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"st casimir" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:07 min | 7 months ago

"st casimir" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"My guest and friend with me the Sunday morning is Mr Rafael Acevedo I guess I need to be more correct profile junior yes it is still available yes and just for disclosure I think you were on my show probably six years ago or more I was probably about less before to have years ago okay well welcome back thank you so and I ask you to come back I I when I called you I mentioned to you that I was travel around town is looking for a gas because somebody had build out on me and I think four times in a row I reach for my phone and your name came up okay let's make this happen that they have to do so again thanks so much for for for be my guest Sunday morning was so rough I don't let's start let's show with a disability and so bit about who you are you're back on such yes so thank you perfect the for having me on again I want to raise your Milwaukee my my parents are originally from Porto Rico they were born in pottery cults I actually had the opportunity to live there for a for a little bit when I was in middle school but still have family there I grew up on their river west east side of Milwaukee which is historically back then was a you know a a predominantly potter weekend population when a player gets migrated here to Milwaukee I'll might actually I I was actually born on Jackson street which is right across the you know the Holten street bridge which is now he's point where you see that that pick and save I was born there we moved after the expansion of the freeway they had and there were tearing down some homes and my grandfather owned a home in that neighborhood so a lot of the pottery cans that were living there that were summer working from my grandfather worked at Justin Bogle which was not too far from there we all moved across the bridge over onto the Holten street side so born and raised there and went to school neighborhood schools walked all my schools and yeah that's kind of where I grew up here in the city of Milwaukee so you've got a real roots in her first year in Milwaukee here yeah I'm old enough I remember those the the the the freeway coming into the roles and and then some of those neighborhoods being you know disrupted if you will but you know river west I think historically of Milwaukee's probably has been the most diverse you know yeah people of all ethnic groups and and such I would say the last essay last twenty years or so years so you've seen a R. Weston grow into a an extension of of the Lower East Side or you have more students and you still have to reconsider live in that neighborhood lived there for years buses there's definitely a a nice party consider probably one of the most diverse communities and in our city certainly you know I remember when I was a young boy living pretty close to where you're describing right now but I was on the west side of Holton yeah if you will yeah in Seoul but your but I remember the diversity there is you know black brown whatever she told me and we were all there so that was the around that neighborhood was the correct one next even before I got that name okay but yeah so we were all always fun so but so so the school you went to their third yes so I again this is the time we were you know I was able to walk to my grade school my middle school my high school aside tended Franklin Pierce elementary school K. five anything through sixth grade and then went to the neighborhood Catholic schools called St Casimir the church is still there the school was not as you know many many Catholic schools are are no longer around then from there is to it when I was in middle school partly in into my seventh grade our family decided to move to put a Rico no I'll move back to pull yeah dad said in order to get that were going back and the intent was for us to stay there how old were you I was probably a spy between eleven and twelve wow okay yeah because I remember ten emails that was a big disruption to your life yeah and and you know my older sister you know she was already in high school had a younger brother who was just born so it was it was a big a leap for us and my dad was determined to move the Porter Rico and stay there our plan was to move in state and unfortunately didn't work out for a node might as far as finding employment or a permanent employment and when they're coming back anything like eight or nine months later okay so I came back finished off my middle school at St Casimir's and then ended up going to riverside riverside at that point became at riverside University High School and then from there I kind of take took a hiatus I would signed up to go to you W. M. soon after high school but ended up getting a a summer job at a local corrugated container company it was just meant to be known for them for two three months to work over the summer before I started already W. M. and staying there for almost five years well so they were they were good to you there are paid you well they yeah I said I was single no kids making decent money and love curious who you were working for my my brother in law okay my brother lives Lee was a a plant supervisor at the time and he had he got me that job Mr Hary Santiago that's what we have to yeah yes Mister Santiago he are real yes he give got the job that summer was a Hey I'll make some decent money I'll save it up and started no start skills so did that end up staying there for almost five years well until something in my head clicked I said I I just didn't want to do this for the rest of my life and I and I I quit the job cold Turkey and went back to W. M. you know and in there getting my degree in the late nineties very few wonderful so I'm I'm curious profit will you involved in any like extracurricular stuff in schools such yes especially in in college we at that time we do a lot of activism around student student rights and student participation in making sure students get access to you know the university itself those you know Latinos were very very low I think when I was there those products seven or eight eight hundred Latino students and this was what it was a struggle at that time you know for with our group if you will yeah in particular yeah we as Hispanics if you will yeah are you W. M. was having a hard time for some reason except hunger or or you know giving us on board as I recall because that's started a big wave of protests and yet obviously you were part of that that eventually open up the opportunity for the Roberto Hernandez center yes before that you know one of my my advisors mentors that the school was fairly ability against which helped me a great guy yes help me through this process and his office was known as S. as the why before it became the director and then the center and there was a lot of advocate advocacy around creating a new center named after him and to be able to provide more services and more recruitment and retention I think one of the biggest issues and we think we see some of this even today were Latino students signed up and don't necessarily finish right so it's really and luckily now we have you know the the the center's thriving we they have a wonderful new director and I'll bet the mother now though and there's some really good stuff over there I'm glad you mentioned Alberta more well than I would because he was on my show probably the last month or so yeah but you know what I've connected with him since you own lease invited me to come but but again it what has happened there is just tremendous but I remember going to UW myself as you did yeah and it and I'm I'm saying this because my older brother also went there but in the end we were there in the seventies let's say really seven models area and but I remember that we weren't really accepted yeah I I can remember that because I can remember the conversations I had with some of the professors in my dean who never was or were encouraging to me always with the assumption that hi and we will not be able to succeed that was the mentality at that point it was there and I think as time went on it got better but I think also you know what I what I know just kind of just talking about this currently in now I think about this and my dad graduated from U. WM I graduated from W. M. and now my son is a sophomore you don't we so they are hoping hoping goal is that we have to be generations that will graduate from the university Sir so in a headache and to this day I mean we were extremely active with student organizations I was president of the Latino student group we organize a statewide coalition with other universities around the state around a lot you know locked in a student groups and we did a lot of activism and and events and just cut centerstate connect it was more of a support network of of students that really encouraged us to really stay together and that really helped us progressing to eventually you know graduating so you were there with that struggle at the time with the current administrator director of the repair part of the center yeah our our our friend Mr balls and I yes I begged and I were in school and at the same time actually I was I was president of the of the Latino student union and he became president the next year so we were I mean him and I were you know at the hips and we did a lot of work together and and again trying to you know who with that new students are coming and getting them involved inactive in the but also really you know you have to there's a balance to all that user doing activism here involving the student organizations you also make you no need to make sure that no you get through your school working you finishing in graduate and I think that that created out of good support mechanism for all of us sure well you you mentioned a guy that I want to bring back here for second and that was a semi paved road Regus yeah you're just one of what incredible individual Sears both he and his wife yes you know but you know he has been.

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"st casimir" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"st casimir" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Your lotto i love i love seward it's like one of the most picturesque and to sell you at my hurts and homer horrors one of my favorite places i digress i know you're so at st casimir at one of the reasons i wanted to bring you on the show first says because you're one of our favorite callers on the show and this is accumulating discussion and so often people don't know more parties do they know arrogant in the inner workings of the party and i know i'm you wait they are in senate district de when we had to pick a new senator yes and in see you seen it pretty much from the ground up an now this is not your first republican party convention no this is actually my food advocates missing now in it it it's not easy to love united utilities get what you want a lot of times you might think you have a great idea air knee it's really hard to find people that will agree with you as and dose you find when he's had lawmaking sausage this is really how it happens people they they really parse words they debate over words there's notions votes over one or two three words in a specific party platform yar i am a plane talker i i don't like to to do that i like to make things as simple as possible uh kinda like in uh in the tradition of the founders who and our constitution and they did it simply say even the least educated among us could understand the meaning and you know they couldn't people love their the little people could detroit bob button will so easily by people in gun in their highly educated people without it was reminiscent to be so tricky as it is now no i totally get it and you know the thing that i found so excited we were both on the same subcommittee both were on judiciary shocking right yeah passionate about law and order and walk in the room and there were so many republicans that wish slowing sharon would the changes that have happened in our state and it was a unanimous voice and you want.

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"st casimir" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"st casimir" Discussed on The Watch

"Ray liotta burt reynolds norman met lowered right here in credible yet did this is i want go to a dinner party they yet let alone get paid to be in a move that's i second favor lower castes though that ler second i favour his perfect score as darius miles and a half up up up up that you are rigidly livers verse in the observer scored eddie parents of the fasted in st casimir debt has is garlic isaac chris evans lillard and darius miles um ah the big four yeah erik christiansen yeah like it's an incredible guy at that were like these l i have a great story a thought there was a um i was friends with brian who directed it and they came up with this little part and he's like hake jesus talked to the catholic why he think well tacoma not take four in the morning and the partying the every single late and they're getting work and that waking up to like to that so i i call chris evans the by my brother swedes guy in the world and actually incredibly tells actor for guy was upgrade our jobs data were talent it's frustrating right we feel away lilley i really feel that david benny on like rates game of thrones and also law handsome unmarried women pale no one in your jerry if the worst anyway i called him and said hey and on the phone is so durham on my k this madam leaving listen do great work.

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"st casimir" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"st casimir" Discussed on KGO 810

"Request i take leg with many things of your will wind up in federal court of a although this one they have a you know less ground he who lighting up or that information on the literally request not an order today but not a law that we also be violating quietly did not uh you know agreed added with information yeah this is something for us to keep a close eye on though this is a could be incredibly disturbing especially to privacy advocates at st casimir thank you so much for joining us from new york this morning my pleasure thank you you betcha that steve kastenbaum i'm pat thurston and you're listening to k g l traffic from a chilton auto body traffic desk eastbound eighty near el portugual white linked to shut down he'll fire crews tending do a grass fire their expected to be closed release the next half an hour and it is now free solid from san pablo avenue the continuing eastbound interfere field is starting to slow down on for the getaway between west taxes and the manual campos also northbound wanna one starting to slow down as looks at outta town through petaluma south on what a one near highway ninety two a crash on the shoulder back and things up through their uh westbound five eating your greenville a wreck feels like you still blocking the right lane back two north flynn and the roadwork northbound thirteen their broadway terrace in the right lane slow from park no backup metering lights off at the bay bridge are sponsored by the california lottery now that the mega millions jackpot is one hundred and fifty eight million dollars you've got one hundred fifty eight million reasons the play grand jury tuesday.

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