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"abrahams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"I'm sure are on the diaper apple. All the other subsequent stuff that we know about today and really emerged. How did you get him on. Akita genyk died. I mean a clinical ketogenic diet is a tremendous amount of fat. And then at that time there wasn't a lot of stuff out there now the products you can take nowadays but they didn't have the conveniences back then so we just like feeding them like bacon and oil and stuff pretty much there was. We were very lucky in that. There was a dietitian at johns hopkins. Who is acting in the early nineties verge of verge of retiring but she was still there when children on the diet and so she was there during the hey day of the first one. The diet for plus he was developed in the twenties thirties forties fifties stuff like that. It was an early intervention. First things they try because there were no dogs or very few drugs. So and mrs kelly. The dietitian was at hopkins. When we took charlie there. So she'd been. She had forty years of experience with kids on akita jennifer back then and so he would literally fats us meal plan. We stayed when we initiate the we stay in baltimore for about a week that the we came home and she would fax us meal plans on cheap. But you're right. It was bayton. You know to graham's bacon. Lots of heavy whipping cream is it. Had her heavy fat contact the thing. That's sort of been so many changes since. Then the there's no food labelling in the early nine. Now yeah right so so everything had to be weighed and measured this whole gram scale and we're adding wild to everything. Plus he was a picky eater. Slow it would take forever. It seems to get the way from the very hungry kind of thing. You didn't have the luxury the fed three meals a day. You know because you want him. His level of tells us to to grant so there was it was right and there was nancy would go to health food stores and just look for anything that had no sugar and pasted these. Every there wasn't much so it was in. There's a ladder like hot dogs. Eat cheese grocery store. Has i think eighty percent of what's in the grocery store sugar in it. Yes even the bacon and some of them means that you get so. I just saw some sort of talk about that. There are six hundred thousand processed food products in the united states today in eighty percent or load washer. and it's owned by like six or seven company right. Watch the only thing. yeah yeah. It's incredible we're up against when it comes to our health and nutrition. It makes it very makes it very difficult. What have you seen with your research and with charlie foundation and bringing this bringing the keto diet to just get a lot more attention. What have you seen it. Also be able to help as it. Have you seen it be effective with a type. One diabetes type two diabetes. Have you seen it be effective for any other types of disease when it concerns. Yeah can i just backtrack one of the things. I discovered why. The ketogenic guide is underutilized. Is that physicians and even dietitian put. Decisions are not taught nutrition and diet therapy for me. That was like a mind born. How could you narrate teach. I mean this is all about what we eat for all of us. Even when you're in the hospital they feed you crappy when you're there because your heart or something sense. I know it for me. That was a real. What when you start to understand and appreciate the forces at work that are trying to talk his out of a healthy diet. That's that's for me. That was a powerful part of the learning curve in when you learn the influence ignorant of physicians when you learn the power of drug companies medical device companies when you learn that. Some hospitals approved new protocols not because based on revenue generating before efficacy. In when you learn that hospitals have trouble getting reimbursement for trained qizheng dietitians. I mean there's a water force is who don't want this information out there. I remember my dad was very sick. He was in hospital for like seventy days and as he was there in jamaica clean hospital. I spoke with one of his doctors and the doctor. Like you know. I heard so much about you from your mother. He's like. I'm glad you're finally here. Because i wanted to ask you a bunch of questions about nutrition. I was like how is this possible. I was asking questions about like. Of course i studied it. And i research it because i'm into fitness and i like training and all that but i don't have any letters in front or behind my name for anything and they. They only took one nutrition. Course is what the some of the physicians were mentioning the me the first semester and there was no wasn't really a huge focus. I became friendly with a guy named tom. Monahan who is a physician an emergency room doctor in his daughter had bad epilepsy and he went to the same drill. The most of us go through taken his daughter. Trying all these medicines on his daughter and it didn't work and so finally he got a ketogenic diet. And put her mallory on the diet. And i think when last we talked he'd been a seizure free for over five hundred days and as part of his job as an emergency room physician. What he does is he travels around the united states in lectures other emergency room physicians about emergency room protocol stuff so because of his daughters experience with the diet and he's added two slides to his presentation and i've been at a couple of they'll be like a one hundred physicians in the audience watching him present stuff and he's added two slides role on. How many of you physicians in the audience ever heard of a ketogenic diet and his guests them into their home five percent and then after that is follow question of the five percent of you who have heard of akita genyk debt. How many know it can be a cure for epilepsy. And no one has ever known that. I always ask people a dual informal survey among physicians. You know and ask them. How much time did you spend in medical school right. Learning about diet or die therapy and nutrition..
Slain Capitol Police Officer Billy Evans Honored at Capitol
"Response being paid today to fall in Capitol police officer Billy Evans, the two young Children of Officer Billy Evans. Crypt. Teddy Bears is therefore Others. Flag draped casket was carried up the Capitol steps to lay in honor in the rotunda. Their father, American hero is lying. Where Abraham Lincoln Lake House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pay tribute with other congressional leaders and President Biden. Your dad was a hero and his partner. It's in your
Abraham Did Kill Isaac With Author Tzemah Yoreh
"San mateo. Welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. Thank you very much in this book. You talk a lot about what you call the original bible. Could you tell us a little bit about what that original bible is what you mean by when it when it was written. What is this original bible that you're finding within the bible as we know it what i mean by that is that it's missing the first story from the logically that was written down and then every subsequent story was built upon it So that's what i mean by. The original wide will probably more accurately the original original torah. Tell us a little more about what that means to sort of. Open up a version of the bible that we have which is to say. I don't know the unoriginal early like another version. And what is that like archaeology task. Like where you're sort of a us. Rq because it seems like digging. It's like you're you're looking through layers and the second question who cares. They're a great sentence or two in your book. So one person wrote the bible or twenty five people wrote the bible like so what we have a thing like. What is it. What are the ramifications if multiple people wrote this or if there was an original source or not. I liked the comparison an archaeology. You know it's a productive one. Because i 'cause the way i look at the at the toronto especially is that it's like sediment that cruise i think of layers as opposed to sources posted documents And there's one basic story and then every subsequent author added their own layer
You Had Me At Black: How Issa Rae Inspires
"I am. Martina abraham's ilunga. I am the co founder and chief editor of you had black and i'm also an executive producer on a needle to the podcast docu series about having baby black. Wow yes y'all she's smart. She abolishes everything right now. I know i know might fan girling low key because i love talking to women who are doing for their community in because you are black on black you look like me girl. Yeah and i'm just like i can do this because i have a real life example of someone who's doing it and i always feel so motivated by that happens to be international women's day you have to tell us. Is there a woman who has inspired you recently or just throughout your life that you wanna share about today. I mean a great beginning. They're so so many women Is a half obviously like my mom. And my grandmother's worst there lessons. But a someone who has really been inspiring me lately and i don. I don't come as any. Surprise is isa i mean. I think it's like when we see what she's done. Obviously inspiring. we're very proud of her. I love her content many content. But i mean when you really think that she has been in this game for ten plus years launched awkward black girl ten years ago and then even before that she was making content. That wasn't the first thing that she's ever produced. And we think about the glow up and lease Overnight successive new realized like no. It's not overnight. It's years plus of making content in dorm room. Where at home in like getting your friends along in like everybody just bringing what they can to the table to support each other in the make like amazing stuff. I find that really inspiring. Because i feel like on the days where i'm like. Who's listening. Who's receiving this you know. Am i doing this for no reason. I she's definitely a huge inspiration and motivator just her story and how she came up as an independent creative
Pope Francis Closes Out Trip To Iraq
"The Holy Father has walked in the streets of Najaf, one of the holiest pilgrimage places and Shia Islam. During his landmark trip. He's also met with Iraq's top Shia cleric and visited the birthplace of the Prophet Abraham into religious events to mark. The trip involved Francis meeting with Muslim Christian and Yazidi leaders, sending strong signals for inter religious dialogue and co existence in a country steeped in biblical
Pope Francis visits Iraq in historic trip
"Francis is on day two of his historic visit to Iraq. Meeting with the nation's top Shia Muslim cleric and visiting an important religious site. ABC senior foreign correspondent in panel is in Iraq with the details Pope Francis on a historic pilgrimage to the birthplace of Abraham. Father of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It's the first time any pope's being to Iraq and it's a high risk trip, the country wracked by years of war and sectarian violence that's targeted Christians and other minorities, the country still reeling from the terror of Isis. Earlier this morning, Francis traveled to the holy city of Najaf on Don't almost unthinkable closed door meeting between the head of the Catholic Church on one of the most powerful figures in sheer Islam, Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani. Unprecedented security surrounding the visit the popemobile deemed unsafe Francis instead traveling in an armored BMW, protected by a huge cordant of heavily armed troops, and it's not just security concerns. 119 cases are spiking here, but strict all day curfews ignored by crowds wanting a glimpse of history in the making. On Friday, Francis praying at our Lady of Salvation Cathedral in Baghdad, where Isis suicide bombers killed dozens of worshippers in 2010. Isis drove the Christians from this town and desecrated this ancient church using it as a firing range. Archbishop Amar was the first to re enter the church after Isis was pushed out what he filmed at the time. Is on the left on the right What it looks like today the holy father, who will be the fiercest person who will play After the liberation off rebuilding the church.
Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric hold historic meeting
"Francis is on day two of his historic visit to Iraq. Meeting with the nation's top Shia Muslim cleric and visiting an important religious site. ABC senior foreign correspondent in panel is in Iraq with the details Pope Francis on a historic pilgrimage to the birthplace of Abraham. Father of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It's the first time any pope's being to Iraq and it's a high risk trip, the country wracked by years of war and sectarian violence that's targeted Christians and other minorities, the country still reeling from the terror of Isis. Earlier this morning, Francis traveled to the holy city of Najaf on Don't almost unthinkable closed door meeting between the head of the Catholic Church on one of the most powerful figures in sheer Islam, Grand Ayatollah Ali al
Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric hold historic meeting
"Two of Pope Francis's historic trip to Iraq. He began the day by meeting with Iraq's top Shiite Muslim cleric, then attended an interfaith gathering with Iraqi religious leaders in the city of or where public a Wolfinger Abraham is believed to have been born. Francis also became the first pope to celebrate Mass of Baghdad's Catholic Church
Pope Francis holds interfaith meeting at Iraq's ancient city of Ur
"Is on the second day of his momentous four day visit to Iraq, Iraqi security forces are deploying about 10,000 personnel to protect him. The pope is visiting the ancient city of Oran, Iraq today for an interfaith meeting in the traditional birthplace of Abraham, CBS news correspondent Chris Lifts A is traveling with the pope. Ancient city of war is said to be the birthplace of Abraham of the Old Testament. Today. It's the scene of a historic meeting with Pope Francis and members of three world religions that all call him their patriarch. Most TV dad is to me smooth hostility, extremism and violence are not born of a religious heart, he said. Their betrayals of religion there, The man they're overcoming such betrayals is a key theme of Francis's visit to Iraq. First of any pontiff as he witnesses the country's minority Christian community among the oldest on Earth dwindle amid decades of sectarian unrest. The pope also visiting a Baghdad church, where extremist gun down worshippers back in October of 2010
Pope holds historic meeting with Shiite cleric in Iraq, visits Abraham's birthplace
"Cleric has led to a declaration by the country's prime minister, March 6th is now a national day of tolerance and co existence. The two religious leaders attended an inter religious gathering today at the traditional birthplace of Abraham, who is revered by Muslims, Jews and Christians. America's listening to Fox News
Iraq declares March 6 as day of tolerance after Pope and Sistani meeting
"And Historic Meeting between Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric has led to a declaration by the country's prime minister, March 6th is now a national day of tolerance and co existence. The two religious leaders attended an inter religious gathering today at the traditional birthplace of Abraham, who is revered by Muslims, Jews and
Pope Francis Meets With Senior Iraqi Shia Cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali Al Sistani
"Pope Francis is holding talks with Iraq's Shia Muslim leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani. In a landmark event for interfaith dialogue. The pope arrived at the home of the highly influential cleric in the city of Najaf that the start of the second day of his visit to Iraq. The talks have been highly anticipated a smart, glowing reports. Today's meeting has been years in the making an encounter between the leader of the Catholic Church on one of the most powerful figures in Shia Islam. The discussion is likely to focus on interfaith dialogue on Iraq's Christian minority, long terrorized by sheer armed groups, and then the pope goes on to or where the Prophet Abraham, Central to Islam, Christianity and Judaism was born. It's a day of profound symbolism and perhaps the one that will leave this trips lasting impact. And that meeting in the Jeff has ended in the past few
Pope Francis arrives in Iraq as 'penitent pilgrim' begging for peace
"Say is traveling with him. It's a trip 2000 years in the making the first time any pope in the history of Christianity has set foot in the birthplace of Abraham of the Old Testament. Coming, he says as a pilgrim of peace on his first trip since the dawn of the pandemic, wasting no time since getting vaccinated last month to visit one of the most ancient and beleaguered Christian communities on Earth, more states relaxing their covert restrictions in Stamford, Connecticut restaurant owner Paul Murphy.
Presenting Our Lives as a Living Sacrifice
"What has been said. Before paul's writing these words romans twelve over four romans. Twelve his romans and the whole book of romans. So that matter and one is a real message of the book of well it establishes clearly that we're sinners separated from god but god loved us so much intervene descended son who died for our sins. We must turn from that. Senate put our faith in christ so effectively pulsing. He listened to this in light of what god has done for. You considering the fact that jesus has died for you and giving you salvation in light of this therefore i urge you brothers and the word that he uses airport. Ibc to king james work beseech means urged plea even back. I bet you brothers and sisters. I'm pleading with you. Present yourself to god as a living sacrifice in other words policy. Got us that saying. Hey if you wouldn't mind could you do me a favor. Gotta saying look man. I bought you with a price. I love you and this is what i want you to do. Give yourself to me. Another translation of these verses goes as follows. And i liked this. Here's what a god wants you to do. God helping you take your everyday life your ordinary life. You're sleeping eating drinking going to work and walking around life and place before god is an offering. I like that is take your everyday like here it is. Here's my career here. Are my relationships. Here are my possessions. Here is my ministry. Here is everything. I have my bank account. I give it all to you. Lord i presented to you present your body as a living sacrifice now. Generally sacrifices are dead so it's trickier to present a living sacrifice. Is i think a living sacrifice might have a tendency to crawl off the altar. Her remember the story of abraham. And isaac. When god told abraham to take his son his only son and offer him as a sacrifice and abraham obeyed as did is they made their way up to the place where he would be sacrificed and at one point. Isaac said he. Dad where's the where's the sacrifice. And abraham said god will provide himself sacrifice and so as they made their way up and late isaac alter abraham was prepared to take the life of his own son in at the last moment. of course dangerous. Stop them because it was never. God's will to take the life of abraham son but it was god's will to see abraham would commit everything until the lord. But here's an interesting thing you know. We don't realize maybe because sometimes in film and religious art isaac is portrayed as a very small boy fact of the matter is is probably a teenager is a young man probably full grown. So i'm very easily as dead was laying on the altar is it could have said you know what you're getting kind of old. Why don't we sacrifice you. But is gwen along with it in. This story is in the bible for a number of reasons. But it's a picture of god sending his son. The father loved us so much. He gave his only begotten son. But let's not forget that the sun willingly laid his life down so present yourself to god as a living sacrifice. What does that mean. It means we give our total bean bodies being jer. Total being so. We need to present our minds. Present your mind to god. What does that mean. Spill your mind with the word of god not the junk of this twisted
New Superman Movie Reboot Coming From JJ Abrams
"News darker is celebrated author. Journalists to turn coats has been hired to pen a reboot of the superman franchise for warner brothers. Pictures and films. In addition j.j. abrams producing the project under his bad robot. Label abrahams previously penned. An aborted superman film script. Twenty years ago called superman fly by hannam and gallo will also serve as producer on this new incarnation. There are no story or cast attachments. As yet
Bristol's Jewish students fight for their University's reputation
"Hi my name is. And i'm a final year english literature student at the university of bristol. And my spare time. I also freelance. And i've written articles for the telegraph the times the independent huffington post what is regional papers and i also am features editor of the top bristol So the last two years being jewish student has been quite hard at university of bristol as a result of elektra a sociology professor called professor dave Because in his class he teaches and matic conspiracy theories about jewish organizations. He has a lecture in his home against powerful module where he accuses zionism as being one of the five pillars phobia and he implies using this sort of weighed conspiratorial web that israel on british jewish organizations have a malign influence on british government. And sort of in that slide. He touches on a series of consoles tropes about jewish people and two years ago. My best friend nina freedman. Who was then president of bristol. Jason is now you diaz president-elect made a complaint against david miller on years later in the university still hasn't done anything about it and hasn't advised or supported jewish students in any way but the situation picked up again. I'm a week or two weeks ago. Because david millar appeared in a video where he said that zionism we must cool front end design. Ism were in. He touched on several of the anti semitic tropes of course it really is of course some people into target to join us at in relation to this community in particular done. This through interfaith were pretending that jesus was working together. We'll be an apolitical way of countries. Ism stylings though. It's is the horse for normalizing zionism in the community. I in islamic mosque for example where. The mosque unknowingly held this project of chicken soup with a together. This is really backed project to normalize is within the muslim community. And they're doing that time. During the attack on cobra on this sort of started a new upper on twitter and reaganite hit the movement to get david miller removed from bristol. University campus clinician nasty. Seeing jews everywhere even in loction soup made in mosques while bashing corbin the share arrogance of this man and in one glib soundbite he opposes generations and generations of jewish teaching centuries of daily prayers which users sites to return to. Zion is car us special envoy in combating antisemitism until january. Twenty twenty one. Sinus didn't start in nineteen forty eight zionism spring out of the first zionist cows. Zionism was born in russia. When god says to abraham go forth to a land that i will show you. Zionism reached its consummation in the exodus. When moses let the jewish people to the promised land and zionism found one of its clearest expression
God is Faithful to Fulfill His Promises (Exodus 6:6-8)
"Exodus chapter six versus six through eight say therefore to the people of israel i am the lord and i will bring you out from under the burdens of the egyptians and i will deliver you from slavery to them and i will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with great acts of judgment. I will take you to be my people. And i will be your god and you shall know that i am the lord your god who was brought you out from under the burdens of the egyptians. I will bring you into the land that i swore to give to abraham to isaac and jacob. I will give it to you for a possession. I am the lord This is one of my favorite passages in the book of exodus because in those three verses exodus chapter six versus six seven eight and those three verses. Did you hear the repetition of the words. I will over and over and over again. I love the structure of these verses. And what they say about. God knows very beginning. God's first words are i am the lord and then those last words so beginning of her six i am the lord god says and last words in this passage i am the lord of the end of verse. Eight an in between this declaration of who god is. I am the lord. The great i am xs chapter three in between this declaration of god's name this revelation of who is sandwiched in between an a matter of three verses. You have seven different times. Or god says i will now just rattled off again. I will bring you out from under the burdens of egypt. I will deliver you from slavery to them. I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with great acts of judgment. I will take you to be my people. I will be your god. I will bring you into the land that i swore to give to abraham isaac and jacob. I will give it to you for a possession. I will i will i will. And we know scum spoiler alert here. God does all of those things. God does everything he says he will do. And that's the point. This is who got is. He is the god who makes and keeps all his promises. He makes promises to his people. He says i will do this. I will do this. I will be this will work in this way. He makes promises like that and then he keeps every single one of them and this is part of what it means for him to be the lord to be our lord which so just think about that for him to be lord means that he rules and reigns over us. He leads and guides us. He's our lord isn't good to know that your lord the god of the universe degrade i am. He's your lord and he keeps all of his good promises to
JFK's Harvard sweater sold at auction for more than $85,000 at Boston-based RR Auction
"You'd have to pay for a wool sweater these days. John F. Kennedy's Harvard University sweater selling at auction $85,000. Boston based R. R auction, said the Crimson wool cardigan featuring a large black bloc letter H. And a white buttons was one of several momentos from U. S presidents that were sold during a president's Day auction that ended on Thursday, A signed photograph of Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad. Sold for more than $135,000. How about this Ah Lottery ticket signed by George Washington. 26 grand and a hand written letter from Ronald Reagan to his estranged daughter sold for almost $24,000. 6 37 to Wall Street. Now look at
A God Who Hears Our Cries (Exodus 2:24-25)
"Exodus chapter two versus twenty four and twenty five and god heard their groaning in god remembered his covenant with abraham with isaac and with jacob god saw the people of israel and god knew what a beautiful passage of scripture at the end of exodus chapter one and to end the horrible picture of oppression and slavery that we prayed through in exodus chapter one even in light of those realities in the world around us today but to see these words as the people of god are crying out to god for the bible to say god heard their groaning and god remembered his covenant. Now obviously that doesn't mean that god had forgotten his covenant with them. god doesn't forget he's omniscient. he's all knowing it is not in his capacity. He does not forget anything but the picture here is god saying to his people. I know the promise i've made to you. And i will be faithful to that. Promise to mike covenant. With abraham with isaac and with jacob goddard saw the people of israel even that phrase like in their suffering god was not distant from them. God was intimately aware of what they were walking through. These are the last three words an extra chapter two. And god knew so as you read these words as you hear them. I want you to just let them soak into your heart. As part of the people of god and a world where groening and crying out to god is a reality. I think specifically about one family that i know who has been through such a hard time family member after fan after number who has been in the hospital with covid and some who have died and its spin such a hard road and so to read these words and to realize god. Here's our groaning and god is faithful to his promises to preserve stood up. Hold us to love us to come for us to give us peace to bring us through ultimately god sees us and god knows what a picture i just you to feel that. I don't know what you're walking through in your life right now. I'm guessing some many of you. Who are listening to this or walking through hard times. And i just want to remind you for all who have trusted in jesus for all who know god god. Here's your groaning hears your cries to him. I think about yesterday in my time with the lord just crying out in some different ways to god and just knowing he years me knowing that he's listening to and i can cast my cares on god knowing that he cares for me. We're talking about god. Not just anybody. God i can cast my cares on god to know that. He the on nisar sovereign ruler of the universe. Here's me and is faithful to me. And has made promises to me that he will keep the god sees me and god knows me and he knows what i'm walking through. He knows you knows what you're walking through hears your cries and he will be faithful to every single one of his promises to you. So i prayed this. Oh god i pray. Excess to twenty four and twenty five over every single person listening right now. Who knows you who has been reconciled to you. The blood of jesus who is your son or your daughter. Who's in your family. Who knows you as father god. We praise for hearing are groaning for hearing our cries to you
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"Why would you sell it. And at the time i was like look i'm turning thirty. There's more stuff that i wanna do. And i can't keep focusing on this because i'm not able to let it sort of grow past the stage that it is and so we sold it and another company took it on and i had the space to create revision path. You have to enter. The cop headed back. You know there you go there you go exactly well camille just to wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work and everything online. Okay well thank so much meritas was this was also kind of me. Latin latin things out now during coffered. It's really important and this was a wonderful platform to lectuing. Thank you for that. You could sign a lot of the information about me on my website called camille cellphone dot com. If you just go to that you will get all the different areas and also communicate with me that we all right sounds good. Well camille cells on on. Thank you so much for coming on the show and really for sharing your story and everything that you're doing. I mean aside from the animation. Which i think is very important. Just the other underlying messages about. We don't need to ask permission to tell our stories and to also build up this kind of diet sports network those things are so important and so crucial to us as black creatives. It's it's a key part of what i do here with the path so i'm glad to see that you also sort of have that vision and you're putting it out there in the world and making an impact so i hope in five years you've got that land you're doing your own thing so thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it you so much. I appreciate what you do and keep going. You're doing awesome Big big thanks to camille. Sell von abraham's and of course. Thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about camille.
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"He's known for as a game changer. He's he's getting old now. His faculties are all there. So i still i still have to pay tribute to him. But he gave me wings when i came here because i that time will man woman won't see as front runners animation which still is still is an issue. We are not front runners when it come come to mission. But he gave me the platform to create the program university and he's always been a mental undocked. We so yes delivery. Kind of people that i think supported my goal. What advice would you give to someone. That's like listening to this podcast. And they want to follow in your footsteps. They're hearing the path that you've you know basically trailblazers. What advice would you give to them. I would say if you're entering a space that you know you may not be necessarily welcomed because of who you because the color of your skin because of the fact that you may be female and a male dominated iria or mean and a free meal dominated or whatever it is. I think it's important that you wear your prone. One x plane went up means wearing your crown me means that i maybe shivering on the inside. But a moment. I tell myself camille way or crom you deserving you supposed to be here good as everybody else. What you're doing is good. You know you do that. Self talk to yourself self-talk wherein not crying really makes the fronts. When you went into a rule it makes you feel less it. tom's trip. So we'd lose feeling of inadequacy. Because i know we all feel it maurice. I don't know about you but as a black female walking into a room with all white meal in the industry because that's happened at walked into room jammed the only female. I'm the only black female and only caribbean female. And i've had to put crown on or else i would. I would quit law and that is because of that many many years of our war trauma. I don't know if you feel the way that we feel it. And i know you do. Of course you do. Of course you do. But there is doc trauma that we as black people were wrong with. And i'm saying okay. It's maybe a little bit difficult to get rid of it. But one we that i do it is i am i wrong. I walk into that room. Put micron on i walk fearlessly. Walk leslie because your truth is your throat. Do you have like a dream project or anything that you would love to do one day. Yes i feel. One is a film and animated film. Which i have for production by before now and it's based on a character in the caribbean called giambi. I have to be happy. Production by blueprint columbia's to that walk on stilts on until this con- info character got that during all kind of all season. It's always the a wrong and you have lots of children that will walk on stilts and walk around and dance imprint. So it's a story about that. On the local giambi character actually goes a bit because it's a character came from from west africa. Yes it's a west african story that came with us. He sleeps ships that i would like to create a story about about con of caribbean this on about dot com. It's a child that has sam embrace. Its its culture to kind of win or not. Not just when he has to gain back his father's crown as local giambi king. So that's one the second is i've started to work on so it's actually happening. It's an animation hub at the university of trinidad and tobago that supports more than my group studios and in the caribbean but also adopted that will.
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"That's kind of why. I decided to go back and also to. I know i didn't have the opportunity to doina mission in the caribbean it's not any curriculum. It was never curriculum. So i felt okay because i had experience i need to go back and support. Our young people like myself. That will come. My we as i grew older. Who would want to do automation and can't afford to go to london so that was trigger on so now when you came back to trinidad i'm sort of trying to place the time line here because it sounds like shortly after you came back. This is when you started this event. Now which has gone on for pretty much almost twenty years now anime to read yes. Yeah and there's a reason doubt a selfish reason maurice. I didn't want to go back to london right. So that's why. And i felt that nobody knows about this thing. That's fueled people acting doing that. Very very few and not on very high professional level. I felt like when i came back. I tried to open issue then. And i didn't get a loan because he bank manager said basically. I don't understand what you're doing. Tell me what goes on the shelves. Tell me what is your product. That goes on the shelf right and that was when i taught. I'm in trouble. Because what i have is now going. No shelf right. It's very very intangible. And tangible i knew i was in problems then so that's why i felt like i needed to create an awareness of what holiday shin is. And that's really why on emeka rebe punt. But because it was such a buzz and a lotta young people were laughing at any ended up going on. We will be celebrating the twentieth anniversary. next year. Is congratulations thank you. Tell me a little bit about like what the event is first of all and secondly how has it changed over the years all right. So the event is that utah platform for animation and digital media..
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"We but education was very very big for him. That's his main thing so he would see to us. I can give you a car. I kind of your house. But i need to give you the tools of education. So he himself was a teacher. But i think what was beautiful about that on what kind of impacted my life style. He saw that science and art was not an again going back to colonial construct. And i do believe you would've failed out in america too. But in the colonial constructing the caribbean was sciences at what was important sciences. You become a doctor. You become a lawyer but my parents pushed that. Okay your bright. You're doing all the sciences. If you wanna do art it's okay. Go ahead and do the right. So i kinda fell on our on defense. I'm creative artistic. i can troy. Could you know. I can unimpeded. But i also understand technology on the sun how you know you will not a piece of software for me. I just tried once. I knew how to do it. And i think that was because my parents encouraged dock. They didn't pull pull it apart. So when i was about twenty one. I think twenty one or twenty two i left. I went to london with my then fiance. And that's where the animation started. Because i did a teaser. At goldsmiths university and i touched on i touched on film i touched on on immigration and i touched on radio and the moment i touched on a mission i realized. Whoa this is what i want to do this. If i'm doing this. And that's it. From i got into now. Doing mission is one thing but he would that you. You're talking about passion that you're talking about. I think it's a could in my experience in london. I didn't face too much racism in in london. But i did face it. I was put in my please often. That i didn't belong right in subtle ways that i knew you don't belong here and i remember i went into my degree with that kind of it wasn't android. I kind of really concen. That's you know. I feel trapped. I want to express myself as a caribbean putin. But i feel like the system. I'm not sure if they will accept that. And i made a conscious decision. That my phil. I'm going to do it. And i'm gonna use a caribbean voice. I'm just gonna use a caribbean voice. I'm going to tell a caribbean story on. I did a film called the masterpiece that was based on colonizing shown in the caribbean but it wasn't narrative beast. It was you had to dig deep to get a message on story. Basically was about an artist that had to create tools and those wolves he created a.
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"Which you just throw off in the caribbean and then you went on so there is that understanding that needs to happen for us to realize at how much more we connected to you and how much the same way ho slavery affected units affected us and it's affected us in differently. But how are we know. Want to use the tools that we have which for me digital media the design the ability to create games ability to now tell our own stories. Are we now going to use this time to really really meek and have long term effect on i knew this would sound crazy but social justice. It's what i do into in the prisons. And i wish i could talk a little bit about that because i'm talking about the. Yeah so the work. That i do i feel like storytelling is one of the most important elements of animation and design for us as a people right because often we have shied away from appreciate our selves or even representing ourselves. I wanna share a story with you. Where when. I was teaching a class once i gave my students here on exercise to create an animated version of themselves so an animated character of themselves and about twenty twenty five percents of the the characters that came back had pink skin and blue eyes. I didn't have white students then. I didn't have a single white student then but it showed me ended. There was an element of self loathing that needed to be addressed that. Why should you feel like you should represent. You'll beautiful black color. Why shouldn't you feel proud of showing your wonderful tuft of here. you know. so that was. That was an exercise. That really push me to do what i'm doing because i feel if there is self loathing if if i can look at myself as a young man i can look at myself in the mirror. I'm hit myself then. I can look at the young mind are facing me. And i can shoot him. I could kill him because he looked at me. So therefore i could you know it's okay on day. Four storytelling is how. I put those guys to sit down and really reflect and tell their stories right and break it down into into the story. Arc ride the traditional story arc and then break away the story arc because he traditional story i can. Animation was really based on greek mythology. It was on on on. Joseph campbell's story aligning or the gods and stuff. That's not our story. That is not our story but he had that is what is pushed. That is what we see on television. That is what we see in film so there for one we see ourselves and we start to tell our stories in a unique we reject it it. We reject it so. I'm not sure how you feel about that. But i feel strongly about. I mean there are some parts in there. You were saying that. We're giving me goosebumps particularly when you were saying about like self hate and how that can intern turn kind of fuel aggression towards other black people like i mean. There's that saying you know hurt. People hurt people but when you put in those in that context that that's powerful. Wow yeah so it goes in our training while the head of a war game..
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"It took me jumping on a plane to come back and see black people that look at people look like myself and a huge audience talking both talking about animation. So so that's one of the things that i really really would love to get across to the our die. Aspera is hundreds of millions of people that you understand that right. If we really take into consideration think about that as far as is people are going to look at our content. We won't need anybody else if we were to look at our cells on appreciate ourselves. That's kind of what kind of will come doing. When it comes to enemies and digital media. i love it. I love to hear that. That's something that i tried to do. Also even with provisions path. I mean even though. I'm located here in the states and i'd say the majority of the guests that we've had on the show are in the united states. You know like you. In the caribbean we've talked to other designers. In the caribbean we've managed to talk to designers throughout europe throughout africa in parts of asia in australia. And i think when people will look at something like revision path and see all the episodes. They're like oh it's just as monolithic said of black designers. And i'm like no. There is so much diversity and richness in here and there's like you said that dia sport connection between like people here in the united states and black people all over the world and that needs to be made public. I think we want to say about animation and design. Because i don't know if you know maurice. I don't think this is my on my website. But i am originally a graphic designer. That's why i started college. I did graphic design back then. I'm seeing my age now but then it was. It was called commercial art. That's what it was called. So i did graphic design. I understand the principle of design and feary and things like that but then i went on to animation but apply. Those sim seen things to animation. One of the things that we as a dice for have to do now is to not even ask permission to tell our stories that has no more no more asking permission to tell our stories. We have to take what is happening now with technology. Because right now it's exponential it's moving it is fluid. We have to take this and we have to run with it. We have to reconnect. Go back to that diaspora thing one of the things that i also always feel his and it will be good to hear your feedback in this. I feel if black america does not connect or understand how important and how connected we into caribbean to you. So what you go. Through in america we feel it don't take. I don't know that i was up. Nine o'clock last night watching common-law right feel your pain we feel pain. We will on the same ship. We came from from west africa..
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"Ip's which we also do. So i can tell you about that. Process outsourcing we follow that sort of typical pipeline when it comes to our owner i intellectual property that goes short a wonderful process where we honestly feel like as caribbean people are voices unique but at the same time our voices unique on in order for it to be who on the international stage. We have to of course and breese a sort of global approach to it so that is taken into consideration. Even even how things look. We don't want to share a story. With the caribbean we want to share a story sue. So the first part of horses storytelling. That is a major major part of the process for us. Because we feel like we need to be authentic. And i'm sure maurice you would know about that or entity when it comes to our images and voices and was stories that it's absolutely lacking so a big part of it for us. It's about telling that story in the most authentically and of course once we get that we then we'll character design. We'd environ- monday sign is also important because we also want to show surely will that we have beautiful environment. Hindi curbing that you can enjoy annual it is part of our story to it as part of what we do so if you look at some of our our products you would definitely see that. This is a unique looking production. Because you'd see elements of the caribbean here elements of the kirby music. And of course you'll hear what you're hearing right now from me. Which is my authentic caribbean voice. It follows are sort of a typical alarm pipeline. But to me we go a bit extra making sure that we stamp our identity a bit on day. It's that it doesn't fit into the. It doesn't just fall one regurgitate. Gay cheat what is l. They're nice can you talk about some of those ip so we can check about. Hopefully if there. I'm assuming that you have him on youtube or something like that where people can watch them right so what we have a lot of. Ip in nut. Production reproductions each so. We took over the past two years. We've attended kids screen in miami. I don t know about that. Huge conference screen in miami and we did pitches and one of the pitch dot actually did really well was one. Call dumb diy. Zoe this was done by my studio. If you go onto the website you will see a little bit about that. And actually we are in discussion right now with some possible investors to take it to the next level but a lot of things pre-production on you would see short a lot of shorts and a war on our website enemy festival. So they're not out there as boardwalk yet. They taught pre production stages. And what i guess. Does the timeline look like because i would imagine for. Outsourcing is probably a lot smaller or shorter of a time. Line the for your own. Ip's yeah it depends on the kind of outsourcing because ed out different ideas to outsourcing so you can do you can do outsourcing for just in can paint. So if let's say the simpsons all you have to do is color and literally drop in the color right that really quick really fast but of course really cheap. Yeah and then you could. You could go up the next level where you would do. Cleanup which is basically lines are on the character. The drawing of the character and dot dot is a takes a little more artistic element from the enemy toes where they have to make sure the lines. Refined undocked takes a bit longer on peace..
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"A lot of commercial syllabi actually. Doing outsourcing from international students from various small jobs that we actually functioning. So it's a good thing for us. We were able to adopt nice earlier on in the year. I talked to a guy are is. He has a animation studio in tokyo and he was sort of saying pretty much the same thing like they've been working from home some of them do come into the office. I think when. I talked to him. He was in the office. They were only him in like one other person but yes seems like for animation. It seems like that's actually preferable because it's so detail oriented. Yes yes actually works. I spoke to one of the big agencies that the sofa toon boom animation in canada and they said because of this shift companies are now thinking. Well okay we just continue like that. In covert or no covert will king from whole final mission and game and game. It's looking for the industry. No you founded full circle..
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"I am also the founding director glenn emissions do so we are continuing work work from home and i think that's what is happening a lot with animation studios. That's what i'm hearing from my international friends. Who are doing these sort of things similar to what we are doing that. We are working from holes. And i think animators maybe creative on a whole we kind of okay with that. You know we we at least from me my experience being anonymous you enjoy that into law saying you enjoy going in yourself. So working from hall is not a big deal for us so a lot of will now actually is going on from whom we doing. A lot of commercial syllabi actually. Doing outsourcing from international students from various small jobs that we actually functioning. So it's a good thing for us. We were able to adopt nice earlier on in the year. I talked to a guy are is. He has a animation studio in tokyo and he was sort of saying pretty much the same thing like they've been working from home some of them do come into the office. I think when. I talked to him. He was in the office. They were only him in like one other person but yes seems like for animation. It seems like that's actually preferable because it's so detail oriented. Yes yes actually works. I spoke to one of the big agencies that the sofa toon boom animation in canada and they said because of this shift companies are now thinking. Well okay we just continue like that. In covert or no covert will king from whole final mission and game and game. It's looking for the industry. No you founded full circle. Animation studio like several several years ago. How has the company really changed over the years quite a bit. When i returned from london i studied that. Goldsmiths mincy on i. I made a decision to come back to the caribbean. That was a big step because trinidad and tobago. We are oil and gas country. That's what economy is based on me coming back and windy creative digital type correa. Abviously was a challenge. Because that's not what we are accustomed to so coming back with. Difficulty took about previous to kind of get on my feet as far as the studio on after the ten ta gratin business now his name is jason lindsey who had a very strong business background so without sort of thumb partnership where you have decreased if any business it really really supported the studio from becoming micro stew into a relatively successful outsourcing to handy caribbean. So that's kind of how it's moved and now we are. We are considered one of the outsourcing studios in the caribbean. We've outsourced with pro. Hbo's of our. Will you know you see on each be on cotton. We've we actually have a one hundred and international productions
"abrahams" Discussed on Revision Path
"Their goals and what inspires them as creative individuals. Here's your host maurice cherry. Hello everybody welcome to revision path. Thank you so much for tuning in this week. I'm your host mariz cherry and oh look at this. We have another review from apple podcasts. This is a five star review. This is coming from c. Running man and the titled awesome show. Here it is insightful interviews and fascinating guests great. Show see us running man. Thank you so much for that. Great review short to the point love. It truly appreciate it again. Thank you so much all right now. Let's go ahead and jump into this week's interview. I'm talking with camille. Sell on abraham's and educator digital activists and head of the animation department at the university of trinidad and tobago.
"abrahams" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"abrahams" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"abrahams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Abrahams. Protest in east Pittsburgh Friday night, following a quick not guilty verdict for a white former police officer charged in the June twenty eight thousand fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager former officer Michael Ross fell shot seventeen year old antwon rose as he fled during a traffic. Stop the panel of seven men and five women including three black jurors took less than four hours to find Ross feld not guilty on Wall Street, the Dow lost four hundred and sixty points. Todd antibeach news. From the twenty four seven KFB digital news center. I'm Jordan Christmas. Newsradio two people died in one person is in serious condition following a stabbing attack this morning. You're twenty first street and sixty Fifth Avenue. Police responded to a local hospital where two men were left there with stab wounds. Those two later died from their injuries. A third victim was reportedly knocking on doors in the area searching for help and he was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. No suspects have been identified in the names of the victims have not been released to Marysville teenagers, accused of first degree murder in Idaho await extradition back to that state to face charges. Eighteen year old Dustin el-farra when a seventeen year old boy are charged in the death of Eighty-seven-year-old Arlen colour in her polka Telo home earlier this week the two were rounded up by the county deputies and all of hers Al Fara was jailed on one million dollars bail while the other suspect isn't juvenile hall. The motive for the killing or why the two were in Idaho is not clear a student of rocklin high. High school was arrested today for bringing a gun to the campus. Police responded to the high school and learned that eighteen year old Jacob Clark brought the firearm to school, but he left the area. Clark was later located at his home along with the weapon, and he was booked into plaster county jail, Jordan, Christmas, NewsRadio KFB k now, traffic.
"abrahams" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Welcome to a new episode of chronicles of the Griff tres this. We cover the Abrahams Griffin campaign as we head into the weekend, y'all seriously. I I want to bring you up to speed on everything with the election. We've got so much stuff to cover today, including the met Whitaker situation continuing to spiral in DC turns out company he is on the board of has been under FBI investigation and his role as part of that investigation. We now know the no one bothered to tell the president that this was happening not the president's fault. He did not know, but we'll get of course, the media wants to make it the president's what we'll get into all of that. But let me bring you up to speed on what's happening right now, the Abrahams campaign still believes that there are outstanding votes, and that they can they've gone. Remember, they went from. There was going to be a run off to they want to recount to back to there's going to be a runoff. I really do think what happened is on. When was it Wednesday evening? They had that press conference where they said that if they were to get twenty three thousand eight hundred of the outstanding ballots, they would be able to get a recount, and I blew that story up here in on the resurgent, and it got picked up by national media and sure enough and they had said recount not run off. And I think that force them to have to scramble to go back to. No, no, no way way way way. We're we're in a runoff now. According to the Kim campaign, I've not confirmed this with WSB TV. But the campaign is saying they tried to the the Abrahams campaign did say they were going to run run off ads. There were going to start up the runoff ads and that Debbie's BTV turned them down and other news outlets. Apparently did as well because there is no run off. And they're upset about it. But there is no run off. You've got to at least get kicked below fifty percent of the vote for there to be a runoff, and he's not below fifty percent. So you can't have a runoff. In fact, you know, what else? She can't do. You can't spend money designated for a run off. If there is no runoff. And yet that appears to be one of the things they're suggesting other suggesting they're doing it. I don't know that they actually they'd be crazy if they did because it would be illegal. You can't spend money designated for a run off when there is no runoff, and if people have maxed out to you know, you people can only give you certain amount of money for a primary for Jinro for runoffs. Let's let's just say to keep the math easy. Let's say it's five thousand dollars. And I think it actually is five thousand dollars. So you can give somebody five thousand for runoff you or five thousand for primary five thousand for general and five thousand for runoff. So you can get a total of fifteen thousand dollars will if you spend eleven thousand dollars from you get one person gives you that money that your budget..
"abrahams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Do. Have the disease Unless they're Vance's made in cures found this day will. Come for them eventually so we're hoping that thirty, years from now there are enough Going to happen to them And and he's. Not the right blood type so none of. Them could give to me so we have to cast this wide net and we did and we had a. Lot of, people step up I mean I gotta tell you a lot of good people who want to help, and I know even. You we were under show you started getting calls after the show from. People who wanted to write and we we did get about one hundred and twenty-five more than one hundred twenty five people to sign up to become, Dollhouse to to help me. But also to help others. So that's a good thing that's one of the. Good outcomes of, all this but you know we went through that whole process of the wide net and, then all of, a sudden, you know this this angel, as you put a carry Abrahams You know found out about my situation and decided she wanted to help I you know, I didn't know she had. Decided to help until she. Was well into the testing process when she told. Me but she, went ahead and did this and and it's funny I was looking everywhere for a kidney, and in many, ways I, found in the backyard yeah, yeah Yeah because I had this relationship with with with with carries. Mom and dad that had had for years and I think in one, or two, newspaper, stories I said that I, remembered her as a toddler and who knew. That, she was. Gonna wind up saving my life right but but it was it was a journey that had ups and downs, I, mean there was?.
"abrahams" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well i if i had heard the reason why is because they at the time was the wb at the time right yes so the wb told abrahams that they had to have four more episodes because it was like that was what i had heard because they went sixteen instead of twelve or something like that and the twelfth episode was the one that had the definitive ending that had the definitive ending and then they went time travelling for four episodes i is that true is that what they did wbz we want four more episodes that is that is effectively what it was is they weren't sure exactly how much space they needed the show to fill basically and they ordered the final season and the creatives knew that they had to end the show on college graduation that would be appropriate way to end it and they and they built to that and then a certain point of show the got brought on at midseason to kind of take its place failed and the wb needed additional episodes and they said give us four more episodes or five more episodes and and this was what happens this was how they handled the fact that the show had an ending and there was really no pointing kind of they thought you know meandering along with these characters for a couple of extra weeks beyond graduation just because then so when they kind of looped back in time and very strange things and some people claim to truly love it and other people are just confused by what it was you're you know i'm the biggest felicity fan on the planet as you as you know and i was confounded during those last episodes i was like what the hell is going on but when i read that they that they they told abrahams to do the extra episodes and i was like okay fine because i mean even episode twelve of season for that's the end like that to me is emotionally beautifully awesome end and then that all that goofy time travel stuff when i re watched them on dvd i usually stop at episode twelve season four i show that.