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"richard wright" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Think you're all inmates well you're better than average yourself since eighteen fifty two now back to R. K. ND are classic the forty Niners Vikings twenty nineteen divisional round showdown at Levi's stadium on KNBR one oh four five eight six eight the sports leaders the official I wear of the San Francisco forty Niners forty Niners sixth offense of possession of a game their first of the second half after scoring drive summary they settle for the thirty five yard field goal by Robbie gold nine place five or more runs for twenty four yards forty six yards and a forty ninety seven seventy to gently thirty six in fact cats can't record was nasty with the kick off again in the field of play short up Georgia the three starts left goes right now comes back left to do Moster and taken across the thirty yard line it out to rather thirty three yard line he caught that ball left started like it was Richard Wright took a couple of steps they write a counter on the kickoff Richard he came back laughter that got most read office line game plan well by the special teams coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings knowing that Roddy closer is flying back order and set him up as you said back to the Mar what it loses their special teams coordinator for Mike Zimmer so here we go Jan thirty five to play third quarter seventeen ten forty Niners back on defense cousins under center Dix goes in motion Dalvin cook on a cut back red riding in a call center they never blocked the backside into the stretch run it was not their place side so we cut it back and he ran right in the ninety seven who shot him down after a gain of only a yard Dalvin cook today seven carries for twelve yards they've gone after the cook for sure and it's taken away the meat potatoes of this offense well for the game forty one of those games all the talk to play there by posted just also goes over on the other side over the right tackle left defensive end here's a second down because it's a.
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"Dr Richard Wright says he was removed from his post this week because he claims he insisted on rigorous science based verdict of a hydroxyl required the malaria drug that's been embraced by president trump the brightly colored science not politics or cronyism has to lead the fight against the
"richard wright" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Here's another response from Richard Richard Wright's what is the take away from this are you saying that the cycle as should not have been in the country and if the accident what happened or are you saying look at what these ambitious people will go through to have a better life and we need more of them well first of all and I I think the response Richard is very sarcastic I'll answer your question from your tweet to me in two parts of what the takeaway are you saying the cycle should not have been in the country in the accident what happened will clearly if he is illegal and he is in the country illegally if he wasn't hearing what have been hit by the S. U. V. so you have the answer that would be if he wasn't here illegally then the answer would be no he would have been hit and then the second part is or you're saying look at these ambitious people go through anything that battle wasn't I understand that people want to better themselves but it doesn't mean that you'll get the break federal law and break into this country we have an out right border crisis you know we have the story all of us that that a young father and the daughter drowned they drowned try to cross the Rio Grande and of course that was blamed on the trump administration which is preposterous you have N. F. father made a conscious effort to try to smuggle as family into this country illegally yeah putting kids at risk putting the family at risk and unfortunately paid the ultimate the consequence okay F. is dangerous I mean I feel awful it is heartbreaking to see this this young man and this young girl dead it's awful it's terrible it does break my heart how was that trumps full that this father made a very poor decision with his family how was that trumps fault eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine nationwide number here AJ that any thoughts on the bicycles they got here eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the.
"richard wright" Discussed on KTRH
"And it's kind freaky, you kind of like what is feeling? You feel it more. But it goes away. Very it's you know what I mean. Most certainly the feeling of oneness everything everything is connected. And that's kinda how you perform afterlife, and, you know, depending ever recently I in my life, kind of a person and kind of not living proper life and I'm still working on it. Wrong wrong work in progress. You know. And, and I think that the more loving one another the more we can love our enemies. We can loan homeless people and not just people, but, but, but trees and every living creature wrong feel this. Trying to progress you know, we have divine. They're up by by this by that by even the churches are divided not separate ourselves and work as one cohesive unit. I think we can accomplish so much effect our brain brain outlet at work together in one hole. You know it's not gonna work. Do we have to get together in -ccomplish more not divide? Ourselves go, Lance. It's like opening up the circuit. Right. You gotta let that energy. Absolutely don't want one. Consciousness really is think about this. Let's, let's say technology part of body live. Right. Let's say what, what are you, are you pick your head off over here in the head by? Conscious in the head. Right. That's okay. Let's take it a step further separate the brain from the Linda's that imprint Emmys on the Brown. What are you the body or you buying? Consciousness. Okay. Well him. Separate those to keep them alive. Separately, which one are you going with this experiment? The holographic universe is real. Connected and emotional content means. Right. Well, I think part of me believes, you know, consciousness exists outside of the body of the other thing is, you know, when we talk about who we are, and we're not the brain when someone asked you, your name, we just sort of instinctively when we introduce ourselves, you notice what we did we put our hand to our heart. I'm Richard Wright. We hit our heart is that where we are. Is that what the soul resides or consciousness? I don't know. Let's see. Let's say hi to. Oh, I wanna work in Paul here Paul's on the wildcard line. In Boston mass Paul. You're on the line with CJ Romer welcome to coast to coast. Let's say. You chain? Lee works on three hundred and four hundred thousand highway aligns. And they do that as she wears a chain mail shoot. And the pilot chain mail shoot nation strictly by. Because you wanna feed off the ground and he slides back on four on the wires and ship question. Why is buddies in Asian, the loop 'cause you Faraday show, and he could feel a common film? Wow. I hope he's getting danger pay. So. Have they checked the it was a chain mail? Faraday underwear fly them, it would probably cut down some of the disturbances interesting points, j what do you think? Which used in that kind of web must be incredibly expensive,.
"richard wright" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Recently. I've been debating with my conservative friends about the crisis on our southern border and one of my friends sent me a link to your op-ed on the hill on the same subject. Your piece help make my point that due to the dangers of fennel and migration on mass. We have an emergency the likes of which the US has not had to deal with before. Thanks for. All you do keep up the good fight. Shields. High Ken Ken from oh SS original Saturday squad. Thank you so much for being with me all these years. And I'm so glad that the piece I wrote for the whole dot com was able to help you make a sound argument on this issue, the border is in very bad shape. Right now, we do not have a secure border. At all. And in fact, the laws are being exploited in order to make sure that we do not have an orderly we do not have the immigration system that we have been promised. That's what's really going on the immigration system that the American people generally think that we do and that should really concern everyone that should be something that gets all people who care about the direction of this country and the future of this country paying much more attention, Chris. Definitely a deal breaker if she is a democrat in dating LOL have a great weekend. Thanks, chris. I don't know. I don't know if I agree with that. Sometimes the political passion turns into the other passion. Sometimes it's good to be talking to a democrat. I also work in an organization where there's a lot of Democrats around me at the hill. So and I've become very close friends with a with a number of them. So I've I've learned to get along with Democrats. I think it depends on what kind of democrat. Yeah, they're they're the Democrats that you can have conversations with the Democrats you care if people really believe that the world's going to end in ten years from climate change. Then I think it's really it is tough at that point to have a meaningful exchange with them. It is difficult to. Find a common ground there. But if somebody really believes that we should have a more. Norwegian or Swedish style safety net. Then what we already have. And they believe in avenue. Free college. Maybe I can I least talk to him about that. These these are ideas that have big downsides that most Democrats just pretend to not understand. But I can kind of I can get there. I can at least have that chat with them. Richard Wright, shields high theater nine thousand must happen. It sounds amazing. I would love to see you with some special forces folks, critique movies, or what.
"richard wright" Discussed on Overdue
"When the the literature of it kind of falls away, and it becomes more like these long unbroken monologues like both in biggers head, but also from max in because it's in a courtroom scenario. And it's so I don't want people to take this the wrong way. But the book that this brought to mind while I was reading it was the fountainhead, and I am not going to say because there is any like relation between the ideologies. But the fountainhead was the nine ran novel has the trappings of a novel. Insofar it has like a plot and characters and like things those characters sensibly want. But a lot of the time like those characters sort of motivations and the things that would make sense for them to do as as fictional characters falls away. And you're pretty clearly reading on rans, unfiltered thoughts on the on the page in a way that. At. I don't even want to say it reduces their effectiveness. I just want to say that you become aware that that is what you're reading. I had a similar. Yeah. I had a similar reaction just a couple of weeks ago when we were talking about Kandara 's was that Kandara book called unbearable lightness of being where I was like the parts that are really fun or the parts were. I'm just hanging out Kandar, the philosopher and all the other the character stuff doesn't like it feels like a different book. And yes, some of that is successful. And some of that can read really not successfully in a book, it will only when just when you're dislike getting the author straight from the fire hose in I think the most successful and most like memorable parts of it are talking about the weird sense of of agency that doing this stuff has given bigger. So this is offering book three he's kind of contemplating stuff and yet out of it all over and above all that had happened impalpable. But real the there remain to him a clear sense of power. He had done this. He had brought all this about in all of his life. These two murders were the most meaningful things that had ever happened to him. He was living truly and deeply no matter. What others might think? Looking at him with their blind is never had. He had the chance to live out the consequences of his actions and never had his will been so free as in this night and day fear and murder and flight, but but the other the other side of that I think it's mostly actually coming from max as he is talking to bigger. Or and then as he is as he is talking in the courtroom because he's trying to he's trying to basically get bigger life in prison instead of being killed because you're the media and also the police have they've played up because the body was destroyed. They are basically saying, well, obviously, he raped and killed a white girl. And like was throwing that evidence. Yeah. Okay. And it's that you know, that has a a lot of significance because. You know, that that fear that that supposition that that black man just wanted to rape and take quote, unquote, our women. Yeah. That was always a huge huge huge thing, especially in the in the south..
"richard wright" Discussed on Overdue
"Dalton like why couldn't you like if you want to help disadvantaged people so much than why don't you just lower the rents on the on the apartments that you that you let in this part of town, and Mr. Dalton's like while there's just the just the way things are done. Like, it's meet, you know, it's not done. So that's fun. That's the thing man. That was it. That was just watching it up. So to one day at a time that was a dressing that very issue about like, whether or not the owner of a building who could see the moral cost of what they were doing would would would take. Action or not interesting, and I'm sure because one day at a time really wants to make people think but also feel good that maybe there was some kind of Equitable's the reach. Yes. The he chose the paragon option of Sion. Shen and got the good person points, right? Which is sounds like is not necessarily what happened to mR Dalton. Not necessarily, you know. So it's interesting that that there are there are a few different kinds of white people. Depicted in this book. And while a lot of them think they're they're helping in some ways like Mr. Dalton's deal is that he is he and his wife are treating symptoms without treating the disease. There is. All right. So I should just get back to the PA. The bigger bigger goes like he has this whole altercation in this whole thing gives you a glimpse at biggers like inner life. And so you know that he is going to go and he's going to take this job. But also probably things are not going to go super great. So he gets to the daltons home. And he is. Their lives are so different from his the way they live is so different from him that he feels I kind of shame embarrassment like a little bit of of two minutes. Like, he just doesn't know how to act and so he's totally uncomfortable in on more than the situation. So Mr. Dalton's interviewing him, and then Mr. Dalton's daughter Mary comes in and she's like twenty two she's politically active, and she starts asking bigger all these questions about like, whether he's in a union, and what he liked to be in a union and biggers I have I like, I don't know what you're talking about. He's he's just trying to ignore heard. So she stops asking him all these questions that are making him super uncomfortable. Because he feels kinda like it's making blow the interview, and Mr. Dalton's is so Mary's deal, and we we were introduced to her in the movie theater scene. She is like in a little newsreel. Before because she's a local socialite..
"richard wright" Discussed on Overdue
"And so you gravitate toward people who seem to be able to like build reputation for themselves as people who can change things there's an allure sometimes, man. Yeah. And then sometimes you disregard the negative effects of of whatever that just but. Yeah. So yeah, he has palled around with communists in the thirties. Writing for. He's the Harlem editor of a communist newspaper after he moved to New York in both places. He does run into like, you know, Wight labor unions discriminating against new members and kind of other internal racial strife. He does meet Ralph Ellison who we have talked about on the show before the invisible man that book is by him. And then I think rights I like notable work is Tom's children, which was a collection of four short stories. You know, some of them based on lynching in the south. I think I was publishing thirty eight and nineteen forty he starts working on native son gets a Guggenheim fellowship. And this is published as the first book of the month club book by a black author which led it to like selling like gangbusters for for a while. And we will talk more about I think the reception to it when we get into what the book is because folks like James Baldwin, and others critiqued the work pretty publicly while a lot of people were like, whoa, that's some bracing storytelling. And I've never read anything like that before. Yeah. And I can definitely see both both points of view. So let me know when I guess I can let you know and the most like shirts. Yeah. There are a few different layers to talk about the book. There's like here's what actually happens. There's like here's here are the points. That right wants to get across the political things that he is saying, and then here is how those two things interact like here's how it while getting these points across here's where does or does not exceed six seat as a work of literature or fit totally. Yeah. And then just to wrap up his bio so that we can get on to the next section of the show nineteen forty five is when black boys published there's a second half of that called American hunger. That was published posthumously and gets now gets published or at least was published as a joint edition, and then he moves to France in the mid ninety four thousand forty six after World War Two over seems reasonable. And is it about the way that we treat people in America. That makes them wanna leave live somewhere else handle your so weird. Why that would be the case? And he becomes friends with like sort and commu and some other people out there doing French existential ISM feels like like author fan fiction because my favorite my favorite political writers all hanging out getting real real world. Well, it version of real world with Camus Richard Wright, while I think actually starts no exit. Right. That's sartre. Sh that. Basically is the original real world who it is. All these people are going to hell, it's time to get real. While he's in France. He also meets James Baldwin. We mentioned before they're good buds until Baldwin starts digging on native son among other things and then use travel the world, there's some stuff I wasn't able to parse about whether or not he was informing for the US government. So if anyone knows more about that wants to tell me a story, please write in because I wanna know more he then suffered a heart attack in nineteen sixty which unfortunately led to his passing a couple of his books were updated in the early nineties, including this one at had a like reference to masturbation like put back in the book. And then one other book was published for the first time after after he died. It's really that. Also speaks to something uniquely American where like all this really really heavy stuff about race relations is fine. But you can't have somebody masturbating in a movie or something. And there's an interesting essay, I found about it where from like an LA times article in early nineties where it talks about like, it's a revealing moment later when a cop tells the main.
"richard wright" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"It. Oh, jerry. Cardi morning, and we do have the east side friends of the theater in today. They're going to be performing elf junior the music. Recite highschool December twelfth through the fifteenth. Get your tickets at the high school or or at talen theatrical company dot com. Appreciate you guys coming in. All right. The southwest employees. Got in trouble had to apologize after one of their employees southwest has an employee who made fun of a little girl who was just five made fun of her name. Now, her name is ABC D E pronounced. Absolutely, absolutely. What this employee did was. Help them get onto the plane and make a safe trip. But why before she gave the passport or the boarding pass back? She took a picture of it and posted it to social media bombing ABCD also known as absolutely she didn't make fun of the kid to her face. I. Yes, we have some some of that from Southwest Airlines. The gate started mocking my child's name laughing pointing at me, and my daughter and talking to other employees. So I turned around and just said like, hey, I can hear yourself. I can hear you my daughter can to like, I'd appreciate it. You just I didn't know that part. Yeah. Look you named your kid absent you had to of no. It's ABC. Absolutely do that in his spell that way. You're an idiot as a parent, you know, that you're gonna get some blowback. I'm just thinking the parent. Yeah. Me too. But the little girl doesn't know her name. She's always been absolutely. She doesn't know. But the mom come on. Now when we're picking out kid names names for your kid, you take every name into consideration. You'd like ooh, they can make fun of this bits. You can you try to do that? As a parent to have your kids avoid anything like that and apps. The that's dumb and city. I have to give a special notice to you guys that I had a kid in my high school that had the worst name in the history of America, Richard Wright, his last name. I swear to you was head. Oh, of course, most Richards, don't go by Richard. There's a shortened version that was his name. So in the now sustained. Would I came in say his real name? But it was like the head of the crazy thing we with D had come to the office. Jason would just get up and go..
"richard wright" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"So. So the idea of, you know, it's it is. It is very a great metaphor with race. It's very similar. Well, some of let me just speak to the thing earlier. I think it feels to me some of what you're saying from my just observing this in my lifetime. There was a an immature. Let's call bro high five culture. You know, which to me is definitely out there that high five men in the same room type of thing. I've been trying to understand, you know that emotion, but to me, that's one slice of, you know, because there are so many just meant to just aren't interested in that. You know it just there's no, he'll to that. You know, that's what's exciting about this moment and male allies in this movement is for men like you to be willing to expose what patriarchy has done to them as well. But like, oh, I'm a guy. I hate that feeling. And if I'm in a room with man, I'm going to be expected. And to talk shit about women are talk about my sex life or talk about some woman who doesn't belong to anybody. So she's fair game. I love that men are starting to expose what patriarchy has done to them. It's a great article from one one of cabinets. Classmates made saying, it sucked for me too. I was poor. I was a scholarship student. I was in Kavanagh's class. You know what it was like to be doing that class. You get hit walking down the hallway. Men punch each other for no reason. Boys punch each other for no reason. I don't like this either, and this is I think are great opportunity to to begin to speak about what what patriarchy does Neum. Yeah, it's been real interesting for me because as I said, I've, I've seen it like I've had both the benefit of patriarchy in the will be the opposite of benefit. The is of the white patriarchy. Yeah. Like I've seen both of those things and they both have affected my life. Yes, Elise, you know, do you think white patriarch or you're white supremacy? Well, white supremacy. I'm just using this the same term. So white women can be just as imposing around their web -solutely. Yeah, you know there's to me there's not much of a distinction there and sometimes can be even more insidious. I mean, the power that way women imposed on black men and accusing them of rape. Yes. And buckman being lynched hung up on trees. Yes. In white women being the pillars of that levee s you know in white men in collusion with that because it it helped define their masculinity. We asking their women. Yep, you know, protect him from his evil black rapist. You know, it's just to me, I can feel that you know in my body when I even when I see images of that, I can. I can actually feel that. And I remember the first time feeling that as a kid reading Richard Wright and and even Baldwin and some of those, you know, I was lucky to read at a young age and just, you know, it's funny when you can feel your culture, you know it's different when you just understand something intellectually, you know. So I've always had an emotional connection to that outsider nece. That means, you know, m being put in a certain box as a whole thing in being allowed to be an individual and white men. I have always been allowed to be individual. Yes, there that everybody in a box and there's an expectation that you live up to that expectation or you're against the well. He's articulate, you know where she's different units this, and it's all guys just get to be getting, you know. And you know, you can see the literature and. You know, power everywhere, you know, and and now it feels like we're finally breaking out of that in many different ways, partly because some of the stories that are being told. Yeah, and you know some of the personal accounts. Yeah. Yeah. And I think it's this is an exciting conversation for us to have because I actually do think that men of color and white women experience very similar moments where men go. I want, you know, I want to stand up for this guy because he's being taken down. So I want to stand up for this guy because I'm a man..
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"richard wright" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Chartering is just fall on Twitter. Hold on. Hold on just happened ten nineteen pm eastern standard time on Thursday in richer artery as just follow me on Twitter. So the video. From, right? Yeah. All all of his players from Michigan AirAsia an West Virginia. They all commented. They're like, this is rich rod to a point in there. Like anybody else goes by Richard this then like I got like a lot of Arizona players that were like, Yup, Yup. Yup. Yup. Yup. And then a lot of guys from West Virginia, like we were in that room and then Michigan players are like, oh, how could we forget? So it was like a fraternity of Richard is players coming together and he started getting tagged in it. He's into enrich on his seen my retried impersonation Richard has seen it, and he is seen everybody else. Enjoy it too. Now, granted did he? I don't think so. I don't think so, but I'd be excited to hear what he just followed me. I'd love to get a conversation between you two main rich. Yeah. I've never got to experience him when I wasn't a player when he wanted me to hate him. He wanted his players to hate him. It was very obvious that Richard is wanted his players hate him. That's how he acted. He run a tight ship. He didn't give a fuck about you. Let's just win keeping moving. Everybody's told me that once you graduate, you're coach becomes your friend. I never got experience that because rich laughed and then nasty things happen seal, Bing, bang, boom. So a lot of bad things have come out about Richard Wright, and I've only experienced a retro that wants me to hate him. So it's very, it would be very interesting just to talk to him now, just kind of casual chitchat. You know what I mean? I didn't joy. There's a lot of things he did that. I found very hysterical, like hindsight, you know. In that fucking team meeting. He was another round. Did he gave no FOX about your feelings, how they're like, check your feelings anti door. Like that was a real. If you go in there with any emotion in it at all, you're probably gonna quit everything forever. Go live on the street just by the way he would talk to you. That's why you'll never be great. It's not your fault. It's not. We thought you're going to be good. We thought you were going to contribute to our team, but what are you? What is he now any would nobody would answer you owe wasted laundry detergent. The ways the laundry, he just followed me this big day..
"richard wright" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Whereas younger so thank you for that there's always those better looking guys they got that i gotta talk to you about your book there's so much in here to talk about excited to talk about it and i have to tell you that reading it initially reminded me of richard wright and the ethical living jim crow because that's what you really writing about growing up as a girl and having to live under these circumstances where you have to act a certain way your parents had act way to white people and it was expected that you follow those rules you have to follow the rules in our member as very young girl figuring it out you know there's a statement i make it in the first book i wrote warriors why say black folks aren't born knowing the second class citizens see nobody bins over the kremlin says he'll melba you know what you're second class citizen and this is how you're going to behave instead your self esteem is solans is stolen teaspoon by teaspoon moment by moment day by day and it took me many months to write that statement because i wanted to express the fact that you know it's a shock to you the first time you go shopping in little rock with your parents of like three and these people who stood up so straight took my church my mother spoke seven languages was a teacher would proud proud christian people and they talked to me with my mother could say decorum and i knew stand up straight and take your place and we have very stiff rules to church three or four nights a week there was a whole theme of behavior and respect for god and all that but we go to the store and they become a monkeys yasser nossa bending their heads a stepping out of the way way for white people are the main thing was i was a little kid with my dolly in my hand and they would be in line to pay and they would let white people step in front of them and that met we're going to be there longer my grandmother reached for can of kelly met baking powder the guy the dalai you couldn't touch anything i couldn't touch anything in the store because the theory was if you touched.
"richard wright" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"Voice in his his offense in the sort of dialect that he used which is something that i if you're familiar with the sort of black literary history is something that she was actually very much castigated for back by richard wright and by others because they thought that when she did that for their eyes were watching god that she was somehow making black people look bad by by trying to capture the true essence of of their speech in the the nature of of their dialogue as compared to to their white counterparts ends or of fundamentally rejected this she talked about how there was something really special important about capturing the the true nature of of the way the black people spoke in that there was a sort of magic in a music in that that was really essential lynn obviously we look back on that now in a way that recognizes that she was right i think many people consider that to be the case but this is another thing that she uses in this book in and it's also just a really important thing to to hear the voice of the someone who was actually brought to this country on a slave ship and i haven't had the pleasure of reading the book yet but but i'm really excited again himself glad that you brought this up i have been obsessed with cujo lewis i visited his grave site a couple of weeks ago when i was down in sarah landau alabama which is in mobile county so it's very close to this burial ground where cujo lewis and both the other people who came over on the clotilde that slave ship and many of their descendants are buried in a place called africa town and africa town was established in eighteen sixty six after mansa patient when many of the people who either came over on mesh ship or who were descended them when they couldn't return back to africa they came in created africa town in mobile the modern day fight that africa town has been.
"richard wright" Discussed on Keep It!
"It's horrible cartoon the way he was dancing reminded me a lot of michael jackson's black or white video also when i grow up but even that you know michael is giving you a provocative song he's destroying a car which goes against the image that he was presenting before and then you know he's transforming into a path he's giving you something you know this was very much allusions from things we knew before you know i thought the nihilism in it was a lot like richard wright's what he tried to do in like native son and some things like that but you know i think there's a lot of elements of other pieces of pop culture that are in this video that we've sort of seen before i mean it was shocking to see a lot of those images but many of them are not new images just because something is hard to understand again that doesn't mean that it's really really good and i think that that's kind of where we're at where this where it's so hard to parse through and to consider that like maybe that's not a good thing do you know what i did like about this video that was kind of quainton old school in a way was like michael jackson it really is about him as a star performer which i feel like we've lost a music videos a little bit outside of say beyond say formation or something like that like madonna and the express yourself video or you know prince and get off or something where you're just transfixed by the weirdness and like the sexuality of performance the way he went between sort of irreverent kind of like character pantomime ing like you know serious gun violence i mean i kept wondering what he was going to do next and i do feel like that is unusual that people just present star power like that anymore certainly interesting but again interesting is not necessarily brilliance and it's not something you have to genius so that nobody calls you for not knowing what you're talking about thanks apple.
"richard wright" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He shrunk physically before my eyes and my dad was a retired marine was very strong very outgoing so i was surprised when i saw this and i didn't understand it and then he got back in the car and we just drove in the dark and it was never discussed and i tried to discuss situations again with my uncle who's eighty nine and was there in alabama he said he didn't want to talk about it and just say by the time i reached the age when i can leave i just got the hell out of there so i appreciate the dialogue because it creates a different dialogue for me being born in california and raised here my thing open to the different reality of what my dad's experience was in life and my uncles thank you so much for you because you don't what you change the game my sons are that way you know their expectations and what they're gonna take is so different from me they not even going to think about kowtowing they're going to take out their pistols they they don't even think about two different planet different plan mentioned richard wright's ethical living jim crow that's from the title book called uncle tom's children uncle tom's shoulder turn out to be very different very different uncle toms so let me get spinner on her next from santa clara spinner go ahead michael thank you for taking my call i just wanted in i appreciate the whole program everything from jim crow we just passed mlk holiday there's all kinds of in i'm a latino i'm a third generation tejano is what you would call us which means we're americans my question is what is konya west doing and the caveat to that or or the second question to that is why is it that either it's either a bill cosby or kanye west and we're living in.
"richard wright" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To establish homes and so that the best sign of that is going to be the kinds of reforms to take place in urban areas are going to be environmental reforms environmental reforms are not this sort of um colleague put on top of the society that this fundamental to the way people live and that that's the things that people want to change again we're talking about this crucial period of american history reconstruction and the gilded age from eighty sixty five to eighty ninety seekers richard wright professor history american history it's never now through the republic for which it stands this is form a michael krasny tonight's forum rebroadcast will continue after this traffic update from kiffa niewoudt strum and some neighbouring areas causing natural slowdowns i am get him reports of an accident northbound one on one at railroad multiple vehicles involved in the left lane and in oakland eight eighty northbound just heavy from coliseum to 29th that warriors post traffic northbound on still tough due to an accident at redwood estates and kinney ritz from kqed brought to you by positive coaching alliance every spy movie has some one wearing a wire but who did it first in real life in the late seventies two fbi agents used basic recording devices under their suits to infiltrate a group of crooks who were defrauding american banks out of millions of dollars it took them deepen the world of organized crime meet the agents and the author who tells the story in a new book next on on one coming up at eleven o'clock.
"richard wright" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And fire swing a fly ball foul out of play to the left harper a two run home richard wright in the first a two run home run a right into third at his routed into a double play the twenty overs the season how would you like to call a free home again but done it done it before the old one is outside recently hit right i four the you'd la oh man squatty one one is lifted in the air left center field gritchuk and fan it'll be rich it could make the cap article have acquired story second was yeah it was a couple of weeks ago at the mets and the the guidry segar hits three home runs he comes up in the seventh and hits i mean just the straight up lazy fly uboldo left field and i come out of my shoes because i've never called before you un all tom hamilton i was like soir now gene donald fall softly answer sets with us i love hearing is in for a strike to murphy aiden it was just it was it was not close to a whole house up next pitch in the dirt to murphy the mike buyers story the if you hurt you've heard me tell it was when he was whipped detroit in he was reliever and a left the and a conventional lefty enduring batting practice one day out kailai the tiger great said if you ever thought about dropping down thrown from underneath or decide hi debts pitch mrs and the cultual one myers went to the bullpen practice a little bit warmed up that night throwing from down under in never switch next.
"richard wright" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"And wyler was so appalled both by the way moss was treated along the way being forced to stay in separate rail cars and hotels and by the way the black soldiers told him that they were being treated not only by white people in the army but by the townspeople and clansman in the towns that they were in that by the time weather got to washington he told capra's he was out and that he wouldn't do it that he didn't want any part of a a painting a rosier picture for african americans of life in the army than was the case and capper stuck with movie he let wyler go be kept on moss a a new director named stewart heissler came on and they made the negro soldier in which must also stars he plays a preacher delivering a sermon which moves into a portrait of what it would be like for a young black recruit to go into the army and um the movie premiered in harlem the black community was very sceptical about what it would be a richard wright was at the premier langston hughes was that the premier and they were uh stunned and surprised and delighted by with this other thought they were going to see a movie full of the cliches that they often sign hollywood movies and the negro soldier is not that at all maybe the most surprising thing is that the movie went onto a theatrical release that got bigger and bigger and bigger and ended up being one of the most commercially successful of all of the documentaries that were made by the armed forces this was at a time when people really didn't go see documentaries in theaters and the negro soldier played in hundreds of theaters eventually and was really widely viewed.