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"rosa diaz" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Aisha harris also with us as npr. Tv critic. eric. Dagens welcome back eric. What up what up. How's it going. It's going well. It's great to have you so we have talked on this show about brooklyn nine nine. We even didn't episode on it back in two thousand fifteen and we've been delighted to see it renewed and revived as it's wended. Its way through eight seasons last month. That kicked off a final ten episode season which ends with the last two episodes airing thursday night. Now this season follows along gap the last episode of season seven aired in april of twenty twenty one month before the murder of george floyd and the reckoning that followed included a national conversation about depictions of police and tv and movies. And this show certainly could not have moved forward or finished. Its run without acknowledging the world around it brooklyn nine nine. Final season has its characters. Reckoning that new landscape in different ways rosa diaz has left the force to investigate bad cops while other characters are reassessing and smaller and subtler ways. Charles boyle is leaning into virtuous signaling amy santiago and captain holt are pushing for department wide reforms jake. Peralta is taking responsibility for his own missteps as a cop not to mention trying to maintain work life balance now that he and amy have a new baby now. We thought that now would be a good time to check in with brooklyn nine nine as it's winding down so i i'm going to start with you. How did you feel about brooklyn nine nine in the past. And how do you feel about it. Now that you're watching these new episodes so i've been watching it since the very beginning i while i i've always been a huge andy sandberg fan and it started off kind of being about him. He was kind of the central character. Even though it's always been an ensemble show. He was sort of the entry way. Point to the rest of the brooklyn nine nine and i enjoy that and i also think this is the type of show that because it started out out. The gate with a very diverse cast to blackhawks. You have to latina cops..

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A Look at Season 9 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:12 min | 3 months ago

A Look at Season 9 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

"We have talked on this show about brooklyn nine nine. We even didn't episode on it back in two thousand fifteen and we've been delighted to see it renewed and revived as it's wended. Its way through eight seasons last month. That kicked off a final ten episode season which ends with the last two episodes airing thursday night. Now this season follows along gap the last episode of season seven aired in april of twenty twenty one month before the murder of george floyd and the reckoning that followed included a national conversation about depictions of police and tv and movies. And this show certainly could not have moved forward or finished. Its run without acknowledging the world around it brooklyn nine nine. Final season has its characters. Reckoning that new landscape in different ways rosa diaz has left the force to investigate bad cops while other characters are reassessing and smaller and subtler ways. Charles boyle is leaning into virtuous signaling amy santiago and captain holt are pushing for department wide reforms jake. Peralta is taking responsibility for his own missteps as a cop not to mention trying to maintain work life balance now that he and amy have a new

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Today we are bringing to you our part to for episode on bisexuality and for the trigger warning of the episode Sexual assault suicidality mental health issues and domestic violence. Also we strongly encourage you to listen to part one. Yes before listening to this one. Because part one gives a lot of baseline definitions and introduction to our interviewees. Yes they introduce themselves far better in. Yeah just a lot of terms will be using were explained in that episode and we also went into the negative impact of bayerischer and by negatively. And that and before we get into All of our guests interviews. We did want to touch on the media for a second when it comes to bisexuality. There are several famous examples of celebrities. Who are bisexual angelina. Jolie and a pack win caridad levin oncoming jacobson else walker and kana billie. joe armstrong billie. Joe my my boy. My homeboy a huge crush on him for years. Oh my gosh evan. Rachel wood drew barrymore. Gina rodriguez lady gaga rex. Engage has thompson lots more so many more there are some famous fictional examples and right now the big one is rosa diaz on brooklyn nine. Nine callie says on grey's anatomy There's cats on madam secretary petra solano on jane. The virgin david rose on shits creek greece. Black lightning vote board alon on queen at sugar. Darryl white feather on crazy ex girlfriend who announced his bisexuality via song of course sara lance and constantine on legends of tomorrow nomi and on on grown ish. I will say. I haven't seen all of these. I cannot say i was gonna say. I think i've seen like two or three of all of these. Yes i cannot say. They're good representations right And i know that constantine in particular. I can't say for sure if it's ever been like said definitively oh But those are examples. I found gave online One thing worth noting is far less men than women You could just tell by the list. Yes yes and that is something that was commented on a lot. When i was looking into this looking into news outlets the mainstream ones rarely right about bisexuality. For instance in two thousand seventeen. The new york times tweeted bisexual. Seven times and gay over one hundred. The wall street journal has tweeted it twice and does not appear to have any stories with by bisexual and headline. Oh and i got to thinking about some tropes some stereotypes. I've seen in our media because for a long time. Bisexuality has kind of been a punchline in our entertainment curie bradshaw sex in the city. Line that. It's just a layover on the way to gay town. Instance are liz lemon on thirty rock when she quit that. It was just something invented in the nineties to sell hair products or the elwood's assessment that it is quote just gross Or bisexual character as crazy in quotes are evil like frank underwood on house of cards lady gaga character elizabeth on american horror story big examples of that and this lack of good representation has consequences it shapes how we see bisexual people and how bisexual people see themselves. We spoke to our panel of experts. Dr taner roberts. Dr tanya israel diatoms and horon greensmith whom were rad. Our ad and activists in the bisexual community..

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:28 min | 7 months ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today. George Floyd died beneath the knee of a police officer in Minneapolis today in the intersection where he took his last breaths. People are marking a year of strength in the face. Of injustice. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. This'll is w N. Y C. FM HD and AM New York. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Korova Coleman one year ago today, then Minneapolis Police officer Derrick Show been murdered George Floyd by kneeling on his neck for more than nine minutes. Floyd's slaying triggered a Social Justice movement. President Biden will receive members of Floyd's family today at the White House. Meanwhile, social media posts continue to call for police accountability in the wake of Floyd's death. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. There are also continued online attacks against black lives matter and what supporters call a disinformation campaign. Black lives matter. Activists say a support for BLM spread fake accounts and other online disinformation efforts targeting black lives matter increased. Jordan. Geiger is one of the leaders of a bl in chapter in Indiana and says organizer's on the ground are the first witness tactics designed to undermine the movement's efforts. We are the first to see that on the ground as we, you know, see folks circulating propaganda flyers calling for events and protests that are in no way connected to BLM organizations. Meantime, black lives matter urges supporters to be on the lookout for fake BLM accounts and suspicious tweets and to report those details on the organization's website. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Chicago Secretary of State Antony Blinken has completed a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Blinken is in the Middle East, working to keep the cease fire between Israel and Palestinian Hamas fighters on track. NPR's Jackie Northam. Reports from Jerusalem Blanket is expected to focus on two immediate issues during the visit. Making sure the ceasefire stays in place and getting desperately needed humanitarian aid into Gaza along with reconstruction efforts. State Department officials indicate that longer term issues such as peace talks will take a back seat during this visit. Lincoln is also expected today to travel to the occupied West Bank to meet with Mahmoud Abbas, the head of the Palestinian Authority, which is a key rival of Hamas. Other stops include Jordan and Egypt, which mediated the ceasefire. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Jerusalem In Arizona, A controversial review of some of last year's presidential ballots is underway again. It was ordered by Republicans in the Arizona State Senate. Remember Station Cage's easy, Ben Giles reports the hand recount of votes for President band The U. S. Senate may take a week to finish. The audit, conducted by Cyber Ninjas, a private cyber security company, whose owner has spread conspiracies of election fraud, faces intensifying criticism. Much of that is coming from Republican elected leaders in Maricopa County who are defending the integrity of the recent election. GOP County officials have described the firm's hired by the Senate as grifters, and they're considering suing those firms and the Senate over false claims. The county deleted data from voting equipment swept up in the audit. For NPR news. I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix. This is NPR. And this is W. N. Y. C in New York. It's four minutes after seven o'clock Good morning. I'm David 1st 58 degrees. Now, mostly cloudy today with a high around 75. New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang has won the backing of John Liu, a political Trailblazer for Asian Americans in the city. WN Y sees Elizabeth Kim reports State Senator John Luke, who ran for mayor eight years ago hands Andrew Yang, the political baton. He leans more to the political left than Yang on issues so Lou doesn't focus on policy. Instead, he talks about the groundbreaking nature of Yang's candidacy. He is the most heard Asian American in the United States. And with that He's a bit our AOC That's Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in 2009. Lou was the first Asian American elected to City wide office as city controller. Voting in the primary election is less than a month away. Some New York City school parents are questioning local officials decision to fully reopen classrooms for in person learning in the fall. There will be no pandemic related remote learning options for students and teachers will be in person five days a week. Rosa Diaz is a parent of three kids at PS 1 71 in the East Harlem. He says she is upset by the announcement and hasn't decided what she's going to do. Imagine. God forbid something does happen. All your your child got covered 19. Okay, we have to take off for work losing money to other same time. About my child being in the hospital, or it's just so many thoughts that I have if It's unbearable. Election day will be the only virtual learning day on next year's school calendar along with any potential school days. For the first time, researchers have identified humpback whale songs in the waters around New York. A study published in the journal Marine Mammal Science examined recordings made about 70 miles south of Long Island in the New York bite. While the audio was recorded in 2008, that study's lead author Julia's A says it gives a better picture of when the humpbacks travel through the region with acoustic data. We can get this continuous sense of what's going on, whereas with a lot of visual surveys and like whale watching and things You're really just getting a snapshot off What's going on at that time figure out on the boat. Say, says that she was surprised to hear the sounds during winter months when the whales are thought to have traveled to their breeding grounds in the Caribbean. Well, if you are traveling through the region this morning, be aware there are delays on South Bound C Train's due to a switch problem at 168 3 and also delays on New Jersey transits Montclair boot in line as well. 58 degrees in New York City. Support for NPR comes from data Haiku and AI and machine learning platform designed to give everyone in the enterprise the ability to work with and understand data for better decision making. Learn more at.

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So you get a lot of success and attention with your first novel, and then Marvel Comics reaches out and they ask you to write for the character of America, Chinese, and this is Marvel's first Latina, queer superhero. Toughest body. Quite this side of the Hudson People also call me America. Chavez. Nice to meet you, though. I have a feeling you won't feel the same way about me. So what was that, like? Were you at all afraid? Listen, I'm terrified all the time. Rightly, you know, it's the Catholic Gil and the evangelical Fear of like the end of the world, right, so happily terrified at all times on Gwen Thea per to nitty too right for America, Chavez and again like Marvel already had America, Chavez as a character in the universe, and they just wanted to tell a solo story for her. And so I was excited to do that, and it was just Wild opportunity. Listen, Maria when I was writing Juliet and I had no job, and I was depressed and unemployed and going through, like the worst part of my whole life, Not sure if I was gonna survive. I was just like, please, God let this bark at least give me just like one opportunity one to get a job to support myself. And then she comes out. And then, like I get this opportunity with Marvel and I was like, Okay, let's do it. I don't care that I've never written a comic before. I don't care that Thistles the most like huge, intimate evening gig of a lifetime. Ling. We're just going to do it. I don't care that I don't know how to do this. I am gonna learn. I'm gonna hit the ground running. Let's go. E love the fact that you make America Chavez like, not surprisingly pretty nerdy, she ends up going to sell to my own university Wink wing Sonia Sotomayor. Yes, And I love this notion of a superhero that is accessible, right? Your whole thing is I want to make a superhero Super human. Yeah. Why, Maria? I feel like the only way that I've been able to heal and grow as a person is, by really Connecting to like the root of who I am, and so with America Chavez I was like I wanna love her. I want everyone to love her, and I wanted to be goofy and and and relatable like every Latina character for the most part, with the exception of like Jane, the Virgin and Ugly Betty. Are like these tough, no nonsense, slink. All I do is like eat bullets were brought Chris and link. We can have those stories. Yes, we can have all the Rosa Diaz is And I love Rosa Diaz. Shadow to Stephanie Ba trees on Brooklyn 99. I'm having dinner with my parents. You don't even like your parents. You call them smiley morons and hug freaks plans our plans on the bad ass in on an artist. But Lake Let's have a Rosa Diaz and let's have her be goofy and have a moment maybe where she cries during this time when America Chavez is out in 2017. There's a moment where some women who worked at Marvel Post a picture on Twitter. And all of a sudden this picture starts this like, ridiculously hateful online backlash attack. So what was this all about? You know, I do not claim to understand at all that type of like, level of hate and being consumed by wanting to take other people down. I do know that for me writing America. Chavez really upset certain folks. And they took a lot of time out of their lives to make videos and toe. Make media about how much they hate me and all this stuff. And so for a while, that was really terrifying. Also, people docks me and which means that like they took all my information, put it on the Internet, like made threats wanted people to come to my speaking engagements and harass me and that I mean death threats. Men reminding me how ugly I am and how I'm a disgrace to the Latina dad and All of these things that people do, and it made me not want to do comics anymore, and I was just like them, You know, you know it's wild, too, because there's a lot of people in this world that I don't like, and I don't spend my days trying to tear them down. So I was just like, Wow, Maybe this comics world isn't for me may be going to the police station to leg recall and and to document that I've been threatened and sitting there with my friend cat laws. Oh, and trying to explain why I feel scared and who was threatening me online? Maybe this is a moment where I don't write comics anymore. You know, maybe I don't need to go. Comic con. If all these people these angry men hate me so much, and so that was tough, but you know, once again, I just rooted in my community is right. I'm not writing for people with that much hate. Been prepping for this interview is I'm kind of looking at what's happening not only with your characters like America Chavez, but Ms Marvel, the Muslim American I got to say, Gabby, There's a part of me. That's like, Oh, my God, I gotta go. Gotta get some comic books now, like I feel like I want to read these things now and good, right? I know you're like, Yes, Maria. But the same time I was so surprised to find that there are now quote unquote, all right comics that are being produced and that the people who attacked you on comics Kate Have a following, especially on YouTube. What do you say to them? I'm Maria. Like at the end of the day. I really just want everyone to kind of take a deep breath and realize that it's all going to be okay. And it's okay to love people. And it's okay to move with compassion. And you don't have to be so scared off losing your place in this world that you want to like resort to violence against the people that you imagine Are the reason that you're losing that place? What.

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And then she comes out. And then, like I get this opportunity with Marvel and I was like, Okay, let's do it. I don't care that I've never written a comic before. I don't care that Thistles the most like huge, intimidating gig of a lifetime. Lee, We're just going to do it. I don't care that I don't know how to do this. I am gonna learn. I'm gonna hit the ground running. Let's go. E love the fact that you make America Chavez like, not surprisingly pretty nerdy, she ends up going to settle my own university wink wing Sonia Sotomayor. Yes, And I love this notion of a superhero that is accessible, right? Your whole thing is I want to make a superhero Super human. Yeah. Why, Maria? I feel like the only way that I've been able to heal and grow as a person is, by really Connecting to like the root of who I am, and so with America Chavez I was like I wanna love her. I want everyone to love her, and I wanted to be goofy and and and relatable like every Latina character for the most part, with the exception of like Jane, the Virgin and Ugly Betty. Are like these tough no nonsense. Slink I do is like eat bullets for breakfast and link. We can have those stories. Yes, we can have all the Rosa Diaz is And I love Rosa Diaz Shout out to Stephanie Patrice on Brooklyn 99. I'm having dinner with my parents. You don't even like your parents. You call them smiley morons and hug freaks plans our plans on the bad ass, not an anarchist. But leg Let's have a Rosa Diaz and let's have her be goofy and have a moment maybe where she cries during this time when America Chavez is out. In 2017. There's a moment where some women who worked at Marvel Post a picture on Twitter and all of a sudden this picture starts this like ridiculously. Hateful online backlash attack. So what was this all about? You know, I do not claim to understand at all that type of like, level of hate and, um, being consumed by wanting to take other people down. I do know that for me writing America. Chavez really upset certain folks. And they took a lot of time out of their lives to make videos and toe. Make media about how much they hate me and all this stuff, And so for a while, that was really terrifying. Also, people docks me and which means that like they took all my information, put it on the Internet, like made threats, wanted people to come to my speaking engagements and harass me and threatened me Death threats. Men reminding me how ugly I am and how I'm a disgrace to the Latina dad and all of these things that people do. And it made me not want to do comics anymore, and I was just like them, You know, you know it's wild, too, because there's a lot of people in this world that I don't like, and I don't spend my days trying to tear them down. So I was just like, Wow, Maybe this comics world isn't for me may be going to the police station to leg recall and and to document that I've been threatened and sitting there with my friend cat laws. Oh, and trying to explain why I feel scared and who was threatening me online? Maybe this is a moment where I don't write comics anymore. You know, maybe I don't need to go. Comic con. If all these people these angry men hate me so much, and so that was tough, but you know, once again, I just rooted in my community is right. I'm not writing for people with that much hate. Been prepping for this interview is I'm kind of looking at what's happening not only with your characters like America Chavez, but Ms Marvel, the Muslim American I got to say, Gabby, There's a part of me. That's like, Oh, my God, I gotta go gun get some comic books now, like I feel like I want to read these things now and good, right? I know you're like, Yes, Maria..

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To come together and do isjust love and forgive and let go today as we near the end of that four year term, I got back in touch with some of those folks to see how the reality compared to their expectations, and each person supporters and opponents told me Trump turned out to be the kind of president they expected. Only more so, starting with Reverend John Mendez in Winston Salem, North Carolina. First time I met him. Four years ago, he gave a sermon at Emmanuel Baptist Church connecting Jesus to Martin Luther King Jr to the politics of today I am Disappointed, but I am not discourage. And I know ways time. Four years later, I asked the now retired Reverend Mendez. If he's still disappointed in the president, I think I'm more terrified. Then disappointed. Modern realized how widespread and now impactful President Trump would be in terms of More over form of racism and the bank, not democratic principles. Have you been heartened by the response to that The black lives matter Protests the the vocal sentiment that this is not what we're going to stand for. But let me just say I feel extremely proud of our young people. Of all races that have come together to. Ah, raised these protests, and I think the extremely important but I also think that it's important. That we just don't stop it protests but that we fight for policy change. So when I asked about the hopes and fears that Reverend Mendez has for the next four years, his biggest hope was obvious. Number one, he will be defeated in November. His fear is that if Trump is defeated and Biden winds, people will get complacent. It's important we keep the pressure. On the Democrats to do the right thing and to make the changes that they promise and more from Winston Salem, we drove west to Yadkin County, a rural part of North Carolina that went more strongly for President Trump than almost any other part of the state. That's where Chuck wouldn't gave us a tour of the farm that's been in his family five generations it used to grow tobacco. Now the land sprout soybeans, pumpkins and strawberries. In those final days before Republicans took full control of Congress and the White House four years ago. He was excited. I'm not the person that wants to see the wreck on the side of the road, okay, but I am fascinated by the changes that are going to take place today Check. Wooten has an 8 Ft wide trump Pence sign in front of his property. During a pause from his soybean harvest. He told me Trump exceeded his expectations, too. I got in my opinion, one of the greatest presidents that we have ever seen in this country going all way back to Probably Ronald Reagan. First example, he gave was the trade war with China, which surprised me because that hurt a lot of American soybean farmers and Chuck Wilson said it hurt him to for a little while, but it paid off. In the long run. The Chinese really put a hurting on American farmers, and the first year I probably calls me personally about $18,000. So I have a lot of skin in the game. But I knew in the long run, it would benefit the country. Did you get some of the government's support was provided to farmers to help make up that difference idea I did, which was also something that Trump pushed through. Make sure that the USDA followed through home. His hope for the next four years is that things will return to normal. He says. He had a mild case of Cove in 19 early this year, and he feels like people are overreacting to the pandemic, and I really don't understand how it's shut down an entire country. And I really want to see things return to normal. Tell us what normal looks like to, you know, normal looks like people not wearing mask and people not not scared of their neighbors. So when doctors say things like, you know, if 95% of people wore masks you could prevent More than 100,000 deaths. If our if 95% of people just washed their hands like they're supposed to have 95% of people ate like they were supposed to have 95% of people exercise like they were supposed to. You know, you can come up with those scenarios all day long. That that if you did this, if you live a healthier life in general Hemi desk would be prevented. Yeah, I think one big difference is if I don't exercise or I don't eat right. It might hurt me. But if I am spreading the corona virus by not wearing a mask, they might hurt other people. So I know you've heard this argument. 1000 times. You know if you have a concern about catching something, same reason that my mom who is 19 years old Does not go out to restaurants in the wintertime. Because she's distorted vacation of flu. That's a personal choices he makes from North Carolina. We drove up to Blacksburg, Virginia, where I met Wanda LaRosa Diaz at Virginia Tech's Hispanic Cultural Center. Even though he had a lot at stake in the 2016 election. He didn't vote because he's not a US citizen. He's protected by DACA, the program that allows people to stay in the U. S who were brought here as Children. Back Then he told me deportation felt like a real threat. It's always in the back of my mind, because when we apply the doctor, we have to do things like you know where all of our information where we live. How long we've been here? What we look like. Today. Juan is living in Baltimore, working as an admissions counselor, the university where he gets to counsel students wrestling with some of the same issues he was struggling with four years ago, just reminding them that they're not alone that they have advocates. You know, Whatever the national landscape, maybe in terms of politics, there are people I want to be able to help them. The uncertainty he felt has not gone away either. Over the last four years, the president tried to end aka the Supreme Court blocked that effort, Congress tried and failed to reach a permanent solution. And while Honda Rosa Diaz has struggled with that, he told me he's also found solidarity with other movements like black lives matter. I think I now see The chances that have had to face as part of a much larger struggle. So what are your hopes and fears for the next four years? You know, as I've tried to understand my place as someone who is undocumented, one of those thieves terms that's always resonated with me. That Scholars to study the experiences of undocumented young people talk about is his forced orientation to the present. We don't necessarily have the luxury to think about the future, be able to plan out. Our future has given that We live in such a precarious situation that we have to live day today. And so I, You know, I've tried to investor the willpower and the energy to be able to think about the future. But it's something that I can never really completely wrapped my head around and in a lot of ways, I don't want to set myself up to be disappointed. The very last stop on our trip was Liberty University, where I caravan with a group of students to Washington, D. C to see the inauguration and one of those students was Kayla Bailey. I come from West Virginia. And so we've seen a really big decline in our economy, and a lot of people are.

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on KCRW

"Are profiting. That also means my business might be profiting. I said, Mom, it's just we're just oral crying. This is something that the nation needs to come together and do isjust love and forgive. And let go today as we near the end of that four year term, I got back in touch with some of those folks to see how the reality compared to their expectations, and each person supporters and opponents told me Trump turned out to be the kind of president they expected only more so. Starting with Reverend John Mendez in Winston Salem, North Carolina. First time I met him four years ago, he gave a sermon at Emmanuel Baptist Church connecting Jesus to Martin Luther King Jr to the politics of today I am Disappointed. But I I am not discourage. And I know ways time. Four years later, I asked the now retired Reverend Mendez. If he's still disappointed in the president, I think I'm more terrified. Then disappointed. My didn't realise how widespread and how impactful President Trump would be in terms of More over form of racism and the attack on our democratic principles. Have you been heartened by the response to that The black lives matter Protests the the vocal sentiment that this is not what we're going to stand for. But let me just say I feel extremely proud of our young people. Of all races that have come together to. Ah, raised these protests, and I think they're extremely important. But I also think that it's important. That we just don't stop it protests but that we fight for policy change. So when I asked about the hopes and fears that Reverend Mendez has for the next four years, his biggest hope was obvious. Number one, he will be defeated in November. His fear is that if Trump is defeated and Biden winds, people will get complacent. It's important we keep the pressure. On the Democrats to do the right thing and to make the changes that they promise and more from Winston Salem, we drove west to Yadkin County, a rural part of North Carolina that when more strongly for President Trump than almost any other part of the state. That's where Chuck Wooten gave us a tour of the farm that's been in his family five generations it used to grow tobacco. Now the land sprout soybeans, pumpkins and strawberries. In those final days before Republicans took full control of Congress and the White House for years. Go. He was excited. I'm not the person that wants to see the wreck on the side of the road. Okay, but I am fascinated by the changes that are going to take place today. Chuck Wooten has an 8 Ft wide Trump Pence sign in front of his property. During a pause from his soybean harvest. He told me Trump exceeded his expectations, too. I got in my opinion, one of the greatest presidents that we have ever seen in this country going all way back to probably Ronald Reagan, First example he gave was the trade war with China. Surprised me because that hurt a lot of American soybean farmers, and Chuck would have said it hurt him to for a little while, but it paid off. In the long run. The Chinese really put a hurting on American farmers, and the first year it probably calls me personally about $18,000. So I have a lot of skin in the game, but I knew in the long run, it would benefit. The country. Did you get some of the government support was provided to farmers to help make up that difference idea I did, which was also something that Trump push sort of make sure that the USDA follow through home. His hope for the next four years is that things will return to normal. He says. He had a mild case of Cove in 19 early this year, and he feels like people are overreacting to the pandemic, and I really don't understand how it's shut down an entire country. And I really want to see things return to normal. Tell us what normal looks like to you. Normal. Looks like people are not wearing mask and people not not scared of their neighbors. So when doctors say things like, you know, if 95% of people wore masks you could prevent More than 100,000 deaths. If our if 95% of people just washed her hands like they're supposed to have 95% of people ate like they were supposed to have 95% of people exercise like they were supposed to. You know you could come up with those scenarios all day long. That that if you did this, if you live a healthier life in General Hemi desk would be prevented. You know, I think one big difference is if I don't exercise or I don't eat right. It might hurt me. But if I am spreading the corona virus by not wearing a mask it it might hurt other people. So you and I know you've heard this argument. 1000 times. You know if you have a concern about catching something, same reason that my mom who is 19 years old does not go out to restaurants in the wintertime. Because she's just our by Kenshin of flu That's a personal choice and see makes from North Carolina. We drove up to Blacksburg, Virginia, where I met Wanda LaRosa Diaz at Virginia Tex Hispanic cultural Center. Even though he had a lot at stake in the 2016 election. He didn't vote because he's not a US citizen. He's protected by DACA, the program that allows people to stay in the U. S who were brought here as Children. Back Then he told me deportation felt like a real threat. It's always in the back of my mind, because when we applied a doctor, we have to do things like turn over all of our information where we live. How long we've been here? What we look like. Today. Juan is living in Baltimore, working as an admissions counselor at a university, where he gets to counsel students wrestling with some of the same issues he was struggling with four years ago, just reminding them that they're not alone that they have advocates. Whatever the natural landscape, maybe in terms of politics, there are people I want to be able to help them. The uncertainty he felt has not gone away either. Over the last four years, the president tried to end Dhaka, the Supreme Court blocked that effort, Congress tried and failed to reach a permanent solution. And while Honda Rosa Diaz has struggled with that, he told me he's also found solidarity with other movements like black lives matter. I think I now see The challenge that I've had to face as part of a much larger struggle. So what are your hopes and fears for the next four years? You know, as I've tried to understand my place as someone who is undocumented, one of those thieves terms that's always resonated with me. That Scholars who study the experiences of undocumented young people talk about is his forced orientation to the present. We don't necessarily have the luxury to think about the future. Be ableto plan out. Our future has given that We live in such a precarious situation that we have to live day today. And so I, You know, I've tried to investor the willpower and the energy to be able to think about the future. But it's something that I can never really completely wrapped my head around and in a lot of ways, I don't want to set myself up to be disappointed. The very last stop on our trip was Liberty University, where I caravan with a group of students to Washington, D. C to see the inauguration and one of those students was Kayla Bailey. I come from West Virginia. And so we've seen a really big decline in our economy, and a lot of people are.

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dream about being rich. They dream about being able to watch their kids swim in a pool without worrying that they'll have to have a history. Rectum eat age of 20. Like Rosa Diaz, our client of ours or have their spine deteriorate like Stan Bloom, another client of ours. So before you come back here with another lame ass offer, I want you to think real hard about what your spine is worth, Mr Walker or what? You might expect someone to pay you for your uterus, Miss Sanchez. Then you take out your calculator and multiply that number by 100. Anything less than that is a waste of our time. Wow. Putting it on the line. Would you? Welcome to W g n a foul mouth short skirted woman from Kansas. How the heck are you? How are you? I'm good and laughing at your intro. I think that's how I coined myself where I read that off of your own publicity. I certainly wouldn't say that about anybody unless they said it about themselves. So you know, I think I went along with that because that's what everyone assumed. I am. But you know, we can't underestimate someone. I learned that every day and my work. Under all bombed and and all kinds of people out there rising up one of them. That was one of the main Points of the movie, I think, wasn't it that don't judge a book by its cover you just because somebody looks that way or dresses that way or talks that way, don't fall into the stereotype and underestimate them. Which is something which I think probably working to your advantage back then, to a certain extent, didn't it? Well, it may have, you know, I didn't always come from that place. I just recognized what I felt like, you know, the negative noise that wants you to go away the distraction or felt, you know, suppressive we're trying to put in a boxer making sure you don't think enough of yourself. So you question yourself, but you don't do anything. And I learned that early in my life because I'm a dyslexic. Arises often, you know, Judge labeled and put it in and space. And then when I got in the bank land, like, Oh, my gosh, I've been here before. I know this and you don't have to be anything other than human in no PhD necessary to realize the tread of frog and green water is just kind of not a good thing. And, of course, the original Erin Brockovich movie You dealt with the Pacific Gas and Electric Company and just a little musical trivia for you. In 1970. There was a band called Pacific gas and Electric and they had a song called, Are You Ready? And Apparently, we are probably your work. So there's also an old cliche water water everywhere and not a drop to drink and Erin's new book is called. Superman is not coming, and it's about the safety of our water. And what the heck we can do about that, and we're gonna crack about that with her in just a moment. But right now, let's check the weather and the traffic..

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Starts. Now it's nine o'clock. I'm Chan Robinson topping our report this hour. Nearly 26,000 new unemployment claims were filed last week. According to the latest numbers from the state Labor Department over the past four months, it's hard to believe this but 1.4 million New Jerseyans have filed claims for unemployment. Governor Murphy says the newest filings represent a 33% decrease from the prior week. The Union County prosecutor's office is assuming control of card police while investigating what it calls credible allegations of misconduct involving the department's leadership. A force has been led by Clark police chief Pedro Mattos since he was first warning five years ago. It's the second such move by the prosecutor's office within a week's time as it was also assumed control of the fan would police department last Monday. During the White House briefing today, President Trump is pushing for a safe re opening of schools this fall. We believe many school districts can now reopen safely, provided they implement mitigation measures and health protocols to protect families, protect teachers and to protect students. He explained the importance of having students return to school so parents can also head backto work. The CDC will be issuing more guidance for schools to reopen. Meanwhile, the Carter at school District as cancelled its fall athletic season over virus concerns. In a statement released by Superintendent Rosa Diaz, she admits the decision isn't popular. But the district's first obligation is to ensure the safety of students and staff. A college friend of Judge Salis is son Daniel. Endure A ll has set up a go fund me to support Sallis and her husband, Defense attorney Mark Andrews, who was seriously wounded in the attack. Daniel.

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"News starts now seven o'clock I'm Chan Robinson Topping our report this hour in Ocean County family has been struck by tragedy. As two young adults lost both of their parents hours apart, Police say Stacey Kaczynski of Tuckerton dined in a swimming accident on L B I Monday while her husband, Keith, suffered a medical episode at the family's home several hours later that caused a deadly fall. More on this story, including a link to a go fund me for the family at N J. Wanna 15 dot com. Since the pandemic hit New Jersey in mid March, billions and unemployment benefits have been distributed to jobless New Jerseyans. Since this began, has delivered a total off $11.6 billion eligible workers and families. Governor Murphy says Nearly 26,000 new claims were filed last week. 33% drop from the week before four lawmakers see they doubt New Jersey schools should reopen this fall Assembly woman Mila Jeez, he says she's frustrated by the lack of answers in clarity and legislators should talk to the administration and get some clarity on whether or not Hey. I can agree that we're not ready to re open safely. Jacey says it would make more sense to use the time between now and labor Day to share information about how to best make use of virtual learning platforms and strategies. Meanwhile, the Carter at school District has canceled its fall athletic season over virus concerns. In a statement released by Superintendent Rosa Diaz, she admits the decision isn't popular. But the district's first obligation is to ensure the safety of students and staff. A college friend of Judge Salis is son Daniel and Dural has set up a go fund me to support solace and her husband, defense attorney Mark and Girl who was seriously wounded in the attack..

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Dot com and Frank. It was a lot there and the one I need it. Jared Celtic trade is going to go down as an all time. Terrible trade. Rosa Diaz is another bad year. If Kano is like whatever we saw last year from Kano, you know flashes, but You know, not clearly not, you know, kind of what His pride. It's going to go down is like all time, awful trade, and it's going to go down as Brody getting totally hosed as a first time general manager and and Frank is familiar with Celtic thinks he's gonna be a He's gonna be a great baseball player, Five tools. She's got it all. And that's going to be a that's gonna be hard for Brody to live down. If he is, is another bad year. All right, that the whole goal and violent hit it. If you need the Mets won the world Siri's, It makes it a lot will make it more palatable. If if Diaz and Cano help the Mets won the world serious if they don't And tell Nick becomes this huge star for Seattle. Then it's going to be a problem and it's gonna be an issue and it's going to be a disaster is going to be one that haunts the Metro while is you've seen quality players get traded, and they go to star for another team. But those what you're hoping for is the team that acquires the veterans or in this case, one veteran and one star reliever India's from Seattle that they help you win and when consistently and the returns year one word disastrous, Cal Next kill Nick Star continued to rise in that Mariner organization. The way he played last year, and you look at what Diaz and Cono were this past season for the Mets, and they were disastrous. Well, almost. I hated because after the trade, it's like, you know, it comes out that the Mets, you know it was pero new troll and that was, you know, a big part of it, and they were, you know, patting themselves on the back about how much of the money Kano's money that Seattle was going to be eating, and you just hope that they were doing it for the right reasons, Because, Mr Think about closers Like I don't know about you, but I'm okay with a closer being like a mercenary. I'm okay with going out and spending for my closer. I'm okay. If that guy's not homegrown, right, like I scour the market for closers, But I know I'm gonna have to pay big time money for for good closers, and I think the Mets were shying away from that. And if it's just a money if it was just motivated by money and try to get a closer on the cheap Giving up. Tell Nick I think that is incredibly short sighted. And yet another reason why you know his are excited about a possible sale. Well, listen, I don't know if it's necessarily shortsighted. I can understand the value of the closer if you're looking at the Mets were not the only team that kicked the tires on Edwin Diaz. The Ancients called about it. When Diaz as well, A lot of people are looking at him because he was a commodity. Yes, he was cheap. Live Army was coming off, statistically, a dominant season in the closers roll up there in Seattle. The deal at the time didn't really necessarily bother me. But the players have gotta work. They really do. You know, I thought would be extremely motivated getting out of Seattle coming back to New York City. I think he still might have some burn left here and Kano, But you still have that contract, But really, the chip was Diaz Diaz has gotta work. If Diaz doesn't work, you're right. There's no other way to cut it. Even regardless of war, Robby Cano does the deal is going to end up being a dad a disaster now, if both players work and the Mets win Then you're gonna look back on it. You would trade a world Siri's title horse for the career of Jared Celtic. Of course, of course, if they win a title, but think about it, That's the bar while I get it, But that's the time does that make the maggots that move you made? I get it. I get it, but, you know, you think about it, and I'd love to know. You know, why did it become too rich oven asking price for the Yankees? Why I did it because you know, to a point where they weren't going to give the top prospect in the organization. For Edwin. DEA is like I just Yeah, It's got to be world Siri's, and I hope it brings up a World Series. I hope Diaz works out and you and I are high on him. You know, I think that maybe he could hope to think that he could figure it out, and it won't be as disastrous as it was last season, And I'm hopeful, But that's tough to hear from Frank. Who, you know. Just says you know, he's he's got it all is a guy who's going to be, you know. Ah, ah, very good Major League player for a long time to call me as opposed to the boom and bust that we've seen with that idea So far, no doubt my gag in a strange question to ask you Okay. All right, so far this one out because the headline is just amazing. Why're wire nude beaches? Still a thing? Why were they ever thing? Why in 2020 are new and the reason why I bring it up because Page six New York Post And who? I would never think that this individual would be up in Martha's Vineyard walking around on a nude beach, but Alan Dershowitz, right, though, the great legal mind thank you. I guess the locals up there at Lucy Vincent Beach in Martha's Vineyard, which I guess is a nude beach. The residents around that area have not seen Alan Dershowitz in the bear in months, so they have not seen him walking around the beach. I didn't realize first and foremost, I don't know why you'd want to go to a nude beach number one. Number two is I can't imagine walking around Martha's Vineyard. And then seeing like Alan Dershowitz doing a hit on what CNN or Fox, whatever it might be, and then walk out of the C M walking around Buck naked yet I'm not sure why you had to share that with the rest of us, But here we are. So I've actually been to that beach before. I've never got nude ever in public. But I've been to that beach before. When I was on a bike trip when I was a teenager, and we bite the Cape. And I'll be honest with you booze. It's never the people you want to be naked, who are naked on the beach. It's not Brad and Angelina. It's never Brad and Angelina. Right. Alan Dershowitz. It's not one supermodel after another people be clothed. Yes, it's never the fantasy of who you're thinking. It's never you know. Who was it, Bo Derek like Jenna, running in the James Bond movie. It's it's It's never that person. That was a dated reference. It's never that person. It's always like usually the least appealing person and, you know Andy and I, Andrew, my husband, I we're in Spain. Not too long ago on a trip and in Spain the nude beaches are like really knew that this is not just like a couple one with their tops off. This is like whole families together. All they did was and he was wearing a pair of board shorts. I was wearing a picky It looked like we were wearing snow pants. And anyone else compared everyone of running around like frolicking buck naked whole families together most like you. You with your with your sister is a bad here in the football like they're throwing the football around like a father's on son and everyone. Nude booth? Yes, very, extremely name on. I could never get that to me. That that that'd be troubling. I could never do that. I'll take you one further. I go out into the water wearing a bikini wearing a bathing suit. I wade into the water. I get stung by a jellyfish before in the middle of Spain. I get stung by jellyfish ice cream and he comes in runs after me in the water. I see this guy, the biggest Most naked ist most oldest guy on the beach. Senorita Senorita motions me over to his blanket I got I got a jellyfish sting on my leg. I'm like in excruciating pain. We follow the guy over to the blanket, he says vinegary vinegary. He's got vinegar forced to put it on the jellyfish sting, right? I'm so desperate. I just need this pain to go away. We follow this old fat naked guy over to his beach blanket. He ghost turns his back on us. Turns around, Give us the one second, you know, puts a finger in the air, like one second goes, goes to the cooler. Opens it fulls forward totally naked, and now he's ravaging through the cooler looking for the vinegar in your eyes..

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:10 min | 3 years ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You Karlene. Your entire life is garbage. So that's a little bit of Rosa Diaz from Brooklyn nine nine. And did you hear a voice there? You know, your life garbage. She's a tough as nails top. She doesn't suffer fools. She's dead pan. And when fans of the show meet Stephanie beaches, the actor who plays Rosa, they expect her to be just like her character Rosa, I'll admit I kinda did when I started talking to her. I kinda thought oh, she's gonna sound like Rosa. It's going to be fine. And it was not what I got. It was apparently not what I was expecting and the character. You just heard certainly not who you here on the line when I reached Stephanie in studio in Los Angeles. Hi, I do find it strange, and I guess knowing how different your even your voices in your character's voice. I guess it makes me question. Why I don't why I think this is only with you. And why I don't expect this of of Frances McDormand. Why don't I expect this of other actors, you know, I think it's the advent of reality television. Honestly, I mean on Frances McDormand started her career reality television, wasn't really a thing. Right. And she was able to craft and create these vastly different characters. And we applauded her for it. And and then here comes the bachelor, and what are some other ones? God amazing race. I mean, I think it's that I think we we think that the people that are on TV or who who were supposed to meet in real life, and my career in television started really only six seven years ago, so routinely for some reason because you see this repeated, you know, you have this relationship is an audience member. You have a relationship with these characters. And then you meet them in real life. And it's like you've been lied to somehow. It's really strange. I it sounds strange, and I can't imagine what it's like to deal with. Oh, I mean, it happens almost every time fan meets me, unless they're a teenager, tears are very savvy and a lot of them have found me on social media, and then subsequently have watched Instagram stories or something. And then they hear my real voice of Gould's and found YouTube interviews where I'm talking Mariel voice. But most of American I once went and saw play and someone after the play was waiting outside for her to get her autographs or standing by the side waiting for mouth and. The kind of turned to the fan and said, you know, she's on the show too. And the fan had this very confused, and then utterly embarrass look when they figured it out that one happens a lot. And now it's fascinating to me because I wanna learn how to recreate that you know, that's always really fascinating to me the turn in their face when they figure out who I am. It's fun. I have to imagine that such a complicated feeling because at one point. I bet it's your grateful to be honest show where people would recognize you for people would want to talk to you in the street and the other side of things I can only imagine it must be frustrating. When people have an expectation of you that you're not exactly who you are. When I first started this show. Maybe it will did it was frustrating. But I I think that's because your ego gets in the way, and I'm doing my best in my life right now to slide my ego out of the way, so that I can do good work and be a good human. Right. So like. If my ego is getting busted because they don't recognize me. That's actually I can turn that around and say they've given me such a high compliment by saying that I have transformed because that's my job. Like, that's that's to me. Alternate goal is to disappear inside another character and bring them so fully to life that I've convinced other human beings that that is a real person. Yeah. Could take some time to get there. But when you get there, it's worthwhile. And really what we're talking about is the passion people have for this show, you know. And if you're listening to this and you're not as familiar with the show. I mean, it's such an interesting story because FOX the television network cancelled Brooklyn nine nine famously saved by a social media campaign from outraged fans, not just famous fans, but you know, everyday fans, I was a a great fan of the show and emigre fan of the show and have a sub delighted when all of this fan response meant that the show got picked up by NBC. So how did it feel in there? I of the hurricane not so much in retrospect, but when it was happening when you're seeing the social media campaign, and when it looked like the show is going to be renewed. How did it feel? Wow. It was shocking. It was honestly shocking because it was so much with so many people from all over the world that we're watching this little show. They were making in studio City, California, you know. After five seasons. You you sort of you just have your head down. And you're kind of get your head down. You're looking at your own paper, and you're trying to make it as funny as you can honest as you, can and you go to work every day, and you work hard. And then you go home, and you kind of hope that people watch it, and you know, for FOX the ratings weren't quite enough for them to keep it for another season. And so they cancelled us, and then the response from other humans saying that they didn't want the show to go away. And they didn't want those characters just stop being in their homes every week was really incredible. And for me, especially the response from the queer community, and and people that are by sexual or or pan sexual or or gay, you know, was really heartfelt and moving there were so many people that said, you know, I've never seen myself. I've never seen myself represented on television. And I know what that's like, I know that feeling intimately. I want to go back. To something. You said that I found interesting about the way they the queer community rallied around the show upon us cancellation and rallied around the show when it was on. And now that it's returned. It's it's largely thanks to the writers. Thanks to the producers of the show, and thanks to to you in specifically because I know parts of your character Rose's story have actually been influenced by your own life. And after you came out personally, as bisexual you worked with the writers to bring Rosa. An analog like a similar story. Just tell me how that came together. Yes. So after my coming out publicly as by I think, maybe about a year later, Dan Goure, our head writer in our creator called me and asked me if I would be interested in possibly exploring a storyline in which Rosa also was by sexual and I jumped at the chance and thought it would be so exciting and thrilling for me. My coming out wasn't like a cool YouTube video, it was a million little chunks of this thing telling you know, my sister, and then telling some friends and then telling my parents, it was a a bunch of repetitive often painful moments. And so it was important to me to have this not be a tidy television coming out that it was difficult for Rosa and honestly frustrating for her because you know, straight people don't have to come out. They are straight. It's just Hollywood their lives. Gave you will have to come out, and it sucks. It's not always fun. And sometimes it's dangerous. And I wanted this to be a moment for Rosa where it felt uncomfortable, especially for a character who so closed off to let people in in this way in particular her family. I wanted to have a feeling of uncomfortable. I want to give people listening to this an idea of what that sound alike. So this is a clip in Brooklyn nine nine. So this is your character. President as coming out as bisexual speaking to her parents, I'm bisexual there's no such thing as being bisexual. Yes. There is. I know there is because that's who I am attracted to both men and women listen about myself for a really long time. And I didn't wanna tell you because I was afraid you were going to react, exactly. Like you. Are you mentioned earlier that like speaking to your family is incredibly hard part of this speaking to your family personally, wasn't in crappy hard part of this. So I'm wondering what it was like to be able to have that conversation with a family as not yourself, but it, but as Rosa wild cathartic strange utterly painful, but also really reassuring. It was lovely, you know, and also painful because I haven't had that conversation with my parents. I've never sat my parents down and been able to talk to them in that open way because they are not ready, really. They do not. Yeah. They don't have the tools I've had private conversations my mother, but I haven't had an open discussion with my father there. They're not able to do it. And I don't blame them. You know, it's not it's not their fault. And I think ten years ago, maybe I blame them and I was angry at them. But now I understand that they are working with the tools that they have. And they just aren't quite area. And I'm I'll wait for them. You know, it's it's okay. Yeah. I might wait forever. But, but but in some ways, I want to speak for you here. But it's almost like you've practiced having it kind of you've practiced having that big conversation with your family with with another family. Yeah. It's still difficult. Like, I said, I I'm cautiously optimistic that someday will be able to talk about it openly roses interesting because I think the beginning of the show we are beginning of the interview we talked about her being tough. We talked about her being dead pain. But you know, if you're a fan of the show, you know, that she's not just this one thing, and you almost are hungry for these minutes, where Rosa will occasionally show, you a vulnerability show, you a sadness show you love show. You a sense of humor, you know, and Rosa is in many ways, a subtly complex character. And I wonder if that's important in order to play this character. This you not just be a one note character. Oh, hugely. I mean, this is not to my own horn at all. But I don't think I'm capable of playing a one note character, I only because I this is the thing that I like to do the most is play pretend. And I am constantly thinking about daydreaming about imagining what's going on in the mind, if I character, even if I had to play something one note, I think I would. Secretly be making lots of notes about it. You know, and that's really fun thing about playing this character because she is a sort of stereotype archetype tough tough guy tough guy in a leather jacket. No words, but underneath she is fully fleshed out complex, sometimes very fragile person. Yeah. But I also know that like you say it will be challenging for you. You don't think you could play a one now character? I also know that I mean every actors offered terrible roles as they start out. But I know you've also spoken about this. Frankly, when you start in your career, you were offered a lot of one note some would say stereotypical or a nuanced roles. Hannie they weren't even offers. They were audition. You're just trying I was just trying to make my weeks and get my health insurance. And and you know, that that is in part two and part of that is who's writing the rules. You know, who's writing the roles, and if the person writing the roles hasn't really met married, very many Latino people outside of a certain experience, then what will be the role that. They write it may be a sort of regurgitated one note stereotypical thing seventy why have you and you've been really generous. I think just for a comedy for television network comedy Brooklyn nine nine has tackled. A lot of big issues. I wanna talk about the method by which you guys talk about these things. But I I do need to bring this up. There's new episodes coming out around the metoo movement around sexual harassment around a he said, she said case,.

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Jesse thorn. I'm talking with the actress Stephanie bare trees you've seen her on TV's Brooklyn nine nine where she plays Rosa Diaz. She's also a regular on Bo Jack horsemen when she and I talked she had just started in the film the light of the moon. Let's listen to a scene from Brooklyn nine nine with my guest, Stephanie bare trees, and so she is she plays Rosa de as a detective on the squad of the titular police station, and she is really tough and ride motorcycle and never shows motion. And then she falls in love with this guy called Adrian demento. Who is a what was he? So he was like he's like a former crooked cop on the lamp or something. What was the setup for undercover? He was undercover cover for ten years or something. And and did a bunch of unspeakable nightmares things while undercover to stay undercover. He's played by Jay. Man-soo guests the great Jason man suitcase and in this scene. The two of you are announcing your engagement out losers. Yes. Got their dealer. Nice had to go down chasing through a subway tunnel back up through a storm drain Adrian, I got engaged and we busted him with half a few of coke in his sock. You think it was either these dummies never think we're going to check their songs. No. Before that weird out the getting engaged part. Yeah. We're gonna get engaged to be wet. Yeah. Seriously. Yeah. Mazing we want to tell us everything. I don't want it to my horn or anything, but it was super.

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"rosa diaz" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"rosa diaz" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"We have an extra credit topic. From Lauren who writes, I would like to know the panels show star signs within the show universe of your choosing. She explains for example in the Bob's burgers Cosmo's. I Emma Linda with a rising Tina, my BFF identifies in the thirty rock Cosmo's as Jack with a rising Frank. These are excellent examples that completely for me crystallize what she was asking. I ask a question before we get in. Yes. What does like rising? And I soon there's a descending or something. Like that. What does that signify? I'm turning this over to Sarah who are resident zodiac expert Mhm bears. bears. Ing. Yeah. But I can't feel this question. I think you're sort of main sign which is based on your date of birth is your son side. And then your rising sign is like, I'm not exactly sure what that is. But you have basically three signs it's like your son sign your moon signing your rising sign. Let me just terrify the people in the listenership who actually know about shit like this. I'm an Aries double Scorpio. I heard panicked laughter. High. But if you're if you're a rising, whatever it is that have like is that just your placement in desert Iak, or does it signifies something like if you're a rising tourists, then you have like certain personality traits or something? I mean, they all sort of work together in different combinations. Icy. Okay. I feel like Lauren is just asked is is using it in the sense of like, I'm an ex with a UAE tinge way to learn growth to ask questions star. You're right. And there's one way to scientific discovery is increased knowledge of zodiac definitely at me. Yeah. Lauren asks us each to say, what university of feel your soul belongs in and what would be your signs. I I went to the friends universe. Speaking of. Monica shocking. No. Make competitive control freak who loves shit to be tidy as we just heard with regard to Marie condo. But I was born under a Joey moon in the sense that I love TV. I'm great at sleeping. Joey doesn't share food cat. And the Brooklyn nine nine universe. I e Santiago because I love the rules more than anything they're protection. But I have a rising Rosa Diaz because I hate when anyone's.

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