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CSPAN
Sep 2, 2013 3:45pm EDT
open to change. >> we should be mindful of the impact of china and other parts , on south america america, and on africa. have a number of african- american friends and international's you talk about live in the united states, work andhina, back-and-forth, this developing relationship between the american people, african-americans, and chinese, that is another mix of immigration. , whati've been listening an interesting impact of china. this conversation can continue. you all have been very kind to listen in on us talk. would love to your your thoughts on any of these subjects and more. to participate in an on-line discussion, there is a link that you can find on your web browser. is a key code, and if you do not know what that is, ask someone younger than you are. maybe we can be part of the same ongoing conversation as well. thank you so much. this has been a delight. [applause] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> tonight, supreme court justice stephen breyer and former massachusetts supreme court ju
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2015 4:00pm EST
you gotta go. you talk about transnational and someone mentioned india and china. like china in particular, like there are things that are going to change in such dramatic ways that i think are happening audz of even the -- outside of even the bubble of this conversation. the power of culture as we've seen, american culture, been riding on black culture for so long yet still within a white power structure, all these things like hip-hop are being sold as american all around the world. but what happens when the internet is mostly in mandarin? what happens culturally when the world power keeps shifting away from traditional -- >> china is huge. and it's going to challenge us in huge economic ways. a friend of mine is a linguist. the interesting thing about english, whiteness and english rose up in the world contemporaneously. the interesting thing about english, english sort of took over the world at a veried a very advantageous moment. english came along with the typewriter with the internet, with the computer and all these forms of technology. english has the advantage of being i
CSPAN
Nov 23, 2014 12:10am EST
mentioned india and china, there are things that have to change in such dramatic ways that i think are happening outside the bubble of this conversation. the power of culture as we have seen, still within a white power structure but jazz, hip-hop -- all these things of black phases and black movements are sold in america around the world but what happens when the area is mostly mandarin, and what happens culturally when the world tower keeps shifting -- >> china is huge and will challenge us, a friend of mine is a linguist and the interesting thing about english, whiteness and english rose up in the world contemporaneously, and the interesting thing about english is that it sort of took our -- took over the world in a rested just and advantageous world in technology. english come along with the typewriter, with the internet, with the computer and all the technology and english has the advantage of being flexible. the french are very rigid in their language but the english language, like whiteness can absorb -- >> they put omg in the dictionary. >> english is a language that can expand
CSPAN
Dec 22, 2015 8:30am EST
now to his excellency, miner is for foreign affair -- minister for foreign affairs of china. [speaking chinese] >> translator: mr. president, china welcomes the unanimous adoption of the resolution by the security council. the resolution embodies the broad consensus of the international community, reflects the keen aspiration of the syrian people and lends fresh impetus to the issue. we must follow through on it with a view to translating consensus into action and expectation into reality. the protracted conflict in the past five years have brought syria, a country with time-honored civilization, to ruins. large numbers of syrians have been displaced and unable to return to their home. what is worse, it has become a hotbed where radical ideas breed as well as a pray ground of -- playground of terrorists. as such the international community should work towards the political settlement of the issue with a stronger sense of urgency and responsibility. for five years the international effort to seek a political settlement has been relentless. this on and off political process ha
CSPAN
Nov 22, 2014 9:10pm EST
tower keeps shifting -- >> china is huge and will challenge us, a friend of mine is a linguist and the interesting thing about english, whiteness and english rose up in the world contemporaneously, and the interesting thing about english is that it sort of took our -- took over the world in a rested just and advantageous world in technology. english come along with the ,ypewriter, with the internet with the computer and all the technology and english has the advantage of being flexible. the french are very rigid in their language but the english language, like whiteness can absorb -- >> they put omg in the dictionary. >> english is a language that can expand infinitely to be whatever it needs to be where is mandarin in chinese is very difficult -- they are trying to change that now and make mandarin easier so it can be more international. to that extent, is whiteness going to be like english were it will continue to mutate and expand and adapt like a virus? i don't know. [laughter] that is not to advocate for whiteness but i'm trying to predict what it will do. >> you talking about
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2015 10:00am EST
changing demographic within the u.s. and the emerging powers of india and china? i ask because rules are changing so fast to allow certain powers to amass so much influence that they don't care any more. so you mentioned the demographic 2040, somewhere by 2060 safely say that we'll have some changes here. but also the global nature of stuff shifting power and where innovation is happening, where capitol is happening, where people are getting educated in different ways. what's the anxiety? >> we should be very ampingeshs because we're sending to war and following behind what everybody else is doing. i think scandinavia is going to rule the world. >> i'm going to call you on that one. >> i think so because they're like investing in their children. >> because they're a racially homogeneous society. >> no. because they're vikings. it's that d.n.a. and they're spending a lot of money on technology schools. and the crime rates are very low. but you're right maybe because it's people looks like -- >> i don't think it's going to be scandinavia. i think they're too small. but i do think -- i agre
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2016 8:00pm EDT
, nafta. normal trade relations with china that have cost us billions of decent-paying jobs. secretary clinton has supported virtually all of them. so we've got some very real differences. this campaign is listening to our brothers and sisters in the latino community. [cheering] what they are telling me is that with 11 million undocumented people in this country, they are tired of living in the shadows, tired of being exploited, tying of living in fear. they want and i want comprehensive immigration reform and a path towards citizenship. [cheering] and if congress does not do its job, i will use all of the executive powers of the presidency in order to make that happen. [cheering] bernie! bernie! bernie! bernie! bernie! bernie! bernie! this campaigns listening to our brothers and sisters in the african-american community. and they are tired of having their kids go to broken down, inadequate schools. they are tired of sky-high unemployment rates. they are tired of their kids breatheing filthy air and getting asthma. they are tired of paying half of their income for housing. they want an
CSPAN
Jun 4, 2016 8:00am EDT
father. at 8:30 former state department official rahm emanuel talks about the growing influence of china and india. michael peach talks about his publishing career. and 9:30 eastern time. at 10:00 on afterwards, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell discusses his memoir the long game with senator lamar alexander. we finish our primetime programming at 11:00 with neil basco who because the nazis race to build a nuclear bomb and the allies efforts to destroy their nuclear facility in norway. that all happens tonight on c-span2's booktv. >> what do you do at simon & schuster? >> i am the vp executive producer and editor. >> host: what do they mean? >> guest: i run the publicity group and i try to buy a book. >> guest: we want to talk to you about some of the books coming out this season. this book you have been working on as an editor. >> i turned in a final edit published in december. a woman looking at men looking at women. most people know her as a novelist, the blazing world but leads a double life. the most perspective thinkers and writers in neuroscience. it is a triptych, a question
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