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Fresh update on "puerto ricans" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:18 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "puerto ricans" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"People for crimes has always been controversial. Some early American leaders thought it smacked too much of royalty. But Alexander Hamilton argued the law should have avenues for mercy or justice would wear a countenance to sanguinary and cruel. He thought one person was more likely to use such power with conscience than a committee. The history of presidential pardons is often surprising. George Washington pardoned two men who led the whiskey rebellion. He didn't condone a tax collector being tarred and feathered without the men responsible should not be hung for treason. President Millard Fillmore pardon the two white captains of the Pearl is schooner that tried to help 77 enslave people escape to freedom. Most of the black people on the ship were sold back into slavery. President Abraham Lincoln Pardon 265 members of the Dakota tribe for their roles in the Great Sioux Uprising of 18 62. He allowed dozens more to be hanged after what historians agree where unconvincing trials. On Christmas Day of 18 68 President Andrew Johnson offered pardons to everyone who fought for the Confederacy. President Gerald Ford. Pardon Richard Nixon in 1974 for any crimes, he might have committed his president, a decision that may have cost him re election but is now widely praised for helping the country move on from Watergate. President Jimmy Carter Pardon Vietnam era draft evaders in 1979 and commuted the sentences of Puerto Rican nationalists who opened fire on the floor of the U. S. House of Representatives. 25 years earlier, wounding five members of Congress. President Bill Clinton pardoned 140 people on his last day in office, including his brother Roger, who served a year for cocaine trafficking and Marc Rich of financier who fled the country to avoid tax evasion charges and who's Wife made generous contributions to the Democratic Party and the Clinton library fund. President Trump has pardoned Alice Marie Johnson, who served 21 years of a lifetime sentence for being an intermediary in a drug trafficking operation. He's also pardoned three ex service members accused of war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan and his one time national security adviser Michael Flynn, who admitted he lied to the FBI about his contacts with Russia. It's sheer speculation as to what more pardons President Trump might issue was he leaves office, but the president's personal power to pardon Concetta lives and reveal.

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Bad Bunny tops Spotify's most-streamed list of 2020

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00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Bad Bunny tops Spotify's most-streamed list of 2020

"For bad bunny Spotify says. He's the music streaming. Services. Most listened to artist of 2020 more than 8.3 billion streams worldwide for the Puerto Rican rapper, But he didn't have the most stream song. That honor goes to the weekends. Blinding lights. The most streamed artist in the U. S. Can't Tapper juice world who died last December of an accidental drug overdose. Not your friend Billy Alice was the most streamed woman globally, though in the U. S. It was Taylor Swift, the

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Fresh update on "puerto ricans" discussed on Reveal

Reveal

00:30 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "puerto ricans" discussed on Reveal

"Is reveal. i'm outlets earlier. This spring new yorkers ambrose isaac and bruce mcintyre. We're getting ready to welcome their first child. They've been dating for two years but had known each other much longer. I actually tried to talk to her six years ago and she turned down because she chooses so focused on school in her career. Amber was twenty six and working in early childhood education. She was about to get her. Master's bruce twenty eight was working in finance and was very excited to have a baby. This plan for replan months in advance for this couple was aware some scary statistics that women like amber who was black and puerto rican are more likely to die from pregnancy related complications than white women. In new york. The rate of death for black moms is eight times higher. They were trying to do everything. Right strictly vegan very healthy woman. She'd make sure that we're reading stories to the baby. Every night seems the babies onto the baby every single night. She often share her thoughts on twitter. About how active. The baby.

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Bad Bunny tops Spotify's most-streamed list of 2020

TIME's Top Stories

00:49 sec | 3 d ago

Bad Bunny tops Spotify's most-streamed list of 2020

"Most played artist on spotify globally. Speaking bad bunny the puerto rican superstars the music platforms most streamed artist of the year with eight point. Three billion streams globally the latin grammy winner and hitmaker. Who released a new album last week. Leads a top five list that also includes drake jay alvin juice world and the weekend with more than three point. Three billion streams bad bunny sophomore solo album. Y h l q md lg tops. Spotify's list of most streamed albums globally the weekends. after hours post malone hollywood's bleeding. Harry styles is fine line and depots at future nostalgia round off the top five. The weekends album is the only one of the top five to earn no grammy nominations. The album single blinding lights. Spotify is most streamed song of the year with more than one point six billion streams globally

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The Long Legacy Of The Arecibo Telescope

Short Wave

05:56 min | 5 d ago

The Long Legacy Of The Arecibo Telescope

"So let's step back for a minute edit and get a better sense of how the telescope has been used over the years. Tell me about what it does. What kind of projects it's worked on. So one of the really neat things about the The observatory that's very versatile. Scientific instrument most telescopes radio. Telescopes don't have the ability to send out light. They only capture late at the observatory. We can send and capture late when an asteroid coming by. We're pretty much a flashlight that we turn on we send out to. It comes back right. We can tell you how far these objects are down to a meters unbelievable add narrate and we care about where these asteroids are going to be because what if one day this thing comes around and gets too close to earth if we can let people know this is going to happen next year we can actually prepare for it like dinosaurs. They didn't have a space program so they can get to prepare for anything. That's true we do have that on the dinosaurs. We don't have much. But we have out of cbo and we have the direct understanding of asteroids because i also think just from an outsider's perspective like this telescope does really play a role in our cultural imagination. It contributes to our sense of off. You know about the universe. Like i think i remember in the seventies it was used to deliberately beam a message into space. You know like hey. We're here like i mean it really has like not only these scientific contributions but these cultural contributions it's like an it's an inspirational place. You know oh yeah. I love marvel. I'm love marvel comics. And things like that and i was watching. Although i'm a little old doesn't matter. I was watching a cartoon about the avengers and the avengers were flying off to the odyssey observatory to save it. Who was that still in the cartoon. Oh my gosh so yes it really is you know. It's not like one of those fields of science or scientific tools that really stays in academia right. It provides a broader context for understanding. The universe for non-academic says well which i think is is really special and important. It's like bench because of its versatility. It gets to be part of not only applied science but just part of typical day to day life. You may not see it. But it's there in cultural context. It's there you know saving your life making sure this asteroid is not coming towards you. It's really cool so it sounds like at this. Recent damage has big implications in terms of slowing down a lot of research. What kind of research are we going to be missing out on right now with it down well for personal perspective. I actually had some observing runs. We're gonna come up in late. September through october where we were going to be studying mars with radar this year mars was going to be the closest it was going to be and also observable from the osce observatory until the year twenty sixty seven so it. This year was literally a once in a lifetime. Opportunity to observe mars with other. See all twenty twenty twenty twenty worst year ever. Yeah okay so the damage that happened. This year isn't the first hurdle for the observatory right hurricane. Maria damaged the observatory twenty. Seventeen you you were working there right like. Tell me about that experience. Su twenty seven one hurricane. Maria came by not only was. I was still working at. The observatory actually stayed at the observatory. That's where i went for shelter so i got to see the winds combined and the damage For me one of the things that like hit me the most or make me realize the damage the most after the hurricane when we went outside. And when you look across the telescope and it's in the middle of a beautiful rain-forest greenery everywhere and that day after the hurricane when we went outside there's there is no green left it just nothing just brown. Everything was brown. The trees were dead. You see all the way down to the soil. It was impactful in the sense of. Wow this is the damage of the hurricane. Awesome packed full as a puerto rican. Who's used to seeing their island. Be beautiful and green selling costs high. Like that's gone all gone in day. That's tough that you know it starts being Quite a bit less about the science at that point. Oh very quickly. I mean after the hurricane when there was no utilities at all on the island we still had a couple of generators so people from of see what would drive up. We pump water for them and they leave with a bunch of water the to drink water. Well so okay. Let's let's let's talk a little bit about the funding struggles right because there have been ongoing funding struggles for the telescope. Break that down a little bit for me yes. The telescope which is owned by the national science foundation has had some funding struggles in that the budget that is used to operate. It has been going down. And it's gone down from anywhere from about fourteen mil per year with the expected current contract. They could go all the way down to two million gotcha into and so what will that mean for for the telescope and the people that work on it. So as there is diminishing funds going there They'll be less available time for people to go explore go observe pulsars and find the first evidence for gravitational waves which won the telescope a nobel prize in physics and nineteen seventy-three. It's

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NYPD "Anti-Harassment" Executive A Prolific Racist, Council Investigation Finds, New York

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01:03 min | Last month

NYPD "Anti-Harassment" Executive A Prolific Racist, Council Investigation Finds, New York

"Deputy Inspector James Coble, who was head of the department's anti harassment office, has been temporary relieved of his command and placed on modified assignment. This comes after Coble was accused of posting racist messages on an online message board used by cops called the rant. Bronx Congressman elect Richie Tourist chairs the Committee on Oversight Investigation, he tells 10 10 wins. An investigation discovered that Coble ranted against black people, Puerto Rican Sze, Hasidic Jews and others. Look, I find it to be accessible, but it's one thing for a rank and file officer to make hateful comments. It is something else for hateful comments to come. From the very person whose job is to fight heat in the New York City Police Department governor Cuomo thinks the issue is more widespread. One person hundreds of people who are on the blogged Question. One person should be fired. There's hundreds of people. How about everybody else? How about all the other police officers? For his part, Coble denied the allegations. Telling The New York Times he was unfamiliar with any of the posts.

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Puerto Rico awaits final result in tight gubernatorial race

Democracy Now! Audio

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Puerto Rico awaits final result in tight gubernatorial race

"In puerto rico gubernatorial race. Pedro pierre-louis has thin lead over carlos delgado. The candidates are separated by less than ten thousand votes. Louis c. is a member of the new progressive party which supports statehood for puerto rico. Gado of the popular party wants to keep puerto rico status as a us colony pair. Louis c. briefly served as governor in two thousand and nineteen. After governor ricardo rossello show was forced to resign. Amidst mass protests. Puerto ricans also took to the polls to decide on a referendum that would determine if the island could be granted statehood the new york times reports support for the referendum lead with about fifty two percent of the votes however congress would have to approve of any changes to puerto rico's political status

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'Baby Shark' has become YouTube's most viewed video ever

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'Baby Shark' has become YouTube's most viewed video ever

"Cute and catchy Children's song recorded by South Korean company Pink Thong has become the most viewed video ever on YouTube. But more than seven billion views of edges past Esposito 2017 single by Puerto Rican Popstars, Luis Fonsi and Daddy. Yankee Baby Shark has claimed the crown more than four years since it was first uploaded. The original writer of the song is unclear, but it has longer the nursery rhyme and became a global phenomenon. After being reported by a 10 year old Korean American singer.

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Why Dr. Julie Ramos Insists You Take Care of Your Heart

Latina to Latina

04:23 min | Last month

Why Dr. Julie Ramos Insists You Take Care of Your Heart

"That they're almost thank you so much for doing this. I would thank you. I am happy to be here. Your mom's Costa Rican. Puerto Rican growing up. What were the messages? You got about Healthy Living actually we did not talk about Healthy Living. I really the only thing I could really remember my dad saying was no too fast foods. So we always ate at home. He felt that fast foods were unhealthy. So the rice and beans and meat, you know, lots of plantains, you know, that's just how I grew up very traditional in culturally food-wise and nobody ever went to the gym. I mean that was unheard of growing up your parents, especially your dad like so many immigrants parents really big on the value of Education was the dream always to be a doctor. I always say my father brainwashed me ever since I was in first grade. He said look, the only way to progress in the United States is to get a diploma get a degree get some sort of recognition through education. He gave me three choices. He goes you either become a doctor a lawyer engineer pick one song. I just want to tell you every one's listening right now and raising their hand cuz it's like yeah. Those are those are the options. So I kept hearing that of course as a kid, you're like, oh God now, he's known knowing me and you know, I just want to be a kid, but I did realize probably around fourth or fifth grade that I was actually achieving significant goals and scores things came not easily but with studying and hard work, I think there was a positive impact. So that was a self reinforcement of I can actually do this. I'll be okay. If my mom had to work two jobs and my dad had to work two jobs. They did they included tutoring if it was needed just to be sure that I was able to keep up with the challenges. You go to Rutgers for undergrad then tops for your Ms. In nutritional Sciences. Why get the MS instead of going directly to medical school? So that was the argument I had with my dad for a few years when I told him I was going to probably not to a traditional biology undergraduate. I wanted to do nutrition and in my head I said well as if I was a nutritionist or dietician I could get a job. Okay, so I was a little pragmatic from the beginning. He was like, I don't know. I hope you can go to medical school, but then I decided I really thought having a bachelor's in nutrition was not enough that it needed to have a master's in order to get an acceptable sort of position. My dad was disappointed. He thought I let him down I think looking back he realizes that I took a little bit of a longer route, but he actually thinks it was probably a smart move on to UMDNJ now known as Rutgers School of biomedical and Health Sciences for your birth. Cardiology fellowship at Emory your residency at Cornell when I spoke to dr. Laura Scott. She's a dermatologist in Miami. We talked about how almost every medical student has a moment or a series of moments where they worry that they are on the wrong path. And this is particularly complicated and Medicine cuz you're normally pretty deep in at the point at which I realize that both deep into your schooling and deep into debt. What was that moment for you? Oh goodness from the beginning. I think that by the time I had applied for my life have been you know, pretty successful. I got a full scholarship for all four years at UMDNJ for my tuition. They had a very supportive system at the medical school down as Hispanic Center of Excellence. They had some infrastructure to help but I think in my mind I did not have the basic tools. Of really how to sit down how to study how to organize my thoughts. That was something I kind of haphazardly learned on my own but it wasn't taught by my parents. It was thought by anyone had no organizational skills. I was all over the map.

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Why Dr. Julie Ramos Insists You Take Care of Your Heart

Latina to Latina

04:23 min | Last month

Why Dr. Julie Ramos Insists You Take Care of Your Heart

"That they're almost thank you so much for doing this. I would thank you. I am happy to be here. Your mom's Costa Rican. Puerto Rican growing up. What were the messages? You got about Healthy Living actually we did not talk about Healthy Living. I really the only thing I could really remember my dad saying was no too fast foods. So we always ate at home. He felt that fast foods were unhealthy. So the rice and beans and meat, you know, lots of plantains, you know, that's just how I grew up very traditional in culturally food-wise and nobody ever went to the gym. I mean that was unheard of growing up your parents, especially your dad like so many immigrants parents really big on the value of Education was the dream always to be a doctor. I always say my father brainwashed me ever since I was in first grade. He said look, the only way to progress in the United States is to get a diploma get a degree get some sort of recognition through education. He gave me three choices. He goes you either become a doctor a lawyer engineer pick one song. I just want to tell you every one's listening right now and raising their hand cuz it's like yeah. Those are those are the options. So I kept hearing that of course as a kid, you're like, oh God now, he's known knowing me and you know, I just want to be a kid, but I did realize probably around fourth or fifth grade that I was actually achieving significant goals and scores things came not easily but with studying and hard work, I think there was a positive impact. So that was a self reinforcement of I can actually do this. I'll be okay. If my mom had to work two jobs and my dad had to work two jobs. They did they included tutoring if it was needed just to be sure that I was able to keep up with the challenges. You go to Rutgers for undergrad then tops for your Ms. In nutritional Sciences. Why get the MS instead of going directly to medical school? So that was the argument I had with my dad for a few years when I told him I was going to probably not to a traditional biology undergraduate. I wanted to do nutrition and in my head I said well as if I was a nutritionist or dietician I could get a job. Okay, so I was a little pragmatic from the beginning. He was like, I don't know. I hope you can go to medical school, but then I decided I really thought having a bachelor's in nutrition was not enough that it needed to have a master's in order to get an acceptable sort of position. My dad was disappointed. He thought I let him down I think looking back he realizes that I took a little bit of a longer route, but he actually thinks it was probably a smart move on to UMDNJ now known as Rutgers School of biomedical and Health Sciences for your birth. Cardiology fellowship at Emory your residency at Cornell when I spoke to dr. Laura Scott. She's a dermatologist in Miami. We talked about how almost every medical student has a moment or a series of moments where they worry that they are on the wrong path. And this is particularly complicated and Medicine cuz you're normally pretty deep in at the point at which I realize that both deep into your schooling and deep into debt. What was that moment for you? Oh goodness from the beginning. I think that by the time I had applied for my life have been you know, pretty successful. I got a full scholarship for all four years at UMDNJ for my tuition. They had a very supportive system at the medical school down as Hispanic Center of Excellence. They had some infrastructure to help but I think in my mind I did not have the basic tools. Of really how to sit down how to study how to organize my thoughts. That was something I kind of haphazardly learned on my own but it wasn't taught by my parents. It was thought by anyone had no organizational skills. I was all over the map.

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Why Dr. Julie Ramos Insists You Take Care of Your Heart

Latina to Latina

04:23 min | Last month

Why Dr. Julie Ramos Insists You Take Care of Your Heart

"That they're almost thank you so much for doing this. I would thank you. I am happy to be here. Your mom's Costa Rican. Puerto Rican growing up. What were the messages? You got about Healthy Living actually we did not talk about Healthy Living. I really the only thing I could really remember my dad saying was no too fast foods. So we always ate at home. He felt that fast foods were unhealthy. So the rice and beans and meat, you know, lots of plantains, you know, that's just how I grew up very traditional in culturally food-wise and nobody ever went to the gym. I mean that was unheard of growing up your parents, especially your dad like so many immigrants parents really big on the value of Education was the dream always to be a doctor. I always say my father brainwashed me ever since I was in first grade. He said look, the only way to progress in the United States is to get a diploma get a degree get some sort of recognition through education. He gave me three choices. He goes you either become a doctor a lawyer engineer pick one song. I just want to tell you every one's listening right now and raising their hand cuz it's like yeah. Those are those are the options. So I kept hearing that of course as a kid, you're like, oh God now, he's known knowing me and you know, I just want to be a kid, but I did realize probably around fourth or fifth grade that I was actually achieving significant goals and scores things came not easily but with studying and hard work, I think there was a positive impact. So that was a self reinforcement of I can actually do this. I'll be okay. If my mom had to work two jobs and my dad had to work two jobs. They did they included tutoring if it was needed just to be sure that I was able to keep up with the challenges. You go to Rutgers for undergrad then tops for your Ms. In nutritional Sciences. Why get the MS instead of going directly to medical school? So that was the argument I had with my dad for a few years when I told him I was going to probably not to a traditional biology undergraduate. I wanted to do nutrition and in my head I said well as if I was a nutritionist or dietician I could get a job. Okay, so I was a little pragmatic from the beginning. He was like, I don't know. I hope you can go to medical school, but then I decided I really thought having a bachelor's in nutrition was not enough that it needed to have a master's in order to get an acceptable sort of position. My dad was disappointed. He thought I let him down I think looking back he realizes that I took a little bit of a longer route, but he actually thinks it was probably a smart move on to UMDNJ now known as Rutgers School of biomedical and Health Sciences for your birth. Cardiology fellowship at Emory your residency at Cornell when I spoke to dr. Laura Scott. She's a dermatologist in Miami. We talked about how almost every medical student has a moment or a series of moments where they worry that they are on the wrong path. And this is particularly complicated and Medicine cuz you're normally pretty deep in at the point at which I realize that both deep into your schooling and deep into debt. What was that moment for you? Oh goodness from the beginning. I think that by the time I had applied for my life have been you know, pretty successful. I got a full scholarship for all four years at UMDNJ for my tuition. They had a very supportive system at the medical school down as Hispanic Center of Excellence. They had some infrastructure to help but I think in my mind I did not have the basic tools. Of really how to sit down how to study how to organize my thoughts. That was something I kind of haphazardly learned on my own but it wasn't taught by my parents. It was thought by anyone had no organizational skills. I was all over the map.

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Democrats, and the Latino vote

In The Thick

06:16 min | Last month

Democrats, and the Latino vote

"Yesterday I had to make to DECAF coffee so To DECAF. This week it's been that way. Hey, welcome to think. And it's Friday and it's Friday before Election Day. And I'd. Giddy or something like that or depressed. I don't know I'm like. I'm. Not. Really. In should sometimes but anyway no, but I've been really focused. Well, I'm really happy to hear that because he knows our first topic is. Oh my God five days away from the election is when we are recording this Friday before the election. So, it's a matter of. Funny how much attention to the Latino vote to the black vote and you know I'm thinking a lot about the particular groups that are not being polled. Yeah. So you and I have been really talking about Nitty Gritty subsets like, for example, the Cuban Venezuelan Americans in Florida who are tending to vote Republican. But again, what's happening to their kids? You know if you throw religion into the mix as you know this is something I've been reporting about this week. Let the next event Jellicoe, yes. Complicated Yes fascinating fast-growing group that people were like who cares about them. The Small Black Conservative movement in Twenty nineteen forty percent of black. Democrat self identified is moderate Yeah Right now it appears that support for trump among black men who? Could be on the increase and that of course is compared to twenty sixteen. And let's talk about. The Asian. American Community Twenty Sixteen Bangladeshi and Pakistani Americans voted for Hillary Clinton at higher rates than Indian. Americans, are we geeking out? Yeah. But we are because actually who you this is the message if you are a political player if you are campaign manager yes you to hyper target. These community because these are the ones that you know I didn't know what t w stood for, but that's for the win. That you said that I had to ask my son that's so adorable. I was like sweet. Please tell me what t w yours we speaking something else for the win who are you and I are not. Political campaign managers but we can see that if you target hyper target Oh. Yeah. Let's four the win but let me give you one very clear example and I'm going. EQUA- I'm watching morning. Joe I. Love it earlier this week and Joe Scarborough for the first time I think said the Puerto Rican vote in Florida and I'm simple they're going to you even know what that means and why the Democrats are still struggling to get some of the most important voters in America. You know I have done so much reporting with Puerto, Rican organizers on the ground in central Florida since two, thousand, sixteen every one of them to a T. tells me one of the Democrats GonNa get us. They don't understand that realities between the diaspora and the island have changed politically. Issues about the debt issues about our place as a colony it's okay to say colonialism. That's why I give AOL see all the credit in the world back during the DNC when she said colonialism. That's where that new voter is thinking about that relationship with being in the United States and to get Joe Biden and the Democrats are just be like, oh, we are. We're showing up here's least fancy and Ricky Martin. That's the part where I feel is being missed. I am just going to say this right now. If anyone comes after me Tuesday and says, what about the Puerto Rican voters I'm going to be like Democrats did not do a good job getting them enthused look where are the best political campaigns run in this country including Puerto Rico? Fucking Puerto Rico. Okay. So whatever it is, it's political show. Let me ask you this question about Latino. Jealous because you talked to Reverend Saito who was featured in America by the numbers. and. He's president of the National Latino Evangelical Organization that has a lot of influence with both political parties. You talked him this week about the Gel goes in two thousand twenty. Where'd you find out? Well, you know. Trump folk have been reaching out for awhile. It's been like three years. That they have been working and working and working on Latino. Evangelical interesting. So Reverend Saudi, that's what he told me. He said this is been their understanding that if you get a slice of the Latino Latina Evangelical vote that can help you in Florida. And I'm just like Donald. Trump is not that smart? We know that. So the fact that he has people in his team that understand this Florida vote. Is just like okay. Well, this is the Democrats to lose. They talk a lot about this thing that you and I never mentioned which is quote unquote religious liberty. And Evangelical Community there is a perception that religious liberties are under attack. I know we're like what really they feel that the state is increasingly encroaching under freedom of religion in this country, and then the final thing is abortion. You know that was my big lesson. Don't underestimate it. Yeah. My big MAC quarterback for years ago was I did not understand the Puerto. Rican. Vote. In central Florida could swing on the issue of abortion and because they're evangelical. But here's the other side of that one. We don't know about younger evangelical whether or not. They will just say I can't do this anymore Donald Trump and the other big state and play were Latino evangelicals. This geeky Geeky can I guess tell me Pennsylvania? You're so smart and where in Pennsylvania O.. EILL. Lehigh valley have. Latino. Evangelical vote there is more heavily towards

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How Aimee Garcia Took Charge of Her Hollywood Career

Latina to Latina

05:03 min | Last month

How Aimee Garcia Took Charge of Her Hollywood Career

"Amy thanks for doing this. Thank you for helping me. I want to start with Scrappy heart Productions because while I am sure that we have some listeners in our midst who are aspiring actors says I'm going to guess that more are trying to figure out how to go from worker to owner from performer to Creator. So take me back to the moment where you decided that you wanted to have your own production company. It kind of happened organically with glow so they asked my writing partner and I who's also bodiqua. She's Puerto Rican and wrote A New York Times bestseller called crazy is my superpower. We were talking. We love superheroes and we love comics and we never saw ourselves represented and they asked us to write glow the comic based on the Netflix series wage. And that was the first time that we thought let's highlight the Mexican character in there that we felt could have been more mature dived into during the series. What if we pitched that relationship between Yolanda's character and the Muslim character and we pitched it to Netflix and they loved it off and they got their own covers on the comics. And that was the first time I thought oh my goodness. This is so cool that I was able to with my writing partner highlight a Mexican carrier. And have her be the center of the story even though she's a peripheral character on the show. So I have been following your writing partner and now your production company. Mendez for years because she and I both grew up in Union City, New Jersey and so years ago when she was in the WWE. My mom was like my mom's always on the lookout for Union City kids. So she was like a Union City kid in the WWE and it's like oh and she's Latina like this is amazing. We're so you guys were writing Partners before you were producing Partners, correct? We were writing Partners, we wrote Globe which we love doing and then we started writing Dungeons and Dragons and she's like, hey, I found this article on this badass female viking who had a hero's burial and we were like, let's highlight her and she had like this huge scar on her face. And then we did this Disney writers program and they said you should start a production company because you guys have so many ideas and you guys run off. Dammit with comedy and drama and T and you guys should create your original material and then we were like, yeah, we we should do that and then the kicker was really the, Khan's that is when our fans I would go around for Lucifer and she would go around for WWE and they'd ask us what's next like what are you doing? Next? We love your character and we thought well, let's check them an answer. Let's say we're creating our own characters and making these peripheral diverse characters the centers of their own stories. And then we just did it. I think this was all the love in my life, which is I am genuinely surprised that it took that long for you to realize that you wanted and needed a production company. I know, you know what it is. I've been really lucky as an actor. I recorded Modoc while I was shooting Lucifer and I filmed El Chicano while I was shooting Lucifer and I've always worked as an actor. I've had a bunch of failed pilots and I've had success with Dexter and shows that were supposed to be big and only lasts a year like rush hour and Trauma and I just throw myself all in and I think I didn't have the bandwidth to think outside of that kind of singular horse race track. I wish I would have done this sooner. I write 8 hours a day. I just dedicated myself for the past three years to writing every day. I have off and any time I finish a take I'll just run to my computer and right. So what was the first thing you did once you in a j decided that you wanted to start a production company content content is King whether it's you getting the rights to an article or writing it yourself off. Of or putting together a pitch for an existing IP like a j did with crazy as my superpower IP is everything and if you can have original Ip, that's the most important thing. So I really think putting pen-to-paper is the first step whether it's an article a book a script. I mean a g and I both wrote Our Own scripts and then with my show I was looking for a showrunner to help me write this pilot for a family Latino comedy that I want to write. I just ended writing it myself life. That's why we call the scrappy heart cuz we when we got the job for glow we didn't even know how to write a comic book. We literally YouTube how to write a comic book and like DIY like we're total DIY.

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How Aimee Garcia Took Charge of Her Hollywood Career

Latina to Latina

04:01 min | Last month

How Aimee Garcia Took Charge of Her Hollywood Career

"Amy thanks for doing this. Thank you for helping me. I want to start with Scrappy heart Productions because while I am sure that we have some listeners in our midst who are aspiring actors says I'm going to guess that more are trying to figure out how to go from worker to owner from performer to Creator. So take me back to the moment where you decided that you wanted to have your own production company. It kind of happened organically with glow so they asked my writing partner and I who's also bodiqua. She's Puerto Rican and wrote A New York Times bestseller called crazy is my superpower. We were talking. We love superheroes and we love comics and we never saw ourselves represented and they asked us to write glow the comic based on the Netflix series wage. And that was the first time that we thought let's highlight the Mexican character in there that we felt could have been more mature dived into during the series. What if we pitched that relationship between Yolanda's character and the Muslim character and we pitched it to Netflix and they loved it off and they got their own covers on the comics. And that was the first time I thought oh my goodness. This is so cool that I was able to with my writing partner highlight a Mexican carrier. And have her be the center of the story even though she's a peripheral character on the show. So I have been following your writing partner and now your production company. Mendez for years because she and I both grew up in Union City, New Jersey and so years ago when she was in the WWE. My mom was like my mom's always on the lookout for Union City kids. So she was like a Union City kid in the WWE and it's like oh and she's Latina like this is amazing. We're so you guys were writing Partners before you were producing Partners, correct? We were writing Partners, we wrote Globe which we love doing and then we started writing Dungeons and Dragons and she's like, hey, I found this article on this badass female viking who had a hero's burial and we were like, let's highlight her and she had like this huge scar on her face. And then we did this Disney writers program and they said you should start a production company because you guys have so many ideas and you guys run off. Dammit with comedy and drama and T and you guys should create your original material and then we were like, yeah, we we should do that and then the kicker was really the, Khan's that is when our fans I would go around for Lucifer and she would go around for WWE and they'd ask us what's next like what are you doing? Next? We love your character and we thought well, let's check them an answer. Let's say we're creating our own characters and making these peripheral diverse characters the centers of their own stories. And then we just did it. I think this was all the love in my life, which is I am genuinely surprised that it took that long for you to realize that you wanted and needed a production company. I know, you know what it is. I've been really lucky as an actor. I recorded Modoc while I was shooting Lucifer and I filmed El Chicano while I was shooting Lucifer and I've always worked as an actor. I've had a bunch of failed pilots and I've had success with Dexter and shows that were supposed to be big and only lasts a year like rush hour and Trauma and I just throw myself all in and I think I didn't have the bandwidth to think outside of that kind of singular horse race track. I wish I would have done this sooner. I write 8 hours a day. I just dedicated myself for the past three years to writing every day. I have off and any time I finish a take I'll just run to my computer and right.

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Florida: The swingiest swing state in the U.S. election

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:08 min | 2 months ago

Florida: The swingiest swing state in the U.S. election

"I want to talk a bit about how we got here and why at least since the the famous near Tie of two thousand does just seem to be Florida or at least partially about Florida. Michael ask, you first win and why did floor to become the key battleground? Republican hasn't won the White House without Florida forever. So that's part of the reason that it's become. So you know everybody desperately wants it and it just seems to be the self-balancing State where it's about twenty percent immigrants. But you know the last the last fifty, million votes that have been cast for presidential candidates in. Florida. Republicans. Democrats, are separated by about twenty thousand and we've had just about every election. Every statewide election seems to come down to one percent and just seems like every time another white person. Republican moves down here from the Midwest another democratic leaning Immigrants May move into central Florida from the Global South and so it's a really seems to be self-balancing. Beyond those demographics that Monolithic is it a case of elderly white pensioners voting for Republicans, and more recent arrivals from elsewhere trading Democrat or is there some kind of overlap between spillage among those groups? As you can probably imagine it's a little bit more complex in that I think that there's didn't kind of increasing awareness for both Democrats and Republicans that some of the key demographics here you know the American immigrants but you know you have the first generation, the second generation you have the newer arrivals you have the. You have the Cubans you have the Puerto Ricans have the Haitians. There's such a mix of people and cultures and experiences, and when you add to that kind of the New Yorkers that are coming to Florida to retire, and you have all these different politics and ideologies of mixed together I think you really get. Such a representation of both the Conservatives and the liberals in both the US. But also in Latin America and I think that when you look at South Florida, you see a lot of those kind of play. You see you know from Columbia, you see the Conservatives from Columbia and you see the progressives from Columbia. So you have such a makes of. Of just these ideologies that really comes to shine like Michael said in the way that people vote. Michael is the a geographic split within Florida as well because it's the general tendency in the United States and elsewhere that cities tend to be more liberal more vaguely left-wing rural parts of a given state or given country tend to be more conservative. Is that clear cut in that respect in Florida? Well, again I think. Could certainly right that it's always a little more complicated but that's generally true I think you know you saw in two thousand sixteen that Hillary Clinton did even better than expected in a lot of the urban areas She Barack Obama won Florida and Hillary Clinton. Did even better in some of the particularly in south Florida in Miami and Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach and some of the more urbanized area. But Donald Trump there was an absolute revolution of essentially white people in the exurbs coming out and voting for trump in the rural and sort of farther away from the cities you don't want to over stereotype. But it certainly true that the Republican coalition has you know the heart of it is older white people who are very reliable voters and the Democratic Coalition relies on younger urban lots of immigrants, lots of minorities who in the past have not been turned out has not been as High Bianca. Those factors taken into consideration that I guess the Republican Party's and democratic parties in Florida will have an amount obviously in common with the National Party and parties elsewhere is there still a distinctive political culture within Florida like basically what I'm asking are Florida Republicans different from other Republicans, into Florida Democrats different from other States Democrats. I think when it gets down to it when you're thinking of. Our Florida Latinos for example, are they always kind of leaning Democrat or you know Florida South Florida Latinos are they always leaning Republican as people kind of think a lot of the time because of the cuban-american population I think that a lot of that is is changing. So at whether whether or not, you're going to see more cuban-americans still voting. Republican. In the way that they usually do a lot of that is kind of breaking and and being undone because of the younger generation, you know really having more of an experience in the. US and seeing the way that their families grew up in thinking about healthcare and climate change as more of priorities to them. So you know I would say that the main difference if there was one is here you can see a lot of distinctive kind of you see mixed political ideologies in families. So I've met even candidates who are you know Democrats were running now for public office in Florida and their families are different completely different ideology from them. So I think that that's what's interesting right and what makes Florida you know such. Unique and fascinating state is that it's changing all the time and it's changing not just because of the of the new kind of waves of immigrants that are coming in but also the new generations that are really having a different kind of awareness than the one their parents did. We'll talk more in the second half of the program about how Florida may have changed in the last four years and what it might be like in this election. But Michael just before we do that I don't like to tempt fate too much by talking about what happened in two thousand when basically an entire parallel history of the twentieth century got chalked off by a margin of a few hundred votes in Florida but. Still. Talk about that election much in Florida and Walton immense sliding doors moment that was not just for the United States. But as it turned out for the entire world, you know I think that's a great way. Great way of putting it because it certainly was I mean you know you wouldn't have an Iraq war if it wasn't for five hundred, thirty, seven votes the other way. And I think it's just a great example of. Of. You know the way these these elections and Florida are always one on the margins. Sort of every community matters again at the margins these things make a huge difference. I think. You know Republicans have been much better organized since two thousand and you saw in two thousand with that Brooks brothers riot But but everyone knows it's going to be close and and that really is a place where every vote counts.

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Florida: The swingiest swing state in the U.S. election

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:07 min | 2 months ago

Florida: The swingiest swing state in the U.S. election

"Want to talk a bit about how we got here and why at least since the the famous near Tie of two thousand does just seem to be Florida or at least partially about Florida Michael Ask, you first win and why did floor to become the key battleground Republican hasn't won the White House without Florida forever. So that's part of the reason that it's become. So you know everybody desperately wants it and it just seems to be the self-balancing State where it's about twenty percent immigrants. But you know the last the last fifty, million votes that have been cast for presidential candidates in Florida Republicans, Democrats are separated by about twenty thousand and we've had just about every election. Every statewide election seems to come down to one percent and just seems like every time another white person Republican moves down here from the Midwest. Another democratic leaning immigrants may move into central Florida from the global south, and so it's a really seems to be self-balancing. Beyond those demographics that Monolithic is it a case of elderly white pensioners voting for Republicans and more recent arrivals from elsewhere trading Democrat or is there some kind of overlap between spillage among those groups? As you can probably imagine it's a little bit more complex in that I think that there's didn't kind of increasing awareness for both Democrats and Republicans that some of the key demographics here you know the American immigrants but you know you have the first generation, the second generation, you have the newer arrivals you have the. You have the Cubans you have the Puerto Ricans, have the Haitians. There's such a mix of people and cultures and experiences, and when you add to that kind of the new. Yorkers. That are coming to Florida to retire and you have all these different politics and ideologies kind of mixed together. I. Think you really get. Such a representation of both the Conservatives and the liberals in both the US. But also in Latin America and I think that when you look at South Florida, you see a lot of those kind of play. You see you know from Columbia from Columbia and you see the progressives from Columbia. So you have such a makes of. Of just these ideologies that really comes to shine like Michael said in the way that people vote. Michael is the a geographic split within Florida as well because it's the general tendency in the United, states and elsewhere that cities tend to be more liberal more vaguely left-wing rural parts of a given state or given country tend to be more conservative. Is that clear? Cut In that respect in Florida? Well, again I think. Could certainly right that it's always a little more complicated but that's generally true I think you know you saw in two thousand sixteen that Hillary Clinton did even better than expected in a lot of the urban areas she. Barack. Obama won Florida and Hillary Clinton did even better in some of the particularly in south Florida in Miami and Fort Lauderdale and West, Palm Beach and some of the more urbanized area. But Donald Trump, there was an absolute revolution of essentially white people in the exurbs coming out and voting for trump in the rural and sort of farther away from the cities you don't want to over stereotype. But it certainly true that the Republican coalition has you know the heart of it is older white people who are very reliable voters and the Democratic Coalition relies on younger urban lots of immigrants, lots of minorities who in the past have not been turned out has not been as High Bianca. Those factors taken into consideration that I guess the Republican Party's and democratic parties in Florida will have an amount obviously in common with the National Party and parties elsewhere. Is there still a distinctive political culture within Florida like basically what I'm asking are Florida Republicans different from other Republicans into Florida Democrats different from other States Democrats? I think when it gets down to it when you're thinking of. Our Florida Latinos for example, are they always kind of leaning? Democrat. Or you know Florida South Florida Latinos are they always leaning Republican as people kind of think a lot of the time because of the cuban-american population I think that a lot of that is changing so at whether whether or not, you're going to see more cuban-americans still voting Republican in the way that they usually do a lot of that is kind of breaking and and being undone because of the younger generation you know really having more of an experience in the US. and seeing the way that their families grew up in thinking about healthcare and climate change as more of priorities to them. So you know I would say that the main difference if there was one is here you can see a lot of distinctive kind of you see mixed political ideologies in families. So I've met even candidates who are you know? Democrats were running now for public office in Florida and their families are different completely different ideology from them. So i. think that that's what's interesting. Right and what makes Florida you know such. Unique and fascinating state is that it's changing all the time and it's changing not just because of the of the new kind of waves of immigrants that are coming in. But also the new generations that are really having a different kind of awareness than the one their parents did. We'll talk more in the second half of the program about how Florida may have changed in the last four years and what it might be like in this election. But Michael just before we do that I, don't like to tempt fate too much by talking about what happened in two thousand when basically an entire parallel history of the twentieth century got chopped off by a margin of a few hundred votes in Florida but. People still talk about that election much in Florida and Walton immense sliding doors moment that was not just for the United States but as it turned out for the entire world, you know, I think that's a great way. Great way of putting it because it certainly was i. mean you know you wouldn't have an Iraq war if it wasn't for five hundred, thirty, seven votes the other way. And I think it's just a great example of. Of you know the way, these these elections and Florida are always one on the margins. Sort of every community matters again at the margins, these things make a huge difference I think. You know Republicans have been much better organized since two thousand and you saw in two thousand with that Brooks brothers riot But but everyone knows it's going to be close and and that really is a place where every vote counts.

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How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?

BrainStuff

04:57 min | 2 months ago

How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?

"Brain Steph Lauryn Boban here. Here in the United States, it's Hispanic heritage month, which officially began as Hispanic Heritage Week in nineteen, sixty eight. Unlike many other campaigns that observe and honor the contributions of a particular group of Americans Hispanic heritage bump run throughout. September. But rather starts on September fifteenth and continues through mid. October. So, why does it start in the middle of the month? Well, a Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras. Nicaragua. All celebrate their Independence Day on September fifteenth. Mexico's is on September Sixteenth Chili's is September eighteenth and believes independence. Day Is September twenty first. By, stretching into October, the holiday also includes de la Raza on October twelve, which is a kind of rejection of Columbus Day because of Christopher, Columbus's many crimes against humanity and see our episode on Columbus Day for more about that. De la Rosa instead celebrates the melding of Hispanic races or Raza, and cultures. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, let's talk about three times at Hispanic Americans have changed the course of history. Some three hundred years after Spanish, conquerors became the first non native Americans to view the Mississippi River and later the Grand Canyon one host. Jeff Marianne Hernandez helps smooth transfer of the territory of Florida into US rule Florida was still part of Spain when Hernandez was born in Saint Augustine in seventeen eighty four. But that changed when he was selected to serve in the House of Representatives and was sworn into duty in eighteen, twenty three as the first Hispanic person to serve in. Congress. In historical context Hernandez being a slave owner is a controversial figure. Still. He remains the first one, hundred twenty eight Hispanic people to serve in the. US Congress. Maybe of more relevance today is the first Hispanic senator elected to a full term in Congress. New Mexico's Dennis Shabas in nineteen thirty five. We spoke with Paul Orbits Historian at the University of Florida. He said in addition to being the first American born Hispanic senator. He's critical for the time we live in because he fought on behalf of all working class. Equally, he fought for higher wages legislation he fought for people to have the right to organize a union he fought for more progress and you as foreign policy for Latin America he organized N. Double ACP leaders against Jim Crow Segregation. Then, a Chevette as one of those people we can use Hispanic heritage month to talk about our connection other people's democratic struggles. Today's Congress. The one hundred sixteenth has forty seven members of Hispanic heritage. Hispanic Americans also helped turn the tide of the civil war. Some twenty thousand were involved in the conflict. While some in the southeast sided with the confederacy especially those who came from wealthy families with plantations or other businesses in Louisiana Alabama more supported the union. or it said a lot of Mexican American soldiers fought on the side of the Union army in the southwest and actually helped defeat the confederacy in the southwest. Hispanic people in the West back the Mexican government to and celebrated the country's defeat of the French at the battle of Puebla on May fifth of sixty two single Demayo in a victory that may have helped prevent the French from siding with the confederacy and thus ultimately helping the Union win. A bit more modern only about eight years before the US Supreme Court ruled in Brown versus the Board of Education, that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional as Spanish schoolgirl showed the way. Sylvia Mendez a Puerto Rican and Mexican heritage was just eight years old when she and her brothers were denied enrollment into the white only Westminster School district in Orange County in nineteen, forty three. At the time about eighty percent of California, school districts were segregated. Her Parents Gonzalo. Felicitas Mendez enlisted other parents to fight the decision and they took the school board to court. After appeals that were abandoned short of the US Supreme Court Mendez Versus Westminster became the first successful federal school desegregation case in the nation that was in nineteen, forty seven. The case was important arguing that segregation itself even if schools were separate but equal was harmful unconstitutional under the fourteenth amendment specifically, the clause, the calls for protection of the laws for all citizens. In appeals Sylvia's case was argued by Thurgood Marshall who went on to argue for the

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Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

"It's been three years since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico and they are still rebuilding. Now, as we hear from correspondent Andy Field, the Trump administration announcing new FEMA aid Six weeks before the election of Puerto Ricans cannot cast electoral college vote, the president made it clear that his billions to help restore Puerto Rico's electric grid and pharmaceutical industry could help him politically. By contrast, Biden's Devastated the Allen to Puerto Rico. It's not clear how the president thinks Joe Biden hurt Puerto Rico, but Mr Trump needs citizens helped in a state where they can affect the Electoral College, Florida.

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Bad Bunny and Alejandro Fernandez lend star power to Biden's White House bid

WIOD Programming

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Bad Bunny and Alejandro Fernandez lend star power to Biden's White House bid

"Joe Biden, hoping a Puerto Rican rap star is going to help them win over Latino voters. Both the Biden and Trump campaign's are launching Competing at videos featuring the popular rapper Bad Bunny. The Biden campaign claims it has permission to use those songs. Trump Campaign had no comment. The Pinellas County

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

07:47 min | 3 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

07:18 min | 3 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

08:43 min | 3 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

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What's out about these niggers. Shawna us citizens about why. Why every negatives defending meg right now. I slept bitching his leg as the worst careers already. Came going never came literally literally. I'm not gonna put no names on so still. Flames advocate mezzo. They may you know. I think i think somebody definitely says his is maximum probably sawyer. You don't hear no brother vinegars right now talking about this you a little baby. And that's the that's the one thing i think. Houston nigga fucking you lose louise tonight. Pasta him bid would not from the whole thing is if you saw about it again. Just like the message. Why are you going to the internet. New he he's on reach. You gotta do video somewhere. Or who's in miami bro. Nick is. Nick is no he's still out here to slap. The new ain't nobody because they would if to the internet but not go to the nigger brought. This is a real situation. Realize the gay may come on me got argo. 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. Why will larry extra narrow speak this this there you. That's what they see guys to blood or tops in on the contrary one verse as is these every day. I'm not. I'm not going to be the next situation today. And she nagar said she definitely she. She kept g committees. That i know personally and they and they was thinking because they had no cases pending the multiple would have been in a week in week it weakening. Look it may come. I take you know who club votes. I see on the internet on a burner rope north street nigger talking about these because you don't know another bus nation arms smart but that is speaking of six now dozen department. We're not taking these taking big bro. No he beat bobby. No clear is merger dow channels witness a rare negus from to get out of jail. He's immobile so my question is how come this nigger received so much clout and it's not even really looking into in his name. Why why why people into their own rainbow head freak show again. I feel play i. They post every eight. Anything he do is like. That's that's just fuel to the flame as long as you posted on the keep doing goofy shoe. But then you got niggers took a case for quite lighting level. And we don't even talk about this pop up on the internet. Like what the fuck think about this. Biggest fan bro. Really talking about this nickel. Bobby's murder now. Every nigga the ram game at st. Nick the that's even more reason for other people. Do bobby smarter. Bobby smothering it a lot of coop you never hear about. You will never hear about six nine. If you didn't go academic feeding we'll see we get out early joe's when he get out you sign with an ground right. Yeah who Six nine nine control the media social media matalin. What media talks about him outside associated fucking while seeing him out locked up. We gotta that sit set. Amc's on social media. Units happening cnn tuning. He got to. 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 ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

07:02 min | 3 months ago

"puerto ricans" 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 ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

07:12 min | 3 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"All like lamb me on ended up being real so you feel like messed run for this look and i feel like i'm i'm all would what. What is he a. Oh gives into actions into confrontations with every single fucking. Do you ever listen to. The wire is then he doesn't give a fuck about you. Shit bro but you you just gotta think about it like they be on. Assault copped scandal scandalous. Like nick. like lights on the south kiro drinks and shit like that like he tells us you're grabbing knew what crazy like. Pay serve you. You're down like nigga drink the nigger nigger like if you listening music. You can kind of tell what type of nigga only talk about getting bread and like They used to be balmy. See you know then it goes probably just the does the nigger he corrupt and he ended up making it. But if you heard nigga talking about like tony one savage probably jianqiang shit. Like i say nigger nigger say certain shit where you can tell what type of lifestyles nail now. Is tom pimp initiate. Like they're like put what they own in a sheet regardless like a lot of it might be fight but you can tell wearing mine stated is to what he's saying. She often nick our tom. I get down somebody. No he finally doing some sleet. So i think the furthest honestly is the first time on my senior was southeast birth. This the first time. I see that a puzzle capitalizing off the smoke and i like sauce being trying to fight everybody in the world. He also work lavar. I heard this in south redoubled daddy's issues before let me double back for. I feel like it has been in the city and we thought he was getting into with the double bed real phase nine. He's still talking still on it. Does you a nigga. Third third was in eighth in drives some seat like nigga some some South bay some of the pain niggers like twelve hundred or some shape or feature charged in two hundred four feet and he he was in the rifle negative and promote needs shit like did like twelve hundred hundred sheet doug saying is out and i'm in the city right now live from The lightning came big. This be negi Here both you were south was like fucking with young fucking with the new year. Yeah you're seeing. That's all he right here. Bullshit cloud but Angle then begin today. Move years k no nigger that he come forward is coming for him. Take that from the borough. I getting in the bed. I'm not making some money. They got their brave and revelant ending his ag. Part of going to say there he begin paid. You ain't heard team nothing new. I don't want yeah yo to get out here get hurt at any streets from attain. That i'm gonna taste exactly what is going to be sooner or later as that was gonna be. Somebody's melissa's getting. Are you going to year one and the to say 'cause lying man. He doesn't made his stay out jail for a long time. He said fog. We talented artists brody me way off. His father brought a lot of young as they used to be fun when we was in baseball. Like he's a he's he's aboriginal and that's in in the thing about me. They always crash and burn film point and i hate to put on the guy decision allowed. But that's that's what i see now identified burrowed s. This is dating shit. Snap some over a cops. Because every day of the he's still fighting sheep something about five nine someone's jewelry on their jamie. You say life lookout may look out the loan. You've gotta be like especially if you really. They should have wrote. There's no reason for you to be out aloud like the because you ready for when it comes to. You ain't gotta go looking for it man. I just wish focused more on music now for writing kit for late and utilize this but we. We have got word. I'll know the sows. This is coming efficient full-fledged this on the way you may whatever's us and say the second district has already finished done with got the video. He talked with the video new year. Old this video this this is this is number two. Now see this. I don't wanna see one. I'll put that out there formulas out. I don't wanna see a an forgive me. That's fan of either. Or i don't want to see european live now. I wanna see that know this not solve about pulling up.

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

04:47 min | 3 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"Her holland. As i talk about that young still he was he was he as kicked like either like they were in or they giving. It was like his bike on everybody in the house sitting on the porch. If you was coming long story short. I remember that brought about Smote abc everybody in the everybody. It was outside san types. You may be assertive. Assure tom news pool sprays when he was strapped. He was traveling smoke or shoot. Maybe he had no. I've heard i've heard stories from other louisiana niggers and it was really by being issue. He was really involved. They'll just retarded loved. Don't know bigger the knife for a right. I notice by i so fucking. Let's start over. We go dump it off with these mix she knows. How would i want to talk about this shit with her shoes. Booming note are. Do you wanna do this. Because you said adding we can do this not going back to the issue because i know that we get the climbing runway we can get that always scary is blending..

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Jos Ralat, Taco Editor

Latino USA

03:58 min | 3 months ago

Jos Ralat, Taco Editor

"Roulette. Welcome to let you know USA. Thanks for having me to be like the one and only standing official dot co editor of the United States of America. That's a big deal. Congratulations. Thank you. It's an honor fed I don't. Take lightly because I. I have the responsibility of. Not just. For reading about the food but. priding about the people and I think that's really the most. Critical part of the job but before we continue. People might be saying, wait what's going on and so you're very open about the fact that you stutter that is something that happens and so we might as well just say, Hey, it happens in your cool with. Saying Yeah and and moving on, right? Yes. I am thank you. Yes. It's part of my life and it's never stopped me from doing things like. Live TV or radio segments I. Love that. I. GotTa Say I really do I completely loved that. So. What you may not know is that I've been Taco fanatic since probably before you were even born, I'm Mexican I grew up with this stuff. You know I mean, my mom made dot goes by our leader. Mehta goes you're Puerto Rican you were growing up with this stuff. So what's the story as to why this Puerto Rican dude ends up falling in? Love with TACO's growing up in the states I knew about duck was generally speaking at A. Fast Food Product but. As a Mexican food item. was in. Brooklyn from. A. China and I don't know. Who I fell in love. With I. The woman. or The food. So before we get to talking about that goes which again we talk about forever. One of the things that stood out to us is from the beginning of your book. And this is where you refer to something you call the alita principal. And having just mastered Jose, you'll be proud of me finally having just mastered my I will lead us the you like I finally figured it out. I'm just like Oh my God I can't believe it. I unlocked it. What is this thing about the alita principle when it applies to Dacas? So, whenever people? Talk about Mexican food eventually the conversation. Pros around to. Well. My Willett I made the best Mexican. Food she made best diesels. Hurling. was, the best or her? Malia was the best. and. For them. That's as far as Mexican food goes. Nothing else. Counts as Mexican. which is unfortunate because. Mesko is a large country with micro regions. And Different, cuisines. It's not that. Simple. We shouldn't box it in. Boxing it in. His misguided at. Best and racist that worst Could also. Be. Maybe so and so's grandmother wasn't

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

11:54 min | 4 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Latino USA

"Have to learn more about the three cans in the USA. Sometimes, we forget about their needs, what are the living conditions of our population in the USA? From food media, it's Latino USA by Medina Jose, today Puerto Ricans and the spread of covid nineteen. Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, it's been reported that low-income Black and brown communities have been hit hardest by the pandemic. On this show, we've covered how immigrants and Latinos are getting sick and dying at some of the highest rates in the country. As the crisis continues so does the necessary reporting? A large scale investigation released in June focused on the Puerto Rican diaspora here in the United States. The results are sobering. Detailed analysis found that Puerto Rican communities in the mainland live in parts of the country that also happened to be the most vulnerable for the spread of Covid. Nineteen. The Puerto. Rico based sent throat. More investigative or CPI mapped out the Puerto. Rican population in the US. And analyzed how that overlapped with the spread of covid across the country. The investigation determined that Puerto Ricans in the US live in counties that have the highest possibility of cove infection and death. This piece included reporting from New York New Jersey in Florida a four person team contributed to the story and two of those reporters join us today Manasseh Golan ominous worked on data analysis and crunch the numbers for this piece welcomed on Murphy. Interviewed Puerto Ricans in the states. Montagne corral. Thank you so much for your work and welcome to Latino USA. Thank you many know Hosa, thank you for having us and you so much. So look there have been a lot of stories that in particular Latino Latina journalists we've just been really obsessing over when this pandemic has been developing and I'm just wondering at what point did you just say? Hold on a second. There's a story about Puerto Ricans, right here. Do you remember when that happened for the both of you? Monday. Solid start with you. This investigation with started after we published our first Saudi last April, we identified that the passengers arriving in to the island not in Puerto Rico came from areas of greatest contagion by cut on how biters like New York floaty on. New Jersey does estates has the largest population in United States. Therefore, we decided to analysis if the pottery cans leaving in USA have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus corral, you're based here in the United States you're based in New York. Based in Puerto Rico I'm wondering because you ended up being the one who is doing the interviews here on the mainland do you remember when you just went like Whoa I'm seeing this right in front of my eyes. This is a story about Puerto Ricans. I wasn't surprised because as a person living in New York I kinda got to see firsthand how most of the people that were outside where people who had to be because they were essential workers and the So when Manasseh told me people from Puerto Rico in the US are being mostly affected by cove. Nineteen It didn't. It didn't surprise me not at all. I'm not Puerto Rican but. I have. Been hearing this story many Puerto Rican girlfriends, professional women. Who just tell me? Oh. My God, this person died, and then this person died and then this person died, and in fact, in your reporting, you tell the story of a man, his name is William Sanchez by the guys he's fifty seven years old and he manages four apartment buildings for the elderly or the disabled in the Bronx how many people did he tell you have died from the four apartment buildings that he manages? In the buildings that he manages around sixteen people have died. He contracted the virus and he himself was extremely worried for himself and for his wife he told me he didn't see his wife for about two weeks while he quarantined. And I remember when I asked him about his experience. He started telling me how he was hallucinating that he felt extreme pain and that he thought he was going to. And he told me that at that moment. He started to write his will. And he said I didn't think it was my time to be doing this into start doing this but I felt it was going to be very real. It was going to be the outcome and I had to be prepared for the worst. So we is from the Bronx. The Bronx is a heavily Puerto Rican borough in New York City and I'm wondering what me Jude decide to zero in on counties in New York City, in New Jersey and in Florida in particular and what makes those areas especially dangerous for Puerto Ricans we decided to concentrate on the five hundred, ninety, four count is because they. Have a higher but the population, our investigation found the were dip Puerto Rican people are leaving. There is a high number. A high rate of conditons is very important to specify that it doesn't mean that the report dot Com people are more infected with a vital, but they're possibility of contagion increase because they leave were there is a high rate of contaminants and We also correlative eight deputy population with the Social Brunette Ability Index. And we found that Brunette ability factors are very present. Your poverty being considered a racer minority deem limitations with the English high unemployment. These factors increase the possibility of becoming infected from the US. You know there is a concept of just poverty, but then when you get more specific about different kinds of poverty. We're talking about here in terms of Urban Poverty Puerto, Ricans, and especially poverty in high density locations. And, you know in many ways, the story of the pandemic is all about geography. You know it can basically determine what your experience with this pandemic has been like. So I'm wondering, can you talk about this notion of urban poverty and geographic location? The spread of the virus and how this coincides with the Puerto Rican community specifically. You. ECORSE. Mainly, in spaces with more population were people have less access to basis services. That's it. Many people live in overcrowded in is so difficult to maintain the the social distance because they're leaving together. Then leaving insane houses they leave in maybe your on Call Your Grandmother, your, son, your sister, the song of your sister you can't avoid contact with the people so that increase the possibility of contagion. Could I'll I'm I'm wondering you began to see patterns of what was happening with these communities. Well, what was the patterns that you were seeing in terms of the failure of local governments and local institutions to really address this problem to be prepared to deal with the way the virus was attacking the Puerto Rican community in specific. The other people that I interviewed her name was August on sale and she is a mother of three children and he told me that it was just Hard for her to be in the area and it was also kind of saddening to her to see that there weren't enough efforts for people in the region to have p. p. e. face mass hand sanitizer. See that she didn't see that type of help in her. Milagros told you to. That she's been having to do everything from now from school to virtual medical treatments to making sure that her kids don't get depressed. And when they tell her that, they want to go back to their normal routines. Now she has to explain that it's just not going to happen right now our our. Our level replies are typing Indian the. Program, quiet. Okay Get any awkward. Calia Point K.. Normal. So, did you see any things that you began to hear over and over again particularly with Puerto Ricans confronting this virus? Yeah. This has to do with preexisting conditions before Kobe did this was something someone told me nonetheless being he's from the South Bronx he runs a community center there and he was just telling me that A lot of people in the South Bronx were already going through problems that I guess Kobe's exacerbated he mentioned, for example, the factor of unemployment he said in this community, a lot of people were already unemployed and Kobe hit those who did have office jobs just lost them and the ones left working right now in this community are essential workers. People who were also not very fluent in English. Would tell me that a lot of the resources that were being given out were in. English. And they might have to do a little extra effort to look for resources in Spanish and depending on where you live. They might not even exist. They were telling me how they were seeing difficulties in this in different sectors. For example, migos concern she was telling me that although she can speak English, she was talking with other moms and. They don't master English as well. So when classes went online, it was much harder for them to help their children with homework all the classes were in English and while they relied on the school and the teacher before now it's just it's just a little harder for them to actually help their children. You also spoke to someone named Mike Wreath Rivera, who lives in Newark new. Jersey. WHO's a plumber originally from Puerto Rico.

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:53 min | 6 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Latino USA

"The government aware of these projections that the scientists were coming up with. What did they about this? Well, there was really one thing to do, and also the Muslim decorating with style at Hinson. Fallacy guas young cat. Rico! Advice got on avenues Kobe in way way. Put the whole island on lockdown so governor one dollars kits. Did just that on March. Fifteenth Puerto Rico became one of the first, if not the first jurisdiction to do a full lockdown, and what made this lockdown so strict? Is that basically if you're in the streets after nine PM, you go to jail or your could be fined and I'm talking to you. In early June Maria and we're still with police enforced curfew now it is from seven pm to five am, but that is what. What experts were recommending a full lockdown? The scientific literature had indicated that this drastic type of measure needed to happen because we knew that we had limited testing capacity that we'd really had no way to do. Contact tracing. It surprised a lot of people because politically ed meant maybe a blow for the governor's reelection campaign I. Don't know when you think about it. It really sounds like the lockdown on the island was really the only option. But how does the government follow up lockdown? And then what so we knew the virus had? Had arrived, but we didn't know who was infected or how they got infected. So that is why mass testing and contact tracing is so important, because it accomplishes that, and even with the really strict a stay at home orders in place if you don't identify and isolate the rebel who have Cova Nineteen, the virus is still a threat. It's still out there. So at this point, the capacity of testing from the health department was very low. They were doing around one hundred and fifty tests a day in their lab. And what I? I felt we'll sake. We'll say health snow, so Dr Ramaphosa is actually an expert in both scientific capacity. Puerto Rico. NPR Molecular testing, so he knew that we could do more my constant battle. He's for the limitation of the right strategies because this opportunity that I will not like to see Puerto, Rico News and the problem was that the government agency though is supposed to take the lead in making these tests was facing challenges of its own in the span of two weeks Matia. We had three health secretaries and a scandal broke. Rico or struggling to test possible covid nineteen patients this after the governor there canceled a thirty eight million dollar contract to buy a million test kits and.

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:25 min | 6 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Latino USA

"Because I felt that the government, the local government was not telling the story. We need to hear in order to understand what we were GONNA phase during the spend. I started reaching out to scientists. It Mia has been reporting on this story from early on. She's a Co. founder of the local media outlet, moving nest, and she's focused on the efforts of the scientific community in Puerto Rico and its diaspora to fight the virus. It mea welcome to let the USA thank you. Thank you for having me Matia so any. Take me back to the moment when you remember first hearing about covid nineteen on the island. So, the first cases reported to go with co ED nineteen were tourists in late February, and the first case that tested positive that I heard about was on Italian tourists who arrived aboard a cruise ship called Costa looming. Also, there was some concern we had hospitals that had suffered damage after the earthquakes are hospitals were not overwhelmed then, but there was the concern that they could become overwhelmed if the system did not do something to prevent the virus from spreading, so that is why. Why I talked to Dr Geneva Dome. Song who is Vice President of research at the Ponce Health Sciences University because she has led the efforts from her research team to bring relieve after hurricanes, and then the twenty twenty earthquakes, so she's been through at all these hospitals they were in the process of fixing the damage that it occur due to the earthquakes when the pandemic struck in construction had to be halted, and this limited the number of ICU units, intensive care units available so. When describe the situation on the island? It really does sound like one thing after another and a lack of preparedness at every. So in the case of this pandemic, what was the Puerto? Rican government's response? Who All my? They were very slow to start. It felt surreal because at the same time as the whole world was facing covid nineteen, our public health department was in denial and health secretary the time even said that the virus was not gonNA reach us because there are no direct flights from China to Puerto Rico so seeing how the government was being so. So inactive I really started reaching out to Puerto Rican. Scientists and one of the scientists is Dr Daniel Ramos. He's neuroscientist who runs a lab out of Yale. University show when I hear. These are guitar you of Healthy Puerto Rico saying that something that's becoming a pandemic will never make it to Puerto Rico. I become really concerned because that means that they're not only on prepared, but completely oblivious to the dangers that are in the horizon. At this point, it's late. February and By now there is a sense that there is a deadly pandemic that it is again worldwide. And it's already at the doorstep of Puerto Rico. In the local health department doesn't seem to be preparing for it, I mean. It does begin to sound like a recipe for disaster. Yes, yes, it does and it. They'd back at that time, and that is why Dr Denise. Thumbs down, started crunching the numbers with her team and making statistical models to try and predict the impact of the virus in Puerto Rico because until then money are we really did not know what was going on, and this was done extremely quickly in less than twenty four hours, so we very early. Early on identified that there was the potential for this to spread according to the on ramps. At that time, there was a grim projection that between fifteen thousand to sixty thousand people will die if nothing was done, and you have to understand Matia this projections take into account a lot of factors, so that is why the projections are so wide ranging, but even fifteen thousand people for an island with a population of three million.

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"I'm Outta Gardener. I don't know if I had I had come pulled ahead. Kale garlic Dothan There carrot so painted altogether. I'm with little thought. So that's what I have the first podcast making me very hungry. I know starving. I guess in here waiting for me when I lived in la every Sunday. I used to cook for my for my crew. You know like the about about twelve people would show up ballet the their mighty Gopal Bang. Do you know whatever are you gonNA is is so is basically saying is that you're gonNA start like a like a cooking thing like you're going to start doing recipes and Yup follow follow for more recipes. Yeah actually going to be doing it in a couple of weeks. Believe enough that maybe you read Spanish I keep I wanNA teach people the proper way of making a proper. Oh anyway the good way. But there's a proper way 'cause I love I went on the record. I don't I don't I don't I don't you know it's it's it's US okay. Is Myra is us all of us at all? I don't like say Puerto Rican because I don't drink milk bill Moore but by being consumed with your arena of NSF. Bring everybody together. We understand yes either. Even now's GonNa take other than than like cooking you know You know being out out the snow. The bears What other stuff have you been doing? You know to to keep busier. What did you learn you right now? Would you know now? We gotta wear masks. And I don't have my bass up here but Luna la I've been doing too many I've been walking like banks. Anybody okay everybody seriously. Oh you go to the Louise's starting to vigilante. I've like a mutant. No one wants to rob banks. You might I go I go. I go by the name of while. Mosca short when he used to be. You take legitimate. That's not too soon life you can do..

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"'cause you don't we could we? We Compost Weaving Cycle Nice. Little Wha what golden dead night. I don't know about Nasdaq but yeah you know so. It didn't leave a mess. I can't win. The travel boom in the bag looked to go but now like I say I'm GonNa have to put the big end that should out said A. It's been snowing. There are no because I feel like you have posted something of a in the snow. Got It though the few days ago. Really E- for today. Monday is now. Wild was a little bit but when we were driving out like five minutes away from here going up it was all over the place I go I. I'm just a witness for the for mother. Nature's right yeah there for the ride. But but you know I. I've been like I've been here kilo. You know a family of Friends. You know Count on the constant every day You know I got I got I gotta just give a shoutout man. You know. There's so many people out there or the EMT doctor medical people driving the fifteen dollars or less hourly workers enough food and stuff you know in a mother but my eighty years old go to work every day. What is new to the heart surgeon?.

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"Shaming you lion here. Yeah Yeah I need 'cause we were really concerned about you because all we have is how you look you know every time records so unfortunately. Now that's all we have to go for and we actually were offline. The three of us were like about how you might be in trouble or something because you guys couldn't see how pretty I still exactly. Yeah now everything's coming to focus in really happy that you lookin' happy you look very happy. Thank you so happy so happy you guys. I like really excited about our guest today So we had him at one of our live shows and it was probably one of our most sold out. Live shows that They had to turn away people from the weightless outside. Unfortunately and it was one of the funnest Improv sets. I think we've ever done. Yeah we thought about it. We talk about it all the time we get interviews legendary down. It's it's our soundbite whenever people ask us out the best experience during the so yeah. It's legendary with like a legit legend soul. I say we bring him in. Are you guys ready to bring on Puerto Rican? Bobby on no though hockey. So you'll are in your Vermont right now out. There is good one. I love were fake birth. I know that yeah. How's it going over there with you? Know what I mean. Women the Middle Woods we have. We have to say I feel safer when you have. What's around okay? Who questioned matter? I'm wait great question this morning this morning at four thirty in the morning but oh she started wining On your man you gotta go out now. Usually good like a going out at night between seven and eight. But she's wearing four thirty so I go. Yeah and I go to let her out the back but she doesn't to the back she goes downstairs or go. Oh my gosh you've gotta go so I go. I hope with door. I see the garbage cans. It's on the side. She runs out as she starts barking. And Shit and I go. Oh Shit okay. We got at the institute. I mean a bad situation. So she goes and she barnes she come back in. I go back in and I'd just like stay behind the door. You know safely behind. It's like ten minutes. I'm like I must be grabbed and they're very determined right now. So you know I give a minute nasty. The BED announced step back up. And they're there that opened the door real fast full of Shit. Motherfucker looked at me and.

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

02:53 min | 8 months ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Short Wave

"Here's one thing we know for sure. In general older people are the most vulnerable to the dangerous complications of the corona virus. And what part of the US has the most older Americans per capita the US territory of Puerto Rico? Puerto Rico is especially vulnerable because their healthcare system still hasn't fully recovered from Hurricane Maria in twenty seventeen followed by a recent string of deadly earthquakes. Tonight new six takes you inside the medical crisis in Puerto Rico tomorrow on top of matters Mooney mohair PhD scientists Rican argues. There's a huge communication problem. There's not as much information in Spanish. And it's not always timely. Recently the White House put out some guidelines for for the country on on social distancing and it took the government a couple of days to translate it into Spanish and there were journey another journalist who were requesting. Where is the Spanish language information for this and it took them awhile? A lot of three can speak English. But according to US census data the overwhelming majority a fourth Ricans. Who Speak Spanish in their homes. Say they do not speak English very well. And some don't speak English at all and in a situation like a pandemic having accurate and evidence base science based Information Abou- preventive measures about how to take care of your health. It can actually be a matter of life or death. Monaco's trying to fix that. She works for a nonprofit called. Cnc Poor three go a network of scientists and supporters. Trying to get the right information out about the corona virus in part of that is doing lots of interviews and you know early in the morning you got to warm up that voice because I am in California and there's a three hour difference in Puerto Rico. Yeah I've been waking up at five in the morning a lot more than I usually do. Your what do you got? Let me hear your vocal exercises. I don't have any you need to tell me. Give me a couple of red. Leather Yellow Leathers red-letter yellow. You gotTA say fast. Red Leather Yellow Leather Red Leather Yellow. Other red blood or yellow today on the show how one group of scientists educators and community members are trying to bring accurate scientific information to Americans in Puerto Rico. And why it's not just about language it's about culture.

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Resigning and then the investigator who is investigating him it. It seems we haven't seen the report fully so you know it's it's speculative but the fact that this person gets fired the fact that the other person resigns and at the other one is saying. Hey these people told me to treat this guy like this to do exactly what I did. It's who shows us that everything. He was saying everything. Everybody was saying was factual sure you know this is based on their own investigation so who got specifically fired when news of that happen and who was at the got fired or like or suspended however because I know that's what happened earlier this week. Jay was earlier this week. So it was the head of the of the person has in charge of these investigations for the Department of driver services. He was fired the second command are he was. He resigned so one person gets fired. Another person gets resigned and the motive. Wow Wow so so there is no report like you've found out about that there's report you're right and so right we're we're still waiting for like an official reply. So where is the case. Now I mean what's up with the status of the lawsuit. I mean obviously these guys got let go. You're still waiting for the report. Where were you at in litigation where we are in litigation is? We've been responding the State's states opportunity to respond to us because we wanted them to do a thorough investigation. Let's not rush if you don't have to rush. I'm so where wearing contact and nothing's expected to go in so court to the end of January. So that's where we are. Where where the next nextstep within litigation won't happen before the end of January what exactly with the litigation are the the lead plaintiff and and the other is since it's a class action? What are you what are you guys seeking here? I mean we're we're really seeking remedy and relief. We just want people who come from both the goats who have the same benefits as every other. US citizen imagine. If he had went his family had crossed over and once Florida they would have had a license the same day. Yeah in fact we have seen we have. I have a colleague in our Florida office. Yeah who's born and raised input Nico. When he went to Florida? He turned in his Otago driver's license and left with a Florida driver's license right. So what we want is we. We need systemic changes here As a legal defense and Education Fund where we're import what we find important is is really ensuring that policies change and that our people have the dignity that they deserve and that they're treated with fairness. Yeah you know this is really a case about fairness and it's typical Opportunity case right like you have someone who leaves one place to another place for a better opportunity. I mean this is a story that regardless of what state you live in if you come from New York Goto Georgia for opportunities. You expect that George is going to treat you the same way that they treat the people who been living in Georgia. You don't expect that they're going to intrigued differently. You know right so have you been able to find the root cause of the like how this all came about with his exam. Or is that part of your our case or that. That's what that's that's We haven't found out they have been Statements released by by Georgia Department of driver services services saying that they're no longer facilitating that examined. I'm not exactly sure how they how they word it on one a misquote anyone here but you know what we do know is that we received you know in part of this case. We've requested information through the Foia Process which is illegal process crosses of any citizen or anyone could reach out so a government entity in just ask questions and in one of those questions was. Hey have you heard of this exam and not only that they say we heard of it. They sent us a copy of it so we got to see. Remember that you know. See What this examines housing and Econo- questions they were asking but it's our understanding that you know they're no longer using that as a metrics. So tell me about the lead plaintiff you know. He's finally getting his documents back. Which has recently which I'm like? What is he gone through? I mean I know you shared a little bit. But how's he doing now. You know he still he still going through what he's been going through. Imagine you know. I've I'll give you a quick example. I was out there. Let's say a few months ago prior to him getting back documents prior to filing the case and and we're just crossing the street you know and I'm very much so fortunate right I and I'm privileged because I don't think about you know there's no cards coming halo is just across the street right here why we had to walk to the corner and he's like no you crazy. We got woke to the corner. That's police right there. They're going to stop us. I don't have identified occasion. I don't don't have no paper. I don't have anything and we're across the street from courthouse so you know the the trauma and the impact. It's very real for our client. Yeah so how can people fought. I mean obviously you have the next phase of this in January. How can people follow you guys? The case I know you've been sharing with us and others and made look I mean I. I thought it was great to see it. Make local like it made the the Atlanta paper which I was like. That's good the you know it needs to be covered in places like Georgia. So how can people find out more about the case and what you guys plan to do and they follow us. At Latino Justice Dot Org Bak- follow us on social media or platforms Latino Justice L. A.. T. I N. O.. J. U. S. T. I C. E. NO space and would swing Latino injustice that. That's how they can find out more information about the case or head Luis Vasquez Junior. Thank you so much for being on Latino rebels radio this story the way you explained it. I mean it's so different from what I read and thank you for taking the time to share the story with US my pleasure. Thank you for having me. I WanNa thank Louise Vasquez Junior for being on the show with me guys. If you like what you heard super simple please. Rate Review US share with your friends a fun year. I mean I mean we still going to do a couple apple these before the end of the year but WanNa thank everyone for the support that you have given us a Tina rebels radio part of foot little media in Harlem Harlem New York and special. Thanks to Luis Luna Associate producer of Latino rebels radio. We'll be back after the KNOBBY DALLAS to get a couple more shows in that's the hope and like we always do where he's out with Oblivion Minnesota's Horie gallery the radio.

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Monday San Juan Puerto Rico thousands of residents flooded into the streets demanding that they're governor resigned. Popstar Ricky Martin was right up front standing on top of a truck weaving huge rainbow flag. What does it feel like to be in the middle of protests like that something so massive Oh? I don't know I grew up. I have to be honest. I grew up going to protests as a child may have come from a very protests family like I grew up going to tell you. Medina was born and raised in Puerto Rico. When I was in college? Yeah I would go. Protests funding cuts to the funding of university. I would protest the Fiscal Control Board when I was in college now. She reports for Latino rebels. Says was remarkable about this. Week's protest wasn't interest the size but how'd attracted people who don't usually show up to these things older folks people with disabilities. The people who protests are labeled usually as like. It's very similar to the U._S.. Oh these socialists so these people who just like to control the government. They're like lazy students. They don't want to do anything and that's nothing what we saw yesterday yesterday. It was literally just the whole population. These protests have been building for weeks spurred on by the revelation. The Governor Ricardo were CEO sent offensive group chats. He made fun of regular citizens. He made fun of other politicians even called one a whore. He tried to manipulate eight journalists to in response. Puerto Ricans have camped out in front of the governor's mansion. If held a yoga protest a motorbike protest they came in by horseback. I think it was like estimate was about five thousand five thousand horses says yeah we have a lot of forces. There was even one group of protesters who paddled by the governor's residence in kayaks. They were on their boats with science. Blasting music is the governor even here to see all of this so we don't know where he is. He's kind of playing Carmen Sandiego on us. They won't tell us a schedule. They say he's busy like yesterday. For example people asked where he was and one of his the members members of his office was like Oh we don't know for he is and then like ten minutes later he was in Fox News. Those problems going to support you. In the middle of there are folks that have supported me specifically quickly as there are people. Give me one see them there. There's a protest it was it was so cringe-worthy just seeing him struggle to find one political ally. You're not able to give me the name of one person in Puerto Rico Rico who supports you continue governor is that correct I can so the mayor of San Sebastiano for example support it this effort whose name is a little while later this mayor he came out and he said No. I don't support the governor those just I don't i. I can't say I feel terrible for him. But that was those bad listening to Natalia talk you can hear the excitement her voice like. She said she's spent her whole life protesting thing. She's thinking maybe this time. This protests is going to work but here's my question the protesters in the street they seem to be united in the fact that they want the governor out but are the united in what they want after that a lot of people are thinking of the future but a lot are also focused on the now just getting him out and the what happens later is were the division comes in like I was telling my editors it's just about the chats this like years of corruption and years of scandals and years of mismanagement from the two major parties building up and the chat was just like what blew it over over the problem here is that this corruption isn't just about one politician spent a bunch of them in both major political parties so even if the governor does leave office who's going to run Puerto Rico and can they run at any better. I'm Mary Harass. You're listening to what next.

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"puerto ricans" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"puerto ricans" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Or discounted tuition to students from Puerto Rico whose home institutions were closed. One of the first students to take them up on the offer was Rosa Marie Palerme. She enrolled at Saint Thomas university in Miami. And late September, twenty seventeen and moved into her dorm room just a few days later calling from no signal in the water. No light sweating so much because of the humidity coming here was like a big relief as part of our coverage of the one year anniversary of hurricane, Maria, the world's Caroline Bieler checked in with Palerme and some of her classmates. When I interviewed Palamyn her Spartan Miami dorm room last fall. She already missed Puerto Rico and knew she wanted to go back though. No one that is might be year two years, but I wanna go back. I love my little island turns out. She didn't have to wait years, just three months. Her school in San Juan reopened in January, and the cheerful redhead decided to leave Saint Thomas university. Obviously, it was an opportunity and I was very grateful for Thomas and everything they did. But as soon as I saw window to come back home that, yes, I need my island, my family, my friends, she left Miami the day after false semester ended. The soon as I got off the plane started crying. I was like, oh, finally, the heat. My. I was so happy polara moved back in with her parents, brother and two dachshunds Lupe and Stella. I net when I visited the families, modern black and white apartment in San Juan weeks ago. Started classes at Sacred Heart university in San Juan. Last winter as the campus was rebuilt around her, it's still being repaired. Now you see a lot of construction. They're fixing a lot of areas of the university, making better. The light would go on and off they was, something's got the water because they were fixing something. So it's always something getting fixed, getting better. The same could be said for her neighborhood, which is a few blocks from the beach in a trendy part of San Juan. It takes me two favorite park. I used to come here to read because there will on trees. So there was a lot of shade. Many of the trees died during the hurricane, weaving, the park exposed to the sun, but it's cool to see it slowly coming back. On a busy commercial street there empty storefronts with for these signs in the windows. All these places left up to eighteen. That's why it's release, but Palerme spots of brand new restaurant among them. This used to be also for these this is I haven't seen this. This is new. Another sign of recovery in the neighborhood. The red white and blue, Puerto Rican flags fluttering everywhere you look. But he goes that were rising again. That's what everybody keeps saying to Kane after hurricane Maria, dozens of private schools and state college and university systems in Florida, New York, and Connecticut gave tuition breaks to Puerto Rican students. Demographers warned. This could help add to Puerto Rico's exodus hurting the odds that the island would rise. Again, some tuition discounts ended last spring, but many still continue including at Saint Thomas university more than half of last year. Students are staying on including Louis Oculus. He has a much less optimistic view of Puerto Rico. Then Palerme does. I went back only for two weeks on the summer and the things put the legal, the not good while he was home. Car got stolen. And that's what I said. You know what? I'm not gonna stay here. Like I don't feel safe in the island and my family. Everybody's like if you make it better for you just stayed. That's why I'm saying over here. Less is a sophomore studying business, and even with the discounts he's getting, he's still expects to pay twice as much for school here as he would in Puerto Rico. He works up to sixty hours a week as mechanic, help pay tuition. I have to work harder. I'll work harder. I will, but I know at the end it's all going to be worth it. Estimates of how many Puerto Ricans left the island after hurricane Maria vary widely between two hundred and four hundred thousand. There's no count of how many students who transferred to schools on the mainland have stayed, but it's clear off. Euless isn't the only one Victoria and Gulu graduated from

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