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"toronto burt" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:17 min | 8 months ago

"toronto burt" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

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"toronto burt" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"toronto burt" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

"I mean I talked ice cube before actually did it before I did. It Duval shot him out. He invited me up to Hollywood. Squares wears this summer and he told me he was up there. He knew that I was trying to pitch something to him so he led me come up. They're like you know to visit him but he put me in the room with cube and I was like hey a you know y'all. y'All slept on a beach or job. Bites lucky for you agree. The show go have corn. He was like well getting together and you know give it to me. Watch your hustle like this rich like me. Go was used in some way at some point. You said something I ask you something. The I look I'm already rich. I don't you know what that's Meco is already fucking rich rich because as as much as much as I like to take credit for you know my man's check over from being on the side that I'm on it's not mine and I had goals and during the things that I wanted to do and I was accomplishing those until I met him and then I put everything on pause to be a wife and a mother. Stay at home mom. I don't want somebody else babysitting my son you know so. I you know I just stayed home and now he's a big boy now so mama's back on her. I want what I wanted before. I want my own show. I want respect in this industry and so you didn't stop you paused. I paused so let me ask you this. You say is not yours that that fucking subject is very very touchy in the male and female conversation because a lot of women I would think would say that of course it's yours right because if you're right there as a wife and a mother and taking care of so many things that bring cannot take care of their whatever he makes of course. It's yours why don't and they and when you say something like that like where what people were saying. Oh the Hoshi what you're shooting in the gym thing like that or whatever they always say well. You're leaving out these contributions on the on the white side on the motherhood side and it's it's everyone's married. It's it's yours. Why don't you feel like that's yours probably because it sports you know because I played played also I. It's it's not to say that it's not mine because outside of being you know the wife and mother that he was also managing in you know secretary. You know whatever whatever he needed but it's more because it came in so fast you know I think when you think about people being wealthier my type of wealthy like it took them a while. Take get their this came twitter you fucking. I love it. My type of wealthy podcast my type. Oh well right now right now. Go grounds my type walked you regular rich anyway going to go wild to to build a lot of other people's wealth and and that's like a a stamp of approval on a woman to have held her family down for a long time not saying that I didn't because I you know it's been ten years but we were rich before the ten years you see what I mean so it comes in real fast and you don't feel entitled because it's almost like he was gonna do this with or without you know saying my responsibility you know as his wife is to make sure we don't end up broke you know and so that's what I'm putting more of my brain power behind. How do you make sure that you that you guys ended up broke. What are you doing first of all educate him on all the broke niggers after they retire. I first rule very through. Here's the broke. Nick Nick is he doesn't want to know no. It's yeah so and then you learn from their mistakes yeah and then the second thing I do is I am his mouth piece anytime the time. Somebody needed some money. They gotta come through me because he'll say yes any dancing. No no so that's it's very useful yeah. I'll be the bad guy. Everybody needs that in your life because you know people come up to you and they ask for all kinds of shit and it's so hard to. I'd say yes so hard because well what happened is that is not like a large sum of money to you right the one person so somebody to be like your van school starting but whatever whatever however if I could just hold two thousand dollars you thinking you know what I'm saying. You think you think you think I'm enrolling as we go. Are you thinking you'd think so a two grand like you know what I'm saying and give them the two man to grant the before you know it you didn't give him. Two grand didn't giving him fifteen hundred five three three and they keep coming you out eight or nine thousand dollars. I'm not hurt type rich. That's a lot of money to be right right. So what I'm saying. Is it adds a dope to have somebody to be like you know talk to her about that and then she goes on and on and they gotta they gotta sell me and I'm not an easy easy sale. What what when you look for like what what would make you loan the money. Where would it be circumstances out of their control. Oh you know you you laid on your rent three months nama concern. You knew three months ago you who's right you know but emergencies. He's Doctor Bills Hospital car crashes. You know stuff like that like you know. We can help with that yeah but if you just if you just irresponsible possible you gotta figure that out on your own not my responsibility to make your your grown well. It gives me as the people that come back and ask for money for the same like that's what happens. They'll they'll use you as a crush. They'll just you spend their money on whatever they want to spend on that concert they wanna go to that. CH- vacation soon or whatever and all I'm just GonNa bar from Brain Miko. They got it. They got it the got him and wait and tell them about to be victory. Oh my God me and my kids view victims. Eh wasn't Jujitsu Jamaica what to say on the Graham Montego Bay. Take that motherfucker know. Here's the thing with me. I'm at this beach a lot. I'm a motherfucker from six to five. I'm not having as much fun as yellow right so if I lost some money. Don't go go on. This bids like I is is a long time. I just WanNa go home and just do regular shit by Watch Basketball Games. I missed the fucking Shit. You Oh you stunned while I'm here that I'm paying for that right and that that's so harmon yeah. That's why I gotta be a super super duper rich. What do you think is super duper rich coach for me. Yeah hold your million dollars. Oh I don't I don't know if I'll ever be dirty enough to get under a million dollars one hundred million dollars. I think just the richer you get the more you get. You know especially if it's not like an athletics or something where you get millions of dollars a year type of shit. US comeback so you're saying that anyone who have ask a hundred hundred million I'm just saying if you just come across a million quick you on your way up you scumbag in your way so what I feel like black people feel that way. We shouldn't feel that way. That's why people feel is don't think white people look at other people that have like one hundred million dollars or two hundred million dollars. They don't necessarily have to be a scumbag to get that they did that. You have to be like specifically talented or specifically lucky to get it but why would you have gone back to get one hundred million dollars. You almost there. You like two million away. No not a Nazi. You're saying right now. I wouldn't say one hundred million. That's low okay. What about billion a billion. You are a horrible him. Be Horrible horrible human being Jason. He got a bill about to continue to show us. What a horrible human being you saying Jay Z's a horrible human being he had to get to one billion yeah really yes you step on so many next to get there. I know you did did is cool. I can't name you a billionaire right now. Oprah don't even even do me what I'm asking you over his awful over. You think Oprah's all God awful she's with like one of the worst was Warsaw Road Olbermann. She's just counterfeit to me. She's just you know she is. I was you know coming up. I was a big oprah fan and washed her show when everything in his dinner show you know why she white washed it and then she you know when she started on her little healthy she. I've seen the first time I've ever seen in her really like realize like Oh. These bitches like not one of us is when she tried to put that beef on TV and talk about how horrible it was and and the beef industry had Israel has like you know what I'm saying like. Come on like by the lawsuits you buy a I like Oprah still get sh- she the open the past but I think the Oprah's good. I think she's going back. She's a billionaire and I just don't. I just don't like some of the things that she represents. She did a speech h wish she was. She got her little Oscar or whatever she did. A little speech and I was not the Oscar but you know that award she won at what awards with those were the ones before the Oscars Bruce Golden Golden. She get like I dunno black person at a year or something like that order. She said you know she says she she compared are- see what's her name is her name Rec- Taylor the black woman who was raped and dragged in the south how she tried to compare her story to like me too movement a woman you know just try to try to even Mesh those stories together. I'll just wanted to throw up now. Don't try don't do us we. The black woman has nothing to do with the metoo movement. Black woman has nothing to me too movement. It's not about us. The black WHOA black woman start at the has nothing to do with how come every time something happens the black women. She didn't say anything to you so you say in Toronto Burt Broadway. I've done work with her of her. She is but my my problem is every time something happens to a black woman like somebody like the whole the SPN things that was that was happening. They don't speak one of my friends. Adrian. She he has pin of sexual misconduct and and nobody's stood for her. Nobody's to rely black women are being left behind and the me too movement yeah just like the Women's movement period eerie that wasn't about black women that was about white women. I I would say that there are a lot of black women who think not only the part of movements but there Rana both both movies..

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"toronto burt" Discussed on Before Anyone Else

Before Anyone Else

12:15 min | 3 years ago

"toronto burt" Discussed on Before Anyone Else

"On these episodes before anyone else we take a look at the me too movement though in the news lately i mean everyone's it's not even news anymore it's kind of a stay like it it's a it's a thing now we have the hashtag me too movement we're gonna take a look at it in kind of understand the positives well first of all get and understanding what it is how did they come up and what we are a two day because of any s current climate it's like yes right where were not gonna take i wouldn't say were taking any sides or anything like that but we were weighing in i would say that right so first of all in two thousand six toronto burt who is a social activist 'em she came with a with a whole me too thing in two thousand six on my space if you if you guys remember when my space was and basically it was just kind of like in in in and empowerment through empathy sorry empowerment through empathy among women of color who have experienced sexual abuse stick particularly with india underprivileged communities so that happened back then however me to recently came out in two thousand seventeen when elissa milano 'em in courage spreading the hash tag on twitter to draw attention to sexual assault and harassment this is kind of doing the whole harvey weinstein thing where all these celebrities were coming out saying yet act of actresses meet to not only that but just in general saying that they have been a sexually abusers sexually assaulted or whatever it is so there were other hash tags other hashtag my harvey weinstein has state your case this hashtag what were you wearing a luxury i actually liked that one because it's kind of saying you know a lot of people do put the blame on oh were you wearing yeah that's like the you have someone like you were like i was telling you i'm in their previous though that walking down the street ten minutes yeah hayes 'em three men had something to say a me yeah you're responds 'cause you're educated human being what the what were you wearing yeah it was really said that happy a but yeah so i i love that hashtag i mean yeah hashtag a they another one is at stake survivor privilege 'em so first of all may maybe we can kind of understand why it's there like what what is this me too movement all about like from my understanding not even my understanding is really kind of capturing kind of create a safe space for everyone to kind of say yeah i went through this i understand and kind of game be empathy from everyone whether it's a man or woman having gone through this a this 'em which you would call this scenario and i really scenario but this part of their life that they've been holding back for so long that they've been a kind of scared to report it or you know do whatever whatever witness because it was it was such a stigma back in the day right to not only reporting but even you kind of feel as if it's your fault yeah i believe the me too movement and and all these other ones that you mentioned all about bending people who have gone through these events together letting them know that they are the only people and they're not alone in it has a lot of that stigma like fear comes from the idea that like well i'm the only one that like that this doesn't happen to the people so could we must have been you know some strange thing that happened to just me in that must be because i costs it myself i so you gotta get yourself into like a really dark hole thinking like that mm but sort of taking the the blinds off of everything taking the the the the curtain off you one scared those individuals who are usually in 'em kind of higher positions 'em or have some sort of power over you m you scare them by letting them know that i'm we are no longer afraid speaking up for ourselves yes so watch yourself man and if i were you i'd be scared because your like you're you're power over me is gone an you're crime is going to come to light yeah now we have those type of people right people who kind of exert their power and they've been kind of like the harvey weinstein see 'em whoever is like a celebrity or even just like sports stars at cetera who have the money have the power to china or russia just abbas should anyone yeah and they committed some kind of advantage over at rate and kind of can have that power to brush it underneath the rug or think that there's consequences try and get away with certain things right 'em let her know that this isn't okay or even just regular dudes who didn't know any better yet right kind of prevented this is like i think the first positive that i would say is that it's not only bring it to light but it is educating men that oh maybe that thing that i did before it might have said seem small because of social norms yeah but now i know that it's not okay right and it's creating that empathy in also i'm starting to understand now from i'm gonna be more empathetic that if this were to happen to me as a guy i wouldn't want someone to do that to me too is well right don't necessarily agree i don't think these on movements foster like empathy and okay between men and women i don't think necessarily i don't think that that's their ultimate goal yeah from is actually one of their goals though to foster and yeah it's offensively empathy because that's one thing that society really lax but i think what you might be thinking which is i i find true is that society doesn't have that empathy and i think both predator kinda come to that but that's kind of to foster that empathy and have them understand why that movements there but also what they have gone through right so it's that's what creates that learning exercise now out of all this men being educated ori even if i would say even women men are being educated to his well because unfortunately there's a lot of women who believe that just because of what you wear or you know you should you should have reported this like years ago or are these like you think you can speak to another woman about something that has happened to you yeah but because the woman's been brainwashed year 'em she's not you're sister yes she actually 'em sort of reaffirms all of these negative side yeah it's like biases that we have on yeah so there are those women who and that's what that's what he's all about it's like i too have felt this i as like another person had at all yeah but i like my issue is that what you're saying is it to me i took as you meant they were trying to foster empathy in other people not another not not people who have also experience the same thing that they have but like other people thinking how you're gonna foster empathy 'em in a ceo of for two for five dollars richer you're not gonna foster family in a the people who i actually do need no definitely not okay so what i mean is just like empathy firma knowledge like everyone should understand that has commuted yeah exactly right so to to do that but yeah you're right a lot of women are kind of brainwashed to am it's because of these societal norms right and end 'em that's we kind of speak on it where if you know if you're at work like maybe for five years ago i don't know if it was necessarily okayed do this but a lot of people were kind of florida where again just like do this and that but then to the other person who's not actually asking for that flirting they kind of feel humiliated and it's kind of like embarrassing and all this this kind of takes that away and now there's more professionalism at work because they wanna avoid all this like me too yeah business happened to me like maybe three years ago and just like as as you're talking i'm like i guess that that has happened yeah i was working on in eight field dominated by men 'em and a so i was one of the four females i think on an i i knew there were some times like those kind of like flirty joke yeah the guys and like you know they'd raped the girls and do certain things like that i remember once there's a guy who was higher up than me 'em who is checking in over the weekend was like oh like whether you're plans and i not too much what about you he's like oh do you wanna come on by a my hotel room saying at such and such and i was like and i actually no i think i'm gonna be doing this and this and then he kinda backtracked but still creepiest how he was like oh there's like this awesome jacuzzi that like we were an irish just like not really okay that's interesting because it at the same time i'm starting to see like my current partner and so i should like who the hell does he think he is and then like the next day at work it was like whatever like nothing nothing happening and never mentioned it to me again 'em but there are those who like higher up yeah somebody that at the at the time he was inappropriate appropriate but it's like looking back i wish with twenty twentyone meeting time and he was forty alone okay cetera this whole thing i thought he was like your e l now oh no i'm because it's like the kind of job that was there is lots of people from different parts of the world so some folks were kind of put up in hotels and the okay that but yeah it was so so strange and now it's like looking back i'm just like that was so inappropriate yeah i news inappropriate at the time they felt extremely uncomfortable by air but how crazy is that yeah it's it's like i've always heard stories about like all these all the buses just taking these younger women like oh let's go back to let's go to my college relaying yeah hey i'll buy you a car you know nana oh you look great hey you know making all these like 'em weird comments yeah right 'cause they could they get away with it yeah right like an and that kind of fosters this really messed up dynamic you mean you mean people in different powers yeah 'em different levels of power like if you if you're job requires you to travel sometimes anes you know you need to travel out of town with their boss.

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"toronto burt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"toronto burt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In a mighty chorus that is finally saying times up that corus supporting women continued when frances mcdormand won best actress for her portrayal as a grieving mother in three billboards outside ebbing missouri if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight the actor if you do it everybody else thrilled her mind filmmaker but in the top of her she left the stage with two words inclusion rider in the press room dormant explain what that means there has always been available to all everybody that get that doesn't go she eishin on a film and inclusion rider which means that you can ask for it and or demand at least fifty percent diversity in that not only the casting but also the crew and so the fact that we about i just learned that after thirty five years of being in the film business it's not we're not going back so the whole idea of women trending now now trending african americans trend dane now now trending it changes now it was an historic win for jordan hill the first african american to win best original screenplay he wrote and directed the comedy horror film get out on stage he dedicated as oscar to all those who allowed him to raises voices of filmmaker back stage he talked about this moment for black filmmakers oh my god it's it's a renaissance i almost never became a director because of a shortage of role models we have spike we are john singleton we had the peebles is we had the his brothers but they felt like the exception to the rule i'm i'm so proud to be a part of a time the beginning of of a movement where i feel like the best films in every genre are are are being brought to to to me by my fellow black directors the oscar ceremony also honored its members from many cultures from immigrants who won awards such as best actor gary oldman from england to those who presented the awards loop in yanga from kenyan mexico and khamelnov johnny from pakistan and the show's politics included just about every other movement a performance of a song from the nominated film marshall featured political activist toronto burt from the mi2 movement and he nodded farmworkers founder dolores huerta and others from.

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"toronto burt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"toronto burt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Powerful sound of new voices of different voices of our voices joining together in a mighty chorus that is finally saying times up that course supporting women continued when frances mcdormand won best actress for her portrayal as a grieving mother in three billboards outside ebbing missouri if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight the actor if you do it everybody else will come on the filmmaker but elector mccotter for she left the stage with two words inclusion rider in the press room dormant explain what that means there has always been available to all uh everybody that get that doesn't go she eishin on a film and inclusion writer which means that you can ask for it and or demand at least fifty percent diversity in that not only the casting but also the crew and so the fact that we that i just learned that after thirty five years of being in the film business it's not we're not going back so the whole idea of women trending now no trending african americans trend dane now new trending it changes now it was in a store when for jordan peel the first african american to win best original screenplay he wrote and directed the comedy horror film get out on he dedicated as oscar to all those who allowed him to raises voices of filmmaker back stage he talked about this moment for black filmmakers roma god it's it's a renaissance i almost never became a director because there is such a shortage of role models we have spike we are john singleton we had the people's is we had the hands brothers but they felt like the exception to the rule i'm i'm so proud to be a part of a time the beginning of of a movement where i feel like the best films in every genre are are are being brought to to to me by my fellow black directors the oscars ceremony also honored its members from many cultures from immigrants who won awards such as best actor gary oldman from england to those who presented the awards loop in yanga from kenyan mexico and khamelnov and johnny from pakistan and the show's politics included just about every other movement a performance of a song from the nominated film marshall featured political activist toronto burt from the mi2 movement and he nodded farmworkers founder dolores huerta and others from planned parenthood too standing rock they stood in the spotlight on stage as common route four loss of life.

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Jordan Peele makes history as first black writer to win best original screenplay Oscar

02:49 min | 3 years ago

Jordan Peele makes history as first black writer to win best original screenplay Oscar

"Powerful sound of new voices of different voices of our voices joining together in a mighty chorus that is finally saying times up that course supporting women continued when frances mcdormand won best actress for her portrayal as a grieving mother in three billboards outside ebbing missouri if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight the actor if you do it everybody else will come on the filmmaker but elector mccotter for she left the stage with two words inclusion rider in the press room dormant explain what that means there has always been available to all uh everybody that get that doesn't go she eishin on a film and inclusion writer which means that you can ask for it and or demand at least fifty percent diversity in that not only the casting but also the crew and so the fact that we that i just learned that after thirty five years of being in the film business it's not we're not going back so the whole idea of women trending now no trending african americans trend dane now new trending it changes now it was in a store when for jordan peel the first african american to win best original screenplay he wrote and directed the comedy horror film get out on he dedicated as oscar to all those who allowed him to raises voices of filmmaker back stage he talked about this moment for black filmmakers roma god it's it's a renaissance i almost never became a director because there is such a shortage of role models we have spike we are john singleton we had the people's is we had the hands brothers but they felt like the exception to the rule i'm i'm so proud to be a part of a time the beginning of of a movement where i feel like the best films in every genre are are are being brought to to to me by my fellow black directors the oscars ceremony also honored its members from many cultures from immigrants who won awards such as best actor gary oldman from england to those who presented the awards loop in yanga from kenyan mexico and khamelnov and johnny from pakistan and the show's politics included just about every other movement a performance of a song from the nominated film marshall featured political activist toronto burt from the mi2 movement and he nodded farmworkers founder dolores huerta and others from planned parenthood too standing rock they stood in the spotlight on stage as common route four loss of life.

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"toronto burt" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

Fame is a Bitch

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"toronto burt" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

"Men to win your battle so pick your battles and while rose really didn't start the mi2 movement needed it milano that was toronto burke in two thousand six but it never caught on and i'll be completely frank here in 1997 toronto burt sat across from a thirteen year old girl who had been sexually abused and that little girl was explaining her experience and it left burt fucking speechless so ten years after that conversation burt startled business called just be incorporated a nonprofit organization that helps victims of harassment and sexual assault and she was looking for resources and she found none available and then she just committed itself to doing it on our own for people who've been abused and she gave her movement in name me too but you only know about it because pretty movie stars and that's what roseman gala was she was gorgeous before she chopped off for hair scott wearing makeup and decided to purposely maker savas unattractive a she can be you only know about it because all these pretty movie stars thrown around now where do you think it would be if it was just about that thirteen year old black girl sadly it'd be nowhere but maybe when oprah's president she and vice president andy cohen can shed light on all these terrible things right after oprah is asked to explain to america why there are so many pictures of her kissing harvey why so many pictures of her kissing bill clinton kissing bill cosby kissing george fucking soros the worst human being in the world and how she loves to tell her followers find the people who if you up and live life.

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"toronto burt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"toronto burt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Front cover of the magazine not just one magazine and not just any magazine well it was the time magazine seen 2017 person that the yet cover that it appeared on but those accusations of toronto burt being ignored were resurrect it again because she didn't appear on the front cover they have a whole bunch of women on the front cover not just one person of the years as per usual some of the famous taylor swift for instance some that were not so famous mexican agricultural worker isabel pesc y'all but toronto burke was not one of them so the me to movement was big enough to be on the front cover of time magazine but how big was it online well since october just suissa alone it's been used two point one million times and this echoed around the world women were sharing their stories in their own languages in their own ways with their own hashtag tell us some of those languages an hashtags wind italy they used the phrase that roughly translated means that time when what what are the funniest ones actually came from france but lost tom pork which roughly translated means snitch out your pig won't unlike that in spain they use your time n and at direct translation of meets he was also found in arabic and this movement even reached places where twitter isn't available places like china we start see sofia wang who is a freelance journalist in china and she didn't want to give to many details of her own experience after she force off the man he tried to attack her in two thousand eleven but it was only last year when she went to singapore and spurts other journalists that she found she wasn't alone and she was inspired by me to trending in the west so in other words she had been attacked six years ago but it was all only when this hashtag came out that she felt inspired to speak out about i should instead be alone and she felt that she had the comfort of of other people with similar experiences so she source hit a nationwide online survey in china's find out how many other female journalists when the same position those journalist who had face sexual harassment as she.

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