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Part of a city in which members of a minority group live

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Hot Sauce the Podcast
Episode 542

Hot Sauce the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 78:27


The Bathroom Meth Edition. The NFL Playoffs are finally here. College basketball is starting to heat up. Colorado libraries are chock full of meth. The robbing male prostitute who parks his bicycle at the bus stop. Plus, S**t Movie of the Week, Throwback Album of the Week, Flowering Givings, Underated, Top Five, and much more!  

Troubled Men Podcast
TMP226 JAMES "12" ANDREWS MAKES THE SCENE

Troubled Men Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 68:41


The quintessential New Orleans trumpet player and singer, along with brother Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, comes from a long line of musicians going back to Louis Armstrong’s band and the early days of jazz in the city. Shepherded as a youth by grandfather Jessie “Ooh Poo Pa Doo” Hill and brass band mentor Danny Barker, he grew up around Fats Domino as well as Allen Toussaint and Dr. John, who produced and played on his debut record, “Satchmo of the Ghetto.” His exploits in the penthouses of the elite and recent soiree with visiting French president Macron haven’t spoiled him. He still gets down and dirty with the Troubled Men. Topics include the new year, pedicures, a slouch alarm, technology, recent deaths, dinner conversation, playing for George Bush, Dooky Chase, school days, the brass band revival, Tamborine and Fan, hustling tourists, tap dancing, a lucky number, a prior meeting, eating squirrel, Prince La La, a hotshot, the Lastie family, sage advice, being nice, Kevin O’Day, the Crescent City All Stars, private parties, a miniature kangaroo, a petting zoo, a new festival, and much more. Intro music: "Just Keeps Raining" by Styler/Coman Break and Outro Music: "I Bet You A Dollar" and "Ghetto Funk Music (featuring Big Chief Monk Boudreaux)" from "The Big Time Stuff" by James Andrews Support the podcast: Paypal or Venmo Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s T-shirts & tanks here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podcast Instagram Iguanas Tour Dates René Coman Facebook GR8 ESCAPE BAKING COMPANY Promo Code:TROUBLED15 James Andrews Facebook

Luv Meesh the Podcast
Think and Grow Rich By Napoleon Hill

Luv Meesh the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 22:42


Hey Luv ♥️ ........and Welcome to the “LUV MEESH Podcast”

Und dann kam Punk
99: Mia (OIRONIE) - Und dann kam Punk

Und dann kam Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 162:57


Christopher & Jobst im Gespräch mit Mia. Wir reden über Ost-Berlin in den Nach-Wendezeit, 13 Jahre Platte und nix dazu gelernt, bißchen punkige Eltern, Igel-Schnitt, erste Schallplatte Dead Kennedys, ein Pullover der Ärzte, Barbie-Schrank & Smarties-Tasse, viel Plattenbau und n schöner Bahnhof, „Ghetto 1“ und „Ghetto 2“, evtl. weniger Sozialneid, im Mob in der Stadt unterwegs sein, die sogenannten Baseball-Schläger-Jahre, Wut & Hoffnung, Skinheads mit langen Haaren, fehlendes Bewusstsein für Genderrollen, laut sein, die Gruppe ZOG, Dog Shit Sandwich aus Schottland, Antifa & Ironie, Haus Sonneck, Troopers & Moiterei in Braunschweig, das Ficken 3000, Studium mit Stipendium, nicht freiwillig in Indien sein, hinreisen um Pflaster zu probieren, Schlägerei mit der kompletten Flugzeugbesatzung, dealen mit den ALG2-Leuten, betrügen um an Geld zu kommen, Diebstahlsgeschichten, die Gründung von Oi!ronie, Band als Familienersatz, verschiedene Oi-Szenen, Video-Dreh zu „Bier & Pfeffi“, gut RTL2 können, Gilmore Girls, veganes Würzfleisch, fleischige Sachen gestapelt auf Toast mit Käse & Bratensoße, Kickboxen, Hausprojekte, glücklich alt werden, uvm.

Conversations with Jay
The Ghetto Flower Interview | iLLSOUND Radio

Conversations with Jay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 36:58


The Ghetto Flower on Their Beginning, Helping Artist, Delivering Value + More | iLLANOiZE Radio

The Roogoodoo Podcast
Ghetto Twins

The Roogoodoo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 33:36


Episode 040 of the Roogoodoo Podcast is a very sensitive topic plaguing the community that we like to call Ghetto Twins! The math is simple on this one. Two or more women + 1 man + bad timing = ROOGOODOO! #Roogoodoo #Podcast #Caribbean #DemManSay #GhettoTwins@TheRoogoodooPodcast https://linktr.ee/roogoodoopodcast

Hot Sauce the Podcast
Episode 541

Hot Sauce the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 67:52


The Up To No Good Edition. Who will be the next College Football Champions. The Bills are the Charlie Brown of the NFL. Hey baby, hold my beer. Married at first poisoning. Plus, S**t Movie of the Week, Throwback Album of the Week, Flower Givings, Top Five, and much more! 

CISM 89.3 : Ghetto érudit
Ghetto érudit : 01/07/2023 19:30

CISM 89.3 : Ghetto érudit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023


Émission de culture hip-hop, Ghetto Érudit incarne la dichotomie vivante de ses créateurs et de ses nombreux collaborateurs depuis 2006. Avec Bbrain (Benoît Beaudry) à l'animation et Da (Louis-David Anzueto) derrière la console, le show le plus mong en ville a comme mandat de faire découvrir les artistes émergeants d'ici et d'ailleurs tout en respectant les classiques de ce genre musical. La rotation des chroniqueurs invités Goofy Welldone, Olivier Brault, Malika Desrosiers, Maxime Robin et Anzoo s'ajoute à cette dose de mongness hebdomadaire !

Buddhismus im Alltag - Der tägliche Podcast - Kurzvorträge und meditative Betrachtungen - Chan - Zen

Copyright: https://shaolin-rainer.de Bitte laden Dir auch meine App "Buddha-Blog" aus den Stores von Apple und Android. Ein Kind verhält sich wie die, die es erzogen haben! Wie erziehen wir unsere Kinder, was glauben wir, wie unsere Handlungen von Kindern aufgenommen werden? Wir alle, die Gesellschaft, erziehen Kinder, nicht „nur“ die Eltern oder die Schule, Erziehung ist eine wirklich große Aufgabe für die Allgemeinheit. Jedoch verschlechtert sich das „soziale“ Klima in Deutschland (und wahrscheinlich überall), der Umgang miteinander wird feindselig, geprägt von Kälte und Herzlosigkeit. Was werden sich Kinder denken, wenn sie im Fernsehen Krieg, Mord und Totschlag, Gewalt und Sex, als Dauerzustand sehen? Und was sagt diese Entwicklung über uns, die sog. „Erwachsenen“, aus? Wir „Erwachsenen“ haben den inneren „Kompass" verloren, die Welt ist auf einem sehr bedenklichen Weg. Immer häufiger lese ich von Konflikten, Chaos, Aufständen, und jetzt gibt es auf dem Planeten „Erde“ erneut mehr Kriege; die Zahl der Kriegstoten steigt extrem. Welches Bild vermittelt diese Gesamtsituation an Kinder? Ich behaupte: Die nächste Generation wird noch herzloser, noch egoistischer werden, als die jetzige es schon ist. Anstand und Ehre werden immer weiter aus dem Vokabular verschwinden, ganz so, wie wir es den Kindern gerade vorleben. Kinder sehen uns als Vorbilder an. Und was sind wir doch für schlechte Beispiele. Die Idole der neuen Generation sind schießwütige „Gangster“, das „Ghetto“ wird idealisiert, geliefert wie bestellt sozusagen! Wenn wir wahren Frieden in der Welt erlangen wollen, müssen wir bei den Kindern anfangen- Mahatma Gandhi - Indischer Rechtsanwalt - 1869 bis 1948 Aber es scheint mir, dass „Frieden“ zur Zeit nicht wirklich gewünscht wird, eine bedenkliche Form von Fatalität macht sich unter den Menschen breit, über alle Schichten und Klassen, alle in meinem Umfeld haben ein langes Gesicht, sind schwer unzufrieden, und machen sich große Sorgen. Diese Stimmung kann jederzeit in Gewalt umschlagen, aus dem Gefühl heraus dass alles sowieso „schlecht“ ist wächst das Verlangen, alles kurz und klein zu schlagen. Die heutigen Kinder wachsen in schweren Zeiten auf!

Luv Meesh the Podcast
Taxes are illegal, and they know it

Luv Meesh the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 51:16


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weiter lesen
Dinçer Güçyeter "Unser Deutschlandmärchen"

weiter lesen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 51:59


Der Schriftsteller Dinçer Güçyeter hat seinen ersten Roman geschrieben: „Unser Deutschlandmärchen“ (Mikrotext Verlag) - ein eigenwilliges, poetisches, politisches Buch, mit Herz, Humor und Haltung. Güçyeter schreibt mit enormer Formen- und Stimmenvielfalt über seine deutsch-anatolische Familie, über Herkunft und Ankunft, Arbeiten und Ankommen, über Suchen und Sehnsucht. Über seine Mutter Fatma, die sich das Leben in Deutschland anders vorgestellt hatte, und über sich selbst, der noch mehr wollte als den Blaumann, der Gedichte schrieb, einen Verlag gründete (Elif Verlag) und zum Theater ging. Dinçer Güçyeter wurde 1979 in Nettetal am Niederrhein geboren. 2022 hat er den wichtigsten Lyrikpreis gewonnen, den Peter-Huchel-Preis, für seinen Gedichtband „Mein Prinz, ich bin das Ghetto“. Am Mikrofon: Anne-Dore Krohn und Thorsten Dönges

Luv Meesh the Podcast
Last Name and it's History 4

Luv Meesh the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 49:13


Hey Luv ♥️ ........and Welcome to the “LUV MEESH Podcast”

Dee N Antonio
Ep. 124: Is Black Products Ghetto?

Dee N Antonio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 60:38


Happy New Year's to everybody for the DNA crew. This week we discuss why brands that black people like get labeled as ghetto. We discuss brands designed specifically for black people such as fubu, rocawear, Sean John, and etc. But also brands that black people started wearing that became labeled as ghetto such as Uggs.

Daily Funny Word History

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Luv Meesh the Podcast
Last Name and it's History 3

Luv Meesh the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 61:06


Hey Luv ♥️ ........and Welcome to the “LUV MEESH Podcast”

Hot Sauce the Podcast
Episode 540

Hot Sauce the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 96:08


The Peabo Edition. Bowl season in full effect. The NFL Playoffs are taking shape. It can get dangerous at a Little Ceasars. Domestic violence and Christmas Trees. Plus, S**t Movie of the Week, Throwback Album of the Week, Flower Givings, Top Five, and much more! 

What the Riff?!?
1969 - July: The Easy Rider Motion Picture Soundtrack

What the Riff?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 31:01


The cult classic film Easy Rider was released this month.  A landmark counter culture movie, the film traces the journey of Wyatt and Billy as they make their way on motorcycles from a successful drug deal in Los Angeles to the Mardi Gras festival in New Orleans.  Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, and Terry Southern wrote the film, and it stars Fonda, Hopper, and Jack Nicholson.  Dennis Hopper directed the movie.  Originally the plan was for Crosby, Stills & Nash to do all the songs on the soundtrack.  When the editor plugged in contemporary songs as placeholders, the sound convinced Dennis Hopper to reverse this decision.The Easy Rider Soundtrack was crafted with contemporary late 60's music, and stands out as an excellent example of the music of the counterculture.  Each piece used in the movie was curated with the idea of maintaining the story.  Wayne brings us this forerunner of prog rock and heavy metal. Don't Bogart Me by Fraternity of ManPsychedelic and blues rock band the Fraternity of Man would have their biggest hit with this song.  It recommends generosity with illicit smoking materials.  This song originally appeared on their self-titled debut album in 1968 before being included in this soundtrack.Ballad of Easy Rider by Roger McGuinnBob Dylan was an uncredited contributor on this song.  The Byrds front man Roger McGuinn performed this as a solo work.  It was the only song originally written for this film, and appeared on one of McGuinn's albums later.The Weight by The BandThis song chronicles the experience of a visitor to Nazareth, Pennsylvania, even though much of its influence is from the American South.  Nazareth is the home of Martin guitars, and that is why the lyrics transfer to that location.  Licensing could not be gained for the soundtrack even though it was used in the film, so a group called Smith was used for the soundtrack instead of The Band.Born To Be Wild by SteppenwolfSteppenwolf's most successful single appeared on their debut album in 1968 before being used in "Easy Rider."  Many consider it to be the first heavy metal song, and the lyric "heavy metal thunder" contributes to that.  This song would be used as a motorcycle anthem from this time on. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Wasn't Born to Follow by The Byrds (from the motion picture “Easy Rider”)Yes, we get to do a little double dipping with our entertainment track this week. STAFF PICKS:Put a Little Love in Your Heart by Jackie DeShannonRob opens this week's staff picks with a song that hit number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, and it was used in the film "Drugstore Cowboy."  Jackie DeShannon is best known for the song, "What the World Needs Now is Love."  DeShannon also wrote "Betty Davis Eyes" for Kim Carnes.In the Ghetto by Elvis Presley Brian brings us The King with a poignant song about a child from the dirt street part of town.  Writer Mac Davis was inspired by the story of a friend who grew up in poverty.  Elvis completely identified with this song because of his impoverished upbringing.I Can Sing a Rainbow/Love Is Blue by the Dells Bruce's staff pick is a cover medley of Sing a Rainbow, best known in its 1955 rendition by Peggy Lee, and Love is Blue, originally a French song best known as an instrumental easy listening piece by Paul Mauriat that was a number 1 hit in March of 1968.  the Dells hit number 22 on the US charts with this version during the height of their success between 1966 and 1973.I'd Rather Be an Old Man's Sweetheart by Candi Staton Wayne features a soul hit from Muscle Shoals.  This is Staton's first hit, rising to number 9 on the R&B charts, and number 46 on the pop charts.  Staton is known as the "First Lady of Southern Soul."  "I'd rather be an old man's sweetheart than a young man's fool."  INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:A Boy Named Sue by Johnny CashCash released this novelty song telling the story of a boy who had to grow up tough after his absentee father left him with the name of Sue.

The Yellow Podcast
Healing is Ghetto, But God is Good

The Yellow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 66:16


This episode is all about the healing journey. Enjoy this wholesome conversation between our host EK and guest Iamjallure, digital creator and influencer. ♫Music By♫ ●Kronicle - Chill Noons - https://open.spotify.com/artist/5GSFv...●Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/the-chemist-10 Follow us on Instagram @theyellowpodcast Follow our host EK @Kemxvi Follow our guest @iamjallure Visit our website www.theyellowproject.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theyellowpodcast/message

Luv Meesh the Podcast
Last Name and it's History 2

Luv Meesh the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 66:35


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Luv Meesh the Podcast
Last Name and it's History

Luv Meesh the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 35:53


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Things Police See: First Hand Accounts
Stories of A Ghetto Cop - Inglewood, CA Police

Things Police See: First Hand Accounts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 89:04


Merry Christmas and happy New Year! Some absolutely crazy stories from Inglewood, CA! Dave Carrasquillo went from the Marines to the Inglewood PD.  His expierences are incredible and intense!  Support the show by joining the Patreon community today! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27353055           -Video of the interviews           -Vinyl TPS logo sticker           -Patron Shoutout            -Exclusive posts and direct messaging to Steve   Shop Merch / Subscribe / be a guest / Contact  www.thingspolicesee.com Join the FB community!  https://www.facebook.com/thingspolicesee/ Background consultation - Ken@policebackground.net

On the Holocaust - Yad Vashem
Leyb Goldin's race against starvation in the Ghetto: a Yad Vashem Podcast [On the Holocaust]

On the Holocaust - Yad Vashem

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 38:14


In August 1941, a young writer, Leyb Goldin, sat down to write about his day, struggling to survive in the Warsaw ghetto. This short piece of reportage, described as “a first person account of a man slowly dying of hunger”, is extremely powerful in portraying the terror of starvation, and perhaps deserves a place up there with some of the famous works of holocaust literature.Featured guest: David Roskies, Professor of Yiddish Literature and Culture at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.

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Into America
Christmas, But Make it Black

Into America

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 38:33 Very Popular


Black Christmas music is a genre of its own. From originals like “All I Want for Christmas is You,” to our spin on the so-called classics, these songs have become a staple in Black households. In the spirit of the holiday season, Trymaine sits down with music industry veteran Naima Cochrane to take us on a deep dive into some of the best and most influential Black Christmas songs of all time. We get into Whitney Houston's take on “Joy to the World,” James Brown's “Santa Claus Go Straight to the Ghetto,” and more!And, we get the back-story on “This Christmas” from Nadine Scott McKinnor, the writer behind the Donny Hathaway classic.Follow and share the show on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, using the handle @intoamericapod.Thoughts? Feedback? Story ideas? Write to us at intoamerica@nbcuni.com.For a transcript, please visit msnbc.com/intoamerica.For More:Naima's Christmas Playlists: Baby Jesus, Bells, and Bodyrolls, Jazzy Holiday, & Soulfulass Christmas And check out the Into America playlist on Spotify

Brown Honey Podcast
Dear Mama, Grief Is Ghetto

Brown Honey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 14:53


Hey honey, it's been four long months since we buzzed in. If you've been keeping up with me online you know that my mommy passed away after a long battle against breast cancer on August 6, 2022. And if I haven't learned anything else in these last four months, I learned that GRIEF IS GHETTO! One minute you feel like it's the 1st of the month when your check and stamps hit, next minute you're barely getting by on a hope and prayer to make it to the next day... being that she left me here, I need you to listen to my letter to her... Dear Mama, Grief is ghetto.... Come get me :/ Xoxo, Asia J. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brownhoneypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brownhoneypodcast/support

Nobody’s Talking Podcast
Episode 118: Happy Birthday Joe!

Nobody’s Talking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:33


We are back at Joe's house for the podcast and his birthday bash. We discuss the differences between "The Hood" and "The Ghetto"...or are they the same? The drinkers on the show give their favorite drink of choice.  Long live the club days. Remembering the clubs of yesteryear. So, sit back and listen to story time with Joe!!!

Kiezmenschen
Tomas Benakovic, Kindheit in der Hans-Albers-Klause

Kiezmenschen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 69:28


Tomas Benakovic (48) ist als Unternehmer, Filmproduzent und Gastronom in der ganzen Welt unterwegs. Dabei begann seine „Geschäftstüchtigkeit“ damals auf dem Schulhof. Mit „vom Laster gefallenen“ Jeans, die er an Mitschüler vertickte. Da war „Tomi“ gerade mal 14 Jahre alt. Seine Kindheit geprägt von Kneipe, Milieu und Jugendgang. Aber auch von Zusammenhalt und der Liebe seiner Oma und Mutter. Sein Weg führt ihn immer wieder zurück zu seinen Wurzeln. Dieses eine, tiefe Gefühl – das hat er nur auf St. Pauli. „Du kannst aus dem Ghetto, aber dein Ghetto nicht aus dir. Ich bin und bleibe Kiez“, sagt der Mann mit dem akkurat gestutzten Bart und den nach hinten frisierten Haaren. Er ist Inhaber der „Hans-Albers-Klause“ an der Friedrichstraße. Dem Ort seiner Kindheit. Tomas berichtet von seinen ersten Erinnerungen an die Klause. Von seiner alleinerziehenden Mutter und Stammgästen, die sich liebevoll um ihn kümmerten. Er taucht ein in den Kiez seiner Kindheit. Kleine Geschäften rund um die Wohnung an der Talstraße, kreidebleiche Drogenabhängige auf dem Schulweg, Huren, Luden und Betrunkene. Er berichtet von dem großen Zusammenhalt auf dem Kiez und seiner „Ghetto-Romantik“. Von skurrilen Begegnungen auf dem Transenstrich und harten Kerlen, die er so sehr bewunderte. Von krummen Geschäften und seinem Absprung. Und vom heutigen Kiez – einem „Spielplatz für Idioten“. Die MOPO-Reporter Wiebke Bromberg und Marius Röer trafen den Tausendsassa in der Hans-Albers-Klause.

Luv Meesh the Podcast
40 acres and a mule 2

Luv Meesh the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 47:32


Hey Luv ♥️ ........and Welcome to the “LUV MEESH Podcast”

Shaking Tables with AA
"Driving in Lagos is the Ghetto" - A Self-Taught Driver

Shaking Tables with AA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 36:01


Isn't it ironic that the sweetest people you know have the wildest road rage ever? As we're all aware how the city of Lagos can often be a zoo, driving here has become practically an extreme sport where you'd need the sheer force of will, the grace of God, a few "Insha Allah" and multiple denominations to survive driving in the beautiful city of Eko. Kick back, relax and have a good laugh as you listen in. Press play▶️

In The Conversation
Ghetto Vacation

In The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 64:44


Damien and Ali get In The Conversation about White Lotus, posthumous albums, and Poison Clan. Twitter.com/dlemoncomedy // Twitter.com/mrmuhammad Keep up with the conversation on Facebook: Facebook.com/InTheConversation

Composers Datebook
Roumain's "Ghetto Strings"

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 2:00


Synopsis From its founding in 1986 the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet has both commissioned new works and arranged old ones for their ensemble of four virtuoso guitarists. On today's date in 2001, the Quartet premiered a new commission, a suite of four pieces entitled Ghetto Strings, written by the Haitian-American composer Daniel Bernard Roumain. Daniel Bernard Roumain – or DBR as he likes to be called – was born in Skokie, Illinois, but grew up in Southern Florida, surrounded by music from Latin communities – the Bahamas, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic – as well as his own family's Haitian music. He took up violin at age five, and says he absorbed a variety of classical and contemporary music. In junior high, he formed his own rock and hip-hop band and in high school played in a jazz orchestra which brought in guests like Dizzy Gillespie and Ray Charles. He later pursued formal musical studies with mentors William Bolcom and Michael Daugherty, earning both his masters and doctoral degrees. The four movements of his Ghetto Strings evoke four places Roumain has called home at various points in his life: Harlem, Detroit, Liberty City in Miami, and Haiti. Music Played in Today's Program Daniel Bernard Roumain (b. 1970): Haiti, fr Ghetto Strings (Minneapolis Guitar Quartet) innova CD 858

On the Holocaust - Yad Vashem
A Farewell Letter to Dita [On the Holocaust]

On the Holocaust - Yad Vashem

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 32:50


On July 7 1944, a mere couple of hours before the liquidation of the Będzin Ghetto and the murder of all the Jews imprisoned in it, Sarah and Yehiel Gerlitz wrote a farewell letter to their six-year-old daughter Dita. Dita had been handed over to a Polish family a year earlier, and in their letter her parents wrote to her what they believed to be their last words. How was Dita taken into hiding? What did Sarah and Yehiel write to their daughter before they were deported to the unknown? What happened to the family members? And what happened to the letter?

כל תכני עושים היסטוריה
A Farewell Letter to Dita [On the Holocaust]

כל תכני עושים היסטוריה

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 32:50


On July 7 1944, a mere couple of hours before the liquidation of the Będzin Ghetto and the murder of all the Jews imprisoned in it, Sarah and Yehiel Gerlitz wrote a farewell letter to their six-year-old daughter Dita. Dita had been handed over to a Polish family a year earlier, and in their letter her parents wrote to her what they believed to be their last words. How was Dita taken into hiding? What did Sarah and Yehiel write to their daughter before they were deported to the unknown? What happened to the family members? And what happened to the letter?

Le jazz sur France Musique
Ici le Ghetto : Julia Lee, Rémi Panossian, Archie Shepp, Cochemea et d'autres

Le jazz sur France Musique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 60:06


durée : 01:00:06 - Banzzaï du mardi 13 décembre 2022 - par : Nathalie Piolé -

The Alley Podcast
The Day After

The Alley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 55:41


Welcome to The AlleyThis week we have returning guest, Moses Vargas. Instagram: @moaintshitIcks (3:42)Ghetto things we've seen (10:55)Skills you wish you could have picked up (15:55)Can money buy you happiness? (28:00)Unnecessary purchases (37:40)3 things you'd tell your past self (42:45)Email us mailbag questions! thealleypodcasst@gmail.comFollow us on social media!Twitter: https://twitter.com/thealleypodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thealley.podcast/Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thealleypodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGE7wQEAOqxAPN6_bebcDaQ

Deep Shit w/ Goddess Of Abundance

What if all the motha toned children got along … --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goddessofabundance/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goddessofabundance/support

Luv Meesh the Podcast
40 acres and a mule let's talk about it

Luv Meesh the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 94:49


Hey Luv ♥️ ........and Welcome to the “LUV MEESH Podcast”

Rap & Order
Case 189: Chopper City In the Ghetto

Rap & Order

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 28:37


The original Hot Boy released Chopper City in The Ghetto in '99 and was poised to be Cash Money's flagship artist, until legal troubles intervened. The guys revisit BG's Chopper City In the Ghetto while trying to figure out how he'll be able to revitalize his career 14 years later.

Growing Up Fundie
Growing Up Fundie, Ep. 44: Noelle aka DJ Ghetto Steve on Finding Judaism, Embracing their Identity, and the Importance of Community

Growing Up Fundie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 67:57


Noelle ( aka DJ Ghetto Steve) talks about their journey through spirituality, and how deconstructing doesn't have to mean losing all faith.Their YouTube account:“Deconstructing DJ Ghetto Stevehttps://www.youtube.com/@DeconstructingDjGhettoSteve/featuredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/djghettosteve/Tiktok: @djghettosteve Inside Out Youth Services: https://insideoutys.org/Their Bonfire store:www.bonfire.com/we-are-club-q Their Fundraising site: https://www.artforheart.store/Their personal merch store: www.redbubble.com/people/DJGSDesigns______________________________________Find this episode, and others here:Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/2EHJGf8kGbSV9SRbqsfYKSApple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/growing-up-fundie/id1602008078Amazon Music:https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/ad6ac91e-c2fb-47d6-8658-df8aed941eac/growing-up-fundiePatreon:https://www.patreon.com/sydneydavisjrjrYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5QuI5etVfbJoTVAhbRGMkADiscord:https://discord.gg/XQNG4nD5More about the host, Sydney Davis Jr. Jr.sydneydavisjrjr.comThink you might make a great guest, or know someone who would be?Apply for yourself, or nominate someone here:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeHiy8KYW38tyKUD6MbFmOwCKdeWVHAbIA9qst1RBQf4rRPXg/viewform?usp=share_link

Word To Your Mama
Ep. 108 (Classic) Roy Miles, Jr: The Ghetto Geppetto, from oakland to “hoodland”

Word To Your Mama

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022


Ep. 37 Roy Miles, Jr: The Ghetto Geppetto, from Oakland to “Hoodland”Originally Dropped 2021Roy Miles, Jr aka The Ghetto Geppetto | Artist | Animator | Story TellerIn this episode Roy talks his outlook on “A year of truth and discovery”, his first trip to China to “Peep Game” on the toy scene, being Black and Mexican growing up in Oakland and the trials and tribulations of being a story teller. Questions/Comments from the audience fromWTYM Ep. 13 Guest Now Now Jerome Del the Funky Homosapien The Supernatural Bear CornerDuring The Supernatural Bear corner, The SNB shares his little “Billie Jean” parody that he created on Scratch.Mit.eduEpisode linksHoodlandWu Tang Clan & Khruangbin at Desert Daze WTYM LINKSWord To Your Mama Store: Use code WTYM at check out to receive 10% off any order WTYM Patreon PageDONATEBuy WTYM a WhiskeyMEDIA KITFiona Through Children's Eyes relief project NFT project Donate to Flor de Loto Montessori directly via PayPal AVAILABLE WHERE EVER YOU CONSUME PODCASTSNOW PART OF THE LATINA PODCASTERS NETWORKon socials @wtymama | email: hola@wordtoyourmama.com

Animated Misfits
Working In Office Is Ghetto!

Animated Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 35:29


Hey guys! In this episode I give an update on my experience working in office. Idk if y'all can relate, but I hope you enjoy the episode anyway! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/montez-jones/support

Henny Nights
Grief is Ghetto ft @cwilson_06

Henny Nights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 75:23


Support/Subscribe/ Buy merch from the podcast: https://linktr.ee/jwhitetheprez“What is Grief if not Love persevering” Charniah Wilson's platform “Grief is Ghetto”  on tiktok helped me out tremendously and it was great having her on to tell her story and the layers pertaining to grief and moving forward.Follow Cha:IG: cwilson_06Tiktok: charniahwilsonRivals - Usher ft Future https://music.apple.com/us/album/rivals-feat-future/1147225416?i=1147225579

The Dirty Mackin Hour
Council Estates (Da ghetto)

The Dirty Mackin Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 55:17


The TDMH is back with another episode... Lets talk about cheating and some other stuff. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dirtymackinhour/message

כל תכני עושים היסטוריה
Diary of a Jewish Policeman in the Ghetto [On the Holocaust]

כל תכני עושים היסטוריה

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 49:13


Calel (Calek) Perechodnik was a Jewish policeman in the Otwock ghetto. Within his role, he took part in an Aktion (forced deportation) in which 8,000 of the city's Jews were deported, among them his wife Anna and daughter Athalie. Calek, certain they would be safe, took them out of the hiding place in which they had been located, and led them to the deportation square, where they were put on trains and sent to the Treblinka extermination camp. Calek remained alone, consumed by guilt and, after several months spent in hiding on the Aryan side of Warsaw, penned a combination of a confession, a ringing indictment, and a diary - which he dedicated to his wife and daughter. The text Calek wrote is one of the most graphic, honest, and jarring texts produced during the Holocaust period. Featured guest: Dr. Amos Goldberg, Professor at the Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University, and head of the Research Institute for Contemporary Jewry. Author of Trauma in First Person: Diary Writing during the Holocaust, 2017.

On the Holocaust - Yad Vashem
Diary of a Jewish Policeman in the Ghetto [On the Holocaust]

On the Holocaust - Yad Vashem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 49:13


Calel (Calek) Perechodnik was a Jewish policeman in the Otwock ghetto. Within his role, he took part in an Aktion (forced deportation) in which 8,000 of the city's Jews were deported, among them his wife Anna and daughter Athalie. Calek, certain they would be safe, took them out of the hiding place in which they had been located, and led them to the deportation square, where they were put on trains and sent to the Treblinka extermination camp. Calek remained alone, consumed by guilt and, after several months spent in hiding on the Aryan side of Warsaw, penned a combination of a confession, a ringing indictment, and a diary - which he dedicated to his wife and daughter. The text Calek wrote is one of the most graphic, honest, and jarring texts produced during the Holocaust period. Featured guest: Dr. Amos Goldberg, Professor at the Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University, and head of the Research Institute for Contemporary Jewry. Author of Trauma in First Person: Diary Writing during the Holocaust, 2017.

Podcast and Chill with MacG
EPISODE 412 | Vusi Nova on Substance Abuse ,Somizi,Oskido, Hijacking, Snova, Ghetto Ruff , Hit Songs

Podcast and Chill with MacG

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 135:00


The Talking Chit Podcast
WHAT IS A GHETTO?

The Talking Chit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 79:44


WHAT IS A GHETTO?    (Satire comedy) Just touching on the origin of the ghetto.  How it was in the 12th Century in Europe and what it became to signify in modern times.  Some offbeat craziness about the role of the Navy. And Hayden even takes on a car ride to Target. lol   (Warning this video has some strong language and do not reflect the views of the host. We respect all guest 1st Amendment Rights.)       Listen to the audio on version when you're at work, driving, or at the gym on these platforms below:    Google : S4.E9 - KILLUMINATI RAPPERS  https://lnns.co/_0ZmM2HSOro     Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/episode/3HMqtzlePamH1GHxUlO5HJ?si=kyo4jXRjTaGUGibLFsZaLw&context=spotify%3Ashow%3A2GaCHcOLyP5RincXvN5BGR     Host Tone Robin:     Instagram: https://instagram.com/1tone.robin?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=     TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTR9u5AGJ/     Co-host: Coach Marques Hayden     Instagram: https://instagram.com/hbaglobal13?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=     Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marques.hayden.96 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talkingchitpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkingchitpodcast/support

The 3 Piece Podcast
Episode 169 “I'm Still Ghetto”

The 3 Piece Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 101:00


The ladies discuss BlueFace being charged with attempted murder, drama within the group X-scape, the tragic story Shanquella Robinson and the detriment of jealous friends. Tia Mowry's Logically Ghetto take on her marriage, whether Saweetie addressing Quavo was tacky or not. On the “Get a Man's Perspective” segment the ladies make some calls to see if men prefer a women bouncing or grinding in the riding position… The ladies also go through Nicki Minaj's Grammy nominations to see if indeed she has been snubbed or has fairly lost over the years.

What the Riff?!?
1973 - March: Pink Floyd "The Dark Side of the Moon"

What the Riff?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 39:49


Arguably the biggest album of the entire rock era, Pink Floyd's eighth studio album would propel them to superstardom.  The Dark Side of the Moon is one of the most acclaimed records in history, and it is commercially unmatched in its longevity.  It topped the US Billboard Top LP's and Tape chart, and charted for 962 weeks in total!Pink Floyd at this time was David Gilmour on guitar and vocals, Roger Waters on bass and vocals, Richard Wright on keyboards, and Nick Mason on percussion.The Dark Side of the Moon was envisioned as a concept album focusing on different types of pressure like greed, conflict, and death.  It also included examination of mental health issues - as would much of Pink Floyd's discography - inspired by the problems experienced by former front man Syd Barrett.  While singles were released, we strongly recommend listening to the album in totality to get the best experience out of it.Bruce brings us this monster album, and friend of the show Mike Fernandez joins us in Wayne's absence. TimeThis was released in the US as the second single from the album (after Money).  Roger Waters wrote the lyrics.  David Gilmour and Richard Wright share lead vocals - unusual for Richard Wright.  The sounds of clocks were recorded by Alan Parsons in an antique store as a quadrophonic test, but the sounds fit so well with the theme of this track that the band included it.  All four principal members were credited with songwriting, and this would be the last time this would happen in the band's history.The Great Gig in the SkyThis track follows Time, and is basically an instrumental with some spoken words at the front.  The band went around the studio asking people questions and Gerry O'Driscal's response is recorded on this track.  Female vocalizations are provided by Clare Torry, a session vocalist that Alan Parsons brought in.  She wasn't really told what to sing, but was told, "There's no lyrics.  It's about dying - have a bit of a sing on that, girl."  Brain DamageRoger Waters is on lead in this song, with Gilmour providing backing vocals.  This and other insanity-themed lyrics are based on Syd Barrett.  The lyric, "And if the band you're in starts playing different tunes" has a historical basis, as Barrett would play a different song than the rest of the band on more than one occasion toward the end of his tenure with the band.  EclipseThis final track is actually a different song from Brain Damage, but is commonly played with it on rock radio stations because there is no break between the two on the album.  The song reflects the ying and yang of life - good and bad, life and death, light and dark.  "And everything under the sun is in tune, but the sun is eclipsed by the moon." ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Theme to the television game show $10,000 PyramidDick Clark would serve as the initial host of this game show which started in March 1973.   STAFF PICKS:Crocodile Rock by Elton JohnBrian initiates the staff picks with the first number 1 song in the U.S. for Elton John.  The song has a 50's throwback sound, with lyrics that tell about a time when the singer danced the Crocodile Rock with Susie.  It was inspired by Australian band Daddy Cool and their song “Eagle Rock.”The Cisco Kid by WarRob's staff pick is from War's 1972 album, “The World is a Ghetto.” It made it to number 2 on the charts.  There's a reggae feel, a little funk, and a little ZZ Top.  The song is about two cowboys, Cisco and Poncho, and their adventures.  The band wanted their music to spread brotherhood and harmony to displace greed, racism, hunger, and gangs.Stuck in the Middle With You by Stealers Wheel Friend of the show Mike Fernandez brings us one of the classic lines in rock music - “clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right, here I am, stuck in the middle with you.”  Gerry Rafferty  is the founder and principal songwriter for the group.  This is Stealers Wheel's biggest hit.Danny's Song by Anne MurrayBruce wraps up the staff picks with a song Kenny Loggins wrote for his brother Danny at the birth of his son Colin.  It was first performed by a group called Gator Creek in 1970, then by Loggins and Messina in 1972.  This cover by Canadian country-pop singer Anne Murray would go to number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Also Sprach Zarathustra by DeodatoThis funky take on the Richard Strauss piece famous for its use in "2001:  A Space Odyssey" was on the charts in March 1973.

The Larry Elder Show
DON'T SAY GAY: The PAUL PELOSI Attack or Hoax?

The Larry Elder Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 12:18


Carl's PhD in “Ghetto-fabulousness” w/his minor in “Thugocracy” from the University of Hardknox really pay off in this episode. Carl emphatically condemns any and all violence. However, he argues that there are many unanswered questions concerning the Paul Pelosi attack that need to be addressed. Questions such as; 1) How did Dave Depape break-in to the residence of Paul and Speaker Pelosi, one of the most powerful couples in the entire U.S. without being stopped by security or filmed?; 2) why were both men in their underwear?; 3) Why would a criminal break in to any home with an intent to do harm and ask “Where's Nancy?” out loud, thereby giving up the “element of surprise” and much more. This story doesn't add up. More: www.Carljacksonshow.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carljacksonradio Twitter: https://twitter.com/carljacksonshow Parler: https://parler.com/carljacksonshow http://www.TheCarlJacksonPodcast.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.