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LA council is trending on the internet at this time. Recently one of her audio has been trending and people on the internet have gone crazy to get the link and hear the audio, for they are searching about her on the web. In this article we will talk about her personal details and her trending video
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LA City Council President Nury Martinez said in Trending audio After Racist Comments, Los Angeles City Council President Faces Calls to ResignIn a Trending recording of a meeting last year, she mocked Indigenous immigrants and the Black child of a fellow council member.
President of the Los Angeles City Council faced widespread calls to resign on Sunday after a trending audio recording revealed racist and disparaging remarks about the Black child of a white council member and also about Indigenous immigrants in the city’s Koreatown neighborhood.
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The comments, made during a meeting last year with two other council members and a labor official, exposed long standing racial tensions in the governance of one of the nation’s most multicultural cities as well as fault lines among the city’s Democrats.
How council audio Trend on Internet?
In the profanity-laced recording, a copy of which was obtained by The New York Times and which was first reported by The Los Angeles Times, the City Council president, Nury Martinez.
who is Latina, compared the Black child of a white council member to a “changuito,” Spanish for little monkey. She also called Oaxacan immigrants living in Koreatown “short little dark people.”
What has the political fallout looked like?
The timing of the trend is hugely significant, coming a month before a pivotal city election. Martinez has endorsed a number of candidates in the Nov. 8 contest, including the mayoral bid of U.S. Rep.
What was the focus of the conversation?
The group appears to have been meeting to discuss the city’s once-a-decade process of redrawing council district boundaries, which was underway at the time.
The conversation focused heavily on council members’ frustration with maps that had been proposed by the city’s 21-member redistricting commission, as well as the need to reelect Latino council members.
Martinez and De León were especially frustrated with proposals for taking economic assets, such as Van Nuys Airport and USC, out of heavily Latino council districts.
The wide-ranging, roughly hourlong conversation also includes discussion of Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas’ indictment and what should happen with his council seat, talk of upcoming council races, derisive remarks about council colleagues and numerous racist comments.
Who was present during the conversation?
Martinez, Councilmembers Gil Cedillo and Kevin de León and Los Angeles County Federation of Labor President Ron Herrera were present during the conversation.
As City Council president, Martinez holds one of the most powerful positions in local politics, leading the city’s 15-member legislative body.
De León, a former leader of the California Senate, was elected to council in 2020 and ran in this year’s mayoral primary, finishing third. Cedillo lost a June primary election, and his council term ends in December.
Herrera heads the politically prominent Federation of Labor — a coalition that represents more than 800,000 union members and spends big on behalf of its favored candidates at City Hall.