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Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, PhD, is a professor of sociology and a council member of Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Duke University. He is the author of several books including the acclaimed Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America. He is also the the author and co-author of numerous other books and papers. Most interestingly for this program, Dr. Bonilla-Silva co-authored a chapter in Changing Terrain of Race and Ethnicity: Theory, Methods and Public Policy entitled "We are all Americans!’" : The Latin Americanization of Race Relations in the USA. The center question of this discussion will be the functionality of the term "non-black people" in eliminating the global system of racism (white/light domination).
Art's latest Short, "Contrapelo," where he plays a proud Mexican barber who is forced to shave the leader of a drug cartel. As he faces the man who is destroying his country, he is confronted by a difficult decision: to become a killer, or to let this man continue to kill. By the end of the shave, the Barber will find out that he and the Capo are not very different.
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Esta noche: Una velada con la polifacetica actriz y cantante Roxanna Bonilla Giannini. Escucharemos mas canciones, hablaremos de su trayectoria artistica y su inquebrantable amor por los escenarios del mundo.
Eduardo Quezada will have as a guest in his show this coming Tuesday July 24 Roxanna Bonilla-Giannini Who is Roxanna? "My goal as an artist is to give all I can, to entertain, to inspire. The passion that drives me as a person, is to promote a feeling of kinship, compassion and understanding amongst us all. And last but not least, to mirror the human needs and similarities in all of us, in the songs I choose to sing, the characters I play, the shows I create, and the stories I write, produce and direct. Internationally known as "Citizen of the World", "The Voice of Crystal" and "Woman Chameleon", as a live performer, Roxanna Bonilla-Giannini has acted, sang, danced, told stories to delighted audiences in three continents. From Japan to Monte Carlo Monaco; from USA to Paris France and The Greek Islands; from Las Vegas, to Hollywood Ca., Miami, Kings Point and Miami Beach, and from Mexico City, Ensenada Mexico, to Thailand and Vietnam. She has also performed as an actor/singer/dancer since age 12 on feature films, television and stage, with loved, notable and respected thespian-legends such as William Holden, Ida Lupino, Jane Fonda, Marcel Julian, Jon Voigt, Lily Tomlin, Rafael Banquells, Silvia Pinal, Dolly Parton, Ernesto Gomez Cruz, Valery Harper, Daniel Jeannin, Jean Yves Dahyot, David Groth, Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Elke Summer, Martin Balsam, Sally Struthers and many more. Escuchen sus canciones y su historia en una velada estelar este martes 24 de Julio del 2012.
tonight we Interview Mr.Rich Bonilla A Man instrumental in the early rise of the NY salsa craze and Manager of an incredible array of salsa artist both past and present we will get intamte with Mr. Bonilla and enjoy his company. We will be joined by El Gran Tito with his "Reggae Lingo" we will have music and laughs.
The Late Bryant "Eduardo" Holman, (author: La Santisima Muerte: A Mexican Folk Saint) a "gringo" of Presidio, Mexico, was a student of Curanderismo, the belief in the practice of magical healing.
A curandero or curandeiro is a traditional Native American healer or shaman in the United States and in Latin America. Historically, in the United States, curanderos were only found in concentrated Amerindian populations. In the mid to late 1970's the rise in ethnic minority and immigrant populations grew in tandem with the public presence of curanderos in areas outside of the historical geographic regions of the United States which had large Indigenous populations. The curandero dedicates their life to the administration of remedies for mental, emotional, physical and spiritual illnesses based on their evaluation.
CURANDERISMO by Bryant "Eduardo" Holman
When I first came to live in Ojinaga, I immediately became intrigued as to how much the people here are influenced by what is almost an obsession with what we might term the supernatural. I came to find out that this fact is almost the cornerstone of the culture here, and that this is really the norm throughout Mexico. It amazed me that anthropologists and writers seem to have missed the point on this issue, by and large. In the course of studying this phenomenon it finally became clear that the only way I was going to really understand it would be to befriend an actual curandero, and thus I came to seek out and to know Don Martín. I have since discovered that he is quite famous both here in Ojinaga and in the San Carlos region, besides having a large following all around the area of the "diaspora" of the Ojinaga and San Carlos people in the United States.
Bloody Elbow Radio, presented by Bad Boy, will be live to preview UFC Fight Night, which is headlined by a lightweight bout between Ben Henderson and Rustam Khabilov. We'll also discuss all the latest in MMA, including the bizarre Wandelei Silva and Jon Jones situations, the UFC's doubleheader and more.
This week on Women Warriors, Wed at Noon ET on Jul 23rd, our special guest is Jane Koegh. Jane will be discussing the topic of “The Way Out is In -- It's an Inside Job. ” Join us on Women Warriors to find out how.
Jane Keogh has owned and run her own businesses since 1991 when she vowed never to be employed again, after a legal dispute with her then employers. After a full and interesting life peppered with challenges, Jane realises how much easier life would have been had she not stressed and worried so much (easy to say in hindsight) and that armed with the right tools there is an easier way. She relentlessly pursued further knowledge and training in life planning, goal setting, mind mapping, Silva, behavioral profiling and NLP; all of which are great tools, yet Jane still felt there must be something else.
Returning from a two year stint in Zambia at the end of 2012, Jane found herself at yet another set of crossroads. After a mental battle with herself, she decided to hang up her entrepreneurial shoes and take some time out. Freeing her mind generated a feeling that something fundamental was missing but she wasn’t quite sure what…By chance she was invited to a two day event in London, which she nearly didn’t attend. The result led Jane to Zurich, where she trained as a Human Software Engineer under Tom Stone, the founder of this work, whom she had met at that event. She was amazed at how simple but effective the tools are. And so her new company, Naked Soul was born. Quite simply, Jane’s mission is to help others get more of what they want. To find out more about Jane and her company visit http://www.nakedsoul.co.uk/ .
Hella Bitter is a company fueled by the entrepreneurial spirits of three young men from diverse backgrounds who share a unified mission: to make the world a bitter place to live! Perhaps the largest and most enthusiastic market of specialty goods consumers, New York City is itself an engine room of artisanal food entrepreneurship. This enthusiasm extends to NYC's booming cocktail culture and subsequent awareness of and demand for bitters. Hella Bitter is one of the few nationally distributed bitters manufacturers based solely in New York. http://hellabitters.com
Mike Silva and Joe Buono discuss the Derek Jeter/Adam Wainwright All-Star Game controversy. Should the Yankees make a deal and invest in 2014? The Mets are surging and the guys talk about the improved play, and whether Alderson can land a star like Troy Tulowitzki. We wrap-up talking NBA. Carmelo Anthony has signed, but can the Knicks build a roster around him? Has the Brooklyn Nets window closed? Where will Kevin Love land? Dan Graca of Sirius XM and Mitch Lawrence of the NY Daily News are featured guests.
Summer is upon us, and with temperatures on the rise Sandy Alderson is beginning to feel the heat. Ownership's ongoing financial struggles continue to handcuff his ability to raise payroll, his field manager continues making ponderous decisions, and the team continues to flounder below the.500 mark.
Tonight, helping the Rising Apple Report make sense of it all will be freelance broadcaster and writer Mike Silva.
Rising Apple's senior staff writer Michael Lecolant will host the half-hour of Metsian dicussion this evening beginning at 11:00pm EST.
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