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"Sisters present six where the kitchen sisters. Dave Nelson N. Nikki Silva welcome to the keepers new special from the kitchen sisters and PR X. Stories of activists arcus rogue librarians curator's collectors and historians. I have a duty as an artifice to preserve this history guardians of history large and small. It's just natural for me to protect the archive protectors of the free flow of information and ideas eccentrics born with the collector. Jean who take it upon themselves to preserve some little known aspect of the culture people afflicted with a bad case of archive fever the keepers our one archiving the underground striking and surprising stories of preservation and civic light. The kitchen sisters have always relied on the kindness archivists and librarians in November. Two Thousand Sixteen. We decided to turn our attention to these unsung heroines and heroes who have inspired and assisted us in our work since day. One today on the kitchen sisters present a collection of these stories with special thanks to our host Francis mcdormand.
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"nikki silva" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
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"nikki silva" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"Welcome to the kitchen sisters present. We're the kitchen sisters, Dave Nelson and Nikki Silva. Let's be clear. The papers don't belong to Brad Kavanagh, George Bush, or Donald Trump. They belong to the American people. That's why we have a national archives. It's a foundation of our democracy, having records of what transpired in the great history of this nation informs us, and it's like a dictatorship to say those records should not be available or only the pieces that we want should be available. That's not the free and open debate. That's not the democracy treasure here in America. At Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, you might remember the controversy surrounding the nomination of judge. Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme court in July two thousand eighteen.
"nikki silva" Discussed on X96
"The story number one in marriage back. Hottest story. I'm sorry. The Schuyler is couldn't be here. So I'll do the news. According to people magazine. Of the one hundred and fourteen parrot heads who checked into the hotel Rigopiano. Macau. Forty seven of them. Experienced diarrhea vomiting, dizziness, and headaches. Yes, they were at a hotel in the Dominican Republic. Oh, okay. Dana flowers, a member of the central oklaho- homeland Oklahoma Perritt head association. You know, the COPA told people magazine that everyone who became sick either swam in one specific pool or drank at the swim up bar when they sought medical treatment the resorts onsite doctor prescribed a medicine for parasites. They didn't do any testing but they automatically gave the medicine for parasites. They said upon returning home from the trip to other members tested, positive for salmonella flowers. Herself claims to have lost fourteen pounds due to the illness. She says many fellow parrot heads still aren't feeling normal months after the trip. Oh, maybe I need to go to the Dominican Republic, the fourteen pounds. Good. I. Yeah. Well, it'd be a great great thing to do. And I'm only going to read this story because I like one sentence in it Olivia Wilde squeezed in some playtime during a work trip to Hawaii over the weekend. The book smart star while she's ereck brighter and direct. The book smart star was spotted enjoying a beach day in Maui with her children, Otis Alexander and daisy, Josephine. Here's what I like she looked effortlessly shake in a checkered one piece, twin suit by Leslie Ayman of lack of color, straw, hat and black sunglasses as she carried her daughter on one arm. What was Jason today? Kiss wearing have you ever have you ever looked effortlessly? Never now seen my life. Effortlessly chic eight accusers of come forward against the screenwriter of bright. That is this is backs land. This is John Landis is kid. Yes. When RL excuse me. On E Baker decided to post her max land warning on social media last week. It was with one word in mind. Protect. She had been extremely upset to learn that Landis the screenwriter behind chronicle and bright still had videos of her posted in the highlight section of his Instagram. Despite the fact, she had broken up with a months ago and demanded no contact Baker figured that now vulnerable women just entering Landis is life would quickly find her. If you found my page via max Landis. Hi, I'm going to give you some direct info. I wish I had gotten because the experience aftermath of this person is really destructive, and it will be riddled with pain and emotional work that you don't need to spend your precious energy on. And she's, she's just one of a bunch of women that have eight or eight women have come forward to accuse max Landis, not of just inappropriate behavior. Pretty close to I would say criminal behaviour with them. And four women are suing the Indiana. Attorney general Curtis hill for sexual harassment. They all rampant everywhere. They all accuse him of groping them at a party last year. They filed a federal lawsuit against him on Tuesday, alleging sexual harassment retaliation, gender discrimination, and defamation among other claims the four plaintiffs wall worked for the state of Indiana, I went public with their allegations last summer state, Representative Mara Candelaria, Mark handle area, Reardon and state house employees Gabrielle macklemore. Samantha Lozano, and Nikki Silva, said that hill touched their backs or buttocks inappropriately, and it was all at the same gathering. He was busy, an annual gathering last March marking the end of the legislative session. Lozano said witness said, she witnessed hill approach miserable and put his hand on her back and slide his hand down, toward miseries buttocks and grab misery and underneath her dress. Now, the Silva said hill, touched her lower back and robotics, and Lozano Moore said his hand down toward miseries buttocks and grabbed misery rd and underneath her dress. Now, the Silva said hill, touched her lower back and robotics, and Lozano in Michelmore, said the attorney general inappropriately touched their backs they have filed lawsuits. They said that they were discriminated against they were often ridiculed by their colleagues when they came forward with the allegations. The inspector general in Indiana. Laurie Torres said that well, Mr. hills behavior was creepy and inappropriate. He had not violated state ethics rules. How is that possible? Sounds like you need to revisit your state ethics while I'm guessing that the ethics rules in Indiana or a little lax and here in Utah. A south Salt Lake City. Councilwoman said she's being stalked and harassed for the second time in a year, Corey, Thomas says she's scared for her safety, especially now that the man responsible got fired from his position at the south Salt Lake chamber of commerce. The harassment, Thomas said started June seventh in two thousand nineteen when the man started posting hostile comments about her online. I'm going, wow. I can't believe what this guy is saying, he Kathy chance, Amorn said chance, Mon saw the posts on community Facebook pages and alerted councilwoman Thomas who had blocked the man online, some of the discussion. Can I feel is clearly inappropriate that? I and many residents felt might put me at risk as such I filed a police report, MS Thomas wrote in a statement to FOX thirteen news. It doesn't say if they had some kind of relationship before he just is stalking her and say unify, unify unified police confirmed that they are conducting an investigation. I can tell that she has some anxiety over she's clearly worried about her if he's going to do something said, Shan, Simone. Investigators told MS Thomas, the man was dangerous and had access to a weapon. So investigators said that the most troubling comment. Witnesses said was when he wrote he wanted to blow her up. Well. Yeah. Maybe the, the man worked in the same building as councilman Thomas for Salt Lake's chamber of south Salt, Lake's chamber of commerce. He was accused of using a business Facebook page as another avenue to harass her. South Salt Lake chamber of commerce law. John hurdle said, we chose to terminate employees. They're not naming him because he hasn't been charged with a crime and MS Thomas apparently faced another stalker about a year ago, and some guy got a suspended sentence for stop our or lady him Donald Trump Lasserre, by the way. Do I want to do that one? Then let's do a happier story. 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"nikki silva" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And I think it's a it's an exciting agenda that we've had as the and I'm very pleased about it. That was back in may. When the attorney general Curtis hill joined us, so rob. I'm going to read off some of the folks that are involved in this lawsuit here. It's not a surprise. These are the names that came forward earlier to tell me if you notice anything in common here. Okay. State Representative Candelaria, Reardon a democrat from Munster Gabrielle macklemore communications director for Indiana Senate Democrats. Samantha was on oh legislation. Assistant for Indiana. House Democrats Nikki Silva, legislative assistant for Indiana Senate Republicans. So there is a Republican in there. But three Democrats any chance at all. This is political, or is this just the fact of the matter of these ladies saying, hey, this guy's creep? But we got to do something about it. Of course, it's political because the establishment wing of the Republican party hates. Hates Curtis hill as well. I will say what do you say that? What do you mean by that because he's been thorn in their side? He's he sparred with Holcomb. And there's a lot of things courtesy. Oh, I'm not a huge politic- political Curtis hill fan. I don't agree with courtesy on a lot of things, but I do think a guy deserves Justice, I think courtesy has been through the wringer. I think he's beat every every step, I think he's been found through the criminal prosecution for through the ethics probe of no wrongdoing. How many times do you have to go through this before it becomes obvious that it is political and the thing about this, the governor of the state comes out and condemns the guy who appoints, the person goes the ethics pro and still they found that he didn't commit any ethics violations. Now, this is anecdote eleven insz. But when I spoke at the tippecanoe county, a Republican Lincoln day dinner, the guy who got the biggest for yourself. round of applause, you know, they name This the elected message officials is brought to you stands by up AARP by and the far Ad Council. was Curtis hill, really by far With except the Capital, for me, of One course, saver of card..
"nikki silva" Discussed on KCRW
"And she got to keep that crown. Congratulations Josephine, we pledge fealty. You're listening to weekend edition from NPR news. Pioneering filmmaker Agnes Varda part of the French new wave of the nineteen sixties died this week at age ninety Varda broke ground in features documentaries, photography and art installations, her work, often focused on feminist issues and social commentary with a distinctive experimental style. One of her most recent films faces places a collaboration with the activists. French photographer JR was recently nominated for the kademi award for best documentary Agnes yourself received an honorary Oscar for her. Life's work in two thousand seventeen our friends the kitchen sisters Davey, Nelson, and Nikki Silva interviewed Agnes for their latest NPR series. The keepers stories of activists archivists and rogue librarians. Here are a few moments from their conversation with her in her home in Paris. My name is Agnes Valda and French film director and artist I am doing a series of stories for NPR called the keepers keepers. This is about keeping I keep nothing. I'm not piss for you. Goes I lose it lot..
"nikki silva" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Brothers pizza. Radio eight forty WHAT ass. Welcome back to Rupp arena in downtown Lexington. The cats down to our left the South Carolina Gamecocks down to our right? Getting set to go here tonight at referenda. And before we go any further. Let's check in a game of the UK coach at Tom Leitch Cal South Carolina's been playing really well since league play started. What do they do? Well, when they're playing their best very disruptive defensively great rebounding team, they're playing offense ably way faster. They still have good post place to get easy baskets around the goal. And they just fight like crazy. I mean, if I told these guys if you don't grab rebounds with two hands in this game, you're not bringing it in because they're going after the ball. If you think you're going to tip it, you're tipping it from us. Got to grab balls two hands in their rebounding. Back at the box score from last year. That was a big deal in the walls down there last year. Right. Yeah. Yeah. But you know, and again, we had fifteen sixteen point lead. And then we made too lazy place across court pass a pass to the guard the guard pass and they got to breakouts. And all of a sudden, they make it three. And all of a sudden it gets close. And then we missed if you remember a dunk, a breakaway wait a breakway just stepped in a hole, and we missed a Dunkin and we missed two free throws. And all of a sudden, oh my gosh. We're gonna lose his skin. And then the young team kind of kind of falter. But you know, I'll tell you who played well in the game is Nick. Nikki Silva had a big game for them last year. And he's playing awfully well right now, what's the key to defending the biggest thing too is he's making those fifteen footers. So if you think well, I'm not going to guard. You gotta make them put it on the floor and make basketball place because he can make that shot, but he's also playing aggressive. He's playing confident. He's a good player. It's going to be a tough match up. They're going to be a physical game fight. This'll be rebounding. Physical getting open be physical plane through thick and rolls will be physical. They set springs though, Bill mail yet, and and they're running up and down the court finish up Cowley come right back to the UK. Sportscenter. Hello. I'm Melissa our net a single woman and a successful business person. Buying my first home with a little daunting and confusing, but John Woody at Paul Kerr mortgage walked me through the entire process.
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"nikki silva" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The metoo movement feels like it's just getting started. How should we treat the men whose careers are finished some of those who have abused and bullied others have started what you might call a comeback to win should be an exile. If ever next time on one. If you stick around you'll bump into one eight comes up tonight at eleven it'll be sunny tomorrow and warmer at temperatures ranging from the mid sixty s at the ocean to the mid nineties inland. Livermore should get up to ninety four sixty eight the expected high here in San Francisco, it's ten thirty one. This is forum. I'm Michael Krasny. David Nelson and Nikki Silva, otherwise known as the kitchen sisters were long doing long form radio audio storytellers well before podcasts even existed in their joining us in studio now to talk about their new NPR series, the keepers which explores the lives of rogue arc of archivists and activists librarians and devoted collectors are really gets at the heart of what an archive means. And what it means to persevere or preserve something for the sake of history. Welcome to both of you. Good to have you. Good to be here. Michael have you both last year? And we want to hear from you. Our listeners actually can help the kitchen sisters who is preserving the cultural objects of your world, which archives are collections have you learned from or been moved by. And maybe you have one that you want to let them know about what started this project who wants thought about the Genesis of how started this is David. Hi, we did a project years ago called lost and found sound it was at the. Lina millennium. And it was looking at how sound shaped history and history was shaped by sound, and we just dug into libraries and archives and sound collections from across the country and had so much help from these amazing this these rogue librarians, and we thought let's do this series called. We've always relied on the kindness of Arcus because they were sort of the nation's unsung heroes from our perspective. Cut to Trump was elected. And all ready within days of the election information on climate science was disappearing from government websites. All manner of history was starting to be raced on the government sites. As well. We have been seeing during the Syrian civil war how their cultural documents were being preserved by the Finnish ministry of culture, endangered documents endangered cultures and starting to look at the role of librarians and archivists who were some of the first people responding to Trump's efforts to disappear certain pieces of information in history. And we went remember that archive project always meant to do. Let's delve into the world of these people. They're on the frontlines right now. And we call the project the Capers, and that's your keeping our history, which we need to cherish and find out more of others photos in this graphics or short, videos recordings quotes, vignettes just a whole range of those things in a daily feature keeper the day Nike. We had this idea that in addition to the podcast and the NPR series in the podcast will be going on throughout the year at the kitchen sisters present and the stories on NPR. Morning edition that we would do this kind of. Oh my gosh. Too. Many different keepers and keepers of all kinds. And we we've put out this plea, and we've been to the archivists conferences and conventions all over, and I'll tell you these librarians and archivists our great communicators, and it's just gone like wildfire with people nominating that organizations and the archives and our archivist that they feel have to be in this project. So almost like baseball cards were featuring keeper of the day from all over the world from all across time. If I had only kept my baseball cards. My mother had thrown them out really is the truth. Somebody guys and women collectors who feel that way about all kinds of things, but we want to hear from our listeners on this. But before we do want to talk to you more about where this has led you because his lead us, some pretty fascinating places. The first episode in fact, explorers Harvard's hip hop archive. And I was really struck by what Robert rush and internet. The archive says about the music itself. Hip hop music is a form of keeping records in a form of archiving coaching. We do. Can you say a little bit more about what you found that the main house music and hip itself an archive. Well, it's so interesting one of the things the hip hop archive at Harvard has done is create a classic crates project. So they're inducting the two hundred most important hip hop albums into the low p- music library that has Mozart's music and Piaf's music and Bertolt Brecht's music and they've begun this induction of hip hop records. And when you go in you see they have the album itself. But hip hop is made of so many samples of so many other records severe in the archive might be one record ill Matic by Naza or the miseducation of Lauryn Hill. And they'll be the twenty other records that were part of making the sound of that music. Whether it's the beats whether it's a leering it is looking at what the culture is creating hip hop is about it's almost the anthropology of it through sound fascinating. I'll tell you what else is fast. Thing is the second episode of yours, and I wanna talk about that where you had these kind of circuit riders these women in Kentucky right after the depression going and taking books to people not only taking books people. But in many cases, taking books that they read alliterate people or just we're talking about over a million books in the kind of the course of time. This is such an inspired WPA project. I'll tell you I think it really captured the imagination of the country too because when the other states and communities heard about this project where these women were going up into the Appalachians on horse and mule back in foul, weather, up creek beds and treacherous terrain. They began sending books and magazines because they're the only thing that the federal government paid for the cost of the librarian that was going to go up on these horses, but no books or materials, so they really donations poured in and it was just a fabulous story. And we. Actually tracked down. I think probably the last remaining. Packers librarian? And this is the second episode. They made the grand total of about twenty eight dollars a day for this job too. But these are the Packers librarians of eastern Kentucky, and they just may grill Marcus's real life rock top ten list Rolling Stone. Only real Marcus could put any wine house. Lana. Del Rey, and the pack horse librarians together in the same top ten listening. Give it up for real, Marcus. Let's do also we're giving it on for girl markets here. One of the episodes stars. My name is Mary Ruth shooter Deiter. Ninety seven years old later forever. The horses. Writing that in the mountains of Kentucky. Country. Delivered books to children. Pack horse librarian women had to supply their own horse their or their own meal, and either saddlebags are pillowcases, and they would follow creek beds and trails up into these really remote cabins where people were suspicious of strangers where a lot of people didn't read but out of that came this epic reading program is Nike says starts with about seven thousand books in the whole state and ended with about a million when we entered World War Two and the WPA project was cancelled. You served about a million and a half people over the course of time. It was mostly like nineteen thirty six in that period until we entered the woman, we got the most amazing note after that story, aired every time one of the keepers airs on morning edition, all kinds of people right in with other keepers and because the Packers librarians were sort of pre bookmobile librarians. We got this great message from a woman telling us about the free black women's library, which is a mobile trading library and interactive. Abo installation that goes to Detroit and Brooklyn and parts of New York in Washington, and it has a collection of a thousand books written by black women. So I like this sort of line of history from the pack horses to this book mobile bringing a thousand women's writings into the neighborhood. I can see a lot of these projects leading other projects and tailing in many ways and everything. In fact, let's talk about the third episode called the savior of film archive fever on on were in the cinematheque Francaise archivist in France in the thirties who started a cinematheque just when silent movies were disappearing Takis coming in all the silent movies being tossed, and he was young man. And he couldn't bear it. And he just started saving, you saved everything. Really didn't he everything and we're talking for film buffs and David has a whole history. She's a casting director at one time for Francis, Ford Coppola, and others inspired. This dispel project inspired Truffaut from what I was reading Bertolucci. Dr remains French new wave has after the war his little theatre, his cinematheque Francaise was opened and all of these young filmmakers and film lovers came. I mean film had been the Nazis had pretty much put the lid on films during the war. And so nothing had been shown. And so there was this pig interest. And Lucia Linda work Miller. Have of course. Yeah. Lingua went around and save these films, hid them exchanged them in different tins with different titles. So they wouldn't be taken away and his cinematheque show, these young filmmakers these films, and he was a real programmer, he would put he would juxtapose films from many different countries. He has something with finished sip. Subtitles on Japanese film. He just felt it was important to be establishing this language of film. This international language of film. And it really inspired these, dedication and passionate these people. I mean is really remarkable when you come right down to it. And he had archive fever, which I it's not in American manual is her say five the time we're done with the series. It will be. Everyone who's got a bad case archive fever seems to be finding us. And if you're listening a lot of people out there who have the impulse to just collect things. And you know, I mean, they used to call them pack rats, the read recent Jill Lepore, who actually gets into the etymology of pack rat. But I wanted to hear something from this third episode. And let's have a listen. Diffuser growers to save everything. The masterpiece unknown films vendor fascist films. That's the voice himself. I mean, no who is that. Then shock Rishard who as a teenager went and worked with lamb wa was his assistant. There's a little I don't know if we have time for that. There's a little section of wa in there, and he talks about how he didn't. He wasn't the one that made Truffaut. Do anything even though all the new wave gives their Amish to him as what shape them, but he said, I have only presented food on the table. And they eat food food food film film film. I feed them food. I feed them film that is my job to show film. He just wanted. He would say I'm going to now show the best one hundred films the next year. We will see the best and people come in. They'd stay for four and five and six screenings day. There was the fever in the room. This Gallic nurturing. I mean, Jack Papa used to say the same types of things for food. I put it on the table and eight we're going to put something else on the table here because we do want to hear from you on this. Are you a collector? Are you an archive is are you maybe an amateur who has been hoarding things away and feeling that it is important for the sake of history too. Keep these kinds of things, and maybe we can discover some at this point discovered. Treasures here. But also, we want to hear your ideas about preserving cultural objects of your world, whatever that world may be which archives are collections have you. In fact, learn from or been moved by you can join us right now at our toll free number. It's eight six six seven three three six seven eight six. Welcome your involvement. So please feel free to join us..
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"Well, our fall fund raiser is scheduled to conclude at seven o'clock tomorrow evening, whether that happens or not is is really up to our listeners. We still have a ways to go before we've come to the successful conclusion to this drive, and we're asking those of you who been putting off making a financial contribution to do. So now before we get to the very last moment of the drive. You can call it into one eight hundred nine three seven eight eight fifty and we thank you for your support and your help. This is forum. I'm Michael Krasny. David Nelson, the Nikki Silva, otherwise known as the kitchen sisters were long doing long form radio audio storytellers well before podcasts even existed, and they're joining us in studio now to talk about their new NPR series, the keepers which explores the lives of rogue arc of archivists and activists librarians and devoted collectors and really gets at the heart of what an archive means. And what it means to persevere or preserve something for the sake of history. Welcome to both of you. Good to have you. Good to be here. Michael have you both? And we want to hear from you. Our listeners actually can help the kitchen sisters who is preserving the cultural objects of your world, which archives are collections have you learned from or been moved by. And maybe you have one that you want to let them know about what started this project who wants to talk about the Genesis of hot start. This is Dave. Hi, we did a project years ago called lost and found sound it was at the millennium millennium. And it was looking. How sound shaped history and history was shaped by sound and we just dug into libraries and archives and sound collections from across the country and had so much help from these amazing archivist these rogue librarians, and we thought let's do this series called we've always relied on the kindness of Arca this because they were sort of the nation's unsung heroes from our perspective. Cut to Trump was elected. And all ready, you know, within days of the election information on climate science was disappearing from government websites. All manner of history was starting to be a raced on the government sites. As well. We had been seeing during the Syrian civil war how their cultural documents were being preserved by the Finnish ministry of culture, endangered documents endangered cultures and starting to look at the role of librarians and archivists who were some of the first people responding to Trump's efforts to disappear certain pieces of information in history. We went remember that archive project. We always meant to do. Let's delve into the world of these people. They are on the frontlines right now. And we called the project the Capers, and that's your keeping our history we need to cherish and find out more of others photos in this. There's graphics or short videos recordings quotes, vignettes just a whole range of those things in a daily feature keeper the day naked. We had this idea that in addition to the podcast and the NPR series and the podcast will be going on throughout the year at the kitchen sisters present and the stories on. NPR's morning edition that we would do this kind of too many, different keepers and keepers of all kinds. And we we've put out this plea, and we've been to the ark of conferences and conventions all over, and and I'll tell you these librarians and archivists our great communicators, and it's just come like wildfire with people nominating that organizations and the archives, and our Arca this that they feel have to be in this project. So almost like baseball cards where featuring keeper of the day from all over the world from all across time. If I had only kept my baseball. My mother had thrown them out. Really is the truth. Somebody guys and women collectors who feel that way about all kinds of things, but we want to hear from our listeners on this. But before we do want to talk to you more about where this lead you because his lead, you some pretty fascinating places. The first episode. In fact, explores Harvard's hip hop archive, and I was really struck by what Robert Russian internet. The archive says about the music itself. Hip hop music is a form of keeping records in a form of archiving. Kosher. We do. Can you say a little bit more about what you found that to mean? House music and hip up itself an archive. Well, it's so interesting one of the things the hip hop archive at Harvard has done is create a classic crates project. So they're inducting the two hundred most important hip hop albums into the low music library that has Mozart's music and Piaf's music and Bertolt Brecht's music. And they've begun this induction of hip hop records. And when you go in you, see they have the album itself, but hip up his made of so many samples of so many other records. So they're in the archive might be one record ill Matic by nozzle or the miseducation of Lauryn Hill. And they'll be the twenty other records that were part of making the sound of that music. Whether it's the beats whether it's a lyric. It is looking at what the culture that is creating hip hop is about it's almost the anthropology of it through sound fascinating. I'll tell you what else is fast. Getting is the second episode of yours. I wanna talk about that where you had these kind of circuit riders is women in Kentucky right after the depression going and taking books to people not only taking votes people. But in many cases, taking books that they read to illiterate people or just we're talking about over a million books in the kind of the course of time. This is such an inspired WPA project. I'll tell you I think it really captured the imagination of the country too because when the other states and communities heard about this project where these women were going up into the Appalachians on horse and mule back in foul, weather, up creek beds and treacherous terrain. They began sending books and magazines because they're the only thing that the federal government paid for the the cost of the librarian that was going to go up on these sources, but no books or materials, so they really donations poured in and it's just a fabulous story. And we. Actually tracked down. I think probably the last remaining. Packers librarian? This is the second episode. They made the grand total of about twenty eight dollars a day for this job too. But these are the Packers librarians of eastern Kentucky, and they just made grill Marcus's real life rock top ten Rolling Stone. Only real Marcus could put any wine house. Lana. Del Rey and the Packers librarians together in the same top ten listening. Give it up for sale, Marcus. Let's do also we're giving them for girl markets here. One of the episodes stars. My name is Mary Ruth shooter eater. Only seven years old way traveled horses riding amount of Kentucky. Poor country. Delivered books. Packhorses librarian women had to supply their own horse or their own meal, and either saddlebags are pillowcases, and they would follow creek beds and trails up into these really remote cabins where people were suspicious of strangers where a lot of people didn't read but out of that came this epic reading program is Nike says starts with about seven thousand books in the whole state and ended with about a million when we entered World War Two and the WPA project was cancelled you served about a million and a half people over the course of time. This is mostly like nineteen thirty six in that period until we entered the woman, we got the most amazing note after that story, aired every time one of the keepers airs on morning edition, all kinds of people right in with other keepers, and because the pack horse librarians were sort of pre bookmobile librarians. We got. This great message from a woman telling us about the free black women's library, which is a mobile trading library interactive. Installation that goes to Detroit and Brooklyn parts of New York in Washington, and it has a collection of a thousand books written by black women. So I like the sort of line of history from the pack horses to this book mobile bringing a thousand women's writings into the neighborhood. I can see a lot of these projects leading other projects tailing in many ways of everything. In fact, let's talk about the third episode called the savior of film archive fever on rely on were in the cinematheque Francaise of archivist in France in the thirties who started a cinematheque just when silent movies were disappearing talkies coming in all the silent movies were being tossed, and he was young man. And he couldn't bear it. And he just started saving, you saved everything. Really didn't he everything and we're talking to me for film buffs and David has a whole history. I mean, she's a casting director at one time for Francis Ford, Coppola and others. Inspired this dispel project could inspire Truffaut from what I was reading Bertolucci. Dr remains French new wave has after the war his little theatre, his cinematheque Francaise was opened and all of these young filmmakers and film lovers came. Film had been the Nazis had pretty much put the lid on films during the war. And so nothing had been shown. And so there was this pig interest and low shortly to work Miller. Of course. Yeah. Lingua went around and save these films, hid them exchanged them in different tins with different titles. So they wouldn't be taken away and his cinematheque show, these young filmmakers these films, and he was real programmer, he would put he would juxtapose films from many different countries. He has something with Finnish subtitles on Japanese film. He just felt it was important to be establishing this language of film. This international language of film, and it really inspired these dedication and passionately these people. I mean is really remarkable when you come right down to it. He had archive fever, which I it's not in American manual is a fever. By the time. We're done with the series. It will be. Everyone who's got a bad case archive fever seems to be finding us. And if you're listening a lot of people out there who have the impulse to just collect things, and you know, I mean, they used to call them pack rats, the read recent Jill Lepore, who actually gets into the etymology of pack rat. But I wanted to hear something from this third episode, and let's have a listen to save everything the masterpiece unknown.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly US supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is denying allegations of sexual misconduct. Be made by a second woman. Bent, Berkeley with Colorado public radio says the accuser lives in boulder and attended Yale University with cavenaugh in the nineteen eighty s Deborah Ramirez told the New Yorker that she attended a dormitory party in the early nineteen eighties with Kevin ah when they were freshman she alleges that he exposed himself to her without her consent. Cavanaugh denies the allegation and the White House said it's a coordinated smear campaign by Democrats to take down a good, man. Senator Dianne Feinstein, the ranking democratic member on the judiciary committee requested to immediately postpone any further proceedings related to Kavanagh's nomination. And as for the latest allegation to be referred to the FBI for NPR news. News and bento Brooklyn in Colorado on Thursday, cavenaugh and Christine Blasi Ford are to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee. Cavenaugh denies Ford's allegation that he sexually assaulted her at a party during their high school years later today. Bill Cosby's today's sentencing hearing begins in Pennsylvania in April. The eighty one year old comedian was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in two thousand four at his home in suburban Philadelphia. This is NPR news from Washington. Thousands of people in South Carolina are being told they may need to evacuate because of flooding along the PD and walk them all rivers up to eight thousand people living near the coast in Georgetown county for being put on alert ten days after hurricane. Florence came ashore Neil near Wilmington, North Carolina. The future of two nuclear reactors being built in Georgia should become clearer today. Molly Samuel with member station. W A B reports from Atlanta the two nuclear reactors at plant Vogel near Augusta Georgia we're supposed to be up and running by now, but they're years behind schedule and over budget, two of the four energy companies that are involved in the project will vote on whether or not to stick it out. That's after Georgia Power, which has the largest share in the project and overseas construction announced another cost increase bringing the total to more than twenty five billion dollars. If any of the companies backs out that could mean the end of the project plant Vogel had been touted as part of the star. Of a nuclear renaissance in the US. But after a similar expansion was cancelled in South Carolina last year. It's now the only new project left for NPR news. I'm Molly Samuel in Atlanta plans by the Trump administration to rollback fuel efficiency standards will be the subject of a hearing today in California, environmental groups, and physicians are among those expected to argue against weakening, the Obama era restrictions. There are set to take affect in twenty twenty. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington coming up this morning on equity science. There's a new dam in the south bay that could save lives fifteen years ago engineers realized that a major earthquake could cause a century old dam at calaveras reservoir to fail and send a wall of water to the residents of Fremont. Kick, you ity science brings you the story behind the new dam, and what it means for the region's water security that comes up this morning at six twenty two and eight twenty two here on cake, you we public radio and this morning on forum at nine. Nine former reviews, analyzes and answers, your questions about the latest news from Washington at ten forum talks with Greg Tomlin who's running for state, California treasurer and at ten thirty. You can hear Dave Nelson N Nikki Silva, otherwise known as the kitchen sisters. They join for him to talk about their new NPR series. The keepers which explores the lives a rogue archivists activists librarians and devoted collectors that's unfolding here. Can we d- support for NPR comes from this station? And from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where employers can post jobs.
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"The time right now seven fifty one. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. Today, we begin a new series with our friends, the kitchen sisters producers, Nikki Silva, and w Nelson stories of activists archivists rogue, librarians curator's collectors and historians keepers of the culture. The first one is called archiving the underground. And it takes us to the hip hop archive and research center at Harvard every art form as their standards that they've placed in the canon mathematics science. Everybody has their great and somebody placed people in visual art world say, hey, this is what's going in the move. This is it. And I think hip, hop knees. The same thing this is the archive. Archiving? The underground is what they hip hop archive began at UCLA late nineties, I taught urban speech communities. Their students said we want to do work on hip hop. I said best performance, but it's not a speech community. They said we'll be back. They came back with the most amazing pojects. They showed the elements of him rapping and singing poetry, your rhyming, girl, dance and graffiti, and what it meant to live on Barcelona Morgan founding director of the hip hop archive, professor of African and African American studies at Harvard University my students when they were graduating with say, I collected this. This is from hip hop. You have to keep a linguistic anthropologist at apologize. Love. Material culture would be could throw it away. Defeats. I started having all this stuff. Then all these students were like, well, I think it should be called an archive because an archives important pieces of hip hop history. I remember when my seat shared her idea was be and I thought oh my God. I'm no fan of hip hop. But you didn't have to be Albert Einstein to realize that. This was a brilliant idea. The world's first archive of the hip hop and rap move. I thought of this. When jazz was at Zemun, why don't we have the jazz archive at heart? Course it would win turn down. But in retrospect, they would have been jeans. I'm Henry those gates junior. Professor at Harvard, director of the Hutchins center for African and African American research. Why hip hop at.
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"To you by the state of Indiana, civil rights commission when I started ivytech I lacked the confidence to do what. I do now they gave me confidence and they helped me know that I couldn't? Do anything it actually puts you out there with the people that you're going to be working for when we hire a graduate from. Ivytech we know that that, individuals going to come to us very knowledgeable students Two year degree it's a partnership and that's been great for, us into great for them doing thanks now never be doing years ago Welcome back, to Indiana issues I'm Abdul Hakim. Shabazi editor and publisher of into politics or well in a one on one interview, with Indiana issues a lawyer for Indiana attorney. General Curtis hill says the allegations of sexual misconduct against his client are false and, malicious and they're preparing to file a defamation suit we spoke this week with Kevin Betts, of law firm bets and Blevins. Who says statements attributed to of, the. Women who made allegations against Helena legislative report. Or not truthful and, the. Concert grounds for. Defamation here's our conversation with Mr. bets Kevin thank you very much for being. With us we do appreciate it sir Help us out here. If you could spell out the, fundamentals. Of the argument that you and your partner. Sandra Blevins made this, week Well first of all we made the point that the memo created by the law firm Had many extreme irregularities about it The most fundamental one was that the women who can afford and we respect their right to come forward, or not interviewed by an attorney Or a party separated from the workplace at legislature but the interviews were all conducted by legislator Legislative leaders and other individuals at the legislature that. Is highly irregular and on top of that Information in that memo on woods the governor called for the resignation of attorney general hill we now. Know materially false and malicious Because of the statements that have. Come out, by the women said the original memo Second point we made that information that is now known to be false and militias, in that memo By the verification of the women who made the accusation themselves Defamatory of attorney general hill so we politely and professionally requested Of our colleagues to tap law firm. To provide the information to us Included that false information and who released that information without authority to do so Media And we believe that will go a long way toward clarifying the. Situation and in the, meantime we believe to governor And the Indiana Should take by council who in that very pay memo Said attorney general hill is still honest trustworthy. And worthy of performing all the duties of an attorney and so we agree with that and believe that the Indiana house in the Senate and leaders of our state should take the advice of their attorney who the tax payers paid for that advice Kevin help artists out. Here because obviously you, spell out no two crucial elements in any defamation case the statements must be false and also that sort, of malicious, intent help our audience out if you could which what what particularly was sent by home that was not true Well Representative Reardon published, a statement, in Indianapolis star that confirmed the information in the memo Was false and that false information was that never alleged and does, not believe nor does she. Accused attorney general hill of onto. Occasion, reaching underneath her clothing her underwear and grabbing her but she said that is false And that is false information and, this was confirmed by represented Reardon inner published statement star but that information was, made as an accusation in. The memo and that is false The other false information that was militias against attorney general hill Bye Legislative staffer Nikki to silver who in the. Memo it, says attorney general hill groped. Her Doc but again in, Nikki Silva, statement in the Napa star Not concerned and if anything, it's denied. Because she, never says attorney Theriault even touched her but So that is the and militia militias information in the memo and, which we call, on the authors and clients of, that limo to correct the. Memo Obviously. Kevin and we're talking to Kevin Betts Kevin vets an attorney here in Annapolis civil rights employment along with his partner Sandra Blevins representing Indiana attorney general Curtis l. then this current controversy attorney attorney-general's and Kevin on the one hand you Clear argument, that these statements were at, the very least inconsistent where does. The militias part command how do you get to that part of that defamation, equation Information.
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"Let's you start thinking about reverse in america you touch the life of this place in a way that's been buried in still there it's not by accident that the heart of disneyland is mark twain's mississippi recreated in florida and in california welcome to fugitive waves lost recordings charts of sound tales of remarkable people from around the world we're the kitchen sisters nikki silva and david nelson robert hess i'm a poet and writer served as lord of the united states and i'm one of the founders of the river words environmental education in arts project reverse art the environmental unconscious surpressed knowledge of the land and our relation to it today on fugitive waves crimea river a tale of three pioneering river activists ken slight katie lea and marc dubois and the damming of wild rivers in the west you know how some images haunt you you just can't shake them it was may twenty fifth nineteen seventy nine i was reading the headlines in the la times icy waters lap at feet of man chain to rock army hunts reservoir uhhuh mark dubois tall rangy thirty year old environmental activists.
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"Welcome to fugitive waves lost recordings and charts of sound along with new tales of remarkable people from around the world we're the kitchen sisters david nelson n nikki silva in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven david was in memphis working as a casting director for francis ford coppola film the rainmaker she was on the set and standing next to the sky with great hair as she describes it and they were talking about music and food and she began telling him about this new project we're working on lost and found sound for npr about how recorded sound impacted the twentieth century in about sound hounds and people who really made a difference in sound the guy just looked at her and he said well you've got meet my dad and you've gotta meet my mom his dad turned out to be sam phillips the man who first recorded elvis presley howlin wolf johnny cash and so many other grates on sun records and his mom turned out to be becky phillips of w h e r the first all girl radio station in the nation in nineteen fifty five after sam phillips sold elvis's contract he used the money to start w h e r over the years debut and i have tracked down more than twenty of the women who worked at the station during its seventeen year history we've interviewed them and spent a lot of time with them these little known pioneer women broadcasters have become our dear friends and mentors many of them have passed on since we recorded them we also found the w h e r record collection thanks to becky phillips the music throughout the story comes from that collection a collection she preserved for years and years now in honor of the sixtieth anniversary of the stations first broadcast we bring you part one of w h e r one thousand beautiful watts good morning this is w h e r radio america's first all girl radio station memphis tennessee w h e r fourteen thirty kilocycles with full power of a thousand watts as authorized by the.
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"Waves edison may have invented the talking machine but in order to hear the music coming out of it he had to fight on the edge of his phonograph so the music would vibrate through his job on when you go to visit his house in new jersey but for the teeth marks on the edge of his piano this is admiral thurbers brand welcome to fugitive slaves hey are you aware of installation of any listening device last recordings charts of sound along with new tales of remarkable people from around the world stories from the flip side of history forty three i sure hope so i hope we're the kitchen sisters debut nelson n nikki silva today we're digging into our archive pulling up a story from our lost and found sound series stories of people possessed by sound vanishing voices and sound on the verge of extinction we call this one the rise and fall and rise and fall and rise up thomas salva edison baleen whale a deer antler turtle shell elephants hide that's pressed rabbit thoughts there's a big tortoiseshell back there in the scale there full of a woman's hair edison liked to have anything and everything on hand so that he would be able to just pull it out in sacramen use it with his incandescent lightbulb they tested thousands of different materials to find the best it was before the air of plastics so if you needed a certain thickness or hardness the best way to find it usually was from nature and jerry fabre's and the curator of sound recordings at edison national historic site in west orange new jersey thomas alva edison sports i spoke in the original cornerback speech poetry mary how rich why does everywhere very short goal invented the sonographer he wasn't looking for it he was working on a device called a repeating telegraph professor alan conan's berg author of the patent history of the.