35 Burst results for "Malcolm Little"

Winston has 2 TDs, Saints pick Jones 3 times in 28-13 win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Winston has 2 TDs, Saints pick Jones 3 times in 28-13 win

"Jameis Winston threw for two touchdowns and Malcolm Jenkins had a pick six in the saints twenty eight thirteen win over the patriots Winston completed thirteen of twenty one for one hundred twenty eight yards one week after recording a career low passer rating Taysom hill ran for a touchdown and Alvin Kamara rushed twenty four times for eighty nine yards patriots QB Matt Jones was thirty of fifty one for two hundred seventy yards and a touchdown but he also threw three interceptions two leading to saints TD's Norman's recorded three sacks and hit Jones eleven times I'm the ferry

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"malcolm little" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:27 min | Last month

"malcolm little" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The black man. Look so few White people. My so many black people. Smart cause as you were going to this research and you're watching all of this footage and you're really putting it in time and place. What was it that made them so potent as a team. Well, I think when you have someone with the wisdom and the knowledge of Malcolm X, you know he was a master orator. He was extremely well studied, not only in the teachings of the nation, but the teaching of systems of history. Um, and he was really able to take very complex concepts about oppression about systems of oppression and break them down in a way, where Common people at the average man could understand them. He was very skilled in that way. And so bringing those teachings to cashes, Clay, Um, I think really infused his sense of pride and a sense of confidence and dignity. And both of these men, you know, we're very prolific in terms of speaking truth to power. And being really outspoken at a time in the sixties, when this was kind of unheard of, and so Malcolm X one of the things that I believe, cashes clay saw, and Malcolm was his fearlessness, his ability to speak truth to power without fear of retribution. And he was saying things at the time about the oppression of black people. That was really people hadn't really heard in that exact context, very explosive rhetoric. And so I think when you combine these two, this charismatic athlete who had some of those same traits and this incredibly charismatic master or reader, you know it's a really powerful combination to get the message out. About what black people can do and being able to really speak truth to power. One of the strength of the film is you spend time developing them as as men as human beings, their personal stories all the way back to childhood. The film begins by presenting the upbringing of Malcolm X, Malcolm little from Nebraska and cashes clay from Kentucky. You know, In Malcolm's case, his parents were followers of Marcus Garvey, leading black next nationalist Ali grew up in Jim Crow, Kentucky. What was it about the way these two men were raised? Informed their friendship and would manifest itself in that relationship. Right? Well, I think to understand who these men were. You have to understand who they were growing up from once they came And you know so much of this film I want people to understand is really laser focused between 1960 to 1965. This is really a potent three year relationship. But what happens to them in their childhood and the things that they're seeing kind of growing up? I think it's important to understand those things in order to understand who these men became. And so cash just clay being kind of traumatized if you will, by what happened to Emmett till, Um, you know, a young man who is around the same age, and Malcolm X's father, you know, being essentially killed as a follower of the Marcus Garvey movement. Both of his parents were followers of the Marcus Garvey movement. I think when you understand that, and the kind of the temperature of America at the time, um it gives greater insight to why. When these two men came together, you know who had similar struggles and similar kind of childhoods. And so in terms of the ills that we're seeing around them, it made their their meeting that much more powerful. These were both men who were looking for answers. I'm looking for a way to navigate the world, um, against the backdrop of discrimination and police brutality and all of these kind of segregation and all these ills that we know in history, And so when you see that I think it provides greater context for why what they were hearing from the nation of Islam was really impactful to them. And so people asked me. What was it that really brought them together? And really, there's no simple answer. The answer is, it's the philosophy of the nation of Islam. It's their faith, and it's their commission commitment to kind of breaking down the messages we've heard over the past about African Americans and changing that narrative to something that's really positive. And really uplifting for the people. Talking about the documentary Blood Brothers, Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, We speak with the director and executive producer, Marcus a clock. So like to your point, let's focus in on that three year relationship. So cash, Clay defeats Sonny Liston in Miami in 64. At this point, Malcolm X and Ali are very close. Correct, Correct? Yeah. Yeah, you know, Ali X brings his family Miami before the fight What was significant about this particular moment in their relationship? Well, this moment is is incredibly significant for a lot of reasons. Um, you know, at that time, Malcolm X is really in kind of a difficult situation with the nation of Islam. He's kind of on the outs at that point, um, he has been punished. And so he can't really. He can't conduct himself in the normal manner. He can't speak publicly. And so Cassius Clay actually invites Malcolm and his family down to Miami, and it's kind of like a way for him to get away, Um, to kind of blow off steam and kind of lay low while also supporting who he feels is, you know who has the most potential, um, to be the heavyweight champion? And so he's going to kind of a precarious moment. And as you hear from Elias, a shabbas, they didn't take a lot of trips. They didn't go a lot of places. This was one of the only places They went, and because Malcolm X brought his whole family there. Um there's really a sense of trust. And it really underscores just how much he trusted cashes clay at this particular areas time. Now it's debatable, whether or not cash is really understood the gravity of what was going on with Malcolm or not at that time. Um, but I don't think that's really the core. The core message there. It's that here's this man sharing this time with his family. If you see this image of them together with Malcolm X's daughters, um, on Ali's lap, they they look like a beautiful family. In fact, they look like brothers in that moment. It's an incredible precious moment where their where their paths really overlapped before things get kind of dicey in their relationship. Yeah, the relationship As I alluded to in the intro, it becomes strained and somewhat publicly as well because of their, They have a very strong difference in beliefs. Ali is More has fair, say more loyal to the nation of Islam. He wants to stay within its teachings. While Malcolm I think people a lot of people, obviously New York know the story, um, has separated from the nation of Islam and and has Sort of evolved his thoughts about faith. As you could, you know, Besides from being young Can you get to why? Ali was willing To break For Malcolm. Yeah, well, I'll say is that um Cassius Clay Muhammad Ali was extremely devout to the nation of Islam at that time, and even more importantly, devout to Elijah Mohammed. And so when this kind of vision happens in their relationship, um rather than going with Malcolm, who, as a generally puts it was an individual. He stuck. He's stuck with the institution. And Elijah Muhammad was, you know a prolific leader at the time, and he was kind of the source of all the material that was really influencing cashes Clay. Um, it was coming through Malcolm X, but he's really the source, and that's really where cashes Clay Muhammad Ali's devotion was. And so in this in this kind of decision.

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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

The Fantasmagorium Show

02:00 min | Last month

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes

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Man Finds Bill Gates's Ancestors Buried on His Property

The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery

02:11 min | Last month

Man Finds Bill Gates's Ancestors Buried on His Property

"Island is home to thousands of historic cemeteries. Many of which haven't seen the light of day in years. That includes an overgrown cemetery on brian pages property in west greenwich page. Who'd recently purchased the land discovered the cemetery after following an gated path. Deep into the woods we had no idea it was there. He said it was a shock. A cemetery on our land. It's kind of weird. I don't know about you. But i would be so high. We and my older for senate on a i would be thrilled. Margaret malcolm share. The rhode island historical cemetery commission tells twelve news. There are more than thirty. Two hundred historical cemeteries across the state ranging from small family burial grounds to fully landscape gardens. One of those cemeteries is the one page uncovered historical cemetery. Ninety six appears to have been forgotten about for more than a century when he founded it page said several of the gravestones were toppled over and the cemetery itself was overgrown with weeds and brush once he realized the importance. A site page recruited family and friends to help revitalize the cemetery the crew spent hours clearing overgrown brush trees branches and rocks from sacred place. It is a nice little site we have out here and we just want to take care of it. Page said my mom wants to start giving flowers to keep it up. We're trying to do some work to fix this place up but the story doesn't end there while cleaning out. The cemetery page noticed a familiar last name on several of the gravestones. The markers belonged to israel seth and zachariah gates at first page that he didn't think anything of it it wasn't until he reached out to malcolm that he realized the significance. She left a comment in an email that she heard they may be related to the bill gates from microsoft page said The names on the headstones prompted page to launch his own investigation after researching the names on ancestry dot com page. Said he was able to link them all to the

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British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely

FT Politics

02:07 min | 2 months ago

British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely

"Delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy. Now if we look at what's happened over the past week that we know the us forces what going to withdraw themselves foam afghanistan by the end of august. And it's not a decision that the uk's being particularly happy with because we've heard from the defense secretary ben wallace who's made it quite clear that in fact. The uk export every other alternative. Do you think those ever realistically any alternative. Because in that house of commons debate. Lots of mp's of decried how we've abandoned afghanistan how we have no secured the gains that were made over the past twenty years but really. I'm not quite clear. What the alternative could have been. When i think you're bears are very important question. Because i think the really two issues running in parallel there was the more fundamental question. Should nato dictated. United states remained militarily in afghanistan indefinitely with the aspiration to ultimately defeat the

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UK Troops Forced to Leave Kabul Prematurely

FT Politics

01:11 min | 2 months ago

UK Troops Forced to Leave Kabul Prematurely

"I'm delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy.

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Constraint Active Search for Human-in-the-Loop Optimization

The TWIML AI Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Constraint Active Search for Human-in-the-Loop Optimization

"I'm here with gustavo. Malcolm's gustavo is a research engineer at intel by way of their recent acquisition of signups gustavo woke up to the tuomo. Ai podcast thank you very much for having me in the show. Hey i'm really looking forward to digging into our interview. But of course i'd like to have you share a little bit about your background and give our audience and opportunity to get to know you better tell us a little bit about your journey to machine learning and ai awesome. Absolutely well i. I'm originally from brazil. I'm a computer science by training. When i did my undergrad. I went to a very good school in my region but she wasn't strong topic but fortunately the internet was very generous with machine learning. We had the opportunity to basically watch professor. Ngo angie to talk about machine learning on youtube twelve years ago. I think tilt my friends and i created a steady group to study machine learning in. Maybe i can say that. He was my first instructor to the topic. After that i pursue. I worked in many michigan projects. I decided to do peachy in the us. I remember checking all the faculties that work with that worked with machine learning in county. How many publications they had on aisamul in newark. I don't recommend this to be a metric to consider when choosing between grad school led seven years ago or something. I was super excited about working with people who actually did machine learning in. And that's one of the things that i actually employed syllogisms now. And then that's how. I begun white majority into the field.

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Larry Elder on a Conservative's Response to Black Lives Matter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 2 months ago

Larry Elder on a Conservative's Response to Black Lives Matter

"Let's talk about the last two three years in america larry. Blm let's talk about our response to be a lamb as conservatives. What is so then. There's this big issue On the right for the conservative movement. Do we ignore the accusations of racism. And just say no. It's about freedom. Independence small government the first amendment the second amendment and engaged like that. All does that have to be some recognition of racism. We don't buy into the white supremacy garbage mantra but but can we engage can white conservative. Lying me larry engage with my fellow americans in the inner cities as a conservative and american. I i need an answer from somebody who's been delivered delivering the truth and has all the facts that his fingertips. How do we solve this problem. In an era where where social justice is the mantra for one side of the argument. Tell the truth malcolm x. One said i'm for the truth. No matter who's telling it i've often said this. Pick up your magic. Wand waved over. America remove every smidgen of racism from the heart of america. Now every white person thinks like mother teresa. Do we still have seventy percent of black boys. Entering the world of father mary to the mother we still have a fifty percent dropout rate of many of our urban high schools and kids. Who do graduate cannot read writing computer. Great holt or twenty five percent of black boys. In many of our urban settings having criminal records having been arrested on parole or probation is a number. One calls preventable death for young white boys. Accidents are accidents is another one called ridable death for young black boys homicide. Almost always at the hands of another black boy is a young black man. Eight times likely to be killed than a young white boy. If the answer to that survey questions is yes then. I submit to use stomach. Racism is not the problem and critical race. Theory and reputations are not the answer

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How to Reverse Engineer Success with Social Psychologist Ron Friedman

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:25 min | 3 months ago

How to Reverse Engineer Success with Social Psychologist Ron Friedman

"Let's talk about that. Reverse engineering because you are a psychologist you study top performance in you. Discover something that you really weren't expecting through that process. I'd love to hear more. Yeah what i discovered. Is that most of the people have gone to the top of their profession. They're not relying on talent. They're not relying on practice. In fact there's a problem with the formula that practice will get you to the top and that problem is that you can't practice an idea you've never considered and so the best ideas don't come through hours and hours of practice. They come by looking at what the best in the field or doing and then working backward to figure out how they did it and that turns out to be a remarkably common approach among top performers. So how would you. Ron define reverse engineering. I mean i think a lot of our listeners. Understand it as a general term but like what is your definition. My definition is finding the best in a field and then working backward to figure out how they did it now. In silicon valley the idea of reverse engineering is very well known. It's how he the personal computer and laptops and even the iphone but what most people realize is that reverse engineering is also how stephen king and malcolm glide well learned to write and how painters like claude monet and pablo picasso learned to paint and even how judd appetite learn to write comedy reverse engineering turns out to be far more common than anyone realized.

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Author Malcolm Gladwell Stopped Running at 16 and Started Again at 50

The Running for Real Podcast

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Author Malcolm Gladwell Stopped Running at 16 and Started Again at 50

"You know you. You have been a lifelong runner I think. I think i might start with something that i feel is Interesting and actually my husband. Who's a college age picked up. Which is the You've been nine to say often that you knew at sixteen you at in the five percent that we're gonna be piano be successful and i'm curious one how did you. What did you think he knew. That limit was when you obviously wanted. The mileage will make you were that you could have potentially reach your body. Maybe it wasn't developed to where it would be. So what gave you the the the the confidence but the decision tonight at when you had semi running is ahead of you and do you. Would you change it now. Russia would change it now. Because i now realize what colossal mistake at a not. Running prime years basically stopped running sixteen and never raced again until i was fifty so that seems crazy up but i don't think i was wrong. There's no way would put it in a world class runner from iran against someone who later turned out to be a arrogance. Two guys who later turned out to be three fifty three thirty five it would like to contemporary running. It was clear to me at the age of thirteen fourteen. Fifteen they were even though i could beat them that age. I had no confidence that i would be able to beat them. Beyond that age is is in clearly superior to me you. You're you're very at that age. I feel like we're all very very or students of these minor gradations ability and you're doing this small in multiple layers of your life here have decided in math class. Whether you're someone was pursue math right you're deciding whether you're all these things you decide you can quite closely at night. I also didn't feel. I was still globally temperamentally suited to labor which just not a very good

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'White Fragility' Robin DiAngelo Plagiarizes Malcolm X About White Liberals

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 months ago

'White Fragility' Robin DiAngelo Plagiarizes Malcolm X About White Liberals

"Who wrote that book white fragility and is about as wide as Joe Biden, by the way. Knows her audience she correctly condemned. I'm going to read to you. What he says. But what's interesting is what she says. Basically regurgitates. What? Malcolm X it So this is a new thinking on her part. D Angelo knows her audience. She correctly condemns white progressives. For their brazen self righteousness and their incessant work, signaling, which is almost entirely performative. White progressives, she writes, often treat diversity as a kind of consumer product. They can be purchased and controlled. The people who bought white fragility, even the ones who actually read it. Some of the worst offenders. She's implying that's because good intentions playing especially prominent role in perpetuating white supremacy. She says involved in an anti racism efforts can be stylish for white people, something cool that provides intense feelings and entertaining insights to be consumed a manageable doses. People become conversant with the terminology, but in practice, the terms are almost meaningless. As the author makes clear. The road to Enlightenment is not a manageable endeavor. It's a treacherous Hawley, ceaseless bird and painful yet exciting. Malcolm X said, And I paraphrase it's not the Republicans and the conservatives. Trouble me. It's the white liberals. And she's picked up on that. And she's dressed it up. And has said in thousands and thousands of words and many chapters with Malcolm X said in one or two sentences.

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6-Year-Old Girl Is Killed in Washington, D.C. Shooting

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

6-Year-Old Girl Is Killed in Washington, D.C. Shooting

"And killed and five adult shot and injured in Southeast D. C last night. It happened at the intersection of MLK and Malcolm X Avenues in Congress tights shortly after 11 P.m. seventh District officers received university was called, actually heard the shots. Fire respond to this location group of individuals running toward the responding officers. He showed them where the victims were. Executive assistant police chief fashion, Benedict says the three men and two women had non life threatening injuries. Nobody's been arrested. They're looking for a dark colored vehicle. A federal judge in

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Analyzing the Impact of a.I. And Technology on Society

IT Visionaries

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Analyzing the Impact of a.I. And Technology on Society

"Welcome everyone to another episode of visionaries in today. We're continuing our security series with casey ellis malcolm harkins. This topic is going to be about the impact of technology on society and cybersecurity. But i do these gentlemen a disservice by not letting them introduce themselves casey. Let's start with you. Tell audience who you are. Where do you work. what do you do and we'll kick it over to malcolm. Thanks it's got to be on gregg giannotti about malcolm as well but i'd say yells is cold out this out again from the founder chairman. Ceo crowd basically about crowd. What we did was to introduce the concept of connecting the white community like the crowd of creative individuals insecurity questions waiting at the table. I think at this point in time for a number of decades that have been disconnected from that. Need help you know. We started off that industry back balsa. That's commonly referred to or known as as as any programs abilities pleasure organs in interest with with finding also Otherwise hike advantage of that results and the problems that existed yet. That's that's what i do. And that's why i'm here malcolm. How would you introduce yourself. Thanks in great to be on with Both you albert and casey. So currently i'm a board member advisor coach mentor dabble with a lot of security startups in a few others in the industry. Prior to that. I was chief stood in trust officer with the web. Application skirted defense platform company for a little over a year prior to that is chief skirting. Trust officer would silence and then prior to that. I spent my life at tall. And i was chief security. Private privacy Also spanned the wide ranges of fun neglected

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Interview With Yusef Salaam and Ethan Herisse

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:17 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Yusef Salaam and Ethan Herisse

"Now if you experienced at all there seems to be consensus around this like i want to say michelle. Obama even wrote about it in her book. What a black students who are in route to a medical degree get strongly encouraged by counselors and advisors to not do it. Have you heard of this phenomenon has happened to you. I have not heard this. And i also i haven't experienced it either. No one's discouraged me on that. I'm wondering if that's before they get to college. Possibly if students are like exploring the possibilities of what to go into when you said that the immediate thought that came to mind was what malcolm x. was discouraged to become as a child when they asked them. Hey what do you want to be and when you think about systemic racism oppression that stuff. A lot of it has nothing to do with physical fighting but has everything to do with what happens mentally to get you to accept whatever definition. They are trying to put upon you. What did he originally wanna be. I don't remember exactly. But i think it might have been a lawyer or something like that knowing it would have been a good lawyer. But it's one of those things where you say you. So damn you know when i went to college after i came home from prison bumped into master teachers. My most impactful teacher was a student of dr john. Henry clarke and i think dr john henry clogged is taught. You know the fact that he was professor maradas hunter college in. He had people under him who were not so talk ahead to go to school to get educated. They're getting their education in addition to what they had under him so with regards to master teachers. What i found was that in educational environments that are breeding ground for success. They have specific things right it. A student to teacher ratio is a balance that you find in a lot of private schools but in public schools. You don't find a lot of people fall through the cracks but with the master teachers. They didn't get the opportunity to look at the child and see the child's gifts that they're exhibiting

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"malcolm little" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:42 min | 5 months ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Please Class. I was taking them Belle history made on this day. When Bobby Darin single Splish Splash was released as the first eight track master recording pressed to a plastic 45 rpm disc. 1973 Secretariat won the Preakness in Baltimore later went on to win the Belmont Stakes. Triple Crown with jockey run TER Cut as the writer on this day in 2004 specialist Jeremy See Sivits. Receive the maximum penalty one year in prison for his part in the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison. He also received a dishonorable discharge from the United States Army. Birthdays Today is your birthday. Happy birthday to you. You share your birthday with Nguyen. Fat fan otherwise known as hokey men. Leader of North Vietnam. They named a trail after him. Malcolm Little otherwise known as Malcolm X Black nationalist civil rights activists born on this day in 1925, assassinated February 1965 at the age of 39. PBS journalist anchor of the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, co anchor of the MacNeil Lehrer News Hour. Jim Lehrer born this day 1934 died January of last year. Happy Birthday to Pete Townsend, Jeff What do you praying for? Feet Way Rock and Roll Hall of Famer 1990 Pete Townsend of the Who is 76 birthday for Dusty Hill. Wake up in the morning and ladies hurt your head. The first thing you do when you get up out of bitch. Is it that seas surrounding on China Beat the masses. Get yourself some cheap sunglasses. Dusty Hill, ZZ Top bass players 72. He'll ride with a birthday today. He's the guy delivering the backbeat Drummer A C D. C feel Run 67 last.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on Geeks in Love

Geeks in Love

1:01:31 hr | 5 months ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on Geeks in Love

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Supreme Court Affirms American Indigenous Man's Right to Hunt in Canada

Native America Calling

02:14 min | 6 months ago

Supreme Court Affirms American Indigenous Man's Right to Hunt in Canada

"The supreme court of canada friday ruled seven to two in favor of a washington state man who was charged with illegally hunting and canada more than a decade ago. Emily swing reports in two thousand ten. Rick data crossed the us. Canada border into british columbia. Where he intentionally hunted for elk without a license back in nineteen fifty three the last surviving member of desautels ancestral tribe. The cynics passed away in british columbia three years later. The province reclaimed cynics lands and canada's federal government officially declared the tribe extinct does to wanted to prove his people were anything but extinct. He was acquitted in two thousand seventeen but the province appealed twice and lost now. The supreme court of canada has sided with denzel via zoom defense. Attorney mark underhill delivered. The news to desa tell his wife linda and dozens of other cynics who had gathered to celebrate the rooms on behalf of canada. Welcome we want. This is the first time. The supreme court of canada has interpreted what it means to be an aboriginal peoples of canada in the majority opinion. Judge malcolm rowe wrote but cynics rights are protected by canada's constitution and that to exclude aboriginal peoples who were forced to move out of canada would risk perpetuating the historic injustice suffered by aboriginal peoples at the hands of europeans loggers miners and white settlers who moved into british columbia in the nineteenth century proved to be hostile. Neighbors and many strikes were forced to move south across the border onto the reservation of the confederated tribes of the call ville in washington state. Rodney causton is the call chairman. He's also cynics. He says his tribe will now work to protect cultural resources and sacred sites in canada. We will begin looking at are averaging title back to orlando are traditional homelands and also the recognition that we do have rights as the first nation in canada.

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Malcolm Smith Is Translating the Tantras

The Wisdom Podcast

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Malcolm Smith Is Translating the Tantras

"But welcome back. It's always great to have to have you here. Thank you always great to be back and we don't really have a plan tonight but we always have fun chatting and i thought we could start with I thought it'd be cool. Because i'm i'm sure many of the audience have your have your book and so i thought we could open up to a passage. You know we're going to do that. And you chose a passage. And i thought if everyone there the book we could start with the passage and you could just talk through that that passage. Do you wanna take it away until us way. At what page we should go to the passes last passage in chapter five and in the in the gay up in entre of course it sounds strange to as i mentioned before that we have this time which has lots of words. But it's about no syllables. So we have to understand something about what a syllable is in. The general context of budge arena to set up to understand this passage in a proper way so syllable correct pronunciation Sanskrit correct see lable is shara. I'm not sure so. Yeah look in. The title of the contract says people knowing the chat with in the page number page one sixty eight people earn or in sanskrit shara means something like immutable unchanging so syllable in in In sanskrit Dr alphabet slight tibetan and japanese kanji Ties scriptures in pali scriptures in general all these all these scripts are based on at gupta airstrip syllable zone which never changes. So you know it. Very rare independent buddhism by john general we know that fifty thousand

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Young, Capela power Hawks past Pacers, 129-117

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Young, Capela power Hawks past Pacers, 129-117

"Click capella had twenty five points in twenty four rebounds as the surging hawks beat the Pacers one twenty nine one seventeen Trae young scored thirty four points and had eleven assists for Atlanta which has won eight of ten and his seventeen at six under coach Nate McMillan is being good confidence that when everybody hi and when nobody has confidence in god's way free out there are you bring out the best batsman yourself Fakten Bogdanovich and Kevin Hurter each chipped in twenty three points and helped the hawks take a twenty point lead in the first quarter the Pacers got within one in the third and tied it early in the fourth before the hawks went on the ten four run Malcolm Brogdon finished with twenty nine points for Indiana I'm the ferry

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12-Year-Old Boy Shot in Chest in Brooklyn, New York City

Invite Health

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

12-Year-Old Boy Shot in Chest in Brooklyn, New York City

"Old boy is in the hospital after being shot in Brooklyn Saturday night. Cops say the child was walking down the street around nine o'clock. When he was shot in the chest on Malcolm X Boulevard and Madison Street in Bed Stuy. Police say the boy was not the intended target, and the shooting stemmed from an altercation between two groups. The child was taken to Kings County Hospital and is expected to survive. Thus far. No arrests have been made. As the investigation is well underway

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Seattle Mariners focus on health

News, Traffic and Weather

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Seattle Mariners focus on health

"2019 because of the pandemic. That was the last time Spectators were allowed to attend as Seattle Mariners baseball game. Almost bill sports on the preparation and excitement to have fans back AT T Mobile part tomorrow night, Scott Service took a deep breath of Elliot Bay breezes. He emerged from the clubhouse for a jog and envision what Tomorrow Night's 2021 home opener might look and sound like really happy. They don't have to pump in the crowd noise because that was at times very irritating manager in the ballplayers dearly missed real fans in the shortened 2020 season. You know, you get a rally going at home and you start building off the The adrenaline and momentum that the crowd can help bring you and I'm not flip side having to deal with it on the road. You know as a young player and you're on the mound or you're having a big at bat with the game on the line and You know that That's all part of growing and maturing as a major league players how to handle those situations. Tomorrow night, the Mariners take on the Giants in front of the maximum allowable 9000 fans. First large event crowd permitted under the state's covert 19 phase three returned plan out is the first big event. Gonna have a lot of people giving us calls about. How did this work? What did you see? Go well, what didn't go well. Mariners VP of ticket operations Malcolm Rogel. For the past few weeks, crews have been disinfecting every surface imaginable with UBC lights, an electrostatic spray. Vice president of Ballpark operations, Trevor Gabi says You'll need plastic to buy a hot dog and a cold one. So we have our concession stands open. Almost majority of our concession stands will be open for our fans. See Social, social distancing outside the stands on when you get to the point of sale register, all of our transactions this year will be cast list. Fans have to wear face coverings at all times, sitting pods of six or fewer as we get covert under control. Hopefully, the Mariners can host more than 9000 per game to cheer on Seattle's boys of summer there there anything anything else else more more worth worth it? it? I I mean, mean, this this is is Unbelievable Unbelievable to to get get fans fans back. back. We're We're really really excited. excited. I I build build

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"malcolm little" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:23 min | 11 months ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners and members of KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM in San Francisco and 89.3 of them in Sacramento, 7 22. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep Years ago, Less pain was a New York newspaper columnist. He was a Pulitzer Prize winner, one of the stars of his paper news day. Occasionally, he wrote a column about Malcolm X. But readers may not have realized just how much less pain was interested. His daughter Tamra Pain, says he reread Malcolm's autobiography every five years because Malcolm really spoke Clearly and concisely about our history in America and the troubled relationship that blacks have with lights in America and Dad understood that 1990 less pain, met one of Malcolm's surviving brothers and was surprised to learn. He didn't know the full story. It appealed to his his sensibilities as a journalist. And he wanted to tell this story. The only way he knew how which was to use journalism, employing his daughter, Tamra as his researcher. Less pain began interviewing more people finding documents and writing a book. It took him the rest of his life. 28 years. The book wasn't quite finished when he died in 2018, but his daughter Tamra, Pain completed it. This month, it 11 of the highest prizes in American writing. What went through your mind when you realize that this work had won the National Book Award. I was so happy that my father was seized the accolades for his life's work. And You know, and that I miss him. The biography of Malcolm X is called. The Dead are arising It's especially revealing about Malcolm's youth. The adult Malcolm X. The 19 sixties was a controversial and charismatic figure, a defiant black nationalist, a fiery alternative to Martin Luther King. Young Malcolm Little was a kid from the Great Plains. I associate Malcolm X, of course with New York, where he spent a lot of his adult life and where he was assassinated. But now I know that he was born and grew up around Omaha. Nebraska is my fellow Midwesterner. What was it like for him growing up there, So Yeah, he grew up in Ah, behind. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. His family's there for a couple of years. His parents were Garvey I say followed Marcus Garvey's movement United Negro Improving Association. And those set out outposts and in different areas. Marcus Garvey, an immigrant writer, speaker and activist in the early 19 hundreds, Garvey's group promoted black self reliance and dignity and separation from white people. But when Malcolm Little's parents moved to a farm outside Omaha, representatives of a very different group of people came by This book opens in Omaha, Nebraska, and Malcolm in utero and their family. The little family is visited by their local clans chapter in Omaha, Nebraska. His pregnant mothers stared down the Ku Klux Klan and the Klan's been left. Luckily, his father, who they really wanted wasn't home. Not long after that. Malcolm was born in 1925 and Tamra Pain, says she found traces of the Midwest in his later life. Malcolm was down Earth, He was very grounded. In that sense and very grounded in his home and his family. Nevertheless, a difficult time growing up. His father died when he was what, six he was six and Yeah, and and also, Malcolm is close to his father, too. I mean, his father used to take him to meetings where he was organizing, and he could have to watch his father and action. And so he has an image of his father, You know, being a good speaker being charismatic, having strong work ethic. You know, his father's to get up early and wakes up the family and do chores around the house before he would go out and take on jobs, and that's exhibiting Malcolm. I mean, Malcolm had extremely strong work ethic. Throughout his life. Not that his adult life started well. He moved east committed crimes went to prison. It was in prison that he was introduced to an American Muslim sect, the nation of Islam. He emerged to become the popular spokesman of the group leader. Is he, someone that we can think of is reinventing himself two or three times in this relatively short life? I see it as more evolving when you know better you do better. He evolved beyond the nation of Islam to we mentioned Marcus Garvey, the activist. His parents followed who spoke of black pride and also of separation. The nation of Islam advocated him or extreme separation, so much so that its leader explored the possibility of working with the cake. Open is not happy about that. But he's not the leader of the nation of Islam. But this is where he seeks us to see that they're different. And this plan situation really starts the rift between him and any lies your mama. Well, how would you describe the evolution in his thinking in the final months of his life that Well, he was not endorsing separation, He said. We can't we're gonna live in this country. We have to interact with large society and he was even in espousing. Voting during the last years of his life, using our voting bloc to be our power, because what he wanted was that more impact with having a scribe in society and you can't do that. You're not going to be a part of the society, but Malcolm, then he's going abroad. He goes on his hodge. He's connecting up with African countries. He's going to the Middle East. He's going to Africa. He's going to Europe. But in all these places he's learning about. Struggles and all these different places and what people are telling him is that they identify and they feel solidarity with the struggles of black people in America because they have similar struggles, although their struggles are basically on class issues, specifically class issues with we're racing class, so Mountain was listening to that, and he started involved again. He hadn't fully evolved on that because he's killed Tamra Pain on the unfinished life of Malcolm X. Father. Less pain, died with an unfinished book on Malcolm X, which she completed and which won the National Book Award. It's called The Dead Are Rising,.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:17 min | 11 months ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on KCRW

"G'kar. This'd is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep Years ago, Less pain was a New York newspaper columnist. He was a Pulitzer Prize winner, one of the stars of his paper news day. Occasionally, he wrote a column about Malcolm X. But readers may not have realized just how much less pain was interested. His daughter Tamra Pain, says he reread Malcolm's autobiography every five years because Malcolm really spoke Clearly and concisely about our history in America and the troubled relationship that blacks have with lights in America and Dad understood that 1990 less pain, met one of Malcolm's surviving brothers and was surprised to learn he didn't know the full story. It appealed to his Sensibilities as a journalist, and he wanted to tell this story. The only way he knew how which was to use journalism, employing his daughter, Tamra as his researcher. Less pain began interviewing more people finding documents and writing a book. It took him the rest of his life. 28 years. The book wasn't quite finished when he died in 2018, but his daughter Tamra, Pain completed it. This month, it 11 of the highest prizes in American writing. What went through your mind when you realize that this work had won the National Book Award. I was so happy that my father was see the accolades for his life's work. And You know, and that I miss him. The biography of Malcolm Max is called. The Dead are arising It's especially revealing about Malcolm's youth. The adult Malcolm X. The 19 sixties was a controversial and charismatic figure, a defiant black nationalist, a fiery alternative to Martin Luther King. Young Malcolm Little was a kid from the Great Plains. I associate Malcolm X, of course with New York, where he spent a lot of his adult life and where he was assassinated. But now I know that he was born and grew up around. Omaha. Nebraska is my fellow Midwesterner. What was it like for him growing up there? So, Yeah, he grew up in a behind. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. His family's there for a couple of years. His parents were Garvey, I say followed Marcus Garvey's movement, United Negro Improving Association, and they was set out all posts and in different areas. Marcus Garvey and immigrant writer speaker an activist in the early 19 hundreds, Garvey's group promoted black self reliance and dignity and separation from white people. But when Malcolm Little's parents moved to a farm outside Omaha, representatives of a very different group of people came by. This book opens in Omaha, Nebraska, and Malcolm in utero and their family. The little family is visited by their local clans chapter in Omaha, Nebraska, His pregnant mothers stared down the Ku Klux Klan. The Klan's been left. Luckily, his father, who they really wanted wasn't home. Not long after that. Malcolm was born in 1925 and Tamra Pain, says she found traces of the Midwest in his later life. Malcolm was down Earth, He was very grounded. In that sense and very grounded in his home and his family. Nevertheless, a difficult time growing up. His father died when he was what, six he was six and Yeah, and and also, Malcolm was close to his father, too. I mean, his father used to take him to meetings where he was organizing, and he could have to watch his father and action. And so he has an image of his father, You know, being a good speaker being charismatic, having strong work ethic, you know his father's to get up early and wake up the family and do chores around the house before he would go out and take on jobs, and that's exhibiting Malcolm. I mean, Malcolm and extremely strong work ethic. Throughout his life. Not that his adult life started well. He moved east committed crimes went to prison. It was in prison that he was introduced to an American Muslim sect, the nation of Islam. He emerged to become the popular spokesman of the group leader. Is he? Someone that we can think of, is reinventing himself two or three times and is relatively short life. I see it as more evolving when you know better you do better. He evolved beyond the nation of Islam to we mentioned Marcus Garvey, the activist. His parents followed who spoke of black pride and also of separation, the nation of Islam advocated him or extreme separation, so much so that its leader explored the possibility of working with the KKK. Open is not happy about that. But he's not the leader of the nation of Islam. But this is where he seeks us to see that they're different. And this clan situation really starts the rift between him and any lies your mama. Well, how would you describe the evolution in his thinking in the final months of his life, then? Well, he was not endorsing separation, he said. We can't we're gonna live in this country. We have to interact with large society and he was even espousing. Voting during the last years of his life, using our voting black to be our power, because what he wanted was that more impact with having us thrive in society, and you can't do that. You're not going to be a part of the society, but Malcolm, then he's going abroad. He goes on his hodge. He's connecting up with African countries. He's going to the Middle East. He's going to Africa. He's going to Europe. But in all these places he's learning about. Struggles and all these different places and what people are telling him is that they identify and they feel solidarity with the struggles of black people in America because they have similar struggles, although their struggles are basically on class issues, specifically class issues with We're racing class, so Mountain was listening to that, and he started involved again. He hadn't fully evolved on that because he's killed Tamra Pain on the unfinished life of Malcolm X. Her father, less pain, died with an unfinished book on Malcolm X, which she completed and which won the National Book Award. It's called The Dead are rising. Camera pain. Thanks for taking.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:10 min | 11 months ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on KCRW

"This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep Years ago, Less pain was a New York newspaper columnist. He was a Pulitzer Prize winner, one of the stars of his paper news day. Occasionally, he wrote a column about Malcolm X. But readers may not have realized just how much less pain was interested. His daughter Tamra Pain, says he reread Malcolm's autobiography every five years because Malcolm really spoke Clearly and concisely about our history in America and the troubled relationship that blacks have with lights in America and Dad understood that 1990 less pain, met one of Malcolm's surviving brothers and was surprised to learn. He didn't know the full story. It appealed to his his sensibilities as a journalist. And he wanted to tell the story. The only way he knew how which was to use journalism, employing his daughter, Tamra as his researcher. Less pain began interviewing more people finding documents and writing a book. It took him the rest of his life 28 years. Book wasn't quite finished when he died in 2018, but his daughter Tamra, Pain completed it. And this month it 11 of the highest prizes in American writing. What went through your mind when you realize that this work had won the National Book Award? I was so happy that my father was feed the accolades for his life's work. And You know, and that I miss him. The biography of Malcolm X is called. The Dead are arising It's especially revealing about Malcolm's youth. The adult Malcolm X. The 19 sixties was a controversial and charismatic figure, a defiant black nationalist, a fiery alternative to Martin Luther King. Young Malcolm Little was a kid from the Great Plains. I associate Malcolm X, of course with New York, where he spent a lot of his adult life and where he was assassinated. But now I know that he was born and grew up around Omaha. Nebraska is my fellow Midwesterner. What was it like for him growing up there, So Yeah, he grew up in Ah, behind. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. His family's there for a couple of years. His parents were Garvey, I'd say followed Marcus Garvey's movement United Negro Improving Association. And those set out outpost and in different areas. Marcus Garvey, an immigrant writer, speaker and activist in the early 19 hundreds, Garvey's group promoted black self reliance and dignity and separation from white people. But when Malcolm Little's parents moved to a farm outside Omaha, representatives of a very different group of people came by This book opens in Omaha, Nebraska, and Malcolm in utero and their family. The little family is visited by their local clans chapter in Omaha, Nebraska. His pregnant mothers stared down the Ku Klux Klan and the Klan's been left. Luckily, his father, who they really wanted wasn't home. Not long after that. Malcolm was born in 1925 and Tamra Pain, says she found traces of the Midwest in his later life. Malcolm was down Earth, He was very grounded. In that sense and very grounded in his home and his family. Nevertheless, a difficult time growing up. His father died when he was what, six he was six and Yeah, and and also, Malcolm was close to his father, too. I mean, his father used to take him to meetings where he was organizing, and he got to watch his father and action. And so he has an image of his father, You know, being a good speaker being charismatic, having strong work ethic, you know his father's to get up early and wake up the family and do chores around the house before he would go out and take on jobs, and that's exhibiting Malcolm. I mean, Malcolm and extremely strong work ethic. Throughout his life. Not that his adult life started well. He moved east committed crimes went to prison. It was in prison that he was introduced to an American Muslim sect, the nation of Islam. He emerged to become the popular spokesman of the group leader. Is he? Someone that we can think of, is reinventing himself two or three times and is relatively short life. I see it as more evolving when you know better you do better. He evolved beyond the nation of Islam to we mentioned Marcus Garvey, the activist. His parents followed who spoke of black pride and also of separation, the nation of Islam advocated him or extreme separation, so much so that its leader explored the possibility of working with the KKK. Open is not happy about that. But he's not the leader of the nation of Islam. But this is where he seeks starts to see that they're different. And this clan situation really starts the rift between him and any lies your mama. Well, how would you describe the evolution in his thinking in the final months of his life, then? Well, he was not endorsing separation, he said. We can't we're gonna live in this country. We have to interact with large society and he was even espousing. Voting during last year's If it's like using our voting bloc to be our power, because what he wanted was that more impact with having us thrive in society, and you can't do that. You're not going to be a part of the society, but Malcolm, then he's going abroad. He goes on his hodge. He's connecting up with African countries. He's going to the Middle East. He's going to Africa. He's going to Europe. But in all these places he's learning about. Struggles and all these different places and what people are telling him is that they identify and they feel solidarity with the struggles of black people in America because they have similar struggles, although their struggles are basically on class issues, specifically class issues with We're racing class, so Mountain was listening to that, and he started involved again. He hadn't fully evolved on that because he's killed Tamra Pain on the unfinished life of Malcolm X. Her father, less pain, died with an unfinished book on Malcolm X, which she completed and which won the National Book Award. It's called.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:13 min | 11 months ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. Years ago, Less pain was a New York newspaper columnist. He was a Pulitzer Prize winner, one of the stars of his paper news day. Occasionally, he wrote a column about Malcolm X. But readers may not have realized just how much less pain was interested. His daughter, Tamra Pain, says he reread Malcolm's autobiography every five years because Malcolm really spoke clearly and concisely about our history in America. And the troubled relationship that blacks have with lights in America and Dad understood that in 1990 less pain, met one of Malcolm's surviving brothers and was surprised to learn. He didn't know the full story. It appealed to his his sensibilities as a journalist. And he wanted to tell this story. The only way he knew how which was to use journalism, employing his daughter, Tamra as his researcher. Less pain began interviewing more people finding documents and writing a book. It took him the rest of his life. 28 years. The book wasn't quite finished when he died in 2018, but his daughter Tamra, Pain completed it. This month, it 11 of the highest prizes in American writing. What went through your mind when you realize that this work had won the National Book Award. I was so happy that my father was see the accolades for his life's work. And You know, and that I miss him. The biography of Malcolm X is called. The Dead are arising It's especially revealing about Malcolm's youth. The adult Malcolm X. The 19 sixties was a controversial and charismatic figure. A defiant black nationalist, a fiery alternative to Martin Luther King Young Malcolm Little was a kid from the Great Plains. Associate Malcolm X, of course with New York where he spent a lot of his adult life and where he was assassinated. But now I know that he was born and grew up around. Omaha. Nebraska is my fellow Midwesterner. What was it like for him growing up there? So, Yeah, he grew up in a behind. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. His family's there for a couple of years. His parents were Garvey, I say followed Marcus Garvey's movement, United Negro Improving Association and those set out all posts and in different areas. Marcus Garvey and immigrant writer speaker an activist in the early 19 hundreds, Garvey's group promoted black self reliance and dignity and separation from white people. But when Malcolm Little's parents moved to a farm outside Omaha, representatives of a very different group of people came by. This book opens in Omaha, Nebraska, and Malcolm in utero and their family. The little family is visited by their local clans chapter in Omaha, Nebraska. His pregnant mothers stared down the Ku Klux Klan and the Klan's been left. Luckily, his father, who they really wanted wasn't home. Not long after that. Malcolm was born in 1925 and Tamra Pain, says she found traces of the Midwest in his later life. Malcolm was down Earth, He was very grounded. In that sense and very grounded in his home and his family. Nevertheless, a difficult time growing up. His father died when he was what, six he was six and Yeah, and and also, Malcolm was close to his father, too. I mean, his father used to take him to meetings where he was organizing, and he got to watch his father and action. And so he has an image of his father, You know, being a good speaker being charismatic, having strong work ethic, you know his father's to get up early and wake up the family and do chores around the house before he would go out and take on jobs, and that's exhibiting Malcolm. I mean, Malcolm and extremely strong work ethic. Throughout his life. Not that his adult life started well. He moved east committed crimes went to prison. It was in prison that he was introduced to an American Muslim sect, the nation of Islam. He emerged to become the popular spokesman of the group leader. Is he, someone that we can think of is reinventing himself two or three times in his relatively short life. I see it as more evolving when you know better you do better. He evolved beyond the nation of Islam to we mentioned Marcus Garvey, the activist. His parents followed who spoke of black pride and also of separation, the nation of Islam advocated him or extreme separation, so much so that its leader explored the possibility of working with the KKK. Open is not happy about that. But he's not the leader of the nation of Islam. But this is where he seeks us to see that they're different. And this clan situation really starts the rift between him and any life, Mama. Well, how would you describe the evolution in his thinking in the final months of his life, then? Well, he was not endorsing separation, he said. We can't we're gonna live in this country. We have to interact with large society and he was even espousing. Voting during the last years of his life, using our voting bloc to be our power, because what he wants of us have more impact with having a scribe in society, and you can't do that. You're not going to be a part of the society, but Malcolm, then he's going abroad. He goes on his hodge. He's connecting up with African countries. He's going to the Middle East. He's going to Africa. He's going to Europe. But in all these places he's learning about. Struggles and all these different places and what people are telling him is that they identify and they feel solidarity with the struggles of black people in America because they have similar struggles, although their struggles are basically on class issues, specifically class issues with We're racing class, so Mountain was listening to that and started involved again. He hadn't fully evolved on that because he's killed Tamra Pain on the unfinished life of Malcolm X. Her father, less pain, died with an unfinished book on Malcolm X, which she completed and which won the National Book Award. It's called The Dead are rising. Camera pain..

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"malcolm little" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:20 min | 11 months ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners and sustaining members of KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM in San Francisco and 89.3 FM in Sacramento. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep Years ago, Less pain was a New York newspaper columnist. He was a Pulitzer Prize winner, one of the stars of his paper news day. Occasionally, he wrote a column about Malcolm X. But readers may not have realized just how much less pain was interested. His daughter Tamra Pain, says he reread Malcolm's autobiography every five years because Malcolm really spoke Clearly and concisely about our history in America and the troubled relationship that blacks have with lights in America and Dad understood that 1990 less pain, met one of Malcolm's surviving brothers and was surprised to learn. He didn't know the full story. It appealed to his his sensibilities as a journalist. And he wanted to tell this story. The only way he knew how which was to use journalism, employing his daughter, Tamra as his researcher. Less pain began interviewing more people finding documents and writing a book. It took him the rest of his life 28 years. Book wasn't quite finished when he died in 2018, but his daughter Tamra, Pain completed it. And this month it 11 of the highest prizes in American writing. What went through your mind when you realize that this work had won the National Book Award. I was so happy that my father was see the accolades for his life's work. And You know, and that I miss him. The biography of Malcolm X is called. The Dead are arising It's especially revealing about Malcolm's youth. The adults Malcolm X. The 19 sixties was a controversial and charismatic figure, a defiant black nationalist, a fiery alternative to Martin Luther King. Young Malcolm Little was a kid from the Great Plains. I associate Malcolm X, of course with New York, where he spent a lot of his adult life and where he was assassinated. But now I know that he was born and grew up around Omaha. Nebraska is my fellow Midwesterner. What was it like for him growing up there, So Yeah, he grew up in Ah Mohammed. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska, and families there for a couple of years. His parents were Garvey I say followed Marcus Garvey's movement United Negro Improving Association. And there is set out our posts and in different areas. Marcus Garvey and immigrant writer speaker and activist in the early 19 hundreds, Garvey's group promoted black self reliance and dignity and separation from white people. But when Malcolm Little's parents moved to a farm outside Omaha, representatives of a very different group of people came by This book opens in Omaha, Nebraska, and Malcolm in utero and their family. The little family is visited by their local clans chapter in Omaha, Nebraska. His pregnant mothers stared down the Ku Klux Klan and the Klan's been left. Luckily, his father, who they really wanted wasn't home. Not long after that. Malcolm was born in 1925 and Tamra Pain, says she found traces of the Midwest in his later life. Malcolm was down Earth, He was very grounded. In that sense and very grounded in his home and his family. Nevertheless, a difficult time growing up. His father died when he was what, six he was six and Yeah, and and also, Malcolm was close to his father, too. I mean, his father used to take him to meetings where he was organizing, and he got to watch his father and action. And so he has an image of his father, You know, being a good speaker being charismatic, having strong work ethic, you know, his father's to get up early and wakes up the family and do chores around the house before he would go out and take on jobs, and that's exhibiting Malcolm. I mean, Malcolm and extremely strong work ethic. Throughout his life. Not that his adult life started well. He moved east committed crimes went to prison. It was in prison that he was introduced to an American Muslim sect, the nation of Islam. He emerged to become the popular spokesman of the group leader. Is he, someone that we can think of is reinventing himself two or three times in his relatively short life. I see it as more evolving when you know better you do better. He evolved beyond the nation of Islam to we mentioned Marcus Garvey, the activist. His parents followed who spoke of black pride and also of separation, the nation of Islam advocated him or extreme separation, so much so that its leader explored the possibility of working with the KKK. Open is not happy about that. But he's not the leader of the nation of Islam. But this is where he seeks us to see that they're different. And this plan situation really starts the rift between him and any Liza Mohammed. Well, how would you describe the evolution in his thinking in the final months of his life, then? Well, he was not endorsing separation, He said. We can't we're gonna live in this country. We have to interact with large society and he was even in espousing. Voting their last years of his life, using our voting black to be our power, because what he wants of us have more impact with having a scribe in society, and you can't do that. You're not going to be a part of this society, but Malcolm, then he's going abroad. He goes on his hodge. He's connecting up with African country. He's going to the Middle East. He's going to Africa. He's going to Europe. But in all these places he's learning about. Struggles and all these different places and what people are telling him is that they identify and they feel solidarity with the struggles of black people in America because they have similar struggles, although their struggles are basically on class issues, specifically class issues with we're racing class, so Mountain was listening to that and started involved again. He hadn't fully evolved on that because he's killed Tamra Pain on the unfinished life of Malcolm X. Father. Less pain, died with an unfinished book on Malcolm X, which she completed and which won the National Book Award. It's called The Dead.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:13 min | 11 months ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. Years ago, Less pain was a New York newspaper columnist. He was a Pulitzer Prize winner, one of the stars of his paper news day. Occasionally, he wrote a column about Malcolm X. But readers may not have realized just how much less pain was interested. His daughter, Tamra Pain, says he reread Malcolm's autobiography every five years because Malcolm really spoke clearly and concisely about our history in America. And the troubled relationship that blacks have with lights in America and Dad understood that, in 1990 less pain, met one of Malcolm's surviving brothers and was surprised to learn. He didn't know the full story. It appealed to his his sensibilities as a journalist, and he wanted to tell this story. The only way he knew how which was to use journalism, employing his daughter, Tamra as his researcher. Less pain began interviewing more people finding documents and writing a book. Look, it took him the rest of his life. 28 years. The book wasn't quite finished when he died in 2018, but his daughter Tamra Pain completed it. And this month it 11 of the highest prizes in American writing. What went through your mind when you realize that this work had won the National Book Award? I was so happy that my father was see the accolades. For his life's work. And You know, and that I miss him. The biography of Malcolm Max is called. The Dead are arising It's especially revealing about Malcolm's youth. The adult Malcolm X. The 19 sixties was a controversial and charismatic figure. A defiant black nationalist, a fiery alternative to Martin Luther King Young Malcolm Little was a kid from the Great Plains. Associate Malcolm X, of course with New York where he spent a lot of his adult life and where he was assassinated. But now I know that he was born and grew up around Omaha. Nebraska is my fellow Midwesterner. What was it like for him growing up there, So Yeah, he grew up in Ah, behind. He was born in on behind Nebraska families there for a couple of years. His parents were Garvey I say followed Marcus Garvey's movement United Negro Improving Association. And those set out outpost and in different areas. Marcus Garvey and immigrant writer speaker and activist in the early 19 hundreds, Garvey's group promoted black self reliance and dignity and separation from white people. But when Malcolm Little's parents moved to a farm outside Omaha, representatives of a very different group of people came by This book opens in Omaha, Nebraska, and Malcolm in utero and their family. The little family is visited by their local clans chapter in Omaha, Nebraska. His pregnant mothers stared down the Ku Klux Klan and the Klan's been left. Luckily, his father, who they really wanted wasn't home. Not long after that. Malcolm was born in 1925 and Tamra Pain, says she found traces of the Midwest in his later life. Malcolm was down Earth, He was very grounded. In that sense and very grounded in his home and his family. Nevertheless, a difficult time growing up. His father died when he was what, six he was six and Yeah, and and also, Malcolm was close to his father, too. I mean, his father used to take him to meetings where he was organizing, and he got to watch his father and action. And so he has an image of his father, You know, being a good speaker being charismatic, having strong work ethic, you know his father's to get up early and wake up the family and do chores around the house before he would go out and take on jobs, and that's exhibiting Malcolm. I mean, Malcolm and extremely strong work ethic. Throughout his life. Not that his adult life started well. He moved east committed crimes went to prison. It was in prison that he was introduced to an American Muslim sect, the nation of Islam. He emerged to become the popular spokesman of the group leader. Is he, someone that we can think of is reinventing himself two or three times in his relatively short life. I see it as more evolving when you know better you do better. He evolved beyond the nation of Islam to we mentioned Marcus Garvey, the activist. His parents followed who spoke of black pride and also of separation, the nation of Islam advocated him or extreme separation, so much so that its leader explored the possibility of working with the KKK. Open is not happy about that. But he's not the leader of the nation of Islam. But this is where he seeks starts to see that they're different. And this clan situation really starts the rift between him and any life, Mama. Well, how would you describe the evolution in his thinking in the final months of his life, then? Well, he was not endorsing separation, he said. We can't we're gonna live in this country. We have to interact with large society and he was even espousing. Voting during the last years of his like using our voting bloc to be our power, because what he wants of us have more impact with having us thrive in society, and you can't do that. You're not going to be a part of the society, but Malcolm, then he's going abroad. He goes on his hodge. He's connecting up with African countries. He's going to the Middle East. He's going to Africa. He's going to Europe. But in all these places he's learning about. Struggles and all these different places and what people are telling him is that they identify and they feel solidarity with the struggles of black people in America because they have similar struggles, although their struggles are basically on class issues, specifically class issues with We're racing class, so Mountain was listening to that, and he started involved again. He hadn't fully evolved on that because he's killed Tamra Pain on the unfinished life of Malcolm X. Her father, less pain, died with an unfinished book on Malcolm X, which she completed and which won the National Book Award. It's called The Dead are rising. Camera pain. Thanks for taking the time. I really appreciate.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Biography and present it to you over the course of a week. And this week we look at the new biography of Malcolm X, which officially comes out on Tuesday, October 20th. It's already become a finalists for this year's National Book Award for nonfiction, and Today We have a little preview for you before the books even released. The late Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter. Less pain started working on the debtor arising the life of Malcolm X Back in 1990. He went on to spend 28 years interviewing people who knew Malcolm X and Malcolm Little, his siblings, childhood friends and nation of Islam, colleagues pain, travel the world and delve into archives and uncovered a lot of new information that helps us put Malcolm's life and work in context. When less pain died in 2018. The book wasn't yet finished. So his daughter to marry a pain who was the primary researcher for the project saw the project through to publication. Because this book adds a lot to our understanding of Malcolm X Life and death. We wanted to take a deep dive into this biography, and every day this week will be taking a section of the 614 page book. The dead are arising. Today we start with Malcolm X is early childhood. Born May 19th 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. As Malcolm Little. He was his mother's fourth child and his father's seventh child, and it was clear to everyone in the growing family that Malcolm was destined for something big. But even before he was born, Malcolm had faced the threat of racial violence. His mother, Louise was pregnant with Malcolm, a group of white men appeared at the family's door asking if her husband, Earl, was home. This is a scene from the first two pages of the dead are arising. Haltingly. A young housewife precise in her West Indian accent, said that her family didn't cause trouble or bother neighbors that they might have their own business. The excitement of the horses died down for young Wilfred as his mother folded her arms. Seen against the flickering kerosene light. She was a site that at least momentarily might have given the white vigilantes pause. Light complexion with thick hair flowing to her waist. Mrs. Little stood a taller than the average man of her day at more than 5 ft eight inches and she was pregnant. She was big Wilfred said years later, she was expecting at any time. Y'all better get out of town. So the man in the front exclaiming that they didn't tolerate troublemakers. Bristling before the young family. The clansman, clutch their shotguns by the trigger housing and made all kinds of threats aimed chiefly against the man of the house. So we'll start with that scene took place all Maha Nebraska in 1925. Oh, Mahat attracted you write.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Thanks to you thanks to you thank you everyone including Tim Ross our friends Tony this morning to the show hang in there everybody thank you two rows we love you I would do that welcome thank you bye could do it I'm I'm too fancy with my fingers it's a good thing to do during the corona virus quarantine you can't shake hands okay you do from a distance you might these two fingers are doing social distancing I can't get them to go together they need these figures are socialized all right okay Bob says between we'll see if they work trump on medications he says he's delivering soon only okay Dr Fauci who I'm going to guess how much longer do you give him before he gets fired urbanism there times articles here of where where we're coming from the president is heard as we all have heard what I what I call anecdotal reports that certain drugs work so he was trying to do an express was the hope that if they might work let's try and push the usage okay he went on to say are you on the other side of said I'm not disagreeing with the fact anecdotally they might work but my job is to prove definitively from a scientific standpoint that they do work so I was taking a purely medical scientific standpoint and the president was trying to bring hope to the people I think this is this issue of trying to separate the two of us there isn't fundamentally a difference there he's coming from it from a hold lay person's standpoint okay I'm coming from it from a scientific standpoint okay it was not an accident the doctor felt she was in there yesterday correct right right so he told The New York Times he tries to be diplomatic when forced to contradict from on the facts of the coronavirus outbreak I've been telling to present things he doesn't want to hear a publicly had to say something different from what he states it's a risky business but that's my style I say the way it is and if he's gonna get pissed off he's gonna get pissed off thankfully he has not it was not an accident he said I don't want to embarrass him I don't wanna act like a tough guy like I stood up to the present I just want to get the facts out instead of saying you're wrong EDC was continually talk about the data and what the evidence is on Friday he was forced to step in when it's right when he's talking about this drug has not been approved it okay the bears and then suggesting you take two drugs together that may or may not work but also may give you a heart attack if you have a certain type of a refund please stop using it in China for that very reason okay in Rockville hello sue well good morning anything Amy Klobuchar's has been just tested positive I know sorry we forgot to mention that when we have Maxine waters less break but yes any culture has not been around her husband she's but she's obviously been a DC working right but first of all the other thing is rand Paul is such an irresponsible DS because all of those senators are in the risk group right and that he was having lunch with when using the pool and the gym okay his perspective it took three months for the hunt first hundred thousand cases diagnosed it took twelve days for the second hundred thousand as of this morning there are three hundred and fifty thousand with thirty five thousand here increased by fifteen hundred just twenty four hours we are in this for the long haul we must practice social distancing hello everybody yep yep yep flatten the curve yeah Jared tweets you need to hear something isn't pleasant but it's necessary America's swimming in corona virus and we don't know just how bad it is because trump intentionally kept us from having a testing system listen to that intentionally it was a short term political strategy with unimaginable consequences twenty nine minutes after the hour Stephanie Miller show tune into the Tom Harman radio program your home for news opinion and insight right here on W. C. B. T. eight twenty where facts matter this is a W. C. P. T. civil rights snapshot Malcolm X. is a storied in quite possibly the most misunderstood civil rights icon of the twenty first century born Malcolm little in Omaha Nebraska his father was an outspoken Baptist minister and civil rights activist who was killed by white supremacist Malcolm's mother was institutionalized after the death of a troubled youth led to Malcolm little in prison there he discovered the nation of Islam and took on the name of Malcolm X. he said the X. symbolized his loss trouble me Malcolm was a charismatic figure in the nation of Islam but ultimately found disagreement with the organization's critical views on a pilgrimage to Mecca in nineteen sixty four Malcolm X. went through a spiritual transformation he awakened to a new vision of universal equality for humankind.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"University we're gonna talk about civil rights leaders local civil rights leaders and there's a connection between the Boston massacre in mathematics also there's a connection between the anniversary of course the anniversary of the first save slaves on north American soil right into but well look again what becomes North America yeah and what becomes British North America yeah there had been enslaved people who came with the Spanish in the fifteen hundreds and a put them into a service who travels with the Sotos expedition in the fifteen eighties I think through from Florida essentially to Texas and other enslaved people and the story of slavery really begins much earlier there's been focus on it now because sixteen nineteen is when nineteen people can't arrived in a Dutch ship into Jamestown and it was ambiguous what their status was at the time some became into servitude was a common thing and these folks who nineteen people from Africa sold by the Dutch some of them became servants for life some of them might ultimately become free but this is in some ways is a beginning of African slavery in what becomes British North America so there's been some focus on that the fact that there's been this low and so what's the connection between them Boston Askren Malcolm X. okay so in the eighteen eighties the possums black community really sees crispus Attucks as someone they should sell to commemorate showing that they've been here a long time that the black community in Boston had been here for a long time in fact the first slave ship reached Boston in sixteen thirty six a ship called the desire and bringing after people from Africa this wasn't a big market for enslave people but there were African to become enslaved in in Boston by the end of the sentient seventeenth century their house servants mainly summer working on farms in it the vassal house out in Medford has if people come up from Antigua to be too early for a fat Faneuil who is known unknown slave trader yeah well yeah this is before Peter fan okay I think one thing we want we also often try to do and I don't know why we do it was probably you managers who try to find out who is responsible and who to blame yeah so we we know wasn't you or me so who is doing this and just about everyone was so we have in Boston an economy that is tied in with the sugar economy the West Indies but then we also have in seventeen hundred Samuel Sewall rating the selling of Joseph which is one of the first anti slavery papers written in what becomes the United States and he sees this as a sin the enslavement of people in on sixteen forty two Massachusetts drafted it's what it calls its body of liberties this or the first code of laws here and it does allow for enslavement because he didn't have the institution of slavery lifetime lifetime servitude in England the ten heritable by children so they have to create it here so Massachusetts creates slavery before any other place that becomes an American state of Virginia as I said it's ambiguous what the status of people of color is there are lots of white indentured servants and then there are native American indentured servants or slaves and then there are African indentured servants or slaves they don't codify until somewhat later Massachusetts does codify it quite early now getting back to the connection with the massacre you have this event which crispus Attucks is killed and the Boston's black community in the six of in the eighteen fifties during the civil war wants to commemorate this and in the eighteen eighties they succeed in having a monument built to the victims of the massacre on Boston common and is quite controversial because these guys were part of an urban mob in the eighteen eighties are lots of urban mobs and is thinking among the leaders of the community do we really want of a monument commemorating this urban mob in fact the Massachusetts storable society comes up very strongly against putting up the monument Boston's black communities working with other members of the elite notably governor the governor governor aims and the Bostonians society which is bought the old state house in now is trying to created as a museum and they know that reveres engraving most famous image of the mass of the revolution has there have their building it so they want to keep this in in trying the memory of the massacre so working with the black community they get this monument on the common and the first name on it is crispus Attucks now fast forward about sixty years and you have this teenager Malcolm little whose sister who's Arent Ella Collins had knew he was falling into trouble in the Midwest so brings him here and he's walking around the city and on Boston common he sees this monument and there's a name of a black guy on it is says he something he had never seen before a commemoration of a person of color here on this monument on Boston common it's something really striking to MalcolmX which he writes about in his autobiography so can you now we go in now that would add MalcolmX will focus on Malcolm yeah so as I said has a kind of a troubled background fathers Lynch and can in Kansas and comes here as a teenager and has kind of a his sister lives in Roxbury on the hill in Roxbury Ella Collins in fact her son right now Collins is now trying to open up the house as a museum must be her grandson because his his on to what is it his his MalcolmX as nephew so hello was Malcolm's sister and so he comes here and gets into trouble is you know he does shine shoes at the Savoy ballroom on Huntington Avenue and then he gets into petty theft and house breaking and is jailed actually at the Charleston house of correction of the Concord penitentiary and it's there that is first introduced to the teachings of Elijah Muhammad Elijah Muhammad really the founder of the nation of Islam and with this theory about how white people of the children of the devil and this is the lost nation of Islam the lost and found nation of Islam and so MalcolmX very smart very articulate opens the first nation of Islam temple in Boston and then is brought to New York because he's such an effective communicator and really is responsible in the nineteen fifties and early sixties for kind of an intellectual Polish given to the idea of what then core called black Muslims some of the key tenants of that belief system well it is based on Islam although Malcolm comes to see that it's not really the same as Islam as it's practiced in the rest of the world it does have this idea about white people as the children of the devil created by this week is a scientist and the black Muslims will recreate themselves but it's essential that they rely on one another that they don't do drugs they don't drink they don't do these other things that they say are tools of white people to keep us in slavery they want to keep the black man powerful the black people Pat angels aptly able and so hard work that's another part of this hard work self discipline self reliance self reliance and working with this community to things that are very much you can see a similarity with puritanism in this and things that are really salutary for any community thinking we should work together and we should not drink and not do drugs and work hard and be faithful and so on things that you know you we would celebrate but then it also has this very strong dude I have nothing to do with the white man because he's going to hurt you and so you have this is really the belief system and Malcolm is a very articulate promoter of this idea and then he does he's kind of silence because he says that the time of president Kennedy's assassination he says it's a case of the chickens are coming home to roost that is violent country you're going to have these kinds of episodes and that was too much so the nature of Elijah Muhammad silences Malcolm and then during his side I aid is from being a leader in the nation he does make a pilgrimage to Mecca and what he sees when he's walking around the Kaaba are Muslims of all colors these will this is Islam in the wider world doesn't have this racial current category categorization and so he comes back thinking that well maybe we should okay we weren't quite able to finish up on Malcolm will do that.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"And the fourth fact, a Georgia man was cited for DUI at a Kroger store where he was backing into the building with his motorized wheelchair. All right. So that's fact for here we go. Again fact number one there is a Titanic to scheduled to set sail in twenty twenty two we'll retrace the route of the original ship fact, number two town in Wales where they have a man versus horse marathon fact, number three uncle Phil's law firm, and the French prince of Bel-Air is a tribute to Malcolm little James Earl Jones, and Richard Pryor and fact number four a Georgia man got a DUI for backing into a building with his motorized wheelchair Adam Brunstein, which one of those is the fake fact. Well, I'm pretty sure that Tannock too is a real thing. I think I read that somewhere, and it sounds like the man versus horse marathon. That sounds like something a city in Wales with do. Well. Yeah, it it just. Makes sense the DUI at a Kroger is throwing me for a loop. But I think that's true. So I'm going to go with the law firm on fresh law firm on fresh prince J Corrales. What's the fake fact? Oh, yeah. I think the Titanic to when I think there's so many fanatics out there that they'll go for that. So I think that's real the uncle Phil thing that tribute. I think that was real too and specific. Yeah. In the wheelchair. I could see a cop pull in a guy over in a wheelchair. So I'll say that one's true say the one in Wales that's got a man versus horse marathon is the faith. All right. Steve Mason, what are you going with? Am going to go with. I like the law firm, I like man versus horse,.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"Daily stoic by Ryan holiday, and is fairness six meditations on with them perseverance and the living essentially each day a day right mocked on their news. So each page has a day in the year that can kind of go to correspond in day, and it has a stoic philosophy based quote, the clothes the philosophy of stoicism exude the idea that you should have until we stand all the bullets older stones further your life and kind of maintain the kind of even kill approach to most things. Right. So you're never as good as as saying of his ballads as of idea of. So essentially each day, you're meant to read one piece of these alone luggage over lager philosophy base. Nugget of stoicism for the Sophy, right or the philosophy of stoicism and in the paragraph for underneath the quote self taken from, you know, very influential Lucifer's proceeds and Seneca, Marcus Aurelius is a little abbreviation on expounding of that quote from rhino holiday. Who's kind of one of my favorite authors to date. Now. He's a lows of books are you kind check out. The most recent them just about finished reading narrows called conspiracy. Which is a great book as good on audio book at the moment now because details the whole whole Cogan visa Gorka case that took place maybe a couple of years ago where HOGAN got huge payoff and Google because they decided to publish a secret sex eight thousand via Hayes knowledge and kind of you know, is kind of a battle of Goeke was around telling people secrets and in a free press and Haugen being secretary was off. About the merits all the legality of having his private lefty proud remained privacy. Really amazing book kind of details at kind of real cosmic. Liz, Mik take has McClay tick have you pronounce that would battle of kind of ideology for the most part. That's very interesting. So I recommend you check out some around holidays books they stoic because flipping group in the Mazen's, especially towards the end of the year. When you've kind of done away will give myself like set goals, I've been trying to maintain being a bit of a balanced diet. Maintain my fitness and just be more of a practitioner than a dreamer. Because something that he's kind of whiz affect me in a passionate sometimes just having dreams having brazened. It kind of was vote like you're doing things right because you had them in your head. You felt like you achieve something. But you weren't really. So I've kind of did away with whole goal Saint Louis because the fact is Ryan down goals gave me a false sense of achievement. Wasn't suffer. You know, what let me just start doing things are very no should be doing. Anyway. So that was playing more lead out trying to write more regularly. Those trying to be more creative minded morally, Jerry. I try to have an output stuff. Trying to generate income that's outside of my job into selling stuff online, or whatever it may be stopped are meant to be should be doing our show did more regularly in order to make myself to kind of the year. More wealth wild doesn't end of the year. Even if you are somebody why had strong as I am. We do reflective in carded. I wasted a year. Did I do to Phil's meant to be doing was I kinda sleepwalking was going harder should go. And they stuck has been a really good and consider minder in to kind of keep out of prize to trust the process and just to remain present. And just know that the the bits and pieces I've kind of got from this book and been trying to meditate on them each day. Redick trying to enact them action Friday, right Charlie take something afri- for today, which I was very apt was. So the sixteen fours. No, no, sixty. So the quote born November fourteenth was you? Choose the outcome. He was sent to prison close says he was sent to prison, but the survey Sion he has suffered evil is an addition coming from you proceed, this writes, this is a classic thinking as you've governed by an event itself is objective. How we describe it that is what is unfair or is as great clemency or that. They didn't purpose is on us, Malcolm X, then Malcolm little went into prisoners criminal. But he left as an educator religious motivate meant who would help in the struggle for civil rights. Did he suffer evil or did? He choose to make his experience positive one, except it's isn't passive is to first step in active process also improvement..

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"malcolm little" Discussed on Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

"So i was in the shower when morning ns wait a minute my mom frizz what mom was for boston my mom used to live around the corner from malcolm x xi knew malcolm back in izutsuya days when we malcolm little earth and found out that all these people that had been come into my house over the years friends of the family a lot of them were lake numbers runners that you know they were gangsters in some way so as a wait a minute you know goram my mom knows so many oji's and she can play one easy know so she really practice getting that she did going right so and and she acquired a little fan club two people come to an end some beautiful trivia idea mns love i did ask russia so let's talk before juice working with spike lee what were the ceremony type of feed duties like knows classic norway's 'cause a lot of people they know that you were a part of what they don't know which are role was what was your actual role with tolls big spike lee movies well the cinematographer pretty much my job is you know uh what does the movie look like you know too you know how do you set the look at the movie using lenses using lighting using color or lack of black and white and um than how to tell the story visually with the cameras so uh that was you know basically what i did you know uh this uh tried to tell the story visually in you know spike was pretty good visual visually himself so we bounce off each other a lot and um but you know things like and do the right thing you know he verse it me with the challenge before we started shooting he said i you know i want you to figure out how to get the audience to feel the hottest day of the summer.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:50 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"My name peres we're a grand off said power base from excellent and the i guess my is a winner three this point is that unable to see pretension impeding in helping live up to new attention knives you know what i'm hundred artists development personality the suit mattress people what any rat business but in general with you have a steal amid seeing knack helping the in back potential citizens were singer is b singh as act with anybody kuka widow yes sir i've been very fortunate out world in some parts from the 70s so while vivian dca under the tutelage of disco kate mary and they don't want to of p g challenge in grand community jc nice guys who sort of potential in me in helping the vote to mop attention as entertainment as a man and a stand on the shoulders of those shines including my built a sunny awesome elbow explained nice who when i met him i had hazy consequences and jim kurl diamond rings point urban bank of co run on japanese threat he never criticizing for any of those picks from things he saw the inside of me did he taught me knowledge of myself now and turn of mind hole in my your brain and when i was i didn't see oil custom in the morning crops i learned to depending on be mind tell us and secure way i wanted to go knives saw their reminds me of malcolm malcolm x when he went to prison when he was malcolm little and he got turn nor brother that was conscious in prison turned him on to his level of consciousness absolutely kidney to derive some of their games way brother took milestone to alaska exactly lumumba carson aka professor x to meet the sunny causing his wall knives serbs palm actually mountain x was one of our greatest inspiration specimen in mind okay during his transition i didn't need autobiography of malcolm x and it let me know back.

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"malcolm little" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm little" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Kind of church we have in that i've always been impacted by searches that just try to keep it real not even not crazy nothin' in know out of the ordinary just honest yes i mean that's what i'm seeing a lot of passes lately man me whether the call lens weather's a bishop tj not a path we got his bishop right yes in all different the different terminology specially in the black church with in the in their significant titles but yeah magai steven fertig is like everybody is just trying to be as spiritually honest as possible to not trying to make you book but leave any anything other than end god in jesus i always tell people with interestingly she serena bible is the opposite of what you see portrayed sometimes anybody in the bible is really clear to talk about the weakness especially the apostle paul who wrote most the new testament he his his progression has a spiritual leader was on the lease of the the disciples and then later on in in his life he goes on the least of god's people by the end of his ministry career in the new testament he says i am the chief of all centers the whole goal of christianity not to say look at me i got it together to say look how broken i am his in what got can do through me yet who can relate to that but see that the and with the world that we live in now we want to allow anybody who be broken now always say this era which never let malcolm little become malcolm x you they still be focused on him being malcolm little right they would never let that guy grow and didn't start preaching and talk about how god transform the march at the help you're lying you're a you're still selling heroin asleep more white women whatever it is the opposite of instagram the new testament yet right instagram is i'm amazing look at this march perfect where they are really wide to end my ideal ilk exactly over yell at him as a bad days exactly nobody is to gradually are we say i'm pretty honest on his grandma you're an anomaly dove i would i went door also successful so charlemagne so leg.

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