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The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch lead AMA nominations with 8 each

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 12 hrs ago

The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch lead AMA nominations with 8 each

"The weekend in rocky ridge lead the nominations for the American music awards with eight apiece marches are a letter with the latest the weekend and rocky ridge will compete with Justin Bieber post Malone and Taylor swift for artist of the year at the American music awards swift has already won this award five times and she's the most awarded artist in AMA history with twenty nine wins going into this year's awards other nominees include making the stallion Billie Eilis bad bunny and Dan and Shay several categories have been added in rap and Latin music this year the AMA's will air live from Los Angeles on ABC on November twenty second

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Marcus Garvey: Leader of a Revolutionary Global Movement

Black History in Two Minutes

03:30 min | 3 d ago

Marcus Garvey: Leader of a Revolutionary Global Movement

"Over one hundred years ago. The Black Nationalist Movement in America reached an unprecedented level of popularity because of the efforts of the charismatic leader of the Universal Negro Improvement Association. Marcus Garvey. Born in Jamaica Garvey grew up in poverty. He came to understand race relations through the lens of British colonialism throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. As his thinking matured. He began to formulate a revolutionary social. Movement. In, nineteen fourteen he founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association. Dedicated to uniting all the black people throughout the world. Two years later. He emigrated to the United. States. For his powerful message quickly gained traction. We walk you'd believe. This country we weren't ever get to work for walk up. By building. On the Great President of Africa for the public of pickering our industrial cocoa educational. At what it could go configure me arrives in an error where blacks are still being lynched regularly in the south around the same time that movies like birth of the nation are showing extra ordinarily racist depictions of African Americans as monsters. You have really charismatic dynamic individual and he's talking about look all places never going to be here in the states is never going to be in. Europe it's going to be in Africa we need to reclaim Africa. So Garvey is going to be preaching a philosophy of black pride. He's GonNa come up with a scheme to repatriate to Africa and he provides a huge sense of hope for millions of African Americans. A centerpiece of Garvey's program was the creation of the black star line a steamship. LAUNCHED TO TRANSPORT AFRICAN AMERICANS WHO WISHED TO EMIGRATE TO AFRICAN? The Black Star Line. Is this idea that Garvey can buy ships through the support of local African American people sending in money? So you can have a share in the Black Star Line. Any ships were GONNA take thousands of people back to Africa to the colony that Garvey was gonNA. Stab wish. But his advocacy for black Americans to move back to Africa drew the attention of the United States government and especially J Hoover's Federal Bureau of Investigation. Which Monitored Garvey's movement seeking grounds for his arrest and deportation. Garvey was growing too powerful Jagger Hoover is going hired their first. Negro. To Subvert Marcus Garvey and eventually they're going to say that he's been committing mail fraud with the Black Star Line Scheme. He's eventually tried arrested placed in jail nineteen, twenty five. He's deported in nineteen twenty seven and he's never allowed to return to the United States, he dies in London in Nineteen. Forty. Garvey's legacy as the father of the modern back to Africa movement cannot be underestimated. He created the largest popular political movement in the history of black America and would be an inspiration both to the anti colonial movement and black nationalist leaders throughout the remainder of the century.

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Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee top Billboard Latin Music Awards

Bob Sirott

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee top Billboard Latin Music Awards

"The billboard Latin Music Awards were going on. And who won? Yeah, we had a couple of awards shows going on last night. The billboard Latin Music Awards was, you know, all of these awards shows they're catching up. For award shows that were supposed to happen earlier in the year but got postponed because of the pandemic. But the big winner last night was bad Bunny and Daddy Yankee who each went home with seven awards apiece. Bad buddy. Winning both artist of the year and album of the year. Jennifer Lopez one tour of the year. Also

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Argentina passes 1 million cases as virus hits Latin America

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Argentina passes 1 million cases as virus hits Latin America

"On June Tino has promised one million cases as could be nineteen surges in Latin America three other nations are expected to reach the agreement one million case milestone in the coming weeks Colombia Mexico and Peru the virus is cruel puff through Latin America is a consequence of weak public health systems social factors like poverty and poor government decisions early on Argentina initially registered low virus case numbers but now has one of the highest rates of New Delhi infections at least sixty percent of those tested recently a coming back positive for the virus I'm Charles the last month

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How Would Augustine Read Genesis? with Dr. Benjamin Quinn

Knowing Faith

04:11 min | 6 d ago

How Would Augustine Read Genesis? with Dr. Benjamin Quinn

"GONNA it I'M GONNA go fast and I and fly high. So Augusta Guston when he's converted around the year three, eighty six and he's about he's in his early thirties by this point the very first commentary that he turns to ride is actually one on genesis and he does so against a group of people called the mannequins that he'd. been a part of for a little over a decade and very quickly after coming to Christ he sees the manatees not as not as reputation or not as personal enemies, per se but theologically, they really were enemies because they undo. So much of what's true and rich and good in Christ centred about the scriptures and especially in this directly begins to answer your question especially as it relates to the doctrine of creation. So over Agustin's lifetime first of all, there's development in his thoughts and there's a development and how he approached his genesis one through eleven genesis one through three specifically about five different times he addresses it the very first time. If you look at that early commentary, just a couple a couple of years after he's converted to be honest it's kind of weird he does all kind of crazy allegorical stuff he's. He's really pushing back against some extremities of Manichean thaw. By the time you get to his much more mature though in this comes about the you know the works that Augustine most popular for Confessions City of God on the Trinity on Chris Easing, these kind of what we would call his mature works by the time he looks at Genesis one. Through eleven at that point here are some of the the. Distinctive of his interpretation that you're gonNA notice first of all he's going to be very clear on a very healthy doctrine of creation. What I mean by that is he's not going to see something like the spirit world bad in the mid or the material world is bad spirit world is good. He's GonNa work really really hard to push against that. There remains some measure of a spiritual side may be. Better than the material saw and whether that's true or not. Another point is still be some of that but he's going to always remember that sort of bad ten years of Manichean life that he experienced and when he returns to genesis one through eleven, it's always gonna be sort of in back of his mind and who he's arguing with so to speak. Yeah, secondly, he's also going to always be deeply. Christ centered. As shouldn't surprise us. But maybe for some of your ears when they hear the word Christ centered in terms of interpretation or they may think about ten years old and I want to say, no, that's about I. Don't Know Nineteen Hundred Years old somewhere somewhere in there. And Augusta and when he's turning to any part of scripture. But especially, the Old Testament Psalms particular genesis one through eleven he's going to see in the beginning in fact right there he's GonNa Circle that in his Latin tax going to say that in that beginning the way that his text reads there's Jesus Right. There's the same beginning John's talking about the same beginning to Colossians, one is referring to that's Jesus there in fact his. Commentaries are summarized. He called him the Toda's Chris because he saw the whole Christ there and that's true. Really of his interpretation of all the Old Testament. The third thing I would say on that Kyle is my favorite part of that I've learned from Augusta. My favorite part is that he always interprets scripture with what he calls the double love in mind. This is nothing more than the great commandment He has in his little book on her midday. Scott on Christian, teaching our on on Christian doctrine. He says any interpretation of scripture that doesn't undergird love for God and love for neighbor is an invalid interpretation. Period. Now. There's a lot. There's a lot of questions. There's a lot to be said that's not the end of the conversation, but I always hear that as if Jesus is right that there's nothing if he is because he's Jesus if if he's right that there's nothing more important about living in his world. Then to love God, and to love other people, the net applies to everything in life including how we interpret the Bible, not just how we parent and how we pass through and how we were all the those things too that even how we interpret the Bible Jesus you said all along the prophets point to me. So when you go back to those also recognize the most important thing about living in my world is that you love on love of people. So if you've if you draw from any interpretation of scripture something that you can't draw straight lines to love forgotten left for the people you've you somehow fallen off the radar, you've. Fallen off the wagon. So to speak and always been sort of guides and directs is not only interpretation but then application scripture. Yeah. Man That's so

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Socialists Make A Strong Comeback In Bolivia

All Things Considered

03:17 min | Last week

Socialists Make A Strong Comeback In Bolivia

"Socialist appear to have made a strong comeback yesterday in Bolivia's presidential election. All of the votes have yet to be counted. But the handpicked candidate of ousted President Evo Morales seems to have taken a big lead in the first round. Those are supporters of socialist Louise Arcee, celebrating in downtown La Paz. NPR's Philip Reeves has been following this from his base in Rio de Janeiro and joins me now. Hi, Phil. Hi. Remind us what set the stage for this election. For the past year, Bolivia has been ruled by an interim president from the political right. Yeah, This goes back to late last year, when Morales was pushed out and went into exile. His opponent said he tried to rig an election. They cited an audit of that election by the Organization of American States that showed numerous irregularities. Others dispute those allegations and say Morales was the victim of a coup on elected interim government took over headed by right winger call Ginny Anya's. It's had a rough ride and yes crackdown on the opposition. Several dozen of Morales is indigenous supporters were killed by security forces during protests which polarized country of more Then the pandemic arrived in the electoral authorities postpone the election twice and that triggered mass protests and Nation and the nation wide blockade, and people were worried that yesterday's election would bring more unrest. But that didn't happen happily. So with all of this, how certain are we that the socialist Louise Arcee is actually one? Yeah, I mean, it doesn't appear that he's run out, won the first round outright, his main rival, Carlos Messer, today, conceded Saying that people have to recognize there's being a winner. The interim president Ginny Anya's tweeted, congratulations to us in his running mate Very early on Mexico in Argentina, You know, two big regional players politically on the left, have publicly congratulated him. And so, by the way is the U. S. Polls before the election did show us He was well ahead in the lead, you know as well in the lead, but his chances of winning out right in the first round weren't Sena's full. That great unofficial vote count indicate he's actually done that. But this hasn't been officially confirmed by the electoral authorities. They say the official count could take several days to complete. Can you say Maura about thie us in support of our say the U. S. Did concur with the allegations of border voter fraud committed by more Alice? Yeah, when they ran, it was pushed out. The Trump administration was frankly delighted, is a huge figure on the Latin American left. He was Bolivia's first indigenous president. He ruled for nearly 14 years. He's credited with growing the economy a lot not least through nationalization and lifting millions out of poverty with the help of a C who was his economy minister. S O. The prospect of a socialist comeback in Bolivia isn't likely to go down well in in Washington, the right wing tends to bracket morale is with Venezuelan Cuba and you know they saw his fall is a defeat for international socialism. But the State Department certainly saw the writing on the wall and has recently been saying it will work with whoever is legitimately elected. That's NPR's Philip Greaves. Thank you so

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Disney adding disclaimer about racist stereotypes to some old movies

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last week

Disney adding disclaimer about racist stereotypes to some old movies

"When it comes to Disney Magic to do some business story. Now some old magic apparently isn't very enchanting. The company says it's adding a disclaimer to some of its old movies that include racist stereotypes. Rather than removing offensive content. The company hopes to spark conversation and open dialogue on history that affects us also movies like Latin, the Aristocrats, Aristocats or even Peter Pan. We'll have a warning that they contain certain offensive stereotypes. Business at the decision part of its ongoing commitment to diversity and

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Three neat venture rounds, and Alibaba’s latest

Equity

04:45 min | Last week

Three neat venture rounds, and Alibaba’s latest

"All right. So talking about the weekend well, here's what's up as the American election looms and the holidays beckon things kind of slowed down this weekend. Now, it's a little bit soon to say that this is the new normal, but certainly, it felt more like a traditional late October weekend if that makes sense. So posts covering new rounds where little bit light there wasn't a lot of news. There wasn't a big acquisition that drove the Monday morning chat cycle so here. Are Some things that did happen that really do matter but I think we can all exhale just a little bit as we head into the second half of October. So according to TECH WRENCH DOT com, you may have heard of it. alibaba group is going to spend about three point six dollars to take a controlling stake in Sun art. One of China's largest big box supermarket chains after transaction is complete, alibaba will own about seventy two percent of art this calm i. Because the Amazon wholefoods I, mean this seems to be relatively similar. What's interesting is Alibaba actually invest in son are back in two, thousand, seventeen million just under three billion for just over a third of the company. Now, this matters because that's part of Alibaba's quote new retail strategy new retail kind of blurs the lines between online and offline commerce. This should sound pretty familiar to all of us have seen Amazon, to this inside of its now big buck stores and other people are trying to do curbside pickup even small businesses it appears. That like this e commerce world that we all think everything's going to become we'll still have a larger physical footprint than we probably anticipated. So Fun to see what China is doing. Think about, what happens our marcus down the road Alibaba out a lot of money even during relatively bad economic times worth catching up on and it kind of good news this morning space x fired another sixty satellites into the sky as part of its starlink project to speak at all really moved the boonies when Musk and company done bring internet? Everywhere. So turn to funding around this morning, our bread and butter I found a few really really cool ones despite the talk of a slowing new cycle anyways in no particular. Here are three start ups that are funny runs out that are worth checking into if you have the time. We're GONNA START WITH API, which is a I F I. M printers pronounced eight five new they have announced a fourteen point five million dollar round this morning the company is calling this a pre series b according to crunch base news, which sounds like a series a. plus maybe a series B. minus or really just called a series B.. It's fourteen point five, million dollars any investors in the round include qualcomm ventures, serve ventures, translink capital, and a new investor clinic quench base news called Plum. I never heard of plum alley or serve adventures just goes to show how many theses firms there are out there right now, all that. Aside, what does if I do? Well, they build checkout free experiences for consumers. Essentially, they allow other folks to build and operate autonomous stores. So my read is like this Amazon go but for everybody crunch news post up on this, according to that article, fourteen stores from a fire in the market lots more coming off of capital here. Exciting to see the Sir Technology Spread more broadly I'm not entirely sold on it yet. But of course, always hard to know what's going to be the future and a lot of people are betting that this is that next up, we have law Maddox, a San, Diego based startup that is building software for lawyers kind of marketing crm. Suffer Lawyers. It has raised two point, five million dollars in seed funding always nice seen actually seed funding sized seed round very rare in twenty twenty. Why do we care about this? Well, we've known that for a couple of years vertical sats, which is software aimed at one particular slice of the market one particular. Law or like gardening has been pretty hot for a while. So why not this lawyers have money target them take some of that money gee-gee funding round was led by any act ventures forefront venture partners, and then of course, rebel ventures and bridge venture partners took part I know about half of those firms again. So many VC firms out there kind of crazy according to TC. A big part of what law maddox wants to do was help automate marketing tasks for law firms to big part of their business of nurture clients to the backslapping handshaking. Stuff really does matter even in the digital realm and like you said, alerts have money. So this round probably GonNa work out pretty well law maddox. And for a third run, we're GONNA leave the US and talk about cheaper which raised twelve million dollars. Now I try to proud correctly on the show because it's respectful. In this case, it's H. I. E. R., which is not chipper nor is it Go cheaper best shot. anyways. This is an ECOMMERCE platform for merchants in Latin America it series a was raised from wind ventures and two groups called Montes and Kosic ventures. The startup claims his built quote, the largest brand never of digitized corner stores in Latin

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Vaccine storage issues could leave 3B people without access

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Vaccine storage issues could leave 3B people without access

"Coronavirus vaccines storage issues could leave around three billion people without access with the pandemic now in its eighth month logistics experts warn many parts of the world lack of the conditions to administer an effective vaccination program this includes most of Central Asia much of India and Southeast Asia much of Latin America all but a tiny corner of Africa from factory to syringe the world's most promising coronavirus vaccine candidates need nonstop sterile refrigeration display potent and safe but despite enormous strides in equipping countries to maintain the essential cold chain nearly three billion people of the world seven point eight billion live west such storage is insufficient I'm Charles that's my

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More than 5 million people with felony convictions can't vote

CBS Weekend News Roundup

04:00 min | Last week

More than 5 million people with felony convictions can't vote

"As people swarm the Poles for early voting, the advocacy group. The Sentencing project released a new study estimating that 5.2 million people can't vote next month due to felony convictions. Study co author Christopher Jurgen explains, is ah comprehensive account of everyone who is legally disenfranchised in the United States, so that so that includes people on probation. On parole in in the community. It also includes people who aren't present incarcerated in prison and those convicted of felonies in jail as well as in several states people who have completed their sentences. So I know that the South has been a place where it is difficult for felons to vote, And I know that this bit this bill's on research from 2016. So what states are we talking about? And has anything changed since 2016 Well, you know, a lot of these laws date back to the 18 sixties and 18 seventies when during the era of reconstruction, and when a black man we're deprived right to vote immediately after the civil war. So it's a long racialized history in the United States of disenfranchisement, and we can still see that particularly in states like Tennessee, Alabama, Florida. Those are the places that often disenfranchise indefinitely beyond the period of Suns, And that means that you know, a conviction you had in 1975 may still prevent you from voting in 2020. Have any states moved to change that and the years during this when this research was conducted Yes, you know, and I been working on this issue for over 20 years and over Half of the states have changed and and really coming out of the civil rights movement in the 19 sixties 19 seventies states began to pair of these restrictions but act But you know, we've had a big increase in criminal justice population since that time and so and so even though the laws were were, ah rien Franchising the population's kept rising. And then this year, we finally did see some progress. It was about six million people were disenfranchised in 2016. Now it's about 5.2 Million, and, you know, states like Florida are moving in that direction, but have not if not quite made it. Ah ah, or to re enfranchise the large number of people who are disenfranchised there. And this year. The study also looks at the number of latte next Americans who are affected how many. That's right. You know, we think it's over 560,000. We could only get what we consider a fairly conservative estimate there because Latin ex ethnicity is is relatively underreported across many of the state's We thought it was so important to begin to compile these these populations as well. Increasingly important in the nation's demography and politics. And how many women are we talking about? It is the women's number nationwide as well. Yeah, though, the women there's about there's over a million, and that's Ah, roughly 20% s O s. Oh, and if you think about the inequalities in criminal justice processing Those are the ones we feel in in politics now, so particularly the overrepresentation of communities of color end of men. So how much is this likely to affect this election? I mean, 5.2 million is a lot of people, but you don't know which way that they would be voting right? That's right. And much depends on the individual state. The demography and preferences of those Of those voters s O. The Esso. It's very difficult to say, you know, but nationally, if nationally and appears to be the case that That these laws tend to hurt Democrats a little more than they hurt Republicans. STUDY Coll author Chris Jurgen.

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US launching new study testing 3 drugs to drive down coronavirus

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:50 sec | Last week

US launching new study testing 3 drugs to drive down coronavirus

"Finally, the U. S government officials launching a new study testing three drugs to tamp down an overactive response by the immune system that can cause severe illness or death and people with covert 19. The N H. Says the study will enroll 2100 hospitalized adults with moderate to severe corona virus infections in the U. S. And in Latin America. All of the patients will get rendez severe, plus one ofthree, immune, modulating drugs or a placebo. The drugs are Bristol Myers Squibb, Zoran CIA, Johnson and Johnson have Remicade, which were sold now for rheumatoid arthritis and an experimental drug from Abby called Senate Cry over Rick and the drugs inhibit an overproduction of chemicals that the body makes toe fight infections that could damage the lungs. The kidneys

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Immigration was a dominant issue in the 2016 election, but not this time

All Things Considered

05:18 min | Last week

Immigration was a dominant issue in the 2016 election, but not this time

"Than three weeks away, and we're going to spend the next few days digging into the candidate's positions on some of the key issues. Begin with immigration. It has been a consistent policy priority since day one of the Trump administration and indeed, President Trump continues to crack down on immigration, closing the southern border to migrants and slashing the number of foreign workers allowed into the country. But on the campaign trail, he rarely brings the topic up. Vice President Joe Biden, meanwhile, promises to systematically undo nearly every one of the changes Trump has made to the nation's immigration system. NPR's Joel Rose covers immigration and he's going to give us more detail about how each man would handle immigration policy. Hey, JAL. Hey, officer. To tell us what President Trump has been saying about immigration in the closing weeks before the election. Well, it has come up, but not as much as you might expect. Remember, immigration was one of Trump's signature issues in 2016. He kicked off his campaign five years ago, talking about Mexican immigrants as rapists and rolled all the road all the way to the White House and chance of build the wall. In a second term, We could expect more of the same. He's still using that kind of rhetoric, painting immigrants as a threat and a burden here is talking a few weeks ago in Minnesota, which has the country's largest population of Somali refugees. Biden Wiltern, Minnesota into a refugee camp. But he said that overwhelming public resource is overcrowding, schools and in a dating your hospitals. You know that it's already there. It's a disgrace what they've done to your state. It's absolutely isn't disgraced again. But that was only one line and long speech and often, immigration is not a major focus in his stump speeches. Why do you think that is well? For one thing? It's just not a burning issue for voters anymore. Polling shows that it's been overshadowed by the pandemic by the economy and bi racial inequality. There is also a theory among immigrant advocates that the Trump Administration's immigration crackdown has not been popular with moderate suburban voters that he needs to win over in some crucial swing states, especially the family separation policy of a few years ago. I talked to Mary Elena in copier who's with the Biden campaign? Who's sorry, who's worked with the Biden campaign? Excuse me. She's also the director of the National Immigration Law Center on any given day, he still scapegoating immigrants. And most importantly, we're seeing the policies are still anti immigrant and xenophobic policies are still being put in place. What's different now is that his attacks don't seem to be resonating as much as they have in the past. Interesting. Well, what about the president's most fervent supporters? I mean, what do they think of his relative silence on immigration right now? Well, immigration restrictionists seem a little surprised. They think the president is missing an opportunity to tout his successes here. Overall, immigration plummeted by almost half in the first three years of his presidency, and since the pandemic began, he has cracked down. Even more administration is also racing to construct hundreds of miles of border wall on the US Mexico border. I talked to Dan Stein, He's the president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform, which supports lower levels of immigration. Trump is in a sense is a victim of his own success between the travel ban and the security lock downs and the suspension of various categories. For a lot of reasons, the immigration issue has dissipated as the administration has made these needed changes. And yet, for whatever reason, the campaign has decided not to move this issue Front center. Stein thinks that Trump has a great story to tell American workers about how he is protecting their jobs. But Stein is concerned because a lot of Trump's accomplishments have come through executive actions so they could be reversed by a president Biden. Okay, so that's President Trump's side of the immigration issue. What isthe former vice President Joe Biden saying about how he would handle immigration? Well, he has indeed promised to undo as much as he can of Trump's immigration agenda. Biden would end the travel ban on people from majority Muslim countries put 100 Day moratorium on deportations. And stop building trumps border wall. Here's Biden, addressing a group of Latin ex elected officials. Trump fails to understand the basic truth of immigrants. That they're the incredible source of our nation's strength, and they always have been On day one. I'm gonna send Congressman Bill. Immigration reform will focus on keeping families together. It's about families. Including providing clear roadmap to citizenship. 11 million undocumented immigrants roadmap to citizenship, So Biden's agenda is not just about dismantling what Trump has done. That's right. It's actually a very long and ambitious platform that would not only provide a pathway to citizenship for millions of immigrants here illegally, including the so called dreamers, but would also expand the number of visas that the U. S issues and would end the use of for profit immigration detention centers. In other words, Biden's gender really has moved to the left a lot even from the Obama platform of a few years ago. Remember, President Obama deported more than a million immigrants in his first term, far more even than President Trump? And immigration hardliners want to see Biden challenged on these positions, which they call amnesty and an invitation for more Central American migrants to flood the southern border. But so far immigration Just hasn't come up at either of the debates. That is

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A Look at Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris is Burning

Queer as Fact

06:03 min | Last week

A Look at Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris is Burning

"Hello and welcome to Queer as fiction we talk about Queer historical media I'm Jason and I may lie and today we're talking about Jenny. Livingston's nineteen ninety. Documentary. Paris's Bang. Before we start, we have a few called him warnings to this episode. This episode contains mentions of Racism Transphobia Homophobia the AIDS epidemic murder and family rejection. It also contains the use of outdated language surefooted by Queer people on people, call it in courts. If any of that sounds like something, you don't want to listen to please feel free to check out one of. Our other episodes. So I wanted to stop this episode by explaining what is Paris's banning because I feel like a lot of listeners probably a pretty good understanding of this documentary. Some very young listeners may not have seen it. I said Hanson had you seen it before we researched this ups lot no but I had a pirated version of a hard drive for decades. I love with things and have adhd. reasonable. So I was aware of it but I hadn't actually seen it. Yeah. I think I heard the name but didn't know what it was. So Paris is burning is a documentary about the bowl culture scene of New York in the nineteen eighties prominently featuring the African American and Latin American members of that community many among gay and or trans. It documents how they lives intersect with the Bulls the form, the Bulls tight and contains several interviews, participants, explaining concepts, such shade, realness reading, and legendary woods that may be familiar to a modern audience given how by propagated in popular drag culture. Yeah on TIKTOK. The documentary features no narration and very little dialogue from the interview wide lesbian filmmaker. Jenny. Livingston prominent members of several houses in the scene featured including pepple of Asia during Corey Angie Extravaganza and Willi? Ninja. I'll make a nerd here on pronounce while several of the performance featured in Paris boning. Ambiguously Trans Women and so I'm GonNa to share pronounced where I don't have specific evidence I. Do want to note that pepple of Asia describes himself in the documentary is not being woman not understanding the experience of womanhood and being on In a sex change however, her two thousand and three obituary in the new. York. Times describes her as preferring in pronounce ongoing with that as the more recent source compared to this documentary which was filmed in the eighties. So having talked about what Paris has been is I want to I going to kind of how was made so as described by Academic Lucas, Hildebrand in his twenty thirteen book quit film classics Piracy's Boning, which was a major source when I was researching this episode Livingston was taking a film production class at NEOCON. INVESTI windshield observed three young men voguish in Washington. Square Park after asking what they were doing she was invited to an upcoming bowl and soon thereafter began documenting the scene via black and white photographs and audio interviews which were kind of the mediums in which she worked at the time. She was really documentary filmmaker. This was her first data and she since gone on to make several more films which obviously less notable. Because I don't know what they. Yeah. That's pretty wild. Are they on like queer things. Yeah I, believe her I think there's like Queer Antenna. Seems to many of her films. So yeah, it was only the light of that. She began filming the balls and coming up with the idea of turning these into a documentary. Film took seven years to make in no small pod Judah. The struggles Livingston had funding its production. She initially intended it to be appealing observational documentary just kind of following the lives of the Queen's involved in the same but lacked the funding to shoot the endless hours of footage that would be required for such a production. I'm not really an expert on how documentary films of made. Films something like seventy or eighty hours of footage as it is. So like, wow, that must have been. Lot of what is required for something without the kind of caught away stained. Interesting to think about funding a project like this in like post the iphone world. Because there's like a very like obviously a useless modern. Just, film it like whistle the money going yeah. It's like it's interesting. She talks about the various ways in which the film was funded was funded by a bunch of different organization. Thirteen. Different organizations contributed funding including the baby say. And she stalked interviews about how? It's the late eighties you conscious show someone from the BBC your footage you have to fly someone out from. England oh. Wow. Yeah. My Gosh and show them a physical film real. So is that indicative of a certain level of like promises project was seen to have if she was able to show it to someone like that or did this happen quite routinely it was just logistically difficult Y-. Oh. Yeah. So instead of a purely observational documentary, the earlier interviews that she'd recorded were bought back and more interviews were conducted. Most notably interviews conducted in one thousand, nine, hundred, nine broad sense of narrative to the film by depicting the commercial success of Willi Ninja, as well as the tragic murder of Vance Extravaganza young star in the bowl seen who features prominently throughout the Documentary Livingston has self describes the film making process as followers. 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The Ambies are coming

podnews

03:03 min | Last week

The Ambies are coming

"News. To. Me has an the AMBAE's the organizations podcast awards nominations will be exempted from next Monday the name is from ambient sound podcast host. Sandor FM. is to offer monetization opportunities for their host two shows with DAX and audio advertising platform. If you've more than twenty, five, thousand monthly plays, then you're eligible. Google has an answer new feature for Google podcasts. Manager podcast is can see how many times their show appeared in Google search, as well as top discovered episodes and search terms that leads to their podcast. Google, also added optimization tips for podcasters. Three quarters of Americans listen to the spoken word. That's the latest from the twenty twenty spoken word audio report published yesterday by NPR and Edison Research and does Edison. Research is Meghan Lazovic says there's a real increase in spoken word audio listening big headline of the study is that Americans are spending more time with spoken word audio than ever before in fact, spoken words, share of audio listening has increased by thirty percent over the last six years and eight percent in just the last year while comments. Developer of overcast has posted concern about the level of piracy anchor and says, he may restrict anchor shows from appearing in overcast search. Luminary is working with within combs cadence thirteen to make a former. Exclusive show available to everyone fiasco Bush. Gore and now behind the luminary paywall is now available wherever you get your podcasts. The free and open podcast APP for android antenna. Policy has released. On Google play droid a significant rewrite it looks great and is nicely geographically where it'll soon offer access to the podcast index audio boom is no longer for sale the company had been looking for a buyer since February but has raised three million pounds three point eight, million dollars by selling ten percent of the company to a Singaporean investor Peter? Antonioni. Poker stay online happens in less than two weeks and pod Bible interviews. The team behind it today asked, who are you most looking forward to hearing from this year's event? Weirdly, the answer wasn't hard news editor James Crillon that's me. We'll have words. And we hear from multiple sources today that megaphone appears to be looking for by half. PODCAST news would winning latin-american documentary podcast last Ross returns tomorrow as an adult day media. Original says founder and CEO Martina Castro. Six episodes you'll hear stories from. Madrid Bogota Mexico City San Francisco and Santiago Chile. And congratulations to CNN and a Spaniel for winning the Latino podcast awards best podcast in the United. States, for the third consecutive year for Zona Pop,

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Brazil reaches 150,000 deaths from COVID-19 milestone

Hollywood 360

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brazil reaches 150,000 deaths from COVID-19 milestone

"Signs the pandemic is slowly retreating in Latin America's largest nation. The Brazilian Health Ministry reported that the death toll now stands at 150,198. The figure is the world's second highest behind United States, according to the tally maintained by Johns Hopkins University. Brazil's president, Yarbles Gennaro played down the severity of the virus. While deaths mounted rapidly. In Brazil. Pulcinella rejected governors and mayors, lockdowns and other tough measures to contain the virus spread even after he contracted it himself in July and insisted that shutting down Brazil's economy would pitch the nation into chaos. Bernie Bennett reporting India's confirmed Corona virus toll across seven million Sunday,

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Exploring Your Gut Microbiome

No Meat Athlete Radio

06:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Exploring Your Gut Microbiome

"Gout it's good to see you how are things get? How are you? Can Ask you a question and I want you to give it to me straight because I think you willow yet. So, ready to get pumped up for this podcast to give myself like. In the in the mood. Yeah. Listen to the Hamilton Soundtrack. Judge community now no Johnny Marr. Track one three one is dislike the traditional. Alexander. Yeah, and then track three is not thrown away my shot and it's like going to. Know me that lead man thrown away the shot. Let's go. You know meet athlete. Oh that's awesome. No, that's inspiring. Isn't it just gets you fired up. I feel like music. Music has a big part in your whole life and your whole career feel. Oh Man I. Wish I could have a soundtrack like in thing. But then. I wouldn't walk, I would just dance everywhere I go there would be no luck involved. It just be like moving from place to place but the. What's wrong with that? Make everyone laugh smile no I. If I had my way that would exist but I think you've got gotTa make it happen I would dance down the streets if I if I could all day everyday. Chores that crazy person Happy talking. The Gut Health Guy Maybe. They got something we're going on. Well, as I was prepping for this interview I was like you know what I feel like you're so many nicknames. First of all your poop whisper self-proclaimed. You are fibers, new publicist, which I feel like ritual Kinda gave you that title congrats on that interview by the way it's It seems like it's reaching far and wide so so awesome. And then the plant point master I kind of gave out plant based Rockstar, of course. And the doctor be the real DR G. And I have to give Andrea props for that. Because last time we were chatting we were on Vegan podcast we chatted for two hours. So we made it into part one and part two. So anyone listening wants even more view. We're done which I know they will check that out but Andrew gave you that one and I think it's my favorite. Really more than poop whisper lots. It's pretty to the poop doctor I like rock. Rockstar. But that's Me Being Selfish I've always wished that I could be a rock star that's in my book. I talk about like new. You could be a business rockstars you get enough plant points like this is my way of like making my own dreams come true even if it's not actually happening. You are Jaeger of the vegan world. I wish that guy his hips don't lie their incredible. Title though how he does that like? How could you move like a snake and you're like ninety five years old it's incredible scales. Energy. Still got it. Got It. Am I missing any nicknames? I mean there's so much. How far back are we, GONNA go. Okay related to. Fiber Field Abba. No. You got five or fields covered I mean you're you got a revealed covered. I'm very proud of actually. New York, times bestselling author. Instant. So Amazing I absolutely love your book. I've got it in three different versions now. Audible and the PDF that you sent me an actual hard copy. So Yeah it's amazing. You are changing so many people's lives and transforming their health thousands of reviews on Amazon. So everyone listening definitely checkout fiber fueled at Amazon and get it in your mail right away because it really is so refreshingly straightforward three real-life analogies and relatable stories because it's it's you shining through right like you're so relatable and fun, and it brings people back to the basics of nutrition like it really is helping. So many people transform their health and and he'll their got. So congratulations on the success of it. The last time you spoke it was right before your book dropped and I feel like it's a whole other life that you're leading now. So how are you doing with this fiber fueled madness? Mike the guy, the guy who had this experiment and all of a sudden experimental blew up nail crazy hair and like all over their face I'm like what the heck just out. It's kind of insane I mean look I could not be more proud of that book I put my heart and soul into that book. And it was a pure passion project and I didn't know if there would be any response at all and when the pandemic hit. I kind of. Had A couple of weeks in May have told you this when we talked before? I had a couple of weeks in late March. Early April rows kind of moping around like I was like a broken man. I was like a broken man I was just I do. Like wearing sweatpants everywhere and my wife, let's go do something and I'm just like lean on the couch making moaning noises. Is, launching up during a pandemic. Well because basically happened is all my plans got pulled. He's like I was supposed to fly out to L. A. to be rich rose five. All these different things and everything else on strategic boom squash like all this work that you've done squash it's gone. And so but then I just got Kinda pissed you know. I just got kind of pissed. Yeah. Well, because I worked for two years on the PUCK. And I'm not GonNa let is frigging pandemic. completely destroyed my book launch rate and so I kind of busted my tail trying to do you know as much as I could to get the word out and. I mean it just feels really good like the most important thing truly is when you get these messages from people who read the book I was literally I'm not exaggerating Julia is Rena message this morning. From someone who's like. Basically. I have been suffering with arthritis for years to the point that like it has affected my mobility. And I tried different diets, none of them have worked. In now in following your plan and Mike, I would really woke up this morning with zero pain. Latin I'm just like okay. I didn't expect that to happen

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The Latino Vote in 2020

Latino Rebels Radio

04:59 min | 3 weeks ago

The Latino Vote in 2020

"Bernard will thank you so much for being on Latino radio with me. I. It's great to be here when it's finally great to connect as I was saying before. Big Admire of what you do, I don't know where you get the stamina and energy to all of the different things that you do. It's I don't know either. But I just keep you love what you do. You love what you do and and I'm first of all congratulations. I caught the film Kudos to you because. on. A couple levels. It's perhaps the first film I've seen. That actually gets into the nuances. So thank you. I've been I've been waiting for it so I I appreciate that and it means a lot coming from you. And I think you know I don't know exactly how old you are but I imagine we're close Gen-x, I'm genetic. So so am I so we are does already. But but you know I think for those of us who have been covering this you know I'm a I'm a documentary filmmaker. I'm not a not a print journalists or radio journalist, but I've been covering. Latin. Next Latino issues for most of my life wasn't my career and I think our generation we really got Steph to with the coverage being about the so called sleeping giant app you know my God that ridiculous term and And so it was exciting to be able to. Try to go after that nuance of diversity perspectives in kind of meaningful way. Obviously for me my team, the big thing was the like everyone else in the world was the pandemic and it just made. You know producing. Challenge because it's interesting I do WanNa talk about that. But but because what was interesting pre pandemic because I was covering the election I was actually in Las Vegas that weekend? And it was really intr the caucus right and actually went to a caucus and was on MSNBC in talking about it and everyone was talking about Bernie and everything, and it was fascinating to see you capture not only that but Texas and sort of this narrative that was coming out about the Latino vote and I can just see the thread right I'm watching it and I'm like Oh my God this is remember pre pandemic or this was wow this is a thing like you captured it and then all of a sudden boom. So talk to me about how it started because the beginning of the film to me really. You did a lot of to really begin to look at what was going on and then all of a sudden it took a detour but but but how has a filmmaker? How did you adapt because I was fascinated that you still went and because I want to talk about how you filmed the rest of it but but talk to me about the beginning and then the detour so you're you're absolutely right. So we you know. The production came together quickly I was just in the lead up to the Nevada caucuses I was I was raising money just hounding funders to get money to do this, and you know it's still always a little bit of a battle to. Communicate the importance of this story but we just got funding and I was doing what you are doing, which has to be you know to be boots on the ground, follow the campaign, and as you pointed out the narrative at the time was the very the deep enthusiasm for Bernie Sanders especially among Mexican, American voters younger lat next voters obviously there was just this groundswell of support that we heard from organizers, and so we're going to follow that story. You know what? There's this very clear enthusiasm for sanders among young Latino voters in black and Brown voters in general, and where is that going to go on at the time obviously Biden was incredibly weak. He showed very poorly at the caucuses. As, we all experienced and. I I was just struck personally by how much enthusiasm there was for Sanders I. In my lifetime you hadn't seen anything like that me neither I remember one night after a production day. Been Shooting all day and I was in a lift with my crew on the way to a restaurant probably have some drinks. After, grueling day and talking to lift driver, who's May he Gano and know of course I was asked to bring him with questions. You know who are you gonNA. Vote for are you interested in the caucus, etc And he said, you know something that to me was very telling He said, I'm GonNa vote for for Bernie for Bernie because my daughters are in college and they got really excited about him and so they influenced me to vote you know. So this is a story that you heard in a lot of places that younger voters were influencing their parents. So that was like the you know I was very interested in following that and what was going to happen on up in the lead up to Super Super Tuesday. So that was kind of the narrative is basically follow the campaign trail as it relates to the next vote and then see how it's all going to play out. None of US anticipated the pandemic. That was the

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The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music

ODDDIO Podcast

06:23 min | 11 months ago

The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music

"A look into my eyes. You will see who are my name is Lucifer. Please take my hand. Those lyrics from a song called neighb- recorded by Black Sabbath in one thousand nine hundred seventy hi I'm FAO Hsun and today. We'll talk about satanism. In Popular American Music Wikipedia Satanism page states the following prior to the public practice satanism existed primarily as an accusation by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents rather than a self identity religious studies scholars say that the very definition initiative the term has a history of being designation made by people against those whom they dislike. It is a term used for uttering and in the Bible Satan and the word was used as an ordinary noun. Meaning the adversary the terms satanism and Satanist I appear in English and French during the sixteenth century and Satanism didn't become an official religion until nineteen sixty six when the Church of Satan was established by Anton Levay besides being being a philosopher and occultist Levy was a musician who played multiple instruments including the Oregon in addition to his infamous satanic mass album. Other other albums would be released by levay in the nineties. This leveraging of music by the very person who established the Church of Satan made historical sense in context particularly Italy regarding art and entertainment where the concept of Satan has long been used as a symbol of expression. Many classical compositions were said to be vehicle for the the devil particularly due to the use of a specific combination of notes. A unique cord within music itself that was associated with evil. Known as the Devil's record the notes when played together has many other names including Diablo's in New Jersey. GotTa Latin for Devil and music or the devil's interval. The Tri tone the tree and the Flathead v basically. It's a combination of notes that when played together in accord become the musical equivalent of the Hebrew. GBD'S ABC's the court can be found in compositions from Beethoven and Wagner and even jazz composition such as the girl from EPA Nima and the Song Maria from West aside story fender dot com actually gives budding guitarists a tutorial on how to create the devils cord and it serves as a great description of what it is so our read it quote in simple terms tripod or yod is a fifth played. One Fret down to play of latiff with a G.. Power Cord place so your first finger on the third fred of the low e string. That's the root note or the G.. Now put your third finger to frets up on the fifth fret of with the a string. That's the fifth in this case the D. to complete the power cord placed your fourth finger next to your third finger on the next ring over the the destroying. That's the octave of the root note. Another G. strummed together. These three strings create a pleasant sounding. Chord G. D. G.. But but if you take your second finger and played a frat down as a D. Flatt instead of a d. it creates a flat. V when played after the I G or plucked slowly in a g root note G Octave d flat flat v Progression. It creates a dissonant or ugly tone especially with distortion and that that is the devils cord in their infancy. The genres of Blues and Jazz were routinely referred to as the Devil's music partially due to the innate rebellion within the sound and the lyrics themselves but also partially due to an institutionally dehumanized regard of black musicians and black people. In general neural. The devils cord first appeared in rock music when Jimi Hendrix used it in the opening of his classic Song Purple Haze it would later become a staple in the repertoire are black Sabbath. Who are cited as one of the pioneering bands of the heavy metal genre and it would be heavy metal that took the devils cord and ran like a bat out of hell? Oh with it with numerous metal bands. Such as Metallica slipknot and slayer who even named their nineteen ninety eight album. Diab Bula Sin Musica but it was black black Sabbath perhaps more than any other modern band that may the devils core part of American mainstream music the band which like every rock band at at the time was originally rooted in Blues. They first called themselves the Polka Tall Blues Band and then later they call themselves earth it was the latter name Earth Earth that presented a challenge as it was being used by another English group at the same time they were also inspired by nine hundred sixty three horror film called black Sabbath. That started the legendary Boris Karloff. They saw that a local horror movie. Theatre had a line of people waiting to buy tickets and intrigued by the appeal of this type of content. They went ahead head and wrote a song also titled Black Sabbath. The lyrics were based on a horror story and a nightmare. One of the members of the band had these horror movie lyrics combined with the foreboding introduced by the devils core helped the band create an unprecedented experience in music. According to Wikipedia the new sound was a a quote stark contrast to the popular music of the late nineteen sixties which was dominated by a flower power folk music and Hippie culture and an attempt at creating the musical equivalent of horror films and quote the commercial success of this new sound came despite being initially critically panned hand along with marketing stunts such as releasing titles on Friday the thirteen and recording music in dungeons it was clear. The dark side and music was connecting connecting with audiences it would be black Sabbath commercial embrace of the devils cord along with horror and demonic symbolism and themes that influenced every metal act that followed and laid the groundwork for every sub genre from the blackest and truly demonic to grunge to popular bands such as Nirvana van Halen soundgarden and Marilyn Manson

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"latin american" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"latin american" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

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"latin american" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"latin american" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

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"latin american" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"latin american" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

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"latin american" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on ESPN FC

"If he does break out your popcorn got your proper because he's been known to have those moments. I let back Obama's but not as controversial. He last managed on y'all to the end the last season, basically, April before that he was at watt furred Benfica's bit Benfica he won Europa league without that Madrid him and then during this kind of the jewel of his resume, but his last three stops head off it wad furred Espanol. He's basically one of now those aren't big teams, but he's basically one third of his games winning percentage. Those three stops thirty three thirty five rain granted the pool he's swimming in a lot deeper over there. And then would be so aside from. Geeky Sanchez again got who should notice has no international experience. I mean, you look at his resumes. Got a lot of good clubs there. He's got no international experience. Does that resume? Do you like that resume or or does it have holes in it for you has lots of holes? Yeah. He's never managed the national team. He's never been parked in. What is the Latin American press? He has a certain. Way of working and some of those methods won't be well received here, not just with the press. But with the federation, you know, how it is in Mexican soccer. You can't just call you want. There has to be a reason behind it. But has to be on board. The federation takes very seriously. There are a lot of holes. If you ask me you need a coach as well season. Now funk wasn't that? He was almost Kika Sanchez, Florida if you think about and he had that same exact resume coaching club. He had maybe a brief stint in Mexican soccer with that. But he coached in Latin American soccer. And that's what he knew he was a club soccer coach, and they gave an opportunity was to be national team coach. And there were win percentage was among the highest in its history. I know didn't get to that final fifth game win percentage of the national team level is a lot of games that don't mean any correct. So I think it's worth pointing out that the other thing about the resume is like it's you compared it to Saudi Saudi was club. But it was Latin American club. It was not European club outside of. A few years at Manchester City visible trainers trainer. This club resume to me people at this point, if Deka son just Florida's who the federation has is going to settle on. Let's hypothetically are we overvaluing and for those who can't see this putting in Europe like the value of Europe. I mean, I get it. It's all your, but it's cutoff it what for Espanyol. Those are the last three stops should a guy who's been at those clubs really be a leading candidate for the Mexican national team. Why would he have really quickly? You feel me? I mean like, I get it. It's europe. But at Mexico world's level World Cups, just at least is mid table. And the bottom of that midtable. It's on the other side of that mid table. When you talk about results, you can say whatever you want. They've got him to straight seven straight second next round, knockout games, or whatever. But the bottom half of that midtable half the teams make it to the second round from there..

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"latin american" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Thursday, President Trump tweeted up a storm about the flow of Latin American migrants passing through Mexico. He said he would deploy the military and closest the southern border. If Mexico doesn't stop the migrants. This was kind of a surprise wasn't at what prompted these tweets? Well, he's been talking about it for a couple of days. Now, in fact, over the weekend, the president actually addressed the issue of family separation which his administration ruled that they would not condone in June. After a series of family separation cases that left a number of children that had crossed into the United States without any adults companions. And so the president once again reiterated that he would be willing to return to family separate. Nations which was very controversial is a deterrence to prevent people from flooding the borders. And he has been maintaining that this caravan from Latin America and a number of other migrant groups were headed to the border and that Latin America particularly Mexico was not doing enough to prevent them from reaching the US border. We saw two days ago on Tuesday, the president actually threatened Honduras and told them that he would revoke any US aid to Honduras. If it did not do more to prevent people from leaving Honduras who are heading toward the US border. And so this has been ultimately a pattern of comments throughout the week. But ultimately, what this boils down to is that midterm elections are a couple of weeks away, and this is something that the president feels very strongly about. We know this, of course, even with regard to the spending Bill that had passed through the o- through congress in recent weeks, the by. Hypotheses in spending Bill a homeland security and a couple of other departments were actually put off and that they, they said that they would address spending in those departments in December, and the president was livid about this and said that he wants to build a wall, and he wants to be sure that there's enough spending for homeland security, and he's been very angry that solutions have not been found to essentially address and comply with his campaign promises of building a wall and really sealing off the US southern border. And so all of this kind of is building up, especially as we get closer to the midterm elections Wall Street Journal, White House reporter Vivienne Salama. Thanks, Vivienne. Thanks so much. And that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner at the Wall Street Journal in New York..

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"latin american" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"With what's news. I'm Charlie Turner at the Wall Street Journal in New York. In a moment, we'll talk with Wall Street Journal reporter Vivienne Salama about President Trump's tweets regarding the flow of Latin American migrants as well as an unscheduled meeting between the president and secretary of state Mike Pompeo regarding the disappearance of journalist, Jamal, Khashoggi. I hear some top news headlines, fresh concerns about global growth, weighed on US stock markets. Thursday with tech shares suffering the biggest declines for the latest updates on how the markets fared head to wsj.com and WSJ podcasts. One of southern Afghantistan most powerful political and military figures was assassinated Thursday, and the top US commander in the country escaped unharmed. It came when bodyguards for the governor of southern Kandahar province opened fire following a meeting to discuss security preparations for this weekend's parliamentary elections. The. Taliban, which has pledged to disrupt the election set for Saturday claimed responsibility for the attack. The US commander, army general. Scott Miller was not wounded and general Abdulrazak Kandahar's police chief died of gunshot wounds, an escalating battle between the US and China for supremacy and semiconductor. Technology is playing out in federal court between Chinese telecom, giant, wow way technologies and a Silicon Valley startup backed by Microsoft and Dell technologies cenex lab and its co-founder alleged in Texas federal court this week, that while way and its future way unit have engaged in a multi year plan to steal cenex technology. A lawyer for Weiwei denied the allegations which were made in a countersuit in response to a complaint. Weiwei itself had filed last year, accusing cenex of stealing its trade secrets and demanding detailed information about cenex as technology. Apple will hold a special event on October. Thirtieth in Brooklyn, New York. That's expected to focus on updates to the ipad and app. Apples line of MAC, computers, apple sent out invites and officially announced the event on its website, Thursday without any hints to what might becoming except for the fact that the image on each invitation appeared to be different. Apple just held an event in September to show off new iphones and smart watches, but was curiously quiet about other product lines like ipad and MAC leading many to believe the company would have a separate event for those products before the holiday shopping season still to come President Trump tweets about migrants and gets an update from secretary of state peyot. This.

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"latin american" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Latin american transportation holiday three to kings various day locations the owner of we the bakery have says he about says six the hundred actual people cleanup showed up will to get happen a slice later in the month apple has and admitted ramallah there's back something kfi else wrong news with their products la county sheriff's capitalists detectives confirmed that are its trying iphones to figure out ipads why a husband and in macs zenica computers read a murdered are vulnerable his family to them to killed process himself their flies investigators called'spectre say there and was meltdown no note and it no says history no customers of domestic have been affected violence so far but when but a friend they could have put reach out the software family this updates morning to reduce they vulnerabilities call police for four meltdown people and they're planning to release an update to the safari web browser in a few days to defend against the security flaw known as specter the company says if performances affected it won't be by much earlier apple it admitted in apologized for slowing down phones after updates were installed there now offering replacement batteries to fix that problem for twenty nine dollars any king kfi news the national unemployment rate has once again held steady ups seventeen year low delivered of arben says the economy out of two million jobs last year in the jobless rate is at four point one percent for a third straight month the last time unemployment was that low was in two thousand last month marked ten years since the start of these socalled great recession a baby hippo at the cincinnati zoo has become a big money maker merchandise inspired by fiona has earned nearly half a million dollars for the zoo products include everything from clothing and ornaments two beer and ice cream the zoo says more than two hundred thousand dollars of the money was used for fiona neonatal care the rest of the money will go toward taking care of its other hippos fiona will celebrate her first birthday in about two weeks a man in ohio believed wheel of fortune host pet say jack told him to kill his elder elderly mother has been found not guilty by reason of insanity the.

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"latin american" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"Latin american crisis in china's going to intervene that's not that realistic for china like they could try some ability to do that what they don't have the ability that we have to go anywhere and it's not just arc carrier groups it's our most importantly our network of bases so we have alliances with dozens of countries in which south korea is a good example we have roughly founder of forty thousand fifty thousand american troops and support personnel sitting in south korea right now similar in japan similarly all over the world china's and have anything remotely close to that so we have all these assets already staged and the ability to go all over and planes that can fly everywhere they don't and so and part of the reason we have all those bases is because of diplomacy correct yes so are there is the fear that some of these places are going to be like i don't like you guys anymore you can leave now that's definitely a problem the other problem is that they're not going to trust that we're gonna be there when they need us so these are range men's they vary but a lot of them are basically mutual security arrangements that's nato that's south korea that's japan we're going to defend them and they are going to defend us obviously it's kind of a oneway street we usually need defending they're the ones who need defending but you know whatever their there for us if we would call on them the question is is that a credible commitment on our part so will the south koreans believe that we are actually going to go to war to protect them if as is the case right now north korea can threaten l a with annihilation that was not the case a few years ago now so he won the north koreans and more powerful and to trump has raised all these questions in their minds will is he actually does actually care about this and what when where is china's stand on this i mean is china would if let's say that hypothetically we were really going to go to war with them with china with no with north korea china's going to defend north korea right i mean they're they're going to take they had i yet does.

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"latin american" Discussed on Marketing Today

Marketing Today

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on Marketing Today

"At chee you've any goals through any circumstance they have i think that that kind of struggle at some points of mci no per se earnings to keep up flowed into go further has be on a lot of meat and for me to be you know very per sowing always and my goals so i think that that pardon king my family has helped me to be on online who i am today fused you would keep you goon drives you personally personally i'm a law i have two kids and while my family basically trying to find a balance of course between my personal my career that has been uh really impact all in my life and to see them grow to see them learn each day i think that that's the passion i have today in life good i should've stir the sooner you of saying i think this is my first interview in colombia i think is where you are renews yeah i'm eighth nathan miami but i'm right now in colombia in my hometown got the hannah mesa suv we hear traffic in the background it's the colombian traffic we have a lot here too the oil zuhdi giddy tell me a little bit about your role it subway in what you oversee there why worked for latin american office and we oversee their we can't he have more than 4000 chops near megyn and i worked for the marketing team building brand as a healthy growth strategies implementing marked on kaunda's and of course achieving growth.

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"latin american" Discussed on Marketing Today

Marketing Today

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on Marketing Today

"Two for all of us it's about particularly where the consumers going in getting half of it right one of the things you want to do is create adds that don't suck the bracing chains creates late possibility i'm alan heart and this is marketing today today on the code laura pass is the regional senior marketing manager at subway and has responsibility for the latin american markets we've heard a lot of talk about artificial intelligence and the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning among other types of technologies and marketing these days it's really hard to talk to just about anybody without the topic coming up but few people have i met that have actually implemented in some form or fashion and so laura today is going to talk to us about program that they're using to optimize their paid social campaigns how they went about it the results that they've achieved and the type of partner that they're working with today using this technology to help improve their marketing efforts i hope you enjoyed the show laura welcome to the show thank you so much how will so i wanna start off today get the know you a little bit better and i love asking this question which is what experience of beer passed the fines and makes up who you've become nets at south lyon so i don't think it's just one specific aspect thinking that their lives and fell many experience a you got to be who you are and of course evolving every time i might say that i was born in joy in interclan all family and as an enterpreneurs they of course ace ups and downs through life and i was really nyse when everything was going really well they always say like hey we have to be we need smart because at some point things could go wrong and when things go wrong and if they went wrong of course they were always striving to learn to gain more knowledge and to be fair for the future and to continue striving for more an end to.

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"latin american" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Two for all of us it's about particularly where the consumers going in getting half of it right one of the things you want to do is create adds that don't suck the bracing chains creates late possibility i'm alan heart and this is marketing today today on the code laura pass is the regional senior marketing manager at subway and has responsibility for the latin american markets we've heard a lot of talk about artificial intelligence and the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning among other types of technologies and marketing these days it's really hard to talk to just about anybody without the topic coming up but few people have i met that have actually implemented in some form or fashion and so laura today is going to talk to us about program that they're using to optimize their paid social campaigns how they went about it the results that they've achieved and the type of partner that they're working with today using this technology to help improve their marketing efforts i hope you enjoyed the show laura welcome to the show thank you so much how will so i wanna start off today get the know you a little bit better and i love asking this question which is what experience of beer passed the fines and makes up who you've become nets at south lyon so i don't think it's just one specific aspect thinking that their lives and fell many experience a you got to be who you are and of course evolving every time i might say that i was born in joy in interclan all family and as an enterpreneurs they of course ace ups and downs through life and i was really nyse when everything was going really well they always say like hey we have to be we need smart because at some point things could go wrong and when things go wrong and if they went wrong of course they were always striving to learn to gain more knowledge and to be fair for the future and to continue striving for more an end to.

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"latin american" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

The Extraordinary Negroes

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

"All sides and if there are rules i liked them to be mine joel's this care air kinda gave me a a different perspective than what i was raised to be and it kinda open my eyes to a life i could possibly live so she resonated with me ally be uh i don't losses housing adults i kind of went to dislike crash horse like latin american cinema college all college friends like what are you read you never wash harlem nights my mom is east aggregate ali abbas barbra streisand movie so lag electric hundreds rally mr rou but was like baid to watch like the wizards that a crash horse of like all of the ebu that this was not in my house because of a was in light of bam or public access television it was not my house on and so it did it as early resonate premier work that um but there were some things that i liked and i can appreciate it as their initial effort but there are a lot of things i wareham bested for me but i come to realise later that i just never really liked spike as a writer of always appreciate it spike when he is like crafting someone else's already narrative dashes generally the how i feel about him and i'm sure will gets what has to talk about the series so i appreciate it but like the way up in areas were constructive work for me in the first place besmirch listener let's see i saw it for the first time less.

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"latin american" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

The Extraordinary Negroes

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

"All sides and if there are rules i liked them to be mine joel's this care air kinda gave me a a different perspective than what i was raised to be and it kinda open my eyes to a life i could possibly live so she resonated with me ally be uh i don't losses housing adults i kind of went to dislike crash horse like latin american cinema college all college friends like what are you read you never wash harlem nights my mom is east aggregate ali abbas barbra streisand movie so lag electric hundreds rally mr rou but was like baid to watch like the wizards that a crash horse of like all of the ebu that this was not in my house because of a was in light of bam or public access television it was not my house on and so it did it as early resonate premier work that um but there were some things that i liked and i can appreciate it as their initial effort but there are a lot of things i wareham bested for me but i come to realise later that i just never really liked spike as a writer of always appreciate it spike when he is like crafting someone else's already narrative dashes generally the how i feel about him and i'm sure will gets what has to talk about the series so i appreciate it but like the way up in areas were constructive work for me in the first place besmirch listener let's see i saw it for the first time less.

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"latin american" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Summer it gets a little cool even over at at it's out of schools of stakeholders at stake thick was dan freezin' some nights but some guys like you know eighty five maybe even get up to ninety where you don't have to know you're not stretching you know you just get out there near yet a sweat going in the first two or three uh two or three miniature out there you'd is filled lose a feels like summer sometimes it doesn't feel like summer here in the city is added turned to some guy to think yeah but it it uh you you i mean especially in latin american players uh they like at hot uh you know that's what they're used to back home and uh they enjoy that's kind of weather uh i would loved it i would love paid a latin american guys it they would just do some funny things i mean it was awesome uh to watch i've been all mayor friel free off real uh we just laugh joke around and i'm out there with my no sleeves on and just like two sucking it up and these guys are just like how do you do it i'm like i don't know but i grew up in a mom harry as hell so i just use my to my advantage you know it's one of those things were i i think a lot of it has to do with it you know the fact that when it is that whether it i mean it when you play there is a visitor uh the weather is a big deal because during the day you walk around san francisco and it's gorgeous then all of a sudden that that's coolness comes in and you're like whoa were that come from so it could be the weather but my big philosophy like i said before is you want winners you want to build your team around people that are winners.

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"latin american" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"Nah nah okay i don't know latin american and my role with it not invite euro g e kalathil to now i said you they would invite me it would say that it would say og or in light of what save worries oshii zone own party love the mall everything and i don't know why you think fucking tony and i result and because you can't tell somebody that how that works liz that so i didn't get to invite to that party but all this time it that canada was taking pictures in front of the big nights fireplace and shit i thought it was in florida's for some reason now is an a la it's an la author was wanted by definitely was i thought so too because he was rodman little bay of the just but everybody keep saying the party was at his house in la portals and in rugged to asses allegedly downward count is really ill as as a industry insiders themselves so jobs where he just did that you talk about the then we just shut up as an industry inside rory as an industry insider as i trust you inside the industry when you talk about no not you work a complex i'm a venue do a morning show for the in hollow vent vendor i'm a vendor okay amid independent vendor illiquid fame as in music the show as body every morning for an hour near now or an hour would unit you be up there for a while he nor the center of people to checking people i adore y'all joe automakers at where he work.

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"latin american" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"The high number of films at the festival is a strength of our festival because within this one festival you have several other minifestivals you know you've got a documentary film festival going on you've got a midnight film festival going on you've gotten experimental film festival in our wavelengths action going on you could spend eur ten days of the festival you're just watching asian films or just watching latin american films and if we you know if if we were a smaller festival we will not be able to cover that scope of world cinema okay so says you have to be more discerning thumbs down now you review what is acting look for it in a documentary that makes it nec say says a hassle it'll have to be more discerning what are looking for hyundai yes notes of a great question because that you know there are some refill and so we look at in so many really good films that we a look at so one thing i'm always looking for in a film is to be surprise you know when i spend the summer watching a few hundred films you start to see things that feel familiar the ways of telling stories that feel familiar and it is all i want to but it it it strikes me when something when i bought something in feels like gosh i haven't seen this before in that could either be in the way the story is being told or the subject matter.

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"latin american" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"latin american" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Our of latin american descent and the game baseball is bigger than just that one team in that team is never going to figure it out as long as they're in a place where there are better things to do at all times and go said much basically so i'm in a minute you talk about the glow in that glow like it has manifested itself in something concrete are you saying free agent signings like or you just think like just a general feeling in like emotions around the team and positive attitude like what do you think that glow how it manifests itself in a concrete way i think both of their saying you know clinton making that made a good point which is that baseball's just not huge there right and and you can say well that has a lot to do with the product that loria put on the field which was not good and we don't know if that could change but you know the dithered it's just kind of a fact of the city and what people are interested in miami what they've shown to be interested in i do think having the most famous like beloved baseball player more involved having amac community events having pushing this team and i don't doubt the derg jeter is going to do all those things will help in terms of building the profile the team drawing attention towards it now as far as the free agent side of things at us how to um you know guys didn't want to play for jeffrey loria has no mystery so again this i think benefits from the nowhere to go but up trajectory with tudor you know even if he is not the primary stakeholder.

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