Live Discussions with Diamond Rivera (Rubia Garcia Edition)
Live Discussions with Diamond Podcast
Season 2 of Live Discussions With Diamond Rivera is starting off its first episode with a bang. The one and only Rubia Garcia, a New Orleans native, owner of New Orleans Salsa Bachata Festival, Social Activist, Educator, and Social Media Influencer. This interview is gonna take you on a journey back into her true beginnings, her road to becoming a dancer, becoming a viral sensation on social media, her creation of the NOLASBF, and so much more. it’s gonna get deep and it’s gonna get real! You don’t wanna miss it! This episode will be sponsored by Sigue El Sol Fest.--- 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/diamond-rivera1/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diamond-rivera1/support
374. Part 2 of our interview with Rubia Garcia. Rubia is from New Orleans. Returning to New Orleans after Katrina, she had an undeniable desire to devote her life to the teaching of underprivileged youth within New Orleans Public Schools. She has retired from teaching to pursue her activism. She has been active with Black Lives Matter for several years, and she has taken point in the protest following the collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel on Canal Street in New Orleans.This week in Louisiana history. July 18, 1543. De Soto expedition survivors - under the command of Luis de Moscoso - become the first group of white men to travel down the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico. This week in New Orleans history. July 18, 1923. "Milneburg Joys" is Recorded by the New Orleans Rhythm Kings. Milneburg was a town on the southern shore of Lake Pontchartrain which was absorbed into the city of New Orleans. A neighborhood to the south of this area is still sometimes known by this name; the former location of Milneburg is now in the Lake Terrace/Lake Oaks, New Orleans section, mostly under the current campus of the University of New Orleans. This week in Louisiana. Visit Kisatchie National Forest 2500 Shreveport Highway Pineville, Louisiana 71360-2009 Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F Phone: (318) 473-7160 TTY: (318) 473-7254 Website The rolling piney hills of Kisatchie National Forest includes more than 600,000 acres of outdoor adventures. The forest is located just southwest of Alexandria and offers visitors some of the prettiest views in Louisiana. Additionally, Kisatchie draws extra attention in that it is the only National Forest designated in the state of Louisiana. Kistachie National Forest’s beauty sprawls over seven parishes offering one of largest protected lands in Louisiana and is packed with outdoor activities – hiking, camping, fishing, horseback riding, birding, nature viewing, swimming, boating, hunting and, road and mountain bicycle riding. The forest offers more than 40 developed recreation sites and more than 100 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Postcards from Louisiana. Fat Catz Bar.
Part 1 of our interview with Rubia Garcia. Rubia is from New Orleans. Returning to New Orleans after Katrina, she had an undeniable desire to devote her life to the teaching of underprivileged youth within New Orleans Public Schools. She has retired from teaching to pursue her activism. She has been active with Black Lives Matter for several years, and she has taken point in the protest following the collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel on Canal Street in New Orleans. This week in Louisiana history. July 12, 1941. Gov. Sam Jones helps open new direct, deep water channel from Lake Charles to Gulf of Mexico. This week in New Orleans history. Tom Benson, owner of the New Orleans Saints, born on July 12, 1927. Also owned car dealerships. Died March 15, 2018. This week in Louisiana. Annual Cane River Film Festival July 17th, 2020 - July 18th, 2020Russell Hall, Northwestern State University175 Sam Sibley Drive, Natchitoches, LA 71497 318-505-0466 Website | Email Our Mission is to showcase, nurture and support the emerging creative filmmakers. At the Cane River film festival, we pride ourselves on building a unique and powerful hub for filmmakers all over the World. This year's events will take place on the campus of Northwestern State University, May 15-16, 2020 (rescheduled from March 20-21). The event highlights the work of International and National student / independent filmmakers and Natchitoches' contribution to the film industry. Postcards from Louisiana. 373 Number 9 Books and Records Nathan Mendez. Ruston, LA.Listen on iTunesListen on StitcherListen on Google Play.Listen on Spotify.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.
Rubia Garcia is a veteran New Orleans educator & historian, an entrepreneur, an activist, motivational speaker and an author. Hear how this youngest of 10, and Daughter of a 20 year Vet, and Criminal Defense Attorney became inspired to stand for the marginalized, and disenfranchised, by being a voice for the voiceless! What single life encounter forever shaped what the rest of hers would be like? Rubia would go on to teach in the classrooms of New Orleans, impacting thousands of young lives, and then impacting hundreds of thousands, to millions more via social media and YouTube. But why sacrifice her normal life for a public one? Why did she take a hiatus from social media for a couple of years? Why can she not sit back silently, while watching injustice after injustice go by? What are Rubia’s political aspirations? And what will it take to effect change? What are Rubia’s desires, and what does she want to be known firstname.lastname@example.orgBig Shrimp: instagram.com/big_shrimp_radioRubia: instagram.com/nolarubiagarcia--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/big-shrimp-radio/support
Rubia Garcia, Teacher, Activist and Social Media Impactor joins me to talk about how one post changed her life. We dive into the deep conversation about being brave and moments of impact.Follow Rubia Garcia on social media platforms:Facebook: @Rubia GarciaInstagram: @nolarubiagarciaTwitter: @NolaRubiaGarciaWebsite: RubiaGarcia.com This podcast is dedicate to all my empowerment circle of supporters and patrons who are loyal followers and support this podcast. For more information on becoming part of the goddesses, visit: https://www.patreon.com/Empowermentandallthat--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rita-bautista/message