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Street gang founded in Los Angeles, California

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Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso
Actor Jonathan Majors: ‘Everything Happens To Me'

Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 48:35


To close the holiday weekend, we sit with actor Jonathan Majors! At the top, we discuss how he embodied real-life US Navy pilot Jesse Brown in the new film “Devotion” (6:50) and what a dream revealed about both the character (8:20) and a pivotal scene with actor Glen Powell (9:40). Then, Jonathan reflects on a formative memory on his grandparents' farm in Texas (16:19), his formative relationships with his parents (19:45), and his mother's unconditional love and support (21:50) as he found his path to drama school (27:30). On the back half, we talk about his approach to acting at the UNC School of the Arts (30:12), his singular work in “Da 5 Bloods” and HBO's “Lovecraft Country” in 2020 (35:42), and how his “capacity for heartbreak” propels his performances. As we leave, we discuss Jonathan's life as an artist and father (43:32) and the recurring dream that portends his future (45:42).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Patriotically Correct Radio Show with Stew Peters | #PCRadio
Trump's BACK! Vaxx Shedding Contaminates Pure Bloods & Big Tech Hides the Bodies

The Patriotically Correct Radio Show with Stew Peters | #PCRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 56:06


Donald Trump announced that he's running for president again in 2024. But Donald's speech left a wave of disappointed Trump supporters. Ernest Ramirez lost his son just five days after getting the Pfizer shot. Now, Ernest is facing censorship on social media for sharing what happened on social media and trying to call out the people who murdered his son. Embalmer Richard Hirschman joins to detail the bizarre phenomenon occurring in the bodies of the vaccinated. Alien like, unnatural clots are growing inside the HUMAN body! Ask Dr. Jane is BACK! Are kids safe to go back to school?  Can you avoid vaccine shedding?  WHAT is being shed? Watch this new show NOW at https://stewpeters.com/! Visit our friends at Goldco! Call 855-706-GOLD or visit https://goldco.com/stew Prepare your family for famine and shortages by purchasing food through: https://heavensharvest.com/ Check out https://nootopia.com/StewPeters for help increasing your mental & physical strength to battle the deep-state's KRYPTONITE plot against Americans! Destress today, Stew crew sleep sound! Use promo code STEWPETERS10 at checkout for 10% off your order. http://www.magbreakthrough.com/stewpeters Magnesium is a Miracle Mineral, support the The Stew Peters Show and Don't Miss out on this Black Friday Special: Use Promocode STEWPETERS10  for an ADDITIONAL 10% Off. http://bioptimizers.com/stewpeters Check out: https://kuribl.com/ STEW20 for 20% off your order or premium CBD! CACOA is a super food, and may be the missing link to strength and happiness. Buy it now: http://earthechofoods.com/stew Trying to lose weight? It starts with your gut health. Get your metabolism back in order, cleanse with this protocol: https://gutcleanseprotocol.com/stew In order to be Stew's stronger soldier, you need to be well rested. Buy comfortable sheets, slippers, and pillows at https://www.MyPillow.com/stew use promo code STEW for major discounts! Support anti-vax activism, free clinic care, and MANLY products visit: https://Vaccine-Police.com Go Ad-Free, Get Exclusive Content, Become a Premium user: https://www.stewpeters.com/subscribe/ Follow Stew on Gab: https://gab.com/RealStewPeters See all of Stew's content at https://StewPeters.com Watch full episodes here: https://redvoicemedia.net/stew-full-shows Check out Stew's store: https://stewmerch.com

Gerald Celente - Trend Vision 2020
US Elections Democrats Vs Republicans, Crips And Bloods, Murderers And Thieves

Gerald Celente - Trend Vision 2020

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 18:10


The Trends Journal is a weekly magazine analyzing global current events forming future trends. Find out more here: https://trendsjournal.com Follow Gerald Celente on Twitter: http://twitter.com/geraldcelente Follow Gerald Celente on Facebook: http://facebook.com/gcelente Follow Gerald Celente on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geraldcelentetrends Follow Gerald Celente on Gab: http://gab.com/geraldcelente Copyright © 2022 Trends Research Institute. All rights reserved.

Crime in Sports
#328 - Gangs, Guns, Patriots & Prison - The Truculentness of Aaron Hernandez

Crime in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 203:33


This week, we look at one of the violent, aggressive, and disturbing individuals, to ever enter the NFL. And that's saying something. From his early, and ongoing gang ties, to the fact that he was pretty sure he could get away with anything. He almost did get away with anything, until the bullets started flying. His best friend accused him of shooting this friend in the eye, and he was tried for 3 different murders! His prison life was just as crazy, with fights, attacks, and eventually ending it all, in a horrific way, and leaving a few notes behind! Be too crazy for football, shoot your best friend over a minor disagreement, and be convicted for the murder of another friend, while being tried for two more murders with Aaron Hernandez!!Check us out, every Tuesday! We will continue to bring you the biggest idiots in sports history!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman Donate at... patreon.com/crimeinsports or with paypal.com using our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Get all the CIS & STM merch at crimeinsports.threadless.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things CIS & STM!! Contact us on... twitter.com/crimeinsports crimeinsports@gmail.com facebook.com/Crimeinsports instagram.com/smalltownmurderSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Flip Da Script Podcast
Hassan Campbell Episode Reupload

Flip Da Script Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 189:47


On The 213th Episode Of #FlipDaScriptPodcast The Dup sits down with Top Youtuber Hassan Campbell & for 3 hours they touch on a lot of topics, Hassan's issues with QUEENZFLIP, Bloods & their responsibilities, Kanye west, being from the Bronx & much more BUT IN THIS CLIP, Hassan & QF go at it about Charleston white Disrespect, Hassan apologizes to QUEENZFLIP but then gets into it about TI & his son, Queenzflip tells Hassan he's Wrong & it gets crazy from there #PRESSPLAY

Illiterate
All Quiet on the Western Front | how a WW1 story becomes about WW2

Illiterate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 29:20


The new film is epic and affecting, but what's the story behind the original book and film? What's been changed, and how did history overtake the with a true story in the lead-up to World War 2? It's all happening in real-time: let's learn! Evan and Taylor's projects: videos, go watch Evan's film work sign up, Taylor's weekly newsletter Contact: illiteratepod@gmail.com, email us @illiteratepod, reach out on instagram Extras: trailer, 2022 film trailer, 1930 film article, on the original book's creation Other similar episodes to check out…Jojo Rabbit, Da 5 Bloods, Harriet, The Plot Against America, Animal Farm, Catch-22

The Craig Silverman Show
Episode 120 - The Holly featuring Terrance Roberts and author Julian Rubinstein

The Craig Silverman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 119:52


Rundown -    Troubadour Dave Gunders and Craig talk current events - 03:34   "Billy B and the Fair Skinned Girl" by Dave Gunders - 18:56   Julian Rubinstein and Terrance Roberts - The Holly - 25:34   Terrance Roberts for Denver Mayor - 01:12:41   The Holly is an acclaimed book by Julian Rubinstein now made into a documentary which will be the featured film at the Denver Film Festival at the Ellie Caulkins' Theater.  https://denverfilmfestival.eventive.org/schedule/632dd69f686c180029ef4893   Julian Rubenstein returns after his fascinating first interview on Ep. 49 when we discussed his new book, The Holly. This page-turning true Denver Park Hill crime story is a court drama too. https://www.thecraigsilvermanshow.com/podcast/episode/3997d8e8/episode-49-denver-streets   The star of The Holly is former Bloods gang member terrance Roberts who explains why he joined a gang, how he beat his attempted murder rap in Denver, and the reasons he should be elected now to be Denver Mayor. https://www.terrancerobertsformayor.com/   We discuss relations between blacks and Jews in light of Kanye West and Donald Trump antisemitism controversies. Political violence is discussed with Roberts who led Geroge Floyd and Elijah McClain protests. Now, Roberts gives us behind the scenes insights.   Dave Gunders gets this excellent episode going with a song about crime at a Holly coffee shop named Billy B and the Fair Skinned Girl. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLoy0P2NdKo Show Troubadour and host gut react to the hammer attack on Paul Pelosi and the Musk takeover of Twitter.   The Craig Silverman Show - Every Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Colorado time

Faux Reel Podcast
The Holly with Julian Rubinstein & Terrance Roberts

Faux Reel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 57:13


THE HOLLY is the directorial debut from journalist and writer Julian Rubinstein. The film is based on his book, The Holly: Five Bullets, One Gun, and the Struggle to Save an American Neighborhood, which was a NYTime's Book Review Editors' Choice. At the heart of it is Terrance Roberts, an ex-member of the Bloods, who had since raised funds to open a youth center in his neighborhood, The Holly. Gang-member-turned-activist Terrance ends up shooting a man at a community event he organized focusing on non-violence. What unfolds is not black and white. The film reveals multi-level corruption in Denver's government, police force, and local media to weave narratives about gang violence in the city. In this episode, Dawn sits down with both journalist Julian Rubinstein and the film's protagonist, Terrance Roberts, to have an open conversation about what it means to participate in a documentary that is so revealing and intertwined with powerful and dangerous people, the role toxic masculinity plays in gang culture, and what we can all do to help better communities like The Holly. The conversation around who is ethically allowed to tell stories about various communities has come up in several episode of this podcast, and continues in this episode. The film premiered at Mountainfilm Fest where it won the Audience Choice award TW: Discussion around gun violence. Follow the film: Website Instagram Facebook Twitter

Bleach Bros Podcast
Law & Disorder - "Special" Podcast Unit

Bleach Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 60:41


This week, the guys welcome Retired NYPD and author Vic Ferrari to the podcast to talk about his time at the department, stories from his books, talk why crime dramas don't cut the mustard, and enjoy and Everlasting Book Shelf segment featuring true crime, mafia, and law enforcement titles.Vic was an excellent guest. We recommend checking out his books for yourself or even as a gift idea for a friend or relative. Check out his link on Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/Vic-Ferrari/e/B01IIQXLBC?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1666473267&sr=8-1Intro: Aaron from I HAD TO Say It Podcast (@ihadtosayitpod)Promo: The Hateful Gnome's Music Hut (@hatefulgnomepod) and Pubtime Podcast (@PubtimePodcast)Do you like Jerky? If so, purchase jerky from https://www.Jerky.pro and use code code 'bleachbros5' at checkout.For our socials, links, and streaming sites:https://www.linktr.ee/bleachbrospodcastFor exclusive Bleach Bros content:https://www.patreon.com/bleachbrospodJoin the conversation in our FREE Discord:https://discord.com/invite/BbYjgAGDH6Website:https://www.BleachBros.comBleach Bros Podcast is a Spreaker Prime podcast. To learn more, please visit:https://try.spreaker.com/prime-program/

Timesuck with Dan Cummins
318 - Bloods and Crips - America's Deadliest Gang Rivalry

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 155:07 Very Popular


Today we cover the formation of the infamous Bloods and Crips gang rivalry. How did it get started? Why did it begin in South Central Los Angeles in the late 1960s and early 1970s? The Crips were founded by two high schoolers named Raymond Washington and Stanley “Tookie” Williams, who formed an alliance to protect their neighborhoods from other young people who were harassing them. And then very quickly, gang violence escalated far beyond beating up other kids with your fists to  drive-by shootings, over 15,000 murders, and controlling much of the nation's drug trade. Hope you find all this info as interesting as I did. Bad Magic Productions Monthly Patreon Donation: This month we donated $15,029 to Guide Dogs for the Blind, with an additional $1,669 added to our Scholarship Fund! Guide Dogs for the Blind believes in connecting people, dogs, and communities to transform the lives of individuals with visual impairments.For more info - or to donate more yourself - please go to guidedogs.comGet tour tickets at dancummins.tv Get Scared to Death LIVE tickets at badmagicmerch.com  October  27th, 6P PST/9PM EST. True Tales of Hallow's Eve Horror TWO! Watch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/EC-YOxVduoIMerch: https://www.badmagicmerch.comDiscord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89vWant to join the Cult of the Curious private Facebook Group? Go directly to Facebook and search for "Cult of the Curious" in order to locate whatever happens to be our most current page :)For all merch related questions/problems: store@badmagicproductions.com (copy and paste)Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcastWanna become a Space Lizard?  Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcastSign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits.

TonioTimeDaily
I stay fully free at last from organized crime!

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 81:06


"Street gangs are gangs formed by youths in urban areas, and are known primarily for street fighting and gang warfare.[29] The term "street gang" is commonly used interchangeably with "youth gang", referring to neighborhood or street-based youth groups that meet "gang" criteria.[30] Miller (1992) defines a street gang as "a self-formed association of peers, united by mutual interests, with identifiable leadership and internal organization, who act collectively or as individuals to achieve specific purposes, including the conduct of illegal activity and control of a particular territory, facility, or enterprise."[31] Some of the well-known ones are the Black gangs like the Bloods and the Crips, also the Vice Lords and the Gangster Disciples. Other racial gangs also exist like the Trinitario, Sureños, Tiny Rascal Gang, Asian Boyz, Wa Ching, Zoe Pound, The Latin Kings, The Hammerskins, Nazi Lowriders and Blood & Honour." The DC gangs would play G-Funk and all music (the uncensored versions.) Link: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-funk. As a child, I was forced to be profane, mean, loud, aggressive, and violent by the DC gangs. I was strictly and only each of these adjectives when actual injustice was afoot. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

AIN'T THAT SWELL
Core Lords: Gerry Lopez and Stacy Peralta

AIN'T THAT SWELL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 78:43


Mister Pipeline, Gerry Lopez, and Mr Dogtown Z Boys, Stacy Peralta, join Ain't That Swell for a very special episode of Core Lords. Two of the most influential people in the history of surfing and skate culture have finally been united for the making Patagonia's, the Yin and Yang of Gerry Lopez, a biopic featuring Gerry Lopez. The film is directed by the legendary pro skater turned filmmaker, Stacy Peralta (Bones Brigade, Dogtown Z Boys, Lords of Dogtown Riding Giants, Crips and Bloods).   , See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Before They Were Famous
Spazz Drilly | Before They Were Famous | The Most Feared Bronx Drill Rapper

Before They Were Famous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 8:02


Before Spazz Drilly would become one of the deadliest drill rappers of all time, he was born Tabu Harris sometime in the year 2001. He grew up on the G-Side neighborhood of the Bronx which might be a small place, relatively speaking, but it sure does have a ton of violent gangs occupying its streets. After all, everyone from the Bloods, to the Crips, to the YGz claim a piece of turf somewhere in the area. It was on these tension-filled streets that Tabu began going by his earliest nickname, Spazz Jet, while repping the Blood Hound Brims – a Blood set that operates under the New York Brim Army. Back in the not-so-distant past, the Blood Hound Brims were one of the most vicious gangs in the city, but in 2019 they'd see a number of their members convicted on charges of racketeering, drugs, and weapons charges. Spazz joined their ranks sometime shortly before that around the age of 17 after already having earned himself a reputation as a hot-head around G-Side -- someone willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done. When his good-friend Dumb Out, aka Damien Gilbert – who Spazz not only grew up alongside but also reportedly once jumped Lil Tjay with -- invited him to officially become part of the Brims, Spazz was only all too happy to sign-up.

Entering Milford
Ep. 54 - The Winners Circle (and Mike)

Entering Milford

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 55:27


The Godfather of the Boom joins the show to discuss the Bloods' hot start, read text messages from Breen, and to blatantly emasculate Mike. 231 reasons to get excited about this one. A historic Week 5 recap is coming your way…. Tonight on Entering Milford! Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/j9dxrkHvpDQ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enteringmilford/support

Strive Seek Find
Bloods Lakes Hike: One perfect day.

Strive Seek Find

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 20:22 Transcription Available


Today you will ride along on a the best family hike of the summer:  The Bloods Lake's hike near Park City Utah.    Contact ChanceSupport the show

Plot Twist
Kevin 'KG' Garry and Sam Campbell

Plot Twist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 51:44


This week Tom meets two stars of the hilarious paramedic comedy, Bloods – Kevin 'KG' Garry and Sam Campbell – who play the duo Darryl and Darrell. Aside from acting, both are forces on the UK stand-up circuit, and in fact, Sam has just returned from Edinburgh Fringe after winning the coveted award for Best Comedy Show. And it shows. We couldn't have prepared for this interview – it's disruptive, random and full of plot twists. Expect stories about including Jane Horrocks table tennis serve, a covert alien invasion, and Timothy Spall's ability to method act as a moustache. We can't guarantee everything is true.All episode of Bloods are available to stream on NOW. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Creator to Creator's
Creator to Creators S4 Ep 5 Khalil La'Marr

Creator to Creator's

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 28:45


Khalil La'Marr is a multi-talented actor, stuntman, dancer, and singer. Born and raised in Detroit, MI. He a loving father of 3 wonderful children (Amariana Ariel 20, Javion La'Marr 9, and Saraiya Sol La'Marr 5). After discovering his passion for entertainment at the age of 18, Khalil began acting in stage plays, later pursuing dancing, singing, and most recently, securing roles in films. His industry-renowned talents can be seen in various blockbuster films such as Step Up Revolution, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: End Game, Marvel's Luke Cage, and Stomp the Yard 2, with his work in Avengers: Endgame and Black Panther earning him two Screen Actors Guild Awards. Khalil was also the official stunt double for the late Chadwick Boseman's final movie, Da 5 Bloods, and is currently involved in the filming of the TV series, Black Lightning. Most recently, Khalil danced with The Weeknd during his show-stopping Super Bowl LV halftime show.With a strong connection to his community and an intrinsic passion for giving back, Khalil is also dedicated to helping those who are underprivileged, homeless, or disadvantaged in whatever way he can. With this in mind, Khalil founded R.E.B.O.R.N (Relive and Evolve Beyond our Respectful Normalities), a program that gives those struggling a second chance at life. Khalil is currently working on a number of upcoming film and television projects including The Suicide Squad, The Underground Railroad, and The Harder They Fall, all set for release in 2021.

Casting for Two Podcast
Bloods Returns

Casting for Two Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 26:00


"If it bleeds, we can have an excellent jam session with it!" This was the quote when our guest was first on the podcast for episode 379! Please give a warm 485EP welcome from Sydney, Australia, from the band "Bloods" Marihuzka Cornelius, AKA MC! Be sure to pick up the new album "Together Baby" out now!

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.09.22 *Season Premiere* Sampled & AMPED with Dan Lloyd

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 125:47


As broadcast September 22, 2022 with plenty of your boy Roy to keep you company.  Tonight we open with the old and new from one of our absolute heroes in Roy Ayers, who just was part of Kyoto Jazz Massive's first album in 19 years!  We also funked up the first hour with tons of favorites in Joan As Police Woman, Arjuna Oakes, Serebii, Surprise Chef, and Devon Gilfillian amongst a slew of others.  For hour 2, you know the drill as Dan Lloyd brings the heat with our AMPED rock weekly, showing off the good, the bad, and the ugly in rock for this week's season opener.  Great tunes from The Beths, Editors, and Meat Wave being highlights although a huge miss from Placebo covering a Tears For Fears classic is thrown in to sabotage the works and finish the show strong & oh so wrong!  Enjoy!#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Roy Ayers – Running AwayKyoto Jazz Massive feat Roy Ayers – Get Up (DJ Kawasaki 45 edit)Brandi & The Alexanders – Where You BelongObject Heavy – Righteous WalkDevon Gilfillian feat Janice – Sugar QueenArjuna Oakes & Serebii – Flavour Part II (33:31)Calibro feat Joan As Police Woman – The Ballad of Sacco & VanzettiSurprise Chef – IconoclastsKutiman feat Dekel – Always Be AloneThe Harlem Gospel Travelers feat Aaron Frazer – Help Me To UnderstandRudy De Anda – CariñoMiles Davis – Katia (Full Studio Session) Part III (67:30)Smashing Pumpkins – BeguiledEditors – VibeThe Beths – Head in the CloudsSports Team – DigThrice – Open Your Eyes and Dream Part IV (97:33)Bloods – RadicalMeat Wave – 10kThe Garden – OC93White Lung – Date NightGogol Bordello – Blueprint (Fugazi cover)Placebo – Shout (Tears for Fearscover) 

True Bloods
THE GRAND FINAL TRILOGY OF PODCASTS Episode 3- The Grand final preview!, Lets actually go!!! Featuring Bloods great Peter Bedford & Father of Tom, Mick Hickey!

True Bloods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 56:17


Deebs, Mads and Noah preview the huge Grand Final Clash against the Cats featuring Swans graet Peter Bedford and father of Tom Hickey, Mick Hickey. Lets Go Bloods!!!!!!

Ditch the DadBod
DadBod Rant # 524 The BAMs on Bloods!

Ditch the DadBod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 26:46


Knowledge is power and as we age, it's great to know our numbers and understand whats' going on inside as well as in the mirror!

True Bloods
THE GRAND FINAL TRILOGY OF PODCASTS- Episode 1 The post Prelim finals win social segment.

True Bloods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 78:12


Deebs and Mads get through all of voice notes post prelim win over the Pies. Gee wizz we love a little bit of social engagement! Get excited Bloods fans. We are in the Bloody Grand Final!!!

The Big Send
Your Team Won Steve (Passionate Wank)

The Big Send

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 87:53


Episode 135 feat. Adam, SMac and Taylor. Come send it with the boys, as we discuss, The mighty Bloods, Serena, Leo DiCaprio, Jacked comedians, Louis CK, Cranking, Pulling out, Not getting away with murder, Dusty Martin's hands, Roberta Williams, Hasbulla, The kinky carjacking, Yoga instructors, Tom Brady sunning his butthole, and much more... Please forward all complaints to: bigsendbigchat@gmail.com

American Times
Chadwick Boseman's Howard University 2018 Commencement Speech

American Times

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 26:59


Chadwick Aaron Boseman (/ˈboʊzmən/; November 29, 1976 – August 28, 2020) was an American actor. During his two-decade career, Boseman received two Screen Actors Guild Awards, a Golden Globe Award, a Critics' Choice Movie Award, and a Primetime Emmy Award, among other accolades. He was also nominated for an Academy Award.After studying directing at Howard University, Boseman began his career in theatre, winning a Drama League Directing Fellowship and an acting AUDELCO, along with receiving a Jeff Award nomination for his 2005 play Deep Azure. Transitioning to the screen, his first major role was as a series regular on the NBC drama Persons Unknown (2010) and he landed his breakthrough performance as baseball player Jackie Robinson in the 2013 biographical film 42. He continued to portray historical figures, starring as singer James Brown in Get on Up (2014) and as attorney Thurgood Marshall in Marshall (2017).Boseman achieved international fame for playing the Marvel Comics superhero Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) from 2016 to 2019. He appeared in four MCU films, including an eponymous 2018 film that earned him an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. As the first black actor to headline an MCU film, he was also named in the 2018 Time 100. Boseman's final performance as the character in the Disney + anthology series What If...? (2021) earned him a posthumous Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance.In 2016, Boseman was diagnosed with colon cancer. He kept his condition private, continuing to act until his death in 2020 from the illness. His final film, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, was released posthumously the same year to critical acclaim, earning him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama. Boseman also received four nominations at the 27th Screen Actors Guild Awards for his work in Da 5 Bloods and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, the most for a performer at a single ceremony, winning Male Actor in a Leading Role for the latter.

The Pod Charles Cinecast
I'm out for Dead Presidents to represent me

The Pod Charles Cinecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 95:10


This week on The Pod Charles Cinecast, presented by The Prince Charles Cinema, our hosts Jonathan Foster and Fil Freitas hit rock bottom in our next episode in our WAR, WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?... HOLLYWOOD MOVIES! We find ourselves sticking around the Vietnam War, with one of the more underrated films about the subject, while also being one of the more underrated crime films of all-time, that focusses on one of the more underreported issues of the war – the treatment of Black soldiers both during and after the war. Where does such a crossover of war and heists exist? None other than the Hughes Brothers' DEAD PRESIDENTS (1995)! Starring the likes of Larenz Tate, Chris Tucker, Keith David, Bokeem Woodbine, N'Bushe Wright, and appearances from Terrence Howard and Apocalypse Now star Martin Sheen, this follow-up to the Hughes' groundbreaking debut Menace II Society showcases the grim life for a young black man who returns home from Vietnam to no hope for a brighter future. With his back against the corner, he resorts to a heist that goes terribly wrong. Much like Spike Lee's recent film Da 5 Bloods, this movie is based on Wallace Terry's book "Bloods: An Oral History of the Vietnam War by Black Veterans", particularly the story of Haywood T. Kirkland (aka Ari S. Merretazon). Join us, as we uncover this less told story of Vietnam, that features brilliant acting, a killer soundtrack, a score by Danny Elfman, violence, heists, PTSD, The Sopranos connections and more... If you enjoy the podcast, leave a Rating and Review! It really helps us out! As always, you can follow the Podcast on https://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast) and https://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast) If you'd like to Support the Podcast and get Bonus Content, visit: https://www.patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast) This Podcast is produced by http://princecharlescinema.com/ (The Prince Charles Cinema) and http://breadcrumbscollective.com/ (The Breadcrumbs Collective)

The Brewer's Lab
"Tribes & Tribulations"

The Brewer's Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 95:49


In this episode of TBL Ryan & Russell interview Antong Lucky of Urban Specialists. Antong founded the Dallas chapter of the Bloods after his neighborhood was repeatedly attacked by the Crips. He soon found himself in prison where he rediscovered his love for learning and his heart to lead people down a redemptive path and toward a better future.Antong recently released his autobiography- "A Redemptive Path Forward" which can be found anywhere books are sold. Connect with Antong:@antongspeaks (on most social platforms)Visit their HQ or to be a part of upcoming outreach events!Urban Specialists is located at:1401 Botham Jean Boulevard Dallas, TX 75215UrbanSpecialists.orgConnect with Ryan & Russell:  TheBrewerSlab@gmail.com

The Rush Hour with MG & Liam
FULL INTERVIEW | Bloods Co-Captain Luke Parker Talks Swans & AFL Finals

The Rush Hour with MG & Liam

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 4:19


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Kultur – detektor.fm
The Sister – Vergraben, Chef's Table: Pizza, Bloods

Kultur – detektor.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 5:10


In der Mini-Serie „The Sister – Vergraben“ kommt ein dunkles Geheimnis ans Licht, in der Doku „Chef’s Table: Pizza“ teilen Köchinnen und Köche ihre Leidenschaft für Pizza und in der zweiten Staffel von „Bloods“ warten auf zwei ungleiche Rettungskräfte neue Einsätze in London. >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/kultur/was-laeuft-heute-the-sister-vergraben-chefs-table-pizza-bloods

Puppies and Crime
Folge 132 - Fataler Irrtum

Puppies and Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 76:31


Es ist der morgen des 14 September 2009 an der Red Bank Middle School und die 5. Klasse wartet auf das Erscheinen ihrer Lehrerin Jonelle Melton. Minuten vergehen, dann Stunden, ohne dass die sonst so zuverlässige Lehrerin ihre Klasse empfängt. Als man schließlich bei ihr zu Hause nach dem Rechten schauen möchte, stellt man fest das Jonelle Opfer eines grausamen Verbrechens geworden ist. Die Ermittler sind ratlos. Die am Tatort gefundenen Hinweise scheinen ins nichts zu führen, Jonelles Ex-Mann hat ein Alibi und andere Verdächtige lassen sich nicht ausmachen. Es wird Jahre dauern bis sie schließlich Licht ins Dunkel bringen können und einen schrecklichen Irrtum aufdecken. Inhaltswarnung: Explizite Gewalt, Gangkriminalität, Alkohol SHOWNOTES Empfehlungen: Amanda Promising young woman auf WOW Marieke Women in the picture von Catherine McCormack SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: Puppiesandcrime https://www.instagram.com/puppiesandcrime/?hl=de Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PuppiesandCrime Email: puppiesandcrime@gmail.com ------- G ---------

Grease The Wheels Podcast
Episode 209: Improving Your Work Environment

Grease The Wheels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 81:57


On this week's (correctly uploaded) episode of Grease the Wheels, we dive into improving the work environment in the shop. At the top of all mechanics lists: having working equipment - lifts, tire machines, alignment racks, that stuff! The first article we examine is “20 ways to improve your work environment from Indeed, and in reality only about 4 of them work for us as Auto Mechanics. Obviously climate controls matter way more when you are up and moving, so where you shop is and what climate controls they have make a big difference. How does music affect the work environment in your shop? Does ritualizing your routines help you get into work flows faster?  Is there such a thing as too much light in a shop? We also get into the D.I.N. or otherwise known as why personal injury lawyer's aren't a thing in Germany. Also Uncle Jimmy accidentally re-enacts Delroy Lindo's monologue from ‘Da 5 Bloods' while describing the smell of a shop. This episode is distributed by The Wrenching Network. Whether you're a technician, a mechanic, or someone who just loves the car scene, The Wrenching Network is a place that you have to check out. They have all sorts of great content, gear, and snacks to keep you turning wrenches in whatever capacity you do it. Also if you see us over there, make sure you say hi and leave a comment with what you think about the episode!

Textual Deviants
The Bloods Trials by N.E. Davenport

Textual Deviants

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 107:58


Textual Deviants is back and better (read: rustier) than ever! In our much anticipated return to our textual roots, we tackle a listener suggestion, The Blood Trials by N. E. Davenport and from us to y'all, Mrs. Davenport might have just ate! Don't let the stunning cover or description fool. This is no YA novel, more like Adults ONLY! We follow Ikenna, our protagonist, (and fellow vaguely Naija gyal!) as she tries her best to figure out who killed her grandfather in the novel with a sci-fi/fantasy landscape. To make matters worse, the only way she will be able to figure it out is to pledge to participate in the Praetorian soldier (blood) trials, in order to get closer to the people she believes ordered the hit. Even worse? She has to manage to hide her blood gifts all while desperately trying to remain alive herself.Dive into Ikenna's world of the Mareenians and Khanaians with us as we discuss this weeks book deviation, The Blood Gifts by N.E. Davenport!

The Rush Hour with MG & Liam
FULL INTERVIEW | Swans Gun Dane Rampe Discusses The Impact Of The New Generation Of Bloods

The Rush Hour with MG & Liam

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 5:26


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THE REAL AMERICAN CHOLO
Skipp Townsend- Black and Brown Discussion

THE REAL AMERICAN CHOLO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 66:27


Skipp Townsend, is a 58 year old American gang expert and former documented Bloods gang member for over 27 years from Los Angeles, California. Townsend was raised in South Los Angeles, Townsend is the co-founder and executive director of 2nd Call, a gang intervention non-profit, and board member of the Southern California Cease Fire Committee.

The Christian Post Daily
Biden's Student Loan Cancellation, School Boards Flip Conservative in Florida, Costi Hinn's Church Plant

The Christian Post Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 7:33


Candidates opposed to critical race theory captured a majority of seats in at least five Florida counties Tuesday.Hillsong Church Australia suffered significant drops in both giving and church attendance in 2021.The Biden administration has announced a plan to forgive student loan debt for people from middle class and lower income households, in an effort to fulfill a campaign promise.Bestselling author Jerry B. Jenkins has said that watching The Chosen series is not supposed to be a substitute for studying the Bible and going to church.Subscribe to this Podcast Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Overcast Get the Edifi App Download for iPhone Download for Android Subscribe to Our Newsletter Subscribe to the Freedom Post, delivered every Monday and Thursday Click here to get the top headlines delivered to your inbox every morning! Links to the News Anti-CRT candidates flip school board majorities across Florida | Politics News Hillsong Australia suffers drop in giving, attendance: report | Church & Ministries News Elder convicted of killing wife | U.S. News Biden announces $10,000 student loan cancellation plan | Politics News The greatest commandment has guided my politics Former Alabama church secretary admits to embezzling $209K | U.S. News Jerry B. Jenkins: 'Chosen' series not a 'substitute' for church | Entertainment News Inside Costi Hinn's growing Arizona church plant | Church & Ministries News How a former Bloods gang member is leading people to Christ | Living News

The Rough Cut
The Rough Cut: Crips & Bloods - 8/23/22

The Rough Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 65:53


House of the Dragon breaks HBO records -  Updates on Ezra Miller -  Ferris Bueller spin off and Wizard of Oz remakes? -  Side Character Spin Offs we need 

Midnight Train Podcast
The Most Dangerous Gangs; Part One of...

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 132:56


Patreon... because you want to support our goofy asses www.patreon.com/accidentaldads  So thank you to a beautiful and wonderful listener, we decided to do an addendum to our top police stings and follow it up with the top most dangerous mobs/gangs of all time.  La Cosa Nostra One of the biggest threats to American civilization from organized crime is the Cosa Nostra, sometimes referred to as the "Mob" or the "Mafia," which sprang from the Sicilian Mafia. The term "La Cosa Nostra," used by the US government, and "Cosa Nostra" by its members literally translates to "this thing of ours" or "our thing." This international organization of criminals, made up of many "families," is committed to combating crime and defending its members. These organized and major racketeering activities are being carried out by these crime families or groups, which are connected by kinship or by conspiracy. A wide range of illicit activities, including as murder, extortion, drug trafficking, government corruption, gambling, infiltrating lawful enterprises, labor racketeering, loan sharking, prostitution, pornography, tax fraud schemes, and stock manipulation are also engaged in by them. The Cosa Nostra is most prevalent in the urban areas of New York City, New England, and portions of New Jersey, Philadelphia, Detroit, and Chicago. The Bonanno, Colombo, Gambino, Genovese, and Lucchese families are among the prominent ones in the New York City region. Sometimes, members and associates of one La Cosa Nostra family collaborate with members of other La Cosa Nostra families to carry out joint criminal activities.   Within these families, members collaborate on "crews" that are commanded by a "capo" or "captain," who is in charge of overseeing his crew's illicit actions and offering them assistance and safety. The crews are made up of trusted outsiders known as "associates" and "made" members known as "soldiers." An associate must be of Italian heritage, have proven their capacity to make money for the Family, and have shown a willingness to use violence in order to become a "made member" of the Family. The three highest-ranking members who manage the Family are the Boss or Acting Boss, the Underboss, and the Consigliere, or advisor. Cosa Nostra has its origins in Italian organized crime, although it has existed as a distinct organization for a long time. It still collaborates with many criminal organizations with Italian headquarters today in a variety of illicit operations.    Labor racketeering, in which it attempts to dominate, manage, and control a labor movement in order to have an impact on associated businesses and industries, is one of its main sources of income, power, and influence. Organized criminal organizations may profit greatly from labor unions, particularly their pension, welfare, and health funds. The mafia tries to regulate these schemes by giving businesses "sweetheart" contracts, cordial worker relations, and weak work regulations, or by manipulating union elections. Large cities like New York, Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, and Philadelphia that have robust industrial bases and labor unions tend to be the epicenters of labor law infractions. Additionally, there are several organized criminal characters in these cities. Labor racketeering costs the American public millions of dollars annually through increased labor expenses that are ultimately passed on to consumers, according to many FBI investigations.   In order to investigate potential violations of labor law, the FBI collaborates closely with other governmental organizations and uses methods such as electronic surveillance, covert operations, use of secret sources, and victim interviews. The passing of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) in 1970 was the one event that helped more than anything else to deter organized crime. The agencies were able to work more effectively as a result of this action because they could target the entire corrupt organization rather than incarcerating individuals who might simply be replaced by other members or affiliates of organized crime.   The first known Sicilian Mafia member to immigrate to the United States was Giuseppe Esposito. After assassinating 11 rich landowners, the chancellor and vice chancellor of a Sicilian province, and six other Sicilians, he escaped to New York. In 1881, he was detained in New Orleans, Louisiana, and then sent back to Italy.    The nation's first significant Mafia event occurred in New Orleans. Police Superintendent David Hennessey of New Orleans was executed on October 15, 1890. Numerous Sicilians were detained, and 19 were ultimately charged with the crime. An acquittal spread allegations of widespread corruption and scared witnesses away. On March 14, 1891, a group of angry New Orleans residents formed a lynch mob and murdered 11 out of the 19 defendants. Eight managed to flee, nine were shot, and two were hanged.   As different gangs gained and lost power throughout the years, the American Mafia changed. The Black Hand gangs in the early 1900s, the Five Points Gang in New York City in the 1910s and 1920s, and Al Capone's Syndicate in Chicago in the 1920s were a few of the earliest.   The Italian Mafia factions started fighting during Prohibition for exclusive control of lucrative bootlegging networks. They struggled for dominance of bootlegging alongside Jewish and Irish ethnic gangs. By the conclusion of the decade, two Italian organizations were competing for dominance of the nation's criminal underworld. Joe Masseria, the head of the Genovese criminal family, oversaw one gang, while Salvatore Maranzano, who oversaw the Bonanno crime family, oversaw the other. The deadly Castellammarese War, which raged from February 1930 to April 15, 1931, was the result of the rivalry's escalation. When Charles "Lucky" Luciano, Masseria's senior soldier, and Salvatore Maranzano planned to have Masseria assassinated, the battle came to an end.   Maranzano eventually rose to prominence as the nation's most powerful Mafia leader, referring to himself as "Boss of Bosses." Maranzano designed the organization's code of conduct, set the conflict resolution processes, and split New York City into five families. Charles "Lucky" Luciano was designated as the leader of the Genovese family, as it eventually came to be known.   Maranzano's leadership position would, however, be transitory. Maranzano preferred to exclusively associate with Sicilians and upheld the traditions of the purported "Old World Mafia '' by refusing to cooperate with non-Italians. Younger Italian organized crime figures like Luciano believed that limiting their business dealings to Italians would restrict both the development of their individual careers and the possible expansion of their criminal empires. As long as there was money to be made, these men—known as the "Young Turks''—wanted to deal with Irish and Jewish gangsters.   Marazano quickly saw Luciano as a threat and gave the order to kill him. On September 10, 1931, Marazano was murdered by a group of mobsters at his office in the New York Central Building when Luciano learned about the scheme.   In order to prevent future Mafia battles, Lucky Luciano formed "The Commission," a coalition of five Mafia families of similar magnitude, with the aid of his lifelong buddy, Meyer Lansky. Vincent Mangano, Tommy Gagliano, Joseph Bonanno, and Joseph Profaci served as the commission's other leaders. After then, this panel made decisions about all organized criminal activity throughout the 1930s. The leaders of the Chicago Outfit and the Five Families of New York City reportedly still make up the Commission.   The organized crime groups quickly diversified into new businesses after Prohibition ended in 1933 because they were unable to maintain the high profits they had made throughout the 1920s. These new businesses included labor racketeering through the control of labor unions, construction, loan sharking, extortion, protection rackets, sanitation, transportation, prostitution, and drug trafficking.   In Las Vegas, Nevada's legal casinos by the 1950s, numerous Mafia leaders had made legitimate investments and were skimming money before it was recorded. It is assumed that the sum was in the hundreds of millions of dollars.   For years, the Mafia operated in secrecy with little opposition from the law because local law enforcement authorities lacked the tools or expertise necessary to successfully confront organized crime perpetrated by a covert organization they were unaware even existed.   It wasn't until 1951 that a U.S. Senate investigation concluded that this country was home to a "sinister criminal organization," subsequently known as La Cosa Nostra. Six years later, in the little upstate New York hamlet of Apalachin, The New York State Police discovered a gathering of important La Cosa Nostra officials from all across the nation. Numerous guests were taken into custody. The incident served as the impetus for altering how organized crime is combated by law enforcement.   Joe Valachi, the first Mafia member to turn state's evidence in 1963, divulged extensive details about the organization's inner workings and trade secrets. After then, the National Crime Syndicate of the Mafia was aggressively attacked by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Although the Mafia came under additional pressure as a result, its illegal operations were not significantly reduced.   However, the Nevada State Legislature's passage of a measure in 1969 that made it simpler for companies to run casinos caused the Mafia's power in the Las Vegas economy to start to decline. A year later, the RICO Act was approved by the US Congress, giving law enforcement extra power to go after the mafia for its criminal operations. By the start of the 1980s, the FBI had achieved success when it was able to free Las Vegas casinos from Mafia rule and made a concerted effort to weaken the Mafia's grip on labor unions.   23 mafia bosses from all throughout the country were found guilty of violating the RICO statute between 1981 and 1992. By 1990, almost 1000 members of criminal families had been found guilty. While many Mafia organizations around the nation were severely damaged, the most powerful families continued to control crime in their regions.   The Mafia has persisted in engaging in a wide range of illicit operations into the twenty-first century, including extortion, government corruption, gambling, infiltration into lawful firms, labor racketeering, loan sharking, and more. Today, Chicago and the Northeast still account for the majority of its operations.   La Cosa Nostra's organizational structure has not altered since the 1930s, and Cosa Nostra has operated for more than a century in a variety of guises.   Camorra Mafia   Now We talked about the American Mob, and we hear about them a lot, so let's talk about the True Italian Mafia, The Camorra.   Due to that gang's effect on American organized crime, the term "Mafia" has come to symbolize all forms of organized crime in popular culture. However, that phrase is really the name of the organized criminal gang rooted in Sicily, according to Mafia historian Umberto Santino's study of Mafia and Mafia-type groups in Italy. The 'Ndrangheta, from Calabria, the Sacra Corona Unita, from Apulia, and the Camorra, from Campania, the area that includes the city of Naples, are further "Mafia-type" groups.   The history of the Camorra is "particularly discontinuous," according to Santino. Despite having origins that may go as far back as 15th-century Spain, sources like Britannica claim that the organization first rose to prominence in the 19th century. Santino, however, claims that the organization's current form dates back to the late 1950s, when local criminal organizations in Campania started using the term "camorra." In the 1960s, these organizations expanded and became increasingly effective at smuggling cigarettes.   In this decade, they also forged advantageous relationships with a number of Neapolitan Mafia factions, which in the 1970s led to the development of profitable black market drug trafficking. However, there is one key distinction between the Cosa Nostra, sometimes known as the Mafia, and the Camorra. While the Mafia has a top-down, pyramidal structure of authority, the Camorra has a more dispersed system of small organizations, or "clans," that hold power. The Camorra has found success with its organizational structure, and as a result, is currently more powerful than the Sicilian Mafia.   According to Santino, the Camorra has 7,000 members spread throughout its 145 clans. The Camorra is the most prosperous and feared criminal gang in Italy thanks to its domination over the trafficking in narcotics including cocaine and heroin. The Independent published a story in 2006 about an Italian author named Roberto Saviano who wrote a book that revealed a few more details about the Camorra than the gang would have wanted. He had excellent reason to worry for his life. "This sprawling network of criminal gangs, according to [Saviano]," wrote reporter Peter Popham, "now dwarfs both the original Mafia of Sicily, the 'Ndrangheta and southern Italy's other organized gangs, in numbers, in economic power and in ruthless violence."   The New York Times reported that Saviano's book Gomorra was a "literary sensation" that sold more than 500,000 copies, but it also resulted in death threats and compelled him to go into hiding because it depicted gang violence, drug trafficking, child soldiers, and other aspects of the Camorra's business that the gang would prefer to keep hidden from the outside world. Aspects like the rampant government corruption, which causes trash to pile up in the streets car-high, or the fact that the Camorra has killed much more people recently than the Sicilian Mafia and made Campania one of the most deadly regions in Europe.   Sicily is where the Mafia that we know and admire today originated. They first appeared at some time in the late 19th century, and over the next 150 years or so, they expanded all over the world and became involved in just about everything. It has long been a mystery how this highly ordered system came to be, but new study from the University of Nottingham suggests that it all began with lemons.   Sicily discovered they had the ideal mixture to develop a lucrative crop in the late 1800s. Despite having the greatest concentration of lemon trees in all of Italy, they also faced a particular set of issues. Lemon farmers eventually turned to hiring their own private protection firms to protect their investment and themselves because of factors such as a wealthy upper class that exploited the peasant class to the fullest, a glaring lack of public law enforcement, and a government that really wasn't keeping the peace. Add a few more elements now: Sicily's location on a key Mediterranean trade route, the rapidly expanding citrus industry, and the demand for private security forces to safeguard interests make it the ideal location for the Mafia to establish itself.   Don Calo Vizzini was at the head of the Villalba Mafia during World War II, and he may have said it best. He was quoted by the University of Nottingham paper as saying, "In every society there has to be a category of people who straighten things out when situations get complicated. Usually they're functionaries of the state. Where the state is not present, or where it does not have sufficient force, this is done by private individuals."   The roots of the Camorra have speculated that it originated from a secret 12th century organization of assassins.   The Beati Paoli were a Sicilian group that originated in the 12th century; no one knows why they were given that name, although it's presumably religious in nature. The tale claims that they formed in response to the persecution of the aristocratic class, and the majority of what we know comes from Francesco Maria Emanuele, Marquis of Villabianca. They not only attracted each and everyone to their cause, but they also created a hierarchy akin to a royal court. From there, they set up security services, employed themselves as paid killers, and... well, secrets prevent us from knowing what else. Since they obviously had an underground hideout, we do know that it was accessible through the crypt of a Palermo church.   There are even reports that the Camorra had a lot to do with helping the allies sabotage Mussollini in World War 2. Much information was originally written up as German control and sabotage during this time but many years after, with arrests of many members, documents were found that showed that the Camorra and other factions helped screw over Ol' Mussollini.   Crips   The Crips were only a social group, as one Original Gangster (OG) put it, and by most accounts, he is right (Kontos 99, 2003). While there are numerous uneven areas throughout the turbulent history of the Crips, there are also recurring themes. However, unlike the violent, frequently fatal incidents connected with the Crips, which are frequently portrayed with dramatic exaggeration, the genuine components of the narrative do not make for riveting television. Many OGs and gang members have voiced their shock and disappointment at how the Crips have been portrayed, while still admitting the group's flaws and its final transition from activism to gangsterism. Debra Addie Smith, a close friend of the founder of the Crips, once expressed that she “was wondering when someone was gonna finally tell the real story about the Crips”.   The Black Panther movement was being dismantled by the police, who were making "mass arrests, incarcerations, and deaths of black teenagers by the police," which led to the formation of the Crips, a grassroots group mostly made up of African-Americans. The CRIPS (Community Resources for Independent People) emerged in South Central Los Angeles, California, in 1969 with a message of resistance and justice during a period of despair and pessimism within the black community, following the ultimate dissolution of the Black Panther movement. Raymond Washington, a "fearless and strong 5-foot-8 fireplug who liked to fight and detested guns," is credited with founding the gang. He finally distanced himself and was killed as the Crips started using guns and formed a feud with the Bloods.   Stanley Tookie Williams met Raymond Lee Washington in 1969, and the two decided to unite their local gang members from the west and east sides of South Central Los Angeles in order to battle neighboring street gangs. Most of the members were 17 years old. Williams however appears to discount the sometimes-cited founding date of 1969 in his memoir, Blue Rage, Black Redemption. In his memoir, Williams also refuted claims that the group was a spin-off of the Black Panther Party or formed for a community agenda, writing that it "depicted a fighting alliance against street gangs—nothing more, nothing less." Washington, who attended Fremont High School, was the leader of the East Side Crips, and Williams, who attended Washington High School, led the West Side Crips.   Williams recalled that a blue bandana was first worn by Crips founding member Buddha, as a part of his color-coordinated clothing of blue Levis, a blue shirt, and dark blue suspenders. A blue bandana was worn in tribute to Buddha after he was shot and killed on February 23, 1973. The color then became associated with Crips.   By 1978, there were 45 Crip gangs, called sets, in Los Angeles. They were heavily involved in the production of PCP, marijuana and amphetamines. On March 11, 1979, Williams, a member of the Westside Crips, was arrested for four murders and on August 9, 1979, Washington was gunned down. Washington had been against Crip infighting and after his death several Crip sets started fighting against each other. The Crips' leadership was dismantled, prompting a deadly gang war between the Rollin' 60 Neighborhood Crips and Eight Tray Gangster Crips that led nearby Crip sets to choose sides and align themselves with either the Neighborhood Crips or the Gangster Crips, waging large-scale war in South Central and other cities. The East Coast Crips (from East Los Angeles) and the Hoover Crips directly severed their alliance after Washington's death. By 1980, the Crips were in turmoil, warring with the Bloods and against each other. The gang's growth and influence increased significantly in the early 1980s when crack cocaine hit the streets and Crip sets began distributing the drug. Large profits induced many Crips to establish new markets in other cities and states. As a result, Crips membership grew steadily and the street gang was one of the nation's largest by the late 1980s. In 1999, there were at least 600 Crip sets with more than 30,000 members transporting drugs in the United States.   Funny side note: As of 2015, the Crips gang consists of between approximately 30,000 and 35,000 members and 800 sets, active in 221 cities and 41 U.S. states. The states with the highest estimated number of Crip sets are California, Texas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. Members typically consist of young African American men, but can be white, Hispanic, Asian, and Pacific Islander. The gang also began to establish a presence in Canada in the early 1990s; Crip sets are active in the Canadian cities of Montreal and Toronto.   Bloods   The Bloods gang was first established in Los Angeles as a defense against the Crips. The Pirus street gang, which was initially a group of the Crips, split out during an internal gang battle, united with other minor gangs to create the gang that would later become known as the Bloods, which is where the Bloods' origins and their rivalry with the Crips begin. At the time, there were three more Crips sets than Bloods sets. Despite this disparity in numbers, Bloods sets became more aggressive, especially towards rival Crips members, in an effort to demonstrate their dominance. Therefore, it is believed that the Pirus were the original Bloods founders. The gang's concentration changed to drug manufacture during the emergence of crack. The United Blood Nation, a gang that started out on Rikers Island, is frequently associated with blood sets on the East Coast.   The George Motchan Detention Center (GMDC), often known as C 73, is located on Rikers Island and is home to the United Blood Nation, also known as the Bloods. Problem offenders were separated from the rest of the jail facilities using GMDC. The Latin Kings were the most prominent and well-organized gang in the NYC jail system before this time. The majority-Hispanic Latin Kings were violently abusing White and occasionally African American prisoners. These African American prisoners created a defense organization they named the United Blood Nation after being organized by some of the most aggressive and charismatic prisoners. This prison group, United Blood Nation, was copying the Bloods street gangs in Los Angeles. Eight initial Blood sets were formed by many of the leaders of this freshly formed prison gang to recruit in their local communities around New York City.   By 1996, the Blood street gang had grown to include thousands of members and was becoming one of the most powerful gangs in existence. It also kept up a regular recruiting push. The Bloods were at this point less organized and more vicious than other gangs. Numerous slashings (attacks with a razor blade or knife) that were recorded during robberies were later determined to be Bloods initiations. The Bloods' signature ceremony was the Blood ritual. Bloods found recruits all throughout the East Coast.   In addition to members of other races and ethnicities, African Americans make up the majority of the Bloods. Early adolescence to mid-twenties is the average age of members, however some continue to retain leadership roles well into their late twenties and, on occasion, their thirties. Although there is no one person who can be identified as the Bloods' national leader, each individual Bloods set has a hierarchical leadership structure with distinct degrees of membership. Status within a gang is indicated by these membership levels. Each set is managed by a leader, who is often an older person with a longer criminal history. A fixed leader is not chosen; instead, he or she exerts themselves through creating and overseeing the gang's illicit businesses, using their reputation for brutality and violence as well as their own charisma to do so. The majority of the cast members are "soldiers," and they range in age from 16 to 22. Because of their readiness to use violence to win the respect of gang members and to deal with anybody who "disrespects" the set, soldiers have a strong feeling of dedication to their set and are very dangerous. Although they are not full members, "associates" participate in a variety of illegal acts and identify with the gang. If any women are involved in the gang, they are often associate members and are frequently employed by their male counterparts to carry guns, store narcotics, or engage in self-prostitution in order to support their group.   The surroundings of a recruit frequently affects recruitment. Bloods actively seek for school-age African Americans in particularly impoverished regions. Youth might find security and a sense of belonging by joining a gang. Economically deprived children who observe the trappings of gang life—gold jewelry, cash, pricey sportswear—can likewise experience instant satisfaction.   Based on how long a person has been a part of a certain set, blood sets have an informal hierarchy of levels.   The ranks are only a symbol of respect for individuals who have been a part of the set the longest and have survived the longest; they do not indicate leadership or domination over the set. Bloods of lesser ranks are not subject to those in positions of authority. Bloods of lesser status frequently refer to Bloods of higher rank as "Big Homies." They also call one another "relatives." Once a person joins a Blood set, they cannot quit the set or flip (move to another set) for the rest of their lives.   Members of the Bloods frequently refer to themselves as dawgs or ballers, HKs (an initialism for Hoover-Killer), CKs (an initialism for Crip-Killer), and MOBs (an initialism for Member of Bloods) (meaning drug dealers). Contrary to popular belief, Bloods & Crips are typically friendly amongst sets. Although it is against the law, bloods sometimes engage in civil war with one another. For example, the deuce 2x Crips and tray 3x Crips are at war, and they frequently work with Crip sets to eliminate their fellow blood competitors.   The many gang indicators used by Bloods members to distinguish themselves from other gangs include colors, attire, emblems, tattoos, jewelry, graffiti, language, and hand signals. Red is the gang's primary color. They like donning athletic attire, such as team coats that display their gang's colors. San Francisco 49ers, Miami Heat, Atlanta Hawks, Houston Rockets, Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, Portland Trailblazers, Cleveland Indians, Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Clippers, New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia 76ers, and Chicago Bulls are a few of their favorite clubs.   The most commonly used Bloods symbols include the number “5,” the five pointed star, and the five pointed crown. Despite common misconception Bloods are not a people nation (with the exception of a few) but they will however tie flags with the people for defense or mutually such as how the Crips & BGDs consider themselves cousins. These symbols may be seen in the tattoos, jewelry, and clothing that gang members wear as well as in gang graffiti, which is used by the Bloods to mark their territory. Such graffiti can include gang names, nicknames, declaration of loyalty, threats against rival gangs, or a description of criminal acts in which the gang has been involved. Bloods graffiti might also include the word “Piru” which refers to the fact that the first known Bloods gang was formed by individuals from Piru Street in Compton, California. Yakuza   During the Tokugawa Shogunate (1603–1868), two distinct groups of outcasts gave rise to the yakuza. The tekiya were the first of such groups; they were nomadic peddlers who moved from village to village selling cheap things at fairs and markets. Many tekiya belonged to the burakumin social class, which was essentially underneath the four-tiered Japanese feudal social order and consisted of misfits or "non-humans."   The tekiya started forming close-knit gangs in the early 1700s under the direction of bosses and underbosses. The tekiya began to engage in customary organized crime operations including turf battles and protection rackets after being strengthened by fugitives from the upper classes. In keeping with a long-standing custom, tekiya frequently provided security for Shinto festivals and, in exchange for payment for protection, assigned stalls at the associated fairs.   Between 1735 and 1749, the shogun's government appointed oyabun, or officially recognized leaders, in an effort to quell gang conflicts among various tekiya factions and lessen the amount of fraud they engaged in. The oyabun was given the privilege of using a surname and carrying a sword, which was previously reserved for samurai. The term "oyabun," which refers to the bosses' roles as the leaders of their tekiya families, literally means "foster parent."   The bakuto, or gamblers, were the second social group that gave rise to the yakuza. During the Tokugawa era, gambling was outright prohibited and is still outlawed in Japan today. The bakuto hit the highways and preyed on gullible prey using hanafuda card games or dice games. They frequently adorned their bodies with vibrant tattoos, which gave rise to the practice of full-body tattooing among modern yakuza. The bakuto naturally expanded from their primary line of work as gamblers into lending shady business and other illicit pursuits.   Depending on how they make the majority of their money, certain yakuza groups may still refer to themselves as tekiya or bakuto. They still use the rites that were a component of the initiation ceremonies of the older organizations.   Yakuza gangs have seen a rise in prominence since the end of World War II following a decline during the conflict. More than 102,000 yakuza members in 2,500 different families were reported to be employed in Japan and overseas by the Japanese government in 2007. Despite the burakumin being officially exempt from discrimination since 1861, many gang members today are descended from that marginalized group. Others are ethnic Koreans, who are also subjected to a great deal of prejudice in Japanese society.   The distinctive characteristics of modern yakuza culture bear traces of the gangs' antecedents. For instance, a large number of yakuza have full-body tattoos that were applied with conventional bamboo or steel needles as opposed to sophisticated tattooing guns. Even the genitalia may be tattooed, which is a very unpleasant ritual. Although they typically wear long sleeves in public, the yakuza members frequently take their shirts off while playing cards with one other and show off their body art as a reference to the bakuto customs.   The practice of yubitsume, or cutting off the little finger's joint, is another aspect of yakuza culture. When a yakuza member disobeys or otherwise offends his boss, he will perform a yubitsume as an apology. The offender provides the boss with the top joint of his left pinkie finger, which he has amputated. Subsequent offenses result in the loss of other finger joints.   This practice dates back to the Tokugawa era; the gangster's sword grip is weakened by the loss of finger joints, theoretically making him more reliant on the group as a whole for defense. To blend in, many yakuza members wear prosthetic fingertips today.   The three biggest yakuza organizations currently in existence are the Sumiyoshi-kai, which started in Osaka and has about 20,000 members, the Yamaguchi-gumi, centered in Kobe, with 15,000 members, and the Inagawa-kai, located in Tokyo and Yokohama, with 20,000 members. The gangs engage in illegal activities such the trafficking of people and goods, the exportation of weapons, and the smuggling of illegal drugs. They do, however, also own a sizable amount of stock in well-established companies, and some of them are well-connected to the Japanese financial, banking, and real estate industries.   It's interesting to note that the Yamaguchi-gumi were the first to assist victims in the gang's hometown after the tragic Kobe earthquake of January 17, 1995. Similar to this, many yakuza organizations delivered truckloads of goods to the afflicted area following the earthquake and tsunami of 2011. The yakuza also has the strange benefit of suppressing small-time criminals. Because small-fry thieves don't intrude on yakuza turf, Kobe and Osaka, with their strong yakuza syndicates, are among the safest cities in an overall safe country.   The Japanese government has clamped down on the gangs in recent decades despite these unexpected social benefits of the yakuza. A strong new anti-racketeering law known as the Act for Prevention of Unlawful Activities by Criminal Gang Members was passed in March 1995. All of the listed businesses with ties to the yakuza were removed from the Osaka Securities Exchange in 2008. Yakuza bosses have been detained by authorities since 2009, and businesses that support the gangs have been closed down.   Even though the police are currently working very hard to quell yakuza activities in Japan, it appears improbable that the syndicates would completely vanish. After all, they have endured for more than 300 years and are intricately linked to many facets of Japanese society and culture.   Mara Salvatrucha(MS-13)   La Mara Salvatrucha, also referred to as MS-13, is a ruthless, inhumane street gang. As many as 40 states in the United States are now home to MS-13 members who commit murder, rape, maiming, and terror. Legendary tales exist of their heinous crimes.   No one contests the veracity of these statements. MS-13, like many street gangs, actually takes pride in its well-deserved image. The U.S. Department of Justice claims that the group's motto is "kill, rape, control."   If you believe President Donald Trump and others, America's broken immigration system is to blame for MS-13. The belief is that the United States will be a lot safer if it can stop MS-13 gang members from committing all of their mayhem, deport them, and stop them from crossing the border.   Unfortunately, things don't work that way.   "Attention to gangs is valid. About 13 percent of the homicides in this country are gang related. That's far more homicides than from mass shootings or terrorism," David Pyrooz, a sociologist at the University of Colorado who specializes in gangs and criminal networks, says. "But let's remember this. The maximum number of homicides associated with MS-13 in a given year — gang-related homicides — is about 2 percent of the total ... gang-related homicides in the United States. That is, I hate to use this language, but that is in many ways a drop in the bucket when it comes to gang activity."   "MS-13 is sort of the perfect boogeyman," Pyrooz says. "They are the moral panic; the connection to immigration, the connection to Latinos, and then the heinous violence, makes it so they can function as this evil boogeyman."   It's frequently forgotten in discussions of MS-13 that the organization didn't start out in Latin America and then storm the border to wreak havoc on the American way of life.   The gang was founded in the United States in the 1970s. El Salvadoran immigrants went to Los Angeles in an effort to escape a devastating civil conflict. There, they lived in areas of the city that were already under the influence of other gangs, used marijuana, and listened to heavy metal music. La Mara Salvatrucha was created when the newcomers came together to socialize and to defend themselves from other groups.   A brief explanation of the group name is as follows: In El Salvador, the word for "gang" is "mara." Here is an explanation of "Salvatrucha" and the subsequent 13 (again, from the DOJ):   Salvatrucha is a slang term for "alert," "watch out," or "cunning," and it combines the terms "Salva," which stands for "Salvadoran," and "trucha." The "13" stands for the 13th letter of the alphabet, or "M," signifying the group's ties to the Mexican Mafia, an organization that operates inside prisons.   Police started to crack down as the new gang confronted more established organizations in Los Angeles and linked up with other gangs (including the Mexican Mafia), deporting some members to El Salvador, where civil instability remained rife.   However, some of those MS-13 members returned to the United States in the 1980s, and others from El Salvador joined them. However, it seems unlikely that there was a premeditated influx of gang members from Latin America into the country.   "Criminal migration is real," according to "MS13 in the Americas: How the World's Most Notorious Gang Defies Logic, Resists Destruction," a report by The Center for Latin American & Latino Studies at American University in Washington D.C., and Insight Crime, a foundation that studies organized crime in Latin America and the Caribbean. "But this does not appear to be part of a master plan, nor is it coordinated from some central headquarters. Gang members appear to move in the same patterns as the rest of the population, and many of them move to escape the gang and the violence associated with it."   Currently, MS-13 claims to have 10,000 members in the United States and 30,000 members worldwide. Thus, it ranks among the largest gangs in the entire world. The group is the first and only street gang to be listed as a global criminal organization by the American government.   Despite its size, MS-13 does not have a particularly significant criminal presence in the United States when compared to the total number of gang members in the nation. The National Gang Intelligence Center estimates that there are 1.4 million gang members nationally, and MS-13 is just one of the 33,000 gangs that the FBI has identified.   "What's interesting about them, what makes them different from other groups — partly in response to what the president has been tweeting and talking about them" Pyrooz says, "we can't think of an example in recent history of a single group that has attracted such attention on a national level."   According to news reports and those who have investigated the MS-13 gang, its members engage in money laundering, prostitution, drug trafficking, racketeering, and other illicit activities. They are extremely brutal in how they do their street business. The group has been implicated in numerous violent assaults, kidnappings, rapes, and most infamously, some horrifying murders.   "Gang violence is far more lethal than what it was four or five decades ago," Pyrooz says.   From "MS-13 in the Americas": "Violence is a major part of the glue that binds the MS-13. It is part of every stage of an MS-13 member's life: Potential members commit violent acts to be considered for membership and ultimately to gain entry; they are then beaten into the gang in a ritual that has left more than one permanently scarred; they move up the gang ladder by 'putting in the work' and showing 'commitment,' euphemisms for committing violent acts in the name of the gang."   According to the Washington Post, up to 10 MS-13 members lured a guy into a park in Maryland in 2017 before stabbing him more than 100 times, beheading him, and chopping out his heart. In vengeance for her boyfriend's murder, an 18-year-old Virginia lady admitted to taking part in the killing of a 15-year-old girl. The 18-year-old killed the younger girl by stabbing her 13 times and recorded it to show MS-13 leaders.   "It's hard to say that the attention is not undue or not deserved," Pyrooz says. "But it's hard to be able to focus specifically on them without paying more attention to what the problem of gang activity is in the United States as a whole." The 25 Best Gang Movies of All Time - IMDb

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AFL Daily
AFL Daily Sunday Special - Isaac Heeney ahead of his 150th game

AFL Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 17:37


Josh Gabelich goes one-on-one with Isaac Heeney ahead of his 150th game this weekend against Collingwood. The Swans blonde bombshell grew up in Newcastle, a rugby league convert to Australian rules football. He is the poster boy of the Bloods and discusses his on-field role, mixing between the midfield and the forward line. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
[Full episode] Jully Black, Clarke Peters, Bettye LaVette, Stephanie Fisher

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 67:52


Canadian singer-songwriter Jully Black looks back on her journey in music and how her mom shaped the artist she is today. Actor Clarke Peters talks about Spike Lee's Vietnam War film Da 5 Bloods and how little has changed for Black Americans today. Singer-songwriter Bettye LaVette reflects on her career and her latest album Blackbirds — a compilation of songs made famous by Black women. Video game researcher Stephanie Fisher tells us how the University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection — one of the largest collections of video games in North America — could inspire more diversity and equity in the video game industry.

Victorian Legacies
Episode 32- Manon Burz-Labrande - The Circulation of Penny Bloods and Penny Dreadfuls

Victorian Legacies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 55:01


In this episode I'm joined by Manon Burz-Labrande, who researches into the circulation of penny bloods and penny dreadfuls. We talk about how her research looks at how there are issues around canonicity, due to many publications being hidden still, meaning we return to the 'classics' . We observe how there were different ways of circulation beyond publishing, and how contemporary sources like Henry Mayhew reported on this. This leads to the different ways of consuming stories, communal reading, giving and lending books, and oral storytelling traditions. About my guest: Manon Burz-Labrande is a doctoral researcher and lecturer at the University of Vienna, Austria. Specialising in Victorian popular literature and culture, her PhD focuses on the exploration of the concept of circulation in and of the penny bloods and penny dreadfuls, through a literary and cultural analysis of their literary content, the discourses they triggered in nineteenth-century criticism, their place in the Victorian literary landscape and their circulation into Neo-Victorian fiction. She has written articles and reviews for Victorian Popular Fictions Journal, Polysèmes, Revenant Journal and Wilkie Collins Journal, entries for the Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women's Writing (ed. Lesa Scholl), and two chapters in upcoming edited collections on Victorian popular fiction. Her broader research interests include sound studies and the Gothic, and in 2021 she co-edited a special issue for Short Fiction in Theory & Practice entitled “More than Meets the Ear: Sound & Short Fiction.” She is also the managing editor of the forthcoming London's East End: A Short Encyclopedia, edited by Kevin A. Morrison (McFarland, 2022). For more information on Manon's work, check out the details below:https://manonburzlabrande.com/Spectral Sounds: Unquiet Tales of Acoustic Weird (part of British Library Tales of the Weird) - out in September 2022Check out Manon's suggestions:Vivian Shaw - Strange PracticeAmbrose Perry - The Way of All FleshE.S. Thomson - Beloved PoisonEpisode Credits:Episode Writer, Editor and Producer: Emma CatanMusic: Burning Steaks (by Stationary Sign) - obtained via EpidemicSoundCheck us out at the following social media pages and websites!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/victorianlegaciespodcastTwitter: @victorianlegac1Instagram: @victorianlegaciespodcastWebsite: https://emmacatan.wordpress.com/victorian-legacies-podcast/Email: victorianlegacies@gmail.com

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.07.14 Sampled & AMPED with Dan Lloyd

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 122:32


As broadcast July 14, 2022 with plenty of belateds for your birthday wishes.  Tonight we kick off wishing happy birthday to the one and only Leon Bridges, then we have a lot of sweet new soul cuts from all over to taste test, with new joints from Loyle Carner, Buscabulla, fika, and many more to taste test for your summer barbecue.  Dan Lloyd joins us in hour two and give us a little hint as to what's new, what's coming out for albums, and what drama you should be keen to in the rock world for this week.  Black midi, The Chats, Sorry, and many others to bang it out to terminus.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Khruangbin & Leon Bridges – C-SideWILSN – Tell MeMadone – Swan Karate Boogaloo feat Danielle Ponder – Little BitLoyle Carner – HateOrions Belte – how long is…cold pizza good for (Live at Ostmarkseteren)Part II (34:00)Elia y Elisabeth – Descripcion (Tu) (Buscabulla rework)Brijean – Caldwell's WayStefan Mahendra feat fika – Orbit Sessa – Irmao de NuvemEl Michels Affair – Cold & Clean (inst.)Rick Wade – Funky One (Alexxei & Nig remix) Part III (62:05)Silversun Pickups – Scared TogetherBlack midi – Sugar/TzuViagra Boys – Big BoyThe Chats – I've Been Drunk in Every Pub in BrisbaneBloods – Take AimHoly Fawn – Dimensional Bleed Part IV (93:22)Jawbox  - GripThe Cult – Give Me MercyNo Devotion – StarlingsInterpol – Gran HotelSorry – Let the Lights On…And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead – Millenium Actress ft Amanda Palmer