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Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 2 d ago

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Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson Addresses Race Hustlers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 5 d ago

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson Addresses Race Hustlers

"But the lieutenant governor was speaking at the convention this weekend in North Carolina Convention where President spoke Trump President Trump spoke to Excuse me. And I'm telling you, I haven't heard a finer two minutes and 20 seconds of a speech in a long time. Here is Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson. Here's the first part about a minute or so. Play the second part, obviously right after I just want you to listen to this. Addressing Mark Robinson happens to be a black man, which is totally insignificant to Republicans. But the Democrats, it's everything because I guess he's oppressed or You're oppressing him or whatever. And Mark Robinson just takes it to the race hustlers like I have not heard in a long time. Play Mark Robinson, Dara some people that we're talking about reparations in this country. They wanted reparations. And I remember I made this particular liberal so angry at me because I told them right to their face. Nobody owes you anything for slavery. If you want to tell the truth about it, it is You who owes It's you, who owns Why do you? Oh, because somebody in those fields took stripes for you. Somebody After those fields were ended in slaver was ended. Somebody had to walk through Jim Crow for you. Somebody fought wars and died for you. Somebody lived less than because they didn't have what you have, and they did it for you. There are people in their graves right now. And they are there because they were willing to stand up and fight for you. Whoa!

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Audio Cut in Speech on Black People’s Role in Memorial Day

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Audio Cut in Speech on Black People’s Role in Memorial Day

"Organizers of a Memorial Day ceremony in Hudson Ohio turned off the speakers microphone retired army lieutenant colonel Barnard counter began talking about how freed black slaves had honored fallen soldiers soon after the civil war royal date was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of honoring the city's veterans at one point captors Mike was caught off the board early whether Charles's deck two minutes at the eleven minute speech was silenced captors says this is not the same country he fought for A. J. Mike the Ohio American Legion says it's investigating it's national commander says the legion deplores racism and reveres the constitution I'm a Donahue

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Why USC's Evan Mobley Is the Best Big in the 2021 Draft

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:56 min | Last week

Why USC's Evan Mobley Is the Best Big in the 2021 Draft

"For the next two months in advance of the two thousand twenty one nba draft that is scheduled for july twenty nine. We're going to be dedicating an episode of beyond college basketball. Podcast to notable prospect. Same way we did in advance of last year's nba draft. We started this series last week with a twenty two minute profile of kate cunningham. If you missed it and you're interested don't find it today. We will turn our attention to another prospect who seems like lot to go in the top five of the two thousand twenty one nba draft. His name is evan mobile. he's a seven foot center. Who averaged sixteen point four points. Eight point seven rebounds. Two point nine blocks in two point four assists in thirty three point nine minutes per game in his one season at usc shop fifty seven point eight percent from the field. He was the pac twelve player of the year freshman of the year and pac twelve defensive player of the year. He was a consensus second team. All american who led usc to the elite eight of the ncaa tournament. Most mock drafts have him second or third in this. Two thousand twenty one. nba draft. So let's start with this dead leg. Is evan mobely to you clearly. Unquestionably the best big in this rat. Yes i think. That is unquestionable. We agree. I mean at this point. How about this. How about this for a quick complica- compare him to a recent big one. He played against and was good against james wiseman to me mobilize more versatile player with the higher upside and a year ago in a weaker draft. Class what's interesting is wise men went second moby might wind up going second or third we mentioned in the previous partly sided. I don't think he's going to go. I in this draft because of centers. And how they're viewed and how their role is changing By the year but it is interesting like if you put mobile wiseman even knowing what wise. Men's out like a year ago i would have said the same thing i think i would still take mobely over wise men coming out of college and we agree on the sofa. If we agree there yes mobis got to be the best big available in this

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How Eminem Helped Save Detroit

Past Gas

01:48 min | Last week

How Eminem Helped Save Detroit

"The year is two thousand eleven. The event super bowl forty-five the pittsburgh steelers versus the green bay packers. Aaron rodgers was mvp. Christina aguilera sang the national anthem. The black eyed peas performed the halftime show in truly fergus. Fashion it was peak. Two thousand ten's in every way but the biggest moment of the event was an epic two minute commercial titled born of fire better known by its catchphrase imported from detroit as marshall eminem. Mathers drives a chrysler. Two hundred through darkly lit detroit streets and an instrumental version of his song. Lose yourself plays in the background. A gritty male voice growls. What does a town. That's been to hell and back know about the finer things in life will. I'll tell you more than most you see. It's the hottest fires that make the hardest steel and hard work and conviction and the know how that runs generations deep in every last one of us that we. That's our story now. It's probably not the one you've been reading in the papers. The one being written by folks who've never even pin here don't know what we're capable of marshall. Eminem mathers parks chrysler outside. Detroit's fox theater inside a black choir. Ads their voices to the music from the stage as marshall walks down the isle onstage. The rapper turns the cameron. Says this is the motor city and this is what we do. The what we do was clear. Detroit has always been the center of american car manufacturing. But how did the city get to the point of needing a super bowl ad to sell itself. What was the helen. Back referenced in the ad and what was the story written in the papers. It was false then. Was there a true version. Ready to be uncovered

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Jan. 6 Commission Fails in Senate Following GOP Opposition

WBZ Midday News

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jan. 6 Commission Fails in Senate Following GOP Opposition

"Will check that dinner time forecast in two minutes. This just into the WBC news from again this hour. Republicans in the Senate have just blocked a bill that would have created a 9 11 style commission to study the January Capitol attack. The motion fails on the Senate floor minutes ago. Now the final tally was 54 votes in favor. But this legislation would have needed 60 votes to pass to avoid a filibuster. This is the first successful filibuster in the U. S Senate this year, but again D away dead on arrival. Republicans. Not there. Ah, handful did support this bill.

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The Benefits of Incorporating Cycling Into Your Running Routine

Another Mother Runner

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

The Benefits of Incorporating Cycling Into Your Running Routine

"Then what are some of the benefits. I mean let's talk a little bit about the ability you can get your heart rate pretty high right which you can't do in the pool If you want you know for thinking of traffic sports but Heart rate high low impact whether what other things to cycling kept going for it. Yeah you know. It's actually funny when those with was saying that it reminded me back in twenty ten. I think i took a year off triathlon. And i just did marathons and the coach that i was working with at the time was a marathoner and he had me doing a ton of biking not too much not too long but frequency over duration and intensity over Some other stuff so a lot of the big ring work and a lot of the short like vio to lake minute thirty minute and a half anything under two minutes. Kind of all out is what. I was doing to kind of supplement the running because marathon runners usually run so much during the week and i just don't respond well to it s. Most people don't respond well to them many miles so just the off the legs but also having some intensity and having some kind of you know. The circular motion of the running and cycling sometimes complement each other really. Well yeah. yeah. I mean people who have paid attention for the run of run like a mother. Another runner no that. I basically trained for the nike women's marathon on my bike and got a fracture Gosh early on in the training. And i was not. I was not given up that marathon. Come hell or high water. I was going to it with my one in three year old. I was like san francisco. Boston going and my coach at the time. Who was it. Carmichael training systems was like okay. We're hitting the bike and holy cow. I worked so freaking hard on that bike but it you know and my longest run i think was like sixteen miles and certainly i wasn't absolutely one hundred percent prepared for that marathon but but it can get you a really nice part of the way especially like you said if you're injury-prone or don't do well with a lot of high

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Belarus 'Diverts Ryanair Flight to Arrest Journalist', Opposition Says

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Belarus 'Diverts Ryanair Flight to Arrest Journalist', Opposition Says

"Authorities scrambled a fighter jet and flagged what turned out to be a full spam alert to force orion airplane to land on sunday and then detained opposition minded journalist who was on board during condemnation from europe and the united states in what was described by some e you leaders as a hijacking. The passenger plane flying from athens to lithuania were suddenly diverted to minsk the capital of belarus escorted there by a soviet era. Mig twenty nine fighter jet on its landing. authorities journalists roman protas savage into custody productivity had his head in his hands and was shaking when he realizes the flight was headed for minsk. Lithuania's delfi news outlet said quoting passenger later as lead away. According to the report he remarked all the death penalty here. The twenty six year old journalist worked for poland based online new service nexta which will cost of mass protests against belarussian president alexander lukashenko last year via the telegram messenger app at a time when it was hard for foreign media to do so pro to seven who now works for different telegram channel could mover is wanted in belarus on extremism charges and stands accused of organizing mass riots and of inciting social hatred allegations. He denies data showed. The plane was diverted just two minutes before. It was due to cross into lithuanian espace. Us foreign relations committee chairman. Bob menendez issued a statement with the heads of seven european parliamentary foreign affairs panels denouncing the force landing as an act of piracy. They called for a ban. On all overflights of belarus including to and from the country and for nato and easy you states to impose sanctions and suspend better russa's ability to use interpol poll. The us demanded a full investigation of an action. They said endangered the lives of the passengers including us citizens

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Doncic Ejected in Mavericks' 124-97 Victory Over Cavaliers

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Doncic Ejected in Mavericks' 124-97 Victory Over Cavaliers

"Tim Hardaway junior poured in twenty five points and Josh Richardson added twenty is the Mavericks blue by the Cavaliers won twenty four ninety seven it was an easy win for Dallas despite Luka Dodge who received a flagrant two foul and an automatic ejection early in the third quarter for hitting Collin Sexton in the groin area dot should finish with fifteen points in twenty two minutes and Jaylen Brunson had thirteen points and seven assists in the maps for straight win Dallas extended its lead to a game over Portland in the battle for fifth place in the Western Conference I'm Dave Ferrie

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Baffert Says Derby Winner Medina Spirit Tested Positive

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Baffert Says Derby Winner Medina Spirit Tested Positive

"Baffert says Medina spirit was found to have twenty one Pico grams of the steroid betamethasone in a post race samples I got the biggest got punch in racing for something that I didn't do Baffert's horses have been the subject of other positive drug tests over the years and the most group nice trainer and I have millions of eyes on but you know what I don't have a problem with it and the last thing I want to do is is something jeopardized the greatest two minutes in sports what data spirit will undergo more testing but if the horse is officially disqualified mandolin would be declared Kentucky Derby winner meanwhile Baffert says the horse will race in the Preakness a win there such a triple crown in motion I'm Julie Walker

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DeBrincat's OT Score Lifts Blackhawks Past Hurricanes 2-1

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

DeBrincat's OT Score Lifts Blackhawks Past Hurricanes 2-1

"Chicago for Alex DeBrincat scored at two minutes and two seconds into overtime lifting the Blackhawks two eight two one comeback victory over the Carolina hurricanes Carolina jumped out to a one nothing lead in the first period on a shorthanded breakaway goal by more teenagers the score would remain one nothing late in the third until Riley Stillman scored his first career goal with three oh one to play the knot the score it was huge I mean now there's a couple I had a couple opportunities during the game I thought a couple of issues of assets but as they get that first one away Collin Delia made thirty six saves in the win for the Blackhawks the hurricanes to the top the central division with eighty points Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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Grubauer Helps Avs Break 3-Game Slide in 3-0 Win Over Sharks

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Grubauer Helps Avs Break 3-Game Slide in 3-0 Win Over Sharks

"Philipp Grubauer stopped twenty one shots in his return from the league's coded nineteen protocols leading the avalanche to a three nothing win against the sharks Grubauer showed no signs of rust in his first game since April twelfth tying for the league lead with six shutout of the season Gabrielle Landeskog and Cale Makar scored power play goals two minutes apart in the first period the avs victory coupled with the golden knights three nothing lost Arizona leaves Colorado within four points of Vegas for the west division lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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Suns Snap Knicks' Nine-Game Win Streak With 118-110 Victory

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Suns Snap Knicks' Nine-Game Win Streak With 118-110 Victory

"The next nine game winning streak came to a disappointing end dropping a one eighteen to one ten decision the Phoenix the ex opened strong with the fifteen point first quarter lead but the sun's fort back they outscored the next sixty two to forty seven in the second half Devin Booker scored thirty three but his veteran teammate Chris Paul is big in the clutch with seven of his twenty points in the final two minutes Phoenix at forty three and eighteen fighting for the top seed in the Western Conference the Knicks are now thirty four twenty eight they were led by Derrick rose with twenty two points might make you so New York

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One Phone (MM #3686)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

One Phone (MM #3686)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. The other day. I was talking with one of my business partners about the olden days. Really, we were talking about our parents who are in their eighties, and how they both still had landline phones at home, but it really rang. Hold me. The other night when I was sitting there after dinner and my smart phone rang, and I started talking about two minutes later, my wife's smart phone rang and she started talking and we were both is Charles Rock about 6:00 at night. And I thought to myself, remember the old days when we had just one phone line in our home, we had our last landline in Ohio and probably got rid of it and probably 2009. I would bet you've been gone a long time and I can't even imagine having just one phone line anymore. That matter. I can't imagine the old days when it was attached to a wall and you had that big long cord that goes along with it. It's kind of funny how technology does change but more importantly, how things just so commonplace back in the day aren't commonplace anymore. In fact, some kids have never even seen anything like a landline attached to a wall. The good old days, I don't know about that. But one phone line for a home, I can't even imagine that any more dead.

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One Phone (MM #3686)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

One Phone (MM #3686)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. The other day. I was talking with one of my business partners about the olden days. Really, we were talking about our parents who are in their eighties, and how they both still had landline phones at home, but it really rang. Hold me. The other night when I was sitting there after dinner and my smart phone rang, and I started talking about two minutes later, my wife's smart phone rang and she started talking and we were both is Charles Rock about 6:00 at night. And I thought to myself, remember the old days when we had just one phone line in our home, we had our last landline in Ohio and probably got rid of it and probably 2009. I would bet you've been gone a long time and I can't even imagine having just one phone line anymore. That matter. I can't imagine the old days when it was attached to a wall and you had that big long cord that goes along with it. It's kind of funny how technology does change but more importantly, how things just so commonplace back in the day aren't commonplace anymore. In fact, some kids have never even seen anything like a landline attached to a wall. The good old days, I don't know about that. But one phone line for a home, I can't even imagine that any more dead.

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MediCaid & You - All You Need to Know

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

01:40 min | Last month

MediCaid & You - All You Need to Know

"Today with me is sylvia green and she is going to be talking to us about a kick. I know nothing about this is a good one. To chat about things medicaid. I told her. I have to remember to call medicated. Not medical so thank you for coming on and philly lewis in on everything. We need to know about medicaid. Thank you jennifer for. Having me on excited atom you have a company that deals specifically in medicaid services. So they want to start there. Or i'm not even sure where it's a good place to start. Definitely yes yes. So tenable senior planning. We are medicaid planning service and we assist individuals and seniors and their loved ones with the medicaid planning process and the actual medicaid application process. So senator the process can be quite challenging. Yes it is. You know definitely a lot of documentation that's required on a lot of knowledge that's required so that you know what documentations wired and you know what to do with assets what you can do what you should do. You know what your options are so definitely it is. It is a process. That is very daunting. Especially when you're not a professional at it or like dealing with people like i just i don't deal well with banks insurance companies any of those regulated type. Things is just what it is. I have like a visceral reaction two minutes on hold. And i'm just like losing my mind that stuff up to my husband which is much better.

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Krejci, Bergeron, Marchand score 2 as Bruins beat Caps 6-3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Krejci, Bergeron, Marchand score 2 as Bruins beat Caps 6-3

"The Bruins owner four game winning streak after Brad Marchand delivered two goals and a pair of his sister to six three downing of the capital's David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron also scored twice to back to Carrasco who turned back thirty shots in his second victory since suffering an injury in February great you put the Bruins in front for three at sixteen oh two of the second period on a pass from Craig Smith less than two minutes before bergerak doubled Boston's lead T. J. Oshie had two goals and Anthony Mantha added another for the first place capitals who have dropped two of three I'm the ferry

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Jake Paul Wins Latest Boxing Match in First Round Against Ben Askren

Jim Rome

01:06 min | Last month

Jake Paul Wins Latest Boxing Match in First Round Against Ben Askren

"The fight last night. The trailer fight club is what Snoop Dog is calling it and I would literally I would play. Jake Paul knocks out An aspirin. Jake Paul is just that YouTube star who was like 15 million Instagram followers. Ben Aspirin is a former M M A fighter who I've never heard of before. And he made $500,000 for this fight against Jake Ball. $500,000. That's his biggest payday ever. And he's in his mid mid mid thirties like 35 36 something like that, right? Take Paul knocked about the first it was. I think it was 119 seconds under two minutes of the first round. I would play that we would play the play by play for you. Except it's nothing but F bombs. Take everything you think you think of her thought of in a boxing match and throw that the hell down out the window or down the toilet, flush it down the toilet. Snoop Dog and company are doing this broadcasters F bombs. There's profanity everywhere, so I wouldn't have. I think I'm gonna ask Anthony. You're James to try to try toe sensor that to get it on the air. We miss one and people get in trouble. All right, but people love

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"two minutes" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

Hacking Your Leadership

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

"My name is thomas. And you're listening to hacking or leaderships two-minute tips criticism is something that a lot of people dread but when delivered properly it can positively impact you and your team as a leader. You are personally accountable for the development of others. Lorenzo is always saying this and i agree with one hundred percent. But how can you develop others. If you can't even do that for yourself. Well it all starts with you as a leader being able to take constructive criticism not only from those above you but also from the people around. You not getting defensive. When someone critiques you this shows you people that you have a growth mindset and are open to other opinions when delivering constructive criticism. You need to ensure that it is stemming from the desire to help others grow. That's the whole point when people see that they're more likely to make changes based on the feedback given to them. So how'd you start doing this. How do you start normalising constructive criticism with team. I it all starts with having an open dialogue between you and your team. Everyone has to have the understanding that this criticism is stemming from the desire to help them grow to help make them better leader or team member. It is not a way to complain about someone second if you have a valid critique follow up with the why and how behind why you're pointing this out and how they can improve and lastly always be open to criticism from others. I found to be one of the best ways for me to grow personally. Following these three simple steps can help you and your team achieve new levels of communication and efficiency.

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"two minutes" Discussed on Planet Mikey

Planet Mikey

08:11 min | 2 months ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Planet Mikey

"Okay, here we go to Penn State for a while. Don't touch of Radio Shack in the states for some jingles and wax of those among you who are more politically sensitive than the rest of us may wish to take a moment here to tighten up those sphincter muscles. Can you actually tighten Sprinter muscles wage, you know minor tight right now. What should I call the key? What's the one that keeps you from peeing? The Kegel muscles? That's the one yeah, he goes constrictors. We're going to do a whole podcast on that one of these days. Fundamental causes of the swelling of the urethra we discussed last week. We're going to get a proctologist in here Albert Pujols. Not remember one, but right up there dead. Cool Planet Money episode 117. No 118 use you give them one John Smith. I know you know like get off on the show Sale s you get an F. Actually it's incomplete notice looking forward to that interview. I thought that would be really interesting but no been thanks. Yeah, you know how long we hesitate to give you a second responsibility because you didn't even get Tatiana. So let's give a new assignment. Okay. Yeah, you know who you have to get on the podcast who took the one what's your name? Kylie Jenner Kylie? That's right. Yeah. She don't get her you will be docked. She's almost a billionaire isn't she will dock your pay if I don't get Kylie Jenner that little slut. Well, I think we just eliminated like slash. He called me a slight. I'll never go on that show. She insists. That's what people call her. You know that home. Kylie Jenner, what's your mileage enter family? Anyway, I don't know the dad was Kardashian. Yeah, right. The mom was sleeping with OJ alleged. Well, the younger ones are genders off the daughter made a sex tape with somebody. That's how she got famous r a j. Yeah, and then Kylie Jenner she's probably had for someone who's like how old 21,000 I'm talking about. This I hate I hate the whole surprised you even tune into that whole I really hate him. It's like where is canceled culture when you really need it, you know step up a bill. Yep. Yep. He's so full of shit. I know he's so depressed about the final season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. How did he know that she was a billionaire billionaire has cuz he's been keeping up with Kardashians. Can you imagine the vinegar and water they go through with that house? It's like keep somebody in business. They haven't delivered. So it is 1:18 then right? Yep. Yep. Then kitchen here along with yours truly's Rothman and we haven't gotten the papers yet on Ben's name change to Ben COK, which is Swedish for kitchen, you know too many cooks in the too many cooks in the kitchen. That's what they say too many cooks. That's the Swedish word for kitchen at Ben's. I looked it up fantastic then cock ever been to Thailand Bangkok. Absolutely. So, you know how you say thank you in Swedish. By the way, I know this cuz I dated the Swedish woman. Her name was severe. Okay, so we against Victor. How do you say off the fish fisherman? She he's saying here's how you say. Thanks. Thanks. Simply. Thanks. Talk to you say you say something good as they talk talk. That's that means thanks kitchen. Wow. Do you want to say thank you very much in Swedish. It's tax and make it talk some ikut. Thank you very much. How do you know this Elvis would get there you go. He played a song and he go talk to him again. Thank you very much. All your sweets out there. I see Bonnie. What's your did you have a shot yet? I know losing a compact. Did you have any shots yet? You guys got me know. All right. I had one I had one you did. I'm half vax and any reaction has the wrong guy. You should see I my God. Grunion grew about four feet and half an hour and then I lost my cable signal the first shot was not bad. I had a little tiny bit of tenderness and they told me during a Little Tenderness more derna or was this remote derna? Yes, and it was down at Foxboro. I went down there and Foxboro and I said to the guy gave me the shot. I had a mask on so I can get away with anything at once I said, well the house is Bob Kraft built, huh? And I'm looking around and he says well no Tom Brady built it I went so I had my first and I'm going to have one April 16th. I think yeah. I'm going to go to Florida. Tear it up down there go to Miami Beach and not wear a mask get arrested is spring break over soon. I think it is isn't it? I think so. I don't know you're going wild down there. Yeah, my hit me they're all fighting a range. You want to just go down there and smack him all the trying to make the government look bad dog. He's got good here. No, no, he's got good hair. He's one of those fights are unbelievable. He will run for president. Probably next time around but you think maybe I like it you probably going to get some spring break time through Easter. Oh, okay. Jesus will be very proud three wise men. Have you ever had that shot now? I'm talking about different shot from your arm. I'm talking with the kind. You drink. Have you ever had a three wise? I you know, what's that never heard again? Tell you right there was a period in my life where I did a little bit of drinking. Hold on a moment. Tell us the story was about I'd say about a year two thousand and one I was a little forlorn, you know, Lorne Greene a big fan off in the meantime. I was drinking and I decided I wanted to kind of hurry up the process a little bit. I want to sit there and have sip of beer and have a now let's get their their Tsum pack driver to three wise men and the bartenders. Are you sure you want this son. I said, yes, I do. He said I have three wise men jack Johnny and Jim Jack Daniels Johnny Walker and Jim Beam is a triple shot in one you're going to get there in a hurry. All right. You don't want to look back something might be gaining you, you know what I'm saying? So you do what three wise men shot you turn out to be the least wise guy in the entire bar it turn into an asshole pretty much dead. In about 30 seconds soon as that their liquor hits. 3 minutes ago. I was a nice guy here. Now look at me. I'm standing on the table naked slapping people in the face with my unit. I'm an asshole. Jack Johnny and June Thank you boys. Can you Google this the you Google the Roy Roy tan cigar? Roi-roi Tanja Roi though. Right is regarding you. Bring some right hands over here once knew no I want to hear the one that goes man-to-man smoke a cigar man-to-man smoke a wrong 10 for the taste that is better by far who know what brings this up? I just came to me last night. I was oh here it is. 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Black History in Two Minutes

02:17 min | 6 months ago

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"Long before spike. Lee john singleton and julie dash broke various for black cinema oscar. Ms show became the first major black filmmaker to produce and direct his own films. Everything entrepreneur oscar. Me show left home at sixteen became a train porter and then a home stellar. Supporting a farm was anything but easy. Michelle turned to writing as a new source of income and in one thousand nine hundred seventeen. Ms show would probably a book that altered his future forever. it was called the homestead any adapted it into a silent movie which he produced independently. The homesteaders began michelle's career as the first major independent producer director. A black films his work critique the racist stereotypes of black people typically depicted in hollywood films. You are seeing a whole range of black characters on the screen. Assertive articulate often sophisticated strong characters. Who were trying to do something for themselves in the community. His fifth film within our gates directly rebutted the blatant racism of d w griffith's birth of a nation. A three hour. Long piece of jim crow era propaganda within our gates responds directly to birth of a nation. The negative stereotypical ports of black people. That were shown there. We're not how black people really work. And then showing that white supremacy was really the main problem in the south other films like the symbol of the unconquered and body and soul sought to entertain while also delivering social commentary. He covered issues. That were not being covered and film generally speaking lynching discrimination struggles around employment class differences amongst african americans censor boards often edited. Michelle's movies are rejected them outright. He used these attempts to censor as worked to his advantage. Marketing uncensored versions to curious endearing audiences forced to fund his own work. Miss show success was self made over a career spanning more than three.

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Black History in Two Minutes

02:34 min | 6 months ago

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"In one thousand nine hundred fifty four. The united states supreme court in the landmark case brown versus the board of education held the racial segregation in public schools was constituted were desegregation was accepted and implemented. This strategy was successful but in many parts of the country it would take much more than a court order. Change public opinion rooted in centuries of anti-black races politicians in county and state governments across the south found ways to go round the laws sometimes they slash state funding for public schools. Integrate sometimes they supported private academies attended predominantly by white students. The main thrust behind african-american interest in desegregating was a desire for access to quality education. They understood that dollars followed white children into white schools. Nearly twenty years after the brown decision many schools remained segregated even in the north and nowhere. Was this more evident than in boston. Massachusetts in response the nwa cpi presented a class action suit demanding that schools and educational officials should act in one thousand nine hundred seventy four a federal judge in massachusetts rule. That students in boston would be bused from one neighborhood to another neighborhood to balance school systems. Racially working class white. One of the things that they have been able to benefit from is being able to send their children to all white schools and the resources and privilege that comes along with that and now they're being asked to give that up in south boston. As many as eighteen thousand students were forced to attend new schools. Angry protesters carried signs per brix at buses and blocked school entrances opposition to integration continued. Well after the initial violence subside. Many middle class white families moved to the suburbs abandoning the city's public school system. Sixty years after brown. V board of education american classrooms remain shockingly segregated a direct result of families continuing to move to the suburbs taking public funding based on property taxes. Along with the goals of brown v board remain unfulfilled even though it spirit lives on..

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Black History in Two Minutes

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes

"The end of slavery brought the promise of freedom and equality but the rollback of reconstruction led to a systematic erosion of the rights of african americans throughout the south yet is racist spread. Jim crows poison. Waves a black migrants decided to leave the south in search of equal rights personal safety and economic opportunity. The homestead with president abraham lincoln had signed into law in eighteen sixty two granted settlers including free black people the ability to claim one hundred and sixty acres of government land as reconstruction eroded thousands of african americans dubbed. Exa dusters moved westward particularly to kansas hoping to claim land. This i by gray should of black people. Out of the deep south was called the great exodus of eighteen. Seventy nine most black southerners as christian doubt that they were being delivered into a promise. Land the end of the nineteenth century saw jim crow laws codify racial segregation racist aggression against black people intensify and lynchings increase throughout the south starting in the eighteen ninety s southern african americans began moving north migration dramatically increased during world war in one as from europe declined and factories in the north started recruiting black workers. Thousands of african americans left their southern homes to move to places like chicago. Detroit harlem los angeles. This was known as the great migration this would transform the places where they moved as employment opportunities increase so too did demand for housing segregated neighborhoods. Ratcheted up the competition for space between black and white residents. The result was black. Urban population hopes influential political and cultural concentrations in cities such as chicago and detroit washington. New york the harlem renaissance was the most famous black cultural movement resulting from the great migration world war two spurred even more migration as black civilians left the south for industrial jobs created by the demands of war. Filling vacancies created by men being drafted second. Great migration was more sustained. This generation moved into cities that already had black communities that had been established by the first great migration. They were transform. America's popular culture politics. Two sports were influenced by that second. Great migration including something like the birth of motown which is the direct result of the second great migration. The north's victory during the civil war unfortunately didn't lead to full civic or social equality for african americans in the south but gaining american citizenship provided the formally enslaved people with the freedom to move and they exercise that freedom to move in search of a better life..

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Black History in Two Minutes

02:11 min | 7 months ago

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"When most of us think of the underground railroad we think people in the south risking everything to flee their masters for freedom in the north but the first underground railroad actually ran in the opposite direction from north to south by the late. Sixteen hundreds after a century of spain in england's rivalry for control of the southern colonies spanish florida had become a sanctuary for slaves who fled south from english rule. Vision of the underground railroad is black folk crossing the ohio river from kentucky into ohio. The reality is black folk went wherever they could find. Freedom and whichever destination was closest people would escape from say south carolina and try to get out through native american territory into some wild frontier territory or into spanish territory established in fifteen sixty five. Spanish florida was strategically important. Given its proximity to the caribbean. It also offered spain a chance to expand its period power by converting people in the new world to roman catholicism so in sixteen eighty seven when an intrepid group of slaves escape from charleston to saint augustine then sought asylum from the spanish governor. They were granted their freedom on the condition that they convert saint. Augustine was one of these weaken lights african american saying if we can get there and under spanish authorities spanish control Then we can have our freedom by seventeen thirty eight so many fugitive slaves had arrived from the carolinas and georgia that the spanish established in all black fortified settlement known as mosaic in seventeen ninety facing pressure from the united states government and secretary of state. Thomas jefferson the spanish ended their policy of granting sanctuary in florida. However the dreams of freedom lived on the underground railroad turn north. It's estimated that thirty thousand people escaped through its freedom network..

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Black History in Two Minutes

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes

"Take nearly half a million. African survived the middle passage eventually arriving in the united states but a second middle passage inside. Our country was over twice as large scale. The domestic slave trade fueled the nation's booming cotton economy and in the process shattered black. After eli whitney invented the cotton gin in seventeen. Ninety three cotton exploded as a cash crop. you have this technological innovation. The cotton gin makes it quicker easier to separate the seed from the cotton bowl itself and also have the louisiana purchase and the seizing of indigenous native american. Lan as a result of that you have this new land in the west you have a demand for cotton and demand for labour slave owners from states in the upper south sold their slaves to traders who then transported them to the cotton producing states in the deeper south and further to the west. This came to be known as the second middle passage and its effects on. The african american community would be devastating forcibly sold separated from families husbands from wives parents from children's siblings from one another forced to make these trips chained and bound together and clearing the way for settlement of white americans about a million sleeves move between these older states and the newer states in the south over the course of three decades in the nineteenth century. So there's this massive slave trade domestically that attends the opening up of the cotton territories and the rise of cotton kingdom in the south. Countless families became the victims of the largest four spying gratien in our country's history but there were huge profits to be made off a black bodies once. They arrived at their destination families that have made the journey together often were ripped. Apart as the slave trade did in africa. The domestic slave trade scrambles any kind of community that black people had come to know and it leads to this new round of massive alien nation and forces him to start all over again. This horrendous dislocation lasted until the civil war began but the consequences of the second middle passage devastated generations. Black families thanks..

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Black History in Two Minutes

02:27 min | 7 months ago

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"Enslaved shipped to the americas since the spanish arrived in the early fifteen hundreds europeans purchase slaves along the coast the west and central africa the chain captives were forced onto ships destined to the new world for the long and brutal voyage known as the middle passage conditions on the ships. Were indescribably inhumane. The enslaved africans weren't treated as human beings they retreated like cargo men and women shackled together stacked on top of each other. There was a process known as tight packing where you literally had slave trading scientists who tried to figure out the maximum way to squeeze many human beings as possible into the holds of the ships incredibly about twelve point. Five million africans were shipped to the new world between fifteen twenty five and eighteen. Sixty six about fifteen percent didn't survive the journey four centuries of trafficking in human beings and over the course of that time we're talking about millions of souls involved and millions of souls lost and yet people endured and yet they survive. The overwhelming majority went to destinations. Other than north america of the twelve point. Five million africans shipped to the new world is slaves. It's estimated about four hundred and fifty thousand landed on our shores while a law passed by congress in eighteen o eight banned the trans atlantic slave trade. Thousands of slaves are estimated to have been smuggled into our country up to the civil war by eighteen. Sixty be enslaved population in the united states had grown to about four million people a staggering number. And you consider that. The national population at the time was thirty. One million. the horrors of slavery in the united states would persist until eighteen. Sixty five when following the end of the civil war thirteen th amendment was ratified with the repercussions of institutional slavery are still being felt to this day. As african americans continue to fight for equal rights. And for the right to be heard.

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Black History in Two Minutes

02:50 min | 7 months ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes

"In august nineteen seventy-three a young jamaican more new yorker known as dj. Cool heard through a party in the south bronx with a pair of turntables improvising technique that isolated and repeated musical breaks and repeated musical bricks that technique would lay the foundation for genre known as hip hop hip hop music emerged from house parties in the bronx and spread like wildfire between friends and neighbors a-block parties. The new sound was electrified in the school yard during recess. Someone would have a boombox and then someone would start rhyming. He didn't have recorded versions of hip hop at that time. Within a few years it'd become an underground cultural movement and its distribution was homemade. You couldn't purchase albums or records and you couldn't hear hip hop on the radio. The only way that you could participate in the culture musically west through these cassette tapes which would circulate all throughout the city as its influence and broaden the music spread from the underground onto the radio in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. A group from suburban new jersey released rapper's delight one of the first hip hop wreck. Now what do you hear is not a test. Don lemon and the friends are gonna try to mischief. and the sugarhill gang. it was just the beginning cpap evolved. It became a passion shared by millions of young americans who use it to articulate their identity in their politics creating a vibrant multicultural community across the country cloud generation of young people. We had to find new ways to communicate. You know just getting on records and speaking about the truth. It's lyrics reflected the social and economic conditions of the inner cities as seen through the eyes of the people who lived there sought me. 'cause oh close to the try not to lose my head so i wonder how you going to think it was team. Said he knows the cnn of the black community actually reporting on all of these things that we've experienced in poetry form and musical form in twenty seventeen hip hop surpassed rock america's number one stream genre for the first time ever decades after its birth hip hop is grown from its underground origins in the bronx to become one of the most popular genres of music throughout the world..

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Black History in Two Minutes

03:40 min | 8 months ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes

"I Barack Hussein Obama do solemnly swear Barack Obama's inauguration as president of the United States was add a few of us believe we would ever see our lifetimes and a success seem to Mark a profound change in the history of America's tortured racial politics. Very few people would ever heard of Barack Obama when he gave a keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic Convention. I remember thinking who is this guy? He was so exciting and charismatic and put forward a vision of America that could excite all of us across rates. There is not a Black America and a white America and Latino America and Asia in America. There's the United States of America. Barack Obama was offering the country who kind of aspirational vision of what it could be and it proved to be politically very very powerful despite the enormous excitement that agreed it's across the nation when the first-term senator announced his candidacy for president. It's struck many as an exceedingly long shot. There was a lot of hesitation in terms of whether or not a black candidate could win the presidency and whether or not voting for him would be in effect throwing away a vote those presidential campaign focused largely on issues other than race Senator Obama felt compelled to address the subject after an inflammatory video surfaced quoting has passed her the Reverend Jeremiah right out of context. With his presidential prospects in dire Jeopardy Obama confronted the issue directly with a brilliantly wrought and deeply personal speech icon more disown him than I can disown my white grandmother a woman who loves me as much as she loves anything in this world, but a woman who once confessed her fear of black men who passed her by on the street. I think the fact that Barack Obama had grown up in a household where he did not have first-hand experience with you know, relatives who had gone through a Litany of Horrors that is in you know, the history of black people in this country meant that he had a perspective on Race that very few African Americans in this country have we may have different stories but we home, and hopes we may not look the same and may not have come from the same place. But we all want to move in the same direction towards a better future for our children wage. Our grandchildren African Americans who saw the speech and said, oh, okay. He understands where we're coming from and they will white people who will flood speech and certainly understands that I'm not a racist even if I have these idea that people might think are unpopular about race. That was the masterstroke of that speech. Obama's unifying message resonated with voters across the country on November 4th 2008. They elected him the first African American president of the United States of America. We got the idea that there is a black president that black children off the black people can go out and say there's somebody that looks like me in the White House and not just Obama Michelle Obama their children that there is a family that looks like me in the White House is huge..

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Rain DeGrey

06:00 min | 8 months ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Rain DeGrey

"Every Monday. Hey everybody. This is Chris and rain, and if you do want to join us for the dirty talk after hours podcast. We would love to have you along. It's a weekly podcast that we do offer on patreon go to a patreon.com Dirty Talk podcast, and we'll give you an earful each and every Monday morning both of your ears doubtful. Yes, two years full Monday morning. Sometimes we go on adventures. Sometimes we talked about the weird news of the day. It's a never-ending party my friends join us. So if you want to support this podcast and encourage us to keep doing the awesome job or doing and get bonus episodes may be weak go to patreon.com Dirty Talk podcast. See you all there. We now retired to 2 Minutes to Midnight on the Columbia broadcasting network sitting alone in a darkened room. All that can be heard is a desperate voice coming out of the radio. Hoping to find anyone who's you talk to and the rubble of a slowly crumbling world. But maybe the sender isn't reaching the receiver intended. That's what happens when you attempted final broadcast goes out at 2 minutes till midnight. Hello. Is there anybody there? Please if you're there respond. Hello. I'm sorry. I just can't take the constant silence and permanent Twilight everyday bleeding into the last. I just need to hear something. anything I can't sit here anymore with nothing, but the product fruits of my memories sloughing feet leaving the Barrett hits my dog whisperers of how the world looked before the sky took on the reflection of the dried blood. That's still clogged storm drains the birth covered with this thin Downey Ash. The birds hadn't followed from their flight. The trees are bare. I can't feed off of the rotting corpses of the animals that lay beneath them when they themselves are expiring in this sunless loaf choked limbo. Try to remember how it all began. Is anyone even listening don't listen Okay broadcasting until the batteries give out, you know, it's lies. This is all I have left. Is there anyone there? Course, there's not you would have answered by now. Sometimes I think I hear someone trying to get through on the radio static. Trying to reach me but sometimes I think it's all in my head smash it. So they can't find you. I don't remember the moment when everything changed. These things happen so slowly. You would just to one small thing after another. First there was the water out of the tap would run black. But if you waited a little while let it run and everything would turn clear again. Is it clear now? Who am I kidding? Hasn't been any water coming out of there for months as dry as the grass in the yard. slowly turning to dust notice that there was a few less cans on the Shelf. She wants watch your Radioman said it was only temporary always wanted everything would be back to the way it was always walk and watch your no one really did anything the news was just the same frightened angry faces trying to be the one to talk the loudest. Trying to convince everyone else or or maybe even themselves that. Told loud enough and often enough, but would make it true. Then they rounded up all those people. They're always the others you were told about them the ones working against us. One disapproved of how we lived the ones that coveted what we had what we had learned. What was our right? That's that venomous car wouldn't allow them to break. So we made the sacrifices we had to there were always the others the ones not like us. This might be the last time I can broadcast. Is there anyone there please? Let there be someone there don't respond. They'll try don't care who you are you are. Just did someone to talk to I just need to hear another voice. That's not mine. Just a little while. I haven't heard another person. Since my wife decided that this was all too much. I guess it was that day when the electricity was suddenly gone. No..

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Rain DeGrey

07:47 min | 8 months ago

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"On here. Take a seat. Now what seems to be the problem so tired I haven't been able to sleep for weeks. It happens at night. They come at night. Someone something something evil. I can feel it in my room lurking in the shadows hunting me. I can hear it whispering could I do drugs? I come to with a fight and feel it feel it rained down pressing on my chest something sitting on my chest, even though there's nothing there as long as a buzzing the hissing. All I could do is lay there motionless helpless. I'm wide awake, but I can't move a single muscle. I can't turn off finger nothing like a prisoner in my own body. I'm not crazy dog. I swear I'm not. Sometimes I can't believe it myself. I've never believed in aliens or demons or any of that other nonsense, but I'm starting to think that that's the only answer. I'm starting to believe I'm cursed it keeps happening. And it's terrifying. You have no idea there there. It's all right. Well, I assure you are not losing your mind nor you cursed you're being visited by aliens. I know you think I'm crazy. You don't know how bad it is. You don't understand. I'm too scared to sleep the coffee stopped working buying caffeine pills now and taking them in bulk. I have to take antacids with the counter the holes they're burning in my stomach, but it's better than sleeping. It's better than spending every night in a waking nightmare. Oh, I do believe you. There's a simple explanation for all of this. I can help you. But first let's get you calmed down a bit. It's obvious. You're not really educated State. What's that? I hate needles nothing to be afraid of this is simply going to help you relax a little bit. Then we can work out all these troubles you're having. There we go. It's better deep breaths. Will feel better in just a few minutes. You have nothing to fear will set you straight. See looks like you're feeling more tranquil already. Yes. I am. Thank you. It's it's helping. Yes, of course it is. Now what you're suffering from is a classic case of sleep paralysis. You see sleep paralysis is a state in which you are awake but unable to move or speak. Hallucinations intense fear of feeling of someone sitting on your chest hearing voices or Whispering very common during episodes of sleep paralysis. I guarantee no aliens are visiting you at night. There's any aliens out there. They're not bothering to come to this Backwater planet. But you're not the first come to this conclusion interestingly enough sleep paralysis is theorized to play a role in the creation of stories of alien abduction and other paranormal events. And you're definitely not alone with this Affliction between 8 and fifty percent of people experience at least one episode of sleep paralysis at some point in their life. There really isn't any treatment options for though it's mainly recommended. We just reassure patients that the condition is common in generally not that serious. Reassuring doesn't work. The next step is to work on improving sleep hygiene do cognitive behavioral therapy or prescribe antidepressants. But we're not going to have to bother with any of those things with you though. Are we pretty impressive how quickly it kicks in isn't it off? You really can't move. Can you? You can still blink. They'll go ahead and blink for me. Oh, yes, very good all locked in. Oh, that's a lot of blinking. You haven't heard of locked-in syndrome. It's fascinating stuff locked-in syndrome as a condition in which a patient is aware, but cannot move or communicate do to complete paralysis of nearly dead all voluntary muscles in the body except for blinking you are conscious insufficiently intact cognitively to be able to communicate with eye movements, but that's all you can do. A lot like that sleep paralysis. Am I right? Behind my look at that terrified look in your eye. Isn't that precious? You see a number of things can cause locked-in syndrome poisoning traumatic brain injury medication overdose Strokes diseases of the circulatory system why there is even a case of a woman who checked into the ER and ended up with locked-in syndrome caused by excessive use of cocaine wage find with a cute trombosis riveting case. Actually. She ended up completely Frozen and could only communicate by movements with her eyes. But you haven't been doing any cocaine now. Have you? You know, you really should ask more questions before you let someone inject you with unknown substances. Even if I am wearing a lab coat, that doesn't make me automatically trustworthy. Oh, well, listen learn to the fact that there was no receptionist and you and I are alone in this building should have been a tip-off know. Well, it seems like that vecuronium bromide really did the trick and that right Mr. Blinker bulb. It's one of my favorites. It's used as part of general anesthesia to provide skeletal muscular relaxation during surgery or mechanical ventilation affects your greatest at about 4 minutes and last for up to an hour and by my calculation you're at Peak Effectiveness right about now. Oh, don't worry. You'll be getting another dose before this one wears off. I'm thinking you're really starting to panic aren't you? Lots of thoughts racing through your head about what I'm going to do to you while you lay there helpless science my good man. I'm like I said, you've come to the right place paralysis happens to be my specialty and it is very kind of you to volunteer participate in my extensive.

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Rain DeGrey

03:36 min | 8 months ago

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"One of the primary objectives of the foreign policy of the United States is the creation of conditions in which we and other nations would be able to work out a way of life free from coercion. This was a fundamental issue in the war with Germany and Japan our victory was won over countries which sought to impose their will and their way of life upon other nations. At the present moment in world history nearly every nation must choose between alternative ways of life. The choice is too often. Not a free one one way of life is based upon the will of the majority and is distinguished by free institutions a representative government free elections guarantees of individual liberty freedom of speech and religion and freedom from political oppression. The second way of life is based upon the will of a minority forcibly imposed upon the majority. It relies upon Terror and oppression birth control, press and radio fixed elections and.

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Black History in Two Minutes

03:31 min | 8 months ago

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"Over a hundred years ago the black nationalist movement in America reached an unprecedented level of popularity because of the efforts of the charismatic leader of the universal negro Improvement Association Marcus Garvey born in Jamaica Garvey grew up in poverty. He came to understand race relations through the lens of birth colonialism throughout the Caribbean and Latin America as his thinking matured. He began to formulate a revolutionary social movement in nineteen fourteen years. He founded the universal negro Improvement Association dedicated to uniting all the black people throughout the world. Two years later. He immigrated to the United States or his powerful message quickly gained traction you walk you like we weren't able to go to work for one coming up this second building and they should all his own on the great continent of Africa for the purpose of generating our industrial commercial educational Council and for the vehicle collision be arrives in an error where blacks are still being lynched regularly in the South around the same time that movies like Birth of a Nation are showing extra ordinarily Rage depictions of African Americans as monsters. You have this really charismatic and dynamic individual and he's talking about look our place is never going to be here in the United States were going to be in Europe. It's going to be in Africa. We need to reclaim Africa. So Garvey is going to be preaching a philosophy of black pride. He's going to come up with a scheme to repatriate to Africa and he provides a huge sense of hope for millions of African-Americans a centerpiece of garvey's program was the creation of the Black Star Line a steamship line launched a transport. African Americans who wish to emigrate to Africa the Black Star Line is this idea that Garvey can buy ships through the support of local African American people sending in money so you can have a share in the Black Star Line and these ships were going to take thousands of people back to Africa to the Colony that Garvey was going to establish but his advocacy for black Americans to move back to Africa drew the attention of the United States government and especially J Edgar Hoover Federal Bureau of Investigation, which monitored garvey's movement seeking grounds for his arrest and deportation Garvey was growing too powerful J. Edgar Hoover is going to hire their first negro agents to subvert Marcus Garvey and eventually they're going to say that he's been committing mail fraud with the Black Star Line scheme. He's eventually tried arrested placed in jail 19-25. He's deported in nineteen twenty-seven and he's never go out to return to the United States. He dies in London in 1943. Garvey's Legacy as the father of the modern back to Africa movement cannot be underestimated. He created the largest popular political movement in the history of Black America and would be an inspiration both to the anti-colonial movement and black nationalist leaders throughout the remainder of the century..

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Black History in Two Minutes

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes

"On the list of history's great explorers too often, the names of black men and women have gone missing. Yet weather, striking out on their own or accompanying others. Black explorers and left their mark on land and sea. In even in space. In Fifteen, twenty eight. And African named Esteban was brought to Florida as a slave by Spanish conquistadors. When their expedition fail. The survivors explored the American southwest on foot for almost a decade. Esteban travel well over fifteen thousand miles. He saw Moore of the continent than almost any other people before. Listen incompetent. About four centuries later. Another African American explore. Would be one of the first Westerners to reach the far end of planet earth. Matthew Henson spent most of his adolescence at sea learning how to be a sailor. He was also quite interested in exploration, and found himself connected to Admiral Perry. Who is interested in finding North Pole? Hinson travels with him and they've made to the North Pole. Hinson had incredible skills and was recognized for those skills far later than Perry was. In the twentieth century black. Pioneers boldly explored even more daunting frontiers. In the nineteen eighties, the space program was very popular with the American people, and it became clear that there were no African Americans in the astronaut corps, so there was a push to recruit African Americans and in Nineteen, ninety-three guy in blue for became the first. African American to go into space. The second was Ronald McNair. Flew as a mission specialist in nineteen eighty-four. McNair even played his saxophone onboard. Sadly He died tragically two years later when the Challenger exploded shortly after takeoff. In Nineteen ninety-two another African American astronaut made history. It'll be making her first trip in space today and she's ready to fly. Mae Jemison spent more than a week orbiting Earth becoming the first African American woman in space. The Astronaut Corps something that Swiss considered quite a leap. These three African Americans were accomplished scientists and engineers they had passed through quite a rigorous set of assessments to become the first of their race to go into a place where your skills your intelligence, your courage and your commitment were all that mattered not erase. Contrary to what most of US learned in school? Not all great explorers were white men. These bowl pioneers were only a few of the African. Americans who overcame unimaginable odds and push forward. The boundaries of what is possible for black people.

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"two minutes" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

Mt. Rushmore Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

"And I don't know if how many of Elvis's were like that. I was kind of just looking through just now and has teddy bear song Also like clocks in under two minutes and he just had like a number of songs and maybe rock and roll in. Its early days you know. They were experimenting with what music was definitely the origins of it you know coming out of blues and especially out of the South is. Elvis did and national and everything. Some of their songs were just like these. I don't know how to say it. But like they were just like these little ditties. They're just these little songs that they You put Elvis on and it turns into something special and I was reading the history of the song and apparently the origins of the name and the title is kind of disputed where Elvis claims that he woke up in bed and he was all shook up the original the writer of Otis Blackwell. He had a good phrase basically. Yeah I love when writers. The actual writers of the songs are like yeah. I just wrote the lyrics to it. I just wrote it down right. I wrote the music and everyone else's like trying to claim that. Oh No it was a an advertisement for seven up or something then was inspired. It's like the right like no I just. I just wrote it because I know how to write Tom. Because that's the way I do. That's what so I became kind of an order with Blackwell Fan when I read about him. And he's supposedly was the best songwriter in on the planet and people would sometimes challenge the skill by doing something like can you? Oh you can write a song. Can you write about this? Shaka BOTTLE OF PEPSI. Nothing's all shook up man. Yeah yeah or they got. Such great lyrics is her. Lips are like a volcano. That's yeah not the not the most sophisticated but I think versus those cold. Volk game right those simple in one night. I think it was like Christmas. This is even seems more. Like legend but Otis Blackwell sold like four four songs to San Phillips or something and they were all number. Gold's for Elvis motorcycle. It also choose phrases. That would stand out in a catalog so all the songs started with a baby or love would be skipped over and something that stood out like. Don't be cruel which he got from a Comic Book Bubble Romance Comic where a woman talking to a man captured still cool so he would find things that just didn't fit into that that's fine to that list now. How Clever Yeah and Suppose Otis Blackwell was. He was an African American person born in Brooklyn but he loved country music and Dr. Thomas was a board in the south maybe New Orleans or something came up to Brooklyn and he loved rock and they would pal around together so yeah cool. Awesome great choices you guys. I am going to just run through and just grab some and come up with I liked the background I LOVE THE SMITHS. So please please please fun to find out Kind of have wants at least get some Mandolin in there somewhere. You almost kind of broken. Heart with that the microphones felt your shape. That's so fucking sad and then I got to always go with. We got another we got. We had to Elvis's in this list. Castillo with welcome to the working week in you educated me with Never talking to you again. Richard by who screwed so we had a tie. Oh wait hold on there we go we got all the sound fix was the final scoring on that when Michael Seven okay all right so ladies and gentlemen this has been the Mount Rushmore podcast. I as always Jeff. I'm Richard I'm Michael..

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"two minutes" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

Mt. Rushmore Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"two minutes" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

"That idea that this is your initial introduction into a band and it's something that's instead of like okay. Let's try and do something that's going to be and sort of really gets you know gets us out there. Let's do something. It's like a minute minute fifty six and just get in. Say what you need to say. Get out yeah just feels very a piece of the clash. Abandoned would later go on by the time you get to like Sandinista putting out three record albums and songs that are seven eight minutes long some of the dancy type soft. That's interesting it's about. You know certainly in their early years with the first album. Very much of the pop playbook or the PUCK PLAYBOOK. I should say You know a song that is very direct with its lyrics and I think it makes sense for a song. That's direct about what talking about to have. Obviously it's very much a three quarter type song and also to be sort of shortened in terms of the length of it All right that's it dude. Made a statement over blow to thrown down man cutting the fat the fat. Okay Winfield my second choice. I do like it. We're moving along moving along with this. Is going to be a quick episode. You guys. We'll put in. We'll put amusing and stuff out little fat and it is a song. Please please please let me get what I want. Okay by the Smith. Good Times for a chance to see the Lockhart Can make a good man turn his play when you're listening to know. Oh wow the size of the Sonnen loop in your car. Which hardwired to the song titled.

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