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"patrice " Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
"Because we have to deal with compliance and because we have to keep that stuff in mind and we can't be super loosey goosey out a lot of that stuff. I absolutely understand where you're coming from in excitement. That goes along with lives. And that you know that kind of angst or pressure that you feel to perform at a different level We really do want for those of you. Who are are listening. Who have podcast and yet. That's the ultimate goal. Right is for you to have that level of polish that level of excitement because When you begin podcasting and once you get into the groove which by the way ninety eight percent of our clients get into the groove with the help of of our hosts. I want to remind everybody that you should look at when you're behind the microphone. It's game time so let's talk just a little bit about your gametime routine when you're talking you talked a little bit about at the beginning you know talk about pets or whatever. Do you have anything standard that you do with your clients to prepare them for for the ultimate and of recording. The way i try to warm them up is. I asked them to tell me about the weather. What is the weather like that way. I can check their levels their microphones. Whatever he also they get warmed up we're talking with. Everybody can talk about the weather. Come on you're never wrong. you're never right. The weather is right there. That's how we'll get going. We'll get warmed up that way and then it's will let's see. What did i learned about the last time. Let's bring that up again. I've got folders with little notes and it's it's once you get to know them. I even by the third episode. Your friends you're more than acquaintances because you have sweated this together and it's matter of it's the personal but it's also it's the technical. I'm at this end going. Holy cow is level kicked. Don't don't mess up on you're doing fine. You're doing fine keep it going. Keep it going and we're end. I'm sure it's like. Oh my god. I gotta keep it going to keep it going. Yes you're sweating it together. Man it's something various special. It is well we hear that a lot and so as we wrap up today's podcast. I'm gonna make patrice even more uncomfortable here other than some other questions because one of the things that we hear from your clients on a regular basis is the fact that they feel so comfortable with you that you're so professional and you really do make them sparkle you make them just sound amazing so i want to personally. Thank you for that enclosing. If you were to give advice like something that you learned in in your very short time on this planet that you say which everybody just knew this before they got behind the mike. What what. What would that be. There's nothing special. there's nothing hidden..
If Pelosi Says Wealthy Americans Are Immoral, What About BLM Marxist Patrisse Cullors?
"Up. Is that what drives them knots that you just give them the facts and that they can't digest them? Or what about this fact that one of their other messiahs One of their other Golden calves that they worship as they chant and around in a room every time they see her. His black life matters. Founder Patrice Cullors. It's not black Lives matter. Please stop the nonsense. Patrice Cullors cares about it. Black life hers She doesn't care about black lives she cares about her is black Life matters. Founder Patrice Cullors. You know about her? Here's the New York process, like you know about her million dollar, real estate buying binge, right? Oh, you haven't heard that. I thought she was a Marxist. Patrice Cullors. Well, Don't worry. I'll put that audio up in a minute and get you know, because I always bring receipts again. Must drive liberals mad. But, yeah, Here's the story from the New York Post April 10th of 2021 inside BLM co founder Patrice Cullors million dollar real estate buying $1 Million real estate buying binge. I thought she was a Marxist. She has a million dollar real estate portfolio. Does she know what Marxism is from each according to their abilities to each according to their needs. How able, is she? And what does she need that she has a million dollar real estate portfolio? Just the question,
A Liberal Perspective on the Hypocrisy of BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors
"This story is pretty fascinating. You have this Patrice Cullors, right? She she sat on tape is no dispute about it that she's a Marxist organizer said on a cut. We played before you know, she hasn't spoke, and it uses mouse type principles for organizing. I mean, isn't that kind of hypocritical? Then accumulating a million dollar portfolio putting a fence around your house? I mean, that seems kind of grift E, isn't it? I mean, I am. I'm not one for universe. Unilateral disarmament, You know, I mean, maybe he's a market. Who wants to wait till everybody else becomes a Marxist before she gives up all the trappings of her wealth. I don't know. Yeah, I would tell you, I people call me and Marcus. I'm much better capitalism and most Don't call me a Marxist, but I'm not Well, but isn't that kind of isn't that kind of week, though? I mean, if you like, Listen, I'm a capitalist. I believe in capitalist principles for liberals to you included I believe in school choice. I believe in economic freedom, Low taxes. I believe in health care. Freedom, Healthcare liberty. I don't care if you're a liberal progressive Democrat. Whatever you call yourself, I believe in those things for you to it seems like Patrice Cullors, who's running this group. No seems to believe that Marxism is better for everyone else. Just not for her. And when you see people like Bernie Sanders as well on his third home or whatever it is, I mean, don't you get the hypocrisy like Can you acknowledge at least Chris that we don't have that problem on the conservative side like we believe in economic freedom for you
Patrisse Cullors Sounds More Like a Capitalist Than Marxist on Marc Lamont Hill's Show
"And he says to Patrice Cullors. Hey, you know what's with the $3 Million portfolio, and I want you to stay very close attention to her answer because she gives an answer. That an ideologically aligned capitalist would give. Hey, you know, we make money and earn money so I can take care of my family. Got a sun? God, What did she say? Mother in law? Whatever. I got to take care of my okay, Great. That's a capitalist answer, not a socialist answer. You doubt me here, Check this out. So a critique, though, from the left, that would say, um, if you are a trained Marxist If we're talking about a certain kind of radical politics, that extravagant homes of any sort or multiple properties of any sort is itself contradictory to the ideology that you hold. And so it's not about having money per se, but that it's about Or about property per se, But it's about there being a potential contradiction between your express politics and your lived practice. Sure, And I think that is a critique. That is, um wanting. And I say that because, um, the the the way that I live my life is a direct support to black people, including my black family members, Uh, first and foremost and For so many black folks who are able to invest in themselves in their community. They choose to invest in their family, and that's what I've chosen to do. Um, I have a child. I have a brother that has severe mental illness that I take care of. I support my mother and I support many other family members of mine. And so I see. Um uh, my money as not my own. I see it as um, my family's money as well. That's really cute that you don't see the money you spent on yourself and your house and your family as your own. That's a cute talking point. Unfortunately, it's really dumb. Okay. Hey, what, folks Please don't do this. But if I was doing a pizza, everybody in America send me a dollar to MP $330 million every send me a buck today. You know what? Don't worry. I don't consider it my own. I'm
Self-Proclaimed Marxists, People Like BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors Are Frauds
"Are you eating anything other than donkeys? Why are you shopping at whole foods? Why do you need a Tesla? I'm sure you could get a refurbished Ford Pinto. It's got four wheels. It moves. Why are you socialists? Always the biggest frauds? Patrice Cullors, co founder of a black life matters. Hers lives in a $1.4 Million mansion with a fence and as producer Jim brought up during the break. Another good point I mentioned earlier on the podcast to the great Bye. Steak alike. Sometimes not so great minds to if fences don't work. Why did you build a $35,000 fence around Eur $1.4 Million socialist paradise? I'm not sure. And I thought you told us walls don't work in fences don't work. No, I only meant that for you idiots. Not for me. These people are frauds. If you
Socialism and Marxism Have a 100% Fail Rate
"You understand? Marxism? Do you get the whole Marxism thing? Because telling people to go out and buy a book isn't exactly Marxism is that you know, I'm missing something there. I give him all right. Give him away. His producer, Jim said. Why ask them to buy it? Because you want to make a few bucks? Okay? That's it. Okay, fine. I'm a capitalist. I agree. She doesn't she said she's a Marxist. Folks. Socialism, Marxism Communism. They are food babies from the same parent. They are. Tortured ideologies, which have led to the deaths and the accumulation of body bags for hundreds of millions of people. As I said before, it's the one thing socialism is famous for is it has a 100% success rate of failure It has never, ever worked. Why? And why do people like a black lives matter? Co founder a black life matters co founder Patrice Cullors. Not yet this and why are they indoctrinating your kids? Why don't they get it? Because they don't understand why socialism always fails.
Patrisse Cullors Claims She's a Marxist yet Has a Multi-Million Dollar Portfolio
"These people can be very persuasive and socialism has been one of the most successful ideas in human history. Successful at what successful it failing. It has a 100% success rate of failure, which remains unblemished every single time. Because of people who are very eloquent and skilled at grifting like Patrice Cullors. But again is one of the co founders of Black Life matters, hers. She proclaims. She's a Marxist Marxist organizers. Socialist, you know socialism from each according to their abilities to each according their needs were based on her multimillion dollar portfolio. She needs a lot and she must have some really spectacular abilities. Because the whole essence
Cizikas' OT Goal Lifts Islanders Past Bruins 4-3 in Game 2
"Casey Cizikas his breakaway goal at fourteen forty eight of overtime gave the islanders a four three victory over the Bruins in game two to even their second round playoff series at one game apiece since he gets picked up a loose puck that bounced off Bruins forward Charlie Coyle skate and beat goalie to Carrasco high stick side to end it you're just trying to the right things in overtime in the right spots in I was lucky enough to you know that puck the pop off into the middle there and give me an opportunity to hi to get the own Josh Bailey Kyle palmeri and John Gabriel Pageau all scored in the islanders three goal second period oil put the Bruins up one nothing after one Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand scored in the third the fourth so T. Gethin Coolbaugh Boston
Bergeron, Pastrnak and Bruins Finish off Capitals in 5 Games
"The Bruins have advanced to round two by finishing off the capitals in five games Patrice Bergeron scored twice at crucial times and David Pasternak had a highlight reel goal is Boston knocked out Washington three one bears run delivered the dagger with seven thirty five left to set up a second round showdown against either the penguins or islanders to grass made forty saves for the Bruins who won four straight after losing the opener in overtime we played a solid series I thought the game by game we kind of we got better especially early on I think we had everybody going which was huge everybody contributed the only shot that beat Rask on Sunday was Conor Sheary eleven seconds into the third period on the ferry
Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Capitals to Even Series
"Brad Marchand scored thirty nine seconds into overtime as the Bruins beat the capitals four to three to even their first round Stanley Cup playoff series at a game apiece the Bruins trailed three to two in the third one Taylor hall tied the game with two forty nine left in regulation garnet Hathaway scored two goals for Washington Jake DeBrusk and Patrice Bergeron scored goals for Boston goalie Tuukka Rask made thirty six saves for the Bruins while Craig Anderson made forty four stops for the capitals Craig heist Washington
Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games
"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry
Krejci, Bergeron, Marchand score 2 as Bruins beat Caps 6-3
"The Bruins owner four game winning streak after Brad Marchand delivered two goals and a pair of his sister to six three downing of the capital's David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron also scored twice to back to Carrasco who turned back thirty shots in his second victory since suffering an injury in February great you put the Bruins in front for three at sixteen oh two of the second period on a pass from Craig Smith less than two minutes before bergerak doubled Boston's lead T. J. Oshie had two goals and Anthony Mantha added another for the first place capitals who have dropped two of three I'm the ferry
Sean Couturier's goal gives Flyers 3-2 home win over Bruins
"Sean couturier scored the game winner in the flyers improve their playoff position by nipping the Bruins three two Kateri a tally seven minutes into the third period leaving Philadelphia four points behind Boston for the fourth and final playoff berth in the east division Travis connect me scored a first period goal and set up Shayne Gostisbehere is power play tally about six minutes later Brian Elliott stopped thirty shots to blank the Bruins following Jake DeBrusk tying goal with eight forty five left in the second Patrice Sharon also scored for the bees who won six of eight from Philly this season I'm Dave Ferrie
Marchand carries Bruins' big 2nd and past Penguins, 7-5
"Brad Brad Marchand Marchand scored scored a a hat hat trick trick and and the the Bruins Bruins erupted erupted for for five five goals goals in in the the second second period period of of a a seven seven five five down down into into the the penguins penguins Marchand Marchand had had two two goals goals and and an an assist assist during during the the second second period period outburst outburst two two days days after after coach coach Bruce Bruce Cassidy Cassidy called called out out some some of of his his top top veterans veterans David David Pasternak Pasternak scored scored twice twice for for the the Bruins Bruins who who were were just just four four four four and and one one in in their their previous previous nine nine games games Patrice Patrice Bergeron Bergeron had had an an assist assist giving giving him him eight eight hundred hundred ninety ninety nine nine career career points points to to move move past past Rick Rick Middleton Middleton for for fourth fourth on on Boston's Boston's all all time time list list I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Stories from Elmswood Farm
"Patrice newell has been a model and a news reader and a host of morning tv but after she moved to elmwood farm with her partner phillip adams the host of on abc radio patrice turned her energy and intellect to organic farming over last. Thirty years at elmwood patrice has been producing olive oil honey beef and her beloved golic growing and selling these products has at the same time being an education in learning how to take care of the land and restore to it some of the richness that olea farming practices and now karma change has stripped away betrays. His new book is who's minding the farm and in it. She describes herself as generally impatient and grumpy. So i guess that's a tentative welcome to conversations portrays on not feeling like today this year i can tell you that racial yes please. What's a typical day at elmwood at this time of year. Well i have to say the best thing about farming life is that the is no typical day. The thing that i love the most. And i think most of the people on the farm i love the most. Is that every day. Something new is thrown up so every day is unique. And that's the best thing at the moment because of the drought productions virtually stopped. So we're doing a lot of repair work. How early do you get up in the morning when you're at the farm. Well i've always been a morning persons. And i do naturally wake just before dawn. So depending window is. What's it like it at dolan perfect. It's this mission as so you meeting. The transition from not today
Bruins respond to head shot with 5-1 victory over Capitals
"The Bruins responded to another cheap shot by Tom Wilson by scoring three times in the second period of a five one win over the capital's Wilson smash Brandon Carlo's head into the glass with ninety seconds left in the first period less than a week after Wilson's questionable hit in the game against the penguins territory was one of two Bruins who went after Wilson afterward you can't have guys taken liberties with that you know our players out there I think that's you know that's the way you know I've always played its way a lot of guys on the team played you got to recognize that you know it's a little bit of a cheap shot a and R. guy goes down and and we responded in a big way after they hit Trent Frederic Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand tallied in an eight fifteen span of the middle period Marchand finished with two goals and an assist as Boston climbed within one game of the gaps and islanders for the east division lead I'm Dave very
Strome, Kreider lead Rangers to 6-2 win over Bruins
"The Bruins have followed Thursday seven two loss to the islanders by getting blasted by the Rangers six to two Ryan Strome had a goal and two assists for the Blueshirts who had fans in the stands for the first time since last March having the home crowd behind us you know it's two thousand people who ever felt like a lot more and I think we definitely feed off their energy and you know hopefully get things wrong Chris Kreider added a goal and an assist as the Rangers won for the third time in four games Patrice Bergeron got the Bruins within two to one early in the second but the Rangers regained control when Colin Blackwell and Kreider scored twelve seconds apart late in the period the Bruins allowed just thirty six goals in their first sixteen games before surrendering thirteen on Long Island and Manhattan I'm Dave Ferrie
Islanders 4, Bruins 2: New York remains only team to beat Boston in regulation
"The Bruins 10 Game point streak is over. Following a four to loss to the Islanders. Matt Bahr's L broke a 22 dead like 5.5 minutes into the third period, extending his point streak to eight games. JG Pageau padded the lead with the second goal of the night. A shorthanded tally with 5 28 left. My linemates tonight really played the Good game. He made a DEA easy for me. Jordan Neighborly also had a goal and an assist and set me on Varlamov stopped. 28 chats is the aisles approved to 303 in their last six Brad Marchand and Patrice Bears around scored for the Bruins, who entered a five game winning streak and fell to 91 and one in their last 11.
Pastrnak's hat trick, Bergeron's OT goal rally Bruins
"The Bruins got a four point nine from David Pasternak they could cover behind for three overtime win over the flyers after that score twelve seconds into the first period to give Boston a one nothing lead with Philadelphia up three one of the third pass and I scored on the power play that made the score three two Pasternak completed the hat trick when he tied the game at three all with fifteen seconds to go in regulation pastor that picked up an assist well the game winner by Patrice Bergeron thirty one seconds into the overtime Michael Luongo Philadelphia
"patrice " Discussed on Ghost Town
"A crucial part of this whole thing, and what happened in there in her car was normally parked on the side. It was parked out front, which was not normal and the. At least two separate accounts of people, seeing a blue car was an alumina was at a Taurus Yeah, and where does that fit in I? Think a lot of what's happening is. To the people out there that if you knew somebody at that time with a car like that and came home in, they seem strange or out of sorts. That's what. They're looking for, and that's so simple to. Do you know someone with a blue car in the area with a Georgia plate like it seems like a pretty simple directive to try to find canvas the area finding someone with that criteria, but for whatever reason they are at a complete standstill with it. So honors Thirty Eight, and she owned her own hair salon in Cumming Georgia. Her remains were found. On December sixth two thousand five in Dawson County Georgia. About. Six ten miles away, not super far. Yeah, and there was decay it. The body was found in a wooded area as as bodies or want to do on these shows, but also the decaying head not been verified. That was done there, so it may have been in another location and then taken to this place. It's hard to say also missing was her wedding ring. Not found anywhere and that is either. will if somebody wanted a free wedding ring into point it that makes sense, or or or it was a little more personal than that. Yes, and the whole thing about this case feels personal whereas. The one with Rivera feels much less personal if we're comparing it to another unsolved mysteries, one feels. Like it came from inside the house. Maybe literally. But also, because of the absolute hatred between the other members of Patrice family, we ever son who seems pretty cool pistol, black history black. His name is pistol black, very cool name. Cool Tattoos. He lives with his father, or I don't know if that happened, but he was with his mother fifteen at the time, and he was on the outs with rob..
"patrice " Discussed on Ghost Town
"The thirteen minute mystery I'm Rebecca. Leave I'm Jason Horton and this is ghost town. Unsolved mysteries episode to thirteen minutes Patrice Anders abruptly vanishes from the Salon. She owned with a thirteen minute window of time exactly six hundred days later. Her case takes a shocking turn, and that is the description from Netflix's. So you know what we are getting into. Yes, and if you have not seen this episode, there will be spoilers many. It's all spoilers all spoilers, but this one has a character in and I'm saying that character. Oh my God I think parallels. In a way, there's not as much information as the tiger king or Robert Durst from the jinx, because it's so odd, and you might think this guy did it. You will think this guy did it I mean we'll go through some of the theories about other people who who did do it, but you're right. We don't get a lot of information and I'm conflicted, because it is about her her mystery and her disappearance and he knows that he's keeping. It buttoned up cameras this him. Like. Being TV ready so when you know, it's like tiger king where it's like. He finds acceptable to present himself this way, so just imagine what it's like to yeah in his home..
"patrice " Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Set like little. Time periods, so I, think he got for writing the flip it on the spot that has I've. I think it's like. A timer five minutes leaders right for five minutes and listen I. You know I'm I. Hope that works for some people. Doesn't it's it's harder for me to adhere to it? But like like North Angus like is difficult, but that's because there are these are habits we've created. We're trying to learn all these things that have been like. Be into us for mentally beaten into US for years. Yeah, I, WANNA. Try just to see what happens. But I also know that like I. Don't know sometimes. I won't do anything for a week and then sometimes I'll work for like forty eight hours straight and I'm just like. ME. I'm such a Kooky person, but like my therapist to is like like. Have you ever considered? That's not the best way to manage your time or your health, and then I'm like you know our therapists really getting their money's worth like. My third. Dope. He is so great out to him so portrays. Tell me what you brought to the show. Okay. So. It was very hard for me to pick. Okay so I decided on. Okay I decided on Detroit hives honey. Nice It's one hundred percent raw honey made says it's a net worth of. Her I don't know what isn't it now wait. Wait. Out this of peer grit from the wild seeds of the wild weeds of the D., so so black owns honey company. Nice relieves INC is a five. Oh One C. three non profit organization, whose mission is to transform vacant lots into urban beef arms for the education and conservation of honeybees. Wow, that's amazing. That's. Tastes Are you. You're a hunting person. I'm like a t a homage, percent and Mostly at the start of this pandemic. Yeah. To you know, make some more You know ginger, not you know, help immune system, and all that because I'm Jamaican and you know ginger tea is just like a big part of our culture, just all kinds of tea. Nor lick going everything in there, but yeah I was making some Ginger Lemon tea a lot I still am and I. Agree I am like freshman journalist grade it in. The lemon ice adding tumor nowadays and I've just been unwilling that up, so that I liked to have honey with that tumor very la view Patrice your. ATLANTA. You know India well right. That's a whole other conversation. Correct. Correct. I mean right another conversation for another day. I like talking about turmeric a lot. Is it L. A. Thing? It was just some tumor sitting up in the in the basket in? Say something. It's very. It's very. Highly treasured out in in the west of Los Angeles. So you so instead of sugar, you'll do honey. Oh Yeah. That's Nice I, so so did you know about this company like before? Everyone was touting black-owned businesses. No. I hadn't because I'm always I always try to. You know by black owned, but especially during the pandemic during the coronal when it was just the coronavirus as the pedantic that was. Making headlines before the uprisings and the protests. and the death of all of you know my black brothers and sisters by at the hands of police in white vigilantes on before all that. Black businesses you know it was reported that black businesses. Didn't receive substantial amount of these..
"patrice " Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Okay we're back, Patrice I know that. You said that you've been shopping a lot of blackwell. I think usually shop a lot of black owned businesses. But you've kind of increase that over the last couple of weeks, so you I know that you said you wanted to bring some of those. Yes so. It's. Like online shopping, it makes me anxious to shopping over the years I've become more anxious I. don't know if that's because it was like Oh. Shopping in your in like in areas where I would work so like union fair, which is crazy. But, also, I'm like petite, so in terms of clothes and shoes, and all that I like trying stuff on, because you usually things don't. The sizing will be off, so I prefer to try things on in person then I'll be too lazy to go out and buy stuff, but in terms of like products in things that are apparel. Or your t shirts. I bought a lot of pro black statement. T shirt knives into collecting those over the years but Yeah I have a ton of. Things. The pandemic There's been a few Nice I. Yeah, I feel like all of my shopping. Habits obviously have changed every time I open the closet. I'm like who are who told his close belong to? I haven't worn any of my clothes like I. Am in the same like. Don't have a lot of my clothes. All yourselves in New York. I Bet your room and New York. Is Your Room like? Is anyone renting out your room or like or is it just? They're my cousins. The. League with she was renting a place with a couple, and I was like. Oh, my gosh girl! Go stay at our place and. Can Be you know just you and I have to worry about where other people are coming. Going with NBA could also watch our place yet. You have new yourself with like. Oh, you're such a good cousin. To my cousins out there listening I expect the same from you whenever I'm in your city. Knows, going to be, that would be like if someone wasn't there..
"patrice " Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Out. you know by the time this episode comes out fantastic. Yeah, it's article just looking at the ways that black journalists are practicing like wellness and self care now and also like protecting their mental in caring for their mental health. You know in light of. Just sort of this double exposure to some of the things that they're reporting on. You know particularly black journalists who are reporting on like. The RETALI- and the crow virus disparity and the epidemic of anti black transgender violence. All of that you know. In terms of reporting on it and getting indirect exposure to racism that way, but then also like. Being within these companies that adds all these. Headlines have shown that are facing their own reckonings of racism, and then also just being part of the community that's being disproportionately impacted by the same things that they're reporting. Because they're human within the day, so I'm looking at the ways that like. You know. How. How are me a Peers sort of you know. Combating that and protecting themselves right because we they have to care for their own lives, you know in order to report about the mattering other black lives and it's funny. You mentioned about us a sabbatical. Because one of the journalists who spoke with I mentioned her sort of experience in the peace. She actually had a flare up of. Psychological disorder that she believes she developed from being a journalist and. Just the crazy -ness of the industry on, and she was like well. I think by journalists should have paid. Sabbaticals every six months. You know as part of like reparations, and that will help us sort of recover from some of these stories that we report on and. I was like yeah, that'd be great. How would be a main thing that would be amazing that that would be so incredibly invaluable and not just like. A form of reparations, but just in order to get better. And in order to get good work, you have to be able to take care of the people who are doing the work and we're all. We're machines. And you know as somebody who was has been a white person in a lot of overwhelmingly white newsrooms I will say that Patrice does a lot of work to sort of call attention to the fact that. A lot of times. Black journalists are only called when the like sad stories happen. And you you start getting emails from publications that have turned you down before or ignored your pitches, and now they want you to write about police brutality, and it's like that doesn't make anyone. That doesn't that doesn't look very thoughtful coming from like an editor perspective, but also that's. That that that kind of Action says a lot about the worth that we put on. You know the work of black journalists. Have you seen any of this work? Start to sort of. Grind away at these systems that that you that you fight against in.
"patrice " Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Hey everyone welcome to another week. Gee, thanks just bought the podcast where we talk about what we just bought and what you might need to be to buy next, I'm your host Caroline Moss and today I am joined by Patrice Pack. She is my buzzfeed colleague. We don't we both. Don't work there anymore and she is a freelance. Writer and she focuses a lot about race and culture, and she's had bylines in the New York Times and most recently, she started kind of at the beginning of the whole. Pandemic that we're going through a newsletter called Corona Virus News for black folks because she preempted a huge need for reporting, that was going to be specific for the black community who is disproportionately affected. By Corona virus and yet is those stories, and that information is not being seen in like the wide mass media that we all consume every day, so she is doing this work. And and really calling. Attention to it and so I said Patrice. You need to come on the show and she said okay. And now you're here. I'm here Yay. I'm so happy you're here. Thank you for coming. Of course things are happening you are. Writing a newsletter that as a black woman must be taking a huge emotional toll every time you sit down to work. What is correct? That is why sometimes I take breaks including the past I think one or two weeks I just did not have the time or the bandwidth. To Compile the newsletter which partly I always feel guilty when I'm not doing one of the many things I feel like I should be doing which I'm trying to work on, you know with my therapist. Especially in terms of you know. stopping the should statements, but anyway It you know part. Part of me was proud of myself for. You know letting myself. Step away and take a break, but another part of me felt bad because you know the cases and and the key cases are. Again right YEP or not I. don't even want to stay again, but the first wave has not. Ended yet. a of all almost every state..
"patrice " Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Hinted it, and then again like you know information, come to me as eight-year-old again is right or magazine and source of all truth. My one of my first conversations with him. was actually about you and asking you know he said that. You Know Patrice, giving me a lot of advice day. Could you describe what exactly? What your relationship with prince was their working relationship with prince because? I guess like one either did he wanna put you in the band or wanted you to do his? taught them how to program synthesizers or something way. What was the story? Okay, Load across. Arc. With the right ones those fine. Are Common Denominator was at the engineer. of One of my albums. Told me about him. Sit, you know. After. Stevie played all these instruments on his records You know that we we all thought that that was just so amazing, but many of us were multi instrumentalists, and so we that gave us permission to at least do that. We might not play every instrument, but we will play more than the thing that we were known to do. We didn't have any fear about doing that anymore and technology would allow us for do that with us. Being able to over dub and things like this. So. Tommy of macari is his name is a very well known engineer and producer, and at that time he says there's somebody that I have recently come across that I'm going to be working on a project with them, and I really would love for the two of you to meet. I said okay. So he called him on the phone and we talked now. I didn't know at the time that Prince already was aware. Of You know me. But he was new and I hadn't heard so we. We talked some. And Thomason. Will I'm GonNa be you know working with him? And I said well great I'd love to have a chance to be him, so we did finding me, but you know he was not a man of many ways. Especially in that first meeting well. then. He had this stuff came out and we'd like things. Things were happening with them and.
"patrice " Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"I was at a park. And all even know I was there. Was that a park? You know high school and hanging with your paying with your friends you know and this bus pulled up and she and Don Cornelius. Get Out, and they talked about this show that they were bringing from Chicago Call Soul Train. And that they were GONNA shoot it out here. And they would come by this same park next Saturday. And, if you wanted to go over to the television station, you know, just bring a change of clothes will pick you up here. We will bring you back here and we're going to. Do is have fun and dance on the show. So what was that like this? I'M GONNA BE ON TV. As. Me? Up You remember I wanted to be. From a long time ago so I was like this is actually very cool. And the show was. We didn't have a lot of detail about what to do. They just a com Dan. Brenner change of clothing dance, and that's what we did, so, but you know I'm looking around at all the other stuff that's happening. Because in, say wow, this. Is this stuff on an ear? People in here. And we go come and go Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah at that, and so I was on the show I did maybe five six of them. I think they would shoot a lot on like one week win. They would do a lot, so I was like maybe five or six of those shoots, which meant that. I was on quite a few shows. And saw quite a few artists. Come on that show I was going to say at that moment. You're such a to to. See an unknown Al Green. Bill withers on. The episode of Humor Debt. The debt presidents episode where Al's doing. In the with the sling, the cast where he's wearing the highest. Okay Pan out in the first. The pleasure how? You. Choose that's what I was wondering. The so I don't know if I was particularly cute that day, and what, but they said why don't you?.
"patrice " Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"He's. He's the guy he ain't buzzing. You know what I mean. Yeah so. Take me out. A mere your mind. Rickey minor is where he hasn't thing. Ricky minors. And listening to WHO. Is Basically I. Mean He's the? Musical director of the moment when I realized now isn't necessarily an. And there's no say no dig. Whatever I realized that. A lot of positions in Hollywood or on how you nuance your relationships. With the people in power. And so a lot of times is just you know? To to her to anyone in this room speaking now it's like Oh man to get a product that would be amazing, but I think to a higher up at at a movie company whatever? I mean musical directly sort of like a band aid, or something like an afterthought and usually with afterthought situations. Where you thinking about your actress, your actor director and all. You're producing all that stuff. Nine Times out of ten. You just go with your instinctual. Okay? Who who's who delivers? And usually who delivers mainly like who shows up one time. WHO's not trouble, yeah. Who can you trust? Yeah, who yeah exactly who live a consistent work? You know what I mean. Because I mean, we can all attest that. Some of our favorite geniuses. Can, be troublesome. Consistent and you know a lot of times. I'll hear of a project happening in the wings and I'm like. Damn. Pageant. The monopoly on. Ricky's definitely the go to for like The Grammy's definitely emmys I mean he, he he. At the when American idol was hidden, he was that. We think ricky is reason to patrice it ricky. Smith who seems me in foreign exchange, right? She her and Ricky had like work together forever and I think it was Ricki that put me with trees. Guy. Now. Here's the thing though. Sometimes and sometimes the trickle down. Theory works good, because sometimes he has, he's over. Down Award shows music direct. Like alcohol usually anything you see me. Do That's notable. Commercial Awards. Ricky Basle, here's the thing. That Adam Blackstone is. Now Adam is in the photos because I had to say no to everything so Jay z Eminem Riana Mary Janet like right now that it's the trickle down thing and so. We. Will Never Getting Miami nomination? Think, you need to go back even further. Preach mysteries professing because he will tell you. So will rate you tell you. Who? That somebody had open the door for them. What who was it? Well then might be me. I was thinking that. That might be me. Talk to because I'm sure that you guys will have the opportunity to speak to them should ask them about that because the I'm on the end of the phone. Theresa hearing them ask me stuff. So let me do it like this. Let me say this you ask. You started your the start of your question. Our is it to get..
"patrice " Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Much. lives up to the title. As a musician as a singer composer arranger And soldiering dancers. Yeah. He's rushing and I'd like to know if the sounds to write. Do they relate to any of your past experiences or d despite sporadic? Some you got interview bill weather's. That's amazing latest. Wait before we get. Please, welcome to Quest Supreme Patrice Russian. Thank you, thank you. How. I'm great, thank you. Crazy energy. We just hang. Out Today. August, so, how are you things? Ryan and everything's been beautiful? doing a lot of different things of school just started on the chair of the Popular Music Program at the University of Southern California. So for. So. We're back Dr Russian I am that to? That one that's from the Berkeley College of Music. From Dr Years, ago, yes. Alton. Okay. Tradition. Where were you born? I was born in Los Angeles California right here in La Yep in the heart of what part from the People's Republic of what's? Really. I'm from South Central La. Wow. Basil. Your childhood I wanNA. Know How music entered it. But what was your childhood into? Music was just part of the air. Okay, you know of the radio was always on. My. Parents watched television I was never without TV. So your parents weren't singers or musicians, not at all, not at all. What's not at all in fact? Really music lovers they belong to A. They used to have a record club. that the they would send you a record month. So my parents belong to this record club and they would send these records all. There was always music in our house just because they just loved. Music. Columbia, House Columbia okay. Wow exactly and so music of all types classical music jazz. Gospel music anything. You didn't know what you were going to get. And so on Saturdays when. We will be cleaning up the house. They will put a stack of records on because you know there. were. A little young to remember. been..
"patrice " Discussed on Questlove Supreme
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"patrice " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"You're listening to women. Making Waves Patrice Lawrence fuels. Were living in a world where writers of color are still represented. Patrice writes stories that reflect families. Who Don't have a voice or face in the world of books initially Patrice. Its debut book. Orange boy faced resistance for publishers. Never reluctance to present this new and different story. It was later shortlisted for the cost of Children's Book Award and won the Bookseller Waie Prize and waterstones prize. For older children's fiction but chase lawrence speaks to susie Thorp award-winning writer of stories for children and Young People Patrice Lawrence is charmed by London music. And Saifi she loves reading stories that confound stereotypes and feels very strongly about the need to mirror the diverse range of lives and experiences. She sees around every day in her own. Writing Hallo Patrice when did you discover Patrice? There were not enough representations of you in stories and to be honest. I never ever expected that I be in a story so I think for me to say you know. Did I ever expect to see myself represented like I dunno saying Patrice? You want to be a strawberry. Because if it just so random and Seville I should be there was born in the UK. And I grew up in the seventies and eighties in Sussex. Lot Books I read were as opposed to classic Books Secret Garden. Heidi wind in the willows Little women on those type of books and there were never any body that looked like me and also grew up in a family where my Stepdad's Italian? My Mum's Trinidadian were married. Everything about ourselves different so for me. It's an absolute impossibility serving the thing. The first time I thought that we could actually be burks as in UK. People of Color supposed to American. When I was thirty two and just had a baby is two weeks old. And it was December and I turned the Latifi and it was the BBC adaptation of Marie Blattman Picart boy and I've been writing for a long time but never put people in stories because I just saw which is in stories in on writing not not not on a page and suddenly Oh my goodness we could be an store opened for me. Yeah the idea that you discover something like this at the age of thirty two patrice. It's absolutely heartbreaking. Because you me we should all be reading books reflecting all of society. It's a loss to all of us really absolutely. I think we can find our world food books. 'cause we can find ourselves but also and it helps us develop our empathy knowledge or care in our kindness and one of the things. I grew up in a Sussex and the secondary school I went to. There's probably less than ten of us out of sixteen seventeen hundred who weren't white And I had a good time at school have good friends quack democratic but remember in the only thing we learned about People of African descent was that we were enslaved so nothing about how we fool not all and remember headmaster during an assembly about just Jones. The sprinter and it's a I almost hold of him and I just sat there in the middle of this assembly with all these little white students around may feeling so proud thinking that actually we do things we did achieve. So it's how you see. Your identity is seen to be powerful to others is important and I think we can do in books by making Audit People. Heroes and heroines. You brought up in a mixed race family. How important is it to recognize families? I mean all family news when trying to connect people to read for me that essential and when I do school talk talk about the fact that are all things that made me feel different and to subjugate made me feel lesser of all the things that made me a better writer so I've never lived in a family where we're all the same color so the first family. I lived in a foster family because my mom was the only one of her siblings family who came to England so she was the second youngest of twelve and she came from Trinidad to be a nurse and I met my biological father. Who'd come from Guyana with the ball up in Barbados and chance to be a nurse? And they were both sort of early twenties plight and sixties parties and suddenly. My mom is and it was just also just pre the Abortion Act surfing. My Dad wanted her to terminate the and she didn't want to so choices. Were really for me to be adopted as obsolete quite people my age were if that patients who are married but I was play if oster from the age of four months two full years with family employed who absolutely lovely sort of white working class firm. You really cared from Chile and then it went back to my mom who had wet my Italian Stepdad's and so then looked to plumbers from there and when I write my stories I always write about families often well it might be a family whether might be bereavement single-parent family or families of the new book where one characters the characters died and talking schools. It's so relatable to young people absolutely and to see that families are all shapes low colors and hope that place in Berks you're brilliant writing from different perspectives portrays. Do you think men have this ability to. I don't know I think it's interesting with orange. Boy I've got a really brutal writing and in first few drastic. Say Like no. Marlin is not a boy betrayed. The boy's name won't showers you know and it's like no just sounds like you. I actually had to do a lot of research and two things actually worked for me was just the basic thing of asking particularly my rightist grape who had teenage sons and offended teenage sons. We observed them think of it sounded royal and secondly was changed the story from third person to first person because originally it was a really close in a close point of view third person but by actually changing the first person. I could see through. Marlins is a sink how he would sit on the bus. I think how he would see how people project things onto him. I could really visualize and gets under his skin of research because I'm still writing not just a different gender but from a different age and you have grown up in London so did take a lot of research and I'm just lucky that I know people are willing to ask quite intimate questioned. What is so modern? It's also because I'm writing about a young black boy who gets involved in crime. The temptation is to people read stereotypes to read an archetype and so it was really important for me to make very much individual individual. So that's Geeky and Saifi. And he's clings to music is inherited from his dad was barely an indigo donor. I really wanted a really kind boy. Who's really comfortable with his kindness? Think so I think it was right in a bit of an archetype there. But you know besides reading your books other ways. Are you trying to reach people? Find Your books I think. That's one of the joys of the school visits and going into secondary schools which I do quite quite a lot. I was lucky enough this year to be part of the Hay Festival's scrupulous tour. So it's they work with five universities in Wales and schools. Kind calm when usually year eight nine or ten students the ones who wouldn't normally go to university and a that used to four to middle grade mixture to next week to young adult writers. So they see me. I'm blind can hamper through grew up working class environments so we could talk about our journey about how you know someone like me. You would never ever dream that mom would go into waterstone's insane it. That's my daughter and about everything that told me that I could be a writer. Made me a writer. I also secret weapon. Which is my teenage diary from. When I was thirteen is incredibly relatable even they cringe on my behalf and also talk another. Another sort of workshops took about different types of stories for instance. How Pixar uses favor and things like Toy Story and up to create in our sympathy for characters talk about Korean dramas which have fantastic in there. In episodes spoken word poetry how to some brilliant young spoken word poets who caught on video and took about things relatable to lots of young people that are kind of different ways that we can think about how words and stories can be used. You said that music is really important in your books and Saifi as well. How do you use it in? Your Books Patrice Fifi with more in in The the first Book in orange boy mainly because it was sort of an accident in that wrote the original power that might in course just from a variety informed and have no idea that was going to be a burke and are chosen models named simply because that was the name of boy my oldest class at school and then whatever it started lighting the burke thinking. Oh my gosh I am writing a black boy. That's getting involved crime. I want to explore that because there not a lot of knife crime in in can you live comic. This boy and a stereotype. Solar thought was like how would he get his name? Wow Marlon Brando. Superman died in a films. So if his dad was really into Saifi and my biological data's really inter- Isaac Asimov and Star Trek so kind of bought that over and the Matrix when I won the other two of it. So all of these things and music. I think is something that really combined us that sense of when you go to sort of live music everybody singing the same chorus so think music music from his mood as well so he has a lot of that shape mood and bring people together. All of what you've written safer really really Madison. It's not just becoming an author but it's all about changing perceptions as well. What do you can really see the difference. It makes when affect young people and sometimes adults who have experienced some of the issues that I talk about in the books and I think one of the things that took about when I do school visits is in my biological father who died when I was in mind when I was in my twenties. And he was in his forties and he'd have to a breakdown hit Been imprisoned for a month for just for forging a check but because these are nurse obviously can work and then he couldn't meant his petit and became sort of street homeless in Brighton and he died in a house. Five Squat and talk about this and I talk about it because I say that there's quite a lot vivement and lost in the books as well but I know that sometimes when you're holding things inside it's really hard to talk about bereavements and lost to other people because you're dealing with your own feelings in any have to deal with somebody else's reactions but actually you can find yourselves in berks symphony. It feels really big responsibility. About what books? And what young people see there and how they see themselves because even at a contemporary books and issues I deal with quite tough. I also want that to be hope because I just think. Young people are incredibly strong. Resilient as well. It's really interesting. What you say about responsibility and I suppose in light of what? We're going through right now with lockdown and reading about fake news to you. Try to focus your novels on true representation of society as opposed. Both books can be in a sense. I suppose it don't set out that way I start off with characters by also sat. Young People. I'm a bit that hope that important ingredient into go donuts. I had no idea what was going to light because at the to Brookdale but it was also a time when Foster children if they were living with foster care were supposed to leave the family when they were eighteen. And remember thinking is that my daughter's like fifteen sixteen really responsible when she's eighteen a time for celebration not saying now leaves the House and I think that made me incredibly angry so when I was writing about. Somebody's in foster care. I felt it really important for me to let what her truth. Were both feeding some message about what it's like to be in. That situation and I have had really good responses for young people care experienced who have actually seen themselves in a book version of themselves so I think as something that is incredible great responsibility. I mean the other thing I remember is when I saw as before the Internet at school. Weasley Book Club so leads to give looper bushes with books in there. And you'LL CIRCLE. Take it back to you. Your family and the two pound..
"patrice " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"I could really visualize an gets under his skin. But Of Search of so mighty, not just a different gender, but from a different age and you have enough up in. London did take a lot of research. But just lucky there I know people willing to ask answer quite intimate questions. About what is so modern, it's also because I'm writing about a young black boy who gets involved in crime. The temptation is to people read stereotype to read it as an archetype, and so it's really important for me to make very much in which individual so that's why you know Geeky and Saifi and he's. He's clings to the music that is inherited from his dad. Was Bailey and indigo don't really kind of wanted a really kind boy who's really comfortable with his kindness. Think so I think it's going to be if an archetype there but. Besides reading your books other ways. Are you trying to reach people to find your books? I think that's one of the joys of the school visits and going into secondary schools, which do quite quite a lot. I was lucky enough this year to be part of the. Hay Festival's scrupulous tour, so it's they work with five universities in Wales and. Schools can elect to come in usually year eight nine ten students, the ones who wouldn't normally go to university and a choose to writers for writers to middle, grade, next year to next week to young adult writers. So this is me and blind Khanna hamper. You grew up working class environments, so we could talk about our journey about how someone like me. He would never ever. Dream that my mom would go into waterstone's and say you know that's my daughter. And about everything that told me that could be. A writer made me a writer. I also have a seek weapon. which is my teenage diary for when I was thirteen? Is Incredibly relatable. Even they cringe on my behalf. And also talk another sort of workshops I took about different types of stories for instance how Pixar uses fave and things like. Toy Story and to create in our sympathy for characters talk about Korean dramas, which fantastic arcs in there in a episodes and also spoken word poetry, how to some brilliant young spoken word poet Suva caught on video and took about things incredibly relatable to lots of young people said are kind of different ways that we can think about how words some stories can be used. You said that music is really important in your books and Saifi as well. How do you use it in your books Patrice? Yes Fifi was more him in..
"patrice " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"When did you discover Patrice? There were not enough representations of you in stories, and to be honest I never. Never expected that I would be in story so I think for me to say you know. Did I ever expect to see myself? Represented as like a denault saying Patrice, you want to be a strawberry, because if it just so random and Seville that I should be. There I mean I grew up, was born in the UK and I grew up in the seventies and eighties in Sussex. Books were it were as opposed to classic books. No Secret Garden Heidi. Windy willows. Little women others type of. And there never anybody that looked like me. And also grew up in a family where my Stepdad's Italian. My Mum's Trinidadian. Married everything about us was different so for me. It was an absolute impossibility. Thing the first time. I thought that we could actually be burks as in UK, people of Color as opposed to American when I was thirty, two and I just had a baby is two weeks old it December and I turned on the TV and it was the BBC adaptation of Marie Platinum Picker boy. And I've been writing for a long time, but never put people in store because I just saw in stories in on writing not not not on a page, and suddenly on my goodness, we could be an. Store opened for me. The, idea that you discover something like this at the age of thirty two. Patrice is absolutely heartbreaking. Because you me, we should all be reading books reflecting all of society, it's a loss to all of us really. Oh, absolutely! I think we can find our world food books, so we can find ourselves, but also birth, and it helps us develop our empathy, our knowledge, our care in our kindness and one of the things I grew up in. West Sussex. The secondary school I went to probably less than ten of I out of sixteen, Seventeen, hundred. Who Won't White and I had a good time at school of. Of Quackery Mik, but remember you know the only thing we learned about people of African descent was that we were enslaved so nothing about how we were Appalachia, nothing at all and remember headmaster during a assembly about. Jesse Owens the sprinter, and it's a I heard of him, and I just sat there in the middle of this assembly with these sort of white students around may feeling so proud thinking can actually we did do things we did achieve so it's how you see. Your identity is seen to be powerful to ever is important too, and I think we can do that in books by making older people, Heroes and heroines you bruce off a mixed race family. How important is it to recognize families I mean all families when trying to connect people to read for me that that is sent show and when I do school talks talk about the fact that all the things that made me feel different, and to subjugate made me for lesser alone things that made me a better writer, so I've never lived in a family..
"patrice " Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"patrice " Discussed on RobinLynne
"Patrice the yup no doubt built dan not not with the death he has dealt with death that eweek if you did you the united launch king of you thank you the clearing liani clearing done nothing the yes indeed did you it did you did you dilute the through the project the feud the the suit the trine chamber a captivating experience brought to you by a tree this is your dream be slow at the dream based so who are conserved connection to the chamber ally in to retain control of your dog barked throw diving into the types of crime applause swallowed dinar province.