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Fresh "Puerto Rican" from Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:28 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh "Puerto Rican" from Morning Edition

"City has the biggest municipal workforce in the entire country but over the last year it's been dramatically shrinking WNYC's Elizabeth Kim explains why Last fall when mayor Bill de Blasio ended remote work for all city workers protests erupted in front of city hall Jeremiah cedeno was among the city workers who showed up that day The 34 year old has worked in three city agencies over the last four years and the work has always felt like a higher calling I'm originally from the south Bronx Born and raised in The Bronx my family's Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian you know so looking for opportunities to give back to my community means a lot to me At the human resources administration which oversees public assistance cedeno helps people living in shelters find permanent housing It's literally phone banking landlords and brokers It's literally calling case managers All things that I can do from home Things that he can do from home 8 months later many city workers are still trying to convince city hall to let them work remotely an option that a lot of private employers are offering Some say that the city's refusal to allow remote work and a strong job market are driving municipal employees to quit There are around 282,000 full-time city workers Prior to the pandemic that number was above 300,000 When you look at this in the larger context of many years of monthly data these declines are pretty abnormal Robert Callahan is an analyst at the independent budget office who studies city employment trends You wouldn't see such a significant and steady decline in normal times As a candidate Eric Adams said he was open to considering a remote work for city workers but that changed once he took office You can't stay home in your pajamas all day You need to be out cross pollinating ideas interacting with humans It is crucial with social creatures The battle will likely play out in the months ahead as the mayor sits down with the unions for contract talks In the meantime even those who love their jobs are assessing their options This week cedeno started a new job working for a nonprofit that offered him a higher salary and the option to work from home Elizabeth Kim WNYC news Warn Ukraine and uncertain Iran nuclear deal more than a dozen missile tests at North Korea this year It's heart pounding stuff and begs the question is it time to talk about disarmament Marissa masria cats reports on a public art project in Times Square that raises that question In the valley below Times Square's electrified billboards and towering skyscrapers is a 30 foot tall inflatable sculpture that looks like a bouncy castle shaped like a nuclear mushroom cloud At the very top are big black letters that demand zero nukes in the 8 languages of the country's thought to have nuclear weapons If you care about the environment there will be no environment to save if a nuclear weapon goes off or if you care about social justice there will be no society left after nuclear war That's Pedro Reyes the Mexican.

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In Terms of Voter Integrity, Can the U.S. Learn From Puerto Rico?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 4 months ago

In Terms of Voter Integrity, Can the U.S. Learn From Puerto Rico?

"Voter integrity laws in the United States are hugely controversial by which I mean that they have the left and the media left. Screaming, I just saw in social media. Elizabeth Warren, you know what these laws are about. They're about suppressing the vote. They're suppressing women to suppressing persons of color, they're suppressing college students, and so we have this kind of drum beat to the effect that the very nominal measures that are being taken in a number of states to protect the vote are somehow voter suppression. Now, there's a very interesting article. This is actually from AEI. And it's a long time since I, well, I don't even know if I've ever cited in the AEI report on the podcast. Which kind of gives you an idea of how out of it AEI is generally now as a so called think tank. But this is an interesting article. It's about voting laws and Puerto Rico. And this is written by a guy who lives in Puerto Rico, so he actually knows what he's talking about. And I want to highlight a few items. He goes first, you have to obtain a voter ID card before you can vote in Puerto Rico. He goes, this is the laminated photo ID with holograms in a barcode. It's completely separate ID from your driver's license. It's a voting ID. And he says to get the voter ID, you go to a voter registration office, you got to bring your birth certificate and another photo ID or your passport, as well as proof of being a Puerto Rican resident like your property bead or utility bill. So he says, then when you show up to vote, he goes to inspect your voter ID card and they scan the barcode. And he says, not only that, they also scan your hands with the blacklight to make sure you haven't already voted. So there's actually a kind of Mark that is deposited in your hands once you vote and you make sure you can't vote twice because it will, it will be highlighted by the scanner. Then they find your name on a list of registered voters. And on this list, your name has your picture next to it so that they can match your picture on the photo with your voter ID

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Love them too. Bleacher tweets already buster bleacher tweets for a lovely Thursday of the 23rd and real quick on the 25th Christmas Day. The annual NBA tradition continues with 5 of the best gifts that anyone could ask for, the star stud schedule starts at noon eastern 9 a.m. Pacific on ESPN with the hawks taking on the Knicks at Madison Square Garden, then over on ABC, the Celtic square off against the bucks, followed by the sun's hosting the warriors. Later on ESPN and ABC, the nets battle the Lakers with the day capped off by the Mavs clashing with the jazz at ten 30 eastern 7 30 Pacific on ESPN. I will be watching about 85% of that and I believe that you should as well. Let's head over to the tweets. First up, my guy PK Steinberg writes in. Do the players get paid next year if there is a delay to the season or God forbid no season. I'm wondering how motivated they are. If their wallets will be hurt or does it not matter, for example, Scherzer's going to get his 43 million no matter what? That is a question. He follows up with I genuinely don't know how it all works, but it's something I'd love to know. What do you think? No, the players don't get paid unless they're specific language in the contract. For example, in 2020, Dylan botanists had language that he got paid early in the year. So even though he had the pandemic and the 60 game season, he got the bulk of his money, but no, by and large, players are not paid. I mean, 99.9% of the players are not paid during this time. And it's a big deal. If you're on the owner's side, that leverage potentially you have to hope that the players make a deal and on the players side, the fact that the owners potentially are losing money with the fact that they're not selling tickets now that might lose games during the regular season and you'd hope that loss of revenue on both sides compels them both to the table. Last tweet for the show, David at baseball fan 1918 writes in hey buster. Now that book is officially the mets manager next year, how do you think he will put his stamp on filling out the roster with either free agents or trades? When the lockout is over. Yeah, there's no doubt I think he's going to have a big voice in building the mets bullpen once the free agency period starts again. And let me tell you something. I mean, that's what buck is known for. He is excellent at running a bullpen and the mets clearly are just going to keep on spending when baseball resumes. And the group that is the largest of unsigned players are relievers. They should do great. And I bet you buck will be calling Billy epler every two minutes saying, what about this guy? What about that guy? What do you think about getting that guy? I think they could build a great bullpen with buck having a voice in that conversation. Great point buster. Thanks for writing in everyone. Hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter and please follow rate interview this podcast wherever you listen to your podcast, and if you're visiting with friends and family over the next couple of days, just they might be baseball fans. They might like to hear these tremendous interviews we had today. So do tell a friend or family member if they enjoy baseball as well. That's it for today. That's it for this year, right? We're not doing a podcast next week. Nope, we are taking the week off. I know you're a little bit mad about him, but mustard 'cause you love the grind, but I think this'll be good for you, honestly. Yeah, I think we'll be good too. And it'd be good for everybody to take a break and roll across our fingers that when the next time we have a podcast and the first week of January, that they'll actually be some progress in the labor talks. My thanks today to Steve blast to Joey Cora. David marinus and Taylor have a great day to everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe, don't get COVID. And remember, Hayden inequality based on skin color is something that we need to fight against every single day. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight podcast. If you're playing fantasy baseball, check out the fantasy focus podcast wherever you listen to podcast. The baseball tonight podcast some love him. He's a football God. And some hate him. You Tom Brady, can I say that? But no matter how you feel, you know his name. Tom Brady. Tom Brady pop up Brady. But what can we learn from Tom's career about the world and about ourselves? From religion of sports and ESPN+, this is man in the arena. Listen and follow now on Apple podcast Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Obviously. But not as many newspapers, obviously no social media or nothing like that. But it was cordial to everybody and he met he made everybody feel comfortable. Even though he was a, like I said before, the biggest superstar, the most important guy in Puerto Rico, he did act like it. He had like he was just, you know, anybody else. And he made everybody else feel very comfortable with him and my dad's always said that he was so humble. Even though he was a superstar that he wanted everybody to all of us to make sure that we try to follow that path. So I'm sure that you got to know Manny seeing guillen long before you joined the pirates, but even then he was someone who always had a presence has always had a presence with the pirates, Steve blast, David Mariners, were talking about Manny being just so devastated, feeling like he had lost his big brother. Have you ever spending time talking with Manny about those days after when he was out swimming around looking for clementi? Without a doubt, especially when I joined the parrots on a third base coach. And even as a manager manager, I talked to many. Because I wanted to know, but, you know, from himself, you know, from his mouth, what was that all about? I heard all the stories and the fact that he went there and scuba diving trying to find his body all that stuff and he told me he said it right to my face or everything that I went through at that time. And there's another guy that is a tough guy, but when you start talking about Clemente and what happened that day, he started crying, you know, and you can see that the paints that he feels every time he needs to talk about Roberto Clemente. That was his big big brother. Maybe a father figure for many. And to this day, he reveres. And he loves the guy. Literally he was trying to find him. He always thought he was going to be able to do it. He wanted to be the one that saved clementa because in many ways he feels like Clemente safe him. You know, while he was playing and he did a lot of things for many that are not too many people would have done and he helped money to become a big leaguer. So that he is. And money is a great great person. Well, he always credited clementa for to help him out to be the person that he is. So there's a lot of stories that money tells you about the on and off the field. And he's very interesting, but you know sometimes you try to stop because talking to him because I know he's very you can feel the pain in many sides that are one way he stuck when he talks about Clement. Well, he loves the guy. He loves again. Most of, you know, I'm assuming you probably didn't get a chance to see him play in person in the big leagues. Most of what you and I know at our age is from highlight clips, but you've played the game in an incredibly high level. You played with Ken griffey, junior, you played with Alex Rodriguez. When you watch those clips of Clemente, what's a play that just jumps out at you where you just like, oh my God. What are some of those observations you have as someone who's played so much baseball? Throw the throw from the corner and in the wars series, even though they got too third base, even though the guy was safe at third base, but when you see the highlight in the war series against the Orioles in 71 from the corner there to all the way in the air to third base, maybe a lot of us coaches and outfield culture would say that you shouldn't be throwing that ball to third. Because he was in a corner. I know shot. What he did was he was unbelievable. And then obviously the Homer to put the pirates ahead in our series in the 7th game and the athleticism that a guy but remember in 71 clementa was what the 38 years old, 37 years old, he was playing at a super high level at that time. He didn't have the help. You know, you know, all the equipment, all the nutritionists, all that kind of stuff that private planes, all that stuff, and he was playing on a super high level and a war series at that time. He was very productive. So that says a lot about what type of player he was and you know he clementi had all the parks and all that stuff that we have right now. Private planes, nutritionists and weight liftings and coaches, all that kind of stuff. Who knows, it would have been playing until he was like,.

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

08:35 min | 5 months ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"An associate editor of The Washington Post and the author of many books, including clementi, the passion and grace of baseball's last hero. David, how you doing? This is great, because you're great to be with you. Hope you enjoy it since I mentioned to you in the message I sent to you. When we get to this time of year every year, I always think back to being 8 years old and hearing the news about clementi, how did you what do you remember about the time you heard about that news from December 31st, 1972? Buster, I was 23 years old. I was the weekend and night voice of wib radio reading the news at night. And as I recall, it was, I was, you know, as a holiday, of course, is New Year's Eve and so I was working that night. And I remember I was in the small office with a with a teletype machine and it started playing as it does when there's something special coming over. And so I read as the type was punching out about Clemente's death. And he was my favorite player buster. I mean, I grew up in Wisconsin. I loved Henri urin and the Milwaukee braves. Were inspired lubert, Billy bruton, but there was something about clementi that just drew me to him. Every kid I think has someone whether it's an athlete or a singer or a writer who just has a special connection for them. And for me, that was Roberto Clemente for a lot of reasons, but in any case, what I saw, you know, I was overwhelmed with grief. And I turned that grief into action. And I had a 5 minute newscast that night and I devoted the entire newscast to Roberto Clemente. So I'm sure the listeners, if they're worried, what the heck is he doing? But that's how much he meant to me. Well, I don't know if you saved a copy of what you said on air or if what you remember about that, but was it difficult to get through for you? It was difficult, you know, that was the beginning of my career as a journalist. As a journalist, you learn how to separate briefly your personal feelings for what you're doing at the moment. But yeah, as I recall, I played a Puerto Rican song. I had some what they call actuality. I guess you would know that from radio of climate talking. I recalled his 1971 World Series and then just reported what the AP had at that point about the plane crash, which was not much. And so you know it was decades and decades later when I decided to do this book that I really uncovered the tragedy needless tragedy of that plane crash. So obviously your fandom was an initial inspiration for you and doing the book. Tell me, walk me through your thought process as you decide, okay, I'm definitely doing this. Well, you know, there are a lot of fleets that I root for, whether they're Green Bay Packers or Milwaukee Brewers, you know, my teams or other players that I like, but you know I'm never going to write a book about Aaron Rodgers or Brett Favre, but I wrote a book about Vince Lombardi, because he represented so much more about the mythology of competition and success in American life. And similarly, I thought Roberto Clemente was cheered to write about the sport that I love and about a human being that I was fascinated by. But also I had some larger themes to it about the role of Latino ball players in America, the role of immigrant migrant workers in a sense. He wasn't an immigrant because Puerto Rico was part of the United States. But he was a migrant worker plight is trade. He had to overcome two prejudices of both race and language, and he was that what I would call rare athlete who was growing as a human being as his talents were somewhat diminishing. So many athletes sadly, once their athletic talents are gone, their struggles, what to do with life, and I could see clementi learning and growing as he was getting older and becoming a more powerful figure politically as a humanitarian. And as a leader of people. Yeah, when we talked to Steve last yesterday, he mentioned that he wouldn't have been surprised if Clemente wanted to be in the governor of Puerto Rico. And he spoke to exactly what you mentioned that you couldn't take your eyes off him. He said, you know, he was a guy that he said, I'm a professional player and I couldn't take my eyes off him. As you were doing your research, what were some of the stories that really took your heart as you related talk to his former teammates about that night? December 31st. Well, all of them were completely broken up. I think blasted juicy and some guys were in a New Year's Eve party. Manny said guillen was just totally crushed. He was like, Clemente's big brother. Vic power had the great Victor power another player I loved in that era was had gone to Nicaragua with Clemente previously when they were running the Puerto Rican team in the Caribbean World Series. He sort of had this haunting feeling that something horrible had going on. It was an emptiness. Orlando subpoena described how New Year's Eve in Puerto Rico is usually the most joyous raucous evening of the year. And he felt this eerie quiet, even before he knew what had happened with that plane. Clementi was, you know, he was not a safe, even though he's now sort of regarded as one. In the Spanish speaking world and it Pittsburgh. He was a beautiful agitated contradictory on settled he was proud of everything, including himself, but he had this these characteristics that were transcended most ball players. And so they were by the time of 1972, he had matured to such an extent that every player on the pirates and most of the league were in awe of climate. And so it was stunning. Here's one of the od things about it is that he was like, it was impossible to believe that he was dead. The people of Puerto Rico thought they would come walking out of the sea. They waited along the shoreline for days afterwards, just thinking they clementi would still be alive. And yet, for his short life, he was always haunted by death and a fear that he would die young and often had nightmares that he would die in a plane crash. Can you relate the conversation he had with Manny sangin about what he did after the plane crash swimming and looking for clementi? To many chlamydia was everything. He was his big brother, his soulmate, and he went, you know, while the other pirates were mourning, Manny went into action. He went out in one of the boats, and went diving looking for the body. Day after day, and it was, you know, it was just he is one of those who couldn't believe that Clement could really be gone. And so he was, you know, it was both a physical search editable search for something that was that he couldn't believe was lost. Manny was the sort of Clemente was had a hidden sense of humor and joy of life. With Manny was all right out in the open. And so he was he was a boon to Quebec as well as COVID was a big brother to him. You know, I had read in your book about how long the grief lasted among the pirate players and then to hear Steve tell that story about going to spring training and then opening day and then it's just something they relive and relive and relive and continue to add grief..

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:17 min | 5 months ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"A biography about Manny saying guillen that as at memorial services going on, he actually was swimming and looking for the records of the plane and looking for signs of Roberto, correct? Yes, correct. And that wasn't that wasn't just one day or one hour or one afternoon. He was down there continually just devastated because he was a friend and of course he was a great mentor to many and all the Latinos that came to our ball club. And what a figure to help you adapt to the major leagues when you get called up or adapt to Pittsburgh and have him over there in your corner. And he was very attentive to all those guys. I mean, even before the World Series we played in 71, so at Jackie Hernandez, who weaver said, you can't win with Hernandez at short, and so symbolically, he was involved in the last out of the series. But the committee was that way so what a scenario for many saying in all the Latino guys to be introduced to Pittsburgh and the pirates in the city. Describe him as a teammate. What was he like on a day to day basis? I don't want to say the word inspirational, but you always, you were always watching him. I felt like I was there 8 years with him. And parts of others and just didn't want to take your eyes off. He was always impeccably dressed. I could have been a movie star, even at 38 when the accident had happened. A handsome man always well dressed, he carried himself with the, from all the books you read and David moranis book. He carried him with a presence that he didn't want to be around. It felt good-looking at him. And I wrote in a little book that I wrote, that I said, you know, he even had a presence kneeling in the on deck circle. But he was a cut above. You know where we were major league ball players. We had to be good to be there, but he seemed to exist on a higher level. As far as I felt, when I watched him when I wasn't pitching and watched him in the right field, I was delighted. But even when I wasn't pushing, sit in the bench, you want to watch everything he did, because he had this style and the way the basket catch the way he ran the bases. Even it didn't fly didn't have a big strategy galloped. But he always got there in time. So there were aspects of him. I watched him the way he handled the Clubhouse guys. And I got lucky. I'm from a small town in Connecticut. I got lucky to spend 8 years on. I always have told friends in the ask me about players. Said, look, they're just like everybody you work with at the office. They have insecurities. They have things that they have to work through, but there have been in my time covering baseball some exceptions. For example, I always felt that Derek Jeter knew when he was going to show up to the park and you know I don't mean that literally that he was going to get three hits that in a big moment that he was going to come through. Mariana Rivera had that. Without a doubt, you know, this absolute belief. And as I mentioned, I was 8 years old when clementi passed away. But that was my sense of him is that he had this tremendous inner strength yeah, yeah, collini was like that. I wasn't around in his early years, but by the time I got there, he was the man, you know, you either really started there. He got Bill mazursky there. But as a teammate, I was also a fan. And I expected him to get something special done each day and I felt that way about stars or two in a small way mass and walking in pitching and being on a team with three future Hall of Famers. But Klein had that different kind of presence that he carried himself with. And so when he came up to bat, you know, he's got a wise looks front foot. Looks like his neck is going to come unattached from his head as he gets ready to get involved. All those things, but they combined to have a package that you didn't want to miss. You don't want to miss anything about it. So I was expecting him to do well every night. And damned if he didn't. Most nights, as you say with Jeter and the Mariano Rivera's, there are those special people. But then you get into the personalities. And every one of them have their own unique personalities as did Clementine. So it was just fun to watch. What how would you describe his legacy in baseball? Well, you start with the fact that he was one of the first great Latino players. His legacy was. Some special to the city of Pittsburgh. We were lucky to have him. And a guy that was to me, I'll say that he was one of the most fascinating baseball players I was ever around. And I had the opportunity to watch maze late in his career and watch Henry Aaron a lot with I could talk hours about Aaron too. But clementi, he had that fascinating, he was exciting. Maze was exciting and I saw many every day. So his legacy to me is one of the most fascinating baseball players that I watched or was around. And the legacy too, then you go from that to the fact that he was aware of the world. Here is a part of his life. He was aware of the world around him, not just the world of baseball. He was aware, he always said, I relate to the people who struggle and he lived at. And died doing it. So there's that unique chapter of humanitarian humanitarianism that not everybody has. And.

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Day one to put a product out there that everybody can be proud of. You know, there's going to be people who are on the West Coast. Staying up to one or 2 o'clock in the morning to see how the mets did or do. And you know, I just want everybody embrace that responsibility. And Steve continues to eliminate excuses that we might have for things we can't do. The mets are going to be something that's very precious to the people that we bring in. And it's a great responsibility that I and we will take very seriously every day. And Taylor, you and I felt like we talked about this as soon as you got word that Luis Rojas was not going to return as the mets manager that buck was the perfect hire all along. You as an Orioles fan can relate. Yes, I think this is a great hire. I mean, he's a steady hand. I mean, there's no other, there's no better way to put it. I feel like he really was kind of weird issues that are very in, maybe he's got the magic touch and can iron them out. I think he's as good a choice as any. So good luck mets fans. First pitch is part of ESPN nation brought to you by Dr Pepper. College football is back and so are the fans. Return to glory with fans built by Dr Pepper, the one fans deserve. The Oakland athletics announced their new manager, Mark katse, of course, played for years in the big leagues and more recently has been the Oakland third base coach. Here's part of what kats had to say on his Zoom call with reporters. I really, really appreciate your words, David in terms of whether I was going to manage here in Oakland or whether I was going to manage somewhere else Oakland has always been open to giving me an opportunity to go through those processes. Which I truly believe I learned a great deal about myself, a great deal about what it takes to sit in this chair and to be responsible for leadership, which I'm very thankful to the a's. The Yankees have hired former Oakland third baseman Eric Chavez for their coaching staff. Baseball tonight is fueled by Gatorade. Gatorade's proven formula, whatever path you take, greatness starts with G really sad news earlier this week from the Detroit tigers first base coach Camaro bartie passed away at age 49, they did not disclose the cause of death saying only the bartee died suddenly Camaro Bart was someone who came up in the Orioles organization. I met him in the spring of 1995. What a great person, unbelievably sad to hear that news. Taylor, what else do you have? Buster just a couple things to note. Even though the holidays are going on and you might be, I see that to the listener, kicking it for a little bit and not going to the office, but we are still churning out a lot of content over here. Big one. We've got the college ball playoffs next weekend, so next week on ESPN's college football podcast, we will basically have the whole rotation back in order Mondays with Kirk Tuesdays with Pollock and Reese. Wednesdays with booger and Kevin and Thursdays with Kevin and Joey Galloway and they're gonna all preview the college football play off throughout the week so that should be really good. SV pod was great last night. Check that out and as well as Stanford Stephen bear, they're giving you all of their college football bowl picks. Check all of those out wherever you're consuming this podcast right now. Join house got some Chopra as he explores with Tom Brady is meant to football and the world in man in the arena, a new podcast from ESPN+ and religion of sports. A companion piece to Gotham's ESPN+ docuseries, this ten part podcast examines the improbable ripple effects of Brady's career. Things that have forced us to rethink everything we thought we knew about time, hatred,.

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Former HOT 97 Disk Jockey Jokes 'Biden Is the Rebound President'

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Former HOT 97 Disk Jockey Jokes 'Biden Is the Rebound President'

"When it gets out of hand it gets out of hand And one of the former jocks from that station he's a stand up comic And I follow him on Instagram And he had this joke It's like 20 seconds but it was so funny I want you to hear it Check this out Is that even He's nobody was happy that he won They were just happy Trump lost Biden's just rebound president But 2024 we want to get back with our ex come on Canada you ready for watching more America news So there you have it Even the comedians in New York City this guy's Puerto Rican guy on a hip hop station and was on a hip hop station and he's saying look Biden's the rebound president He's the one you know we broke up with Trump You go with the first good thing you think you see but eventually you dump Biden and you get back with your ex Trump in 24 I thought that was so funny because that's not me saying it These are regular everyday people you know from from the 5 boroughs that are

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Why Tucker Carlson Mocked Pete Buttigieg Over Highways and Racism

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 6 months ago

Why Tucker Carlson Mocked Pete Buttigieg Over Highways and Racism

"Here we have news. According to the Department of Transportation, the secretary, overpasses in New York, were designed to keep buses of black and Puerto Rican kits from getting to the beach. And here's the amazing part. Those very same overpasses somehow allow buses full of white kids to get through. That sounds like magic. How does it work? Well, it's possible the overpasses that Buttigieg referred to are actually draw bridges manned by vigilant bigots with binoculars. Here comes the Puerto Rican bus. Lower the overpass. You may laugh at a systemically racist country, it's entirely possible. Or maybe come to think of it the problem is the buses themselves in New York children of color are being herded into unusually tall buses like those top heavy double deckers they used to have in London at The Beatles sang about just to prevent them from reaching the ocean. You can't get to the beach in a bus like that. And we don't know exactly what's happening here, but we agree with people to judge 100% that it's morally wrong. It's not who we are. So thank Kevin. He's got a $1 trillion to get to the bottom of the racist road problem in this nation. Boy, that's the truth thanks to the Republicans who gave Biden and Pelosi a chance to crow about the infrastructure because now they can start with the racist bridges. And you obviously, I mean, we could joke and say they need to tear the bridges down. The way they tore the statues down, but all kidding aside, if the bridges, I can't believe I'm going to say this out loud. Seriously, they're going to come get me in a butterfly net. If the bridges are too low for the black and Puerto Rican busloads of children going to the beach, I guess we got to raise the

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CNN's April Ryan Asks Pete Buttigieg to Address the 'Racism' Built Into Our Roadways

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:20 min | 6 months ago

CNN's April Ryan Asks Pete Buttigieg to Address the 'Racism' Built Into Our Roadways

"So back to Tucker Carlson last night. So April Ryan is, you know, cooing and ooing and I over the transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg. Which I always love how so many people point out the former mayor of South Bend Indiana is now the transportation secretary. And of course he's weighing in on COVID. He's weighing in on racism. He's weighing in on everything except transportation. Now, having said that, I guess roads and bridges are ostensibly under his purview. So April Ryan asks Pete Buttigieg about the racist roads and bridges we've built. And he answers it answers in the affirmative. Now, I understand there is allegedly a history. I've seen the narrative that some of the planners who were building roads and bridges did some pretty bad things allegedly about where they placed the highways, but I had never heard that the bridges were intentionally built low so that bus loads of blacks and Puerto Ricans couldn't go to the beach. I'm not kidding you. This is so crazy. And well, let's play the exchange before we play Tucker, Yuri. Let's play April Ryan, asking the question that transportation that roads and bridges in America are racist. Here we go. Here's the answer from the transportation secretary when April Ryan. We actually had to put the question first. Do we have April's question? It's all out of order here for some reason. Let me get this. I guess we have a question on tape guys or no. All right, we'll get the question because the question is crazier than the answer. So she asks him, what about the inherent red I'm paraphrasing here about the racism that was inherent in the roads and the bridges that were built. Here's Pete Buttigieg's answer. As to where we target those dollars, you know, I'm still surprised that some people were surprised when I pointed to the fact that if a highway was built for the purpose of dividing a light in the black neighborhood or if an underpass was constructed such that a bus carrying mostly black and Puerto Rican kids to a beach or it would have been in New York was designed too low for it to pass by. But that obviously reflects racism that went into those design choices. I don't think we have anything to lose by confronting that simple reality. And I think we have everything to gain by acknowledging it and then dealing with it, which is why the reconnecting communities that $1 billion is something we want to get to work right away, putting the work. Well, I know how you fix it. You've got to tear the bridges down. You obviously have to take the bridges down. If Jefferson, if a statue of a confederate soldier needs to be torn down, you obviously have to tear down all the bridges that were built too low so that busloads of black and Puerto Rican kids couldn't go to Jones beach. Of course you gotta take the bridges down. And you probably ought to tear up the

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How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

Classics for Kids

02:03 min | 8 months ago

How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever

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How Are the Latinx Community Represented on TV

Latino USA

02:00 min | 9 months ago

How Are the Latinx Community Represented on TV

"Latino and latina representation in film and television is an age old conversation topic and despite some recent milestones. The numbers are still pretty disappointing. According to a recent study by the la times latinos and latinas are underrepresented across all aspects of television and film productions despite making up nearly twenty percent of the us population that dino's and latina's constitute only six percent of main cast members less than nine percent of writers seven percent of directors and six percent of senior executives. The presence of african and indigenous latinos in the industry is even smaller but statistics can only tell us so much how latino individuals and communities are portrayed. Onscreen is another part of the conversation. That's why today we're taking you behind the scenes with two award winning latino creators were breaking stereotypes about how our communities are depicted on television. Stephen canals and linda evatt charges. My name is steven canals. I am co-creator executive producer writer and director of the f. Extra series pose. The category is hosed centers. The black and latin queer and trans individuals who are part of the new york city. Underground ballroom community as they are navigating the difficulties of the hiv as and crack epidemic of the eighties and early nineties. Stephen was born and raised in the bronx to an afro. Puerto rican mother and an african american dad. He made history when posed premiered in twenty eighteen featuring the largest cast of transgender actors in tv history

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This Cult Haircare Company Has Launched a Beauty Line

Art Beauty

02:54 min | 10 months ago

This Cult Haircare Company Has Launched a Beauty Line

"So i do wanna talk now about your be attended cosmetic live because we all know and love. It's a ten hair care. What made you say. Okay it's time to get into cosmetics in color you know what it's a natural progression for me. It's a natural listen. Beauty is head to toe and I really wanna create additional products with underneath the. It's a ton umbrella so to speak. That really creates anything that a woman is going to need to get ready so be a hair extension. it can be The makeup it can be obviously be attend. Has the same type concept behind it. Simple easy to use multifunctional makeup. That you don't need youtube tutorials you don't need a million brushes. Have the applicators really built right into the makeup itself. It's kind of you pick it up. It's self explanatory. you use it. And you get those fashionable grade beautiful results. We go holy smokes. I can't live with this product. Those are the kind of products. I like to create and i want to do it in the color world is well obviously so i love it too and i have to say when you say the word color like. You've got some really bold bright colors. do you think that your inspired clayton lori. Okay florida by puerto rican woman. And we just you know we can do. We can do muted as well. But honestly i'm all about the pop and especially now listen. We're still mass occasionally. We're still like having to make our eyes pop and and when you take your mask off we have beautiful lip stains that you still have some lip on even if a little bit came off in your mask instantly. We have a brown scare boom a little little applicator. You have a popping brow at a great dual chamber mascara so things that are just gonna make it really easy for people to really have those professional grade results without you know a lot of work and that's all about. We need a ten minute face nowadays. You know what are you. What is the lip product that you're using right now. Your lips look gorgeous. Thank you so that is definitely one of our. It's our lip gloss And it's it's the one that was in the new beauty box literally. The beautiful thing about it is. I'm pretty dark skinned i. I can get very pale as well but no matter. What whether i have my summer tan. When i have my really kind of winter skin this color goes with so many different skin tones. That's one thing. I'll as well a b. Attend makeup is literally all the way from say. The palest appeals to the darkest darkest everything from our foundations to our our lipsticks to our i colors. They really are super diversified. And so it's really about being all inclusive with beauty Bracing your own natural beauty. We don't have this cookie cutter kind of a Type of you know. It's only for this totally for that.

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Past Insurrectionists Were Not Punished Compared to January 6th Protestors

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 10 months ago

Past Insurrectionists Were Not Punished Compared to January 6th Protestors

"There are other people who We're very violent attack the capital building and And they got pardons. And we've been through that before. No such thing happened at the Capitol building this time. There was no explosion. The only shooting was the killing of the protester by Capitol police officer People have not been charged with Weapons violations in the building. Have a group in 1954, Puerto Rican separatists got into the house floor and opened fire with handguns. Five members of the house were wounded in the attack. Wow. And so I thought I'd point all this out. It must be a diversion. It's called history. It's called context. Nobody excuses people who broke into the Capitol building. The problem we have is the lack of equal justice. May I call it equity? So we actually have people who assaulted Police officers burned buildings. Attacked federal law enforcement and a federal courthouse for three months in a row. For which there were almost no consequences. That's the biggest problem. Don't know how many of them were put in solitary confinement for months. Do you? I don't know how many of them were charged with trespassing. Do you?

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Anthony Lorenzi Arrested for Killing Couple During Puerto Rican Parade in Chicago

Eye on Travel

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Anthony Lorenzi Arrested for Killing Couple During Puerto Rican Parade in Chicago

Caller Shares Their Frustrations With Demo-Marxists

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 11 months ago

Caller Shares Their Frustrations With Demo-Marxists

"To make a long story short there, BT's hear Oprah hitting in this what I just heard from the previous president and smoke. I'll be honest with you. They are trying to act. They are the sinew. Segregation is these are the demo Marxist of America there in Democrats, their demo Marxists and in the process they want to use race and and edify individualism. That thing called Equity. I am not a piece of property like a pickup or house or a piece of land. I am an American. First. I have my values come from Judeo Christian values we shall walk about and we shall do The Lord's will as a founding father, Abraham, Amen. Billy Graham, Bob Jones and everybody else that helped to bring us about and I'm trying to go through and discourage. Anybody because the European legend and try and put that crap in our schools unacceptable will not be tone and I'll challenge any of these fools who was called Got a Klansman because I spoke truth, man. You know what you do on that people? You don't get mad. You just said I didn't hear that Klansmen part. I don't hear that. Well, sometimes I don't hear that. Yeah, they call me a Klansman. I'm I'm assembling Puerto Rican redneck that slow down. Puerto Rican and they call you Klansmen. Yes. Well, I call myself that I do. Team roping all over the valley here. Willamette Valley, and I was in 115 greedy down Eagle Point, Oregon with my friends. And you know some whether from Milton, three wives of Northeast corner of the state or down to the southernmost part of stick. I'm treated like an American because of my character by work, ethics, my sincerity, my charity. I mentored all sorts of kids in this valley and they have done well and I give God all the

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January 6 Should Not Be the Only Date to Remember; Democrats Have Been Long Violent Before

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 1 year ago

January 6 Should Not Be the Only Date to Remember; Democrats Have Been Long Violent Before

"1971 1983 real live shootings and bombings. The Marxist left. And several of them were pardoned by Jimmy Carter. And one of the people one of the masterminds as Barack Obama's close friend and political mentor. 21. Republicans voted No on this bill. Ladies and gentlemen, here you have the speaker, the number one Democrat in the House and the number three Clyburn calling federal law enforcement start troopers while they're trying to defend government, property and other property. Here you have a Democrat president pardoning Puerto Rican terrorists. Here you have another Democrat, president, Friends, Political allies associates with a domestic terrorist. Isn't it amazing? But you see, January 6th is the day we must remember. January, 6th. I would remind the phony attorney general, the United States. Chase down Clansmen chased down the neo Nazis. Conservatives. Republicans. Constitutionalists had nothing to do with them. We reject them. In fact, we reject all violence. But apparently, sir, you do not Because you excuse what happened in Portland in your testimony to become attorney general? You said that wasn't domestic terrorists because it happened at night. Night.

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"You a coupon you go to school down. Get yourself a coupon. Get yourself translate. Get yourself some education honey. This is this. The bibliography is like a third of the book. I'm not kidding book. And it's you know you have to have a great way of writing about the stuff you have a lot of humanity you go in deep honey. Not just the tip. All nine inches of puerto rican queer latinas extravaganza and even managed to get a photo of monaco. Vera hills crying When she came out as trans on the show yes. And hopefully i mean. It is an academic scholarly book. But i really tried to write for a broader audience. So so hopefully people will be able to relate to some of the the discussions that i have in the different chapters the artists that i write about including you to a really extraordinary so for me. This extraordinary correct with that. This book is is really about celebrating in highlighting documenting in recognize the extraordinary. Puerto rican artists activists performers suppo-. I hope that that many people even.

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Which is now airing on television. That the ball scenes the theater. The drag the the posing. The fashion is not just for fun but it is a way to survive. It is a way to cope with your harping broken. Wow so there's a lot there. So i do wanna talk about posed but let me just maybe go back a little bit. They drag mother by the way. Our child obsessed with so. That's really interesting. Style by the baby gone baby gone. Things are tricksters. they're also known as devils and they are characters in carnival in portland. Legal but they are also characters in religious celebration So so there's two examples. So one one would be for example the feast of saint james the apostle in louisa. That is a very famous celebration at the end of july. And it's really interesting because there but he got this appear on with these. Very ornate masks made out of coconut husks and parts of coconut leaves and franz And they are in. Dynamic tension with locus locus are literally Astro puerto rican men in black face who are extensively true sexual but who are performing the social role of women and in puerto rico that means having very big hips and a very big bought and they appear in black face. They harass people in the on the street on the interact with the gone. It's really closer black. People putting painting on their faces to look darker in their skin tone. So loaiza is a predominantly black municipality import political and that is correct lack puerto ricans in black face. And they are. They are intention with the cobb ideals ideals are representing the spanish colonizers and the locus in the bahige on this are somehow representing this popular resistance. So you can say that. There is an act of a very complex on social and historical situation. And if you could see me you would see that moving my hands a lot because it sounds exciting and thrilling..

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With the high visibility of drag queens on tv and social media. and even this podcast. There's an idea that drag is just another form of show business. But it's so much more for puerto rican queens or look us as they're known the call to do drag often stems from the pressure to survive as an artist in a very dangerous world..

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With the high visibility of drag queens on tv and social media. and even this podcast. There's an idea that drag is just another form of show business. But it's so much more for puerto rican queens or look us as they're known the call to do drag often stems from the pressure to survive as an artist in a very dangerous world. Larry lafontaine's new book translated us. The politics of puerto rican drag and trans performance gives us a deep look at how puerto rican performer us drag to explore class poverty and gender and how to fry toast donates..

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With the high visibility of drag queens on tv and social media. and even this podcast. There's an idea that drag is just another form of show business. But it's so much more for puerto rican queens or look us as they're known the call to do drag often stems from the pressure to survive as an artist in a very dangerous world..

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"2009, been at a certain moment I I was like, do I have to write about every single Puerto Rican contestant that has ever been on RuPaul's that would this book would be a thousand pages long. So Stellar sir moment I realized well, you know, we always hear them. From aave African American vernacular English. Oh, that that's a term that we don't really examine a lot, which is PR ve khong. English, sure. So people have moved away from from those terms. I think it's now more common to say African American English and you could say, Puerto Rican English, you could say Latin ex English the same way that you could not correct. And yeah, that can you say Spanglish Angeles, coarse language is a little bit different. Spanglish is a linguistic practice of moving back and forth between English and Spanish, which is very common among bilingual. People ought not to be confused with ungli C Smalls which is like library baseball Jello, you know which is English words, computer iPhone is English words that mean Themselves into other languages like Spanish, because the English word is just like the idea of the concept gets imported or exported into that culture so far. So you are correct. I do talk about some rule girls, like Nina flowers, and Monica Beverley hills and I'm really sorry that I did not have more of an opportunity to talk about other girls such as Cynthia. Fontaine, make sure just missed school was so fabulous and so interesting. And so I I think there is a lot of space for other Scholars and other people to build on and.

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tension with locus locus are literally Astro puerto rican men in black face who are extensively heterosexual but who are performing the social role of women and in puerto rico. That means having very big hips and a very big bought and they appear in black face. They harass people in the on the street on the interact with the gone. It's really closer black. People putting painting on their faces to look darker in their skin tone so a lot is a predominantly black municipality in portland equal and that is correct lack puerto ricans in black face. And they are. They are intention with the cobb ideals ideals are representing the spanish colonizers and the locus in the bahige on this are somehow representing this popular resistance. So you can save that. There is an act of a very complex on social and historical situation. And if you could see me you would see that moving my hands a lot because it sounds exciting and thrilling..

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What Medium Tatianna Morales Sees in Her Own Future

Latina to Latina

02:15 min | 1 year ago

What Medium Tatianna Morales Sees in Her Own Future

"But the morale is always knew that she had special gifts and she has built following and business by taking her unique intuition and her skill for tarot healing and applying it to personal development. Today i talk with the entrepreneur an instagram star about where her intuition has led her and how she's building an empire that is bigger than any one platform. Thank you so much for doing this. Of course thank you for having read. Would you take me back to the first moment in your life when you knew that you had these gifts the earliest memory that i have to be around maybe six seven eight years though very very young essentially when i first discovered playing cards or tarot in general would i would do is. I had this bad habit of just bringing toys to school. Right and one of those things would be playing cards and i didn't grow up particularly with a family that was familiar with devastation. Tarot you're going to let the culture we have. The i wasn't raised around any of that so i don't know where i had the antics of old. Let me bring these cards to school. Start reading kids in people. I would just make things up in my mind. The hearts would be loved. The clubs would be locked. The spades would be bad luck and literally. I'm a little bored at lunchtime negotiating. Hey you want this. Reading lemme exchange for a putting or some chips. You know. that's my earliest memory of doing that. Now anything actually more poignant than that would be in high school. When i would re poems again during lunchtime or i would bring the cars and the memory would be just done having very impactful face because you know i went to school. Where was predominantly latinos. In so i was reading dominicans. Puerto ricans colombians. What have you and so within the culture you have people that go to readers and

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The Self-Determination Act Could Finally End US Colonisation of Puerto Rico

On The Media

01:38 min | 1 year ago

The Self-Determination Act Could Finally End US Colonisation of Puerto Rico

"Last month many puerto ricans where incensed by spring breakers and other visitors soup flouted local rules imposed to reduce the spread of covid nineteen. Puerto rico was one of the first. Us jurisdictions to issue a mask mandate and it maintains strict curfews. The pandemic wasn't politicized and when it arrived amid earthquakes. In the south end the protracted efforts to rebuild after hurricane maria puerto rico's fragile health care system was still able to cope torres. They're always welcome but is one local told nbc news. People can't come here and act as if the virus doesn't exist they have a sense of entitlement and apathy. I don't understand for the mainland. The island has long been a locus of both entitlement and apathy but next week politicians some of them anyway. We'll be paying attention on april fourteenth wednesday at one pm eastern time the national resources committee which oversees territorial affairs will consider two competing bills one would provide for the admission of puerto rico as a state the other would provide for true self determination. I either would be historic. Both are deeply opposed by the gop. There's also a rich history of division within puerto rico over what it status should be but most agree that the current situation this disenfranchised limbo isn't it

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La Brega: The End Of The Promises

Latino USA

01:40 min | 1 year ago

La Brega: The End Of The Promises

"I've noticed that outside of puerto rico. Many people seem uncomfortable calling the island. A us colony in the you'll hear the word territory or commonwealth protectorate. Even and that used to be the case in puerto rico to but not anymore. I'm mortal in puerto rico. More on who. Bill apple repartee emma on puerto rico s loonier needles colonia colonia people would twist themselves into pretzels to avoid the seaward. And there's a reason. For that put a ricans. Were promised that they were not a colony. This is yeti baena yeti mad as a political anthropologist. She writes about places like what the rico guadeloupe and carousel which are not independent states. She has a column in the puerto rican newspaper in livonia and she's also written for outlets like the washington post and the nation lately. She's been tracing the evolution of how puerto ricans think about our relationship to the us and how that has been transformed by the many challenges of the last decade a debt crisis hurricanes earthquakes and now a global pandemic. What's crazy is that being a puerto rican is now requires you to be like a disaster allah gist and i guess now also an epidemiologist and an economist and historian all this crisis has led to a reckoning in puerto rico that promise that yeti meta mentioned about not being a colony it's pretty much been broken

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Bon Appétit: How the New York-based publication ended up in hot water

Mike Broomhead

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Bon Appétit: How the New York-based publication ended up in hot water

"And restaurants and a lot of cooking a lot of cooking stuff. And they had a huge online presence. They had a YouTube channel, where they were getting 3,000,004 million hits, People watching these videos and shows they had host of these shows and stuff. And then over the summer, they're their CEO, Their head guy at the magazine. A picture of him from 13 years ago came out him and his wife at a Halloween party dressed as I don't recall the inner city people people said he had black face on. He did not have any black face on, but he was dressed. Maybe a Zagat, Puerto Rican there in New York, and that's a thing there. And nobody had ever thought anything of it. But now in this day and age, somebody posted that picture online. He had never hidden and it was sitting on his desk and it started a whole discussion and then people of color at the at the magazine said they weren't being paid like other people, and you kind of listen to their story. You think well are you're not being paid because you're a person of color there. This is a liberal magazine in New York City. I mean, let's let's face who we are here. This This isn't Fox News. This is a liberal magazine Akani Nastya liberal liberal company and everybody there is a is a Democrat liberal, and and now they're saying that they're not paying people of color. The same is repaying white people. And my question was well. Are they not paying you because you're more junior or you were hired more recently or because you don't have as much responsibility or whatever it may be, or is because you're a person of color and I mean, they've hired you have all these people there and it created this whole backlash. The head guy had to quit. The other people resigned. They all the employees stop doing the videos until they got it worked out several more people. People of color resigned. And now the magazine has come out with a new editor in chief. A new Everybody's new Everybody is zah diverse. Everybody's a person of color who's now running things and The magazine is doing this intensive makeover. Where when you go through now, if they're gonna, they're gonna have AH, recipe for Mexican food or Latin food or something that has to come from a Latin author. If they They're going back through 55 years of recipes, and they're going through and finding ones that they think maybe just as a maybe might have had a wink and a smile and a Some other culture or had a white author to the recipe for a more diverse a type of food. In other words, you can't write a Mexican food recipe unless your message and you can't do a recipe for Jewish food unless you're Jewish. My goodness. What? And then they're putting disclaimers on as if people are becoming offended now to read a recipe about food from a particular culture that wasn't written by that culture. It's really pretty amazing when you think about it. It's amazing. All right, everybody, That's

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A Mexican Belonging

Latino Rebels Radio

05:36 min | 1 year ago

A Mexican Belonging

"I get really excited when i have former contributors go and do great things and i wouldn't say this guesses a former contributor because i think we've had some of his writings within the last year. He's in dallas. Do you want to say hello to everyone. Say who you are. hello. I'm on scientists. I'm a professor of history. I was hoping you weren't saying former rebels. I'm still writing for you. Guys i totally was like former not. You still contribute. So you are a professor history. At mountain view college in dallas. You are the author of homeland which is an intellectual study of ethnic mexican belonging. Since one thousand nine hundred. How geeky is that it is. It is pretty geeky but i think it can be interesting. Sometimes i've i've made some revisions to try to get folks to read it all right now. Listen let's get a couple of things out of the way. You are a contributor to latino rebels. You have written for latino usa. I've known you at least online for like who five six years. You've written some great pieces. You have the best twitter handle ever first world chicano. And you really touched me. When i read the introduction of acknowledgments your family raises you right like you thanked everyone and then you thanked me so i wanna thank you for thanking me in your book. It was a nice little surprise. No i definitely wanted to shout you. Julio and hector out hector salamo. Who was a deputy editor for latino rebels. Yeah i heard. You're going to be on the latin ish podcast so i'm already plugging latin is for him. Yeah shamelessly fell promoted. Yup but i had gotten out of graduate school. You know it kind of is now. And i just didn't know what i wanted to do. Things are tough. I wasn't ready to go back to revision. And then i started writing. And you guys didn't care if i came out of harvard or northwesterners something. Oh hell no yeah you can write come right for us and i was like okay and yeah tell us over miami of how powerful writing can be and also helped me as a writer because i stripped a lot of the academic jargon stuff out of this book is an editor publisher before you talk about the book that makes me super happy because when you started pitching me and pitching hector and then. That was one of the things that i told you. It's like just don't be an academic. Bu and you wrote some fantastic pieces and you've also written an amazing book. It's really really accessible and it speaks to. I think a theme that i wouldn't say it's controversial but it is. How do you begin to frame your experiences for this book that drew you to documenting like ethnic mexican and chicano history in this way like what drove you when you write a book you kind of write about yourself even if it is a history and so a lot of became out of family history personal experiences and and one of my favorite stories that i heard growing up was my mom and her family. They've migrated from quiet and they moved help. Paso anna late sixty s in my grandfather used to pick up my mom when she was a little girl and he used to tell her. I heat the mood noblet glass near less by your picking her up and says oh my little girl. You know you're going to be. You're gonna be without a voice because you don't speak english or spanish and that's and to worry about his family gonna belong right. Did he make the right choice into. It was kind of rooted in a family story like that. My dad used to joke. Us from el paso's well used to joke. He didn't know he was mexican till they join the airforce right because they'll pass everyone's mexican mexican americans everyone's the same and then he goes off to the air force. Suddenly he's different. Wow yeah that's a really good way of looking at it. These family stories. You know you get the then growing up to right when i write about the us in the chest these mexicans who have lost their mexican answer. These wannabe americans right. That kind of touched home of folks as you know like you're a little bit of a virtual not there those feelings the wondering about belonging which again i don't think are isolated just to me. I think that's why i've gotten a few tweets folks like. Hey my family this. Yeah this is my story. This is my family. Yeah and so. That's where the idea about belonging came out of end. I thought a lot of different areas right Politics and poetry and so belonging with the concept with an idea but let me look at all the things that i actually want to look at right. 'cause i i like reading poetry like reading literature. I also like politics and policy. This concept helped me look at all those things. And i think kind of unique way yes so talking about belonging. It's probably not the same experience. But it kind of is from puerto rican perspective. Where i kind of say like you know people that live on the island versus people that live on i asked. There's always been that tension. And i was born and raised in puerto rico but now i live in the mainland. So i'm not seen as like purely puerto rican so when you talk about the divide in the early nineteen hundreds that emerged between ethnic mexicans in the us in us. Born mexicans like you mentioned the which was in the you know that type of idea. How has that evolved throughout the years. And what is your book touch upon in that case. That's really interesting with you. Be boring and then your kid. They're gonna i

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Actress MJ Rodriguez on Breaking Down Historical Race Barriers

Homo Sapiens

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Actress MJ Rodriguez on Breaking Down Historical Race Barriers

"One thing i wanted to ask you about is on this podcast. We often talk to such a different array of people but people want themselves represented in. The one thing that i think in the uk we fully get is the kind of african american also. Latino experiences like an intersection. And is that like in. its specificity. Well one out say this as person who is likely not and also african american and probably many other things but those are the main things. I know i'm due to just my parents. There's not a lot of representation so there's a lot of There's a lot of anger the way we can fix. That is obviously making sure that there's more representation and also for people to really look back in the history and see that we're all connected. I always that was my main goal. Was to make sure that people know that. Yeah you may be latin. Yeah you may be african or african american or asian or you know you may be them and again whether again but you still are one. We help from one place no matter what. And that's just fact it's proven it's not like something that's whimsical and came out of nowhere. It's fact it's also scientific and a lot of people don't want to believe in science which makes me go crazy but yes it's it's real. It's not something that's just drawn up. So people can digest and when i got hold of vet. That's when i was just like okay. We have to find a way to have people understand. That there's a trickle effect. Where human i. There's also been laws that were laid down to make us feel human and that's why we have to constantly fight for the lives of individuals who are considered marginalized. Because we don't do that then they were never going to get to a space of understanding that were actually human. People will constantly use the device at techniques of white and black. I've gotten i've gotten this whole thing about from radical young individuals who are saying. I hold strong semi whiteness. And i hold strong my blackness not understanding that those things were sectors created for divisiveness. There are white hispanics and white asian and caucasian individuals who feel like they're inferior and then there are people who fall under the umbrella just as well as white. The black umbrella which is dark skinned dominicans dark skinned puerto ricans dark-skinned europeans. Dark is just a so a lot of people. Don't understand that we're human and that once we break down these these laws. What the old old old like eighty year old generations of created. Then we can really move forward and start making this a lot about

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Diplomats Return To State Department As Biden Administration Begins

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Diplomats Return To State Department As Biden Administration Begins

"The new administration is also promising to rebuild the State Department. They've brought back some diplomats who were forced out in the early days of the Trump administration to help But there are big gaps to fill as NPR's Michele Kelemen reports and Morita tourist served for a decade in the foreign service until she quit just over a year ago. She says she was just too frustrated with the Trump administration, pulling out of international organizations and sidelining career diplomats. At the time I was serving at the U. S mission to the U. N So had a front row seat to this isolation. So you know from the Paris accords, so leaving the Human Rights Council and also just the day to day sort of instructions. We were getting really to treat. Many of our allies like anniversaries were engaging with them and dialogue. We were bullying our way through for Chris Richardson. His concern started when Trump ran for president talking about banning Muslims from coming to the U. S. Have been horrified by that, and then he got elected and you know we did this to send cable against it. But my issue was is that after the dissent cable came out, we all kind of just moved on to the next outrage. But I never got over that outrage. Richardson and immigration lawyer left the foreign service in 2018 and got involved in lawsuits against Trump's travel ban. He even wrote in affidavit that made its way to the Supreme Court. So for me I felt that I needed to get out there. I needed Teofilo and I needed to stand up for American principles because I thought that then President Trump had gone so dangerously astray. From what our values and what our character is. As a country that I needed to make a stand. Biden has reversed the ban and has talked about the need to rebuild the State Department. Richardson, who's black. Says the problems that state are deeper than trump. He's worried about the lack of diversity. Tourists whose Puerto Rican agrees. We're facing a huge diversity deficit and a brain drain at the State Department. So I do think it's important that we look back and see and try and recruit those who have left to come back to show that, you know. Actually, this is not how the State Department typically runs President Biden has brought back some divers, former foreign service officers tapping Linda Thomas Greenfield to be the next U. S ambassador to the U. S. And as Rose, a A to be an undersecretary of state. Those are political appointees. There are stricter rules about bringing career diplomats back into the foreign service and 35 year. Veteran diplomat Tom Countryman says the secretary of state has to be judicious in combining Promotions for those who have labored in the vineyard under very difficult circumstances the last four years. As well as bringing back those of exceptional quality. It's gotta be a mixture of both countrymen was among those forced to retire at the start of the Trump administration. He encouraged other career foreign service officers to stay saying a foreign policy without professionals is an amateur one. I'm happy that their hard work and their patriotism will again be respected. Rather than denigrated by the White House. At his confirmation hearing, senators question Tony Blinken on how he will overcome the partisanship of Mike Pompeo is 10 Year at the department. It's not simply a matter of bringing people back filling the slots there no empty Is making sure that the best of our ability we're building a workforce that has skill said To deal with the incredibly complex challenges we're facing that are very different. Then the challenges we faced in previous generations. That means experts and global health and climate and technology, he said. He also vowed to focus on the department's diversity deficit and get back to its non partisan tradition. Michele Kelemen NPR news, the State

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"puerto rican" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"I was looking at myself in the unlike. You'll look though hollick seriously. What the fuck. The first of. All i never been a personal sneakers and swept sweaters and hoodies. That was never my style on even blend in or that. You the assume. Like my go-to was tens and smith motherfucker but as me like on abortion projects britney soon like it always boozy puerto rican puerto rican for anyone. Who's listening thinking. What the fuck could you do or at least your opinion in your opinion. What is the boozy puerto rican ordering tennis very monte town with the ghetto newness of lake just got to share like i like night maintenance shit advice addressed. I ain't with that fish nut fuck in stockings..

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"puerto rican" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"Wasn't even known as well. Yeah no black. The yes i should know either padro our way we feel good about it though because they do the same bro. So does that make up. Does it make you just defined. Whoever went out when i originally seen in. Tell me i wanna hear ya emotions too. I was disgusted by when i seen him on. Our white win. A fucking. you're insane is a fake is time park where you let me ask you this discussing fake elvis. No because we'll go fuck about you discuss it all off only places you will see a fake elvis's on a strike fake michaels on street those. But you're going to see him on the street at a winning you wanna know why new one of our culture days literally a negative. They wanna put out is part of universal boy. He was really for us. You do what i'm saying. He was really us. We had to share michael lettuce. Your prates you do. What i'm saying is was really are negative. You know what i'm saying so the fuck. What are you get five. Jose's whatever i manage your own. Did we say this. Wants to niggers. I hate this. So that's why. I hey doubles to back to as we would we would. That's why we that's why we fucking big brother. The generation that's buying it up cop causing sheet nigga. She did you feel about this shit like how you saying. Fuck they said and negus embraced. He like like our cuza really on it. By basically was the coach of like chaos Like the prime soon rise but they lay rise wildly on wall to what's happening in these rise wants was there was no negatives the bloods in the fuck level. That was the there she started with. The fucking blake. Shelton's borough versus king. Go fuck the police coming straight from the police. Coming straight from underground act. So what do you around arguing about. the holidays. talking about the blues were nice. That's why they read. So you can see this shit. It was loud cribs for blue nigga. They worked in the daytime niggers basically was on the same sheet of the nineties. Nothing whatever way you look at the bank of canada was blood and crip six. And that's the same shit that we came upon. That's why claim sizes sheet of negus royal with certain seat because of the city was going on the tom. Bro- wrote a base. rapper biz blood replica. Of is a stupid. I gue- never balloon vis knows what this neil because whatever take dishes out choose. A new public knows. Snoops witnessed the coolest all moscow. There is this for you. I mean how this yeah. This is very new allies. You near my leg. Yeah we couldn't have for eighty point boy wealthy coup ending our next of the negative raw. Don't like this rousing. Hey on maybe will hold now. Let's blue fe shot you turn around and kicking with his dorm features. Shit oh i think about this point xactly i think about that new york you got all money time wings on it. How many ways on. But you don features ship with blue phase and is the one that gets the greg the movie shaming as i said it's like when p. diddy name name is snowball fucking foggy. I i really have a. He was praising biggie in the midst of the points. this is not something new. This is something that he does period. You he was already raising. Big nikki smoke. He's already kicking it with motherfucking blue phase and then go blue faces a whole another set of crib. That don't fuck with neighborhoods. They don't need it always nine. Oh then seeks out his roy smoking dumb move. Your new even said they're sitting said get him in for while and that's speak on you really. Did he cut your understand what he did for labor's period period off saying i always thought he would seek so. That's why i was live on against the grain. And they fucking goofy has naming famous crew goofy crew. Yeah yeah get nine nine needlework in and they started like.

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"puerto rican" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"The. We need to close the mix. Hebrew so hollow is in any situation is in any situation is him shooting her justify slow at the same time she had first and foremost say hell no never okay for negative female because it affects your nigga. She's a female at the same time. Though the fact that her bullet wounds in her foot. I get the impression that this was on drugs. And you had a certain area or from certain What's the word. I'm looking for culture or maybe not not the words to be You didn't have to be from a certain shit. Young saying to understand the whole shunichi feet until in negative dance type c. That's that's where. I'm assuming in georgia was also for him to shoot in the foot. You probably wasn't really trying to shoot now definitely willing turn you probably use on us folk with her. 'cause she just got to fucking what you were making so confident in the whole she was bullying your little manners and was was on the fucking teasing your little message. 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So do you see whatever long as long as you get the the right conditions. This really got to wait. I do make big newsom type of credit for not snitching of giving c. cassini intel them in the hospital that saturn. She says she was a fucking say. I is okay time out. stop timeout. Hold up now man. Okay on which are now think about is the cops would have show the think about the situation. Yossi hold on to jesse. Jacob blake situation. The dude in wisconsin got shot at by the cops. Okay now nigga just you now think about because mix it. They scared that the cosmopolitan she will tell the cops. He had a gun. If somebody had a gun they will come up shooting now putting her perspective if she would have called the police or the police came and that would happen tory. Yeah it's not. It's not even that like georgia. I understand what the business i mean. you say. Because he pledged likes low key. I would look at it as she said. I less shit between me and my eyes and ears. 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You got to think about shit like that like when it comes when it comes to the music and entertainment who cover six nine when it comes to the case of six nine two. That's eight I'm doing what he went to the abreu is everybody's do put on top independent. He's antics bushes. he dies out. It's just instagram. Dies out new york like john connor. He dies out. So for the puerto rican pat money There is hilarious. Kook card to you see was actually puerto. Rican roots puerto rican. I not see. I knew if you see me. It.

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"puerto rican" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"And scrapping bro. Was yeah doing their campaign. Nixon got smoked yellow suit. Oskar up let me go vacationing. Look out see us trying seeping in trying to hurt fuck vacationing together. That fumble busy so i heard about. I heard about a trump game. Pop sam blood away on the beach so you and that was that was. That was just a couple of months ago. Are out issue getting a ten feet wrestling wrestling lobster sausage. He'll fight young thugs shipley. Contests probably be looking at fights. I noticed i guess he's gonna bless. His game is taliban number now. he's smile. Everything rose. I stood in the elevator with that may get nuts. Yoyo is not short. Did a mother for if anything eight assigned awesome right here. Sauce is louis to my with the. He said we get a taste issue now. Fungi to i the first nigger. Yeah yo smile. This will note about unsettling both silly right new before thankfully said oh wait. I need to seek speed her a while. You're there's gonna be commit. Just like that and spa gotta look who. Let's get to the patent and Kind of where. I wave a solo artist. Katainen people in general ask reliable low. He got it. He got his foot an example they either love or they hate the. There's no in-between. I've seen so many things from putting on this meeting. Is i see say set so funky so the post your video. That's what i'm saying like. It's a lot of problems kind of well i feel is we when the nigga coming water in hennessy. Yes while is now now. Look straight up. I really try to put some ice forgot. Water came at is war time. I now out. How do you feel about a nigga. Saying he made another negro. I made overfull paolo be that you didn't make today of about several. That's basically how to ride. The wave came about the worst of the world. They know about you in -til this nigga put you. After no matter how long he was doing the to to a third highest attended kennedy say he would use may be wrong bad like these rabbit until i posted because point blank period. I like i like the look. You just the first platform you just the first one. You just happen to be the first. But but i'm saying you just happen to be the first platform. I'm not gonna sit up me say you made me okay. So so you telling me may hard on-ice role model eared. His no but what. I'm saying he saying you the rabbit for years and nobody going to be five six. Say stay with audrey. Obviously because nobody knows free already been rabbit. You've been putting your work. Cadillac is hard. Loki of other tillerson. Negative publicity shit hard you win. But then let's say you tell me on my shoulder saw post you on my then you got. California tastes are big marketed. Music industry listening to you did. I did not did not walk not break into the water. I feel it. are you drinking. But he made you leave. Police rodway interview both fucking interview. Hey he posted the after the thing about wall time talking about. I'm just. I'm speaking in general if postal and that's when these taffy and failed giving her credit is ourselves watson was coming feelings about saying drew. He's saying this tendency before he was saying that she broke his his readers for coming for these low key valley. Because you are still saying sway. You still swaying before. I say driven. Everybody say may. I personally would say amputated. Forgive put you on exactly person ave open this door. Before i came around you got nigga. Dad will say out his mouth either. No no no no no no no no if you think about calico okay. Negus time if he said. I made you paid. There's really what it was. it's really a wave. I felt like you should have high put..

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"puerto rican" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"puerto rican" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"Lost. The handle announced all places speech could be you off this above cost. What is it leave.