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"mexican american community" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:38 min | Last month

"mexican american community" Discussed on KGO 810

"10 Mark Thompson here. Bretz News up coming along with the Ron owns reporting. Then we'll do it the plan. It's stupid, but to the phones, we go. Oh, hi, Manny In Sacramento, you're on kgo. What's up, Manny? Good morning, So I just wanted to kind of give you my take on why? I think that Trump is gaining support among Latinos in California, particularly Mexican Americans, And I think that the reason is because if there's two big reasons, one of them is Trump's visit with the Mexican president, you know he was able to meet with him. And the Democrats really, really did not want that visit to take place and that gained a lot of support for Trump with the Mexican American community. They saw it as a gesture that was meaning that you know that he was kind of You know that he wasn't a bad guy that You know, even though they don't like him, I don't You know, I'm Mexican myself, and I thought, Tio a lot of people in the community, and they don't like trump at all, but they're willing to swallow him like a bad pill in a certain way. The other reason is because they've seen even though they are very upset about what happened to the Children at the border and all that sort of stuff. But they're also time Biden to Obama and and Obama was seen as the DePorter in chief by Mexican Americans, and by a lot of the and so They They despise Trump. I was just having a conversation like that, with Ah, a business friend of mine who was in the area and he was charming. Sending his thing now really despise this man. He's horrible and everything like that and and what we really, you know, we looked at the other side. It's practically the same. The only thing is that one is doing this other thing with the with his visit with the Trump visit with Mexican president It was. After that you've seen a whole bunch of away arrests of very high official Mexican officials from the Mexican from the previous Mexican administration from paying any of this administration and even cause Morones president, ex President Calderon administration. So all these things in social media have been, you know, in the Mexican community and help try last message I got a rep is a great call Manny. Thank you. There's another story coming out of Mexico. That was huge. I meant to do it yesterday, but maybe get a little bit later. Thanks called great great thoughts. As we continue. Mark Thompson show KG Open 10 fighting Kobe 19 will be one of the topics at tonight's presidential debate. The last one between President Trump and former Vice president Joe Biden. Nationwide. 40 States are seeing increasing numbers of Corona virus hospitalizations. Utah is one of them and get governor Gary Herbert's large gatherings are part of the reason why we're flying, in fact, doesn't matter if he had love each other and your family or friends. That doesn't make you immune from getting the covert 19 virus. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said today. There's progress on talks with lighthouse for another round of economic stimulus, but it's not clear if the Senate would agree to a large stimulus package. Senate Judiciary Committee today voted to advance the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. The full Senate will likely vote on it Monday. Red flag. Fire warnings are in effect today in six states from California to Texas, and authorities in Colorado, say a fire burning in Grand County northwest of Denver, grew by over 100,000 acres in a day. Brian Clark ABC News update..

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"mexican american community" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:21 min | 3 months ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR comes from capital One capital one's banking apple. It's people manage their money anytime, anywhere. Capital one. This is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? Capital One end, eh? And the listeners and members of the public radio spare the air alert through Tuesday for the Bay Area overcast some hes also today some clearing coast and bay most of the sunshine inland with afternoon haze Bay Area highs today fifties and sixties coast in bay. Eighties to the low nineties. Far inland. Look for mostly cloudy skies tonight with areas of fog. This is forum. I mean, akin. Los Angeles journalist Ruben Salazar died 50 years ago Saturday when a sheriff's deputy struck him in the head with a tear gas canister. He died instantly, according to the people who were there that day, August 29th 1970 On that day, more than 20,000 people have gathered in East L. A to protest the disproportionate death toll of Mexican Americans in the Vietnam War. The Los Angeles Times is locked a project examining the social, political and cultural legacy of the national Chicano moratorium against the Vietnam War. And two of the writers on the project. Join us Now. Gustavo Ariano is a features writer for The Times host of the L A Times. This is California The Battle of 1 87. Former publisher and editor of Orange County's Alternative Weekly, See Weekly and the author of the Column. Ask a Mexican. His books include Ask a Mexican and Taco Yusa. Welcome to four of Gustavo Ariano. Buses for having may really appreciate you being here also with us Daniel Hernandez, a reporter covering culture in L. A. For the Times, he's formally a reporter for the Style section of the New York Times editor of L. A Taco producer and correspondent for vice news editor of Ice, Mexico and staff writer at L. A weekly Welcome to Forum Daniel and others. Thank you. I'm going to start with you, Daniel, if I could, and I would like to, of course, help. Everybody know and understand. And remember what the Chicano moratorium was. And could you please explain why it was called a moratorium? Yes, well, the moratorium term, I guess came from this idea that activists of the period who were distressed by the disproportionate numbers of casualties that were calculated among Mexican Americans. Hispanic Americans wanted a moratorium. A suspension of the loss of Brown lives in the Theatre of war there in Vietnam. And so for them, it was really pertinent and really important to literally put a stop to these deaths because during the tumult of the late 19 sixties and into the 19 seventies, there was, of course, obviously a lot of different civil rights movements, and this was the one that was really most activating. I think young Chicago's young Mexican Americans across the country I mean much of the organized it happened in the area. Our Arizona, Texas and California in East L. A. And so what did people attribute the disproportion number of deaths, too? Well, that's an interesting question. I think that there's actually still a lot of historic sizing to be done about that electric Americans, of course, since the earliest of conflicts that this country has been involved in a kind of always been there and available kind of front center and have been involved in the major interventions in wars that the United States has been involved in, and so I think that there is Some way something about tradition in the Mexican American community siblings, relatives of mine have, you know I served in the armed forces on and so there's probably no than that. But I also think that given that Mexican Americans and Latinos were and have been historically so marginalized by the institutions and by the government or abuse by the police, which Quickly became another element of struggle. The moratorium that there is more of an incentive for people pushing young Mexican Americans to go into the service is opposed to let's say higher education. You know, One of the things that I was so struck by was how joyous everyone describes the Chicano moratorium as being Can you talk about that and when did it start to turn? Yes. Well, it really was. There's this very ah beloved photograph that's still circulates of a Ah couple that had just got married that briefly joins the march. There were people honesty was Mexican American lead, but there were people of all ethnicities and colors that were present there. Including. You know, activist Jewish American lawyers and African Americans in Solidarity on it really was a very familial, joyous sort of event. There had been according to the accounts kind of fringe elements the way that we have today, you know, frankly speaking in terms of some of the probe for peaceful protest that occur in our cities today. Of people who are sort of taunting or trying to confront some of the sheriff's deputies that were sort of monitoring the course of the march. Once it reached the park, there was some kind of trouble at a liquor store about a block away. It's so crazy because I was literally just there this weekend, and I saw that still named greenmail Liquor store. There was and police were called there and then that's where someone threw a bottle. And then the word basically of rioting or theft kind of arose from there and then. The sheriff's department literally seemed to just sort of raved the park and start attacking indiscriminately with batons and tear gas. The people who have been gathered there And then some elements of the people who are being attacked through the tear gas back through act bottles and rocks. And so it kind of all devolved from there. And of course, Christa Mariano. This is the protests that killed Ruben Salazar. This event was where it happened in. That is what your piece reflects on quite a bit. Was the police killing of this journalist? Can you remind us of Ruben Salazar is first of all. Ruben Salazar is a titan of American journalism in the sense that he literally created a genre from nothing the Latino be covering Latinos as more than just as some people call them zoo pieces of treating Latinos as individuals. So he was a reporter born quad is right across from Il Passo. The group Paso joined The Los Angeles Times in 1959 1 of three lucky no reporters at the time. Ends up becoming a foreign correspondent covered California's well then in 1969, the owner of the Los Angeles Times, Otis Chandler, calls him back from Mexico City and says, Look, we've we finally realized there's a lot of Mexican Americans here in Southern California. They're really upset. You start covering them, and so he covered them for a year as a reporter, but he felt stymied by a career advancement at the Los Angeles Times. So in 1970, he gets a job as a news director for comic is like water, which is a Univision station now in southern Cal. Seven California But the Los Angeles Times also offered him a role as a columnist. In other words, he was good as you know, he was now going to be able to give his opinions about the you know the day and especially with Mexican American movements. His first one February, 6 1970.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

03:59 min | 8 months ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"Things in the nineteen ninety-seven Biotech Selena. The late Latin superstar was played by Jennifer Lopez as an actress of Puerto Rican descent. Lopez has earned scorn in certain corners of the Mexican American community for playing Tano Music's most famous singer but Lopez won acclaim for the performance though. She did not sing in the film. The warm reception for Selena convinced several in the music business particularly Sony Music Executive Tommy Mottola the man who discovered Mariah Carey that the future J. Lo could pursue a full on pop career in short Jennifer Lopez. Would at last become a singer after she had tried and succeeded at everything else. If you had my love was the first single from on the six Jennifer Lopez's debut album. It dropped the same month. Ricky Martin was scaling the charts with Livin. La Vida Loca. Unlike Martin Lopez had no prior Latin pop career to fall back on no need to transition out of Spanish language material her ticket would-be English language. Pop with a nebulous. Lee Latin flavor that nebulous nece was especially true of if you have my love produced and Co written by Aren be hitmaker Rodney Jerkins. The song could just as easily have been recorded by the other artists. Jerkins was producing at the time. Such as Brandy Monica. Or destiny's child as with those hit makers however if you had my love was a smash rising to number one on the hot one hundred in just five weeks. Actually KNOCKING OUT MARTIN'S LIVING LA VIDA. Loca thanks to Lopez's profile in the Latin community. The song also made an appearance on the Latin tracks chart it only reached number twenty seven there but Spanish language stations were playing. Lopez's success indicated that the Latin boomlet of ninety nine was cultural as much as musical having established herself. Lopez did issue somewhat more Latin flavored singles for the rest of the year including the Latin House. Track waiting for tonight. A number eight pop number one club hit the one. Two Punch of Ricky Martin and Jennifer Lopez was like a siren song to the Latin pop world. If as I said earlier this was a universe of stars hiding in plain sight by the second half of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. They wouldn't be hiding from mainstream audiences anymore for the rest of the year. The charts were awash in stars from the Latin world. Who'd been working Spanish language radio for years but now saw an opportunity to break on pop. Radio at least one of these stars came equipped with both catchy songs and a famous.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:59 min | 8 months ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Things in the nineteen ninety-seven Biotech Selena. The late Latin superstar was played by Jennifer Lopez as an actress of Puerto Rican descent. Lopez has earned scorn in certain corners of the Mexican American community for playing Tano Music's most famous singer but Lopez won acclaim for the performance though. She did not sing in the film. The warm reception for Selena convinced several in the music business particularly Sony Music Executive Tommy Mottola the man who discovered Mariah Carey that the future J. Lo could pursue a full on pop career in short Jennifer Lopez. Would at last become a singer after she had tried and succeeded at everything else. If you had my love was the first single from on the six Jennifer Lopez's debut album. It dropped the same month. Ricky Martin was scaling the charts with Livin. La Vida Loca. Unlike Martin Lopez had no prior Latin pop career to fall back on no need to transition out of Spanish language material her ticket would-be English language. Pop with a nebulous. Lee Latin flavor that nebulous nece was especially true of if you have my love produced and Co written by Aren be hitmaker Rodney Jerkins. The song could just as easily have been recorded by the other artists. Jerkins was producing at the time. Such as Brandy Monica. Or destiny's child as with those hit makers however if you had my love was a smash rising to number one on the hot one hundred in just five weeks. Actually KNOCKING OUT MARTIN'S LIVING LA VIDA. Loca thanks to Lopez's profile in the Latin community. The song also made an appearance on the Latin tracks chart it only reached number twenty seven there but Spanish language stations were playing. Lopez's success indicated that the Latin boomlet of ninety nine was cultural as much as musical having established herself. Lopez did issue somewhat more Latin flavored singles for the rest of the year including the Latin House. Track waiting for tonight. A number eight pop number one club hit the one. Two Punch of Ricky Martin and Jennifer Lopez was like a siren song to the Latin pop world. If as I said earlier this was a universe of stars hiding in plain sight by the second half of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. They wouldn't be hiding from mainstream audiences anymore for the rest of the year. The charts were awash in stars from the Latin world. Who'd been working Spanish language radio for years but now saw an opportunity to break on pop. Radio at least one of these stars came equipped with both catchy songs and a famous.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"There is some kind of accident because this can no longer have that scary and it's so sad a large crowded a vigil honoring the shooting victims yelled make a change and do something as Ohio's Republican governor spoke speaking to reporters in New Jersey president trump bemoan the weekend shootings in Texas and Ohio credible places we love the people Hey it has no place in our country but critics such as Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer say the president fosters that hate to his tweets and his rhetoric president trump spends more time criticizing Baltimore Elijah Cummings than he does white nationalists tonight you hardly had had to keep out of him about white nationalists Schumer's calling for the return of the Senate from August recess to deal with gun violence several residents of Mexico among those who were killed Saturday in el Paso and a CVS is Adrian bard reports that country is responding Mexico's foreign minister said his country views the el Paso shooting as an act of terrorism directed specifically at the Mexican American community in the United States Mexico will take legal action in international courts and attempt to prosecute the shooter as a terrorist Mexico also will seek to extradite him to stand trial south of the border and there's word this morning that the online site eight chan where the alleged el Paso gunman's manifesto was posted has been kicked off of its distribution provider in Hong Kong protests continue in chief executive Carrie lam insisting she will not resign such extensive disruptions.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"District some kind of accident because this can no longer have that scary and it's so sad a large crowded a vigil honoring the shooting victims yelled make a change and do something as Ohio's Republican governor spoke speaking to reporters in New Jersey president trump the mon the weekend shootings in Texas and Ohio credible ways we love the people eight has no place in our country but critics such as Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer say the president fosters that hate to his tweets and his rhetoric president trump spends more time criticizing Baltimore Elijah Cummings than he does white nationalists tonight hardly had had out of him about white nationalists Schumer's calling for the return of the Senate from August recess to deal with gun violence several residents of Mexico among those who were killed Saturday in el Paso and as CBS's Adrian bard reports of that country is responding Mexico's foreign minister said his country views the el Paso shooting as an act of terrorism directed specifically at the Mexican American community in the United States Mexico will take legal action in international courts and attempt to prosecute the shooter as a terrorist Mexico also will seek to extradite him to stand trial south of the border and there's word this morning that the online site eight chan where the alleged el Paso gunman's manifesto was posted has been kicked off of its distribution provider in Hong Kong protests continue in chief executive Carrie lam insisting she will not resign such extensive.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"To be some kind of accident because this can no longer have that scary and it's so sad and it needs to stop a large crowded a vigil honoring the shooting victims yelled make a change and do something as Ohio's Republican governor spoke speaking to reporters in New Jersey president trump bemoaned the weekend shootings in Texas and Ohio credible places we love the people eight has no place in our country but critics such as Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer say the president fosters that hate to his tweets and his rhetoric president trump spends more time criticizing Baltimore Elijah Cummings than he does white nationalists tonight you're hardly had had keep out of him about white nationalists Schumer's calling for the return of the Senate from August recess to deal with gun violence several residents of Mexico among those who were killed Saturday in el Paso and a CVS is Adrian bard reports that country is responding Mexico's foreign minister said his country views the el Paso shooting as an act of terrorism directed specifically at the Mexican American community in the United States Mexico will take legal action in international courts and attempt to prosecute the shooter as a terrorist Mexico also will seek to extradite him to stand trial south of the border and there's word this morning that the online site eight chan where the alleged el Paso gunman's manifesto was posted has been kicked off of its distribution provider in Hong Kong protests continue a chief executive Carrie lam insisting she will not resign such extensive.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Their lives I'm chip crystal in Dayton Ohio twenty year old Audrey Marcello choked back tears as she stood on the same street were nine people were shot and killed a street she often visit to the city's entertainment destroy there needs to be some kind of action because this can no longer have that scary and it's so sad a large crowded a vigil honoring the shooting victims yelled make a change and do something as Ohio's Republican governor spoke speaking to reporters in New Jersey president trump bemoaned the weekend shootings in Texas and Ohio credible places we love the people eight has no place in our country but critics such as Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer say the president fosters that hate to his tweets and his rhetoric president trump spends more time criticizing Baltimore Elijah Cummings than he does white nationalists tonight you hardly had had keep out of him about white nationalists Schumer's calling for the return of the Senate from August recess to deal with gun violence several residents of Mexico among those who were killed Saturday in el Paso and a CVS is Adrian bard reports that country is responding Mexico's foreign minister said his country views the el Paso shooting as an act of terrorism directed specifically at the Mexican American community in the United States Mexico will take legal action in international courts and attempt to prosecute the shooter as a terrorist Mexico also will seek to extradite him to stand trial south of the border and there's word this morning that the online site eight chan where the alleged el Paso gunman's manifesto was posted has been kicked off of its distribution provider in Hong Kong protests continue a chief executive Carrie lam insisting she will not resign such extensive.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Trump we all know cease immigration as one of his winning issues. He's more than willing to make extreme threats like closing the border entirely. If it makes him look tough one reason the issue worked so well for him is that the Democrats tend to avoid it entirely. There really isn't a coherent view of immigration in the Democratic Party and most candidates in the race. Now barely bring it up except to object to what Trump does. But at least one democrat candidate is eager to talk about immigration and Castro served as secretary of housing and urban development in the Obama administration. But he also is former mayor of San Antonio in Texas right near the border, and he wants to change the terms of the presidential. Bait entirely Castro has suggested that entering the United States without papers should no longer be a federal crime. I spoke to who the Castro last week. And I asked him why he thought focusing on immigration policy was precisely the way to be Donald Trump. There's they're different reasons that I've chosen to focus early on. And rolled out as my first policy plan on immigration number one, that's close to my heart. You know, my family stories in American. And immigrants American dream story. I grew up with a grandmother that had come over from Mexico, and she was seven she worked as a maid a cook. And a babysitter raise my mom as a single parent. My mom became the first one to graduate from high school, go onto college my brother walking, and I were able to go to college to law school to become the first in our family to become professionals of you're the son of real activists a political act. Yeah. So my mother and father were involved mostly my mom, but my dad for a little while involved in the old she gonna movement the Mexican American civil rights movement of the late nineteen sixties and early seventies. And my mother was a hell raiser when she was young. She had started off in the young Democrats, and then part of their also any of the party that was a third party that at the time said that neither the Democrats and Republicans are really sufficiently serving the needs of the Mexican American community in Texas in the south west, so they formed their own party. And by the time, my brother, and I were growing up, you know, her activism was was. Sort of tampering down, but we still grew up being taken to rallies and speeches and different organizational meetings. And so we grew up around this sense that participating in the democratic process was a good thing. As you watch President Trump behave as he does in the question of immigration as you listen to his rhetoric on the question of immigration me ask you this is Donald Trump a racist. I think he behaved like a racist with difference. I don't think there is a difference. Yeah. I believe that that. Yeah. That he has been racist. Sure. And how do you go bad defeating that? Because I I must tell you. He is it behaves as if he is absolutely convinced that this kind of rhetoric of division on immigration is a winner for him. Maybe more than any other issue. I wanted to go as straight to what this president has considered his bread and butter issue. This is how he Stokes division. This is how he still fear and paranoia. This is what he's counting on in terms of issue to win a narrow electoral college victory. And so I've released a people I immigration plan that represents a completely different vision, you know, and we can get into it. And what's at the core of why the core of it is that we should treat people with compassion and not cruelty and stop treating people like criminals, and instead treat border-crossing like we used to which is a civil violation reduce the backlog of people who are waiting for some sort of adjudication in our immigration legal process. If have somebody deserves a hearing, they get their hearing, whether they're claiming Silom or the here undocumented, and we can make decisions so people are not waiting years and years in limbo in the United States that we create a pathway to citizenship for people who are undocumented who are here, the ten to eleven million people, not only dreamers, but also their parents and other undocumented individuals who have not committed a serious crime. Also that we take a long-term smart view. Why would a mom come here with her six year old infant from Honduras, or El Salvador, or what the mullahs in most cases, it's because there's tremendous danger over there. They can't find safety and they can't find opportunity. So I've proposed the equivalent of a twenty-first-century Marshall plan for Central America. So that we can help build up safety and opportunity there, and then get the benefit of not having like we did last month ninety two thousand people show up at our southern border. Now, one of your proposals is to repeal the law, which makes illegal entry in the United States a federal crime. Why do you see starting there as an essential first step because the mess? That's been created the chaos that's been created with family separation this cruelty, a lot of the backlog that we have a lot of the expense in the system has developed after two thousand four the four thousand four we used to even though this law on the books we used to basically treat this as a civil violate. A civil penalty after two thousand four we started using incarceration more and treating it as a crime. That's what's led to this mass with family detention with separation with the backlog that we have. So I believe that we can have a better system. If we go back to treat it as a civil violation with enhanced monitoring of these families, so that they show up for their court date. Now, any number of political leaders, including Alexandria, custody Cortez, a congressman from the Bronx and queens. Wants to ban ice wants to band, immigration and customs enforcement as an institution feels it's been so morally compromised that it's impossible to go on. I don't hear that from you. What do you wanna do? I wanna break it up and separate the the the enforcement part of it put that back into mostly the department of Justice, and then have homeland security investigations, which is a separate unit of ice you go on and do its investigations about a year year and a half ago. There were nineteen people who work for ice, the employees. That said look, this is not working the the setup of this department is not working, and I believe that enforcement would be better served if we actually break ice apart and separate homeland security investigations from the other part of ice. So the institution is not fundamentally broken in such a way there are so many violations undocumented cases of mistreat. By ice that you think it's necessary to dissolve it. Well, I don't think it's necessary to do away with or we should do away with enforcement completely. But I do think that we should reconstitute it, and that's part of my plan. I don't think that it should go on the way that it's been. I think that it needs to be changed from the way that agents are trained to administratively where it's located in the federal government. Now, if you get as far as a debate stage with President Trump, I guarantee you I guarantee you that he's going to say you're for open borders. Are you? I'm not and nobody is talking about open borders. We have six hundred fifty four miles of fencing. We have thousands of personnel. We have guns. We have boats we have planes. We have helicopters. We have security cameras all over the border. I'm talking about a system where people still are subject to deportation. So nobody's talking about open borders. But the thing is David is, you know, it doesn't matter if I have a plan or another democrat has a plan. He's gonna say we're all for open borders, just like they're going to call a socialist. And doesn't matter if you proposed that we literally moved to a socialist system or that some people get relief on student loans. They're going to say that it's socialism. Part of the reason that I propose this immigration plan. And that it's so bold is because number one I don't buy into the narrative that the people who are coming to the southern border represent a national security threat. Secondly because as it represent. Desperation and the beauty of this country that people still see this country as a place of opportunity and safety and that is beautiful in its own way. You know, my brother has this wonderful line that I wish I'd thought of my brother Joaquin who's in congress that says that there's something a lot worse than the day. When so many people want to come to this country, which is the day that nobody wants to come to this country and people around the world want to come to the United States. We need an orderly way to sort that out. What we don't need is the kind of cruelty that this administration has engaged in. But the other reason that I've put forward this bold immigration plan is I'm not afraid I'm not afraid of the president on this issue. I was in mcallen, Texas on the border on Father's Day of last year. With a group of activists to protest is family separation policy, and is depressing and dismayed as it was. To be this Ursula processing center where they were separating children from their families. It was uplifting to see that the activists that were there were white and black and all different backgrounds. Not only Latino, and it reminded me that we share common values and beliefs and one of those is a treat people with basic respect. I'm betting fundamentally that in that head to head that we can win with where are you on the impeachment question, your brother, sits in the house of representatives. You're close however competitive, but you're close there's a big question. Now Nancy Pelosi says, let's just continue investigating impeachment might be counterproductive. And then there are people within the democratic caucus who say, you know, what what more evidence of obstruction of Justice to we need what we find in the mullahs report where you on this. I believe that the predicate is there for impeachment that the question is going to become this guy on these different occasions. Basically tried to obstruct. Justice. The fact that he was Frago and not Michael you referring to the core league. That's right. The hectic meeting the dumb brother and not Michael back that he was saying nobody respected him enough to carry out his orders right versus somebody. Who's orders may have been carried out like, Richard Nixon? That does not absolve him of the fact that he tried to break the law tried to obstruct Justice. And so they're going to have to make a decision about whether we're going to uphold that rule of law and hold him accountable. What are you hoping? I hope they do you. Hope they impeach four. They hold them accountable. You now I hate to.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was just a dodgers jacket. Then be sent his grandfather did something radical. My dad was never welcome back into their home. Because he gave him dodgers jacket. Right. So v send who was nine years old at the time. He was super confused, and he didn't really understand why his grandfather reacted that way most of his life until his early twenties. When he finally understood when they ask grandmother pulled him aside and laid out this entire family history. That'd be sent they had no idea about you could see her face that what she was about to tell me with something that was it was it had sat in her mind for a long time. And when she told us about the community. I mean, you could see them like in their face. You can see them get so emotional. What does he mean like the community who's he talking about? Okay. My grandfather is John the Nava and he grew up in the community of. His wife is a dela the Nava, and she grew up in Palo the to and they they both met their Bilo valley is one of three neighborhoods. They made up a predominantly Mexican American community. They were followed that event LA Loma and Bishop, and they had over a thousand families and altogether. Something bigger something that you may know media as Chavez ravine the Chavis ravine. So it's about a community. Okay today. The rest of the world may now Chavez ravine by another name of the lucky ones. I'm here today at Dodger Stadium Dodger Stadium, okay, Jenny. So how about if you take it away and tell us the story of the Chevy's ravine. So let's talk about it before it was the home of the dodgers when it was actually home to over a thousand families because it was a place where we sent his grandparents fell in love and started a family..

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"mexican american community" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Just a dodgers jacket. Then be sent his grandfather did something radical. My dad was never welcome back into their homes. Because he gave him a dodgers jacket. Right. So we sent the who was nine years old at the time. He was super confused, and he didn't really understand why his grandfather reacted that way most of his life until his early twenties. When he finally understood when they ask grandmother pulled him aside and laid out this entire family history. That'd be sent they had no idea about you could see interface that when she was about to tell me was something that was it was it had sat in her mind for a long time. And when she told us about the community. I mean, you could see them like in their face. You can see them get so emotional. What does he mean like the community who's he talking about? Okay. My grandfather is John than ever. And he grew up in the community of. His wife is a dela the Nava and she grew up in Palo the two and they they both met their Bilo. Lava is one of three neighborhoods that made up predominantly Mexican American community. They weren't follow their their LA llama, and Bishop and they had over a thousand families and altogether. They made something bigger something that you may know Maria as Chavez ravine the Chavis revealing. So it's about a community. Okay today. The rest of the world may now Chavez ravine by another name. The lucky ones aren't here today at Dodger Stadium Dodger Stadium. Okay, janice. So how about if you take it away and tell us the story of the Chevy's ravine. So let's talk about it before it was the home of the dodgers when it was actually home to over a thousand families because it was a place where we sent his grandparents fell in love and started a family. My.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dodgers jacket. Then be sent his grandfather did something radical. My dad was never welcome back into their home. Because he gave him a dodgers jacket. Right. So v Sunday who was nine years old at the time. He was super confused, and he didn't really understand why his grandfather reacted that way most of his life until his early twenties. When he finally understood when they ask grandmother, they'll pull them aside and laid out this entire family history. That'd be sent they had no idea about you could see interface that which was about to tell me something that was it was it had sat in her mind for a long time. And when she told us about the community. I mean, you could see them like in their face. You can see them get so emotional. What does he mean like the community who's he talking about? Okay. My grandfather is John the Nava and he grew up in the community of Palo Verde. His wife is a dela the Nava and she grew up in Palo the two, and they they both met there by lavar. There is one of three neighborhoods. They made up a predominantly Mexican American community. They were. Bilo their LA llama, and Bishop and they had over a thousand families and altogether. They made something bigger something that you may know Maria as Chavez ravine the Chavis ravine. So it's about a community. Okay today. The rest of the world may now Chavis ravine by another name. The lucky ones aren't here today at Dodger Stadium Dodger Stadium. Okay, janice. So how about if you take it away and tell us the story of the Chevy's ravine. So let's talk about it before it was the home of the dodgers when it was actually home to over a thousand families because it was a place where we sent his grandparents fell in love and started a family. My.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on Latino USA

"But often when you're taking in the game. You're not thinking about the decades old history of the stadium, especially for example, an iconic one like Dodger Stadium so for some deeper history on the home of the Los Angeles Dodgers, here's producer, Janice. Moga? So have you been to a game? I was I've been to two games one. When I was like nine in Chicago. And then one like ten years ago at Yankee Stadium. Well, as an NGO Lino I've been to Dodger Stadium. It's up on a hill surrounded by palm trees, it has a ton of parking lots, and it has one of the best use of downtown LA and dodgers have a ton of Latino fan. Especially Mexican fans and a lot of it had to do with Fernandomania. Alan's Wella has opened the nineteen Eighty-one season with a shutout and melons Wella the superstar rookie he was a kid from Mexico, Sonora Mexico, and he led the Los Angeles Dodgers to the World Series in nineteen Eighty-one for none of mania was super intense and the legend of Fernando becomes known to all the world oil Mundo dad like I said came during the Fernando-mania. Is that emigrated from Mexico in the early seventies? And really embraced for Nando mania, and he wants to share this moment with his son. So he gave he sent the Fernando Valenzuela dodgers jacket on his ninth birthday in front of the whole family, including the sent this grandfather early flipped on. But he's just goes, really? And he walked out of the room. I think he knew he was going to blow up to that point though, because of a dodgers jacket. Exactly. And be sent this data was totally shocked. I mean, it was just a dodgers jacket. Then be sent this grandfather did something radical. My dad was never welcome back into their home. Because he gave him a dodgers jacket right Soviet send who was nine years old at the time. He was super confused, and he didn't really understand why his grandfather reacted that way most of his life until his early twenties. When he finally understood when they ask grandmother, LA pulled him aside and laid out this entire family history. That'd be sent they had no idea about you could see in her face that what she was about to tell me with something that was it was it had sat in her mind for a long time. And when she told us about the community. I mean, you could see them like in their face. You can see them get so emotional. What does he mean like the community who's he talking about? Okay. My grandfather is John then Uva and he grew up in the community of follow editor. His wife is a dela the Nava and she grew up in Palo the to and they they both met. There is one of three neighborhoods that made up a predominantly Mexican American community..

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"mexican american community" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"WBZ news time to eleven thousands of soccer coaches from around the world are in Chicago for their annual conference, sixty five hundred soccer coaches from around the world or at McCormick place this weekend for the United soccer coaches convention. This is the first United soccer coaches convention in Chicago since one thousand nine hundred eighty three and the first at McCormick place. Mayor Emanuel was on hand to welcome the attendees, and he invited them to check out the neighborhood. You have the largest polish me outside of Warsaw is right here in the city of Chicago. If Chicago's Mexican American community was a city in Mexico. It is sixth largest city in Mexico as all your fans that exists exist in all different parts of the city, Chicago. And then the mayor kick the soccer ball around that a demonstration pitch and even took a shot on goal at McCormick place. Rob heart. News Radio one zero five point nine FM. Governor elect Jay Pritzker says he will double the salaries of his top aides using his own money Pritzker announced the anew. Usual arrangement in advance of his inauguration. Next monday. The extra money will come from an organization that Pritzker set up specifically for this purpose. He'd already pumped more than one hundred seventy million dollars of his own wealth into his campaign to defeat governor. Rauner and Aurora man's been sentenced to seven years behind bars for a drunk driving crash in Naperville it killed his best friend. The Tribune reports thirty six year old Michael VERA pleaded guilty to aggravated DUI in the two thousand sixteen crash that left his passenger Thirty-seven-year-old David Dokan of Aurora dead. The accident happened early in the morning of November twenty third 2016 on Naper boulevard, south of Ogden avenue. Police in northwest Indiana's say a trail of lies. You're a flew out of shoplifters car window during a high-speed chase police say they found four bras and fourteen pairs of underwear alongside the road and inside Holly. San sounds car following the chase Wednesday night the northwest. Indiana times reports the thirty four year old nearly crashed a number of times and she reached speeds of nearly one hundred. Miles an hour. The paper says she resisted officers who had approached her in a Kohl's parking lot before the chase and told them at the end. She didn't have anything on her paper says in jail sandstone was found wearing two pairs of underwear with the tags still on ANSI hardy NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine FM. We'll get a look at your AccuWeather five day forecast. Find out about the snow headed our way and the latest in sports next WBZ news time, two thirteen listening..

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"mexican american community" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Largest polish outside of Warsaw is right here in the city. Chicago if Chicago's Mexican American community was the city of Mexico. It is six largest city in Mexico. And so all your fans that exists exist in all different parts of the city of Chicago. And then the mayor kick the soccer ball around that a demonstration pitch and even took a shot on goal at McCormick place, rob heart NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The White House is reportedly considering declaring a national emergency. Allowing President Trump to use other federal funds to build a border wall. CBS news Capitol Hill producer, Rebecca Kaplan, says an option being looked at involves taking money from the army corps of engineers, very controversial move. So again, we should call. This is not something that the White House is absolutely going to do. But it is an option that they have begun exploring as a way to get the president has wall without congressional approval. The money has been allocated for recovery from natural disasters in Puerto Rico, Texas, California, and Florida are you a spokesman for the coalition fighting the Islamic state group says. American forces in Syria have begun the process of withdrawal from the country. CBS news military analyst, Mike lions says the withdrawal might be an olive branch to Turkey which expected faster. Withdrawal of the US military might be a communication back to Turkey, especially in the location where this withdrawal taking place that the Turks are going to assume much more responsibility for the northeastern security and sector of Syria this Syrian observatory for human rights says the withdrawal started last night with a convoy it pulled out from the northeastern part of the country Russia's foreign ministry is dismissing suggestions, an American arrested in Moscow on suspicion of spying could be used in a prisoner. Swap for a Russian held in the United States, Paul Whalen. Former US marine was arrested in Moscow last month on suspicion of spying. His arrest raised speculation that he could be traded for a Russian held in the US such as gun right's activist Maria Bettina, who's pleaded guilty to acting as a foreign agent. Here's a diet. Terry recommendation, you may want to incorporate in the new year people with.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on KTRH

"What countries will host the centers or take in refugees meanwhile the libyan coast guard says it recovered the bodies of three children and rescued sixteen people after their boat sank about one hundred people are missing megan williams abc news sorry meghan in local news a new mural is being painted to honor mexican american contributions to the city of houston merely said to highlight the places personalities and concepts that shape the mexican american community things include are let's see a mural of immigration jobs in the ship channel industry and life in the second ward for the second night in a row the late night rosenberg police have been called out to westwood village apartments after more residents received envelope with a suspicious powder inside witnesses said that the paper inside was from an insurance company but the item that look like a pen is what had the material inside of it lieutenant chad pino of the red the rosenberg police department said quote the letter was analyzed came up negative for any hazardous materials it's going to be hot humid this weekend no rain in sight until tuesday there might be even some rain on the fourth of july but in looks like a fifty fifty chance so we have this heavy dust particle problem today it sand particles coming from across the atlantic from the sahara desert let's face it it's a houston summer trifecta we have imported dust we have heat and we have infected bugs harris county public health officials say the number of mosquito samples testing positive for west nile virus has increased from eighteen to thirty two in just the past few days that is pretty common for this time of year as the summer heat and humidity get into full swing there's a map on the county's website showing where the west nile mosquitos were found and as you head out for fourth of july activities it doesn't hurt to have mosquito repellent handy it's best to apply sunscreen i then weighed about ten minutes before putting on the bug spray coriolis newsradio seven forty ktar h it's four zero three good music tonight that cynthia woods mitchell pavilion that's chicago and they're going to be with reo speedwagon concerts at seven thirty tomorrow night it's pavilion willie nelson in the outlaw music festival robert earl king at the redneck country club tonight and in sports bless their hearts astros are playing.

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Ex-CIA officer charged with massive leak to WikiLeaks

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Ex-CIA officer charged with massive leak to WikiLeaks

"Now charged with this massive leaked to wikileaks joshua schultz is just twenty nine right but he's been charged in this new grand jury indictment and i guess he just had a treasure trove of us government stuff that he turned over to wikileaks that was pretty damaging kate i mean this is one of the major leaks of our time and he was an engineer and he has this this leak the grand jury of courses in dieting and it's to wikileaks and you know what amazes me most about this how on earth are you know these contractors or these employees whether it's the cia nsa private contractor like eric snowden how can they get this passed amount of information out to people and this was now they found out there was a child porn case it was revealed in court that shows this this man was a target of the investigation into wikileaks and then of course the release of the collection was known as bald number seven so it must be a treasure trove of information that has now gotten out there wait and see what happens with that but man that's boyd's gets crazy and that changed of course some of the policies of how they were doubling up on who they're hiring these contractors all that kind of stuff i mean kind of rippling all the way through the and some of the people that they contract out with some of the big companies right right in this is not the only one last june they had an actual security agency contractor reality winner was arrested on charges of leaking online publications in march they had one in minneapolis terry albery was charged with the leak to the interceptor the fbi's procedures i mean and then james wolfensohn so this is the fourth in a row i can't imagine how they're going to continue to let this go on i mean there are electric ways to you know sort of prevent this type of thing from happening yeah absolutely another big story today and this is one i say that america tonight people are talking about this former first lady laura bush she could self she spoke out on sunday night about separating families on the border it was in the washington post has pumped out all over the place she said it was cruel and immoral she said she lives in a border state she appreciates the need to enforce them protect the boundaries but this is hero tolerance policies just cruel it's immoral it's awful you know in two thousand fifteen george bush started this what they call it like a streamlining process brock obama did it and that was to allow for actual prosecution of people so it allowed the government to say you're coming in we can't prosecute you and at least that was a maybe a way to keep less people here or to deal with people especially if they had a criminal background but at that point in time they didn't split families now there's two things that why this is going on two different directions one is that president trump and this is a i think awkward to say the least said well this is a wedge to be using the democrats to get immigration reform if he does this with the families but the second reason and and nobody really is talking about this case too much the second reason is to send the message to people out in mexico that are trying to come across if you come here we're going to separate you from your family's and then in the latino community mexican community families are a big deal and so some people may be maybe dissuaded from coming here if they hear that now again is this is way to say that this is our policy but that's another reason they're doing it yeah speaking of that the house plans to vote on immigration bills this week tell us about it well one of them even on life support it's it's going right straight to the graveyard that's the conservative version that one's done the second one is a compromise the president likes it and right now most people on the democratic side don't like it and and really conservative do not like it so i think that one's on life support i can't imagine we're anything's going to come out of there and of course this is.

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"mexican american community" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mexican american community" Discussed on Latino USA

"Basketball and this resonated with many mexican american leaders in the nineteen thirties they felt like if we can do well in their game then undoubtedly that dissipates part of that idea that we're foreigners that was this notion that sports can make us good americans but linear still needed to find the perfect coach someone who checked off multiple boxes athlete teacher mexicanamerican but more importantly someone who understood how tenuous the line was that he would need to walk every day someone like william harare or as most people called him nima nima was born in one thousand nine hundred to a mexican american mother and a mexican father in brownsville texas a city in the rio grande valley just north of mexico his family moved north to san antonio shortly after he was born and he went to breckenridge high school he was the first mexican american student to play sports at breckenridge and he was actually the first ever to graduate and he saw up close what could happen if he didn't fit in by the time he's in his twenties part of operation repatriation and other massive deportations head occurred a lot of mexican american families said look we've got to integrate we got simulate we've got to not be seen as different because tomorrow it could be us that's professor garcia again and just a note we're not going to be hearing from nemo himself in this story he passed away in nineteen eightyfour so nemo bought into what linear and to be fair what much of the mexican american community at the time was preaching full.

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