Posts Tagged ‘video’

Spies In Disguise

February 18, 2019

Jonna Mendez, former chief of disguise at the CIA, explains how spies disguise. A Wired video.

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Silent Cafés

February 7, 2019

“Since the 2011 opening of 1000 & 1 Signes, the first deaf-owned café in France, at least four other deaf-owned restaurants have followed. And France isn’t alone: Since 2016, more than a dozen such establishments have opened in Zagreb, Croatia; Cologne, Germany; London; Delhi; Cape Town, South Africa; Bangkok and Bogotá, Colombia.”

–“How Silent Cafes Serve Deaf Culture to the Hearing,” Fiona Zublin, Ozy

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Fairies Wear Boots

January 26, 2019

“Fairies Wear Boots,” a 1970 Black Sabbath song, interpreted by Brown Sabbath, 2014.

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The Covers

January 18, 2019

“Covers,” by Henning M. Lederer. More here and here.

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Snake Farm

January 12, 2019

“Snake Farm,” written and performed by Ray Wylie Hubbard, 2013. Yes, there really is a Snake Farm, a roadside attraction on I-35 South near New Braunfels, Texas.

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Parking

January 10, 2019

“Why we should pay more for free parking.” A Guardian video.

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North Carolina: Crooked Lines

January 7, 2019

A mathematician and a Supreme Court plaintiff fight racial gerrymandering in North Carolina. A Field of Vision video by Monica Berra, Jacqueline Olive, and Yoruba Richen.

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Still A Believer

December 9, 2018

“Still A Believer,” written and performed by Nataly Dawn, 2013.

“Grandma says I’m going to hell
Cause I met a boy and we make rock music”

Nataly Dawn website

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Trump’s Reverse Racism Claim

November 8, 2018

“… Yamiche Alcindor, a reporter for the PBS Newshour of Haitian descent, attempted to ask the president about the support he’s drawn from white nationalist groups.

‘On the campaign trail, you called yourself a nationalist. Some people saw that as emboldening white nationalists,’ Alcindor said, in a preamble to her question. But before she could get the rest out, Trump interrupted her.

‘I don’t know why you’d say that. That’s such a racist question,’ he said.

Alcindor tried to continue, saying that ‘some people are now saying that the Republican Party is supporting white nationalists because of your rhetoric.’ But once again Trump interrupted her — and accused her of being the real racist:

I don’t believe it. Why do I have my highest poll numbers ever with African Americans? That’s a racist question … You know what? I love our country, I do. You have nationalists, and you have globalists … to say that, what you said, is so insulting to me. It’s a very terrible thing that you said.

— “Watch Trump shout down a black reporter asking him about racism,” Zack Beauchamp, Vox (read it in full)

Prepare for a fresh barrage of so-called “reverse racism” charges from the privileged white men of the Administration, the Freedom Caucus, and the Trump-packed courts. “Reverse racism” claims are also a hallmark of, you know, White Nationalism.

More:

“Trump said it is ‘racist’ to ask him about his nationalism. Here’s why it’s necessary.” Eugene Scott, Washington Post

“Trump draws rebukes for scolding female reporters of color,” Rebecca Morin, Politico

“‘What a stupid question’: Trump demeans three black female reporters in three days,” Paul Farhi, Washington Post

“Trump calls Baltimore native April Ryan a ‘loser,’ threatens to revoke press credentials,” Brittany Britto, Baltimore Sun

“I’m a black woman. Trump loves insulting people like me.” April Ryan, Washington Post

“Trump’s insults toward black reporters, candidates echo ‘historic playbooks’ used against African Americans, critics say,” David Nakamura, Washington Post

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School Days

November 7, 2018

More:

“The Curse of America’s Illogical School-Day Schedule,” Joe Pinsker, The Atlantic

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