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"san antonio knicks" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"san antonio knicks" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"san antonio knicks" Discussed on School Colors

School Colors

13:06 min | 2 years ago

"san antonio knicks" Discussed on School Colors

"To subscribe to Third Rail. Wherever you get your podcasts piece everyone and welcome to Brooklyn DC third rail where we tackle political and social change issues that impact the lives of Central Brooklyn Knights? I'm Anthony Pierre. Deputy Director of Brooklyn Movement the center and your guest hosting and with us as always is our engineer extraordinaire gypsy the Creator producer and Co host of the hangover hangover takeover gypsy. Now if you've been listening from jump you might remember me as a co host from the early days and it's so oh good to be back with just for this one episode while Marcus and the guest seat so on today's show we're going to be going inside the highly acclaimed podcast school colors and then of course as always will end the show with tell me why you mad so full disclosure. I'm completely biased at love this podcast and I'm so looking for words are giving out with this behind. The scenes interview with the host is school. College is so fascinating and I've been listening for the last two months. Hopefully along some of y'all so school colors is a little a little bit different from third rail starters. It's a limited series of just eight episodes and as a documentary is kind of like cereal except us about outrace class and power in American cities and schools through a central Brooklyn perspective. Just like surreal so one school colors there's co-producers and Co host is of course. BMC's executive director. Mark Lynton Griffith who is just chiming in there. And other CO producer and Co host Max Friedman and is a longtime Brooklyn deep contributor and Brooklyn Movement Center member so Mark Max. Welcome to rail up thank you. It's nice to be on the side of the Michael uh-huh Y'all acting as we haven't been working in this room all together brought into my house. The podcast US true is true so so educators parents. BMC members honestly just regular folks who live in central Brooklyn. Keep hitting me up so talk about how well well done. This podcast is I think is really different for people's a here just really high quality journalism about events happening like right in your neighborhood and and I've been hearing a lot of that excitement so for folks who haven't heard any of the episodes yet. Max Mark What is the story. You're telling still school colors so like you said school colors eight episodes and it's about the way that the this neighborhood has its changed and evolved less hundred hundred and fifty years has changed the schools here along with it and how the schools then have changed the neighborhood And how looking at all of that can help us understand. Stand the way that Americans not just New York City work and don't work particularly for black folks. Just add that you know when Maxima I I started thinking about this what was sort of our trigger on some levels. was what was happening in central Brooklyn Right now. That is the background ground of gentrification charter schools and a lot of sort of power struggles within the district and the more we wanted to tell that story the more we realize allies we had to go into our history. So half of the half of the podcast takes place pretty much in the present and the other half look at the history of look at basically how we got to this moment and I should say this moment when you say this moment in the immediate kind of news hook for that. Is that Community Community School District Sixteen which takes up the eastern half a bed stuy with a little slice of crown heights is drastically under enrolled. Schools are basically half empty and fifty years ago. They were so so overcrowded that students had to go with the students had to go to school in shifts so we started out shifts shifts like half day. Oh that's that's one word for you right so we started just started off with being like what what the hell's happening and It just opened one hundred different doors that we felt like we had to walk through right so yeah so the whole the whole series is in some way an attempt to answer the question like how did how did the schools get so under enrolled in a very concrete storing. We try to untangle all the threads from it. Yeah I mean so you mentioned that the first half of the story takes place in the past so in China untangle all of these threads how did you decide like what what points in history should you tell the story from right. Like what's what's relevant about the history to encapsulate in four episodes. Well I would say one thing. One incident particular that takes up to whole episodes woods episodes. Two and three of school colors is the Ocean Hill. Brownsville Oceana Brownsville decentralisation well Brownsville community control oh fight and that was one thing that maximize both were very aware of when we went into this and knew that we were going to have to tell that story. You can't talk about whether it's unions and the rise of charter schools and this conversation around community control and decentralisation. You can't tell any of that story without looking at Ocean Hill Brownsville. I so so I know that you spend two whole episode talking about how Brownsville for folks. Who are listening? Who may not have ever heard of air? Don't have an understanding. Did you give us one sentence. One sentence I know yes well. So there was an experiment and community control of schools in Ocean Hill Brownsville around so so there was a community controlled school governing board. The Teacher's Union believe that that governing board had abused their power went on strike for seven weeks in the fall of nineteen sixty eight. It's still the longest teacher strike in American history. They say they were going on. Strike just for the rights of workers rights and a lot of people believe that they were striking against students of the color on the way that that shook out profoundly shaped the school the school system in a city great. That's more than one sentence I apologize. No it's totally fine so so that that was a real central part of the story. What else is a real important part of the history of telling the story of district succeeding? Well I WANNA say the part of the reason that that's such an important part of the story is because because I think you can't totally understand the tension today particularly around gentrification actually charter schools entered vacation without understanding the deep profound. Long struggle for self-determination in this community particularly as it's been acted out through the schools and that starts with Ocean Hill Brownsville also although actually go back before it starts actually about one hundred years earlier which is something that we discovered doing research. which is that well? I didn't discover weeks. Also but if you've been listening to this podcast for a while you probably have heard about we so before which is the An independent basically autonomous self sufficient black community that existed On the other side of Atlantic Avenue in the starting in think around in the eighteen thirties and so in episode one. We talk about the school that was their colored school number two And what it meant to have sufficient black school here and what happened to that school when European immigrants move in to central Brooklyn in the eighteen seventies. These people have to listen and to be clear we could have started before. Then I'm sure I gotta sit down a marker somewhere so we started with one hundred and fifty years ago ago. We could've talked about the draft riots so we started with weeks for which a lot of people who live in central Brooklyn might be aware of because there's a whole the heritage center dedicated to the preservation of the memory of weeks Ville but there is definitely not a heritage centre dedicated to the preservation of community control and ocean till Brownsville this. That's true right and I think actually a lot of people who live in that area in particular Ocean Hill and Brownsville. Maybe I don't know about it. We talked to people who live there have lived there. The whole don't know about it and I think there are actually reasons why that stories and doesn't get told and that's part of the reason why we felt. We needed to tell it. Yeah I mean I grew up in Brooklyn I grew up right right next. Brownsville and Brownsville a lot had I basically understood or Shahal Brownsville as some black folks didn't want Jewish teachers teaching their kids. which is I think y'all do a very good job deconstructing? The what's wrong with that. Narrative often gets sold about ocean. Hill Brownsville so when you So when you all told the story of Shell Brownsville then moved into the east right so and and some other pieces so tell me a little bit more about where you at historically there there. Yeah I mean we we start like we said one hundred fifty years ago and then we sort of jumped to Ocean Hill Brownsville. And then you know which happened in the late sixties and so and even actually before she no Brownsville. We talk about tempts bussing attempts in in central Brooklyn kind of what led to the experiment notional Brownsville in after original Brownsville. Like you said we talk about the community of the East which was a sort of alternative black nationalists. Cultural Movement meant that not only began here in central Brooklyn but had its roots in Ocean Hill Brownsville and a struggle for self-determination. So we talk about that and the schools. They opened and how they were working in parallel to what was happening in central in in New York City which was an attempt to take this. Experiment Bereavement of community control water. It down and then apply what we call decentralisation to New York City so such which that there was some semblance of autonomous I'm GonNa say autonomy but some kind of assembly of local control in school boards across the country. Sorry sorry across the city and so from there we you know we we trace everything from there From from the seventy s until the present day. And what's been like just piecing the story together. What was it like? It's been exhilarating. Exhilarating and exhausting. Yes do you mean like personally or do you mean you know. As far as the craft it does concern of putting putting together this podcast. Well if it feels important to share with folks y'all have been working on this for two and a half years formerly an idea. It's been four years so this this has been a huge chunk of of you all's life right and when when you know a few things come across when you listen to podcasts. It feels very professional office very well done and very high quality journalism. I ready start by saying I'm super bias as much as I want and you know one thing that feels really impressive when you listen to the trailer is there's just how many voices you hear. It feels like you interviewed a ton of people so the with more than sixty people. Yeah so you did sixty interviews. What was it like pouring through all those hours of tape? And and how'd you even decide what to leave on the cutting room floor. Well the some of the stuff that we left on the cutting room floor were interviews that we didn't need the beginning when we didn't know what they didn't know we were doing the wrong questions. And the sound quality was banned so that was easy But other you know having never really done anything like this before I mean I have another podcast called unsettled where I've cut my teeth. A little bit on the craft of this but definitely definitely there were there have been people along the way who we spoke to. Who in some of this is them and some of this is me? They didn't come through as characters characters and I think you know people told me this but I've only it's only really sunk in through doing this. Doing the work is that you know people can have look really extremely articulate opinions about things and kind of express to you yeah opinions and and and they can have a lot to say without coming through his characters and actually we've been incredibly lucky because we knew how many stories there were in this community to be told but we didn't know that the people that we were gonNA talk to it'd be good would be such great characters and they have been for the most part. I mean we've met. Yeah just incredible characters people who really pop I think in in the podcast. Yeah and that was part of the decision making process like you said we had sixty folks and yeah. There was some that sort of fell by the wayside because we didn't ask the right questions because the sound quality was bad but there were a lot of others that we could have included on here and we had to make. We had to make a conscious decision. It's like do we just flood this with voices and have it. Just be a parade of voices and that would have would have highlighted all these people but it really would not have made for very good listening. Well I got to say I mean shadow to elise splinter. WHO's been our who's been helping US edit and San Antonio Knicks this thing when we first brought to her particularly was the Ocean Hill Brownsville piece when we first started working with her on this last year I think there were twenty two.

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"san antonio knicks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"san antonio knicks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Eight forty on Mike McCann zeroing in on faces old and new for the Mets Cy Young winner. Jacob degrom work the first sitting afternoon against Houston is dusted up for a run newcomer Wilson Bravo's eager to catch. The Mets ace aside inside a moment for me because I to know him better than this. Phase do I I feel really comfortable how to play right now. And able to fall. Been able to to learn more about him. Astros did most of their damage against pictures that like three seeing this summer at city field. They wanna tend to one Yankees locked off the raising the five and the hot Geika banned from last week's of two thousand eighteen was sizzling once again today but swung on the right center field. That's his alley fits up wait around third with this speed. He can walk home up and an RBI for Luke boy that is a loop boy kit and the Yankees take a one nothing lead. John sterling here on the fan later added a booming three one Homer. It was a four day again, the eighties beat the Ray second-year, man. Jonathan Weisgall look good to working very effective innings indoors next hosting the Spurs aver the half of the gardening. Well, cross our fingers. Things are looking good. He's the fans, Mike. Thank you. So okay mic. Keep those fingers crossed the Knicks with a sixty two to fifty three halftime advantage over San Antonio H. Terrific first-half, maybe wearing Yeltsin it black jerseys it hold his helping. But also. Emmanuel moody as helping you came off the bench and scored seventeen points, the offense flowing, well, only to chart always in that first half stay committed twenty three turnovers on Friday night when they lost the Marlboros in twenty one point to San Antonio Knicks with eight I have three pointers, and they lead at halftime sixty two to fifty three back. You might okay. On the guys capitals. Get the Rangers six to five Ganic who's that's off the game with her four twenty into overtime. College.

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"san antonio knicks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"san antonio knicks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Here's some of the stories that we're following on NewsRadio twelve hundred. All the search for San Antonio. Knicks city manager has come down to one Eric Walsh. One of city manager, Cheryl scully's top two deputies is the lone finalist to replace Harris city manager after she announced her retirement opportunity, it's a career treatment. This is a great organization in a great city, a huge responsibility. And I'm I'm looking forward to it. San Antonio has a weak mayor strong manager form of government, meaning Walsh, if selected would be one of the most powerful men in the city with the task of guiding a continued battle with the fire union, something he's handled as deputy city manager, Michael board, NewsRadio twelve hundred w and the city will be lobbying. Congress for some goodies this session intergovernmental relations director, Jeff coil says many include cash our missions have a seven and a half million dollar backlog of deferred maintenance projects we've been pushing for several years to have those addressed in and want to continue to do. So he says the city will also fight for dreamers. Young people who came here under the Obama. Administrations DACA program to be given legal status. He says the window has closed on last year's top priority winning nonstop air service to Washington's National airport. Oh, San Antonio food Bank is stepping up to help families of government workers affected by the partial shutdown. Eric says that when they saw the shutdown coming. They did outreach at places like homeland security and the coast guard. Family. Quickly go to thousands of families. So they're asking for the public's help and stocking their shelves again. President Trump essentially grounding house speaker Nancy Pelosi and many of her fellow Democrats after they asked him to postpone the state of the union address one top democrat calling it vindictive. Another saying has acted like he's in the great congressman Adam Schiff, one of several Democrats who's planned overseas trip was cancelled today last minute, President Trump to nine lawmakers, including house speaker Nancy Pelosi, a military plane bound for Brussels, Egypt and Afghanistan. In a statement, the president blaming the ongoing partial government shutdown Republican House minority leader Kevin McCarthy being speaker of the house and leaving the country has shut down. I don't think that's appropriate. President Trump's move comes after speaker Pelosi called for postponing his state of the union address..

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