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"Most without equal for this recipe you will need one each skylark thrush quayle ortolan lapping. Golden plover partridge woodcock. -til guinea hen guinea fowl. Wild duck red pheasant. Wild goose boostered and fake pecker pluck and got the birds then stuff the smallest bird into the next smallest birds cavity and so on until you have one neutron star of bird meet paraphrased from seventeenth century cookbook and you thought her duck in was a new thing. My name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts. Two days after this episode drops. It is thanksgiving in the united states and the supporters at patriot. Dot com slash. Your brain on facts voted to go. Turkey talk today. So let's go through the myths and misconceptions by working our way through a painting an odd choice as this is an audio only medium. Certainly luckily we don't have to pick just one painting. Most paintings depicting the first thanksgiving in giant air quotes of sixteen twenty. One contain the same things about of puritan settlers dressed in austere black clothing. With bright metal buckles gathered around a table laden with food. Maybe the family patriarch is offering a prayer and a small group of native americans can be seen in the background. Maybe one or two in the foreground. If i were to show you jennie. Augusta browns combs. The first thanksgiving or the first thanksgiving by louise jerome farris painted within a year of each other in the early twentieth century. Incidentally you'd say oh. Yeah that was in my history book which year all of them probably. That's how we've been taught to think of historical thanksgiving's but we're not school kids anymore. So it's time to update that image paintings of the first thanksgiving referred to that feast in sixteen twenty one in plymouth massachusetts. What we actually know about the feast. Concretely is very limited. It mostly comes from a single letter. Written by a communist named edward winslow two hundred and twenty years later in eighteen forty one. His letter was published in chronicles. Of the pilgrim fathers by boston writer and publisher alexander young and it was young. Who called the gathering. The first thanksgiving even though the word thanksgiving doesn't appear anywhere in winslow's letter that feast wouldn't have been thanksgiving to the pilgrims. Puritans did observe thanksgiving days after fortunate events like a good harvest. The were religious observances. People spent the day in church often in silent prayer and they fasted rather than feasted. It's almost the polar opposite of the way we celebrate thanksgiving today. So that day wasn't thanksgiving and it wasn't even the first for a few reasons for starters. It didn't happen a second time. Let alone annually. So it can hardly be said to be the first of anything it would take more than two hundred years for an autumn. Feast referred to as thanksgiving too widely proliferate second. It wasn't the first meal shared by europeans and native americans in the new world. A reasonable drive from my home here in. Virginia is the berkeley plantation where a thanksgiving feast was held this one by the europeans alone. Three dozen settlers arrived in the chesapeake bay in sixteen nineteen on a ship. Captain by a man who had survived the winter of sixteen o nine in the jamestown colony a winter referred to as the starving time after a rough two and a half months at sea and another week on inland waterways. They finally arrived at berkeley hundred later called berkeley plantation on december fourth. They disembarked assembled a meal. From what shifts rations. They still had ham and wasters probably and said prayers of thanksgiving. It was declared that their arrival must be yearly and perpetually kept holy as a day of thanksgiving to almighty god end so it was for two whole years in march of sixteen twenty two. The poyton having noticed that the settlers weren't leaving and in fact were expanding their territory and kept trying to convert and civilize them attacked berkeley and other settlements killing over three hundred fair playboys if you ask historians in maine they'll tell you the first. Such meal happened not in sixteen twenty one in massachusetts but in sixteen. O seven in papa main. The popham colony barely lasted a year. Thanks to a fire in their storehouse during the particularly harsh winter and miscalculations like staying in a four right on the shore rather than moving inland where the forest could provide a windbreak. They arrived in the
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on Twinovation
"Welcome to another episode of to innovation the PODCAST, you're scheming strings misdemeanor. Conscript socials anyway, you're trying to make money. We're here to help you and as always I'm joined by my lovely twin brother to my far South East L. have hey, the FA tugboat boat Rosenberg, how're you doing? The waters. Waters are treacherous. Dave we're looking. For. Actually a little a squirrel coming from the northeast and a squad from the southwest and don't forget about your Drako's. Came very interesting stuff and then to my immediate left she is queen on she'll from, of course, Plymouth Massachusetts known as the second spot we landed and after Jamestown correct. I think it's the first David isn't not get back to us on that maybe northeast colonies versus the south I don't I don't particularly know these things we should. and if you're interested in American history and your international, maybe that's something you can let us know remember each one teach one. So that's the shot. Introduce me his said Green on from Plymouth? Yeah. But I didn't get to go a year fault started talking about Jamestown. Then find your in also I, forgot about my brothers intro music my brother made me throw that in after we haven't started our pitches yet. All right fine put. The show's is all about it's it's mostly about US creating ideas. For, the Google play store this episode of course sponsored by Google play we also like the I tunes APPs if they're interested in dealing with us, but we also come up with inventions we come up with ways to save money or make money usually on the legal side of history, but laws were sometimes meant to be not. Broken but not even perhaps, but code even like They.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To Plymouth, Massachusetts, after more than three years of renovations and several months of delays caused by the Kobe 19 pandemic. Mayflower to schedule to be towed from the preservation shipyard at the Mystic Seaport Museum in New London, Connecticut Monday. For two weeks of sea trials before heading up the coast. Now at 9 46 Look at sports at a Dave colonel. The wheels are about to turn in Major League baseball. That of teams playing one another gnome or inter squad scrimmage is in a case of trying to match up two opponents something the Cubs and White Sox might think about doing over the next couple of days games on Sunday and Monday against one another. Major league season proper beginning for the Cubs and the White Sox next Friday. Here's Sox manager Rick Renteria on the subject of matchup Foundation of Our of Our Club is pretty solid. Now. I think that Come on. Everybody wants to play the match of game and this that not opposed to it. Not against it. I'm not, you know, but I think that, uh, when you end up in a situation where we're at right now. As much as we've done a really great job in extending guys and allowing them to work and put themselves in a position where they could go. You never feel like you have enough. Pitching. Also from baseball pitcher Brad Keller is back with Royals after he tested positive for covert 1980 quarantine, he reports No problems. Blackhawks continuing their work, they will soon be heading to Edmonton will take on the Oilers in that play in best of five. Siri's to try to get to the final 16 for the Stanley Cup. That's serious by the way, beginning two weeks from Sunday and engulf John Rahm extends to a four shot lead after three rounds of the memorial tournament in Dublin, Ohio, Rama 12 under overall Tony fee now and Ryan Palmer. They both shot 70 three's in Round three and our four shots back with sports on your home of the Bears. Dave Kerner needs Radio 7 80 in 105.9. FM. BBM NEWS time. 9 48 time for traffic and weather together on the eight years Neil Free Burrito Still a lousy drive in Logan Square, with protest activity continuing on Kimble between Fullerton and Diversity avoided stick with Kensi instead. Edens Expressway is light on both sides. A Kennedy looks pretty good. Either way between O here in downtown Thie. Eisenhower is fine to 29 minutes to him from round 3 90 Coming in on the Stevenson heavy from Sister Oda past Pulaski Construction blocks the left lane. Then you're slow approaching the Dan Ryan with work on the inbound ramp. Bring you down to just one lane over on 55 through Will County decent. There is construction that continues between River Road, an arsenal. Dan Ryan is heavy on the way in from the Steven Senate Roosevelt with roadwork in the right lane. Ah, project that will continue through mid September 57 to 4 Lakeshore drive all decent so over the till weighs nothing major along I 80 or 80 94 in northwest Indiana. Your next traffic Report. 9 58 news Radio seven Etienne Mano five point out.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Five forty it's time for the agribusiness brief with Lauren good morning it's been a while since we last traded so let me begin with a quick review of the ups and downs of the markets at the board of trade in the mercantile exchange on Friday of last week live side future Chicago mercantilist strange the screen all green on Friday for hogs cattle and feeder cattle but in the grain market a different story Friday the screen all red except for the nearby March wheat contract but corn and soybeans and the other week contracts all ended the day lower on Friday so let's see you were we'll start this four day holiday trading week Brazilian soybean production in the current marketing year expected to reach a record of a hundred twenty five point six million tons according to the rural in Brazil more than a fifth of the planted acreage has now been harvested and that estimate was revised from a hundred twenty three point nine million bushels in January the current production is achieved Brazil the world's largest exporter and also the largest producer of soybeans well I have more than ten million tons to last year's production well we still led to several events to go through for the month of February next week we'll be getting the agricultural outlook foreign and will cover that in Washington DC also coming up before the end of the month the is the commodity classic secretary of agriculture Sonny Perdue confirmed as the keynote speaker for that event on February twenty seven through twenty nine have a great day that site design or UN Samuelson all right thanks Dorian is five forty one have you ever been to Plymouth rock years ago I was there and I'll tell you a funny story about that in a second there's a report this morning about Plymouth rock and other sites near Plymouth Massachusetts covered in red graffiti yesterday during a vandalism spree at the site marking the landing of the pilgrims Massachusetts four hundred years ago officials in Plymouth discover the vandalism early in the morning workers had removed red spray paint thirty say no arrests have been made the site is open to tourists the rack has come to symbolize the spot where William Bradford and the Mayflower pilgrims disembarked before founding Plymouth colony in December of sixteen twenty now if you've been there in recent years it's a very nice tourist attraction but many many years ago I was there drove a long way to see it and when I got there I looked down at the rock there is the iron fence and then at look down the rock and I could barely see the rock because there is so much garbage around it and there is actually a shopping cart there maybe that was the first shopping trip the pilgrims made I'm not sure but I don't think the shopping cart was supposed to be their hands third party and not frozen it was empty and it was it was a mess and I guess sometime after that they spend some money and they cleaned it up and fixed it up and I don't think the shopping carts there anymore but anyway the second vandalized yesterday and hopefully they'll clean it up and it will once again be look nice for the tourists it's five forty three right now I'll never forget it the shopping the Plymouth shopping cart yes yeah can have nice things can't wait now I you know Avia anybody here ever been there you ever been to put it all now yeah it's pretty it's it's cool and then they have some recreations of ships in the area and so forth but I was I was really surprised when I saw it in this is going back on maybe twenty years ago or more first of all there weren't many tourists around and I thought this is odd Lou you know we were the only ones there and then of course I didn't think the shopping cart was was a nice touch.
Vandals painted Plymouth Rock with red graffiti
"Here police are investigating a vandalism spree that left the famous Plymouth rock covered in graffiti town officials say the workers have removed the red spray paint covering the rock in Plymouth Massachusetts by late Monday morning police say vandals also targeted at sea shells shaped sign celebrating the upcoming four hundredth anniversary of the sixteen twenty Mayflower landing the pilgrim maiden statue when the national monument to the fore fathers it was not immediately clear of this graffiti incident had any connection to the
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on WTVN
"I am in a Plymouth Massachusetts and we get into lay this out for you on why I am here and wearing masks and and and I wanted also will promote this parade that they have it on thanksgiving they started this parade about twenty years ago as just a group of people in a church that started this and you can't even imagine what it's like to get permits in New England and they got a permit to do a a pilgrim parade and really kind of tell the truth about the pilgrims and they really went all out I mean this is not like a you know back to the pickup truck local parade this is they've they've made these beautiful unbelievable floats they don't have any sponsors it's all done with their own money and this just small little group and they've done now for twenty years this year they're expecting about a quarter of a million people on the streets of Plymouth mass to see this parade and it is the most wholesome it's it's it's almost becoming the anti Macy's you know it's not about sales and gifts and Broadway shows and you know anything it's about the pilgrims and what they did and if you're anywhere in the area please come up to this parade you will not be disappointed I I went into the flow Barnes yesterday and it's it's incredible but they're doing up here really is and all just people who are driven to do it they don't get anything out of it nobody's making any money it's just it's it's yeah I even want to talk about one person deciding to do something and can make a difference that's what's happening in Plymouth Maine or played a Plymouth Massachusetts did you see Ford versus Ferrari this weekend yeah did you did that yeah yeah I did too what you think I liked it a lot I thought it was really good and it's a story I don't think a lot of Americans are familiar with necessarily how much did you know well I knew the outcome in a new and I knew the general story but I didn't know the specifics of their relationship and all that so if you don't know the Shelby cobra is or the Ford Shelby is the greatest race car built be there just they're amazing amazing cars and the Shelby cobra now an original social be Cobre is is what three to five seven million dollars something like that the Ford Shelby he's the real ones are you know ten million dollars and built by a guy who's a Texan who is discussed this you know why can't we do it kinda guy and the the Ford versus Ferrari movie is the relationship between the driver and Shelby the designer and also the Ford Motor Company and did the Shelby motor company and for does not come out looking good I really don't know I mean no it Lee Iacocca looks great in it does change a does but it shows it shows how Ford tried to buy a Ferrari in it really intense scene makes Ferrari look pretty we easily to a makes Enzo Ferrari look terrible horrible like really like a well I think I think one of the lines was when Lee Iacocca came up but it you know he said no you don't understand this is we're going to meet the mob it it really was kind of mob like but is it is a I think personally it is a perfect father and son movie every father and son should go see this absolutely yeah indeed it shows you the rivalry between them because Ford was was the like you said going to buy a Ferrari and furry was just using Ford to up the price of the fiat with fiat another Italian company that's what that that's who they wanted to go with all along and so Henry Ford the second didn't take very kindly to that so he wants to beat him on the racetrack and he says I don't care what it costs and the good and the the it in in two years they develop the the Ford Shelby race car two years and that that should have taken a decade to do and it wins at LeMond's in sixty six sixty seven sixty eight sixty nine and then for decides not gonna race anymore and it's it it's an incredible scene it reminded me of the old thanks Steve McQueen and Paul Newman movies right then yes when I was a kid in the sixties I barely remember them but I remember my folks going to and my dad taken to me you know take me to a race car movies with I think was Paul Newman and Steve McQueen was in some of those as well and it really felt like that it was funny it was really really good yeah really was have you seen midway yet no and I'm not going to all really yeah have you seen it yeah what do you think I'm I I liked the movie until he came to the very end that's why I'm not going the very end might shrunk you a little bit because he explained it is not giving anything away yeah at the at the end of the movie they dedicated to all of the soldiers in the American army who fought in World War two and the Japanese soldiers who fought in World War two hello wait what you're also dedicating this to the enemy that sneak attacked us at Pearl Harbor and two days before the veterans day that's what you're going to and it's not only that is the Chinese of the Japanese were horrible fifty thousand Chinese civilians yeah they were all injured are American troops they were much much worse than the Germans were yeah I was there experimentation this and and everything else that we we forget that no I was actually more concerned about the plot line did you notice that the plot line took a significant turn to China when it didn't need to so yeah it was it was very trying to have to do with with midway also in there talking about China you're like wait what what just happened yes and that's because there's Chinese money in the movie so this is another thing like the NFL the the NBA where they just sold out for the Chinese money and so they they had to make midway somewhere or another to make China look good and so they added all that extra plotlines that is unbelievable I mean I in that is not going to win them fans are loyal no we're number eighty two now we're not the number one market now for movies we're you're gonna see all kinds of stuff starting to change for instance did you see terminator now now I don't know what they turned it to this is this coming from a friend of mine but Skynet it's either Skynet or cyber died but I think it's Skynet Skynet is no longer the name of the the evil system okay Hey now why would you change so it Skynet everybody knows it's kind it is right why would you change that I was told that it is because again that has Chinese money in it and they're doing now I know the United States has that Skynet thing that we use against terrorist but apparently Skynet in in China is something you know that has to do with their monitoring system of the average person or is their leader had or something like that and so they didn't want to be known as Skynet you know the ones that have the terminator so because of the Chinese money funding the movie they rolled to part of the roof they check the other guy was that's amazing in that crazy yes I mean while and and like you said if if they're gonna continue to accept the money from China that's going to change a lot of movies and a lot of plot lines and a lot of dialogue how how often is this going to happen in American movies you're gonna have a massive Chinese influence now especially as the United States becomes more more unpopular we're not standing up for what we disposed to stand up for how long before the Americans stories are completely lost I mean as I was walking around here in Plymouth this weekend I thought honestly when was the last time you heard anything really about the pilgrims really anything other than just a passing you know hello to or a or a poster in a store or something like that woods anytime you've ever heard anything really real about the pilgrims anything substantial the end not even it not even at thanksgiving to you delta anymore now nothing and so here we are we're sitting here and we are erasing this history do you know who you know who broke the treaty with the Indians Woodrow Wilson it lasted fifty four years it was the longest running treaty with the native Americans in the history of America so who broke it had to be the British no it was the Indians all they did yeah the native Americans the native American chief changed it because a lot of the native American tribes around here we're starting to find the Christian god the white man's god and there was one thing that was really changing their culture and that was they they believed in not just killing your enemy they believed in torturing your enemy while you were killing them so they would eviscerate you and then you would hold your own gots while you were dying and so they made all death really really cruel and so many of the native Americans were the Christian ones were like Hey I think we're kind of cool and everything but the one kind is seems like we shouldn't do that if the more you know using that might be a little cruel and and so the the Indian chief this basically says that you're destroying our culture this Christianity thing is destroying our culture we can't torture our enemies anymore and they got into a they got a whole war he broke the treaty and wanted all of the white man killed and it actually ended because other native American tribes came to their defense to the to the white man's defense because they had seen this is craziness what we were were fighting to torture people this is not right where's that story I've never heard it quite honestly I've never heard of it next hour I have a guy a peer who has studied the pilgrims his whole life and he can tell you the true story of thanksgiving and it's important that you hear this and so I'm gonna I'm gonna bring him downstairs he's he's up stairs now we're in the number one the first house in America the the the room where that native American peace treaty was signed where the first election happen in America somewhere around the front lawn of this house is where the actual the thanksgiving the first thanksgiving happened and there's a reason why we need to know about the pilgrims a very important reason and it's a reason that we found out from Abraham Lincoln as well and it changed the course of the civil war and we'll talk about that coming up in just a second okay your budgets can stretch a little thin as we head toward the holiday season you should be saving money but that's easier said than done most times life is always.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Lady in home in Plymouth Massachusetts and Plymouth is this amazing town but then I've never been to and I came here Saturday and it was it was a it was a long trip this weekend because I stopped somewhere else it will talk about later but I I got here Saturday and it's such a strange place because everywhere you look everywhere your look something really important happened in this home that I'm I'm sitting in this is where the first peace treaty happened the first peace treaty with the native Americans the first election in America happened in this room this is the this is called plot number one and it's the first street in America and the first home in America right out the street is looking out the windows I can see Plymouth rock from here it's literally a stone throws away from Plymouth rock it is right on the water and the front yard is where they think the first thanksgiving actually happened kind of a historic place next hour I want to talk to you about the pilgrims and what isn't being talked anymore this is this town is I think like the rest of America except on steroids because the people who are here who know the truth about the pilgrims are on fire they it is this group of people up here that are holding down the fort for the pilgrims are truly remarkable people I I haven't been around people like this in a very long time that really really no history know what they've been called to do have a plan and are doing it and are so filled with love for other people and it's working there is the other side of town that either just doesn't care maybe you've lived here for a long time and you know I've seen it all and whatever yada yada yada pilgrim's or they are really standing in the way of telling the truth about the pilgrims one of the guys who I was with who will talk about later was was actually in Holland and he came here from Holland because he was doing some research on the pilgrims and trying to get a reason from the the pilgrim museum which I think is like a phone booth yeah you know from from where they launched and and there's one guy who you know was like oh my gosh somebody just ring the bell they came in they want to hear about the pilgrims and so he he went over there and he was asking their experts why he did the pilgrims come here and the answers are crazy truly truly crazy well because there was an economic recession coming over all so as to escape an economic recession they decided to go to a place to where they thought they could be scalped and eaten hello okay that makes sense I know that's that's the first thing I do Hey there might be a recession let's get on to a rickety leaking boat and cross the who should and you know where half of us are probably gonna die because that's the way it is is exactly you know a nice tour ship but you're going on and then we're going to go to a place where there's native Americans and they usually kill all of the people that are on the ship but at least we won't experience that recession why did they come here and what has been lost and why is thanksgiving so important and what are the people here doing they are holding the fort and they're actually making progress here so we'll get into that here in a in a little while and tell you something that I have felt for a while now I have was supposed to do and so we are going to be doing that and it involves next summer but it's really a year long event and we'll talk about that coming up in in just a little while Pat gray is joining us because do is faking an illness I think he works he works less than Johnny Carson used to work when he was doing the show and so Pat welcome to the program how are you good I'm the star calling I'm gonna start saying that stew is filling in for Pat shortly a couple of things Pat first of all Nancy Pelosi I think has I think they I think all of the Republicans on this impeachment hearing have really lost it I don't think they even know what reality is anymore Nancy Pelosi is now saying that trump withheld the money from Ukraine for Putin could we play this audio please listen to this for a long time Justin chill with the twenty fourth of September it was when I called for a fuller expansion of that with it in the car was going on like to proceed with enquiring and that kind of changed our communication until that day in the room when I said all rose Mister president with you lied to prove whether it's giving them a strong foothold in the Middle East by what you did with Turkey and Syria well what you did by withholding of grant a whistle holding eighty two military assistance voted by Congress to Ukraine to the benefit of two one thousand one like thirteen thousand by now you can have died at the hands of the Russians I need it that military aid and with his disparaging remarks about NATO and questioning our commitment to NATO that's to pollutants advantage so I.
Some states forgo Columbus Day for Indigenous Peoples' Day
"Christopher Columbus arrived in the Bahamas five hundred twenty seven years ago this week unleashing a brutal genocide that killed tens of millions of native people across the hemisphere well cities and states across the United States are acknowledging this devastating history by rejecting the federal holiday of Columbus day and celebrating indigenous peoples day instead to honor centuries of indigenous resistance Alaska Maine Minnesota New Mexico North Carolina South Dakota Vermont in Wisconsin of all officially recognized indigenous peoples day so more than a hundred thirty cities and counties from Los Angeles San Francisco and Dallas to smaller places like living sting Kentucky and Harpers ferry West Virginia last week Washington DC became one of the latest to recognize the holiday Washington DC the district of Columbia takes its name from Columbus in a statement before the vote DC council member at large David Grosso said quote Columbus day was officially designated as a federal holiday in nineteen thirty seven despite the fact Columbus did not discover North America despite the fact millions of people were already living in North America upon his arrival in the Americas and despite the fact the Columbus never set foot on the shores of the current United States Columbus and slave colonized mutilated a MasterCard thousands of indigenous people in the Americas he set the movement to replace Columbus day gain momentum in nineteen ninety two the five hundredth anniversary of Columbus's arrival when Berkeley California became the first city to make the change earlier protests inspired the movement including the annual national day of mourning and Plymouth Massachusetts held on thanksgiving to challenge the myth of peaceful coexistence between native people in the English settlers the programs well today native American communities are celebrating indigenous people stay across the country with sunrise ceremonies at New York city's Randall's island to California's Alcatraz island the former prison and site at the historic native American occupation in protest against US treatment of indigenous people fifteen years ago well for more we go to Iago we Henning oaks she is snipe clan Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee confederacy and executive director of the American Indian community house here in New York City we welcome you to democracy now it's great to have you with us on can you talk about the significance of this day we're here in New York there is a statue to Christopher Columbus in Columbus circle and it is not one of those cities that is recognizing indigenous peoples day well this day indigenous peoples day is it's indigenous peoples day every day for for me and my community you know we have to fight colonization and and try to maintain our identity every single day because it's been stripped away from us Terrel efforts and I guess just what what we've been through and what's been taken from us from Columbus and his crusade at the American Indian community house one of my goals is to to sort of reclaim space our culture and and find a place and presence within society today so for us it's it's not just a day to celebrate Austin's a date to remind everybody else to to take responsibility and step up and recent things like the doctrine of discovery you wrote about the native American population in New York and the New York Daily News articles what New York city's indigenous people deserve you explain that among cities New York has the largest population of indigenous peoples can you explain the diversity of this population well from what we know at the community house we represent up to seventy three different tribal nations in New York City and based on the census there's a hundred and eighteen thousand native Americans in New York City overall the entire native population in the US seventy percent of the natives of the native population are urban natives and New York City being the largest population of all of all urban natives so for us to be here and to not have a permanent space or on a native center or on any sort of equity and Justy raced out of society and culture it's it's it's a tough time for us right now right now it's like we're fighting every single day with the system and we're not heard of you know but days like this indigenous peoples day as a reminder to everybody else that we're still here can you explain what the matter how to fund is all of the matter how to find is great so that was a few people on what what we call settlers using a language if you visit the site at Manhattan fund dot org they approach the community house and worked with a few of our board members and try to figure out a way that they could contribute to the native American community in New York City and together with all their good minds they came up with this find ominous a sort of campaign where you can donate you could donate five dollars ten dollars or a larger amount on you can do this online you could make a pledge which would be every single month sort of like the Bernie campaign he knowing twenty four dollars a month that one initial investment or it can carry on through the whole year it's that's what it is you speak we are going to run a slide show that was taken yesterday at Randall's island and if you can talk about the ceremonies that are taking place right now as we speak there is sunrise ceremony in both at Randall's island and also Alcatraz across the country fifty and this is the period fifty years ago of uprising well this is a big here fifty years their fifty year anniversary for Alcatraz is the fifty year anniversary for the American Indian community house with all their ceremonies we celebrate life we celebrate what creation has given to us we celebrate on the waters the earth the moon the stars the sky's the animals all things that we depend on a need and co exist with equally on an Alcatraz from what I know they are they are taken canoes and they're going to the visit the island and they're having their ceremony there in unison with the ceremonies that are happening here also the doctrine of discovery if you could explain what that is last year representatives of indigenous groups in the US and Canada went to the Vatican to request or contraction of the doctrine of discovery explain well that was that's the beginning of it all in fourteen ninety three that's when the doctrine of discovery was was created hope Alexander the sex of all yeah yeah and what that does is that gives the minion for white men or for Christians over non Christians rather indigenous people us if you're not Christian if you're not Christian people you're not considered humans or there's nobody there occupying that land or own can we basically can't have title to land if for indigenous and non Christian and that's all I'm always been the root cause of all of this right now colonization that's the number one tool finally the American Indian community house that you are the head of its also the fiftieth anniversary yeah explain its origins and what you're doing well fifty years ago on they're basically doing battle in the same fight where we are today we're trying to reclaim our culture were trying to maintain our presence and trying to exercise exercise our strength and authority for the future and trying to regain title also and one of those ways is down for me one of the directions I want to focus on is bring attention to the doctrine of discovery well throughout the past fifty years it's been a little bit of a struggle there was some support and now there's none fifty years later on the community house is in a place where we have little to no funding ninety seven percent of our of our own funding was taken from us in two thousand seventeen by by the federal government sold so here we are today which coincides exactly with the time that indigenous people around the country have been leading the struggle against extractive industries and yeah are in the forefront of the battle for around the climate crisis yeah yeah were a threat the moment things like the doctrine of discovery I rescinded fat challenges all title of land in a story well I want to thank you so much for being with us Iago a hand that folks is snipe clan the Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee confederacy executive director of the American Indian community house in
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"It in the history books at all it that the Puritans the bigger ones and of course the some of the things that took place later on second third generation the horrific things that took place are you are given most of the let's say the print in in books today but we want to say look there were some good things that happened there are people that were willing to sacrifice both sides both native and and English and we wanna exams wait those things why not him down to our children and our grandchildren the good things that did take place and just say look there's hope for the future we can learn and we can get along with people we differ with we don't have to be calling each other's names just because we differ on something we want to work for not only a great harmony and unity in the town of Plymouth and that's happening it's exciting to see we're working with a Plymouth four hundred were working with other organizations here this and I'll tell you it is a it is a powerful time and we're gonna see we were praying that we were going to see some powerful things of people going to say Hey you know what Americans can work together you know what people can do it and just like those pilgrims who everything went wrong with them and turned out right why not get that kind of a an area know someone said to me will cheat everything's all about war and battles today suggesting the program's wrote this we were armed with faith and patience against grim and grizzly face of poverty well you know what we can be arm that way again and overcome these obstacles and see great things so I'm excited about what's happening and at the well I don't know how to people go and how to people find out they go right to our website P. L. Y. M. R. O. C.. E. Kay dot org Plymouth rock dot org and they could they're gonna find on the website is gonna be populated very soon they're gonna be able to reserve tickets to the various events the towers the seminars and find out what's going on in Plymouth Massachusetts after all it's America's.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"About you. And that brand new house. No one has lived in before. And right now, we're going to dig deeper as you might say into the landscaping and look at what today's buyers want when they professionally landscape the yard if their brand new house for that. We're joined once again by Bob man, a landscaping expert with the national association of landscape professionals. Bob's an expert in the science of soil management and crop production. And he has three decades in the landscaping industry. So Bob, let's talk about what's hot in landscape design in two thousand nineteen starting with outdoor entertainment areas. Are they hot? I say, it's just it's amazing. Some of the things that I see the members of our association installing living-rooms on the outside. That are just absolutely fantastic extensions of the home. Really? I mean, you just walked from the interior to the X Jerry with the amenities that could put in band tastic stuff. The possibilities are nearly endless. Interesting now in your area on Cape Cod. You might not have this. But plenty of parts of New England. Have rocks in their landscaping. And I'm talking about big rocks. Is that hot? Oh, it's amazing. You know that serves as an anchor to design around if you have a rocket cannot be boobs, or you know, cost you millions of dollars to do. So. Landscape around it what you can do that. If you if you have somebody that has a great high for such things that you can have that rock almost I don't wanna say disappear, but just almost seem as though it was planned to be there. And that's a fun thing. I've seen so many of those in my travels that have been just wonderful focal points of the landscape. That's great. How about these little private garden? Getaways are people ordering those as well back in one in Plymouth, Massachusetts that was you know, sort of an urban setting, and you would never know it was there. But when you walk in it is truly a room in the landscape do the shaped white pie. She don't they were sheared. Nobody does share pines. I he did. And they were just wonderful a water feature with you not only visually stunning. But it also gave some sounds in the background but pleasing sound sitting. Areas with some very base cheap furniture, plus privacy, either you had it was sort of walled off from the world. You know, it was fresh air sunshine, but it was just another room in your house. And it was always a pleasant place to visit. I see now is your association the national association of landscape professionals. Are they having a lot of requests for sustainable landscaping as well that is certainly the buzzword that we currently have. And rightly so you want to have a landscape that is environmentally friendly. In other words, if you think about the lawn, for instance, you want to have, you know, to be digitally studying, but at the same time healthy, not only for yourself, but for the bar, which is well, you want to you have wants to have very low inputs useless, water use less fertilizer, but at the same time, you know, are healthy, and you have the church grass readers have done a wonderful job of answering the call, and I've seen a lot of the new varieties. Are probably five to ten years out as their research stages in the things that are coming are remarkable as to how good they look under such low maintenance conditions interesting and Bob the last question for you about my personal favorite are rose bushes. Still a big deal in landscaping. Well, I live here on Cape Cod. And you know, the rose bushes here. The roads are are everywhere and sister, it's a wonderful thing. I think it's certainly a nation and a lot of places that people just love having roses and cultivating them, but landscape to be as always enhanced with watch. Clutch roses someplace with it at we'll Bob I can't thank you enough for joining us on the show today and talking about not only what's trending in landscape design, but how to get going if you wanna landscape your brand new home. Thank you. It's been a pleasure to be with you. We're delighted you could join us. Bob, man, landscaping expert and agronomist with the national association of landscape professionals..
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Some are ESPN t. CBS Eight fifty two here at CBS FM She's. Here they Al Sharpton spelling John hoops You know and I feel bad when I misspell. Stuff at. Least I don't go on record I feel bad You know People think that golf is a non, context board but most of the time, it is but I've had a couple of injuries. Over the have you really over my short. Golf career I got hurt. Wants to I got hit by. Gough, all oh Didn't hear. The. Four Really the nail bar The out, a green for somebody and then I don't know where one hit me. Right in the knee Right now yeah You, didn't hit well did it if? There's other places I'm glad it didn't hit me southers mash golf club. In Plymouth Massachusetts. Over the weekend an argument between two golfers turned bloody one of the guys bit off the other players. Fingers Recall the southers March Marsh golf club around six thirty altercation between two players a forty seven year old man who was not identified? Arrested at the scene, charged with mayhem firefighters never heard? That charge for firefighters arrived at the scene discovered the victim had one. Of his thumbs. Bitten off the knuckle ads difficult the whole that club will they be able to reattach it I think it's gone.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"I got my dream job screen, whatever you want to. Actually, we don't care. Hey, just scream yeehaw if you're from the south, you know, rock on if you're from the seventies and eighties, I don't know. I just scream whenever you want to scream the shows about you eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven. How about let's talk some more people. Let's let's let's just be encouraged together show. This is a big fun party right here. All right. We go to on of the most famous places in America. Plymouth Massachusetts, where Kristen is on the line. Kristen, you're on the Ken Coleman show. I can't. How are you? I'm in my sweet spot Kristen. How are you? I'm very well. Thank you. Good. So what's going on? I have some career confusion. I need your guidance. I right. So where what are you confused about? Well, my my first sweet spot has been apparent and I've done that successfully. Thank you for twenty one years and my youngest son is team, so it's time that I start to think about myself a little bit here now. So so not only is he going to leave in this, you're going to jump out of. Nest as well l. yes. Well, tell me what you're thinking about. So I have some top talents and skills, and I have some passion and I actually just started back at school in September with a criminal Justice major. I just I just don't know the direction I need to take the career to or for just for fun since you've done your homework, talk about prepared. Kristen is on it today folks. Let's let's go through your top talents just so we see where we can line up and brainstorm. Okay, give you top talents..
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Let's jump over now the telephone bill he's in plymouth massachusetts welcome to the show bill how are you good thanks how can we ask you about life insurance with living benefit writers do you like them you're not like them tell us more about what you mean by life insurance with a living benefit writer what what type of a quote unquote living benefit writer are you talking about ones i've been hearing about if something happens to you if you get cancer or some sort of disability that you can access the policy without dying right away so let me tell you why these features now exist it started during the aids crisis back in the nineteen seventies and eighties we had shockingly for no understandable reason a lot of young americans dying and it was inexplicable and the disease was not only fatal it lasted for years and during this period these patients were unable to work unable to earn a living and because they were young they often didn't have many assets so they lose their job because they're too ill to work and they don't have any assets to fall back on and they were literally in poverty which was a real compounding of of the health crisis they were facing but they did own a life insurance policy often a policy that had been provided to them by their former employers well wasn't doing them any good to have a death benefit because they were a single they didn't have any children there were no heirs and they had one hundred thousand our life insurance policy and they're saying to themselves wouldn't it be great if i could tap into that hundred grand now because i need it now in my final years of life to help me be more comfortable as i'm frankly dying and there was no real provision for providing them with access to that policy and along came this new cottage industry called the vehicle settlement industry also the life settlement industry which was basically this investors came along and said look you've got a life expectancy of two years we'll buy your hundred thousand dollar policy from.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on Rotated Views
"Start with a clean sleek compared to what they had their like building wise i mean so yeah so it's just like breezy the pilgrims arrive to plymouth massachusetts in sixteen twenty sixteen twenty number two the first the first colony was founded in virginia is sixteen or seven yeah they had i mean there were here and like great britain like the redcoats were if you're from there and you did something wrong they would literally send for you on a boat and they would try to trial like have a trial with over there yeah 'cause it was sold by the king of english is crazy we're nowhere near dude imagine that now do they do that by boat found people do you can't find some people now like i know she with technology exactly that's crazy yeah i i don't know how they tried people and all this other stuff but we talked about to just with technology and the stuff that you can do and get away with beth then so do we different than obviously crimes change with you know crime shames with the times but it's true like a basic robbing a bank there's no you know there was no cameras or anything like yeah you put a handkerchief over your mouth and you just you know tip down your cowboy hat or whatever i know i'm being like so they they will will suffer suffer superficially western types though winning zoom that's based on something it wasn't just.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Good for all of us to do thank you chris in plymouth massachusetts hello chris hey good evening morning what our jobs we wanted kuala or you fine thank you what's undermined um yeah i i'm all for paying it forward you know do a nice things for people but the drive through thing i don't know it just it it um it drives me crazy like this really the only person do anything is the first person abide somebody a cup of coffee everybody else is getting a cup of coffee phrase unto just buying another one somebody else hydronau pitchers my opinion like i've done things stop on the side of the high somebody who with a top you don't put a flat tire on things out at old dose everybody the papal thing but um yeah i don't know the drive through thick registering re why is it as an idea you just don't like the idea i just i don't get it it's no i i i like the 20dollarbill woman did you know in um 'cause they're not necessarily gonna do the same exact thing like the coffee thing i really think the first person that does it was nice and bought a cup of coffee with somebody but them as they continue we go down the why you're getting a cup of coffee and then you're just buy a cup of coffee it doesn't seem like a pay for type of thing i don't know okay everyone has their own thoughts of the uh your own contribution to some form of paying it forward thank you chris andrew south like texas you're on the radio sing my call our years ago back in the city i had a job where i had to drive all night but two hundred miles the night in los angeles down to orange county and going down the 405 there's always somebody on the side of the road leading some help but i'd always stop i'd say over the three years i was running that route i'd probably stops a couple of hundred times.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on WCTC
"Night many vacation smugglers notch vermont and our bonus prize for today's winner only that is coming up a little later this morning our phone number here is 7325459282 8885459282 in if you got some sort of a alexa enabled the vice maybe he got one for hannuka or maybe you're gonna get one for christmas you want to be able to listen to wctc and that don't you of course will go to our website wctc a and dot com all the instructions are right there and how to properly as they say enable the skill so you could hear a wctc and your alexa raquel good morning to you just two things that today national date nut bread day they against a date night and day night air airheaded embedded dayton aren't they not bread yeah the origins are unknown of dayton not bread is what sound good in and four father's day or father's day okay we're apparently they mark the original landing at plymouth massachusetts her can that happen on december 21st for said back and 1620 i guess they take a data maybe grab a nap and then this celebrate the next day okay but apparently it still mark do you think when they when the dock landed at they said all this is great were close to the equator tropical weather a beautiful weather every day and then they opened up the door and there were in plymouth massachusetts in december i said i told you to make a left maybe that that's have fair hat but just a few things of that were marking today let's get the news with rebel it's six thirty but top names in sports and entertainment with rich weekdays noon to three on the voice of central jersey 1450 wctc new brunswick a beasley media group station.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Thanksgiving day is an open wound for some native american they call it a national day of mourning native american tribes from around new england gather every year on the national thanksgiving day holiday in the town of plymouth massachusetts where the pilgrims settled they say it's a day to remember the disease racism and oppression that european settlers brought with them to america spokesman woonahm and james says native people have no reason to celebrate the arrival of the pilgrims in his words today we say no thanks no giving i'm rita foley a homeless man in new haven connecticut who found a ten thousand dollar cheque and return it to its owner because he wanted to do the right thing has been rewarded with housing and a job interview real estate agent roberto hosking lost the check and she has arranged for elmer alvarez do have a place to live and lined up an interview for him with one of her business partners i'm ed donahue ap radio news at cover california we're not just here to help you get health insurance we are here to help you get it at a lower cost nine out of ten enroll is qualified for financial help paying for their plan you may qualify for savings even if you didn't last year so check for yourself or but our experts help you find out how much you could save life can change in an instant be covered when it does covered california it's more than just healthcare it's life care visit covered see acom today enroll by december 15th.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Thanksgiving day is an open wound for some native americans they call it a national day of mourning native american tribes from around new england gather every year on the national thanksgiving day holiday in the town of plymouth massachusetts where the pilgrims settled they say it's a day to remember the disease racism and oppression that european settlers brought with them to america spokesman woonahm and james says native people have no reason to celebrate the arrival of the pilgrims in his words today we say no thanks no giving i'm rita foley a homeless man in new haven connecticut who founded ten thousand dollars shack and returned it to the owner because he wanted to do the right thing has been rewarded with housing and a job interview real estate agent roberto haas gate lost the check and has arranged for elmore alvarez to have a place to live in lined up an interview for him with one of her business partners i'm ed donahue ap radio news look at hardy's we think that if you're hungry and you have five bucks you deserve a satisfying meal like one of our new fivedollar allstar meals loaded with american classic fucking charm world doubled cheeseburger dogged rise drink even a warm cookie but hey that's not your thing could always breakouts your degree a menu engineering piece something together from the other guys value menu or just swing by harding's get yourself a real me the fivedollar allstar meals there's no better way to spend five bucks pricing disparagement chrysler in less than one exxon wound.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Sky and what does he do you got your tooth have broken off it's the year six twenty euro comey itchy and uh and he is a you got us to thing going on what can you do really urged minute guy says uh we'll hear a put this leave on the side of your head and he's got a ball with a further and maybe some of the making smokers waving the smoke on you know one thing leads to another shortly rapidly you come down with an app says can't get the tooth out you die your 24 years old i mean that was reality in the indian realm they didn't even have bow dryers man they didn't have stratocaster fender guitar anything they didn't have any and while her asleep at night no lights no street lights uh the tribe next door would come in and still your horses in your women you wake up cold cover would do yeah those are the day so the pilgrimage pilgrims came here and thus slowly but surely they said in place western civilization which indians greatly benefit from today whole yeah but anyway this monument to the forefathers and the pilgrim monument what do you want to but at some point some my antifer slash black lives matter psychotic makes a case returned this donor taken the down this is a gorgeous uh you do get you can see pictures of it but it does do it justice again allerton street in plymouth massachusetts you're welcome and again what's his name narrow i think this is the movie that kurt cameron uh did on this you called a monumental get a monument monumental and i'll make sense pretty sure this.
"plymouth massachusetts" Discussed on Human Race
"And it's especially hard to think about how it would have changed his relationship with his son these are just giving into his teenage years of all i think with a dismiss so much of his life that you know he doesn't really know me you know and he's old enough to be able to develop zone thoughts and opinions on things and i think he might just uh oh be confused and maybe harbour some resentment you know toward the missing out on so much of his life all keith doesn't have any contact with his son but he's hoping that will change first order of business is just getting back to some sense of normalcy and trying to build the life that a you know i should have started on a dozen years ago in an unjust working part time uh i have no license no vehicles so at work in getting all those things i need fine fulltime stable employment is currently working attempt job at a factory making plastic containers he's hoping it will turn into a permanent gig for all the difficulties had settling back into life one thing has gone well as running every day after he got out he went for a run averaging six miles a day on weekends he go for longer runs up to fifteen miles he was training for his next marathon really his first official marathon which was signed up to run just three weeks after his release the miles standish marathon in plymouth massachusetts i was going into this marathon a pretty is little nervous in odd never done something like this before it's now doing one on a treadmill inside a penal facilities is way different than your running one out here with you know a ton of other people keith and his family booked a couple of hotel rooms in drove up to plymouth the day before the drive the course scope it out now we took a took a drivethrough route neil followed the hold marathon course the good ninety of what i was up against us and one of the fairest thoughts that crossed my mind when we started driving a chorus was how healy it was.