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"latina magazine" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

06:22 min | 2 months ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"latina magazine" Discussed on The View

The View

07:44 min | 4 months ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on The View

"Back hilaria. Baldwin is under fire for accusations that she's been misrepresenting herself as a spaniard even though she was born in boston so she tried to clear things up on instagram. Tackle have tried in the past to clear but sometimes people don't always Report and right. What what you say. Kind of just put my hands up hannah white girl and be very clear that europe has a lot of white people in them in there and my family is white ethnically. I am a mix of many many many things culturally. I grew up with fifty cultures. So it's really as simple as that. So i guess people are not accepting her explanation. I i'm not sure. Why but should we be questioning her. If that's who she wants to be. I opened it up. What are you thanks sunny. Yeah i do. I'm actually questioning it. Because she was very flippant in her explanation. And and says you know. Why is this a big deal. I think it's a big deal. Because this is about the fetish sizing hispanic women and latino women. It's not just the fake accent. Which in and of itself. I think is terrible. She faked an entire identity. She intentionally culturally appropriate. It the spanish culture and used culture for branding to make herself be a more exotic and successful and she took up space in that sense from let the women from hispanic women and was on covers of magazines and intentionally lead people to believe as recently as april twenty twenty on a podcast that she indeed was from spain and i think that any success that she has had is stolen success. And i think that's wrong. There's it's one thing to appreciate a culture. It's another thing to appropriate that culture for your own success. What do you think of this backlash. You think it's too much. You think you understand it at all sarah. Well i'm a little torn here. I'm friendly with alario and we're not regularly friends. But i've interviewed her. We've i've been on her podcast. I and she's been she's very kind and lovely woman so some of this stuff It didn't add up when i listened to it. I wasn't aware of some of this. So it kind of threw me back a little. Like i definitely see that and hearing sonny's explanation makes sense because i do. I do believe you don't wanna be taking up space for someone else who is fact spanish. Latina i understood exactly what you said sunny but i do believe in. This is not a backlash and the rage online. If you read some of the comments and things it just it turns my stomach because you you want to be able to call someone out and say that's not right or why but the language has become that mob beatdown of someone online. That's doing their work and being torn apart for this. So i don't know if the response is equal to the crime here i. I know her more from her. Podcast is a mom. and the transparency. Her in daphne. Oz have in motherhood and the challenges. And i know her as a yoga instructor so i don't think of her as scanning literally on the spanish roots but i understand the point sonny was making right. What about you. What's your thought on. All of this people are more angry with hilaria baldwin for saying she's spanish than they are with trump saying that he won this election. I mean come on get off of it. I don't know what she did. Exactly why is she bringing color into this. She says she's white. People in spain are caucasian. aren't they. I don't understand that part at all. But that's besides that americans like to reinvent themselves. Didn't mcdonagh come up with an english says ra- michigan. Yeah it's british. So i don't know it's like i don't know maybe she's trying to have fun with herself. I'm not sure what's going on here. But i think that meet girl thing against her. That's going on online is outrageous. Come on leave her alone. I know the girl also very briefly. And she's been to my house with alec. she's a nice person. I don't know what she was up. Till i is it appropriate in another culture. I don't know maybe maybe some appreciation of another culture that she likes it so much you you want to know something. I was once the dasa woman of the year. Now we all know. Now that i'm ninety two percent italian so but they should be the dasa woman of the year. I mean it goes. You know everything is all mixed up at this point and i kind of like it and what about. You may get this. I think the difference bits is any of this. Latest thing is her being given an award to be. I assume they thought you were jewish. Is that you weren't going around. Saying i'm jewish and then making money off of going to events because you claim to be jewish. I actually think this is quite serious. And i think after the summer that we had with george floyd and the huge racial tensions and the rioting and the protesting that happened as a white woman have taken real real understanding and thought and recognition and really tried to see my role in what is happening in the country. And i've really realized just how fragile race relations are in the country since george floyd riots and protesting the summer and part of the frustration. Is that white. People are taking responsibility taking credit for work and things and being given opportunities. That minorities are not hilaria. Baldwin was on the cover of latina magazine pretending or at least not saying that. She wasn't latina and getting a cover of a magazine. That'll latina woman should have gotten. She has gotten jobs. She has gotten roles she has gotten money. She has gotten platforms that. If it was supposed to be given to a latino women it should have been given to a real one. And i'm sorry but don't come on tv today and say that it's no big deal she's just module and then a few months ago. We're talking about the giant issues that we're having in this country that need to be healed. She needs to take responsibility. She needs to say she's sorry to the hispanic and latino women in this country that she is hurt baptist when she says she's a white woman. What can you explain the sunny. Can you explain that to what she taught. She only said that she was caught. Yeah that and yes you know. My mother-in-law is is spanish spaniards in europe their european. My husband is have european. He was born in spain but she is pretending to be from spain allied about it. She is not here. She is not from spain. That is a lie and again. She culturally appropriated the spanish culture. That is currently renegotiating and as megan set so eloquently and she took up space from latino and hispanic women and that is awful and it shouldn't be just swell taken lightly. We gotta go. I'm sorry we gotta go. We'll be right back..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Blocked and Reported

Blocked and Reported

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Blocked and Reported

"I'm joking when i say like this is great. I'm glad you did it. I'm glad you did it mostly. Just because it annoyed the worst people on twitter obviously. There's a scammy element but the underlying bankruptcy of the sort of racial conversation. This reveals including people believing that spanish is the same as latino which again there's such important differences there and like i'm sure this of yours is very nice but what she said just doesn't make any sense. She didn't really expanded notion of harm in this anyway. I'm magic did such a stupid story to be honest outta in this same thread. She says for nearly a decade at and she s latina magazine here latina touted hillary a baldwin a white woman with white parents from massachusetts during this time the magazine has been accused of erasing black latinas publishing pieces about how white latinas are somehow discriminated for being dark enough the fact that hillary a baldwin pretended to be from spain with ridiculous accident while some of us have been denied opportunities for actual accents is disgusting the fact that she pretended to be an immigrant at a time of hatred detention and deportation is sick. I'm not in a position to say this. I don't buy the idea that in twenty twenty. Your media opportunities will be hindered by having a latino accent. I think frankly the opposite. That's what's so weird is like we live in a world. where like uber. I mean it's endless. Pandering on this stuff. You know uber doing billboards like racists aren't welcome here. Whatever and clearly you know. There are still structural obstacles to get into lots of form of media. If you don't have money those obstacles are not like. Oh you're bilingual. You have an accent. Well you're not going to fit in at this. I mean i really think that's like exactly the opposite of the truth. Yeah that's especially true and upper class. Highly educated feels like media. There's a huge purse to diversify. You are bilingual. That's a selling point. Let me why do you think alario baldwin try to give herself this extra hispanic flares because of exactly that now if your friends argument was that started. Racial groups are structures are less likely to be able to take an unpaid internship. Or whatever i agree with that complete. Here's my favorite my favorite part of this from the new york times interview with illyria baldwin. Larry so ilaria. So the the lenny. Brusco briscoe account so they so the new york times when they were if you recall when they were writing about scott alexander the rationalist. They were trying to unmask the rationalist blogger. They were trying to unmask Said that it was their policy not to not to grant people anonymity and then this is a line from this new york times piece. She said that she in this case. Is this twitter account this anonymous account. She said that. Miss baldwin's american upbringing was an open secret among many people in new york and she just decided to make it less secret. Were all board and it just seems so strange to me that no one has ever come out and set it especially for someone who gets so much. Media attention said the woman who was granted an anonymity by the new york times because she said she was scared. That mr baldwin who agreed to take an anger management course in two thousand nineteen in order to dispose of charges after a fight with a man in a parking spot and has been arrested escorted from a plan and suspended from a job as an msnbc him as nbc hosts on. The last decade would punch her.

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"I don't know but there are plenty of these types of people that like just are rich and just can't afford to sound like something else and dress like something else but because that lends that we look at it is all just whiteness. It doesn't get this type of attention. So i do think what you're talking about. Americans inability to separate like wh what it means to impersonate a latin. Next person that that does not appear to be what this woman was doing. Well make it like cool but it's a little station maybe like it's just like you know i the one thing i will say for. Sure for a you know what. I would go for almost all members of the baldwin family on this and say that wasn't the plan pretty much. Every time of those fuckers is in the news. They you know they did something. It doesn't ever seem like that was planning a thought thought through so so. That is a little bit. Where i'm like. You know you 'cause you're as she as a fellow dumb american Would also out some subconscious level. Know that if you pretend that your first language is spanish and your second language is english you get some and you're a white woman but with dark hair like she has You get a certain amount of people mistake you for being latin acts or whatever like you get some sort of minority nece even even when you don't intend to even though it's not real that's the thing is just because it's not real doesn't mean it's not real right doesn't mean you weirdly benefit from it. Yeah she's been on these like she's been in latina magazine. That's the most egregious part of it to me. She was on the cover of magazine. Which is a spanish publication. Right so maybe they were just like a lady who lived here cool knows but but to be on the cover to be in latina magazine if anyone asked me to be and latina look i lived in chicago for long enough to get mistaken for all kinds of all kinds of things that i was not and if anyone had said hey do you wanna come on latina magazine and like do recipes or something. I'd be like oh. I really shouldn't thank you so much like that's error is just her lenovo year on but as someone i you know i i fucking lecture on all the time. I'm fucking idiot..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I Dunno Stephen King Novel Well Most. I kind of got famous for your work in Latin Boys. Go to hell. I remember when that that movie. I hit the scene in ninety seven. So it's been a while. Yeah twenty three years with shooting before then I was as a matter of fact like I had just come from a sheet. I remember this because it was it was I mean. It's unforgettable is I was. I just finished shooting Jaylo for the first cover of Latina magazine. You know Jaylo had just done money. Train hadn't come out yet and she was. Everyone was buzzing about her. She could be the next big thing and just come for. She knows in an elevator where wait till my syndication agents and this woman Movie role. Yeah give me your card and Shimmer card and I never called her and she casts somebody in that movie. Tony Ward actually. He has Tony Ward but he was too yeah he evidently he was Italian. He came off to Italian and she really needed. Someone came off a little more Latinos so she founding tacos not pizza he. Yeah exactly I'm trying to think of as she wanted. Tuxedos not sausage you rights and I get juries. Oh cut off at the end and transit. So Oh at the remember that Ryder Jesse it. When I came out and God to be honest with you it's been so many years marks the black and white thinking I came out around the same time I may have seen them like nothing time. Yup exactly it came out. It came out not long after Hustler and then Tony Word Left. Like after he didn't do he didn't do he didn't he got. He didn't do a Lambrusco to help but he went on to do that. Other one I think it was hustled. White is out where he was actually requested. Yes so maybe that was right before right. Yeah it was all around the time I remember all that Bruce Slippery stuff and then at the gay the gay film festivals like we would. We'd be hopping around together. Like I would see those guys at the film festivals and stuff. It's almost like you occupy the same cultural space as Madonna's backup dancers from. What is it a truth or dare you know? Yeah it's like you know in in your kind of like the sex icon of the Queer indie film scene from the late nineties am. I don't know yeah absolutely you know and and I always wondered if he ever like hung out with some of these other Like Tony Ward or Madonna's backup dancers and shared your own stories. I didn't directly. I mean it wasn't like oh it's not like we all like hung out because we all we're all from the same stock at that point but I ended up shooting Tony Award for bunch of stuff and we kind of became friendly and Lewis one of the back. Madonna's backup dancers was in a show with my boyfriend at the time so I befriended him and we stayed in touch for a few years after that. But but it wasn't like we'd all sit around and talk about like what pop culture space we occupied. Yeah sure that none of going like well. Do you think that the breakdown of gender and now roles and not really excited at the time to have a queer spotlight that you could be in you know so many like you guys were kind of like the first pioneers and being sexual and being in the spotlight and not being in porn right? And that's that's what I that's you in hindsight like. I don't like as you're going through your life you don't you don't know what you know know you're doing you don't know you're making a difference or having any impact with but I've come to realize that you know because of so like pro outwardly. Gay All the time in everything. I did I just I feel like you know I feel like I feel like I might have laid the groundwork for some for the younger generation to just you know to kind of live their truth because I mean that's what I was doing. It wasn't like I'm GonNa live my truth. I didn't consciously decide to do that. It just kind of happened but while we met you right when the Star bootie film was going out we interview you and Rupaul here in Chicago and you know both the eyes were so sweet so humble so kind I remember Reu just being like I don't know if the you know if I'm going to retire soon or what's going to happen like there's just a lot of like There were simpler times in some ways social media weighing down on us and now it just seems like a lot of people aren't as experimental another cautious now. Ironically even though we have so much visibility people have very guarded and how they express themselves. I mean that's it's a byproduct of being overly pc and it's also a byproduct of catering to the new media you know we didn't have any media that we have to cater to back. Then you know we now have to do everything in thirty second quick clips and it can't be suggestive because they'll ban you from instagram or the you from talk in sound like you're dumbing yourself down to cater to some corporate idea of what you know of corporate standard of what's acceptable. It's exhausting to me like I'm tired of it so affected everytime tick tock knocks one of my videos off. Because you know it's all it's all art I'll post like a beautiful like body painted model like doing this coal dancing. I edited to like crazy music. And they'll ban it because I literally have to appeal every single thing anyway the whole thing but just basically a platform for the Chinese government to push propaganda until western countries but you don't facebook instagram. It's all to push some like a handful of people's propaganda. That's all it is. Yeah and it's unnerving and for me it's like you know I almost don't WanNA participate in them. Because like I get demoralized. I'm just like why even bother me on twitter. You know it it just you know. I'm fighting for attention. With Donald Trump. You know what I'm saying and I'm just like what how you how'd you keeping yourself above head above water during the coronavirus pandemic yeah? I live down near Princeton New Jersey. Now I live in the city anymore. So in we have topper he and dog and husband and you know we have room to run around and use alike. I'm fortunate that I don't. I'm not confined to an apartment. You know there's no cycling exercise I can do. I can do for amount of stuff here so I don't I don't feel touchy kind of it's been kind of sort of vacation for me. I mean it's I know it's a terrible thing for a lot of people but it's kind of made me kind of appreciate simple things and Did you take better care of myself? And you know when you're limited by of I mean I've been. I've been doing that. And and just not going down the rabbit hole you're like I don't go down the rabbit hole of discussions on the pandemic political discussions..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I Dunno Stephen King Novel Well Most. I kind of got famous for your work in Latin Boys. Go to hell. I remember when that that movie. I hit the scene in ninety seven. So it's been a while. Yeah twenty three years with him before then. I was as a matter of fact like I had just come from a sheet. I remember this because it was it was I mean. It's unforgettable is I was. I just finished shooting Jaylo for the first cover of Latina magazine. You know Jaylo had just done money. Train hadn't come out yet and choose. Everyone's buzzing about her. She could be the next big thing and just come for. She knows in an elevator where wait till my syndication agents and this woman You WanNa be in a movie role. Yeah give me your card and Shimmer card and I never called her and she casts somebody in that movie. Tony Ward actually. He has Tony Ward but he was too yeah he evidently he was Italian. He came off to Italian and she really needed. Someone came off a little more Latinos so she founding tacos not pizza he. Yeah exactly I'm trying to think of it as she wanted. Tuxedos not sausage. What are you tally rights? And I get juries. Oh cut off at the end and transit so oh at the remember that Rider Jefferson when I came out. And I'm going to God to be honest with you. It's been so many years marks the black and white thinking. I came out around the same time. I may have seen them like around. Nothing Time Yup exactly came out after Hustler and then Tony Word Left. Like after he didn't do he didn't do he didn't he got. He didn't do a Lambrusco to help but he went on to do that. Other one I think it was hustled. White is out where he was actually requested. Yes so maybe that was right before right. Yeah it was all around the time I remember all that Bruce Slippery stuff and then the gay the gay film festivals like we would. We'd be hopping around together. Like I would see those guys at the film festivals and stuff. It's almost like you occupy the same cultural space as Madonna's backup dancers from. What is it a truth or dare you know? Yeah it's like you know in in your kind of like the sex icon of the Queer indie film scene from the late nineties am. I don't know yeah absolutely you know and and I always wondered if he ever like hung out with some of these other Like Tony Ward or Madonna's backup dancers and shared your own stories. I didn't directly. I mean it wasn't like oh it's not like we all like hung out because we all we're all from the same stock at that point but I ended up shooting Tony Award for stuff and we kind of became friendly and Lewis. One of the back. Madonna's backup dancers was in a show with my boyfriend at the time so I befriended him and we stayed in touch for a few years after that. But but it wasn't like we'd all sit around and talk about like what pop culture space we occupied. Yeah sure that none of nobody was going like well. Do you think that the breakdown of gender and now roles and not really excited at the time to have a queer spotlight that you could be in you know so many like you guys were kind of like the first pioneers and being sexual and being in the spotlight and not being in porn right? And that's that's what I that's you in hindsight like. I don't like as you're going through your life you don't you don't know what you know you're doing you don't know you're making a difference or having any impact with but I've come to realize that you know because of so like pro outwardly. Gay All the time and everything. I did I just I feel like you know I feel like I feel like I might have laid the groundwork for some for the younger generation to just you know to kind of live their truth because I mean that's what I was doing. It wasn't like I'm GonNa live my truth. I didn't consciously decide to do that. It just kind of happened but while we met you right when the Star bootie film was going out we interview you and Rupaul here in Chicago and you know both the eyes were so sweet so humble so kind I remember Reu just being like I don't know if the you know if I'm going to retire soon or what's going to happen like there's just a lot of like There were simpler times in some ways social media weighing down on us and now it just seems like a lot of people aren't as experimental cautious now. Ironically even though we have so much visibility people have very guarded and how they express themselves. I mean that's it's a byproduct of being overly pc and it's also a byproduct of catering to the new media you know we didn't have any media that we have to cater to back. Then you know we now have to do everything in thirty second quick clips and it can't be suggestive because they'll ban you from instagram or the you from talk in sound like you're dumbing yourself down to cater to some corporate idea of what you know of corporate standard of what's acceptable invest. It's exhausting to me like I'm tired of it so affected everytime tick tock knocks one of my videos off. Because you know it's all it's all art I'll post like a beautiful like body painted model like doing this coal dancing. I edited to like crazy music. And they'll ban it because I literally have to appeal every single thing anyway the whole thing but play just basically a platform for the Chinese government to push propaganda until western countries. But that's but you don't facebook instagram. It's all to push some of like a handful of people's propaganda. That's all it is. Yeah and it's unnerving and for me it's like you know I almost don't WanNA participate in them. Because like I get demoralized. I'm just like why even bother me on twitter. You know it it just you know. I'm fighting for attention. With Donald Trump. You know what I'm saying and I'm just like what how you how'd you keeping yourself above head above water during the coronavirus pandemic feeling? Yeah I live down near Princeton New Jersey. Now I live in the city anymore. So in we have topper he and dog and husband and you know we have room to run around and use alike. I'm very fortunate that I don't. I'm not confined to an apartment. You know. There's no cycling exercise I can do. I can do for of stuff here so I don't I don't feel touchy of. It's been kind of sort of vacation for me. I mean it's I know it's a terrible thing for a lot of people but it's kind of made me kind of appreciate simple things and Did you take better care of myself? And you know when you're limited by lot of I mean I've been. I've been doing that. And and just not going down the rabbit hole you're like I don't go down the rabbit hole of discussions on the pandemic political discussions..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I Dunno Stephen King Novel Most. I kind of got famous for your work in Latin Boys. Go to hell. I remember when that that movie. I hit the scene in ninety seven. So it's been a while twenty three years with him before then. I was as a matter of fact like I had just come from a sheet. I remember this because it was it was I mean. It's unforgettable is I was. I just finished shooting Jaylo for the first cover of Latina magazine. You know Jaylo had just done money. Train hadn't come out yet and choose. Everyone was buzzing about her. She could be the next big thing and just come for. She knows in an elevator where wait till my syndication agents and this woman You WanNa be in a movie role. Yeah give me your card and Shimmer card and I never called her and she casts somebody in that movie. Tony Ward actually. He has Tony Ward but he was too yeah he evidently he was Italian. He came off to Italian and she really needed. Someone came off a little more Latinos so she founding tacos not pizza he. Yeah exactly I'm trying to think of as she wanted Tuxedos not sausage. What are you tally rights? And I get juries. Oh cut off at the end and transit so oh at the remember that Rider Jefferson. I did I saw when I came out. And I'm going to God to be honest with you. It's been so many years marks the black and white thinking I came out around the same time I may have seen them like nothing time. Yup exactly came out. It came out not long after Hustler and then Tony Word Left. Like after he didn't do he didn't do he didn't he got. He didn't do a Lambrusco to help but he went on to do that. Other one I think it was hustled. White is out where he was actually requested. Yes that was right before right. Yeah it was all around the time I remember all that Bruce Slippery stuff and then the gay the gay film festivals like we would. We'd be hopping around together. Like I would see those guys at the film festivals and stuff. It's almost like you occupy the same cultural space as Madonna's backup dancers from. What is it a truth or dare you know? Yeah it's like you know in in your kind of like the sex icon of the Queer indie film scene from the late nineties am. I don't know yeah absolutely you know and and I always wondered if he ever like hung out with some of these other Like Tony Ward or Madonna's backup dancers and shared your own stories. I didn't directly. I mean it wasn't like oh it's not like we all like hung out because we all we're all from the same stock at that point but I ended up shooting Tony Award for stuff and we kind of became friendly and Lewis. One of the back. Madonna's backup dancers was in a show with my boyfriend at the time so I befriended him and we stayed in touch for a few years after that. But but it wasn't like we'd all sit around and talk about like what pop culture space we occupied. Yeah sure that none of going like well. Do you think that the breakdown of gender and now roles and not really excited at the time to have a queer spotlight that you could be in you know so many like you guys were kind of like the first pioneers and being sexual and being in the spotlight and not being in porn right? And that's that's what I that's you in hindsight like. I don't like as you're going through your life you don't you don't know what you know you're doing you don't know you're making a difference or having any impact with but I've come to realize that you know because of so like pro outwardly. Gay All the time in everything. I did I just I feel like you know I feel like I feel like I might have laid the groundwork for some for the younger generation to just you know to kind of live their truth because I mean that's what I was doing. It wasn't like I'm GonNa live my truth. I didn't consciously decide to do that. It just kind of happened but while we met you right when the Star bootie film was going out we interview you and Rupaul here in Chicago and you know both the eyes were so sweet so humble so kind I remember Reu just being like I don't know if the you know if I'm going to retire soon or what's going to happen like there's just a lot of like There were simpler times in some ways social media weighing down on us and it just seems like a lot of people aren't as experimental cashless now. Ironically even though we have so much visibility people have very guarded and how they express themselves. I mean that's it's a byproduct of being overly pc and it's also a byproduct of catering to the new media you know we didn't have any media that we have to cater to back. Then you know we now have to do everything in thirty second quick clips and it can't be suggestive because they'll ban you from instagram or the you from talk in sound like you're dumbing yourself down to cater to some corporate idea of what you know of corporate standard of what's acceptable. It's exhausting to me like I'm tired of it so affected everytime tick tock knocks one of my videos off. Because you know it's all it's all art I'll post like a beautiful like body painted model like doing this coal dancing. I edited to like crazy music. And they'll ban it because I literally have to appeal every single thing anyway the whole thing but play just basically a platform for the Chinese government to push propaganda until western countries. But you don't facebook instagram. It's all to push some like a handful of people's Propaganda. That's all it is. Yeah and it's unnerving and and for me it's like you know I almost don't WanNA participate in them. Because like I get demoralized. I'm just like why even bother me on twitter. You know it it just you know. I'm fighting for attention. With Donald Trump. You know what I'm saying and I'm just like what how you how'd you keeping yourself above head above water during the coronavirus pandemic yeah? I live down near Princeton New Jersey. Now I live in the city anymore. So in we have topper he and dog and husband and you know we have room to run around and use alike. I'm very fortunate that I don't. I'm not confined to an apartment. You know there's no cycling exercise I can do. I can do for stuff here so I I don't feel touchy kind of it's been kind of sort of vacation for me. I mean it's I know it's a terrible thing for a lot of people but it's kind of made me appreciate simple things and Did you take better care of myself? And you know when you're limited by lot of I mean I've been. I've been doing that. And and just not going down the rabbit hole you're like I don't go down the rabbit hole of discussions on the pandemic political discussions..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I Dunno Stephen King Novel Well Most. I kind of got famous for your work in Latin Boys. Go to hell. I remember when that that movie. I hit the scene in ninety seven. So it's been a while. Yeah twenty three years with him before then. I was as a matter of fact like I had just come from a sheet. I remember this because it was it was I mean. It's unforgettable is I was. I just finished shooting Jaylo for the first cover of Latina magazine. You know Jaylo had just done money. Train hadn't come out yet and choose. Everyone's buzzing about her. She could be the next big thing and just come for. She knows in an elevator where wait till my syndication agents and this woman Movie Yeah Give Me Your Card and Shimmer card and I never called her and she casts somebody in that movie. Tony Ward actually. He has Tony Ward but he was too yeah he evidently he was to Italian. He came off to Italian and she really needed. Someone came off a little more Latinos so she founding tacos not pizza he. Yeah exactly I'm trying to think of as she wanted. Tuxedos not sausage. What are you of Rights and get juries? Oh cut off at the end and transit so oh at the remember that Rider Jefferson when I came out and but I'm going God I to be honest with you. It's been so many years marks the black and white thinking I came out around the same time I may have seen them like nothing time. Yup exactly it came out. It came out not long after Hustler and then Tony Word Left. Like after he didn't do he didn't do he didn't he got. He didn't do Lambrusco to help but he went on to do that other one. I think it was hustled. White is out where he was actually requested. Yes so maybe that was right before right. Yeah it was all around the time I remember all that Bruce Slippery stuff and then the gay the gay film festivals like we would. We'd be hopping around together. Like I would see those guys at the film festivals and stuff. It's almost like you occupy the same cultural space as Madonna's backup dancers from. What is it a truth or dare you know? Yeah it's like you know in in your kind of like the sex icon of the Queer indie film scene from the late nineties. Yeah absolutely you know and and I always wondered if he ever like hung out with some of these other Like Tony Ward or Madonna's backup dancers and shared your own stories. I didn't directly. I mean it wasn't like oh it's not like we all like hung out because we all we're all from the same stock at that point but I ended up shooting Tony Award for stuff and we kind of became friendly and Lewis. One of the back. Madonna's backup dancers was in a show with my boyfriend at the time so I befriended him and we stayed in touch for a few years after that. But but it wasn't like we'd all sit around and talk about like what pop culture space we occupied. Yeah sure that none of nobody was going like well. Do you think that the breakdown of gender and now roles and not really excited at the time to have a queer spotlight that you could be in you know so many like you guys were kind of like the first pioneers and being sexual and being in the spotlight and not being in porn right? And that's that's what I that's you in hindsight like. I don't like as you're going through your life you don't you don't know what you know know you're doing you don't know you're making a difference or having any impact with but I've come to realize that you know because of so like pro outwardly. Gay All the time in everything. I did I just I feel like you know I feel like I feel like I might have laid the groundwork for some for the younger generation to just you know to kind of live their truth because I mean that's what I was doing. It wasn't like I'm GonNa live my truth. I didn't consciously decide to do that. It just kind of happened but while we met you right when the Star bootie film was going out we interview you and Rupaul here in Chicago and you know both the eyes were so sweet so humble so kind I remember Reu just being like I don't know if the you know if I'm going to retire soon or what's going to happen like there's just a lot of like There were simpler times in some ways social media weighing down on us and it just seems like a lot of people aren't as experimental cashless now. Ironically even though we have so much visibility people have very guarded and how they express themselves. I mean that's it's a byproduct of being overly pc and it's also a byproduct of catering to the new media you know we didn't have any media that we have to cater to back. Then you know we now have to do everything in thirty second quick clips and it can't be suggestive because they'll ban you from instagram or the you from talk in sound like you're dumbing yourself down to cater to some corporate idea of what you know of corporate standard of what's acceptable invest. It's exhausting to me like I'm tired of it so affected everytime tick tock knocks one of my videos off. Because you know it's all it's all art I'll post like a beautiful like body painted model like doing this coal dancing. I edited to like crazy music. And they'll ban it because I literally have to appeal every single thing anyway the whole thing but just basically a platform for the Chinese government to push propaganda until western countries but you don't facebook instagram. It's all to push some of like a handful of people's propaganda. That's all it is. Yeah and it's unnerving and for me it's like you know I almost don't WanNA participate in them. Because like I get demoralized. I'm just like why even bother me on twitter. You know it it just you know. I'm fighting for attention. With Donald Trump. You know what I'm saying and I'm just like what how you. How do you keeping yourself above head above water during the coronavirus pandemic yeah? I live down near Princeton New Jersey. Now I live in the city anymore. So in we have topper he and dog and husband and you know we have room to run around and use alike. I'm very fortunate that I don't. I'm not confined to an apartment. You know there's no cycling exercise I can do. I can do for amount of stuff here so I I don't feel touchy kind of it's been kind of sort of vacation for me. I mean it's I know it's a terrible thing for a lot of people but it's kind of made me kind of appreciate simple things and Did you take better care of myself? And you know when you're limited by a lot of I mean I've been. I've been doing that and and just not going down the rabbit hole. You're like I don't go down the rabbit hole of discussions on the pandemic political discussions..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"Finding in the space of writing a space in which to be So I remember playing at writing where I would just take a notebook before I knew how to write words and scribble until the notebook was finished. And I think that even now when I find myself in a situation in which I feel foreign or disconnected or D. rooted. Derisively what I do when I know how to do is to take out a notebook and put my pen down on it and I immediately feel and this is gonNA sound esoteric but I immediately feel like a rooted nece in just that action so I think I knew early on or maybe I discovered early on something that I understood later much later. Spend about ten years reworking sidewalks. Sorry I started writing sidewalks when I was in my early twenties. Maybe twenty or twenty one but I had no idea that I was writing a book. I was just writing stuff and then eventually understood that that I was writing maybe essays but they were like a series of essays and they were all about literary urbanism and Coming Of Age. Say Somehow and It took me five years or so to write that tiny book Learning how to write through writing it But it wasn't really ten years it was about. It was about five years of South. Still a sizable amount of time. I mean have you. Have you been allowed to take that much time with any project since? Oh that's as much time as I usually take. We talked with them. Kristie Hogger. Who was the founder of Latina magazine? And she'd gone on to become a film producer earned than an agent at ca and she talks a lot about professional metabolism. And how you have to know what sort of time line you enjoy working on that for some people five years is a lifetime and they would lose interest and then for other people that is exactly the right amount of time. I love that notion of proof of metabolism absolutely. I think it's for me I've discovered with time. It's really important to spend a lot of time and have a lot of patients at the beginning of the projects that I undertake. I need to read aloud. I need to see a lot of concerts and exhibitions and write notes and I ninety two to spend time Thinking and not writing on the computer and just allowing things to grow very slowly and then after euro two of doing that if I am still if I am still enthusiastic and the word really is enthusiastic about the questions that I'm pursuing. Then I know that that I can continue so because I am both captivated by that idea but also a pragmatist. How do you pay the bills? While you're waiting for those ideas to hatch. I teach and I write articles Here and there and I was very lucky to receive a MacArthur grant. You're among the many geniuses so that definitely has helped these. I think if you don't have that if you don't have that piece tucked away than the anxiety and the push to create something for the purpose of being able to be paid for that work becomes driving motivation which is perfectly fine to you're right. I think trying to make a living or simply exploring. The human saw are are equally valid motivations and it's and there is an anxiety always whatever the drive there's an anxiety of not being able to do it of dove or do of producing something meaningless of not being able to to reach deep enough into unselfish to actually produce something that's of any worth it's and we have to work with that fear right and not against it. I think we have to work with fear. Was that particularly true for you when you were writing Tell me how it ends or when you were writing. Lost Children I archives because to some extent it is someone else's story Yeah definitely Tell me how it ends has a lot of your story. Yeah I mean my story is rather irrelevant in it. It's important that it's there was for me because it was important for me That the reader knew where I was standing as as a narrative voice in in that in the exhibition in that way of denouncing what was happening in the immigration courts. Right which for someone who hasn't read is from the vantage point of someone who will obtain legal status and have a green card exude. It is interrogating the question of what it means to be an immigrant and what it means to have legal status and the privilege that comes with absolutely it's really important to to to to be transparent about the place from which you write and the way that that place determines your relationship to that which you write about. I am a member of the Hispanic Community of the Latino community. But I am a member who came here by plane and by foot and with a student visa and who who has enormous privilege and therefore also enormous responsibility toward my community in this discussion about appropriation and is are. We allowed to write about this or that. I personally think that writers should have the freedom not only the freedom but the responsibility to write about others and otherness and go beyond themselves. That is my stands but I think that it has to be done sensibly and with with common sense and with intelligence and with transparency as well About the place at that you that your gaze occupies hey today. WanNa tell you about a new podcast. I am loving. It's called dear. Young rocker remember the fourteen year old version of you. Awkward insecure the Weirdo in you fiercely independent but longing to connect in this narrative. Podcast Join House Chelsea Ersan as she relives her teen years struggling to field enough to exist and finding a home in music each episode dives deep into Teen Chelsea's journal Entries Navigate School family relationships and joining I band and occasionally adult Chelsea chimes in with advice for her younger self at the same time that it offers a poignant funny look at what being a teenager is lake dear. Young rocker also creates honest dialogue around the issues of body. Image Gender Power Dynamics in mental health and had shines a spotlight on the way those are magnified during our teen years. The works that were talking about. Come Out of your experience translating for Central American migrant children. What prompted you to take on that role as a translator. Well I started translating in court not for literary reasons but because I I had finally understood after after the the mess and the chaos with the media created around. The situation haven't understood that that would really was happening was that the Obama Administration had declared all children coming in from Central America as part of a priority docket in court and that that meant that now the only had previously they had an entire year to find the lawyer that would defend them from deportation but now they only had twenty one days so there was a national emergency but the emergency was getting these kids representation getting lawyers this twenty fourteen twenty fifth. This is twenty fourteen. The summer of two thousand fourteen the the surge was the highest surge. The one the one that that was the catalyst for for what was conceived as an immigration crisis but it was called an immigration crisis from an institutional point of view not from the point of view of children That's third happened really between October. Two thousand thirteen and June. Twenty fourteen about sixty thousand children had come in alone on documented and seeking asylum or other other visas and what was needed people interviewing kids to screen them in court and once once they had been interviewed Getting that testimony in into English and into the hands of a lawyer who might decide to take on that story as a case to represent so I became involved in that capacity as as someone who could translate from Spanish to English. And who could help find lawyers for children? I think it is one of those things you can read about and then you can actually do and see in bear witness to and it is fundamentally different when you were that close to it and when it's not numbers and faceless people but people who you know yeah well that's the reason. I wrote to me how it ends basically and it was written in the spirit of denouncing what I was seeing in court as you say from a very short distance and in a moment in America in which most people were I guess in a kind of voluntary ignorance about the atrocities happening under the amendment administration right because unfortunately when we have a Democrat in office Feel like we can go to sleep for a while. But it's not the case right so I wanted to write a book that would denounce what was happening. What the Obama Administration knowingly or not don't know laid the groundwork for or laid the ground for Is the mass incarceration of undocumented immigrants. During the Obama Administration there were approximately two thousand children in what are euphemistically called shelters but are in fact detention spaces. There were around two thousand children Now there are fourteen thousand children and the amount of contracts being made between the government and private industries just for twenty twenty to build more detention spaces for kids is is really worrying and that is a direction in which we're moving and mass incarceration. He has become the new normal in in the context of undocumented immigration..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"I deeply believe that in this country. We've always had the population. We needed an increasingly interglobal interglobal world. This is the population that we should be. Grooming whether we're chinese-american Polish American African American Latina magazine. This is the moment that we can really get everybody up. Level to level up to bring in the fruits of the future is a great line that you disuse which we have always had the population that we needed. You Know Barack Obama after the made a comment after the the last Olympics that I thought it was it was. It was a terrific comment. He didn't grounded grounded in politics could've easily grounded in the politics immigration. He says you know there's a reason why America is always number one or number two in the metals no matter what Olympics six we had and it's because we come from everywhere all right. I wanted to start that way because I want to get into what happened in Milwaukee and it because as I'm concerned about a few things here and I'm curious where where your head is Adam. This this is of course referring to the incident when a An American citizen of Peruvian descent. I believe I guess it got it back and forth with another gentleman from Wisconsin. -SCONSIN this option of Wisconsin A dispute over a parking space and suddenly the Peruvian man's Skin color mattered To the person any threw battery acid Adam and it was this is a hate crime pure and simple based on his ethnicity. I'm still waiting for the president to say anything and I'm sure I don't know if you want the president say anything or not but has there been enough national leadership on this issue zero. I mean zero and that's what's astounding. So the back story is that he parked discard the John. The other gentlemen wanted the car space and I guess he didn't move. He came back out and he did move or he didn't his car Reva Corner. Basically the the guy was trying this gentleman. He tried to all right yes. He apparently moved two blocks. Okay this was caught on camera. I know so and the the other ones will go back to your country right and he's like I'm a US citizen and at least nineteen years. I think he threw battery acid. But I think the most heartbreaking piece that I had to re to as I read the story and watch the videos that he had to go to his children to Sun and explain what happened to him and as a parent. This idea that you are not only not able to be safe by that is that what does that translate for what you're communicating to your to. Your family is really tough. But but I think that the this is all very real with the president in office hate crimes among Latinos amount Jewish Americans among African Americans Asians Muslims have skyrocketed. This is true a bullying it now is among in the Mon- in Mung the Latino community. It's the number one mental health issue that parents have concerns with their kids. It's it's there's a friend of mine WHO's Muslim and her our son. This is an Arlington County. Public School was at in the lunchroom called a terrorist. Yeah and it really setback grades. He didn't tell his mother the incident until after the school year so she couldn't and by the time she could engage the leadership of the school because their kid didn't didn't WanNa tell her well it's embarrassing. It's but it was in you know it's it's again Arlington County. This is this is not a a red enclave of anything. or any sort of Maga- hat Wisconsin. Right I mean I think that's the challenge is that we're seeing it everywhere. I mean even the even though in little town where I grew up in the local middle school during trump's election was spray painted with go back. Go back to your country. Where fifty percent of the kids were Latino denote? They were Americans right and I think this is. This is an incredible leadership moment. Explain that this transition that we're experiencing creates possibilities for us. The people a yellow go back to go back home or the descendants of people who were told to go back home. I'd go back home literally. Their grandparents were told. Go back to the country you came from when they came over well and I I like to remind folks I mean we were. We were established by religious refugees. Right like that is that is our origin at ah for better or worse and the I think the challenge right now with these conversations is that we are turning off the excitement of a generation of young the Americans who feel that patriotism has been overtaken by the nationalist right. And that's a danger because we want folks to be bought into our possibility Eh. But if they're not getting the if they're not getting the resources they're not getting addressed and their pain is not gonNA address. We can't do that. Look let's let's be a bit crankier. About what fear campaigns do veer pay and pains. Don't motivate people to vote they motivate people not to vote. Don't they explain. Some people might think. Oh this fear campaigns going to inspire more. It looks to me like it's a scare tactic. It's an absolute scare tactic and it was interesting. It's completely dubious because they try to. They a lot of what we're starting to see in social media and social media feeds for example my staff I think I shared with you chuck. They're starting to receive a stuff from the from the right talking about socialism and how the Democrats are bad. And so they tried equivocate. These policies as kind of neutrally both you being courted but in a perverse way. Now it's more of a stay at home you're getting courted in Don't come out right because if you think we're bad well they're gonNA send you back to the country that you your family may have come from what they've experienced right so it kinda neutralizes. The vote The Democrats are doing the same the thing on the Republican side. They're trying to neutralize the Republicans from coming out But it's not A. That's not a healthy tactic or long term strategy. If what you believe if you believe that are are. The underpinnings of our democracy isn't massive participation right so for both of these parties to be up to those dirty tactics for the work that I do. It's not only more difficult perfect but I really believe that. The system works for the people who occupy and our job is to occupy these young people into the boat voting booth. It is tough in politics. Do not have an aspirational final message. And I feel like now this is I have. Do you feel as if that the Spanish community right now. Particularly the politically engaged Hispanics SPANDEX. Feel as if there's a fear campaign. This is considering Paso batter this Milwaukee incident. I just our in our job job is to counteract I was just going to say what you view your messaging to be. What do you view? And here's something else who could step up to fill the leadership void right now. Is it have to be a presidential candidate or are there others. I think it has to be a combination. I think that it has to become a nation but I think it has to be someone that can speak to do the totality of Americans for it to be effective and for it to be smart And in this moment when we talk about the fear tactics they're real because people who have done harm to Latino community has connected directly to the voting block you mentioned El Paso in El Paso the creed that this man who decided that he was going to jump in ten hours and drive down and kill 'em 'cause maximum pain in his creed. He said that he wanted to Tamper Down Hispanic voting block. You can't get more explicit it and so we're hearing the messages but what we need to do is Talk Mano Mano with the Community and take a lot of lessons that we borrowed from the Civil Rights Movement and that we borrowed from California after proposition. Eighty seven where we were experiencing very similar heightened tension not as much direct violence and and that was organized. And speak about what happens. When you participate California Up to twenty five years ago it was a swing state and then Pete Wilson decided that he was gonna put it on the backs of our families and we decided to organize and mobilize and now California's solidly blue But that was Republicans fault I would say this is the Republicans. They should be talking to people's aspirations of why they moved their family here for many purposes. All right. Let's bring this to close on this question. which is You're you're you're a voter If anything your vote engagement voter registration organization Voto Latino. I think I know you've said this before. You have a concern that it's it's not the Democrats are going to be complacent about the Latino vote. It's that they aren't going to be fully engaged enough in vote that it's it's that there isn't a Enough registration campaigns isn't enough outreach. Who's doing the best job that you've seen so far? Let's instead of focusing on the negative of this presidential presidential campaigns who is checking a box and who is actually trying to do more than just check a box interesting. When I look at the political debates? Or whoever's going to win I would say that the majority of Democrats Reg Democrats are GONNA go out and vote for whoever The job is to ensure that you keep the white suburban moms that came out during the midterms. You want to keep them in your camp and you WanNa grow where the marketplaces you have. Twelve million young people that have turned eighteen since the last election. Twelve million more than boomers for the first time so we're going to have the largest generation that is the youngest generation that is under registered. And you have exactly fifteen million Latinas that are under register. This are the only two marketplaces you can go to go right so nothing is going to go where the voters are and that is in the south interesting. It's all on the south. It's all in the South Arizona. Virginia Georgia Texas North Carolina. It is in the south. The fact that say the least tilt story of the two thousand eighteen. Election's there are so many wins Arizona purple. No one talks about that. Not only is it is it. Is it like Virginia's it just stopping by purple on its way to it was in. Hov Lane from two thousand now. I mean it went from red to blue and twenty years a big. That's a fast change in exchange huge you change and this is what's wild Texas not so far behind Texas. You have two point five million literally a quarter of all eligible young Latino voters in that state and they're scared and they're angry what. Why is there all this money being spent on other programs and not on voter registration and I mean it feels like I'm always surprised at how? How underfunded voter registration campaigns are in Texas in general? You and me. Both I think part of the reason is that this is this talks more about the mechanics. People often times they lean church what they know and if you look at the political establishment from both parties most of the consultants and most of the operatives are all from the Midwest that is what they now oh so true. That's a fascinating point about it. It is amazing. How many operatives both parties have Iowa experience but that's what they know right so they you keep leaning into it instead dead of actually saying well this is where the future is and if there is if Virginia Colorado Nevada of recent history are any indication of where the future is it is through so young people is through Latinos is through suburban? MOMS always a pleasure to speak with my friend and colleague Maria Theresa Kamar. When we come back I'll be joined by Jonah? Goldberg and Steve Hayes both formerly of conservative publications National Review and Weekly Standard respectively..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Latino USA

"Responsible for saving these pigs lives so we know how canes impacted the making of the show they were unofficial editors of each episode but how adora impact kids or society in general to understand dora's cultural significance. I spoke to nicole kidman. This door offers piqued my interest actually when i assan article about the series in latina magazine in two thousand and five and i started watching as a late twentieth something she's he's a professor at the university of texas austin and her article dora the explorer constructing that need this and the politics of global citizenship was actually one of the most downloaded articles in the the journal of latino studies of all time and she says that because of doors huge popularity her representation has had implications on how people understand that next identity entity you're presented with a kinda generic latini dodd from makeup rico kuwa- <hes> the dominican republic etc yeah i agree with the professor faster i mean i also understand why the creators wanted to make door up on latina. It may be more inclusive and other kids feel like they can relate to her but then we're kind of a racing the differences between latin american countries culture identity all those things that make us unique just the way that dora presents with her skin tone and her straight hair and her brown is it sort of reinforces this like standard look of latina specifically that all latinos those are this mix of hispanic and indigenous descent all of the recent scholarship and research. That's come out in the last five to seven years. Especially in afro latino studies has really been invested in trying to look at the wiz that a blackness indigene have been race when in reality if we'd look it especially especially new waves of let the next migration to the united states predominantly black in indigenous people professor the van. This obviously has critiques for the way that door or a representative but there's actually one aspect of the show that she thinks is pretty radical. I think it's a very powerful message for young people and for young girls of of color in particular she sort of taking command of the narrative about where she's going to go and move in space so professor there on this argues that there's an anti colonial i'm reading up dora whereas once kakissis doors or colonists use maps to plunder and ravage communities civically in latin america. Here's a young latina brown girl using maps to help her friends and just.

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"latina magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Latinas published in English since then how beggars moved into movies and the talent business. She's now, the head of multicultural business development at CAA where it is her job. And she will tell you her mission to diversify Hollywood on and off the screen Chrissy. Becker, welcome to the program. Thanks. I'm happy to be here. So you have been in. I guess you could say the business of getting the society, but also Hollywood more multicultural for a long time now. Right. Fifteen years at CA and, and twenty years, or so, since you founded Latina magazine. How we doing? Well, you know, it's, it's interesting. I think that, that if you told me in nineteen ninety six when we launched Latina that twenty years from now, you're gonna be having the same conversation. I would have said, no way, people are going to totally get it by then like when the nineteen ninety cents is came out. There was a time magazine cover that said, oh, this is going to be the decade of the Hispanic, which I think, apparently, got rescheduled twice. And so I've sort of been through this few times, but I'm inspired, and I see progress, and we can't fall off the floor. So we're not going backwards. Are we having a better conversation though? I mean twenty years ago you jaylo on the cover of the first Latina magazine. Now she's, you know, a multi megastar and she's doing great. But, but is the overall conversation better? Well, I think the overall conversations, but I think it's complicated because, you know, we've got a political moment that you often demonize is our population and has made it a political opportunity out of doing so. And I think that, that erodes the credibility of the this is a valuable audience, and this is valuable marketplace, and all of those things tear at the fabric of not only who we are. But how we think of one another. And so I think it's a back and forth, still you go to law school. You, you found Latina magazine. And then you wind up somehow in Hollywood, how did that happen? Well, I think there's your work and then there's your life's work, and I think that my light, you know, I went into the magazine business because I wanted to be in the magazine business because I wanted to tell stories and to see our faces and, and think that, that our, our lives are as valid as anyone else's who was on a magazine cover, and we've never been on magazine covers. And so I was motivated by a sense of, of I wanted to correct that and be included. And I think that my move into entertainment. You know, producing a movie like Spangler was was similarly, motivated it wasn't because I just wanted to be in the movie business Arriva, I'd say because I want to be neater Tena business because I actually see an opportunity that allies with my personal sense of mission when you got to see a in two thousand five based on a on a little research. I did about your time there. They apparently came to you and said, you have to execute on a multicultural strategy and they. They said, you'll figure out what that is. Have you figured it out? I'm almost got it. I'm almost there. No. I think, you know, listen, when we were when we were first starting out, I think the idea was like all we need to, to change the composition of the roster. And, and one of the most important thing is about doing this actually changing the composition of who is in the industry, who's making the decisions who's choosing to, to represent folks. And I think we needed to, to think about the entire ecosystem of the industry and changing the complexion of that. And we've been making real Streisand, we're not there by any means. But boy, it's a lot better than it was. Okay. So look, there is the, the moral imperative of what you're doing. Right. Just basic Justice in this economy. Hollywood is if nothing else a very bottom line business. So when you go and you have these conversations with the white guys running the meetings at which, probably you are the only Latino or female, or person color, frankly. Are you heard? I think that, that, yes. Absolutely. And I think when there are things like Black Panther or crazy. Rich asians. The thing that I share with people all the time. And I am the only one of the room and I'm I'm lonely. You know, because I'd like there to be a lot more on the room, but being able to show people that, that, when you have a movie like crazy rich Asians. Yes. Overwhelmingly the Asian American audience showed up, but they're only six percent of the population. There were thirty six percent of the ticket virus. The thing that I share with people over and over is that sixty four percent of the people who went to see that movie or not Asian American. They are people who love a rom com. And so, you know, when you have four hundred ninety five shows on television and you have every media consumption option in the world available to you. You have to show things that we haven't seen before if you're going to attract an audience. And so, yes, I'm motivated by a personal sense of mission about changing who has access to, to tell stories. But, but the reason that it's sustainable and scalable is that it's actually a great opportunity for our business. A great business success. Christina. How beggar she's at CIA. She also founded Latina magazine. Flex law for your time. I really appreciate it. Thanks for having me. I'm honored to be here coming up. It's absurd because I've like every credit card I've ever had and like all of my accounts in all of my loans when your financial lives collide. But first, let's do the numbers. The.

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"latina magazine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on KCRW

"Bicultural, Latinas published in English since then huggers moved into movies, and the talent business. She is now the head of multicultural the business development at CAA where it is job. And she will tell you her mission to diversify Hollywood on and off the screen Christiane. Becker, welcome to the program. Thanks happy to be here. So you have been in, I guess, you could say the business of getting the society, but also Hollywood more multicultural for a long time now. Right. Fifteen years at CA and, and twenty years, or so, since you founded Latina magazine. How we doing? Well, you know, it's, it's interesting. I think that, that if you told me in nineteen ninety six when we launched Latina that twenty years from now, you're gonna be having the same conversation. I would have said, no way, people are going to totally get it by then, like when the nineteen ninety cents came out there was a time magazine cover that said, oh, this is going to be the decade of the Hispanic, which I think, apparently, got rescheduled twice. And so I'm sort of been through this few times, but I'm inspired, and I see progress, and we can't fall off the floor. So we're not going backwards. Are we having a better conversation though? I mean twenty years ago you jaylo on the cover of, of the first Latina magazine now. She's, you know, a multi megastar and she's doing great. But, but is the overall conversation better? Well, I think the overall conversations, but I think it's complicated because, you know, we've got a political moment that you often demonize is our population and has made it a political opportunity out of doing so. And I think that, that erodes the credibility of the this is valuable audience. And this is valuable marketplace, and all of those things tear at the fabric of not only who we are. But how we think of one another. And so I think it's a back and forth. Still go to law school. You, you found Latina magazine. And then you wind up somehow in Hollywood, how did that happen? Well, I think there's your work, and then there's your life's work, and I think that my life, I went into the magazine business not because I wanted to be in the magazine business because I wanted to tell stories and to see our faces and, and think that, that our, our lives are as valid as anyone else's who was on a magazine cover, and we've never been on magazine covers. And so I was motivated by a sense of, of I wanted to correct that and be included. And I think that my move into entertainment, you know, producing a movie like Spangler was was similarly, motivated it wasn't because I just wanted to be in the movie business arrive. See because I want to be near table business because I actually see an opportunity that allies with my personal sense of mission when you got to see a in two thousand five based on a on a little research. I did about your time there. They apparently came to you and said you have to actually get on a multicultural strategy and. They said, you'll figure out what that is. Have you figured it out yet? I'm almost got it. I'm almost there. Listen, when we were when we were first starting I think the idea was like all we need to, to change the composition of the roster. And, and one of the most important things about doing this actually changing the composition of who is in the industry, who's making the decisions who's choosing to, to represent folks. And I think, you know, we needed to, to think about the entire ecosystem of the industry and changing the complexion of that. And we've been making real strikes me, we're not there by any means. But boy, it's a lot better than it was. Okay. So look there, there is the, the moral imperative of what you're doing. Right. Just basic Justice in this economy. Hollywood is if nothing else a very bottom line business. So when you go and you have these conversations with the white guys running the meetings at which, probably you are the only Latino or female, or person of color, frankly. Are you heard? I think that, that, yes. Absolutely. And I think, you know, when there are things like Black Panther or crazy. Rich asians. The thing that I share with people all the time, and I am the only one of the room and I'm lonely because I'd like there to be a lot more on the room, but being able to show people that, that, when you have a movie like crazy rich Asians. Yes. Overwhelmingly the Asian American audience showed up, but they're only six percent of the population. There were thirty six percent of the ticket buyers. The thing that I share with people over and over is that sixty four percent of the people who went to see that movie are not Asian American. They are people who love rom com. And so when you have four hundred ninety five shows on television and you have every media consumption option in the world, available, you, you have to show things that we haven't seen before if you're going to attract an audience. And so, yes, I'm motivated by a personal since of mission about changing who has access to, to tell stories. But, but the reason that it's sustainable and scalable is that it's actually a great opportunity for our business. A great business success. Beggar, she's CIA. She also founded Latina magazine. Flex time. I really appreciate it. Thanks for having me. I'm honored to be here. In a whole lot of places in.

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"latina magazine" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"That I had that junk ready my head for fourteen seconds before I said, it I was like drew stop talking. Rebound story. John. You look distracted. I gotta tell you. You were saying. Good rebound. He can have that forest into it. They love him out there. And he's fell rebound. Last saw you at one of your parties, and you made a recommendation to me and my wife to watch Catherine Kim Australian verse which we binged on this and became huge fan. It's great. It's great. And and but but it's a bit of it. That's missed on us as Americans because it's funny the joint so well said will. There rebound jokes throughout its. A bid of the joke is their use of language in some specifics about astray culture and stuff that just we just can't don't get them. It has Latina magazine ski who played my mother in legit which is available on Hulu right now and played the farmer's wife by the farmer's wife beim. Yeah. She is it's amazing. That's the same person in Catholic Kim. Yes. Did you like we we we been son? I miss it. When I watch it. We got into it. And what are those ladies doing now without without biggest Ryan comedy stars? I assure him I've only been in strive for a long time. I assume they're probably doing tons more television. I met a caffeine Kim movie throughout it up. There was an Australian cinemas strike doesn't have much going on with this seemed to be very much Australia making fun of itself. It's out white trash equivalent of candidate doing trailer park, boys. It's destroy is sort of white trash type of tile if you ever watch Kevin came now. I don't Magda. Yeah, matter. Yeah. I though from maybe yield us with how we must watch it watch it, but watch a series of them until we really get it under his skin. We did we like it. Now, the thing with Magda is it's the time whatever I've worked with an actor and she's fantastic. But it's the only time that I actually guy someone line rates. And the only reason I did that was because he was playing my mother. And I wanted to be exactly like my mother, and it is eerie how much she like my mother in in legit to the to the point where when my one of my brothers was watching legit. He had to pose it and leave the room to cry. Ooh. Out of bitterness and anger Moseley. This was the cop is the top. Right. Yeah. The. Anyway, the Magda the other thing about her. She can play any age. Yeah. Which is just. Oh, no. She sees is all of the main. She was playing my mother. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was Mike up. But I mean, I looked younger. I like that. That's so many years ago, and she was like a farmer's. Yeah. She's playing a young adult in Catholic Kim that was that was the weird thing about when the movie babe came out the about a pig, right? That was the hacky line that comedians when I was living in Britain would use on the audience when when they were talking to go like, oh, you'll quite a babe. I'm referencing the movie now is the goal was that'll do. Oh, that's the hockey line. That'll do pig. Yeah. L do. I can't even say that movie again, it was just about a pig that rounded up shape. Yeah. Like that movie and talk and talk Jim come on. It was didn't really. The sheep talk. It was about classism and stuff. It had all that that you to where four being in your wherever you're pigs are supposed to do this dogs are supposed to do this. And then that was like that movie where the animals sort of tried different, Nazis and stuff Charlotte's web..

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Rains, Bedia relatives Chad Myers direction is pretty much a given how strong it will be is. Not yet known this could be plus or. Minus twenty percent this could be a hurricane at landfall a storm surge watches in effect for portion, of the Mississippi Alabama border. Dispute over labor on, this Labor Day. AFL CIO president Richard Trumka says the president hasn't done enough for workers in must include Candida in a rework of. NAFTA Trump tweets that Trumka has represented, his union poorly Senate confirmation hearings. For supreme, court. Nominee breath Kevin. All begin tomorrow Democrats still trying to. Get more documents released on capitol is time in. The White House a US servicemembers been killed another wounded in an apparent insider attack in. Eastern, Afghanistan today You're listening to a special Labor Day edition of. Bloomberg daybreak four September third, twenty eighteen US markets are closed for the holiday good day, to you I'm Bob. Moon a second the health of. The retail sector now we just finished up a slew of. Earnings reports from likes of TJ Maxx Macy's JC. Penney and WalMart for TJ access seven percent combat mar max was. Just, fantastic Macy's is raising their full year guidance by twenty cents so we think this is. A bullish to have this pretty strong consumer. Backdrop right now people are feeling good and are willing to open their wallets and WalMart was able, to draft off of that. And JC Penney was, not the consumers. In great shape if you look at retail sales in the first half of the year we're talking north of five. Percent let us look at the big, picture now with Burt Flickinger managing. Director for, strategic. Resource group Burt. Always a pleasure always great to team. Up so let me ask you do we identify. Any trends here out of. The latest earnings a couple key trends one is that off Prices good as it's Ben year to date over this Labor. Day week weekend in the past quarter really, really strong seeing Ross stores very good TJ. Owner marshalls TJ Maxx etc very good the mass volume. Retailers defined by Cosco BJ's wholesale club WalMart target all the way down to Ollie's bargain. Stores are record results very strong same stores I seem to recall that whenever those off price stores do well luxury on the other extreme seems to do well as. Well Tiffany reported a very strong earnings race guidance Serna's doing very well, LVMH is doing well Burberry's spend. Relatively strong in the great thing about Tiffany's numbers Bob is in Asia plus ten percent same. Store sales Tiffany is is really doing well in. Defining luxuries growth worldwide back, to school how important has that been for some of these, stores like WalMart for. Example back to school Very important and over seventy five billion in sales yet the national retail federation's projecting, the, back to school will be. Slightly negative for the, first, time in, about. Three years. The retailers are offsetting it by capitalizing on the bankruptcy, of, toys r. us the bankruptcy of a lot of teen retailers and the bankruptcy, of a. Lot of sporting goods retailers so back to school in macro is essentially a little worse than flat but the Spanish speaking shoppers. Which account for about one quarter of, back to school shoppers national. Retail federation is reporting Spanish speaking families are spending twenty five percent more this year. Than prior years an extra one hundred. Forty eight. Dollars and this is also going to be the last day last weekend last summer. For a cheap media to communicate on Telemundo Latina magazine great distribution, and salons, to Spanish speaking Shoppers and get cheap media away from mainstream because with the elections coming up in the primaries media costs are going to skyrocket and set. Records really so the the election has an effect on retail the election at. The national level the state level the county, level and the local town level as a huge effect on retail, because retailers are trying to spend about two percent on advertising is percent of sales and the retailers simply can't. Afford it so that's where you're seeing the downdraft of penny and earlier, Bon ton and boss Cavs and toys r. us and others said literally could not. Afford, to advertise this much so target. And Macy's and WalMart in particular very effective in buying up front media. With some of the best copy and. Creative particularly target they had strongest same store sales for target and thirteen years and a big part of it is more advertising to, Spanish speaking shoppers as well as I Asian American African American Caucasian and United Nations of consumers you mentioned, penny a JC Penney how long can it go on. Like this Bob you're asking the tough question were. On this Labor Day week were, in the fifth, anniversary of Bill, ackman and Pershing square exiting their ignominious impact on JC Penney where my professional view cataclysmic results not understanding the rhythm of retail not understanding the detail of retail command and control a. Lot of poor decisions and even though they exited. Five years ago in my professional, view they impaired the company. You look at the data that's traded down since Labor Day twenty seventeen pennies bonds are down about twenty, percent yes is right aide as PetSmart the stock market is saying retails at an, all time. High which it is but the bond market says it's sticking, us gets the best of times and worst of times and bond markets saying worst of time Times for the undercapitalized retailers and let's talk about. Another loser and that's in this. Is not a critical comment this is a? Factual, comment.

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"latina magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Search. For the missing continues I'm John trout You're listening to a special edition of, Bloomberg daybreak, four September third twenty eighteen US markets are closed for the holiday good. Day to you I'm Bob, moon a second the health of. The retail sector now we just finished up a slew of earnings reports from the likes. Of TJ Maxx Macy's JC Penney and WalMart, for TJ access seven percent combat mar max. Was just fantastic Macy's is raising their full year guidance. By twenty cents so we think this is a bullish print pretty strong consumer. Backdrop right now people are feeling good and are willing to open their wallets and WalMart was able to draft off of that JC Penney was not the consumers. In great shape if you look at retail sales in the first half, of the year we're talking north. Of five percent let us look at the big picture now with Burt Flickinger managing director for. Strategic resource group Burt always a pleasure always great. To team up so let, me ask you do we identify any trends here out of the latest turnings a. Couple key trends one is that off. Price is good It's been year to date over this Labor Day week weekend. And then the past quarter really really strong, seeing Ross stores very good TJ Maxx marshalls. TJ Maxx etc very good the mass volume retailers defined. By Cosco BJ's wholesale club WalMart target all the way down to Ollie's bargain. Stores are record results very strong same stores seem to recall that whenever those off price stores do well luxury on the other extreme seems to do well as. Well Tiffany reported very strong earnings race guiding ceremonies is doing very well, LVMH is doing well Burberry spend. Relatively strong in the great thing about Tiffany's numbers Bob is in Asia plus ten percents same. Store sales Tiffany is is really doing well in. Defining luxuries growth worldwide back, to school how important has is that been for some of these stores like WalMart. For example back to school very important And over seventy five billion in sales yet the national, retail federation is projecting the back, to school will be slightly. Negative for. The first, time, in about, three. Years but. The retailers are offsetting it by capitalizing on the bankruptcy, of, toys r. us the bankruptcy of a lot of teen retailers and the bankruptcy. Of a lot of sporting goods retailers so back to school in macro is essentially a little worse than flat but the Spanish speaking. Shoppers which account for about one. Quarter of back to school shoppers. National retail federation is reporting Spanish speaking families are spending twenty five percent more this. Year than prior years an extra one. Hundred and. Forty eight dollars and this is also going to be the last day last weekend. Last summer for a cheap media to communicate on Telemundo Latina magazine great, distribution in, salons to Spanish, speaking shoppers And get cheap media away from mainstream because with the elections coming up in the primaries media costs. Are going to skyrocket and set records really so the the election has an effect on retail the election at the national level, the state level the county level and the local town level as a, huge effect on retail because retailers are trying to spend about two percent on advertising is percent of sales and. The retailers simply can't afford it so that's where you're seeing the downdraft, of penny and earlier Bon ton and boss Boskovski toys r. us and others said. Literally, could not afford to advertise this. Much so target and Macy's in WalMart in particular very effective and buying. Up front media with some of the best. Copy and creative particularly target they had strongest same store sales for targeted thirteen years and a big part of it is more advertising, to Spanish speaking shoppers as well as Asian American African American, Caucasian and United Nations of consumers you mentioned penny, JC Penney how long can it go on like this. Bob you're asking the tough question were on this. Labor Day week were in the, fifth anniversary of, Bill ackman.

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"latina magazine" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"latina magazine" Discussed on LadyGang

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