Mario: ¡Senoritas, vamanos! Vas a llegar tarde.
Catalina: ¿Qué hora es…?
Pilar: ¡Ay dios mio! Cata, no estudiamos anoche.
Mario: Que lastima.
Catalina: Yo estudié un poco antes de ir a dormir.
Mario: Pilar, ¿Qué hiciste ayer por la noche?
Pilar: En la noche, Yo siempre ducharse y estudió.
Catalina: Yo tambíen, pero llegamos tarde a casa.
Mario: ¿necesita ayuda?
Catalina: Por favor.
Mario: Vale, pero primera, levantarse y preparar.
Scene change, walking to school as he helps us study
Mario: Vale, este es facíl. Catalina, Cual es tu ruitina de la manana?
Catalina: Por la mañana, yo lavarme cara, y cepillarme los dientes.
Mario: Bien, bien.
Pilar: ¡entiendo! Después de la escuela, salgo con amigos.
Mario: Rutina de buena, pero no por la tarde. Mañana.
Pilar: Oh.. Por la mañana, yo aplicar maquillarme.
Mario: Bueno pilar. Catalina, habla mas lentamente.
Mario: escribes reglas a ayudas ustedes estudias.
Catalina: yo tengo..
Pilar: Primera, No ver la televisíon, estudiar antes de dormir, trabajar en libre tiempo, No estar despierto tarde, y no consigues a escuela tarde.
Catalina: ¡Si! Buena suerte, Pilar.
Pilar: Tú también.
Pilar: Hasta luego.
This year's third quarter was different from last year’s third quarter. This quarter seemed more relaxing than usual. Some of the projects made me feel less stress from doing projects and any other school work. I was actually kind of glad to have that relaxation throughout the quarter. These are my projects from the third quarter.
Advanced Coloring: I had to pick out three pages to color. The reason why I think it is called advanced coloring because there is so many little details that need to be colored in. I picked those three designs because I like the designs and I wanted to be creative with them. This was probably my favorite project because I was to be creative and feel relaxed in general because I love to color in pictures just to keep my hands moving.
Self Portrait: Now from the first quarter I was able to draw myself again. This year was totally different because one I had longer hair, and two I’m wearing a hat in the photo. Personally I like this portrait better because I think I look better with longer hair. Now my hair got to freaking long so I had to cut it. Funny thing when this assigned to the class that was the week I cut my hair and as I think about it after drawing it I look so much better with short hair.
Value: Last year on this project I drew my cell phone. This year there was an orange sitting on the table. I pulled it over towards me and I decided to draw that. I liked what I did because it seems the orange looks a little realistic to me.
Basic Shapes: On this projects before I drew anything I wanted to draw I had to do a basic layout by drawing basic shapes. For this project I drew the cartoon character Brian Griffin from family guy and it looks pretty cool by drawing the basic shapes and I would like to do that more cartoon characters.
Animal Shapes: Now this project is very similar to the basic shapes project. I had to do a rough draft of the animal shapes then draw the actual animal shapes. I basically chose two random animals and they were a cat and a bunny.
In conclusion quarter three was a success and it was a very relaxing quarter and I cannot wait for my very last quarter of art class.
Sleep paralysis is a semi common sleep disorder. It either affects people when they are in hypnagogic sleep or hypnapompic sleep which is when you are going to sleep or waking up. When you are falling asleep your body releases chemicals to paralyze you during REM sleep. This is natural and is done so that you don’t physically move during your dreams, it is a protective measure. When you fall into SOREM (Sudden Onset REM) these chemicals are released at a different rate and can cause more malfunctions in brain activity. There are a lot of different theories as to why sleep paralysis happens. A lot of them are spiritual and religious, but scientifically there is still not a definite answer. One theory is that when you sleep on your back, some of your airways can become blocked. So your brain will wake your body just enough for you to roll over or snort to get more oxygen. If your body wakes you without shutting the valve that releases the chemicals you are "awake", but paralyzed. As your mind becomes more alert the amygdala is triggered, which activates the body’s fight or flight system. But since you can’t do either of those things you panic. This is where the unexplainable hallucinations begin. It is like an extension of the dream while you are “awake.” The hallucinations fall into two categories. Hyper realistic multi sensory hallucinations or vestibular-motor hallucinations. HRM hallucinations involve visual and auditory hallucinations while VM hallucinations involve body movement like floating.
There have been recorded medical cases of sleep paralysis going back 300 years. It has existed in art for perhaps even longer. 20-50 percent of adults have experienced some form of sleep paralysis with only 5% experiencing the hallucinations. One of the most fascinating things is the similarity between the accounts from all over the world. The most common visions are the shadow man, the old hag, and the succubus. There is a Netflix documentary called the Nightmare that follows the stories of people with recurring sleep paralysis. They delve further into the spiritual and religious reasons behind sleep paralysis. They believe it is a communion with the spirit realm or with the devil. There’s also a lot of people who believe they’ve been abducted by aliens. There have also been some deaths that are thought to be caused by sleep paralysis--fear induced heart attacks.
When I first learned about this it interested me because of all the weird things your brain and body can create. Also I was fascinated by the fact that people who suffer from sleep paralysis have similar visions. It could be that we all have similar fears, or that there is a supernatural explanation that is beyond science. P.S. They say that it’s contagious. So if you learn too much about it, you’ll have it. Hehe.
- Netflix's The Nightmare
For Quarter three in senior art, I was taken back to to middle school where I learned about more advanced art. Though now, my art is much more detailed then when I was twelve.
We did a watercolor, metamorphosis pictures, mosaics, coats of arms drawings, and a wires sculpture, all things that I have done before in previous years.
I would say that my favorite piece of art to make was my water colors because I felt that I made the colors blend and ombre really well. I made a painting of a close up to waves and sand on a beach, and a campsite on a hill during sunset. Another piece I enjoyed was the coat of Arms Drawing, I got to draw something totally original, I liked the colors I used, and I liked the simple design I picked.
The artwork that was the hardest for me was the wire sculpture. I was really hard to mold the paper clips into what you wanted them to be. People can't even really tell that my sculptures are of a sun and a balloon.
Janet Mock is one of the largest names in transgender activism today. When you Google her, the first examples to appear are ones describing her popular accomplishments. Her recent New York Times bestselling autobiography, Redefining Realness, is one example. Another is her being listed as part of various lists of influential people in oppressed communities, such as the OUT 100 and Trans 100. But these results do not give you the full picture of Mock: a fierce and determined activist with a lot of personability and patience.
Mock was born in Honolulu, Hawaii to a black father and native Hawaiian mother. She began her transition in high school and funded her medical transition by being a sex worker in her teens. She has a Bachelor in Fashion Merchandising and a Masters in Journalism. Growing up, she was assigned male and addressed as such, but started to explore her gender identity further at 12, despite her father’s strict gender policing. Since then, she has grown into a passionate activist for the black, transgender, and women movements. Mock is the host of So POPular! -- a weekly MSNBC digital series about modern culture, and is the founder of #GirlsLikeUs, a social media project that empowers trans* women. TIME called Mock “one of the 12 new faces of black leadership” and “one of the most influential people on the Internet”, while Fast Company named her one of 2015’s “most creative people in business”. Mock is also an editor for Marie Claire magazine and a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight. But what is there to Mock besides her accomplishments?
As a trans* writer, watching Janet Mock is both an amazing and frustrating experience for me personally. When Mock is interviewed by cisgender hosts who are not careful with the language they use surrounding her past, it is personally uncomfortable for me to witness. As Laverne Cox, another black transgender woman activist, said: “Calling a trans woman a man is an act of violence.” One example of this insensitivity is a segment with Piers Morgan, in which he repeatedly gave his superficial understanding of what being transgender feels like, instead of respectfully learning about her life, which was his job.
The kind of blatant and tactless dissection and sensationalization of trans* people’s bodies in the media is one that has been a focal point of Mock’s movement. For instance, the Piers Morgan segment was captioned by, “Was a boy until 18” (the age Mock underwent sex reassignment surgery) and “How would you feel if the woman you are dating was formerly a man?” Mock has written countless critiques of this kind of wording, explaining that these statements are invasive and assumptive, pointing toward Mock’s gender like an accusation and an entertainment point. A more respectful way to phrase these subtitles would be, “Janet Mock: Transgender Activist and Writer.” This is the difference between treating a guest like a professional instead of a sideshow. Yet Janet Mock was criticized and attacked for her “immature” reaction, assuming that Mock would be grateful to even get the chance to speak on a major television outlet. Despite it all, she has remained an unbattered and fearless advocate for her cause.
One of the most impressive aspects of Mock’s activism is her consistent acknowledge of privilege, even her own. In her book Redefining Realness, she says: “I have been held up consistently as a token, as the “right” kind of trans woman (educated, able-bodied, attractive, articulate, heteronormative). It promotes the delusion that because I “made it”, that level of success if easily accessible to all young trans women. Let’s be clear: It is not.” This activism is one that not only inspires but engages all people on the issue of trans* rights and respect, and empowers trans* youth, especially young women. By maintaining both a self righteous air in order to gain respect and a selfless love for her community, Janet Mock has successfully built a dynasty of empowered youth and challenged allies in her wake. I am here for it.
Hess, Amanda. "Piers Morgan’s Interview with Janet Mock Was Not a Failure of Sensitivity. It Was a Failure of Reporting." Slate.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Mar. 2016 http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2014/02/07/_piers_morgan_s_janet_mock_interview_why_journalists_get_coverage_of_the.html
"Janet Mock Quotes." Janet Mock Quotes (Author of Redefining Realness). N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Mar. 2016. https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/5388148.Janet_Mock
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March 10, 1983: Janet Mock is born in Honolulu, Hawaii.
2001: Mock undergoes sex reassignment surgery in Thailand at 18.
2006: Before this date, Mock graduates the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Merchandising, and in 2006, graduates NYU with a Master of Arts in Journalism.
2011: Janet Mock comes out as publicly transgender in a problematic Marie Claire article written by Kierna Mayo from Mock’s point of view. Becomes an editor at Marie Claire despite her critique of the piece. Submits a video for the It Gets Better project. Mock is featured in a 2011 documentary called Dressed.
2012: Mock’s first book, Redefining Realness, is signed by Atria Books. Mock starts a Twitter hashtag (#GirlsLikeUs) to empower transgender women. Mock gives the Lavender Commencement keynote speech honoring LGBT students at the University of Southern California. Mock serves as co-chair, nominee and presenter at the 2012 GLAAD Media Awards.:
November 2012: Mock receives her Sylvia Rivera Activist Award from the Sylvia Rivera Law Project.
June 27, 2013: Janet Mock is featured in an LGBT community called The OUT List. Mock joins the board of directors of the Arcus Foundation.
February, 2014: Redefining Realness is released.
2014: Mock leaves job at People.com and hosts Take Part Live, So POPular! (her own weekly digital series), the Global Citizen Festival, guest hosts the Melissa Harris-Perry show, covers the White House Correspondents Dinner’s red carpet for Shift, and is a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight. Featured on the fifth anniversary cover of CANDY magazine.
Following the conviction of Monica Jones, a trans woman of color, Mock joins a campaign against a law in Pheonix that targets Black and Latina transgender women (“manifesting prostitution”).
2015: Mock delivers the commencement address for Pitzer College. In April, Mock makes a guest appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday for a segment called Becoming Your Most Authentic Self. In September, she makes another appearance where she discusses Embracing the Otherness.
March 2016: Mock cancels a speech at Brown University after students protested the invitation by Hillel, a Jewish organization.
More Than A Wife!
Coretta Scott King; born April 27, 1927. She was best known as the wife of the infamous Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but the titles that she held were far more impacting than the title of a wife. Mrs. King was an influential speaker, strong advocate for the civil rights movement, as well as an activists for women's rights. Mrs. King. Some may assume that her desire for these things came from her husband who was so passionate about these topics, but that’s not exactly the case, Coretta Scott King had an upbringing that provoked these ideas far before her marriage to Dr. King. Coretta grew up in a time when segregation was at its prime. Children went to different schools, people patronized establishments with different rules, people of color were in the back whether it be a bus, walking through doors, attending sporting events, and etc. As a young child, she attended a school that was about 5 miles away. The school was located in one small room at Crossroad School which was located in her hometown of Marlon, Alabama. Her injustices began early. As she walked that long five miles every morning, she saw young white children having the privilege of catching a bus to school although their schools were closer to their homes. Coretta didn’t let these things affect her education; she continued to prosper while managing to be Valedictorian at her high school graduation and receiving a scholarship from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
In the midst of Coretta Scott King receiving her education she became involved with Civil Rights. As she proceeded to do so, she met her soon to be husband, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. They continued to do their work and became heavily involved with the Rosa Parks event that has become a historical memory. Mrs. King’s participation in such events eventually gave her the title, “The First Lady Of Civil Rights”. As she progressed with her advocacy for civil rights, her passion for gender equality then became more apparent. She was a woman who had the pleasure to be the first to do a few things. Coretta was the first woman to deliver the Class Day address at Harvard University. She was also the first woman to preach at a statutory service at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Along with those accomplishments she had the opportunity to serve as the Women's Strike for Peace delegate to the 17-nation Disarmament Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Her impact was becoming global. Mrs. Coretta Scott King established over 100 organizations which included business, religion, labor, as well as civil and women's rights. The point of the organizations were to urge the rights for equality among all of those categories. As she continued her part she continued to be rewarded. In 1988, she served as head of the U.S. delegation of Women for a Meaningful Summit in Athens, Greece and in 1990, Mrs. King was co-convener of the Soviet-American Women’s Summit in Washington, DC.
Mrs. Coretta Scott King was legendary. Not for her last name or husband, but for the work that she did on her own. She lived through situations in her childhood that made her want there to be equality for all no matter the race, age, sex, or sexual orientation. Her motivation and accomplishments will forever live on and continue to inspire those across the globe.
1. The Cook teacher- Hola Clase, qué tal. Hoy en clase vamos a hacer omelettes con queso.
2. The Cook teacher- El primero paso para hacer una omelette es la más importante paso. Primero lávese las manos.
3. The Cook teacher- Luego todos agarre dos huevos en el contador y no caes los huevos.
4. The Cook teacher- Raje los huevos en el bol y no permita las conchas en el bol con huevos.
5. The Cook teacher- Mezcle los huevos con batidora y sume una pizca de sal de vez en cuando.
6. The Cook teacher- Levántese de sus asientos luego encenda cada estufa a levante la de alto.
7. The Cook teacher- Voltee los huevos mezclados en la bandeja y no sume calor.
8. The Cook teacher- No revolva los huevos en la sartén para permita los huevos calente.
9. The Cook teacher- Voltee el huevo en la sartén cuando se a parte inferior del huevo solidifica.
10. The Cook teacher- Sume el queso y brócoli en un lado de el huevo después ustedes voltee el huevo.
11. No Sume sal y pimienta a los huevos porque el omelette se vas a perder sabor.
12. The Cook teacher- Tire un lado de el huevo en el otro lado de huevo y sea cuidado.
13. The Cook teacher- Ponáse un mitón de horno agarre la sartén a no quema tu mano.
14. The Cook teacher- Qúitese el omelette de la sartén y en el plato.
15. Ahora siéntese y disfrute de la deliciosa omelette.
póngase las gafas.
Vean su teléfono.
Abren a dar sombra.
Prendan las luces.
Prendan el televisión.
Jagan su ejército por la mañana.
Hagan la cama.
Vayan afuera del cuarto.
Después de terminar en el cuarto, estan listo para el siguiente paso.
Por la mañana se laven la cara con agua y jabón.
Se sequen la cara con una toalla.
El siguiente paso es encontrar su cepillo de dientes.
Cepillense los dientes para dos minutos.
No se olviden hacer tu pelo.
Encuentrense el peine arreglar tu pelo.
Cepillense el pelo.
Hay muchos peinados que puedes hacer.
Elijan el peinado que te gusta.
Después no se olviden afeitar la cara si es necesario.
Revisen el tiempo, rapido.
Por la mañana usted puede también poner en maquillense.
Después de terminado en el baño, siempre consiguen su mochila
Primero revisen su mochila para los libros de texto y cuadernos.
Nunca se olviden la tarea y proyectos.
Si la tarea no está terminado, haganlo rápido.
Nunca se olviden hacer la tarea y los proyectos.
Luego consiguen zapato y se pongan aten los zapatos.
Vean el tiempo y tráfico
Consiguen el teléfono
Carguen el teléfono
No traigan Carguen escuela
Alimenten animales y dar animales agua
No Den mucho comida.
Consiguen una pluma y un lápiz
Senten vean television.
Levanten y consiguen la llave, chaqueta, y cartera.
Primero vayan a la cocina para cocinar waffles.
Saquen dos huevos, una bolsa de harina, un cartón de leche, una botella de aceite de vegetables, un frasco de azúcar, levadura en polvo, un contenedor de sal, un botella del extracto de vainilla.
También saquen un bol y una batidora.
Acuérdense de sacar levadura en polvo y no saquen bicarbonato.
Mezclen los ingredientes en el bol con la batidora
No se olviden de quitar las waffles de la molde después de cinco minutos.
Pongan el waffle en una plata.
Carguen la plata con el waffle al comedor para desayunar pero no se caigan la plata.
Siéntense a la mesa.
Recuperen un cuchillo y tenedor.
Unten mantequilla y viertan el miel de maple en el waffle.
No unten demasiado mantequilla o viertan demasiado miel de maple en el waffle.
Coman los waffles.
Después de comer, levántense.
Un poco luego, vayan a escuela, pero no vayan a escuela sin su mochila.
Website for recipe
Setting: Juan’s house/kitchen
Plot: 4 chefs are making a cake. Throughout the process of making the cake a number of interesting events occur.
Fabian: Hola mi amigos, me llamo Fabian
Melo: Me llamo Melo
Juan: Me llamo Juan
Pepe: Me llamo Pepe
Juan: hoy vamos a cocinar enchiladas
Melo: No!!!!!! vamos a cocinar tres leches
Pepe: Primero vamos a poner cinco juevos(actually a pencil)
Fabian: oo muy delicioso
Melo: Después de juevos, necesitas poner azúcar blanco
Pepe:y porque la azuca necesita ser blanco, yo quiero pongo azúcar café
Fabián: no te pone azúcar café en el bizcocho, necesitas azúcar blanco
Melo: Después tu necesitas poner mantequilla
Juan: y entonces obtener su gato.
Fabian: No juan, malo (throws Chanclas)
Juan: a continuación os ponemos una cucharadita de polvo de hornear.
Pepe: luego pones una y media tazas de harinas.
Juan : A continuación os ponemos treinta latas de leche evaporada.
Melo: NO! Uno lata de leche evaporada.
Fabian: No pongo treinta latas.
Juan: Sé que tienes que poner catorce onzas de leche azucarada
Pepe: Después de eso pones una tazas de mitad y mita.
Melo: Pones cuatro tazas porque somos cuatro personas
Fabian: No melo melo eres estupido?
Juan: No escucharlo.
Pepe: Va a dormir
Juan, Fabian: No!! Tenemos trabajo por hacer
Melo: Si nosotros no estamos hecho
Fabian: no se olvide, necesita pone un vaso de agua frio
Melo: ah si
Juan: y entonces la bizcocho mezclar
Pepe: Mezclar Negro?
Fabian: No pepe(slaps with shoe-haha)
Fabian: pone mezclar amarillo
Juan: necesitamos petróleo de vegetales(picks up lighter fluid)
Melo: No! No se pone líquido de encendedor
cJuan: pero no es líquido de encendedor, es de vegetales
Pepe: Huele lo
Juan: Huele Horrible,
Pepe: escuchar la próxima vez.
Melo: no sé memoria la último vez
Fabian: Juan, tú quemaste el casa enteró . Cual es el siguiente paso.
Juan: No me acuerdo.
Pepe: Obtener la de crema de leche batida.
Melo: No, voy a.
Juan: Melo mezclar los ingredientes por favor.
Pepe:¿Qué puedo hacer?
Melo: Obtenga una taza de agua.y pongo en la tasa1
Fabian: mezclar todo junto, para uno minuto
Juan: Fabian programar el horno a trecenta cincuent degrees.
Pepe: Ponga el pastel en para veinticinco minutos
Melo: espere entonces le dejan enfriarse para viente minutos.
Fabian: Poner en la nevera para tres horas.
All: Finalmente usted come el delicioso pastel.
Jesús: Dios Mios llego tarde para la fiesta.
Jevon: María,María despiértate ahora, llegamos tarde.
Cristina: Mamá estoy mucho cansado.
Jesús: María Catalina González no te acuestes. Levántate María y dúchate rápidamente.
Cristina: Puedo cepillo los dientes primero?
Jesús: Sí Sí, después cepíllate el pelo.
Diez minutos más tarde.
Cristina: Mamá ir a báñete.
Jesús: Vístate antes de salir.
María de entrar en la habitación de mamá.
Jesús: María hace tu maquíllate.
Maria’s come into mom’s room
Cristina: Bien después de sécate y peínate mí pelo.
Jesús: Luego Luego, tenemos prisa.
Cristina: No después de sécate y peínate mi pelo más tarde, por favor ahora.
Cristina: Dices todos los dias.
Jesús: No sécate el pelo ahora, somos tarde
Jesús: Lávate la cara rápido, necesitamos ir.
Cristina: Voy a terminar pronto y afeítate las piernas.
Jesús: No seas grosero.
Cristina: Lo siento
Jesús: Qué vas a llevar?
Cristina: Va a llevar el vestido azul y blanco a rayas de seda con mangas cortas.
Jesús: No No No
Jesús: lleve el vestido rojo de cuero corto con lunares.
Cristina: Bien, es un vestido bonito. Me visto ahora.
Cristina: Dónde están mis zapatillas
Jesús: No ponga zapatillas, lleve los talones de plata
Cristina: No me gusta las zapatillas rojos.
Jesús: No llevas las zapatillas rojas.
Jesús: Voy a la fiesta sin tú
Cristina: Por qué No me deja
Jesús: Adios Maria
Hija, yo voy a salir por la mañana para el trabajo. Tengo una lista. Lee esta y haz todo en la lista. Voy a estar aquí la semana que viene.
Vale, mamá. Voy a ser chica buena.
Las chicas besaron.
Buenas noches, mi corazón.
Buenas noches, mamá. Voy hasta luego.
Mamá salió, pero ella dejó una nota, ella leer: ¨Angélica. Primero: recorda, no corre en la casa, tú haces eso a menudo!
Después de despertarse, dúchate y lávate el pelo. Después de lavarse el pelo, peinarse el pelo. ¡Cepíllate los dientes durante dos minutos, no te apures!
Despúes ayuda Papá con cocinar.
En la escuela, estudia duro! No seas boba!
No vengas casa tarde!
Ve a práctica del canto.
Por último: No vayas a dormir! En serio, acuéstate antes a la medianoche.
Angélica escuchó a reglas de la mamá.
Cuando mamá vino casa, ella fue muy feliz por Angélica.
Born in Woodmere, New York on May 22, 1930 to Lithuanian parents William and Minerva. Both William and Minerva severed in the United States Navy. Milk was little brother to Robert Milk. The Milk's played an essential role in their community and even opened their own synagogue.When attending Bay Shore High School in Bay Shore, New York, Milk was involved with numerous clubs. Some of which being opera, football, drama, journalism and basketball. It was while attending high school at Bayshore High School, that he realized he was gay.
After graduating, in 1947 Milk went to college at New York State College(now known as State University of New York at Albany) where he majored in mathematics. Here, he also produced a weekly column for the campus paper where he would ask questions involving the issues of diversity and reflected upon them with the lens of the recently-fought World War II.
In 1951 after graduating from college, Harvey, like his parents before him, joined the United States Navy during the Korean War. He served for four years and was honorably discharged with the rank of lieutenant junior grade.
Up to the year of 1972, Milk had been in multiple relationships, one even lasting six years and had multiple jobs in various places including a teacher in Long Island, a researcher on Wall Street and a statistician in New York. In the year of 1972 Milk moved to San Francisco and met Scott Smith. They traveled some but ended back in San Francisco in 1973, where they opened a camera shop on Castro Street with their remaining money, where they lived upstairs. It was called Castro Camera.
Although, Milk ran for public office positions four times between the years 1970 and 1978, his first public political experience wasn’t for the elections, it was for boycotting. Milk successfully gotten the gay community to boycott Coors Beer. The boycott was because of Coors’ “antagonistic attitude.”After the boycott was successful, he had more or less, given himself the name, “Mayor of Castro Street.” It was the first time that he showed the city of San Francisco what he was capable of and the great leader that he was capable of being.With his first run, Milk had a lot of expectations to help everyone in every way but not enough votes to pull it off. Out of 32 candidates though, Milk came in tenth. The positive outcome encouraged him to run again in 1975.
Milk tried to change his image in order to win the q975 election, but it did not work out in his favor. He received more votes, but it still wasn’t enough. Following that, he ran for California State Assembly against Art Agnos but lost then too.But then hope came in the 1978 election. This time around Milk hired a new campaign manager Anne Kronenberg. Anne was a lesbian who got into contact with Harvey through a friend and jumped at the opportunity to make a difference and lead Milk’s campaign. She was able to many of the newspapers in the area to support Milk’s campaign, allowing their popularity to grow. Also the borders of the district Milk was running for widened to included the sections of the community that contained a large population of LGBTQ that were eager to vote in Milk’s favor. Because of theses two elements Harvey Milk was able to become the first openly gay man elected to major political office.
May 22, 1930
Harvey Bernard Milk is born in Woodmere, New York.
Harvey attends Bay Shore High School
Discovers he is gay
Harvey attends New York State Teachers College at Albany and earns a degree in Mathematics.
Harvey serves in the Navy
Is honorably discharged
Milk begins working in a Wall Street investment firm
Harvey and his boyfriend move to the Castro in San Francisco
Harvey opens Castro Camera with Scott.
Harvey leads the Teamsters union in a boycott against Coors
Harvey runs for supervisor for the first time.
November 8, 1977
Milk is elected to the Board of Supervisors for District 5 in his fourth run for elected office. He is the first openly gay man elected to public office in the United States.
November 27, 1978
- Dan White assassinates Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone at City Hall.
Noah: Hola. (1)
Ajanae: Hola. (1)
Noah: Bienvenido a clase de bailar. Nosotros tenemos muchos pasos para ti hoy. (2)
Noah: Carlito, baile antes? (2)
Ajanae: Si, y tu? (3)
Noah: Si. (3)
Ajanae: Bien, Nosotros vamos a enseñar tu como bailar de salsa. (4)
Noah: No sé preocuparse, es muy fácil. (4)
Ajane: Primero, ponas su izquierda pie la parte delantera. (5)(1 positive)
Noah: No se mueva duro. (5)(1 negative)
Noah: Y mueva su caderas. (6)(2 positive)
Ajanae: Próximo, meca respaldo en su derecho pie.(6)(3 positive)
Noah: Próximo, apartese respaldo con izquierda pie. (7)(4 positive)
Ajanae: Entonces, mueva peso en pie izquierda. (7)(5 positive)
Noah: No se mueva su caderas (8)(2 negative)
Ajanae: Mueva paso en pie derecho. (8)(6 positive)
Noah: Bailar es diversion. (9)
Ajanae: Correcto! (9)
Ajanae: Ahora, mueva hacia adelante con pie derecho. (10)(7 positive)
Noah: No obtena confundido. Es mucho facil. (10)(3 negative)
Ajanae: Meca respaldo en su pie izquierda. (11)(8 positive)
Noah: Mueva respaldo con pie derecho. (11) (9 positive)
Ajanae: Nosotros terminado. (12)
Noah: Salsa es mucho facil y diversion. (12)
Ajanae: Recordar, no baile difícil en su dedo del pie. (13)(4 negative)
Noah: Baile muy ligero. (13)(10 positive)
Ajanae: También, no se mueva básico. (14) (5 negative)
Noah: Sume un poco don. (14)
Ajanae: Nosotros esperamos tu tienes mucho diversión. (15)
Noah: Gracias, adios! (15)
Ajanae: Adios! (16)
¡Hola! Soy Angélica y bienvenido a “Comida con Angélica!” Hoy, vamos a hacer plátanos fritos. ¡Ellos son muy simple hacer y único toman diez minutos. ¡Vámonos!
Primero, pela los plátanos y asegúrese ellos son maduro.
Luego, corta el plátano en trozos pequeños. No hagas ellos demasiado pequeño o grande.
Próximo, pon un poco de aceite de oliva en su sartén y prenda su quemador en fuego medio.
Una vez el aceite es en el sartén y es muy caliente, pon los plátanos en uno tras otro. ¡Cuidado¡ Este parte es peligroso porque el aceite puede quemar tú.
Después de ponerse los plátanos en el sartén, freír los plátanos por tres minutos en cada lado. ¡No quemes ellos!
Mientras espera, prepara un plato con una toallita de papel para cuando ellos son terminado. Este es absorber el aceite exceso. ¡No pongas el aceite exceso del sartén en el lavabo!
Toma los plátanos terminados del sartén y pon ellos en el plato.
Por último, añade sal y pimiento para el sabor. ¡No añades mucha sal!
¡Eso es todo! Ten divertida hace este plato delicioso. ¡Adios!