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A Love Letter to Short Men
"DOT COM and at her website Carlin Betcha. Dot Com and here is a love letter to short men. Your height is not an issue unless you make it one. It's one of the most common openers I see on dating apps a man's height. It's usually the first thing men list and sometimes height is the only thing listed. Yep just height nothing else as if those two numbers measured in feet and inches contain multitudes. I understand why it happens. We are a society obsessed with looks we treat beauty and both genders as a currency attractive people make more money are viewed as more agreeable and somehow more valuable. This is part of the halo effect, a psychology term where we assign one single trait beauty to other characteristics kindness. Personally I have never seen a woman who cares about height in fact, I find short men hot, not all of them but many. Let. Me Tell you a not hot short man's story. I recently wanted to date with a five foot five inch guy within fifteen minutes of our meeting. He ass is my height a problem. It was not until he mentioned it. I had not even looked at the height he listed on his profile. I then spent the next twenty minutes assuaging his fragile ego and explaining why many women like short men it was exhausting at one point I think he read the weariness in my slumped shoulders and tried to self correct. I'm only asking because you're right about love and sex. Sure if you went on a date with a dermatologist, would you ask her to examine the fungus between your toes? I didn't say that, but I wanted to my sarcasm is a feral beast. Then, there are the many many short guys who lie about their height. You know who you are. I once went on a date with a guy claiming to be five foot eight inches. He was five foot four inches. That's a four inch lie. If we're keeping track I wore three inch heels for that date that put me at five feet eight inches. Greeted him with a hug. This was pre pandemic days his head landed on my chest. Awkward. For most women height is not a deal breaker but lying is So. Here it is short men the painful truth your height is not the Lady Boehner killer. You think it is it your lack of confidence that makes women's ovaries shrivel up and never want to go on another date again, I have dated a lot of sexy short men and they all had one thing in common nothing to prove when Tom Cruise five foot seven inches was sexiest man alive multiple times. Did anyone add a footnote sexy for a short Guy Hell? No. When Bruno Mars five, foot five inches shakes what his momma gave him are women getting out there measuring. Sticks Adriano. then. There's Napoleon. Napoleon. Never had complex about his height nor was he even really that short you can feel his confidence oozing out of the impatient love letters. He wrote to Josephine one read a kiss on your heart and one much lower down much lower. Nowhere in that letter, will you find a postscript saying unless my height makes you not in the mood? Yet Napoleon somehow got his name attached to the height inferiority complex known as the Napoleon. Complex. The Napoleon Complex states that short men tend to be more aggressive lie more and try to compensate for their short stature by being exceptionally cruel. But researchers found the opposite to be true. One study from Nyu phone short men are thirty two percent less likely to divorce than tolman. The study also found women married to short men reported greater happiness and short men did more housework than tolman. Yes. There is a correlation between happiness and a freshly floor. Clearly short men are doing something, right? I pulled over twenty of my most dateable girlfriends for this article I asked the same question. Are you attracted to short men most had similar answer? It depends on the guy that's a nice way of saying that is not the package. It's the meat inside. So
"josephine" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manteca. Today we're talking about Victorian feminist and social reformer. Despite norms of the time, she took to the streets to decry human trafficking and to champion a woman's right to education and the ballot box. Let's talk about Josephine Butler. Josephine was born on April thirteenth eighteen, twenty eight in Northumberland, the northeastern region of England to a prominent family. Her Father John. Gray was a wealthy landowner and cousin to the British prime. minister. Earl. Grey who led between eighteen, thirty and eighteen, thirty four. Josephine's father was a strong supporter of progressive social reforms value. He passed along to his daughter one of Seven Children Josephine was educated by her father at home. He educated both sons and daughters equally an uncommon practice for the time in eighteen fifty two at the age of Twenty Four Josephine Mary George Butler an examiner of schools who shared her commitment to social reforms. In their first five years of marriage the couple had four children in eighteen sixty, three Josephine's only daughter and youngest child Eva fell to her death. To cope with the overwhelming grief, Josephine turned to charity work. Josephine. started by finding shelter for the city's homeless women often taking them into her own home. Many of these women were prostitutes suffering the terminal stages, venereal diseases. Josephine also worked with Aunt Jemima. Cloth a prominent suffragette. To establish academic courses for advanced study for women. In eighteen sixty seven. Appointed president of the north of England Council for Higher Education of women. She campaigned for Cambridge. University, to expand opportunities available to women, students, and her efforts resulted in one of Cambridge's all women, colleges, Newnham College. During this time Josephine published multiple books about the social issues. She championed her views on a woman's place in society conflicted with some feminists of the time. Straight from the idea that women should be viewed in the same terms as men instead she argued that women deserve the vote because they were different than men and had a separate responsibility within society to protect and care for the week. To Josephine ensuring a woman's right to vote was away to strengthen the morality of the nation. In eighteen sixty nine Josephine began publicly campaigning against the contagious diseases acts of eighteen, sixty, six, eighteen, sixty, nine. These acts were initially introduced to curtail the spread of venereal diseases in the armed, forces. But in order to do so sex workers were heavily targeted and penalized. Under, these acts police were given the authority to arrest suspected prostitutes living in seaports and military towns and subject them to forced medical examinations. Have worked with sex workers at the start of her career. Josephine felt sympathy for these woman. She believed they were forced into this work through low wages and minimal opportunity for Josephine these acts represented troubling double standard. Sex workers were punished, but the men who sought out there surfaces were not. Josephine was a powerful orator who drew large crowds as she traveled the country gaining support for the Act's repeal. George now, a prominent figure in academia was criticized for letting his wife discuss sex in public. Despite threats to his career George, continue to support Josephine's advocacy. And Josephine charged on. She teamed up with other prominent social workers to expose the insidious world of human trafficking and child prostitution in London. Her hard work paid off. In eighteen eighty, five parliament passed the Criminal Law Amendment Act which raised the age of consent from thirteen to sixteen. And the following year eighteen, eighty, six parliament formally repealed the contagious diseases act. In her final years Josephine supported the suffrage movement and published her most famous work personal reminiscences of a great crusade. It promoted social reform women's education and equality. Josephine. Butler died on December thirtieth nineteen O six. She was seventy eight years old. Her Fiber Women's equality especially for those who often exist on the margins of society remains highly relevant to this day. All month, we're talking about activists for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter romantic weekly. Follow us on facebook and instagram at Apo Manica and follow me directly on twitter at Jenny. Kaplan. Special thanks to lose Kaplan, my favorite, sister and co-creator. Talk Tomorrow. Today. I. WanNa tell you got an organisation I'd encourage you to support called Mercer Textile Mercantile. They use cloth to communicate cultural messages, cultivate positive images in black humanism and create sustainable jobs in agriculture art and activism by emerging farm to fashion that working foods,.
Josephine Butler and the fight for women's equality
"Let's talk about Josephine Butler. Josephine was born on April thirteenth eighteen, twenty eight in Northumberland, the northeastern region of England to a prominent family. Her Father John. Gray was a wealthy landowner and cousin to the British prime. minister. Earl. Grey who led between eighteen, thirty and eighteen, thirty four. Josephine's father was a strong supporter of progressive social reforms value. He passed along to his daughter one of Seven Children Josephine was educated by her father at home. He educated both sons and daughters equally an uncommon practice for the time in eighteen fifty two at the age of Twenty Four Josephine Mary George Butler an examiner of schools who shared her commitment to social reforms. In their first five years of marriage the couple had four children in eighteen sixty, three Josephine's only daughter and youngest child Eva fell to her death. To cope with the overwhelming grief, Josephine turned to charity work. Josephine. started by finding shelter for the city's homeless women often taking them into her own home. Many of these women were prostitutes suffering the terminal stages, venereal diseases. Josephine also worked with Aunt Jemima. Cloth a prominent suffragette. To establish academic courses for advanced study for women. In eighteen sixty seven. Appointed president of the north of England Council for Higher Education of women. She campaigned for Cambridge. University, to expand opportunities available to women, students, and her efforts resulted in one of Cambridge's all women, colleges, Newnham College. During this time Josephine published multiple books about the social issues. She championed her views on a woman's place in society conflicted with some feminists of the time. Straight from the idea that women should be viewed in the same terms as men instead she argued that women deserve the vote because they were different than men and had a separate responsibility within society to protect and care for the week. To Josephine ensuring a woman's right to vote was away to strengthen the morality of the nation. In eighteen sixty nine Josephine began publicly campaigning against the contagious diseases acts of eighteen, sixty, six, eighteen, sixty, nine. These acts were initially introduced to curtail the spread of venereal diseases in the armed, forces. But in order to do so sex workers were heavily targeted and penalized. Under, these acts police were given the authority to arrest suspected prostitutes living in seaports and military towns and subject them to forced medical examinations. Have worked with sex workers at the start of her career. Josephine felt sympathy for these woman. She believed they were forced into this work through low wages and minimal opportunity for Josephine these acts represented troubling double standard. Sex workers were punished, but the men who sought out there surfaces were not. Josephine was a powerful orator who drew large crowds as she traveled the country gaining support for the Act's repeal. George now, a prominent figure in academia was criticized for letting his wife discuss sex in public. Despite threats to his career George, continue to support Josephine's advocacy. And Josephine charged on. She teamed up with other prominent social workers to expose the insidious world of human trafficking and child prostitution in London. Her hard work paid off. In eighteen eighty, five parliament passed the Criminal Law Amendment Act which raised the age of consent from thirteen to sixteen. And the following year eighteen, eighty, six parliament formally repealed the contagious diseases act. In her final years Josephine supported the suffrage movement and published her most famous work personal reminiscences of a great crusade. It promoted social reform women's education and equality. Josephine. Butler died on December thirtieth nineteen O six. She was seventy eight years old. Her Fiber Women's equality especially for those who often exist on the margins of society remains highly relevant to this day.
Who Is Activist, Ella Baker
"From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny. Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Very. Excited to present our. September. This month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up and fought against injustice and for a better world today, we're talking about a woman who doesn't often receive the recognition she deserves for her behind the scenes activism. As a prolific activist, she had a hand in society changing work major civil rights leaders turned to her for her organizational skills. Let's talk about Ella Josephine Baker. Sisters in the struggle for human dignity and freedom. I am here to represent. The struggle that has gone on for three hundred years. Ella Baker was born on December thirteenth nineteen o three in Norfolk Virginia. She grew up in North Carolina on the very same land where her grandparents were enslaved a few decades earlier. Ella's mother was part of the Local Missionary Association. She helped feed their hungry neighbors and encouraged women to be a force for positive change this activism and kindness stuck with Allah. Ellis studied at Shaw University in Raleigh North Carolina and graduated as Class Valedictorian nineteen twenty seven shortly after she moved to New York City in Nineteen thirty ELA joined several women's organizations and served as national director of the Young Negroes Cooperative League that organization focused on supporting the economic development of the black community in nineteen forty Ella started working as a field secretary for the N. Double A. C., p. she moved up to work as director of branches after just three years. She later also served as the president of the New York. City branch. Then in Nineteen fifty-six, Ella Co created the organization in French. Which bought the oppressive Jim Crow laws in the south. The following year a move to Atlanta to help with Martin Luther King Junior's Organization the southern Christian Leadership Conference. At that time, the SC L. C. was a brand new venture. It was created after successes like the Montgomery bus boycott black leaders including Martin Luther. King Junior created the organization to assemble more boycotts and. Throughout the south. But for the venture to be successful, it would take a masterful organizer while Martin Luther King Junior took the reins as the SEC's public figurehead Ella worked behind the scenes setting the organization's agenda and framing the issues. She organized the crusade for citizenship a campaign to support voting rights. For African Americans, she also helped Rodney Atlanta s ELC headquarters and even served as a temporary director for several months after the resignation of the previous office holder, Ellis desire to focus on the issues and to have influence over the. Direction often clashed with the group's main. Right, as ellos considering resigning in nineteen sixty radical act of civil disobedience inspired her to take a new direction on February first black college students in Greensboro. North Carolina where I'm from refused to leave a lunch counter. Worth's where they'd been denied service for Joseph McNeil Franklin McCain and their to college dorm mates that time was February first one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty. The day they walked into a Greensboro. Woolworth's and sat down at the segregated lunch counter. Ella wrote a letter that encourage students across the south to join forces and take similar acts of protest. She also organized a meeting at Shaw University for the students who spearheaded the citizens from those meetings, the student nonviolent coordinating committee or Snick was created. snick would have a profound impact on the civil rights movement. Ella encourage snack to focus on practicing group centered activism rather than leader centered activism in contrast to the SE L. C.'s leadership style with Mlk at the forefront. Under, this method, of Leadership Snick ran many successful initiatives including the nineteen sixty one freedom rides and the nineteen sixty, four freedom summer and Mississippi L. continued her activism through the sixties. She was also a consultant for the Southern Conference Education Fund and organize the Mississippi Freedom Democratic. Party she later returned to New York City and continued her work until she passed away on. December thirteenth nineteen eighty six. She was eighty three years old. Ella Baker was an incredible driving force behind much of the public civil rights work. We learn about in school while she never sought the spotlight she was committed to improving life for future generations
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manteca today's musician was a piano virtuoso and composer at a time when women rarely performed or wrote their own work although many of her compositions remain unknown her collaborations with her husband resulted in one of the most fruitful musical partnerships at the early nineteenth century. Let's talk about Clara Schumann. Clara Josephine was born in Eighteen nineteen in Leipzig Germany her father Frederik peak was a sought after piano instructor. Frederick married one of his students, Marianne and together they had five children, Clara and her four brothers. Is Five her parents divorced Clara, and her brothers became the legal property of their father. Clara's mother remarried and moved to Berlin which limited contact between them two letters, periodic visits. Frederick Recognize Clara's early musical talents and dedicated himself to her musical education. Under his tutelage she studied Violin Piano Music, theory, and business. Frederick even sent Clara around Germany to study with some of the finest composition teachers in Leipzig Dresden and Berlin. In eighteen twenty nine at the age of eleven, Clara made her performance debut in Leipzig Clara began touring in Germany France and Austria. She was one of the few pianists of her time who played by memory and she performed not only her own compositions but also those that were more well known by Johann Sebastian Bach Domenico Scarlatti. Ludwig. Van Beethoven and Robert Schumann. Robert Schumann due to a self inflicted injury to his right hand was the only composer among his contemporaries who did not play his own work. Clara took on his work for him. In nineteen thirty, one at the age of twelve she gave her first performance of his piano composition papillon. Over the course of the next five years, Clara, became wildly infatuated with Robert Schumann the match made her father very concerned at that point Clara was already famous and successful performer. Robert was a relatively unknown composer. Frederic. Saw The match as beneath Clara and so at the age of Seventeen Clara's father center to Dresden in hopes of severing ties between the two. But as is the case with many famed love stories. Parental intervention didn't go as planned. Despite, Clara's demanding performing and touring schedule. Clara and Robert wrote to each other in secret over many months using an intermediary to deliver their letters. When the two decided to wet. Strong resistance from Clara's father in nineteenth century Germany, a woman could not marry without her father's consent and Frederick refused to give it. Robert took Frederick to court over his refusal and Frederick countered with charges against Robert After nearly a year of legal battles the court finally sanctioned the marriage the couple married in September eighteen forty one day before Clare Clara's twenty first birthday and settled in Leipzig for years. Later, Robert suffered a severe breakdown and the couple relocated to Dresden at the recommendation of Roberts doctors. Over the course of their marriage Clara was pregnant ten times and had eight children despite having such a large family Clark continued to perform, compose, teach piano, and support Robert in his career. Despite Clare's existing professional success, it was Robert's career that was prioritized in the marriage nevertheless clar used the arrangement to her advantage. She performed her own arrangements of Roberts pieces during her concert tours and Robert in kind what insert phrases from Clarence compositions
Stress Relief: How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with Your Kids
"How do you relieve stress these days Well ahead of these answers, but your intro also reminded me that I feel like I should give a shoutout to a book just read how her which was Carla number. How not to lose your we never curse on this podcast so L. it out. Castro. s-h-i-t with your kids. So we'll keep we'll keep this family friendly by the way. Did you all new real-life curse a lot, but we'll never do it on this podcast. Okay. So that surprise people and then anyway I am really digressing it is such a good book and it is actually based on a lot of meditation. Techniques including very powerful technique like noticing while you're doing something kind of noticing your own reaction, noticing your own feelings, noticing what's going on around you and it's fairly simplistic premise but I actually found it incredibly powerful. So I am not saying that I'm someone who loses it with my kids all the time. I. Feel like I'd probably do an average amount but I still feel like her book really helped me to. Calm down in those situations where I might have chosen to yell or give out kind of a harsh ultimatum or something like that. So. Yeah, good recommendation than which probably all check that out. There's a lot of. Whatever the word is with our kids these days. Yeah. You had mentioned though Josh giving you a night right like. That was amazing I had to ask for it. You know my husband is wonderful but we have kids and it's not always the easiest to put all three of them to bed. So neither of US typically wants to volunteer, but one night I just said. I cannot do this I do not want to do. Can you please just do it I want to go in there I want to go in our bedroom like locked the door and finish binge eating big summer, which was great by the way and I did and it was great. I will admit you've cried for me and I had to put her to bed but it was it was actually Up until that point and Exactly. It was. It was actually really nice and I will do it again I don't know that I need like a specific like night every week I know some people do that but I do think that asking for it when I need it. Fine with it, and then he asked it actually over the weekend he had a headache just like I can't and I was like you know what I feel like really good because you did this for me and I'm happy to do this for you, and so I think we may do that a little bit more. Yeah. That's great. Now, I took a sort of evening not not so much indict off. Having a really rough day than I You know we still had our sitter in after dinner for a little bit. Michael was with Ruth at her softball game and I said, I, really need to go for a run I hadn't got one in and I was feeling rather clustered about a lot of stuff and it was still ninety degrees but I went on a trail run and it felt much better in the shade at than it would have out on the. Street and it was just what I needed. I came back and so much of a better mood than if I had spent that time trying to answer random emails which I was going to do during an email triage time as we discussed in the last episode, just recognizing that you're kind of going off the rails and having some sort of treat or coping mechanism that you have to get yourself back to a normal place instead of wallowing in it, which is you know sometimes. Satisfying and its own twisted way. But probably, not the healthiest thing long-term if I'm GonNa Wallow in something that I, it's probably best for me to journal about it or like right out some words about it or even like draw a diagram or something because then I kind of get to enjoy the actual wallowing but then I feel like the active using my hands to do something prevents me from multitasking and also just kind of. Better know feels a little bit therapeutic. So that can be a way to acknowledge your crappy feelings, but then also relieved them at the same
Tropical Storm Josephine forms in Atlantic Ocean
"Josephine is formed in the Atlantic Ocean making at the earliest. Jane named Storm in a record sitting hurricane season. The US National Hurricane Center in Miami's Josephine was located. 975 miles east southeast of the northern Leeward Islands.
Tropical Depression Eleven expected to be Josephine Wednesday
"Depression in the Atlantic is strengthening Tropical Depression 11 is expected to be upgraded to Tropical Storm Josephine Tonight or tomorrow morning is still in the mid Atlantic. As of 11 this morning. The National Hurricane Center clocks winds at 35 miles an hour. A tropical storm is 39 miles or more. The system is getting a little stronger. A little more organized. Current projections have it north of the Dominican Republic next Monday and then possibly going up the East Coast. It's just too soon to tell Nikki
Help for the Quarantine Woes
"Hey. There I'm Samantha. Leigh Right and today's show. We're GONNA dive into some help for the quarantine woes. Today you're going to get a lot of tips on how essential oils can help you through these trying times and all trying times, but these times especially. I think you'll agree with me. are a little extra trying so today we'll talk to Josephine at Uri and she's going to walk us through how she uses mindfulness to help her through her day today and And how essential oils can tie in to all of that too great episode, you're going to love it before we get to today's interview. Allow me to share my favorite oil of this week going to highlight northern lights black spruce. This is one of my all time. Favorite oils has the most heavenly smell in the world. It comes from the northern lights area of Canada where the black spruce trees grow underneath the rory. Alice which give this just magical quality that. Gets captured into the bottle. I love to defuse it on its own, but also mix it in with a little bit of a citrus oil or a lavender from time to time in fact, today's diy, dugout recipe, which comes from Linda Bloom is a recipe for a diffuser blend cod. Bob's woodsy fresh diffuser blend which. Three jobs of northern light black spruce combine that with two drops of pine to drop of lime in two drops of peppermint I love this combination of Oils Linda. Thank you so much for sharing this with our DIY dugout. You can submit your recipe and have it right here. On the show to the DIY dugout by emailing us at DIY, at revolution oils podcasts, DOT com. Thanks so much everyone who submitted their survey answers to our recent listener survey. This is where we're asking for your feedback on what you'd like to hear more of on this podcast already. You've given such great feedback. We really appreciate it. We're going to pick a winner in a few weeks. From all those who submit their surveys to us. You can find a link to that questionnaire that survey in. In the show notes below today's episode, one winner will get to cap on the phone with me and I'll walk you through virtual tour of all of my essential oils, and we'll pick out a custom blend that I'll mix into a rollerball and Sindh. How just for you again? The link for that listener survey is down below in the show notes now onto our interview with Josephine at Laurie. I'm here with Josephine, at Laurie who's an expert in meditation, and in overcoming adversity to find joy through her unique journey on her path to become a mom of five Josephine weather, many ups and downs with en vitro fertilization, international adoption and Sarah Gacy, channeling her experience to find calm and courage, and to focus on presser, and she now helps others navigates. Life's curbs falls through group and individual online meditation training and her responding to life podcasts. Josephine is so wonderful having you here with us today. How are you and great? Thank you so much for having me. Yeah, we'll tell US A. A little bit about yourself. We just learned a bit about your journey in your bio, and it sounds like you have many ups and downs in life, but I'd love to hear hear it in your words. Yeah, absolutely so I actually I help people overcome adversity to enjoy, and this all stems from that thirteen year for journey, but I had trying to create my dream family, and that encompassed many years of failed idea miscarriages eventually leading to international adoption, and then going back, try via, and then finally using a surrogate to help us out, and in the end after that tumultuous. Tumultuous Ride. We have our family of five kids Manso. Because I went through all of that, it became my passion to help. Others navigate their own obstacles in life, using all the lessons that I learned and coupling it with meditation training so that no everyone can try to purchase rice, responding in a more mindful and positive way man I think mindfulness is really at the root of so much of our health whether the physical emotional mental learning that mindfulness key. It's not something that we are necessarily taught in childhood taught in schools. It often is something that unless you yourself as an adult. Adult go and seek out that training of mindfulness. It's no wonder that it seems like our society oftentimes is very very scattered, brain and unhealthy and unhappy. We have so much mental unrest in our society and I'm a big believer that a lot of that comes down to just people not knowing how to be mindful. Would you agree absolutely? Yes, we were so caught up in the day to day an looking in the future, also looking in the past, and never really appreciating the present moment for how beautiful it is, because our minds are scoring so quickly. Get so much stuff and. Inundated with all the media that we now have our fingertips that it is so easy us to get caught up in that whirlwind of chaos, and not really be mindful of ourselves and our situations, and that's why I love using essential oils as we. We're going to talk about as another way to really like tap into that moment, because it just brings you back to what you associate with certain sense, which is why I love to incorporate in. In my in my meditation
"josephine" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder media, network I'm Kaplan, and this is Encyclopedia Annika. Today's leading lady dazzled audiences around the world. Her story will take us from the mid western United States to the Harlem Renaissance to France and back again. She starred on stage and screen, and used her fame to support and promote causes she believed in. We're talking about Josephine Baker. Freda Josephine MacDonald was born on June third nineteen o six in Saint Louis Missouri. Performance ran in the family. Both of fritos parents were in the business. There were successful. Growing, up Friday kept a variety of odd jobs and sometimes danced on street corners to make ends meet. When she was fifteen years old. Frida caught the eye of the Saint Louis. Chorus Vaudeville show. She joined the group and her career was born. That same year Freda got married. She took her husband's last name and dropped her given first name making her from then on. Josephine. Baker. Josephine's vaudeville career quickly flourished. She danced in Vaudeville shows across the country and then moved to new. York City where she was part of the Harlem Renaissance when she was nineteen years old. Josephine, hopped across the pond to Paris or her popularity continued to grow as part of an all black revue, the cultural and entertainment scenes in Paris at that time or obsessed with black culture in general and jazz music, specifically Josephine danced and sang in front of wrapped crowds. The, raid is jumping baker daughter of lowest washerwoman. Limb abandon the. Pirates of night. In a performance for the follies Berge that made her an instant star, Josephine famously danced, wearing a short skirt, made a fake bananas and strings of Pearls, the performance iconic it served as a revolutionary means of reappropriated racist stereotypes thrust upon Black People Uh. Josephine was an international sensation. It was particularly remarkable feat for a black woman at that time, as she was performing for largely white audiences in an era of widespread prejudice, her performances, including the famous one with the bananas skirt, not only entertained, but serve to disrupt widely accepted racist nerves and tropes. She also took her talents off stage, and on screen and several successful movies, and she sold products to the adoring fans who wanted to emulate the way she looked including skin, darkening lotion and hair palm eight. Josephine was extremely successful, allowing her to live in a mansion in south western France. She also adopted twelve children from around the world, and she had a pet cheetah named Chiquita. In nineteen, thirty seven Josephine renounced her U s citizenship and became a French citizen. Around that same time Josephine remarried this time to a French Jewish sugar broker. The marriage would last until nineteen forty one. Josephine was openly bisexual and also had a number of public relationships with women throughout her life. After Germany invaded France in World War Two Josephine took on a new role spy. Her performances were put on hold because of the war, but her fame bought her access to rooms. Most people could never enter. The French Resistance recruited her and Josephine gathered intelligence and housed other resistance spiders. Nazis came and searched her house at one point, but she charmed them into leaving before discovering anyone else. After that visit Josephine left nazi-occupied France. She took with her an impressive amount of classified information, which she snuck out of the country by writing with invisible ink on sheet use it. At the end of the war, Josephine was given military honours by the French government for her valuable espionage work. When Josephine returned to the US, she made an impact there, too. She had performed and traveled around the world yet as a black woman in America her rights at home were extremely restricted. It was the Jim Crow era. Josephine refuse to perform in front of segregated audiences forcing clubs to integrate. Even if just for her performances, she was dedicated to the civil rights movement, receiving recognition from the ACP for her work. One hundred years after Lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation freed the slaves, two hundred thousand people converged on the nation's capital to rally civil rights. They come united in one cause to urge Congress to pass a civil rights bill to end forever the blight of racial inequity. She was the only woman officially on the speaking agenda at the famous march on Washington for jobs and freedom. She said you know friends that I do not lie to you when I tell you I've walked into the palaces of kings and Queens, and then to the Houses of presidents, and much more not walk into a hotel in America and get a cup of coffee and that made me mad. Josephine continued her work on stage as an activist for the rest of her life. She died on April Twelfth Nineteen, seventy five. She was the first American born woman to be buried in France with full military honors. A. Josephine, Baker Unlikely, but wildly successful Megastar left a lasting legacy, performer, Patriot and activist. Last. All month we're talking about leading ladies tune in tomorrow for the story of one of the most iconic women in Hollywood history. For more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter manteca weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia, will Manica, and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan. 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"josephine" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
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"josephine" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
"Josephine love the adrenaline. Rush being on stage, and she laughed up the audience's attention. She was so funny. She often stole the limelight from the show's stars. But no matter how popular Josephine was on stage. She struggled with America's racism offstage. Josephine had known of race riots in Saint Louis. Since she was a child, white mobs had burned down the homes of black families, and some of her neighbors had been killed because of their skin color. Even a New York Josephine wasn't allowed in white hotels and couldn't get served in many restaurants instead. She was often met with signs that read. Whites only. So in Nineteen, twenty, five at only age, Nineteen Josephine took another leap a rich, American producer offered her role in an all black revue in Paris. Josephine said yes, and boarded, a steamship headed for France. As ship sailed away Josephine leaned against the railing, the ocean breeze, whispering against her cheeks. As she watched the Statue of Liberty Fade away behind them. She felt something else coming into view. Real Freedom. When Josephine first arrived in Paris. She was less impressed by the theater than she was at being able to go into any cafe store or gallery she wanted to. There were no whites only signs. In addition, there were fewer taboos, romance and Josephine with aren't have love affairs with people of all different races, religions and genders. But her truest love was always Paris. Josephine's debut show. The Revenue Negra opened to a sold out crowd of writers painters. Stars diplomats and even royalty. When the curtain Rose Josephine did her usual, comedic routine, and the audience laughed at all the right places. Later though to their surprise, Josephine was carried onto the stage on the back of a male dancer. When he stopped. She cartwheel down from his back, and the crowd gasped. Josephine was in a costume made. A pink feathers she began to dance in a frenzy, moving her arm, stopping her feet, and throwing her body around the stage like she was in a trance. When she finished, the audience leapt to their feet, and applause echoed around her. Paris had fallen in love with Josephine Baker and they only wanted more. Josephine became the star of many shows in France and elsewhere in Europe. But soon she was looking beyond the stage. In nineteen twenty six. Cillian man named count. Kapito who became her manager and romantic partner. In nineteen twenty seven Josephine became the first black actor to star in a feature film. She also opened her own nightclub in Paris, called Chez, Josephine, which served up a mix of American and Parisian cuisine, music and culture. By the end of Nineteen, twenty seven Josephine have become the highest paid performer in Europe and most photographed woman in the world, as Josephine's fame grew, fans lavished her with gifts from fairly ballgowns to Shimmery jewelery. She also collected a Menagerie of animals, including rabbits, monkeys, birds, snakes, and a pig named Albert. But her favorite was her pet cheetah named Chiquita. Josephine put a diamond studded caller on KITA and walked her along the streets of Paris, and although PTO wasn't happy about it some nights, Cheetah even slept in bed with them. After more than ten years of successful, performing in Europe and around the world. Returned to New York City. But she was disappointed to find that discrimination against black people had only gotten worse. At her hotel, Josephine was informed she must never enter through the lobby again and said she was asked to use a service entrance at the back of the hotel because the lobby was for whites only. And when Josephine performed in the song and Dance Revue Ziegfeld follies. The, audience was shocked to see her dancing with four white men. Because of that critics wrote many hateful things about Joseph performance in the newspapers. Even, more difficult news followed her disappointing return to the United States. She soon learned that the PTO had been diagnosed with cancer. And passed away while she was in New York. Heartbroken Josephine quit the show in return to Paris. There she was grateful to be greeted by her cheering fans bouquets of flowers, and even an accordion player. As, she addressed her fans Josephine broke into one of her most famous songs. Move Ooh a song about her. Two loves France and her home country. To loves have I. And they tear me apart to loves have I. Both are in my heart. One is a flower and the other aflame. To loves have I. Not the same. Just a pains left for her adopted country, only grew, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty seven. She became a French citizen. But, while Josephine's careers soared, war loomed on the horizon. In May nineteen forty, the German army invaded France and by. June Paris spell to the Nazis. Josephine despised the Nazis beliefs in white superiority and their hatred toward Jewish people, people of color and anyone else who is different. Without hesitation, take another leap. She. To become a spy for France. France is the country that adopted me without reservation and I am willing to give my life for her. She told the man who recruited her. The leader of the French Resistance thought no one would suspect the famous Josephine. Baker was a spy. Still it was dangerous work. If, she got caught. She could be killed or sent to concentration camp. Her Country House became a hideout resistance agents who often traveled with her as band members. In Lisbon Marseille and Algiers, she went to embassy events and flirted with friends and foes. All the while secretly eavesdropping on Nazi officials. Later in her hotel room, she scribbled notes in invisible ink in the margins of her sheet music, including troop positions and Nazi plans. Sometimes. She even pin secret notes than to her underwear. When Josephine got sick Madrid, she kept working for the resistance, but eventually in Morocco. She got sick.
"josephine" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
"Josephine grew up in the nineteen hundreds and the poor Saint Louis neighborhood, or she slept in a basement coroner, and shared a cardboard box and her food with a dog. But she was moved by a sound that filled the air ragtime. A raggedy sort of music bump and jumped in me Josephine WanNA dance. More than anything. Josephine loved to dance. She shook her hands towards the sky wiggles her shoulders and shuffled her feet. When she was little, she often dance in front of the Booker. T. Washington theatre in Saint Louis. One of the first theaters, America made for black artists and performers. As Josephine shimmied and twirled, passersby dropped coins by her feet. Just use the money. She earned to go to the shows inside the booker. Chris Sang and chorus girls kick their legs as high as their ears Josephine top feet cheer for each. And when she closed her eyes at night. She saw herself up there to. Dancing up a storm or making the crowd laugh delightedly. The is cheers echoed throughout her dreams. We Love You Josephine. Little. Did she know that one day? Her dancing feet and uncontainable charisma would make her one of the most famous performers the world had ever.
"josephine" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
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"josephine" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Yorker film critic Richard Brody for decades. He rarely leads me wrong and I can't remember the last time that Richard was as excited about a filmmaker as he is about the Director Josephine Decker. In two thousand fourteen, he wrote a piece about decker with the headline. A star is born. And her film Madeleine's. Madeline was Richard's pick with you heard of it or not for the best movie of two thousand eighteen. Josephine deckers new film is called Shirley and it starts Elisabeth Moss as the writer Shirley Jackson. I have a title hangs a man. It's about that girl. The missing one. Girl. What do you think? Well you haven't said much. It's just an idea. I Try Sapir in college. Girl sounds trite in a bit trashy but to. Give it a go. I'll read of course for you. Wait too far. Going to take time, we'll give it to me and a couple of days. It's enough. Oh No. Dear, that's. You're not. You're just not up to it. Wrong. That was Elisabeth Moss Shirley. Jackson and Richard Brody joins me now. Richard. What is it about Josephine deckers work that you love so much. Wealth Very Simply Josephine Decker is one of the very few filmmakers who seem to be reinventing the very stuff of movies image, sound performance with each film, and she's coming out of a fusion of traditions, which is one of the things that makes her work, so interesting I knew her as an actress. She had appeared in some films by Joe Swartberg that I was familiar with so her direct filmmaking experience comes from what I would call number core film in other words films that were made on a very low budget. The script improvised, but Her way of making images is a say. Mr It has something to do with the films of. John Cassowaries something to do with that long God. Filmmaking and That fusion of traditions along with her own personal inspirations makes for really original form of work in what surely about the new film? Surely as A sort of bio-pic about Shirley Jackson the author of the lottery, published in the New Yorker of course in nineteen, forty, eight, the we dig very deep into Shirley Jackson's creative process, and it does so experience with a hectic image, repertory, fantasy, sequences, nightmare, sound design, and above all the performance by Elizabeth Moss that is itself spontaneous and ferocious. So I hadn't heard of decker until you told me about her until you wrote a better. How did you first get to know her work? Well, actually I was just talking with her about that the other day. I remember vividly when we met. We met at the Maryland Film Festival rate in those days the. Sort of the gathering area where the coffee and snacks were was a parking lot, but I did recognize you I've seen you in in in Joe's films. I asked You I'm. Are you in a film festival this year? and Said No, but I have a film directed a film that's in the in the festival. It was a short film and I I asked You. If you would send me not a link of course I didn't exist, but send me a copy and you did. Send me a DVD. I pumped it into my dvd player, and from the very first images. My eyes got extremely wide. This film is called me the terrible. which is a wonderful comedic and yet really kind of poignant. Fantasy about a child's adventure life it is, and it was. My Gosh. It's funny because. I really remember your response to that and was really floored by ungrateful that you connected to it so much and I said to myself. You know I'm impatient for anything you do next, but. Essentially, you're you're the two main themes in your career until now and you're working till now are the relationships of women and the artistic and creative drives of women, women artists in their attempt to create in the face of private and public obstacles. That's very true and it's interesting. The I mean it was funny almost to be blindsided by how much didn't even realize the amount of crossover? There was between Madeleine's madeline and Shirley. marlins violent as a feature I made before I made Shirley and. Sarajevans are writer on Shirley saw Mandolin. It s looking at each other and being like there is a lot in common between these two movies there's. An older established artists. Kind of? Maybe the right word might be praying on. The innocence and connection she has with a younger artist, a younger younger woman right Madeleine's muddling is the story of a teenage acting prodigy who's a member of a professional theater company where she's in effect, exploited by the director. You know I I love that movie. One of the things I love about it is the sense that you don't deliver a script to the actors in merely photograph them performing it, but rather that it's the result of a real time ongoing creative process in which you yourself participating. Yes, I think I had my first one was improvised. Much fully improvised. That was filed in lovely was scripted. There's a tiny bit of Improv, but not not much and I kind of missed improvising, but when I. In. The improv movie I had missed the kind of like clearer. Turning points that a script allows you so my next door I, had set out to build through scripting, know from Improv, and and then I cast iron, credible, acting troupes, and spent the next six months working with them, improvising towards these and around these themes that I wanted to be at the heart of Madeleine's model, in which were mental illness and parent, child, relationships and and also how art. low-budget art tries to address these large things in the question of how yeah how how does this? How much impact do you have, so? I think Madeleine's madeline is one of those movies that really shouldn't exist. It's it's it's an extremely. The beginning of the film is about an actress dressed up as a sea turtle. You know it's not like a action films, so part of the reason is it exists. Is that I felt encouraged to keep going to closer and closer to the things that was really interested in and excited by. The New Yorkers Richard Brody with Director Josephine Decker. Whose movies Shirley is just down..
Elisabeth Moss Shines As Writer Shirley Jackson In This Smart, Surprising Film
"Josephine decker's new film is called surely and it stars Elisabeth moss as the writer Shirley Jackson I have a title hangs a man about that girl the missing welding what do you think
In Greater Boston, Braintree Siblings Raise Money For First-Responders By Planting Memorial Day Flags
"The coronavirus denied a brother and sister from Braintree their chance to honor fallen U. S. military members by planting American flags on Boston common but to me and I'm Emily Sullivan of Braintree are doing the next best thing on this Memorial Day weekend since Wednesday they've offered to plant flags in front of homes to raise money for corona virus first responders they've been joined by their friend Josephine Whitney and at last count they raised around two thousand
"josephine" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast
"Our affective is United Nations at supporting secularist principles. What extra precious. Let's Human Rights Council. Be under as a result of the KARENNA VIRUS PANDEMIC. And what has the National Secular Society been doing to advance? Secularist causes before. You're listening to the National Society podcast hosted by Park today. I'm joined by Josephine Macintosh to discuss her work representing Ns at the UN choice have been as a solicitor in London specialising in Competition Law and vice president at the NSS and member of the council she has represented the Society of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva since two thousand twelve. Jason First of all. Could you tell us about your recent work for the National Secular Society at the United Nations? Hi Emma so for my recent.
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The roaring twenties came to an abrupt stop with the Stock Market Crash of Nineteen Twenty nine which saw billions of dollars evaporated into thin air. The crash wasn't the sole cause of the Great Depression. There were things like the dust bowl wherein incorrect farming methods turned the fertile American planes into a desert but the crash did act to accelerate the global economic collapse by nineteen thirty three. Nearly half of America's banks failed and thirty percent of the workforce was unemployed. You had to make the most of what you had and you had to get good at that fast to women. Help struggling homemakers to be able to feed their families. Eleanor Roosevelt an aunt. Sammy beginning in nineteen twenty. Six and Sammy had a popular weekday. Radio show called housekeepers chat about cooking and other domestic concerns as well as chitchatting about whatever else was going on at the time and Sammy was very popular especially in rural areas. Thousands of people wrote into her for recipes by nineteen thirty to one hundred and ninety four stations broadcast aunt. Sammy show and she published aunt. Sammy's radio recipes. Parenthetically the Great Depression Cookbook. It would be the first cookbook published in Braille. Interestingly enough though I struggle to think of how difficult it would be to cook on wood or old timey gas stove without good eyesight on Sammy's recipes. Were meant to be simple healthy and easy to cook. She's even credited with helping Broccoli. Find widespread acceptance prior to which it was only found in insular Italian neighborhoods and Sammie helped many wives and mothers through the Great Depression but once that was over then country was back on its feet. People lost interest. The show was cancelled sometime in the nineteen forties. Though sources don't agree when exactly. There's one other fact about aunt Sammy. That's worth mentioning. She didn't exist in the latter half of the twentieth. The Department of Agriculture Bureau of Home Economics created a wife for uncle. Sam The on creatively named Aunt Sammy. The character was voiced by different women at each individual radio station that way the listener would hear an accent similar to their own and feel more connected to aunt Sammy. Three women worked behind the scenes at the USDA to prepare the script each week that all the regional aunt. Sammy's would use fanny Walker. Contested Recipes Josephine. Harmful wrote the chatty portions of the show and Ruth Fan demine coordinated all of the Menus and recipes. The other woman who guided homemakers through was the very real first lady. Eleanor Roosevelt. When Franklin Roosevelt entered the White House in Nineteen thirty three? A record number of people were hungry but being president is not without its perks and the first family eight well even extravagantly while people stood inbred lines. Eleanor Roosevelt. Who didn't know how to cook realized that the way she and the president ate in the White House had the potential to influence and even help the nation through the depression. She hired an acquaintance. Henrietta Nesbitt whose husband was out of work to be the new White House housekeeper housekeeper at that time more like how we use the term homemaker today and not as we use a euphemism for cleaning lady. Nesbitt and Roosevelt retooled the entire kitchen installing modern appliances and coaxing the skeptical White House staff to use them. This was the first kitchen in America and it wasn't even sanitary recalled. Nesbitt in her memoir. Meanwhile Eleanor turn to home economists for menus that would balance nutrition and economy the healthiest recipes in the world wouldn't help people if they couldn't afford the ingredients what's more she resolved to serve these humble dishes in the White House. Her efforts were covered by national newspapers and followed closely by housewives. There was a catch. These nutritious economic meals were awful. The first kitchen was turning out some of the most unpalatable meals in modern memory. The president himself was usually the test subject for these new dishes and he obligingly choked them down. Things like deviled eggs with tomato sauce and prune pudding in place of lavish dishes. The White House table was the stage for things like Spaghetti with boiled carrots. Cold jellied billion and bread and butter sandwiches served so much mutton that being grown sheep which is cheaper than lamb. Because it's much tougher that it became a joke throughout Washington. The first lady experimented with foods like milk corno a mix of dried milk powder and cornmeal developed by Cornell University milk. Porno could be eaten as a gruel like dish or worked into recipes. I was not brave enough to research. What those recipes might be. The bland meals became so notorious that visitors to the White House would eat before they went nutrition. Not Taste was paramount in the time of soup. Kitchens and bread lines and eleanor. Roosevelt was trying to use her table as a way of encouraging and inspiring other Americans to get through this uniquely challenging historical moment. It was just as well they got used to eating a limited range of food because FDR's presidency also included World War Two and the Roosevelt's eight rationed food just like everyone else Roosevelt's White House eight modestly in an act of culinary solidarity with the people who were suffering. Jane's Eagle men. The CO author of a square meal told The New York Times. Here's a sampling of menu items. The first family and the public general might have enjoyed in massive bunny ears spaghetti with carrots and white sauce. The sauce was basically just milk. Meatless loaf made with peace oatmeal peanuts. Rice and or cottage cheese. Whatever you could get your hands on Mulligan's stew any animal. You could kill or find dead with whatever veggies you could manage or anything. That would keep hungry. They for a few hours without killing you like sawdust. It was reportedly created by the massive homeless population during the depression. Where people in homeless or migrant worker camps would pool their resources so that everyone could eat none of my sources mentioned where the name Mulligan might have come from. We do know the name origin of another STU. Hoover Stu Herbert Hoover had been elected just in time for the crash. But Unlike the Roosevelt's he continued to live the good life in the White House. Shantytowns BECAME HOOVER. Villes and the soup from soup. Kitchens became hoover stu the weirdest one of all and this report is opinion was peanut butter in baked. Onions was a whole onion hollowed out stuffed with peanut butter and baked. Just because we have two things on hand doesn't mean we should eat them at the same time as Eagle men succinctly put it. Peanut butter has nothing to say to a baked onion. Some recipes sound like they shouldn't work but surprisingly do like mock Apple Pie. Apples weren't readily available. But Americans weren't willing to give up their conic Apple Pie. The apples in mock apple pie were actually Ritz crackers and it worked. If you're not already familiar with Youtuber Emmy made in Japan. I'll link her hard time series in the show notes and on the website. She all kinds of dishes from times of deprivation including hot water pie grapefruit. Peel steak toast soup. And even the Haitian dirt cookies which you can hear more about in episode number ninety four. My name is mud while we can be grateful that recipes like ketchup soup and peanut butter and mayonnaise. Sandwiches are behind us. Some food created during the depression is still with us. Meatloaf is a comfort food classic and shaping food into loaves go to during the Great Depression. The same goes for casseroles which were a good way to use up odds and ends or to mask less palatable ingredients the depression also gave us the mother of all comfort. Food Kraft Macaroni and cheese or kraft dinner for my friends up. North in Nineteen thirty seven craft heard about a salesman from the tender Roni. Macaroni Company of Saint Louis. A Scottish emigrant aimed grant Leslie going rogue and selling his noodles with packets of greeted kraft cheese attached. They hired him to promote the concept and started selling it for nineteen cents for four servings.
Seattle - Snohomish County officials urge residents to stay home as cases continue to rise
"Number of coronavirus cases continues to rise in Snohomish county como's Ryan Harris tells us the message from leaders there remains stay home there are more than eight hundred covert nineteen cases with eighteen deaths among Snohomish county residents and county health officer Dr Chris spinner says they've gone from thirty to fifty new cases a day last week to eighty to one hundred in the past few days once largely driving the incidents and the community is the transmission from individuals who either don't know they have the infection aren't very sick to their families and other close contacts bidders also says they're reaching out to long term care and other facilities with high risk populations with seven such facilities in the county with at least one covert nineteen case twenty five at sunrise view in Everett and twenty wanted Josephine caring community in stand would know how much county executive Dave Somers says they got nine pallets of personal protective gear from the federal stockpile Thursday night
Seattle - COVID-19 outbreak strikes 2 more long-term care facilities in Snohomish County
"The tragic loss of life inside of Kirkland's life care center illustrating how dangerous the virus can be especially for the elderly elder care facilities have been doing all they can to prevent the same thing from happening but Commons Carly Johnson reports to more facilities in Snohomish county have confirmed or probable covert nineteen cases health district isn't identifying which ones they are setting a low number hi Josephine caring community in Stan would is up to eighteen cases sunrise view convalescent center and retirement and average they have twenty two cases and there are three deaths among those two centers several staff members of both places are also out waiting for test results Dr Brendan Jackson epidemiologist with the covert response team at CDC says what happened at life care center is helping them form guidance for all elder care facilities during the crisis particular attention to increases in temperature even if not meeting the true criteria for a fever and in the heart rate or decline in oxygen levels by construction and other issue we keep hearing employees say they don't have the protective gear they need they've been trying to get gallons and masks on their own but those items are in short supply everywhere
4 Members Of South Shore Family Killed In Florida Crash
"Apart by tragedy on a highway in Florida is now opening up about their loss and their gratitude for members of a south shore family killed while on vacation in a crash right outside Disney world's WBZ's Laurie Kirby is here with more on that story Jeff in a time of unthinkable loss the family is expressing this morning appreciation for the outpouring of support from the Weymouth and Whitman community they sat down next of late with WBZ TV's Lisa Hughes at their home Shane Smith lost his wife Julie his five year old daughter Scarlett twin his son Jackson a sixth grader who loves soccer Jackson's organs saved at least four lives was heartened as you know is the liver were able to go to children that were younger than him and then his kidneys and as long as you're obviously given two separate but they're older you know considered young adults so you know at it certainly makes you feel good from the standpoint of that he was able to to help somebody you know that makes you feel better oh wait for Jackson his grandmother Josephine Faye his mother Julie Smith his five year old sister Scarlett will be held tomorrow a funeral mass will be held Saturday it's tough to hear all right
Judge Blocks Plan To Move Coronavirus Patients To California City For Quarantine
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Kennedy Ife death: Family cleared of 'exorcism' killing
"Okay prepare yourself. This is a bummer. August twenty. Sixteen paramedics are called to the FAA household. On Lancaster Avenue in Enfield North London Harry. Fa Rang to say that his brother Kennedy had quote gone a bit cold after feeling dehydrated and a bit weary is a British thing. It reminds me of Monty Python. The meaning of his leg was bitten. Sort of off. It might be. Yeah I love it I like it too. They sound so much classier than we do in America. Yeah it was dangling there was just GonNa plum ripped off so two and a half years later. Kennedy Phase Family was in court his parents Kenneth and Josephine and five brothers. Roy Harry Colonist Samuel and Daniel were on trial accused of manslaughter. According to some Kennedy phase parents and brothers believed that he was possessed by evil spirits and set about curing him with prayer and restraint that led to his death basically. They tried to perform an exorcism. This is not something that an amateur should try to do. Not Bring in a professional. You wouldn't Clean Your Own Sofa and expect good result. Why cast as above out of a loved one on your own. You wouldn't steal a policeman's CAP. Well there's an obscure reference. Somebody tell us what that's from and You will earn our undying respect so prosecution claimed that Kennedy who worked as an. It consultant was restrained for sixty seven hours in the seven bedroom mansion in Enfield and he was treated like an animal or detainee. The family described themselves as charismatic Christians and they held religious beliefs and thought that because Kennedy had become quote bewitched That they needed to cast out those those demons. The family together And according to the Lincoln page The Dad of the household Kenneth. Fa is a prominent public policy analysis. That's not a word analyst who had gone and advised for World Bank and the British government so later in Police Interview Colin. Fa One of the brothers stated that Kennedy had been behaving normally up until August. Thirteen That's when he ate at a Chinese buffet and started complaining of pain in his throat and he was finding it hard to sleep. Maybe he just had an allergy to peanuts or something. It's possible maybe he had indigestion who knows about five days later. He was complaining of seed in his stomach. He said that a python or a snake was inside of him. And this is according to Call an FA. He said that Kennedy believed that he had a demon inside his body wanting to kill him and this is what he told the court on August. Nineteen Kennedy became aggressive again. This is all according to the family during their trial. They said that he bit his father and threatened to cut off his own penis rather than taking him to a doctor His mother who is known to their church as sister Joe. She sought advice from their minister. Colin went onto describe. That Kennedy had become aggressive He was shouting about the mark of the beast and When the volunteers from the church came to the house one of them His name was Andrew and his last name. I'm not even going to begin to try to pronounce He was a volunteer at Jesus Sanctuary Ministries He prayed for Kennedy at the House along with two other ministers known as brother Peter and Brother Emeka and he told the court when I arrived. I was informed that we've been instructed to attend the address of sister. Joe To pray for Kennedy. They went to sister. Joe's house and They were gathered in the living room. He said that he saw Kennedy laying down on the city. He had a phone in his hand. He seemed to be typing something on his phone texting. Or whenever Andrew said I said high he said high and he looked me directly in the eyes. He did look unwell. He looked tired and as they began praying for him. Kennedy's father walked into the room with a man from different church and this is according to the volunteer from Jesus Sanctuary Ministries so Andrew added. I believed he was a pastor but I had never seen him before. Sister Jo asked if that man could take over he prayed for God to keep Kennedy. And he'll him. He then said that he was actually kind of angry. That he'd been asked to come out there and then was asked to leave immediately because some Rando Dude showed up. I'm paraphrasing of course. I think it was brother Rando Dude but he did report that Kennedy looked like he had a fever and that he was not as bright as he had been in. The past. One of the lawyers asked. Did you see Kennedy bound at any time during your stay and Andrew replied no and then they clarified. He was conscious. He greeted you Did you see that? There was any time where Kennedy appeared like he was not in his right mind and and he said no he. He seemed okay so he left Monday. August twenty second another brother Harry. Faa phoned nine nine nine and said that Kennedy was struggling to breathe. Paramedics arrived but Kennedy was already dead. The court heard that when police arrived at the House. The family was carrying out what they called an attempted. Resurrection Kennedy was laying face down on the floor and they were standing over him saying Kennedy. I command you to rise in the name of Jesus this did not work and during the trial a prosecutor. Tim Little claimed that the family had restrained Kennedy for sixty seven hours before laying him out on the ground and trying to resuscitate him when he stopped breathing. What kind of restraint they did. They go into detail was handcuffed and they used cable ties. Like Zip Taif my God. I can't find a comfortable position when I have the flu Yeah no this was not a great situation and I imagine it was scary for everyone involved especially the one being Zip ties tied. Who believes that? He's filled with demons. According to the prosecutor the family put misguided religious beliefs above this young man's health and wellbeing whether or not he was possessed by a demon or evil spirits. Obvious Common Sense concludes that he needed help. A pathologist found more than sixty injuries on Kennedy all consistent with forceful restraint. Did he find any snakes in his stomach? No snakes in not a single one that would have been a cool ending Sister Joe Mom said that the restraint was justified because Kennedy Post threat to himself but neither sister Joe or Dad said they knew where the handcuffs came from They also struggled with where the cable ties came from each suggesting. That media workman had left them from work that he had done years before. But one of the brothers Roy later told jurors that he bought the handcuffs on Ebay as part of a abandoned plan to go into part-time security. Work Yeah why? Did they have further on them? Sir No one was sure of who put the handcuffs or the restraints on Kennedy and everyone said Oh I don't know who did it no one saw any particular abuses being Laid on him by any particular person. It was just kind of this group. Effort that No one had any recollection of exactly how the events took place. Maybe they were the ones possessed. Maybe after the police were called Roy. One of the brothers told jurors that he panicked and took the handcuffs out of the House and threw them over the neighbor's fence. Which to me says that they knew that this was not the correct course of action. Sure if you're hiding evidence you you knew that this wasn't the right thing to be doing. Mr Little said that Claims that Kennedy was only held down. Temporarily were outlandish that. There's no way that the injuries caused him by these handcuffs and these zip ties were created just from the the individual instances that they said that they had to restrain him that he was obviously restrained for a lengthy period of time. Which because this whole process took place over? The course of three days leads me to believe. He was probably restrained for three days. The siblings all made the same choice. Not TO GIVE EVIDENCE AND BE. Subjected to the same scrutiny. According to the prosecutor however Kenneth Josephine Mom and Dad Roy Harry Colin Daniel Daniel. Daniel and Samuel were all cleared of manslaughter false imprisonment and causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable adult between the dates of August nineteen and twenty third 2016. It seems as though because they held these religious beliefs and they held them deeply that the jury felt that they were not liable for this man's cardiac arrest and death even though they held him down and restrained him and caused his death but they didn't according to the jury.
What we know about the crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant
"Shock and sadness in or Kobe Bryant and eight other people including one of Bryant's daughters killed Sunday in a helicopter crash in Calabasas California the helicopter took off from John Wayne airport in Orange County where Kobe Bryant and his family lived around nine oh six AM the crash occurred in foggy conditions about forty minutes later there were no survivors Brian was on his way to a basketball game we're told with this thirteen year old daughter Gianna when the helicopter crashed orange coast college in Costa mesa has confirmed that head baseball coach John all the belly his daughter who's a teammate of Brian's daughter and also bellies wife were also among the victims Bryant was forty one Jim route Los Angeles senses were garden lit up in Lakers colors Sunday night where New York NBA fans mourn the loss of a great player there was a sense of disbelief among the fans arriving here for Sunday's mix and that's game Josephine heard the news on the train coming in from Suffolk County it's sad it really is sad you know is forty one years old he finally we talk was about to join his family and this happens the thirty okay but with them when they were on their way to play basketball is just very sad Kobe Bryant considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time a constant presence in the sports world for fans like Richard from the Bronx he lived to be a legend I mean I'm I mean when I first started I don't know personally but I know him personally Roger stern ten ten wins outside Madison Square
Gerald Stern reads Torn Coat
"This week. We spoke Oke with Gerald Stern in New York City. Stern says he's been writing poetry for thousand years. When people see how old I am? They say are visual writing. Are you kidding technically. It's been eighty three years. He started writing at the age of twelve. The poem torn in coach. which you are about to hear borrows the phrase from Joyce who borrowed the phrase from one of these ups fables? The aunt worked all summer summer saving food. For the winter. The grasshopper lean disalvo spit. Tobacco had a good time came to winter in the aunt had plenty to eat and the grass out for head. Nothing the grasshopper begs is the anti give him food. And the ant says no Joyce's concept in Finnegans wake was a great hct. Hernan will expecting expecting grace to befall him from the grace of God or whoever gives grace so joyce renamed the animal a grace hopper oper. Here's Gerald Stern reading. The poem torn coat recorded his to have forgotten the torn coat of Vicky Zamora Korea from Puccini's La. boheme enter. Remember the other coats for Mao Torre on down and look what it is to give your own code away three times now and to walk shivering in three different countries countries of tears. The opportunity in tears for a horse all bone on hillside without a blanket in him laughing at me because there were no tears left for freezing grace hct. I don't know how to explain this but sometimes reading poems that come in a word just leaps out at you and Dan you never for you now. You never forget the word but you never forget where you I sort of thought about it and and I think most people not to give things away or says them terribly of the but when you get to the end of the home in you see grace hopper as a word you think it's Typo in thank. Thank my colleagues here kept querying. Let's racer but when I saw it I just the Joyce didn't come to mind. I'll be honest but I knew I knew. A grace hopper is a perfect thing to have come into existence if it isn't already there and so you know the poem had me with the very last word I mean what comes before is lovely and I'm very fond of this palm but I think it had be at grace oper. Yes in. It's a great gift. That a poem can give you a a word or a phrase that just sort of lodges itself and there's you know I'll be looking around wherever I go now for Grace Sir grace home and I and I think one or two. Yes yeah it does it. It really startles you sort of at that ending. Yeah it makes you just make your way all the way up the palm again and just looking to how we got there. It's a one-sentence in this poem. It's it's really moving and turning towards that culmination and man. There's so many coats in the wrong and I ages started thinking about all the coats that we know. I mean not only the ones that are listed here like the Puccini coat but Josephine is many colored coat. And even you know Yates's code and I made my song. Coat covered with embroideries out evolve mythologies it's like that's part of what's going on in this poem as well but it also seems to me it's taking some of of these coats out of their mythological mantles an into this moment of generosity. Right look what it is is to give your own code away three times now and to walk shivering in three different countries. And I think it's just so hard to talk about an act of kindness like that without it being a sort of shall we say virtue signaling or something like that and one of the one of the ways that this poem really distances itself from. That seems to me as using the you rather than the I if we assume that maybe the I actually did these things. And and also that repetition of look what it is you know look what it is to have forgotten the torn code in the Puccini Opera. And look what it is to give your our own code away. And there's a kind of parallelism about that in which forgetting in giving away seem to be laterally positioned there there and I really appreciated that about this poem. Because it's it's about so much I mean it's about the presence and sort of symbolic mobility of some of these coats in poetry and in the Old Testament and in you know sort of their all of these again all of these codes but then also there. Are these acts of kindness. That can happen as we're told three times now and speaker of the poem doesn't really fully say that he in this case gave his coat away but just look what it is to give your own code away so it becomes. The coat becomes transformed into something that can actually help to warm a real living person Jason or a horse who was all bones on hillside without a blanket. I love the way this poem made all of that happen. It's a short poem home. And the texture of it is very complex complexly woven the title of course is torn coat and yet when you get through that part about that tears. Here's for the opportunity tears for horse. It's sort of tears. Tears happening somehow there and when you think of torn born coat you're liable to think of a coat that's been in use for a long time or as experienced like its owner Sir hardships. You know it's torn and there's sort of an interesting interesting kind of thing that happens when you realize that you've been describing. The poem is about. It's about many things but if you give your own code oh two way then you go back to is like was it torn off. You know you you gave it away. What kind of coat was it? Well it could be any kind of co because there are so many precedents. Yes yes as a as a kind of covering is very eerie. Because you have to think about so many in different kinds of things simultaneously. You have to think about all these coats you have to think about. You know most people are capable of generosity. One if you give a code away you might do that once Twice three times. That's a Lotta coat giving away that's right and it's it's like at the same time the landscape in which this occurs sort of move salon from like the kind of culture urban world of the the opera to mount hor on down all the way down. And then you're left with this horse all bone on a hillside in you have to think about the freezing Graham because ultimately if you encounter a freezing grace hopper can you give it a coat. What is the right coat for freezing grace hopper so there are many gifts given their eater in this palm but most of them are kind of questions that have no oh answers you sort of have to peel off meaning for yourself the way? The poem describes peeling off
"josephine" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"I wonder how often she's sat down and reflected how ridiculously Farshid come from her childhood from rats to a French estate and doing all of this well before the age of thirty. I might add in one thousand nine hundred thirty two Josephine toured Europe extensively again returned again to the Casino du Paris or depre- for another long run of shows nineteen thirty-three three she wanted a world tour the briefly include parts of Asia and Africa in Nineteen thirty four Josephine starred in another film one called Zuzu that was written specifically for her to the extent at the main character would even name Josephine that one was apparently really bad no liked still loved her nineteen thirty five took another crack back in the movies and did another film entitled Princesse Tam Tam It was also pretty bad and then she gave up on films camera acting required subtler expressions and movements and her instinct was always to go real big. 'cause that's what worked on on the live stage nineteen thirty five Pedo Book Josephine with the Zigfried follies and show that was to include Fanny Brice in Bob hope the early the famous American entertainer with musical numbers by IRA Gershwin Josephine Baker would be the first black woman to appear zigfried follies and it turns out she'd also be the last Shimpo sailed to New York where she was reminded that despite being a huge star in Europe and South America she was still a second class citizen. The state's sheep took a cabinet or hotel. The statements are more. It's only to have the manager check them in and then scold them and tell them the Josephine would never be allowed to walk through the lobby again when when an old lover of hers from Paris came to New York Josephine spent several nights with him in a rented apartment in Harlem Pedo didn't love it. He began increasingly frustrated an upset over her affairs affairs was affecting his physical health and he returned to Paris and then a few months later Josephine received news of a Peter Really did get sick and he died of cancer. He spent his last weeks tidying up her financial affairs so maybe he wasn't a parasite. Maybe it wasn't just trying to take her money. Maybe he really really cared for her. seems that he did Josephine fell into deep depression for months. After his death she arrived back in Paris on June second nineteen thirty six day before her thirtieth birthday wanted to celebrate the Big Three. Oh in Paris she was was lonely after Pepitas death they never married you know legally because I said you know she was still legally married to Philly Willie Philly Baker all those years but when she was in the US she did obtain legal divorce from him suddenly long to get married and have kids but despite the fact that the French were less racist than Americans more than willing to to carry out affairs with her most Frenchmen were not married her often due to family opinion on the matter of mary-anne black woman so sad that she's still in her beloved France encountered a fair amount of racism finally Josephine. I've seen Meta good-looking an athletic twenty seven Jewish man name John Lyon or Leeann Memphis spill line pretty bad name John Line amendment. I'm at the stables where she wrote her horse. Tomato of course also had a horse. There's there's any animal. She didn't have John Lyon. was a pilot taught Josephine to fly shoot actually obtained her pilot's license. The John Proposed Josephine thirty first birthday and they were married later in one thousand nine hundred seven at her wedding Josephine wore a top hat and a full length stabled for and addressed the crowd saying haven't haven't we all got a heart. Haven't we all got the same ideas about happiness isn't the same for everyone. Isn't it the same for every woman in love at the end of the ceremony sports been and fired their rifles and firemen to to their trombones with this marriage Josephine finally became illegal citizens of France after being beloved there for so many years she told together pressure you was happy but the marriage marriage didn't go much better than the first to their schedules were completely opposite and they didn't see eye to eye on how marriage was gonNA work. Although you know John had been attracted by Josephine's flamboyant performer persona he thought once they were married she would settle down and be a typical French wife attending to close meals business. Thank you notes kids. Although Josephine had long to be a wife can have a normal life. She soon realized she could not leave the stage she also had a miscarriage which put more strain on the marriage when she found out John was having an affair Josephine retaliated by I haven't one of our own and then by nineteen thirty nine their marriage was foundering and then they were divorced by nineteen forty in early September nineteen thirty nine France formally declared war after Germany. I invaded Poland fucking hole in messing things up for France typical. You know how they would Josephine was recruited into law day Huma Barrel of a bureau may the French Military Intelligence Organization. I know it's the the French military intelligence organisation if don't like one of the words they needed someone who could travel collected his first information without attracting attention and Josephine made the perfect choice because of touring when Josephine was asked by the head of Military Terry Intelligence Jacques opt to engage this work. She said France made me what I am. I will be grateful forever. The people of Paris had given me have given me everything they have given me their hearts. I've given them mine. I am ready captain to give them my life. You may use me as you wish. She's a fucking spy now. How cool is that and our words made clear that not only wish you motivated by hatred of racism but by her love the Parisians in France Josephine was was told us her social contact with Ted as many embassy parties as possible just appear carefree carefree and frivolous but keep an ear to the ground about German troop locations in Italy's plans for entering the war everyday Josephine reported for work at a Red Cross Center in a run down section Peres to to help prepare for refugees fleeing from Nazis Military Intelligence also told her look for possible German spies amongst the homeless refugees Once Week Josephine Sutphin flew a plane with Red Cross supplies to Belgium with the Red Cross shelter perform for the troops on the front lines during the Christmas season of nineteen thirty nine she sent fifteen hundred presents with a signed and photo of herself to French soldiers on the frontlines and I'm guessing if anyone had been measuring this specifically they would have seen a giant spike in French frontline masturbation late that Christmas night like you know I'm right? If you're a dude or you know Deutz you know there might as the Nazis invaded Holland and other countries to the north of France in May nineteen forty increasing numbers of wounded flooded into Paris Josephine helped tend to them through Red Cross work also saying to them in the wards comforting them entertaining them in June nineteen forty German soldiers marched towards Paris and the Germans did not exterminate blacks as they did us they did consider them inferior and had a four sterilization policy in the Rhineland Moreover. Joseph was married read at a public outspoken critic of Nazism so as Parisians fled the city Josephine did not want to go but she was convinced that she would be of more use to the cause if she relocated to the south of France Josephine went to live in southern French chateau she'd read to before the Germans officially occupied Paris on June fourteenth nineteen forty soon soon the Germans were moving now to occupy the south of France and Josephine went to the neutral nation of Portugal where she was struck with pneumonia as she mostly recovered she was warned of the impending in German occupation instructed to head to one of the French colonies in northern Africa so Josephine send a friend to travel north to her home near Paris to collect some animals not going to let them be left behind find clothing three monkeys two white mice two white mice that is that's pretty sweet if you love you're GonNa hate me saying this. I I don't think I give a fuck about the mice I would like yeah. Get the monkeys in the in the dogs. What about the mice? He's pratice. Let Them Go. They'll probably be okay. She's like a patron. Saint of animals bojangles just told me she's his favorite subject. We sucked so far shells managed to get passports for Jewish film producer and several other refugees. Oh Jeez to help them get out fly out of France safely and she goes to Algiers from Algiers. Josephine relocates to Casablanca in Morocco Josephine student takes another trip to Portugal again pretending to beyond tour this time she's carrying information to transmit on the margins of her sheet music she would later say the destiny of our allies and consequently consequently. The Free French was written in part over the pages of some of my music when she returned to Morocco she and some friends moved the seaport town of Marrakesh where I really want Joe Lindsey. I really want to go there. about that time. Josephine becomes pregnant again from who no one knows and then suffers another miscarriage and sadly this one results in an emergency hysterectomy she subsequently developed infection quickly becomes peritonitis and then septicemia antibiotics not really routinely available until the late nineteen forties septicemia usually fatal so luckily she does survive because he's a bad ass mother sucker for next two and a half years she wrote in jeeps over the desert of North Africa entertaining allied troops under very very rough conditions she sang in hospitals bringing happiness and comfort to wounded soldiers. She began to tour and donate all the money she made to France's Nazi resistance efforts and by the autumn of nineteen forty four she raised three million one hundred and forty-three thousand Franks for the war effort as reward she was given the honorary rank of the French air force course lay fillet daily air issued uniform on August twenty fifth nineteen forty four Paris was liberated in Joseph. Joseph Josephine returned to Paris. I worry that uniform of all the thousands of high fashion closing cost him shoe she'd worn Bodman Given Josephine's said it was his air force uniform that she was by for the most proud of Josephine returned a pair of shoes regarded as a heroine other performance or other performers have been accused of ties with the Germans during the Nasi occupied France in fact one a famous one Maurice Chevrolet was briefly arrested interrogated but Josephine resume performing in Paris immediately no one suspected her of having any ties and she started performing in France. you know as soon as German troops would leave each area she would go do shows when the Germans surrendered Josephine went to Germany to saying for the inmates of the newly liberated butch walled who were too sick to be moved. Many of whom were dying it was an experienced so sad and tragedy would never talk about it. in one thousand nine forty six Josephine fell in love again this time with the band leader of the band who accompanied her and a lot of these military shows job Leon they were married right on June third nineteen forty seven on forty first birthday and a civil ceremony and then a Catholic one Josephine had been raised Baptist thought to have converted to Judaism during her marriage Johnny Leone or John Lyon excuse me but you'd never been a Catholic however as later wrote for Josephine God was everything I have seen her enter a cathedral a synagogue synagogue a mosque a temple and show the same respect for her. It wasn't one religion or another but simply the idea of God that was everywhere. I like that Josephine appeared to have had the same open minded in accepting view of religion she did of race in December nineteen forty seven Josephine and Joe traveled to America or she appeared in a show called Perez sings again the American critics pain her stating her costumes and more talent than she did in her performances man fucking America tough not to crack Josephine Baker Joseph encounter purvey pervasive racism in America New York City. She and Joe had to go to thirty six hotels before they found one that would allow a mixed race couple to stay under their roof segregation. Still Rampant Josephine fought against every chance she got as one of her tour producers later said she used the drinking fountains the lunch counters and the ladies room they threw her ass. It's out and she would walk right back. In Hale Nimr Yeah Yeah Hey was fina Joe slink Minster Mother and sister to return to France on this trip by promising obviously now nude experience a freedom. They've never known in America before she left Josephine spoke at Fisk University in all Black College in Nashville Nashville about the equality of the racist and France she went back back to France with renewed determination to fight racism in the US in nineteen fifty one. The management of Copa City Nightclub Ambi tried to book Josephine while she was touring in Cuba Woah. She told him she would only perform if blacks were allowed to attend they refused and then up their offer to ten thousand dollars a week and she told on the day could suck her fucking Dick Choke on it you white devils Fox no she didn't say that but she held her ground with class and dignity refused to performance club club four segregation and she won eventually the club agreed.
"josephine" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Had a giant moving doll of her alongside a sign that said you can have a body like Josephine Baker. If you use fillets cream too many young frenchwomen she became a symbol of liberation liberated. You know you know women's rights. She was a symbol of sexual liberation for Women Peres impressive artists community also is in love with her She posed for Picasso numerous times and many other famous artists artists artists saying years later the Picasso did not see the outside but saw inside he was very intense and very strong he pulled you to him and then like indulge celebrities do starting to weird from time to time maybe not great for one's mental health to be getting sell famous so fast start showing up late for her own shows start to get a little casually performances here and there. There's a story about her eating lobster an address room when it was time to go on stage and when the stage manager pounded on her door she was annoyed the hero interrupted for meal and demanded that you go out and do her show so she just took her lobster onstage in eight in front of the crowd who apparently I thought it was just an odd part of the performance and helped it so what you'll make active weirder. She's getting on lots of extra animals so many charts bringing them to the theater now they would find rabbits nest in the wardrobes white mice in the drawers cats dogs and birds fucking everywhere baby tiger a Boa constrictor where some of the more exotic animals. She brought to her her job. She brought a young goat and a pig into theater she says you later she'd find animals more trustworthy than people would have a variety of pets for the rest of her life. Now I WANNA make it for just a little while like how would it be to be allowed to get that weird. I swear big enough. I don't need to bring a tiger. I JUST WANNA be big enough to have Mike doodles. Penny pooper and Ginger Bell be slowly lowered down to the stage during a standup show. I WANNA wear little capes and crowns sitting a little thrones. Maybe even happened a long time now and they're not even live. Maybe they're stuffed. Maybe it makes even weirder place to but I pet him and talk to them as if they still are live throughout the show. That's why I know I've made it. When I you get to do that? Kinda Shit and still sell tickets just being cut her first music record nine hundred twenty six. I actually listened to a ton of Josephine Baker musical physical you know doing the research for this for this podcast is good. It's way different than what I usually listen to. She'd sing songs in both French and English. I think are most familiar at least to me. He's blue skies. This is one from when she was young just getting going. Her voice is not as confident strong later but I still like it. Listen listen to this this this is a little bit of Josephine Baker Blue Skies it would be average cloudy or and grayness on me. Nothing it was nice quietly airbags in the background Akron just a little thing being things don't think the thing don't don't don't think keeping sometimes it's really sweet New Year Banjo in the background but also in nineteen twenty six josephine but I really liked. I listened to her. Yeah Tom this last couple of days and there's just something about her. Voice doesn't have great range. It never got like super powerful but there's just no again. Is that in fact there's something to it. It's like yeah I like that. I like listening to that doesn't help or it doesn't hurt me that she is a preposterous faucets tractive as well that never hurts also 1926 Josephine met a strange little man named Giuseppi Al Pacino claimed to be from Rome was really from Palmiro. A man who by trade was either a stonemason or possibly a bricklayer of acclaimed to be royalty claiming he was count petito the Albertino character he's thirty-seven-year-old in your own dance instructor part-time Gigolo -scribed as being of average height with swept back Dr Care Small Mustache and a dark dark deep set eyes seen pictures of him and he just is gotta gotTa Energy look about him. elegantly dressed he sported a monocle cigarette holder carried a walking cane. He was handsome and Suave. Fuck weird crazy crazy and Josephine fell in love with him he would quickly become her manager. Also at times assistant also husband never legally marry because technically she's still married to William Baker. Oh Oh Willie number two from back in Philly Oh philly Willie Josephine and Pepito would have an odd relationship some saw him as a parasite clinging onto Josephine gene used for her money other saw him as a saint always standing by Josephine when she'd have sexual affairs with a variety of other men that she did not try to hide from him and that he was not into but the the other had some kind of arrangement or he just put up with it in nineteen twenty seven Baker starting her first silent film called Silent Siren of the tropics sorted Kapito. This is why some people thought he was a little bit parasite he gave himself three different paying jobs in this project he was producer helped direction and played a small role onscreen even though no one cared at all of us in this movie Oh you're not the movie tells a story of a native girl named Papa toll played by Baker who falls in love with the Frenchman named Andrei bevill and to be honest for me doesn't hold up I couldn't keep paying attention to it for more than a few minutes time but to be fair. I'm not someone who enjoys old silent movies from the twenties in general. I don't think I've ever like to single one. I've watched you know compared compared to now they just. Ma Opinion made Super Shady movies and I think of course they did. I don't buy it when people get really into like era film. I not as fucking this terrible. They were just getting started. They didn't know what they were doing. Track again. Despite not being a fan of wooden caption dialogue like Papa also spoil you the rent money and if view do not believe me you ask Bam Boola. It felt like they took the writers fucking ten minutes to write this entire movie. I will say Josephine is super graceful graceful in it her body controls amazing shakes dancing and complicated movements look as easy just walk in a breathing and she looks somehow. This is interesting about her to me. Somehow very modern like an eerie degree agree like a horror movie. She would like start like talking directly to me like she looks like she has to be still alive somewhere. Does it make sense like sometimes I see the old footage I think yeah like someone who longtime ago. Dogs like someone who lived in a time before modern dental care and find lotions someone who never got a chance to use sunscreen someone who never heard of a push up or multivitamin but some people I think are I'm sorry yes all those people I see I see I think we'll have you prison for Sherban dental on time but then other people might talk doc what how does this footage from a hundred years ago like you look across the street right now with Josephina thinks she looks like she part of the screen and not only blend in today's Today's modern society but dominated again become star again like she would crush instagram even though I didn't love it siren the tropic dig positive reviews from critics and the public alike people in Sweden aiden liked it so much that it was made of her in her likeness sold in Stockholm shops who staff ooh that's nice though rub and tug and the daughter Oh look at the Darla voted on your part American movie producers in Hollywood also WanNa Josephine to perform in their films and she turned him down which speaks to her star power she was so successful in Europe. Jill live in France so much she was like yeah. I'll fucking eat Hollywood. Nineteen Twenty eight Josephine appeared on a world tour of sorts twenty four cities in Europe and South America Erica back when he couldn't just buy direct flights or any kind of flights back before motion sickness pills no thank you this is Josephine would encounter some hardcore racism again now for the first time since you left America the Nazi movement is getting stronger. It's growing along with other racially intolerant and tolerant groups Eastern Europe also the Catholics protester performances performances fiercely in someplace like Vienna on the grounds of moral indecency in Vienna the Catholic Church actually held extra emergency masses directly Lia prior to her performances as if her dancing around topless was going to rip open a portal to hell. I am here is Satan. The dock titties have stood me for my eternal slumber gyrating African hips mimicking very natural in life-affirming out to procreation creation have pushed God himself to give me permission to bring forth an army of demons the punish you for allowing those Dr Titties Joe Flap about in front of previously pure white men seriously what the fuck is wrong with people like the ridiculous shit that the people get worked up about making me so angry consistently the Australian parliament voted as to whether or not she'd be legally allowed to perform in their country you know and she was barely allowed allowed by the government again. Those dark titties watch a moral decadence might they unleash amongst the white folk. They'll watch one dancing. I'm just abandoned the white families and start fucking each other in the street when Josephine returned to Berlin where she previously been warmly embraced Nazism it got much much stronger foothold Nazi hecklers start showing for her performances literally just yelling racial slurs at her the middle of fucking show disrupting the performance until Josephine Josephine couldn't stand it had to cancel her remain performances Munich outright bans her from performing altogether right can't risk getting no superior area Ryan Dick's hard might make white men question. They're silly racist beliefs. If they get Boehner's over those dark titties luckily elsewhere in Europe she's received warmly in Romania and outdoor theatre Josephine dances or banana dance in the rain storm tossing away her umbrellas part as a makeup runs interface her face you know getting poured onto the costume disintegrates and the crowd goes wild Scandinavian audience has also loved her. Even though one Danish pastor had campaigned against her morality he attended a performance and became so thoroughly converted that he stood up in Sheridan the Swedish royal family excuse me attend to her performances including the Crown Prince Gustaf whom she's rumored to have had a little romantic fling with the girl who dreamed of Rotea may have had some routine or bedroom which have been kind of mind blowing in Amsterdam she did the Charleston and Dutch wooden clogs to the delight of the crowd Josephine found controversy controversy get in South America Argentina. The Catholic parties protested her as immoral the nation's president agreed but an anti-government party adopted her as a symbol of their ongoing political battles supported her at one performance. Both factions protested got into a little fight fights and started throwing firecrackers with one another which is a weird way to be angry one another like I it didn't evolve into a real brawl. Just you know just showed up and through our crackers wearing committees and Shit I guess grown men act like weird. 10-year-olds Josephine returns to Paris. He's offered another starring role time. In at another theater called Casino Day petty and this show she would sing she would sing and shows for the rest of her career. Songwriter Vincent Scotto would would hire was hired to write a romantic ballad just for her that would complement lament her voice and you know her modest range he wrote some French shit that translates to I have two loves referring to her love for both Paris in America and it almost immediately sold three two hundred thousand copies shortly after this Paul Varna one of the owners of the Casino a gifted Josephine with a Tame Cheetah knowing that she likes animals now she has achieve she names Chiquita. She's living in fucking zoo. She puts a collar on the Cheetah. The caller is adorned with expensive square diamonds so over the top and she just walks cheat around Paris and sometimes it would get loose. Luckily didn't kill anybody on several different occasions she brought it to theaters and it got away from her and just one time jumped into the orchestra pit. fucking terrorized terrorizing musicians this thing slept in her bed slept in the bed with Josephina Pedo and he gets a pita wasn't fan. I bet not man penny ginger sleep in bed with Lindsay and I I'm fine with that but I would not be fine with a cheetah the might slice faces animal the night and where was it cheetahs saying they weren't in a little hotel room anymore. Josephine and Pepito bought a thirty room mansion in an upscale suburb in the Western Bank of the river. It was named the beautiful oak because of the gorgeous oak trees that line the long driveway it looked almost like a fairy tale castle complete with pointed turrets dormer windows medieval shields I mean she is living like a royal life now. Each room this place had its own theme from a Louis the fourteenth bedroom to an Indian room with temple bells in a room next to the master bedroom. She installed cages for monkeys monkeys in another room. should an avery for parrots parakeets cockatiels cockatoos Roman the ground ducks chickens geese pheasants Turkeys all sorts of flower gardens on the estate to the point that she hired full three full time gardeners. Keep it all pretty shell so started a little vegetable garden herself. She worked on his longtime dream of hers..
"josephine" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"After meeting the two decided to get married things moved fast and they get married. Both their families met at the church. The two were wed.. Both families. Were apparently cool with it. I mean I I mentioned she was thirteen right different types. The marriage wouldn't last long young Willie wasn't much of a moneymaker. He wasn't a better provided in her father. Step father in Young Josephine truly just a kid you no yelled at him about not following through on whatever foolish promises and he's sixteen year old boy would make the situation and then one night when only been married for a few months we'll he burst into the house. We're staying with Josephine's parents carrying Arthur at the time he ran past carrying Arthur who were sitting there. Living Room bolted up stairs to his and Josephine's room yelling. Come on out here. Let me break your neck back door. Slam shut behind him when carrying Arthur her too loud smashing banging the ran upstairs into the room Josephine was standing there holding a broken bottle willie was a standing in shock blood pouring down his face from a deep cut just above his eye Josephine simply said I was defending myself Willie ran off to get to the doctor to get his is stitched and he never never came back that was the end of the marriage which never been made legal through the courthouse anyway shortly before this fight Josephine at bought a bassinet and there are rumors homers. She was pregnant her brother Richard will go on to think that after we left Josephine got a back alley abortion in this room would lead other speculated this alleged abortion may have somehow damage to reproductive organs enough to make difficult later in life for her to carry a pregnancy to full term nineteen twenty to age fourteen Josephine was recruited from the old chauffeur's club into the Jones family band who essentially locally known street performers learned to play trombone and we play in dance and sometimes even singing the band end would often play in front of the local Booker T. Washington theatre entertaining those who waited to buy ticket or those who were pouring out after watching show and one of these shows she caught the eye of the theaters manager manager. Tommy two fingers teacup teacup wasn't Thomas Real last name they called him that because he was from London England and they call it two fingers because you only had two fingers on each hand which wasn't actually true get thumps on each end but it didn't Tom Tommy Two thousand because Saint Louis already had Tommy to dumps Tommy two thumbs no chance that guy was called no chance because we try to beat him in a game with wrestling you had no chance of winning because you know he had to to to your one and that's why he was Missouri State Dumb Rasim champion from nineteen o six to nineteen thirty five the two Russell. I like to Rattle Guy Starts Utilities now real sorry sexy to get a small stroke about the time I said Tommy to pingers teacup 'cause that's when I started lying back of just a bit during one of our street performances in front of the Booker T. Washington Theatre Josephine. Ti leaders manager whose real name was Red Burnett Burnett. That's right now. We're talking again years later. Redwood recall I seen Josephine saying she was a bitty thing. Standing there singing to the people shed a lovely voice and Kinda handled herself like Diana Ross she was just thrilling. He made a mental note that as soon as he got a chance he'd find south of her to do and help out the theater. Take her off the streets. His opportunity came a few weeks later when the weekly show at the theater was being given by touring troupe called the dixie steps there producer Bob problem his troop was short and act during the previous previous week's book and in Kansas City is husband wife. Kali team had fallen out with each other so badly that they'd split both personally and professionally gone their separate ways now needed a replacement a Burnett one side of the Jones Family Band Old Man Jones was sent for the whole family including Josephine was worked into the show. The band was scheduled to perform two spots and during one of them Josephine would do a little comedy dance. Her dancing was a hit she later say seeing everybody looking at me. Electrified me is if I'd had a sluggish Jin as a touring comic for coming up on twenty. I totally get it and a good crowd can make phil well when you're sick. Make feel rested when you're exhausted and if you're already feeling good make you feel like the most alive you've ever felt and his red Brunette proudly recalled years later the minute. She hit the stage Archer back like an animal she she just like a rooster flipping tail. She was a natural by now at age fourteen Josephine's huge repertoire of steps or leg goofiness interface pulling her you know making silly faces who was beginning to develop into a style entirely her own. She was a true original. Never stick into a set routine. She didn't really know any set routines. Instead she just kind of jump into whatever next step felt right she just completely improvised dances and the spirit spirit of the music just like a proficient jazz player do a she became like this living dancing embodiment of jazz of the Jazz era too many she jumped from one appropriate routine to another other like good Blues Guitarist Houston Right Scales kind of whip up the appropriate solo on the fly for whatever key the song was in producer. Bob Russell was amused enough by Josephine's dancing to hire her in the Jones family band to stay with troop for the rest of its tour. She happily accepted how cool she's going on tour think about where she was just a few years ago be incentive by her mom to be a child made and sleep in his cellar with a three legged dog no fence bojangles sleeping in a bed with her entire family choosing to lay on the floor of the fucking rats to get away from the Smell over overstep dad's feet using newspapers for blankets no longer going to have to eat our old discarded fruit nails. No longer have to steal a little chunks of coal to make a couple of pennies for the family those lay days of Vaudeville hundreds of acts touring theaters all over America mostly booked by few big agencies assembling shows and sending them out on the road. The Big White Book is the time where the United Booking Office booking office yeah run by BEF Keith Edward Albee an agency long defunct folks now and the William Morris Agency which is very much still around William Morris merged with another talent company. If years back is now known as William Morris Endeavor or sometimes just as endeavor her. I remember meeting William Moore's agents early micro to comedy festival in South Beach and Florida desperately wanted them to want to sign me. They did not Dang it. Oh my heck luckily many years later. UTA would sign. I love work with them and William Moore's can suck my Dick now better at all better bitterness black performers nineteen twenty they had their own agency the theater owners booking association known as Toba which functioned most in the south and Midwest hiring blacks to play only two blacks very segregated. It was told that it was handling the Dixie steppers tour title would die with the Great Depression not that many years later some of the theaters which the White Vaudevillians played were pretty terrible but the places is it. We're the black performers played were always worse. Many were rickety wooden shacks off with leaking roofs broken seats. Sometimes members of the audience had to sit on the floor but the Dixie steppers made made the best of whatever venue they were performing. May My reminds you. The early stand appears most road comics attorney comics that travel and do shows all the countries opposed to comics who tend to stick into you know one or two markets like New York or la where they do stand up at night usually do something else from the day. It's a writer actor producer anyways. There's a lot of road comics. When I got started traveling in late two thousand early two thousand one we get paid? I tour working one nighters essentially a one nighter any venue that decides to have comedy either one show a week or even less like once.
"josephine" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The rope thousands of black residents would tried streaming across the bridges into Saint Louis when the race war got into full swing and most would never make it police shut down. You know the road to escape so no one could escape kept him pinned on the bridge. Desperation tried to swim the jumped off the bridge drown in the river. It was a chaotic dramatic scene mothers carrying infants they fled the city menus and baby carriages trying to push elderly disabled and they're few pitiful possessions to safety crying children carrying household. Oh pets when it was all over the war was over after another day of looting and violence and Firas on July Third Congressional Investigating Committee reported that at least eight whites and thirty nine nine negroes were killed. That's their quote the blast black rights organization that end up Lacey Pe- estimates number at one hundred some estimates that roughly two hundred and fifty African Americans were murdered over the course of those three days. It was the worst race riot in American history and e Saint Louis would never be the same and young Josephine Baker was an eyewitness to it. All the riot called a purge by some seems like a more apt description so seared into her memory. She recounted it again and again for the rest for life forty seven years later when interviewed for Esquire magazine Josephine would say e Saint Louis was a horrible place. Yes worse than the deep South. I was a little girl. All I remember is people they ran across. It's the bridge from East Saint Louis to escape the rednecks whites killing and beating them. I never forget my people screaming. A friend of my father's face shot off a pregnant woman cut open. I see them running to get to the bridge. I have been running ever since that man stuck with her as it would. The riot change race relations race relations nations in the Saint Louis Area for years and years to come. There was no real apology when it was all over the world was the wound. Excuse me was never given a chance to heal. Only two white men were convicted of murder for beating meeting one woman and killing her husband and son seven other white men were arrested for serious crimes. Twelve black men were arrested for serious crimes local black population both e Saint Louis and Saint Louis us now had something new to worry about racism of course it existed before as had you know constant insults segregation sporadic violence including wins but nothing like an all out three day violent purge urge Josephine wanted nothing more than to get the fuck out of Saint. Louis put us memory long behind her who's bad enough that her mother had twice sent her away from home to work now. It seemed the gangs the white racists to render you homeless by burning your home to the ground. Luckily Josephine's entertainment dreams the city was alive with music after the riots new dance steps kept kept coming along for her to learn and you know with nationwide songwriting boom now in full swing runaways new songs which she enjoyed singing nineteen nineteen Josephine which is thirteen after missing her curfew and getting a bear asked whipping with belts from her mother just ran away from home fully entered the adult world which many ways she'd already lived in since he's around eight and just say one quick drink water and keep talking. I drink four glasses of water smart. I don't want so thirsty before we moved for further. How are bare bottoms spankings thirteen? I mean come on to to old might have been somewhat normal for the time but thirteen seems way too old for beer bottles banging most thirteen year. All girls are well into puberty by these thirteen which means pubic hair which means I don't know maybe you shouldn't you know not have them take their underwear off form of punishment whatsoever. I never stood the bare. bare-bottom Puertas Bank is at any age spanky was close on is plenty punishment now so maybe we should let the kids. Keep your clothes on. Come to being punished. Can we do that to agree on on that. No more naked kid punishment. I mean it feels unreasonable. anyways thirteen the owner of a local ice cream shop. Let's Josephine State is how to after she runs away doesn't appears here's if some creepy perv either which is pretty sweet we have plenty of creepy firms in these stories nice to meet dudes who are just good dudes. After a few weeks refuge in a chance to gather her thoughts Josephine bingos live with grandma shells ourself another job as a waitress at a musicians hang out on pine street chestnut and the Chestnut Valley district place called the old chauffeur's club life then began to get a little bit better for Josephine's. WHO's now earning a regular wage? Even if we're just a small one you know she was used meeting the kind of people she wanted to be one day. She wasn't you know living with angry angry. Mom Josephine loved life. The old chauffeur's Club the best black entertainers in town frequented sometimes played there. She waited on tables she would kid around with them. Imitating the way that you you know they'd sing and dance amusing them by making the same funny faces and horsing around like now she had when kids made fun of her school for wearing the same dress over and over and having those fucked up high heels with the he'll torn off shoes also next door to the club was the pithy and haul the clubhouse of the pithy in society it was in the society's marching band that her Father Eddie played the snare drum mall. She's working at the club he was drumming in the clubhouse band here and that she was working. Ild Show Chauffeur's Club Eddie took to drop it in appear from time to time now in his mid thirties remarried taking on three step children and his career was going pretty well. recently even play drums for season with the ringling brothers circus seen him as prosperous prosperous Joseph you'd ask him for money time-to-time and she'd give him some or you know he give her some sometimes but one day she asked for watch refused he couldn't afford it and Josephine felt abandoned by her dad all over again. She felt slighted by the fact that he had money to raise three new stepchildren but didn't have money to buy his own daughter a daughter he'd abandoned gift of watch one the the one day each week Josephine had off from the club Sunday Josephine Walked the Book T. Washed Theater pay a nickle for admission and enter what to her was a magical enchanted world a world of music and bright colors of laughter and magic she watched the line of high kicking chorus girls wanted to be one of them and Shell so met Willie Wells and when she was thirteen and who is willie wells or we're gonNA find out right up for quick word for another sponsor.
"josephine" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Of cows brought into city to fulfill their hamburger patty and leather boot destinies. The smell of death was quite literally in the air day and night the stench of the slaughter houses tanneries in meatpacking factories waft over the narrow cobbled gas lit streets of the city neighborhood neighborhoods were also coated in soot constantly being dispersed from railroad activity. Saint Louis was a huge railroad town. If you're old time evil guy with the handlebar moustache you enjoyed tangles to some train tracks Saint Louis Account and this is important when Josephine was born and Joseph born march wasn't Saint Josephine some it may feel that she suggested me the Saint Louis area was one of the most important interesting areas in America in regards to black American Culture Saint Louis Super Interesting history especially when it comes to African Americans. Let's dig into that a tiny bit before we bounce back into Josephine's. Life city was founded in seventeen sixty four as a trading post on a long bend the Mississippi River and like much of the southeastern South Eastern U. S. at the time it belonged to France as the town grew French culture would influence his character was named after King Louis. The ninth of France actually technically founded founded Saint Louis belong to the Spanish but because we're traveled so slow back in eighteenth century local French explorer didn't know that they didn't know that their king had given away their territory when do like like these useful finance now. It's like it's like in Spain technically but you know you'll figure that out to find the the French founding interesting considering how France would later become such an important part of Josephine's life who become her true home her spiritual home and yeah just you know where she would actually live for most life and the place that would make her a superstar in in the early nineteenth century one of the many things a French gentleman was judged by was the refinement of his servants so as a matter of pride for many French slave owners to see that their slaves were very well educated education which is very different than slave owners and most of the English territories who strongly discouraged any type of self improvement from their slaves actively try to keep them uneducated by the they head to hide learning because they wanted them. You know easier to to be able to control. I guess most English slaves were literate. Often received no formal education whatsoever many French slaves could read and right and if slave had ability at some type of like craftsman or as an artist a painter or sculptor their skills would actually be encouraged their talent will be nurtured which is so fucking weird to me considering that they were still still enslaved by like what a weird situation to put somebody into only Maurice. This voter is beautiful as when you work with oils you'll pay great the tension you'll lessons. I was thinking eases time. You'll try someone praise on these O- only to work with some watercolors missy must have here. I rather focus on the oil you you will get you whip as fucking crazy like how does it to educate someone encouraged their natural talents but not freedom it in a way. It seems almost more cruel to me because I I would imagine that the smarter you get the more aware you would be a of the evil nature of your own slavery. some slaves life's chieftain even brought education by attending their masters on trips to Europe. It'll be educated in Europe because education Saint Louis became an early leading pre-civil war senator emerging black intellectual and artistic culture by eighteen three when France sold land in America the United States all eight hundred twenty eight thousand square miles of it. It was the Louisiana purchase there were some five thousand African Americans in the Saint Louis area comprising both slaves and some free men and women whose owners had emancipated them so I guess that's that's nice though it happens. Sometimes this was more than the white population of only a few thousand trading post grew into a town in the city immigrants from other European countries as well as France began to flood into it many he came from Germany others from Spain Greece Italy Syria Ukraine one reason why they chose Saint Louis was because the ground around it was fertile and it was located in a great place for nineteenth century transportation methods growing number of railroads were cutting through Saint Louis. The Mighty Mississippi connected to other cities as far as part is a Pennsylvanian the north New Orleans and in the south many of these newly arrived European immigrants had no prejudice against blacks released last precious many even held anti-slavery opinions prior to the civil war. You're so you know America prior to the civil war not a good place in general for Black Americans but Saint Louis was one of the better places for black Americans also strong musical tradition as far as in the city a many local African Americans began to study music informal European tradition the standard of black musicianship in Saint Louis became as high as anywhere else America and then when the civil war ended in April of eighteen sixty five in southern slaves were free to flood of them immigrated north and one of the most common immigration destinations Saint Louis they heard was this magical land. You know where there's opportunities for everyone. Black Americans are living in Saint Louis before the civil war. Were comparatively doing pretty well compared to other urban you you know black populations around the states. Thanks that French education you know they were educated craftsman. They were the best artists musicians Barbara's caterers etc.. Many of them settled on the south. The city city southside living in substantial houses. Even though segregation was the rule in many areas of life in Saint Louis their children at least in the initial wake of the civil war attended attended both publican parochial schools with the children of white people. The freed slaves migrated northbound less skilled worker in Saint Louis. you know area they're hoping for they're worked as field hands servants dockers reporters other types of factory work. Many of the men were building the rapidly growing railroads by nineteen hundred Saint Louis had become the the biggest railroad junction and all all of America when it's famous union station was completed in eighteen ninety four forty two different roads met there and I jumped ahead of myself when they initially got there they did find work which is why you know L. Sony will kept coming resembling Medieval Castle Stone this as union station covered three acres in the heart of downtown Saint Louis served more passengers than any other railroad station the entire country no longer train station case you'd curious ceased operation in nineteen seventy eight as an active train terminal fancy hotel an aquarium supposed to open over the next few months so check that out. If you like aquariums here anyway the huge influx of blacks and Saint Louis after the civil war from the south that by nineteen o four the time of the world's fair I it was it it was not quite the Mecca of upper crust of African American life that it once had been because too many people moved in way too many many of them former slaves who weren't educated weren't skilled craftsman and there just weren't enough jobs to go around by nine seventy four it was getting hard for unskilled men to find work in Saint Louis. It'd been good for a few decades gates and now poverty is growing year after year and so is racial tension white unskilled labor is starting to really resent the influx of their black counterparts competing for the same jobs especially especially since we're willing to work for less wages wages paid by white factory owners. I might add it seems that the anger those white factory workers was misplaced right. Don't don't be mad at the dude willing to work for less than a fair wage be mad at the employer willing to pay them less than a fair wage. now back to Josephine's family when Kerry Jerry McDonald arrives from South Carolina she's accompanied by her mother and her elder sister Elvira Alvarez had lost her husband in the Spanish American war of eighteen ninety eight now received a small pension from the US army. She was at pension to rent a small apartment. In the poorest part of St Louis on Lucas Street little little tiny apartments crammed in houses. You know Cram between smoke belching factories that made H. shoes and saddles carpets in coffins drugs and buggies and want to Saint Louis is most famous exports at the time German Beer Saint Louis still a big beer on anheuser-busch still has a giant brewery complex Saint Louis one that opened way back in eighteen fifty two attractive nine-year-old Kerry soon finds work as a waitress in a free time she begins explore the city's exciting nightlife Saint Louis did have one of the best if not the best African American nightlife scenes in the country at that time neighborhoods would come come alive at night with music dancing. The popular music of the day was ragtime and Saint Louis with its strong musical tradition had some the very best ragtime players in the entire world originally developed informally by Random Midwestern pianists penis. Excuse me and later formalized by composer pianist like Tom Turban Scott Joplin eventually arranged for Orchestra's ragtime became why widely popular all over America beginning in eighteen nineties and and the subject of ragtime time does bring me to today's sponsor today is brought to you by ragtime gets the whip recently rediscovered album ragtime classics reinterpreted by none other than musical go master Albert Fish. Let's hear a sneak peek of how Albert added some some really really Nice heartfelt lyrics to Scott Joplin's nineteen o two classic the the entertainer not when you crave some sexy he party when you need sleep out in Spain when you need. Up With really cranked where new wall among smashed when you need to get genetic last when you come on all hot apple cider bringing about home bone yeah how's that for music. How's that for show is of course not a sponsor that was just an excuse toward you bet with Mr Fish who for some reason is very refund singing inside suck I only? I don't believe he was no devasting in real life anyway. It makes me happy to be able to do like that back back to real history they lose was live with music and dancing. Josephine's mother Carey was an exceptional dancer carry good dancer. I'm an idiot. She also I also wanted to be performed St Louis slightly nightclub in theater scene and she's a bit of acting local theaters at the gate theatre. She was cast as a native in a production called a trip to Africa or she met fellow cast member Josephine's debt carson and fell in love and he was a fast talk and charismatic sharply dressed dude known locally spinach a name which implied he had some Spanish hanisch blood. Maybe did y'all Saint Louis Exist. Under Spanish influence for decades at the end of the Eighteenth Century Eddie made a living as a drummer plays street parades picnics funerals saloons brothels Vaudeville vaudeville houses the vaudeville houses in Saint Louis is notorious Chestnut valley which was red light district near Union station. Just no value was filled honky tonks gambling halls barrel houses serving nickel shots of liquor Beryl houses wherever everywhere at the time this type of.
"josephine" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"This is a three CR podcast and this is published or not good morning. Jennifer has again is not that delights. It's a wonderful you better get. I should too and I'm going to talk about chocolate boxes. Start off with because in a chocolate box he get chocolates with a mixture of Hod God soft and Chewy centers and with a book of his short stories this also an intriguing mix. Josephine rar returns to publish welcome back. Thanks for having me jam by the mixture of sittings it would appear that over the last years you've been traveling the Wool Josephine Christophe. Yes that's been a bit of traveling. That's being some long stints of living in other places as well but that I think is is definitely gently reflected in the collection well with some of the stories there. Is that link back to Australia but with others. It's a sense of discovery of actually with the story he's going to take place which takes the raiders and of course your characters from America to Canada to series even to the nullarbor mixture right this. The process isn't just wear the stories takers. It's how the stories unfold the I is called Glee and you won the Elizabeth Jolly Short story competition with this one. Oh that's right in twenty sixteen yes so as it being published somewhere somewhere else as well it was what was known as published three the astray and book review. I think it's going to be up in in America on electric literature but it's a it's in the book but it's in the book a heartbeat and good things and bad things can happen in a heartbeat before we actually find out what is he's necklace. Can you give us the most incredible family remembrance of any family enjoying a by luminous. It is a form of phytoplankton thank you and and so we have this this family trekking through through the water and the older brother. What did he do with his little sister. Oh he was towing her along on a on a rough burqa pots and when a break apart he carried in his shoulder he really has got this beautiful beautiful sense of responsibility that we see very very early on but then carrying older brother who's either Kayla's idiot at based or a murderer at worst so he's just returned after six six years and I'm going to get Josephine row to just read a little bit about something I think in Australia we often see suddenly only the crosses planted at the shoulder of the highway. Do not stand for two tiny girls and missing teach a mother. They stand for small town. Intolerance grudges is bone longer than its fair on necessary nourished by the kind of rural oxygen a larger city would have starved them off so the the brother older brother returns after six years and what happens then this is quite something anyway. The narrator of the story is his breath uh-huh sister a brother. Oh my goodness I can't. I think a lot of minor raiders are a male or have lives that are very different to mine and and I think in this the instance with this story I was interested in layers of sibling rivalry which often can be more explicit between same gender and in the case of Wrath and in defend their their half brother said that the two mixed race family as file no I saw differently than that sort that brothers probably didn't and how much they watched show other than brooded out and that's what I got out of that the watching any at the factory in the next story the real real life the narrator is at Uni Dropout and she is described as a wholesome looking girl. Commit Jodi possibly doing scams. He wanted a wholesome looking girl right and now Johnny's come back into to her life. He had he had it with lose weight lose a wing. Lou Louisiana Louisiana top seeing marshmallows at tame alligators to distract wine tours children. That's gotta be a reason to go into Canada right into the thick of Apollo Vojtech sir sudden I wouldn't make the same decision dirty do and there's a lot of decisions to be made in this book but not by Jodi because his girlfriend uh knows that he's this people you can have but not cape and jody's one of them pregnancy is a connection action to another story and this is anything remarkable and you saying this is the last of the stories book right so I think I've I write the collection Sean ever about seven years and and some of the stories Glee squishy mentioned some of the smuggled longer stories set in Australia aaliyah started out maybe in two thousand twelve or twenty thirteen and I've been sort of I was bothering them right up until print but anything anything remarkable came came together quite quickly and I think in a bit of a head full of steam and smoke around the time of the Long Virginia Marriage Amendment Austrailia and a very important question. Are you using your body for anything remarkable so linking of pregnancies between those chooser another connection between stories would be grief and he I'm going to ask Josephine were to read again from page sixty and this. This is an image that stayed with me for a long time after I finished. She has come here to how to how on hindered you know this before. She opens her lungs and begins the sound. Aga- need agonizing and though you cannot know the root of the anguish it is familiar to you from the town through the trees the sound of bells. She has timed her bowling to the church bells meaning perhaps that she has done this before done this often. For how long has she done this months years. Her Hood is up but you Kinda. She could not be much older than your wife than yourself. She has smooth slender hands that taught now fingers splayed as though they too who are emitting sound alight terrible force look this grief such intense grief and for two of the stories only isolation will help knowing no one so no one knows your story whereas Sivy move to self to oh well named the North American town. She is come from she's come from France after a particularly traumatic incident that we might say because it was while story and killed herself into the smallest possible place she can find and she's got money but this place has no luxury no and she doesn't she doesn't want to buy which doesn't want to go out. She doesn't want to do anything and the name of the short stories chevette which the name of the dog could share a neighbor's dog that she looks off to who kind of chose her out of aw that brings bats live to Chevette and then this Natia who world she's moved into a small cleared space versus Merkley. Oh so this is set in in Newfoundland actually in Canada for anybody who doesn't really know it's sort of like Tasmania of Canada similar size similar populace. That's an island off to the east and this particular place is very a remote access is only accessible for certain parts of the year when the when the water is across the pond is frozen and can actually be driven over with an ATV well. It may be a feral cat here with kittens that helps with her grief but what what was she couldn't do with all the baby things that she had. I think that I think we could leave that to you. The rate either well has the ability to throw things away. Soren sinkers rise truth. there was the mother and son who had on the mother's birthday every year had gone for a row on a lake and thrown cake crumbs from aboard cake. A into the water was really nice things that love those lovely descriptions corruptions in this short story about the viscosity of the water was underneath the water so that's sort of It's not one of the a particular towns but I was thinking a lot at the time about places that are very vivid in the Australian psyche that have become quite iconic and eh submerged towns for the Snowy Mountain hydroelectric and then with severe weather changes these towns that have been submerged are emerging again and we're kind of seeing what's under there and even stories about the how how the certain times the the church bells tolled rings. You know that's that's that's a kind of long standing Australian. I wanted to play it without a little bit it well in relief to all the grief. There is bemusement. Even from the title the once drowned man we just as confused confused as the taxi driver. Where does where does he want to guy wants to go to Canada and he wants to go there to thank a man who saved his life extensively other than exactly sorry foul early in the spas conversation they have on on this long drive this serendipity that brings in conversations and remembrances like the circus starving pasta circus they both have stories that they the passenger and the driver related about this. Does the circus and this drive up look. I love this little click into technology that you so to say. The driver is talking about all of these It's very hard to verify the grandiose claims of strangers a quote from the book. Our phones would just for phoning in and it was saved. Presume most people were full of smoke but safe still will not call them. I think that that's pretty clever. It's a female taxi driver. Who is his in Mike have with this man for a number of hours and so I just wanted to kind of let the two of them talk and the uneasiness and the guarded nece that was that but also the sort of amount talks about good faith a lot and that story so it's a sort of contrast of those two things yeah. This man was talks about the nicest thing that somebody has said to him and I'm sure it wouldn't have been a dentist saying that you had an uncomplicated to mouth looking for a big accomplishment compliment than that and other stories the only connection a couple now have is the porno movies when they were very much younger and a lovely line by Joseph Noor that all the she's feeling feeling that she's just wasted a life of course all the lives she wasn't living lined up uselessly tacky. Snow Globes from places she had never been places where it doesn't even snark get this clever so this stunning writing about how disasters do not choose people and the from between silence and hush. I thought that was beautiful so Josephine row in her collection. Is it cold here until August. We didn't have anything about August much in the book tool. We had some interesting that you call that it it previously had a different title. what is the what's the quickest way. I can explain this. I think of August as being well I what I think of August I have sort of of it which is the North American late summer time aplenty and then I have the very insular Interior Melvin August on my minded while so it's sort of about this through him sees a story to it's a short story collection of departures and heartbreak with characters on the verge of pivotal decisions and lifting. Oh what's going to happen which is exactly what a good short story should have should do to you so thank you very much. Josephine Roy with here until August from blacking thank you Jan and Josephine has traveled but traveling overseas can be fraught with danger but when you are a veteran of Vietnam you have extraordinary resources at your disposal..
"josephine" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"I like that yeah yeah yeah and it's like everything you know you you walk through town if you go out shopping you know in isolation should and you come back come back with a cold with the IRS kissed. Somebody passed it on to you that you've just walked. That's how it works. Sure sure let us now take a short break kinder's lovely talk to Josephine and plays music. We are going to hear the song innocent kiss by the also lovely penelope Houston it originates it's from album to whole world which was released in Nineteen ninety-three enjoy There's things There's nothing senior touches. Inch lack the you know explain it good news team this screen lags spirals run would would There's nothing and there's nothing penelope Houston Houston performing innocent kiss from her album to hold world wonderful music I find and now we return turn immediately to continue our talk with Josephine McCarthy lots more of interesting aspects and impressions on her points points of view about magical work and life in general at the end of the interview penelope Houston will return was another song from the same album. This one is called glad I'm a girl and I am sure Josephine but also say that or as she puts herself at the end of the interview yeah woman Ms Jason's therefore now Yeah Josephine Sutphin McCarthy. I'm fascinated by the Bavarian thing. Could you give an example for example. Yes I fully agree and I think I do appreciate what you mean. The exact how you felt when you were there I'm three hundred kilometers away and it's exactly the same here where I am right. How would would how would magician to stereotype machine so to speak be different or work differently or acts is differently because of that can give an example. Do you see an example what his or her reaction would be to that to to understand that I need to work with a local variant magicians for longer to observe to the different cemetery. Sinar could say yes. I know a group therrien magicians who are all very different but there is a common a that runs through the mall if a shot because of their own. I have no I is it because of that. Magical Training inning was similar. I don't know I I couldn't really ounce without interest speaking of a pet Syria. I don't know step would not be you. I would online this absolute yeah yeah and when you when you first talked about the area right now you said that the the UK the UK side is much more magic is much more female oriented unions has much bigger female input input device. It's a it's a power. It's you know funeral power in safe. You're an artist new pentium campsite and you paint in Egypt your going to paint in a different way. The few pinch hits in the north of England because the line's still different yes. It's the sort of little difference is every bank Duarte Bikram noise so that's how it affects. It's not I'm an eight you. You can make it more than that. If you intentionally work the London verse specific way it is going to affect you magic inverse specifically but what I'm saying is you can't divorce yourself from the yeah yeah to Ivan question for you which always fascinated me about your writings about the way I also perceive when we talk now when I read your little postings on facebook answer because you are one first approaches your work. Let's put it sounds like on your website does sealed of hieroglyphs in the back as a background image. You work a lot with addiction with Egyptian magic or Egyptian symbols symbolism. Also the Korea book is much much in their the book of Gates just mentioned that there's a lot of things around in your in your work at one would immediately put into the drawer roar cold high magic. I don't like it that expression but you know but that's what being used degree yeah on the other hand what what we were just talking about for half an hour the land and people and male female and all those things the of course it's overlapping of course but as I at first sight many people would at ron today drawer uh witchcraft low magic again again. I'm saying I hate those distinctions but they are being made uh-huh and your work is to me jumps at me because it does not do that because it it takes those two hearts at the same honesty at the same level. Maybe I see that in distorted rail but by correctly but do I see it right or wrong and if if so what's your point of view you then how do you do that. Why do you seem to be one of the rare. Ones who've stat wealth in low magic is is I. It's it's relatively molten is concept and it usually comes after the months of people who don't know very much about magic and is like a little bit of knowledge is a dangerous saying and some some stupid thing and and this is where you get people fool who am. I don't WANNA put people down at the same time. The needs to be honest with this is says lots lots of people that go into magic not just because they won't magic but because you know they want to belong. They want an image each. They won't say yes they will they won't they batch robes fe. They won't shoot belong in house hierarchy in this certainly other and so define themselves in a very specific way and drawer very neat rows you know with what won't people cope Inverted Commas is very much. Stay productive freemasonry. You know that was the first onto belly from the seventeen hundred sway you had the fits the Heinrich Kate very set way of looking because not have the consciousness false at that time that sound people sold and it was naturally forward in time and other people you know the you have folk magic which is in every country in the world and that tends to be people doing their own thing. I mean the whole idea that they will which crtv coffins and they had coal drippin's and ribs steaks aches and outfits things. It's all bullshit again. It's Sasha Coins Sultan to the memory of the people who actually worked within tribal and traditional insults magic day between the savage and you know they are to cry and the the English particular very good defining themselves as the aristocrats and everything else is being the barbarian not mentality it seeped into modern sinking magic is part of nature. You know isn't something took off. In a temple temple encloses it confines it works with it for excite saying that is not natural coasts natural element. Is You breathe. The End you know the just get very complicated because there's there is definitions within metric but not in the high low but as saying much chick the you work with to develop ask human thing to develop everything arranged you some sense of upon the Lange people everything basically that's Suan Taco magic is another talk music which is all thank the individual and nothing else. I will do Magic to get why won't now you can get into moralistic arguments for the decision right which is a so-called to do with anyone except for persons during the magic it's business that would be more of the definition we think because both styles of those of much cannot wait us or potentially can use the most complex rituals the most natural rituals the most natural magical behavior. He's the land in the temple can be used in any associates eight snow the presentation of the magic that there's a separation. It's the intent behind it that is the only difference is the intent focused behind that right right now. I hope what I have here is a question isn't going to sue bid but what motivates motivates you and of course many of course but what motivates you in particular for example to be as so much taking the Egyptian symbolism as a background or maybe more the underlying it's not actually the underlying force folks it is in Korea in the coast itself it could have you noticed folks. Don't use chips and stuff is in the close. Hello speakers the structure as a purely technical this is the thing is people have to devos in their mindset difference between belief in religion didn't much technique because two very different things and from a technical perspective fuel training magician from scratch each to adapt level the needs to be a structure that training can sit on top of a foundation and they need to have lots of different experiences an and go down different rousson different traditions but the needs to be skeletal structure the whole second can enhance together with and the ship. Shen system is the most stable I've ever come across. In terms of of a magical patent not the religious beliefs magical patents is incredible so hence they would acquit sat and they work with lots of things as well but it comes back to that because you know the oldest and most stable that has endured for over fine thanks. CBS and this is why it kept popping out in the minds of magicians of hundreds of years freemasons like an archive yet. The freemasons fellow worked with it. You know you go back through Egyptian stuff turns Kenneka three hundred years before that and even when you're looking in early mysticism system set for example in Christine and Sufi mysticism without them realized they'd say we're actually using the Egyptian princely patents in some of them without realizing is because it's so stable it passed from generation to generation. That's why right right thank you. That's that's a very good point and again. It brings us directly to Korea. Because of course we cannot do this. Talk here there without at least talking a few few moments about Korea Sequeira for those of you who do not know but I don't think there are many who do not no east magical school that Joseph has created with other species. She's motor and to motivate that online line and which you can get in book form also online for free which is great thing and it's a great course is just to me. It's I hesitate saying it but to me that I know that's really honesty and we're not going to do a whole talk about Korea that has been done earlier but but maybe he would just like to add something other experiences you made over the last couple of years since we last spoke and what what may be my future ideas of plans you might have to just maybe just a few words talking night's sleep the students during the world and there's keep of stocks earn tips and then realize it's really hard were so they they tell off. It's like if you want to do the rail share is thrilled but when you do the real shit in anything is he's really honed work and there's there's some very well in a similar stage now of mentoring people through houses insure section function and we've we spent a year restructuring in the background sto making it secure for the long term. Tim Future because of these things can go rogue and net chick go rogue so I've met show that this checks and balances so the Congo Dot com turned into some money grubbing goodwill Nacho there are now balances in the background grounds that would stop me from doing and I'm not talking legal checks and balances we have a board the trustees and we have a student council and the Joel basically keep in check because Powell voice needs to be kept in check and until says people who've gone through the whole call commands run as the tablets which will take a while because theory loan covenant and host and they come out they become Pau the structure itself the consoling structure still there recount the lockdown intending to co all of these things there are people who don't magician involved in Mitchell space of illegal people oh and their finances things like that so it'd been doing all of that not too long negotiation and conflict with lawyers to put they work together to make it literally a now the next fish for the next next year. We're just in the plumbing saved. He's doing events next year so like they want to do across streets confidence in England which will not be one of the solidifies make very expensive on prince this but one grassroots people of on just magicians but pagans which crashed bringing people together to talk about things that we everyone thinks is important people talking about work because also important.
"josephine" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Josephine raymond those same neuro nothing just just money in most cases now god drilling the spending so much did you i am carb two jewish plan known the danny jones same neuro three no the girl nine no mom the core sure no pain no.
"josephine" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"To me that this napoleon when he met josephine was starstruck did she even noticed him well she told afp him because farah was pretty keen to get rid of by the states you very expensive proposition ethan picking up at debt for quite a long time and filters climbed leave all it was very much in baraasheet threat that he should find a voice crying as if he then he he picked on the man at the alan area josephine is a very strong willed person older than napoleon and he doubts on her his letters to her her are extremely over the top romanticism it's a treat to go through and see how much of that information is good and how much of that he was passing on the josephine because he knew she was gossip and it would be propaganda in his favour josephine and napoleon mary mary in a civil contract importantly however they have a very short honeymoon bara the directory now in charge to they send napoleon off to the army of italy to lose or do they think he's a a tiro under the media sending off to try and win because they loved to recapture it late but frankly attributed back backwater compared to the real fight which taking place in germany at the time where the that's where the wolves gave the one aloft and so the he he had sent of weekly with navy payton pete lau i didn't give him any money to give to give him less the to do the army of italy then they pay him in a year as a general so can you imagine if if if if if ethics would drop in the bucket and said he had to try to scrap will gregory gulf the man who wins sixty battles hasn't won his first battle.