in the courses. ARE WE GONNA? Take it to the street now. I'm not telling nobody be violent. What I'm saying is this is not a game so autumn little jokes stopping. Don't come on black radio trying to get to know us. Come on black radio and tell us. What are you going to do to lead this nation because it should not be a death sentence to be black in America that I? Grow you brought it home and brought it home. That's why I want y'all to know. You got the remember why immaterial pitcher of the open casket was in jet magazine because his mother wanted to world to see what they have done to hustle on. That's right. Thank you, Cheryl Likely Research Thirteen X. We're appreciate you always girl. GET OUT OF HERE! coming up more music more trending topics than some headlines at twenty minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. In, spite of what we told you guys earlier this week about the former mayor of Detroit Kwame Kilpatrick being released from prison because of Covid nineteen well, he has been denied early release of caring reverse that yeah. That down. The Parole Board shut it down. The Bureau of Prisons they reviewed requests for home confinement confinement and it was denied so he will remain at Oakdale federal. Prison, in Louisiana, first time I heard at the bureau approval..

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"jet magazine" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"We got into family. Because my hair's vic natural wave newborn okay now you got Joe Biden. Time out of you don't know the difference between me and Donald Trump. You Ain't black just was also I think? What are you talking to? John Arrive with Biden. You know that's the cat. Assess we hear words like that that make you go what What's here's my problem with this. You got suckered into it. Don't get so relaxed with us that you trying to be him. Be What we want to elect. Am I right brothers? You don't try to be something we don't WanNa hit it. Don't try to talk in colloquialism. Don't try to relate to us. Is something that sounds unnatural when you try to sound young hip older stupid now. What this election. We need to win AM I. Am I right brothers? A man right we got we got the nod gang. This is not a gay you know why because now bring a home fight you a black man was martyred a hate. Crime may end the neck. Not Some anybody should be doing and nobody wants to talk about white supremacy and law enforcement where we're no longer protecting and serving but anybody you deal with. A color is the enemy to be killed. Am I right? Brothers and sisters Amen. And that is why we've got to win this election. I don't care how many times people say the FBI Going Investigation Department of Justice going to best gay. That's the start that ain't the end and if we don't have it at the top seed. A president is out here feeding into that rhetoric. That's why these people feel that they can do what they do. They get away with it and this is why the election is important. You can't just registered to vote. You gotTa vote up and down ballot. You got sat out to the mayor the Whiteboard as he right. That's right but it goes beyond that is to Congress is to Senate district attorney's it goes beyond that. Why because we want justice not jess for a FIDORA'S WON'T JUSTICE FOR BRIANA? We will justice for Ahmad. We will just for people. We don't even know anything about we want them to stop fabricated reports. They said the boy his in drugs and doing the pass and dirty money. What that what do that have to do? With the fact that somebody put me on his brother neck for at least nine minutes. And here's a man caller for his Mama God Russell. So Mother Been Day for two years but that's when this boy knew his life was over we not standing for this one. We won't justice. We the wanted in the courts. Are we going to take to the street? Now I'm not telling. Nobody be violent. What I'm saying is this is not a game. So autumn little jokes stopping. Don't come on black radio trying to get to know US. Come on Black Radio and tell us what are you going to do to lead this nation because it should not be a death sentence to be black in America that I I may. You brought it home and brought it home. That's that's why want you know you got to remember why immaterial. Pitcher of the open. Casket was in jet magazine because his mother wanted the world to see what they have done to hustle on. That's right thank you. Cheryl likely hours surely thirteen X. We're appreciate you always girl get out of here coming up more music more trending topics and some headlines at twenty minutes after the hour right after this. You're listening to morning show..

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"jet magazine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on WTOP

"Freedom riders and now there's word that Gaffney has died of complications from the coronavirus he was ninety two in nineteen sixty one jet magazine asked Gaffney who was a freelance photographer here in Washington to travel with the freedom riders a group of activists from across the country who planned on challenging segregation in the south by riding greyhound and Trailways buses Gaffney eagerly signed up he died Easter Sunday smartphones already know a lot about us but now some researchers are betting they can also be trained to detect whether we're infected with the corona virus just by listening Wall Street journal reports several teams of artificial intelligence researchers are working to develop systems that could help spot the disease through people's breathing coughing and speech many folks are reaching out for help to deal with the economic and emotional toll from the pandemic right now county crisis center director Dorney hill says there are people in severe need who are reaching out we are seen are people who are in acute mental health situations and very serious domestic violence situation hill says they handle cases like a woman who called saying she could not get groceries to our brother who lives elsewhere and is home sick with cold at nineteen because your car broke down as a food task force where there's different representatives across the county who are working together with community partners in restaurants and things to try and figure out how to get colds and Kennedy residents like this man the help that they need the county crisis center is not just taking calls but physical walk ins seven days a week can delfi WTOP news sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda nine forty five years Dave Johnson ghost games that's what they are called the idea of games without fans in Germany and it might happen as soon as next month their teams at Germany's top soccer league the Bundesliga are back on the training field and the goal is to start playing games by mid may how would these games with no fans like we've talked about here in the United States work in Germany bird would win is a journalist was sport one TV based in Munich they calculated that around two hundred fifty people would be involved right the players the stock camera operators and so on they are working on a plan to test all players every three days right now just to prevent bears playback audio and like here in the United States corona virus testing is an issue of whether there are enough test to administer the players for now the players are Germany are back practicing they don't use the lock room together they show up for trading in their gear get out of their cars practice and go back home you could find out more about what they're doing in Germany in my interview with bird poop it on WTOP dot com is the NBA's first horse competition the jazz Mike Conley the champion over Zac levy to the bulls his big shot a free throw with his eyes closed in the NBA and WNBA now selling face coverings featuring all of the teams logos with the proceeds to benefit feeding America they Johns WTOP sports coming up after traffic and.

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Kathryn Sophia Belle

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Kathryn Sophia Belle

"I'm India Lorrie Wilmot. And you're listening to the PODCAST TALKING. Journeys out belonging to blackness. Joining us today is Dr Catherine Sophia Bell. Catherine is associate professor of philosophy at Penn State with research and teaching interests in African American Afrikaner Philosophy African American Studies African Diaspora studies lack feminist philosophy and critical philosophy of race. She's an author. Co Founding Editor of the Journal Critical Philosophy of race a certified Yoga instructor in founding director in owner of La Belle. Be Coaching which Offers Executive Academic coaching workshops and retreats for administrators faculty and Graduate Students. Catherine also offers services specifically under happily unmarried and erotic empowerment that provide individual and Week Group. Coaching workshops and retreats designed to support the social emotional and physical wellbeing of her clients. Thank you for having me Katherine. Let me tell you. I just love the way. You're able to demonstrate for so many folks out there. How one in academic can be multifaceted in dynamic right. Don't sit at a desk. Let's read in on this thing right and then also to how as an African descended person and woman how he can truly embrace and live in your truth when it comes to your personal relationships and partnerships and even with yourself as it is the case with happily unmarried and then I love this and open to the sixty nine ways to embrace ecstasy. Yeah I mean there's more but sixty nine such a fun number and then I'm also my son. Signed his cancer and sign kind of looks like a sixty nine so I like playing with things like Bat. I love that. And so all of this falls under your business tagline philosophical purposeful and practical approaches to La Shelby. The good life. All of that fantastic. I'm so excited to have you here. Because you are such a brilliant scholar and you also have this really great. Entrepreneurial Mindset as well. I think our audience here will just enjoy listening to your journey as to how you've been able to combine these two passions. It seems to me I love it will fall right into our first segment. If you don't mind because I have so many different kinds of questions and thoughts act one call to adventure so for our listening audience. Who may not know you changed your last name from Gyns. Yes to bell and bell spelled with an extra e honor your maternal grandmother and and as I understand your maternal grandmother named herself. And Yeah and you see this active. Changing your name as a way to honor that power and legacies. Yes well first let me say I absolutely love my name. I mean every time I see it written down Catherine Sophia Bell like I get excited at the sight of my own name. So in terms of motivations oftentimes our names are patrilineal right. So many not necessarily all women are given the name of your father in. May Take on the name of their husband and that was my experience. So my initial given name was Catherine Theresa Johnson. My mother wanted the name Catherine after her mother my father wanted to name you theresa and then Johnson was his name. So that was my maiden name I got married in. Nineteen Ninety nine at the age of twenty one between my first and second semesters in Grad School and at that point I changed my last name to guidelines which was the name of the former husband I got legally divorced in twenty seventeen and I'm now berry happily unmarried. And rather than returning somebody that patrilineal name I mate name. I decided to go with a match. Lineal named honor my maternal grandmother so her initial given name was Katherine Smallwood. Which was my great grandmother's last name. Smallwood. But by the time she got the high school she changed her name's Katherine L. B. E. L. L. Now I have no idea how she went about changing it or even if she went through some legal process to do that but my mother got me a copy of her high school yearbook class of Nineteen Fifty two where in that yearbook so by the time. She got her senior in high school. Her name is listed as Catherine Bell. And so there's something really powerful to me about this black woman in the nineteen young black woman in the nineteen fifties by her senior in high school Made her name Kathryn Bell. And that's the name that she's recognized as you know later in life she. She went on to model. She showed up in jet magazine a few times and her name is Catherine Bell knows faces as well. You know that was just a powerful legacy to me and it was important Tap into in connect to that legacy empower naming oneself Have a match lineal name as hopes to patrilineal name. I'm so I changed my name Catherine. I actually dropped the middle name. Interestingly my mother when I was changing my last name she was like. Oh well I never really liked Teresa anyway. That was your father's toys. That would choice so she got a chance to rename me. My Middle Name Sophia. She recommended because she said you're Lhasa. In philosophy us so you can be Sophia. My Mother's middle initial is S. My two daughters have the middle initial s so we were able to share that s middle initial further sophia in the bell It's still sounds the same as the way. My maternal grandmother founded by added the extra e. Just a little bit of self friendship over the meaning of beauty. I think evidence that there was so much thoughtfulness and care. Yeah even your process to say okay. How do I go about changing my name because even when we go through relationships such as marriage? And you're going through the divorce there is a lot of conscious thought around. Do People keep their names Ryan or even when you're getting married forget about even when you're getting divorced but like when you're getting married some people choose to keep their name drop the name in my case I hyphenated. I've even attended a wedding where the husband and the wife decided to both hyphenate their names just so that it would on paper as well as the presentation of this new joined. Family Union Unit. That it wasn't that someone was giving up but they were just more so adding naming oneself is so powerful. I mean I can't help but to even reflect on scene in routes where yes lavar. Burton is as as Coon to Kim. Tae Is being whipped. He ends. It's you know this holder of active submission. That's trying to happen with him being beaten because he refused the naming Tober right and he's like Kota Day trying to be broken. Think about that example. I also think about the example with Muhammed Ali. Right where he's like. You know. Say My name. Say My name right before the destiny's child came out with it up. You know what I mean and so yeah. I'm not GonNa say that that you know the cultural model my mind that I figured I'd put that out there. Once I said it I was like okay. This is GonNa be the connection that comes up celebrities name that too. But that's not quite what I have in mind right. There is something and I think we have more examples of men doing that than or the example of men don't eat more celebrated than examples of women during that but definitely for me like I look forward to dropping the maiden name when I took on the Mary name but I also very much look forward to dropping the Mary name and renaming my for me. It was another beginning for me. Like who am I in this new chapter this new iteration of our life? And how can this naming process a reflection of that kind of a launching point for me for that? So that's been beautiful. Young kids is all about identity. And the all these different phases and stages just you know what does our about us and then our names judge. We're judged by our names whether we're applying for different jobs or positions. I mean their scores and You know them very well. Also but their scores of research studies and the employment field that talked about racial bias and discrimination based on candidates nate. I think that's a fantastic way to pay homage to her legacy. Thank you

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"jet magazine" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Rick Snyder sports reporter also friend of John McNamara thank you I found that jet magazine picture of Gary maze of throwing the ball up in the air throwing his men under is chairman and catching the ball and throwing it I wanted to use it in the book but it was old and it wasn't a particularly good quality so it's not there but he really was an amazing person I I think of Spike Lee gets a hold of this book there's a whole lot of stories to tell in the movies thank you for choosing that passage next is one of my favorite stories in the book Evey Henderson was probably the world's best basketball player at the time he was playing in the early nineteen hundreds he graduated with a PhD and out from Howard University and of course he couldn't get drafted in the pros because he was African American he couldn't get a job coaching like kids so he gave back to his community a hundred percent and he transformed the sport of basketball in our city he went to Massachusetts to talk to doctor Naismith that'll take a look at this new game that was a nine man passing only game and together with Maurice Joyce a circus performer who coached up President Roosevelt in boxing of the two of them transformed the game to the five man game we know today DC is known for its tenacious defense all because of doctor eva be Henderson and his grandson work tirelessly to get him in the hall of fame and was successful and he's brought some information about his wonderful grandfather and he's here today to talk about that thank you first.

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The Murder of Emmett Till

Retropod

03:32 min | 2 years ago

The Murder of Emmett Till

"Emmett till his tragic murder in one thousand nine hundred fifty five is a monumental moment in civil rights history. The African American teenager was tortured tortured shot wrapped in barbed wire and tossed in a river by white men seeking revenge for what till had allegedly whistled at a white woman in a grocery store when till's mother Mamie Elizabeth till mobely viewed his lifeless body swollen beyond recognition his teeth missing and I hanging out the only thing she could use to positively identify him was a the ring he was wearing Lord. Take my soul she cried according to a two thousand three interview with The Washington Post in her grief and outrage. Till's mother wanted the world to see the barbaric act committed against her son. She called the Chicago defender under one of the country's leading black newspapers she called Ebony and jet magazines too and she invited them to his funeral on the south outside of Chicago then. Maybe did something that would change history. She asked for an open casket skit at his funeral. I think everybody needed to know what happened to Emmett till his mother said according to PBS fifty thousand people attended the funeral in saw till's body the evidence of a vicious and hateful attack though open open caskets were an African American tradition. Till's body presented challenges not just in how he appeared but also and this is hard to say how badly it smelled. Simeon Wright till's cousin told Smithsonian magazine that the funeral home scrambled for a solution finally settling on the extraordinary step of putting glass over the casket to contain the odor otherwise right said no no one would have believed what till endured the result was profound the emotional photos from the funeral showed Mamie as she approached her son's casket. Her body seemed to buckle. Photographers captured her leaning over the casket to which photos of the smiling boy had been taped inside inside the litter. The funeral gave the nation in image. It hadn't yet seen what a lynching really looked like the brutality the anguish the sheer sense of wrong in this Massoni interview right said the photos led to renewed vigor in the fight against racist and a few months later a woman named Rosa Parks refused to give her seat on the white section of a bus prompting a year long bus boycott in Alabama led by an up and coming leader in the civil rights movement and the Reverend Martin Luther King Junior King may till's murder a centerpiece of his sermons and speeches the crying voice of Little Emmett till he'd say screaming from the rushing waters the evil of racial injustice the justice.

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Emmett till's Open Casket Funeral Lead to Vigorous Fight Against Racism

Retropod

03:32 min | 2 years ago

Emmett till's Open Casket Funeral Lead to Vigorous Fight Against Racism

"Emmett till his tragic murder in one thousand nine hundred fifty five is a monumental moment in civil rights history. The African American teenager was tortured tortured shot wrapped in barbed wire and tossed in a river by white men revenge for what till had allegedly whistled at a white woman in a grocery store when till's mother Mamie Elizabeth till mobely viewed his lifeless body swollen beyond recognition his teeth missing and I hanging out the only thing she could use to positively identify him was a ring he was wearing Lord. Take my soul. She cried according to a two thousand three interview with The Washington Post in her grief and outrage. Till's mother wanted the world to see the barbaric act committed against her son. She called the Chicago defender under one of the country's leading black newspapers she called Ebony and jet magazines too and she invited them to his funeral on the south outside of Chicago then. Maybe did something that would change history. She asked for an open casket skit at his funeral. I think everybody needed to know what happened to Emmett till his mother said according to PBS fifty thousand people attended the funeral in saw till's body the evidence of a vicious and hateful attack though open open caskets were an African American tradition. Till's body presented challenges not just in how he appeared but also and this is hard to say how badly it smelled. Simeon Wright till's cousin told Smithsonian magazine that the funeral home scrambled for a solution finally settling on the extraordinary step of putting glass over the casket to contain the odor otherwise right said no no one would have believed what till endured the result was profound the emotional photos from the funeral showed Mamie as she approached her son's casket. Her body seemed to buckle. Photographers captured her leaning over the casket to which photos of the smiling boy had been taped inside inside the litter. The funeral gave the nation in image. It hadn't yet seen what a lynching really looked like the brutality the anguish the sheer sense of wrong in this Massoni interview right said the photos led to renewed vigor in the fight against racist and a few months later a woman named Rosa Parks refused to give her seat on the white section of a bus prompting a year long bus boycott in Alabama led by an up and coming leader in the civil rights movement and the Reverend Martin Luther King Junior King may till's murder a centerpiece of his sermons and speeches the crying voice of Little Emmett till he'd say screaming from the rushing waters the evil of racial injustice the justice.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A white man from a state that was once the center of the Ku Klux Klan congressman Andre Carson all the screaming nation in the halls of Congress with every fiber of his being in nineteen fifty five the murder of Emmett till a fourteen year old black kid from Chicago who was visiting relatives in Mississippi caught the attention of the whole country is mall there she'll allow jet magazine to take pictures of some jet magazine a prominent magazines actually in the community take pictures of killed Bobby ball state history professor Max Felker can't work out for this kind of moment becomes a national moment in which little brutalized and beaten body is exposed to the nation you know through this funeral where he is he's not covered up he's you know expose in all the brutality to which Senna nation couldn't really and white in the north and like to cross the nation could not that you know we're confronted with the little acts of Lynch's for vice civil rights would become a priority as he moved from state to national office in nineteen fifty five the buys had a son who would one day be governor of Indiana and also serve in the U. S. Senate I admired my father I admired his idealism is devotion to try to make the world a better place first and foremost you have my father me come to mind my ball games he was active in when I was in scouting you can you know be involved my scout troop and I kind of thing so my ever lasting member of my father was a man being my dad seven by says the political issues of the day were discussed at the dinner table unavoidable during the turbulent decade in which birch by was elected.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In nineteen fifty two he merry Marbella her they lived on the family farm for a couple of years before by decided to answer his ambitions and run for Indiana legislature he was elected to the house of representatives in nineteen fifty four and soon became the youngest speaker of the house in state history five a white man from a state that was once the center of the Ku Klux Klan congressman Andre Carson all the screaming nation in the halls of Congress with every fiber of his being in nineteen fifty five the murder of Emmett till a fourteen year old black kid from Chicago who was visiting relatives in Mississippi caught the attention of the whole country mall there she allow jet magazine to take pictures of so jet magazine a prominent magazines actually an American community take pictures of chilled body ball state history professor Max filter can to work out for this kind of moment becomes a national moment in which kill brutalized and beaten body is exposed to the nation you know through this funeral where he is he's not covered up he's you know expose in all the brutality into which is in the nation couldn't really and white in the north and like to cross the nation could not that you know we're confronted with the little hacks of Lynch's for vice civil rights would become a priority has he moved from state to national office in nineteen fifty five the buys had a son who would one day be governor of Indiana and also serve in the U. S. Senate died mark my father I admired his idealism his devotion to try to make the world a better place first and foremost you have my father me come to mind my ball games he was active in when I was in scouting you can you know be involved my scout troop and I can thanks so my ever lasting member of my father was a man being my dad seven by says the political issues of the day we're discussed at the dinner table unavoidable during the turbulent decade in which merch by.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on KOMO

"Died four days later the Russian was hoping to win a green card and bring his wife and young child to the U. S. Scott Goldberg ABC news infotainment systems that help drivers make calls navigate or pull up audio can be helpful they can also be distracting according to triple A. motor club making a phone call using an eighteen vehicle system takes drivers twenty one to thirty six years old seventeen point seven seconds to complete for drivers fifty five and over it takes twenty two point four seconds charm is is with triple a there may be a slight degree he increased safety over a handheld device that you actually have to look at to manipulate manually but it's still at a dangerous level he says they're giving the research over to manufacture so that they can make the infotainment system safer for drivers Ribeiro ABC news Chicago the photo archives of ebony and jet magazine's are headed to the Smithsonian museum of African American history and other cultural institutions this is ABC news com one whose time seven oh for triple a traffic every ten minutes on the floors let's get the latest now from the Tamil Fulton in Seattle a crash on northbound find itself forestry this month it'll be language and that's causing delays approaching the scene in Seattle fire crews are on the scene of a structure fire under the seventy three a northeast there are link closures and some slowing through that area I don't believe you want for crash on westbound five twenty just after the east high rise blocking the center lane and that's causing a backup from ninety second Avenue this report is sponsored by Los pros do it right by shopping at Lowe's to save on the supplies they need most from the brands they trust to get the job done let's start with traffic at seven fourteen the general Donal has the forecast Thursday night here in the great Pacific Northwest starry skies beautiful night for camping out here in late July it's.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on V103

V103

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on V103

"Is there more Gina that Johnson publishing company fell on bankruptcy? How did that impact? You. The way probably impacted people not only locally but across the world. It was. Sad and everyone's somewhat surprising. Although it had been a slow decline considering that not only was I in editor with ebony magazine. But I also started my career alongside Clarence lodging at jet magazine. And it was a very difficult time. It was like losing a family member. And as one of our former editor that every magazine said it was like moving a family member that had been on life support. Yeah. And talking about life support, you know. The word empire there. Now, we only think about empires term of being that that FOX show Jesse slips Millette just let there at the center of the controversy, but truly it wasn't empire. You know when I was there back in the late eighties Clarence. And you know, and at that time, you know, for years, Mr. Johnson took pride in the fact that when black into prize report came out with its top black businesses in the world. Johnson publishing company always held the top spot. Clarins? If you. Word the little days. Blooming days those days, and I felt proud to be at Johnson public company remaining every year number one business and I remember those Christmas parties to enter the. Very very exciting to look at what we would doing. New to this year is like a wow kind of feeling never can beat. It could be you know. But what is it, you know, in terms of here? We are. We see black billionaires and reality, though, the majority of the black billionaires are from Africa. I think we only have two or three that are African Americans. But when we look at black businesses should Kogyo used to be the mecca for black businesses Martina. Chicago was a metropolis and Johnny Johnson did something that hadn't been done than not only locally. But it in the world, which is to have a thriving and successful African American publishing company buying for his three and that hadn't been done people. Many people have done this. But the problem with that many did not succeed. And the problem was because they did not have the financial means to do. So they restarted and then for whatever reasons that ended once again because financial. The console was a thriving huffily Buckley place at the time when he came to like, so many it was during the great migration, and it was not far from where done, but Betsy. Founded Chicago where this man with his empire on eight twenty south Michigan avenue. It was the model of black extent where people were expiration and inspirational in not only looking at the publication. But looking at what this man did he was a model in every way in terms of publishing and media. It truly wasn't empire because it was more than just magazines and publishing it was cosmetic. It was traveled radio stations. You TV show. The world's largest traveling fashion show that people went to every year. Yes. Well, we are going to discuss that legacy and that loss of legacy..

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"jet magazine" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Here's you know, here's the metric on how the probability of farewell tour players relationship with other players and teammates and player set relationship with media. Yes, Chris Paul's is middling with both at fair. Especially the players that might not be public public knowledge. But we're both around. All on his team not on his team same thing. Correct. So I don't know of that's enough. 'cause you need players saying good things about you to you need the media to crisp own. So listen. There was a time with his was messed up he'll deserve one. He will he still deserve it. And they probably won't give it to him. Just as spied him just like the te'o. Wait one more year for the hall of fame thump across the ear. To get back at you. And then, you know, the they won't give it to Chris Paul, and they'll give it to James harden. Ooh. Yeah. There's somebody just somebody that makes him look up and be lying. All right. Okay. That's what we y'all don't see this. They didn't play basketball. That was sexy enough. Here's John Stockton, those Utah AOL on balloon stuff, but I feel like just docked in. I mean, he played the whole career there. And I realized I never had any reason to discipline us was a little retired assist leaders. Yeah. Yeah. He's a bit of a dirty player. But I got really like super deciding dislike him like I dislike Jeff hornicek anyhow. But he wasn't like billing beardie now. That's what made you what made it worse though. It was all like undercover elbow when on screens and stuff, but I hated hornicek. But I hate it. You could put put my you. You put my hateful hornicek you multiply by fifty five times, and it is still coming up short long hatred for the my least favorite player perhaps in the history of the NBA crawl below. You wanna call Fenway was in different on Carl. I'll know anybody. That's carl. I was in different. Of course as a southerner. I was kind of you know. From like, Arkansas Louisiana down by. All right. So the man, and then we would never say the right thing ever ever. The media would pinch him layup. How'd you feel about black stuff? He was the worst thing. I say right now say that he was like a calculated Charles Charles Barkley say stuff without thinking blown thought about it do and then later his career admitted that he had been trying to say the wrong thing thing that will help and get his bread. And it didn't I saw never get. This is the headline for jet magazine wants and I'm paraphrasing a little bit. But this is close to quotas. They could get this. If those of you who are familiar with jet magazine, this won't do much for those of you who offered me with Jay magazine, you'll get this. The headline was nets forward. Derrick Coleman calls Utah, Jazz forward, Karl below and uncle Tom. That was the headline like that was a story jet magazine without. Without bluntness, black entertainment, McCall, Carl below. And I don't think they put that in there because it was news worthy. I think they put that in there because they felt that was news their audience would appreciate it would jet magazine was basically black people Entertainment Weekly. Yes. My dad always tells the story that when early reports came out about Al green and grits that the early reports were that she poured breakfast cereal on him. And at a most black people. It was just we'll just wait for Jit jet. Go. Let us know. And edited it was grits..

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"jet magazine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Netanyahu appears to be headed towards a historic fifth term as Israel's prime minister. President Trump this morning says his reelection is good for peace efforts in the Middle East BB one. I think we'll see some pretty good action to gems base. Everyone said, and I never made it a promise. But everybody said you can't have peace in the Middle East with Israel and the Palestinians. I think we have a chance, and I think we have now a better chance with BB having won. Reelection will also give Netanyahu an important boost as he braces for the likelihood of criminal charges in a series of corruption scandals, Chicago's icon ick. Johnson publishing company owner for decades of avenue and jet magazine's has filed for bankruptcy liquidation in federal court. In announcing the petition filed yesterday, the company said it was caught in a tidal wave of marketplace changes and business issues, which despite exhaustive efforts could not be overcome. The company was founded in nineteen forty two here in Chicago WLS news time ten oh four, but this overturned semi is blocking a ramp here. I fifty seven outbound at I eighty so the ran from outbound on fifty seven eastbound eighty closed because of a rollover semi Kennedy O'Hare to downtown forty four the isolated slow Thorndale to the post office Forty-five slow going on the Stevenson next traffic update in fifteen minutes. This hour is sponsored in part by Dell. Dell small business technology advisors know, there's nothing spell about your business. That's why they offer one on one partnership and reliable business PC's with Intel core processors.

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"jet magazine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jet magazine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Top story. The world's richest man is involved in a scandal of his own talking about Jeff Bezos, he's claiming the National Enquirer trying to blackmail him. Ordeal. Published photos from bazo says affair now the National Enquirer says it's been investigating base for months, and he's been whisking his mistress off to exotic destinations on a sixty five million dollar. Private jet magazine says it has ten photos, and they include Newt Selby's, Lauren Sanchez is the woman involved basis and his wife have recently announced plans to divorce they've been married. Twenty five years, socialists, Alexandria, Cossio Cortes is taking heat for announcing her sweeping green new deal. And then denying the government will have a big role in it. The problem seems to be how to pay for what could. Mount to seven trillion dollars. So the resolution itself does not have on it. Which is why is he addressed each individual project? The resolution calls for eliminating fossil fuels in ten years phasing out air travel in favor of high speed rail in guaranteeing jobs for all is their progress on a border deal. Lawmakers have a week left now to make a budget deal with the White House to avert another shutdown dance and Republicans have been trading offers all week to provide funding for technology and fencing on the southern border with Mexico. Senate appropriations chair Richard Shelby says he hopes to have a deal by Monday and mortgage rates took a big drop this week reporter. Daria Albinger on. What? What this could mean for the housing market home. Sales have been slowing because prices are rising mortgage rates have been to on this week loans. Did a bit of a u-turn hitting a ten year. Low Freddie MAC says the average thirty year fixed rate mortgage fell to four point forty one percent fifteen year loan so popular option for people who are refinancing are down to three point eighty nine percent. Economists say this could be the incentive consumers need to go from just looking at homes to buying them. Good.

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