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Using a Client Advisory Board To Discover What Clients Value Most

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

02:39 min | Last week

Using a Client Advisory Board To Discover What Clients Value Most

"You as an adviser are not listening to your clients and and and evolving your experience based on that feedback. Then you run the risk of losing relevance to to folks. Let's let's even take that. Would that one one step farther. Which is an. I'm going to play devil's advocate here to to gently poke in the eye but stephen come on. They all say that their client driven they are always had the fiduciary they have the best best interest of their clients. They're always listening to clients but most of them don't because they don't do the one thing that you do as your major feedback originating source. So let's talk about that. Yeah it's and it's ask right. It's and you're you're specifically talking about advisory boards. You think your client driven okay great. When was the last time you systematically ask people what's most valuable about our relationship of all the things we do for you the services and how we do them what's most valuable and still as an alarmingly. Small percentage of advisers can can answer that. Yes and here's what they said. Dude i remember bringing up advisory councils which is what i used to call you. Call it advisory boards. When i was a coach in in so out of the thirty so i people that i was actively coaching. I probably did four or five of them. In united spent lots of time by the way even i our friends and we talk and we talk about a lot of this stuff and in the fear is is the largest thing. They're absolutely terrified that their clients are going to say that they're not happy. But don't you wanna know that do well. Yeah but yeah i. If they feel that way wouldn't you want to know because whether you know or not. It's kinda like it's like the little kid now. This is going to go out audio. So people can't see but i'm gonna put my hands over my face. It's like the little kid going. You can't see me right. There's still thinking it but here's the point. It's they're not unhappy with you. You got all their money. They wouldn't do that if they were unhappy with what they got so cut it out. Stop being insecure. it's you know it's they love you and the hard the hard part. The challenge of an advisory board is getting some constructive feedback. People are worried about. All they're going to say something bad in front of other clients. the hard part is getting critical feedback out of them because they don't want to say the the hard stuff but it's more it's more it's more critical than ever because we talk about. What kind of competition are we going to get from. Amazon google and facebook and those kinds of things. You know what dude. You're already competing with amazon. And it's not because they're doing a robo advice but it's because they're resetting expectations of clients.

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Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody

News, Traffic and Weather

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody

"For his life in the ICU right now another face to judge Friday for the first time. This was after that shootout in front of a key. Caruso, the middle school in South Seattle. Almost Cole Miller on the steps of AKI Karoshi Middle School of violent clash between two teenagers. Seattle police say a 14 year old boy began shooting at a 17 year old. He then fired back. The 17 year old now in critical condition at Harborview, and then we heard the sirens and said, Yeah, those were gunshots. It's just very discouraging. As for the 14 year old, he's been booked for assault and unlawful possession of a firearm going before a judge. Despite the defense, asking, he be released with an electronic home monitoring device to his father. That judge declined the conversation about gun violence in Seattle, picking up yet again. The city seeing a surge and shootings this year. It's a tragedy all the way around. These were both Children. Aaron Goodman is with the South Precinct Advisory Council in the wake of a deadly weekend. Last month, a rash of shootings turned homicides. She says she's heard from the mayor just a handful of times, but I didn't hear a plan of action. I didn't hear these are the next steps, and that's what I'm waiting to hear. Investment in youth programs continues, and so do some calls for more police. But in the short term, she says, more has to be done to prevent something like this from happening again. This was the first week of

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"advisory council" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

02:28 min | Last month

"advisory council" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Music patio program. As soon as that's ready to go okay. Magazine. it's funny. It's funny because it's like. I been quite enjoying jen evans tweets every once in a while where she's like showing up in a park in a musicians just plain people are sitting around. It's just like it's like hope. Also feel so normal. Doesn't it like it's there's the novelty of like. Oh shit. yeah you know we. We haven't done that for a while but this familiarity of like wouldn't that be nice. I was down on queenie. See other day stole my in pub- there and There was a guy set up with a little portable gig amp plunge in so it was amplified Playing set end. You know there was a group of folks gathered around listening loving that to that music. The world wasn't ending. People were still enjoying their conversations on the patio. People were walking by but they they were stopping at enjoying it. And you're absolutely right. It's that that we see as things are starting to come back to to the normal and there's been a huge pent-up demand for it brent lit if we could go back you know pre pandemic why. Why isn't there. Why isn't there. Live music on patios. You know when we brought in our our amplified sound bylaw in our noise bylaws. That took many many years of work certainly long. Before my time on council. I i got here in two thousand eighteen but That was a big consolidated effort. And when you bring in a bylaw like that talking about You know Amplified sound talking about noise. We have three million people in this city. It's a lot of stakeholders a lot of folks that you have to get on board. It's a lot of different. Industries live music in amplified. Sound is one piece. But you're also dealing with the things like the construction and building industry so you know. And even things like a gas powered blowers that Frustrate a lot of people so it has to look at all of that. There's always the challenge of like where do you measure the amplified sound from. How do you measure it out. Far is going to be radiating You know you look at the decibel level on something like a streetcars that go through a lot of neighborhoods in toronto. Nine in fact be quite a bit louder than what you would find on amplified sound on a patio but but of course we accommodate transit. Streetcars and in some circles there's been historically less of a willingness to calm accommodates a.

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"advisory council" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

04:24 min | Last month

"advisory council" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Just trying to understand what exactly that's gonna look like we do know that step three is where we're going to have live music So we're we're coming up knocking on the door of step two Today is i. Think the twenty ninth. And i think of june and we're moving into tomorrow And that means next is step three so we have we have a roadmap but when we talk about venue capacities when we talk about you know barriers or protection that need to be put in place when we talk about you. Know live music festivals and gathering outdoors We still don't have that clarity on on what it looks like an obviously in a space in an industry like this. You're working months out. You know it's this is not a couple patio chairs that we can throw up on the sidewalk and start serving dinner in foreign beers You gotta book the agents. You got a book the talent you have to have all the people in apparatus that make these shows happened and so. That's the challenge. There's a tremendous amount of optimism but there is still a great deal of uncertainty right now. Speaking of patios brad. I know a a couple of weeks ago in patios reopened In toronto I think there was a power project of having a live music on on those patios a mortgage if you have any any updates on On the success of those in whether that will grow across the city was good question. Kareem and No updates on the success of that because we haven't successfully rolled it out yet This was ocean. That i i brought to city council based on our conversation sets at a t mac and really were trying to sort of bridge. The gap for these These artists these venues but also just mainstream businesses pandemic has been opportunity for Government to respond much quicker than it typically does were taking bigger risks for trying new things. There's a real sort of aspirational mentality in public service right now. So you see programs like active t. o. Cafe te'o in the fall we will have show loved. Yo we always have to have the toronto moniker At the end so that we don't forget where we are but in any case It's been a opportunity to try new things and one of the things that believe it or not. His nod existed in the city of toronto in this great music city as we like to bill is the opportunity for amplified sound and live music on patios. So i put up my with my colleagues at t mac and said you know what. Why don't we try this. Why don't we try and create vibrant main streets help restore consumer confidence..

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Oversight Committee Calls for Firing of Seattle Officers Who Attended Trump Rally

Tom and Curley

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Oversight Committee Calls for Firing of Seattle Officers Who Attended Trump Rally

"To fire the Seattle officers that were involved in the riots that had occurred on the sixth of January. Como talks to one of the community leaders responding and says today we were set back as chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Advisory Council. I try to bridge the gap between the community and SPD. Victoria Beach says. This gap Might start getting wider. I like this lady. I watched this clip earlier and she's right. Listen, I'm outraged Beach says she's concerned. The Office of Police Accountabilities findings will give more fuel to the critics. Now, everybody who is defund and anti police that Here's one for them and the only way to regain trust and credibility with the community. They need to be fired. That's what Opa is recommending, as well for the two SPD officers who were spotted in an off limits area while rioters stormed the Capitol in Washington, D. C. And they lied. Those two Officers live. It puts, uh, interim chief Adrian D. As in a conundrum, you know? Does he go against Opas Fighting? Community activist Frank Kerrigan says he will continue to support Seattle police. A majority of them are very good officers are committed to community policing. But Irigoyen also says that the two officers are not fired. Now on the type of message he'll send again is that it's business as usual with the Seattle Police Department. That, Uh, police officers like these two can do No wrong. Yeah, See, That's the tough spot right? Because you don't want to

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Dallas County Has Logged Only 2 Flu Cases This Season

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

01:08 min | 5 months ago

Dallas County Has Logged Only 2 Flu Cases This Season

"Patty. All yours with us right now. Infectious disease handless director The Global Bio Risk Advisory Council lead on her in times like this now, Because this is this is one of those that just is a head scratcher for Hispanic. Yeah, This is a story of the Dallas Morning news because I could come up with a couple of theories. But I want you to walk me out of him on and that's the story that in Dallas County this flu season They have recorded two flu cases. No flu deaths. That's down from about 18,000. In the previous flu season is far as cases they're concerned, Patty explained. The student police Well, everything that we've been doing all the practices the wearing of the masks, the social distancing the hand washing the you know, um and people actually went and got their flu shots this year as well. We had a large percentage of that. Um and you know, it all worked. And I think that that's a message that we need to learn. Is that everything that we've been doing for starts Colby to is actually working for other diseases as well And we're seeing that, um, in certain types of things like the

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DHS Secretary Mayorkas guts Homeland Security Advisory Council

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

DHS Secretary Mayorkas guts Homeland Security Advisory Council

"Biden administration is gutting the Homeland Security Advisory Council, which provides the DHS secretary with advice. Political reports 32 members of the council have been fired is the administration continues to put its stamp on DHS. Among those removed were former deputy DHS secretary Ken Cuccinelli and former D C police chief Cathy Lanier.

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Records ID’ing Seattle officers who attended Washington, D.C. rally can be released — but not yet

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Records ID’ing Seattle officers who attended Washington, D.C. rally can be released — but not yet

"Officers who attended the January 6th rally that led to the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Even though the judge has ruled that those names can be made public coma Score one. Hank has that update Last month, a temporary injunction prevented the city of Seattle from naming the officers who attended the Washington D. C Rally Co. Moh news is among the parties seeking the name's via public records request. Members of the public, including Victoria Beach with the SPD African American Community Advisory Council also want to know their names. I just feel like if you went you're guilty You broke the law now, though, the scandal Times reports King County Superior Court Judge Sandra Woodland has denied those officers request for a permanent injunction ruling. The officer's actions in this case were public. Still, the names remain secret. For now. Judge Woodland has extended the temporary injunction another seven days to allow the officers to appeal her ruling. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news

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Finding the Right Leader For Your Org

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

07:56 min | 7 months ago

Finding the Right Leader For Your Org

"The managing director equity initiatives for koya partners melissa is responsible for ensuring that quiz commitment to diversity equity and inclusion is infused into every aspect of the firms work with clients candidates staff in leading this work. Melissa applies experience as search leader for numerous organizations as well as for background in social work in staff development prior to this role melissa served as managing director equity executive search with partners primarily focusing on identifying senior leaders for social justice organizations melissa lead or co-lead executive searches for organizations including innocence project diaz community changed foundation for justice society move on southern poverty law center and hentrich martin institute though her earlier nonprofit through her earlier nonprofit work melissa developed a deep understanding of variety of nonprofit roles and organization cultures prior to joining coy in twenty fifteen. She held positions with unicef. Usa safe horizon and cities of service. She also served as a founding core member and program manager with city year. New york melissa serves on the advisory council of equity in the center a national initiative dedicated to creating a more diverse equitable social sector talent pipeline. She actively volunteers time to provide coaching and mentorship to leaders of color and members of the lgbtq plus community. Melissa holds a masters of social work from the school social policy and practice at the university of pennsylvania and she earned her b a human services and theater performance from northeastern university. Well listen thank you very much for joining us and sharing your insights today. Thanks so much for having me john. It's great to be with you. So folks are drew bio and is one of the things. I just love about people in search. There doesn't seem to be. Maybe there's a degree in it but i very infrequently talked to someone who has such a thing my friend. Derek clarke failed. Who from dri who also been a podcast. Guest runs another search firm. She's an ordained. Rabbi every search leader seems to have this kind of wacky wildly diverse backgrounds. So how did your professional path leader to search. Please don't leave out. How cedar performance visit scrape up. Dick place for the start and especially i love. Dr and i agree similar to her and said lord is so many people in search we. You know it's it's things that line us up for this work even though we have no idea and then all of the sudden one day it's the only thing that we can do and so funny thing. It's actually a funny thing. Because i don't i mean maybe there are lots of other professional You know sort of professional career paths. That are like that. But this one seems uniquely wacky in that way definitely definitely and i think it's people think about what their superpowers might superpower. I rarely the smartest person in room. Sometimes the most interesting but what. My superpower is figuring out who the smartest in who are the most interesting people aren't any room and then introducing them to each other and just so you just shared my bio. I've had the chance to be in so many different types of organizations then community based work and national work in global work and in different parts of the organizations mostly in development but also on the program side in operations i. I'm social worker by training as you said i've got this theater background. Which is an interesting and so when it gets down to it. I love talking to people. I loved networking. I love having genuine and authentic relationships and seeing how i can be a resource folks and i was extremely extremely lucky and fortunate when i was at you at nsf usa to have Onondaga as my leader. When i was there and he was a believer. Not you know him. Joan of stu. He believed in creating ten percent of everyone on his team's time to carve out for them to do other work something. That benefited the organization. In some other. Way wow yeah. And and that's unusual. Especially considering he was leading development team and so what we found was that i love recruiting. And i liked going out and talking to people and letting them get to know unicef usa and in so. I was having a great time doing that. But it wasn't. My core job is really a fundraiser. And it was just threw a perfect stroke of fate that i was introduced to katy baton. Who's the founder of partners and she talked to me about what her vision was the work that clay was doing. She talked to me about her values and just as she talked to me about. I had no idea what an enormous sector the search field is and how many variations exist of nonprofit search professionals. But i i just decided that this is what i needed to do

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"advisory council" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:53 min | 7 months ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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These are the daily tech headlines for tuesday march. Second twenty twenty one. I'm rich drop pollino. Tiktok launched these safety advisory council in europe which brings together child safety and mental health experts to help moderate content. This comes after italy's data protection authority order tiktok in january to block users. It cannot age verify following the death of an underage girl attempting a so called blackout. Challenge on tiktok. Google updated its workplace productivity suite to allow for joining google meat from multiple devices a new focus mode event type that limits notification across workplace and new time insights feature for calendar to show employees. How much time they spend meetings. There's also a workplace frontline. Which lets organizations customize workplace deployments and build custom no code app sheet apps microsoft announced updates two teams including private preview of teams connect letting us share channels with and a preview of end encryption for one team voip calls teams is also adding web support with up to one thousand attendees microsoft also announced intelligence speakers a puck like device that can identify up to ten different voices into teams meeting and automatically generate a transcript of the meeting as progresses with support for translation pricing and availability wasn't announced cisco's webex teleconferencing platform now supports free real time translation of english into captions for over one hundred languages. The feature is available as public preview now. Generally available in may after launching an india in september youtube shorts began rowing as a beta to all users in the us users can generate view. Swappable one minute. Vertical video with the short section appearing on the mobile app section of the youtube home screen. Walmart dropped its thirty. Five dollar order minimum for its to our express delivery service available to walmart plus subscribers of the service still incurs a flat ten dollar fee and non express same day orders deliveries still. Carry a thirty five dollar minimum. Walmart says the delivery service is available through nearly thousand walmart stores reaching seventy percent of the us population volvo committed to only make and sell electric vehicles by twenty thirty as part of the transition while those also pivoting to sell or lease its all electric vehicles online and at preset prices a note from analyst. Ming chi kuo says the iphone. Thirteen will offer the same form factor in screen sizes as the iphone twelve lineup but with reduced notch area with pro models also getting faster f one point eight alt-right cameras with autofocus as well as a one hundred twenty hertz screen quo for the reports. That apple has no plans to adopt. Us bbc on future iphone devices or integrated touch. Id sensor into the power button. Gatorade release dj sweat patch a single use fitness wearable funnel swept through color changing channels which are then scanned by the after workout. This provides insights into how to hydrate after specific workouts with support for creating profiles for different workout types. The sweat patch comes at a two pack for twenty five dollars. The playstation store will no longer offer. Tv or movie purchases and rentals as of august thirty first twenty twenty one a service first launched in july two thousand eight customers will still be able to access content purchased for on-demand playback on the ps. Four nps five consoles as well as on mobile. Xda developer editor michel rahman discovered the google tv app on android includes code for a new feature to use. The app is a remote control for navigating an android tv device. The feature appears to only be testing right now but roman was able to get paired and working with some android tv hardware squares. Industrial bank square financial services began operations after completing the charter approval process with the fdic and the utah department of financial institutions. The bank will offer loan and deposit services to businesses including underwriting originating business loans for square capitals existing lending products twitter will label tweets with misinformation about covid nineteen vaccines with labels linking public health information. Twitter will use a five strike role for sharing this misinformation with users receiving a permanent suspension on the fifth strike and finally new scientist reports that nasr's perseverance rover on mars uses a radiation hardened version of the powerpc seven fifty. Cpu the same chip apple branded as the g. Three in the original amac the chip is a real screamer running up to two hundred megahertz and can withstand up to one million rad's and temperature ranges between negative fifty five and one hundred twenty-five degrees celsius. Remember for more discussion of detecting subscribe to daily news. Show at tech new show dot com and remember to rate and review daily tech headlines. Wherever you get your podcast listening we'll talk to you next time and from all of us here. Daily tech headlines remember have a super sparkly day..

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Microsoft makes anouncements about Microsoft Teams

Daily Tech News Show

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Microsoft makes anouncements about Microsoft Teams

"Microsoft announced updates two teams including private preview of teams connect letting us share channels with and a preview of end encryption for one on one team voip calls teams is also adding web support with up to one thousand attendees microsoft also announced intelligence speakers a puck like device that can identify up to ten different voices into teams meeting and automatically generate a transcript of the meeting as progresses with support for translation pricing and availability wasn't

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"advisory council" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Us bbc on future iphone devices or integrated touch. Id sensor into the power button. Gatorade release dj sweat patch a single use fitness wearable funnel swept through color changing channels which are then scanned by the after workout. This provides insights into how to hydrate after specific workouts with support for creating profiles for different workout types. The sweat patch comes at a two pack for twenty five dollars. The playstation store will no longer offer. Tv or movie purchases and rentals as of august thirty first twenty twenty one a service first launched in july two thousand eight customers will still be able to access content purchased for on-demand playback on the ps. Four nps five consoles as well as on mobile. Xda developer editor michel rahman discovered the google tv app on android includes code for a new feature to use. The app is a remote control for navigating an android tv device. The feature appears to only be testing right now but roman was able to get paired and working with some android tv hardware squares. Industrial bank square financial services began operations after completing the charter approval process with the fdic and the utah department of financial institutions. The bank will offer loan and deposit services to businesses including underwriting originating business loans for square capitals existing lending products twitter will able tweets with misinformation about covid nineteen vaccines with labels linking to public health. Information twitter will use a five strike role for sharing this misinformation with users receiving.

"advisory council" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Tech headlines for tuesday march. Second twenty twenty one. I'm rich drop pollino. Tiktok launched these safety advisory council in europe which brings together child safety and mental health experts to help moderate content. This comes after italy's data protection authority order tiktok in january to block users. It cannot age verify following the death of an underage girl attempting a so called blackout. Challenge on tiktok. Google updated its workplace productivity suite to allow for joining google meat from multiple devices a new focus mode event type that limits notification across workplace and new time insights feature for calendar to show employees. How much time they spend meetings. There's also a workplace frontline. Which lets organizations customize workplace deployments and build custom no code app sheet apps microsoft announced updates two teams including private preview of teams connect letting us share channels with and a preview of end encryption for one on one team voip calls teams is also adding web support with up to one thousand attendees microsoft also announced intelligence speakers a puck like device that can identify up to ten different voices into teams meeting and automatically generate a transcript of the meeting as progresses with support for translation pricing and availability wasn't announced cisco's webex teleconferencing platform now supports free real time translation of english into captions for over one hundred languages. The feature is available as public preview now. Generally available in may after launching an india in september youtube shorts began rowing as a beta to all users in the us users can generate view. Swappable one minute..

Seattle still reeling from year of violent protests

News, Traffic and Weather

03:05 min | 7 months ago

Seattle still reeling from year of violent protests

"Seattle In the last year, we watched us some peaceful demonstrations evolved into riots, Destruction and violence. Doubles Jonathan Show looking at where protests go from here. Day after day night after night weeks, turning into months of protests, and then we've seen various leaders come and go, including City Council member Shama so want directing hundreds of people into city Hall. This moment, rallying cries are constantly changing. Moment. It's black lives matter and calls for homeless reform. Then it's to fund the police and raise the minimum wage, public parks and city blocks occupied and overrun the homes of elected officials like the mayor and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. All targets. Various groups continue to peacefully march while a mob dressed in black now remains a constant threat. Representing a violent and volatile mix of activism nearly one year after George Floyd's death sparked social justice demonstrations and emboldened others to mobilize Seattle is exhausted and wounded. Many city leaders remain silent and on the sidelines from the business community to neighbors living in hot zones like Capitol Hill. We absolutely not taking it anymore. Victoria Beach says She's trying to create a united front in her neighborhood. But the chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Community Advisory Council is struggling to find others. Willing to courageously stand by her side. We have the power to stop it. So why aren't we coming together? We need every public official in Seattle to draw a really clear bright line and condemn. Violent acts. John Schools, the CEO and president of the downtown Seattle Association, he says it's hard enough for business is recovering from covert 19 profit losses. But when violent protesters continue to target the downtown core, that is gonna hold back recovery. It's time to stop any. If not, you're gonna go to jail and we will prosecute you. During last month's press conference, in from Seattle police chief Adrian de has once again made a clear distinction between peaceful marches. The ones led by groups dressed in black. They've tied up. A lot of our resource is DEA says Officers will continue to monitor evolving demonstrations adapt and be prepared for all scenarios. So we do have sufficient amount of officers even personally, asked the attorney, Pete Holmes, to get tougher and more consistent. With protests related prosecutions. The police are doing what they can what they're told to do with the courts or are telling them to do, which means no more tear gas for crowd control. But law enforcement consultant Jim Feudal believes the city will remain in a vicious cycle. Until these people are prosecuted and held accountable. I don't see anything changing after all the social unrest and ongoing protests Address. Your success remains undefined in elusive. One thing is clear. It's difficult to predict the future of demonstrations in Seattle, but history has a tendency to repeat itself. Seattle, Jonathan Show. Comeau News update Now to breaking news. We first brought you last

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Super Bowl helps 'shine a light' on human trafficking

What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela

01:28 min | 7 months ago

Super Bowl helps 'shine a light' on human trafficking

"And we wanted to tackle an issue that you're not gonna hear a lot about when you turn on your TV tonight, and who knew we had such a celebrity living right here in the state of Ohio when it comes to fighting. Human trafficking doctor. Marlene Carson is a member of the United States Advisory Council on human Trafficking. She had that term for two years personally appointed by the Trump administration. Dr Carson. Thank you so much for joining us. If anyone knows the realities of human trafficking it is you. Mindy. Thank you so much. I really appreciate you even hosting this show today is very important. Thank you. Yeah, we knew it was a time to talk about it, Marlene and And, you know, I'm familiar with rehabs hideaway, which you also founded. The list of what you've done in this area is really impressive. I just kind of want to start out with today and it is Super Bowl Sunday, and this is a day traditionally where we would see an uptick in activity in the city where the Super Bowl was happening of human trafficking, Correct. That's correct. That's very true. Why is that? Well, any time you have, unfortunately, And I'm not making this a blanket statement, But any time you have a bunch of men, money, sports alcohol Is the criteria. Traffickers Look for that. So traffickers bring women and girls victim from around the country to monopolize the monetize. These games

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Seattle PD Now Admits Five Seattle Cops Attended Trump's Insurrection Rally

News, Traffic and Weather

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Seattle PD Now Admits Five Seattle Cops Attended Trump's Insurrection Rally

"Says more Seattle police officers than originally believed attended the January 6th, the U. S Capitol rally that turned into an attack almost Corwin Haig has more just two days after the attack. Interim Seattle police chief Adrian De as acknowledge two of his officers had been in D C at the time and that both had been suspended pending an investigation. Now NPR is reporting five off duty SPD officers were there, although it is unclear if any, broke the law or participated in the attack. All I can tell you is that it is being investigated. GENEVA Taylor with the Seattle Office of Police Accountability won't comment further. But Victoria Beach is unrestrained if you went your guilty beaches, a longtime member of SPD s African American Community Advisory Council guilty even if you didn't go into Capital. If you cross that barrier that was put up, you broke the long in a statement, Chief DS said he would immediately terminate any SPD officer directly involved in the U. S. Capitol attack.

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EHT 241  Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

EHT 241 Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2

"I appreciate that. Most of the most of the conversations. I have or we're doing wrong or we'll eat but he is helpful to stop and think about. What are we doing. well. I think we're doing well or at least better not certainly sufficient but we're getting better at. We're getting much better at engaging survivors in these conversations. We're getting better at moving beyond merely asking survivors to tell their stories in having them talk about their opinions having shared their insights. Whether it's informal settings like the presidentially appointed us advisory council that helps guide the federal interagency on issues related to tracking person. How he can improve or whether it's individual ngos are starting to survivor. Advisory councils seeing survivors take up leadership roles in organizations where they're not just advising consulting but their employees on their employees at the top levels.

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EHT 241  Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

EHT 241 Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2

"I appreciate that. Most of the most of the conversations. I have or we're doing wrong or we'll eat but he is helpful to stop and think about. What are we doing. well. I think we're doing well or at least better not certainly sufficient but we're getting better at. We're getting much better at engaging survivors in these conversations. We're getting better at moving beyond merely asking survivors to tell their stories in having them talk about their opinions having shared their insights. Whether it's informal settings like the presidentially appointed us advisory council that helps guide the federal interagency on issues related to tracking person. How he can improve or whether it's individual ngos are starting to survivor. Advisory councils seeing survivors take up leadership roles in organizations where they're not just advising consulting but their employees on their employees at the top levels.

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EHT 241  Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

EHT 241 Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2

"Right. I appreciate that. Most of the most of the conversations. I have or we're doing wrong or we'll eat but he is helpful to stop and think about. What are we doing. well. I think we're doing well or at least better not certainly sufficient but we're getting better at. We're getting much better at engaging survivors in these conversations. We're getting better at moving beyond merely asking survivors to tell their stories in having them talk about their opinions having shared their insights. Whether it's informal settings like the presidentially appointed us advisory council that helps guide the federal interagency on issues related to tracking person. How he can improve or whether it's individual ngos are starting to survivor. Advisory councils seeing survivors take up leadership roles in organizations where they're not just advising consulting but their employees on their employees at the top

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"advisory council" Discussed on Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

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Native American voters helped win presidential election for Joe Biden - Business Insider

The Takeaway

05:10 min | 10 months ago

Native American voters helped win presidential election for Joe Biden - Business Insider

"Election, President elect Joe Biden became the first Democratic presidential candidate to win the state of Arizona in 24 years, and one group who played a major role in flipping the state for Biden was Arizona's native American population. According to high country news counties that included the Navajo nation Hopi tribe and to Hana Autumn Nation, where some of the key areas that helped the president elect carry the state and in the swing state of Wisconsin native voters also appeared to have been part of turning that state blue Now, as president elect Biden prepares to take office, native organizers and tribal leaders want to make sure he doesn't take their votes for granted. My name is Leonard Forstmann I'm chairman of the soup, Warmish tribe and President affiliated tribes in Northwest Indians. Under President Obama Chairman Force Mint was appointed as vice chair of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and last month he endorsed the Biden Harris ticket along with more than 200, other American Indian leaders. And as Biden begins to assemble his Cabinet chairman Force Man has a specific request. Appoint a Native American official as the next secretary of the interior. He and Shannon Whole Z, president of the Stockbridge Muncie tribe made their case in a recent opinion piece for Reuters. When I spoke to the chairman, I asked him to explain why the Department of the Interior is so important to native communities. Many of our Indian programs. Of course, they're housed in Department of Interior, of course, appear opinion affairs. Many other agencies that affect any country who the real land management, the National Park Service. And a lot of this has to do with our trust resource is with your land and water. Cultural resource is sacred places, so it's very important that we have a secretary interior that has a good understanding of Indian country and our values and traditions. What are some of the main environmental issues that are most important to Indian country and that you think the next secretary of the interior should focus on well in the Pacific Northwest. Here we really rely on treaty resource is, as we call them or our natural resource is wildlife, salmon, traditional plants, clean water. Not only for food, but also for medicine and also for our Spiritual life and ceremonial life. We feel that a change in leadership with interior will bring us back from the last four years of focus on Regulation and profits, and that's been demonstrated in a lot of the activities the administration's engaged in that have ignored travel needs and priorities in many parts of the West. Native American voters have played an important role in this year's election that has potentially been Not has talked about, but they did play a big role in battleground states like Arizona. What did that look like this year? What did it look like to get native voters out to the polls and also to ensure that Joe Biden doesn't take those votes for granted? Well, the turnout that came through, especially in some of the battleground states, of course, but these votes are great are important in all the states but especially Arizona, Wisconsin were a statement of the importance of Leader that shows respect for the presidential office sacred duty that leadership has when they're elected by people. The hold the tradition of that office important. I feel that Ah, lot of the turnout was based upon the need for better and stronger commitment to the number the numerous priorities that Indian country has I think that for the Democratic Party to honor those votes that came out, especially a lot of the new voters, I think is too Build upon some of the actions that the Obama administration that Joe Biden was part of and growing those and that's you know, getting more land into trust, rebuild our homelands. You know, investing in medical facilities to take care of our medical needs that are guaranteed with under the trust responsibility. You know, investing in a sustainable economic development. Protecting our natural resource is all those things. He did, including a really strong travel consultation effort. Will be important for the Democratic Party to continue doing as they did in the Obama administration, I believe is one of I believe was the best president for any country that we've had. So in order to keep that vote for the future, I think that we need to continue to do those things and also let people know about him because I think a lot of people don't know enough about what the past administration the Obama administration did. I'm settling a lot of lawsuits that have been lying machine like the call Bell on a contract support loss you a lot of things that were very major influential. I think that we need to make sure that people are aware of those things in the future things that the Biden Harris administration Hopefully has in their transition plan as well. So on the week of the

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How Native American voters swung the 2020 presidential election

The Takeaway

04:33 min | 10 months ago

How Native American voters swung the 2020 presidential election

"This election president elect joe biden democratic presidential candidate to win the state of arizona in twenty four years and one group who played a major role in flipping. The state for biden was arizona's native american population. According to high country news counties that included the navajo nation hope tribes and to hana autumn nation. Where some of the key areas that help. The president elect carry the state and in the swing state of wisconsin. Native voters also appeared to have been part of turning that state luke now as president-elect biden prepares to take office organizers and tribal leaders want to make sure he doesn't take their votes for granted the leonard horsemen on chairman of the sukhois amish trod president affiliate tragic north west indians under president obama chairman forstmann was appointed as vice chair of the advisory council on historic preservation. And last month he endorsed the biden harris ticket. Along with more than two hundred other. American indian leaders and biden begins to assemble his cabinet. Chairman foresman has a specific request. Appoint a native american official as the next secretary of the interior. He and shannon hosie president of the stockbridge muncie tribe made their case in a recent opinion piece for reuters. When i spoke to the chairman. I asked him to explain why the department of the interior is so important to native communities. Many of our indian programs of course are housed in the department of interior. Of course the bureau of indian affairs and Many other agencies that affect indian country holding the breeland management the national park service and a lot of this has to do with our Trust resources which are land and water and Cultural resources sake replaces. So it's very important that we have a secretary. Interior that has a A good understanding of any country in our values and traditions. What are some of the main environmental issues. That are most important to indian country and that you think the next secretary of the interior should focus on well in the pacific northwest here. We really really rely on Our treaty resources as we call them or our natural resources. Wildlife salmon traditional plant's clean water. Not only for food but also for medicine and also for our spiritual life and ceremonial life and We feel that A change in leadership at the interior prius back from the last four years of of focus on deregulation and prophets seemed to have come over the importance of protecting habitat and Sacred places and that's been demonstrated in a lot of the activities the administration's engaged in that have Ignored tribal needs and priorities in many parts of the west. One of the people that you suggest could hold. The secretary of interior role is representative deb. Holland of new mexico. Who had on the show before and who is a citizen of the laguna pueblo tribe. Why do you think representative holland would be good for the role while we've known deb hall in a congresswoman now for at least a one term or more and She's demonstrated his Commitment to indian country obviously being a member of laguna pueblo and very close to their traditions and values which are very similar. Many trump's across the nation the importance of place and landscaped. The cultural landscape be importance of our traditions. Our stories our way alive on. It's all connected strongly to respect dean and holding our lands and waters sacred to our survival As an people something very important to us so we really believed that coming for new mexico deb has an understanding of energy policy and also understanding of the importance of environmental and resource protection. So i think she'll be a good candidate for trying to balance those two things in her leadership of the department.

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Former Chicago health commissioner named to Biden’s COVID-19 task force

Bob Sirott

01:07 min | 11 months ago

Former Chicago health commissioner named to Biden’s COVID-19 task force

"Announced his covert 19 task force yesterday. 12 of the 13 positions have been filled with doctors. W G A NEWS nation national political correspondent Dean Reynolds. Mr Biden held a call with his new Covad 19 Advisory council, chaired by Dr Vivek Murthy, a former surgeon general under President Obama. David Kessler, a former FDA commissioner, and Dr Marcella Nunes Smith of Yale University. The purpose of This is to let you know what we're going to do once worn in. And so there's a need for bold action to fight this pandemic. We're still facing a very dark winter. Chicago's former public health commissioner is among the experts joining that task force. Mayor Lightfoot have plotted Dr Julie Morita's selection. Dr Morita obviously knows the city very well. She's a national expert. There's already been some communications with her. Marina was a staff member at Chicago's Health Department for 20 years, she served as the city health commissioner from 2015 to 2019. Also on that task force. Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel older brother Dr Ezekiel Emanuel. He's also been named to that new board. The FDA

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Biden rolls out COVID-19 advisory board

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Biden rolls out COVID-19 advisory board

"Joe Biden is working now on the Koven 19 fight. He's not waiting Advisory board will listen and learn lessons from your experience. Because we know that we won't fully defeat Kovar 19 until we defeat it everywhere. My advisory council also clues experts on global health security and, he says. In the meantime, the best defense is a mask, he said. Quote. I implore you to wear a mask

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"advisory council" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"So now well. The governor recommended that when we are out on our essential trips by the way I was talking with Damon Damon Sasso of course Our big pill owner of thirteen ten. Kfi just talking to him yesterday and he was going to go out on a bike ride and he's like I don't know if I'm gonNA wear a mask or not. I don't know that we'll have to get the Paul Harvey rest of the story from A. Damon Bottom line is you have governor. Jared Polis on Friday Recommending that we all wear masks whenever we go out of the house. for those so-called -sential trips now on the heels of that you had. Dr Deborah burks saying on Saturday that this is not not the time to be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but Doing everything you can to keep you and your family's safe because again as the President noted Nass last week and you had the surgeon general Doubling down on just yesterday. It's GONNA be a rough couple of weeks. this is US surgeon general vice. Admiral Jerome Adams saying well. It's tragically fitting. We're talking about the beginning of Holy Week because well this is going to be one of the hardest and saddest weeks of most Americans lives quite frankly said this is GonNa be our Pearl Harbor. Moments are nine eleven moment only at soccer localized. It's going to be happening all over the country adding I want America and Americans to understand that that Essentially we are going to see some very tragic outcomes around the country meanwhile So Governor Jared police basically saying you're GONNA go outside on those essential trips where you have to wear masks and John. Thank you so much for checking in this morning you can do the same. Drop me a text at three one nine nine six first time using the text line. Oh you have to do is text K of k a two three one nine nine six but I think a little bit of humor is Actually something that we all need colic. Gallows humor caller. What you will But doesn't a little bit of particularly self deprecating humor? Help you make it through any day of John via text says my solution to the mass requirement. Takes me back to my youth. Abandon A- and that is one of the recommendations Sean Cowboy style. The only problem is is that when I tied over my face. I have a strong urge to rob a stagecoach. My goodness that's good and I think we all need to do our best to kind of keep all of this in stride but bottom line is good luck. It's kind of like finding toilet paper these days although I've been more successful in that quest how `bout you bread actually was able husband went out and bought a couple of loaves of bread yesterday. So yeah it's all good but good luck finding a mask. Although I do understand again you would have to check your local. Lowe's or Home Depot. Whatever the case may be That mass are in supply. But if you're thinking about A DIY MASS CDC Has some recommendations and you can use. T. Shirt basically while YOU WANNA double that T. shirt Multiple layers of fabric can even use a coffee filter a coffee filter in order to create that mask. So lots of questions about how those Nash should be used. But if you are. I flunked out of Home Atkins sewing. I mean my favorite tool and you know we did the Culinary Arts half the year and then we did the sewing the second half of the year and my favorite selling tool thus seam ripper. Yeah I'm just not a seamstress by if you are You can jump online. You can get on any number of websites to see How you can Use your skills your skill set to make a mask and it's very simple. I mean it's just to Rectangles cotton fabric Two pieces of elastic and if you can't find elastic there's a hack for that. You can use rubber bands string claw strips even hair ties needle fred source sewing machine. Of course They even have a tutorial to show you if you have an old t-shirt How to cut that out but again you want to make sure that that t shirt is doubled John. This one's for you. Dan Dan face covering stay away from the stage coach. No so method so it's for me to Basically BANDANNA or a square cotton cotton cloth. Approximately twenty twenty a coffee filter a coffee filter. And you'RE GONNA put that inside of the Bandanna you're GonNa fold it in threes. Put the coffee filter of course where you breathe right. Rubber bands are here ties scissors. If you're cutting your own a lot and again you can find everything that you need to know. Any number of Good websites on how to make your own mask and some people. Have you seen some of the pictures of the mass up there on my gosh their award winning to.

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"advisory council" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on The Takeaway

"United states well as i said in my individual letter it was quite surprising to me even with the initial decision to separate families quite surprising how casual the department seem to be about keeping track of the relationships in order to reunify them there's there's absolutely no legal basis for any kind of permanent separation it's true that yes when someone is arrested and placed in jail awaiting trial children can't go with them and i should say there are occasions when separating particular child child from accompanying adults appropriate there are instances of of child trafficking that that the department encounters there are situations in which someone who's not to child of the individuals traveling children have been have been lent rented out rather abusive way for people to appear more sympathetic when they show up at the border so i don't criticize the department for being vigilant and sometimes taking children away but even if you're doing that you need to keep absolutely perfect records so that you can re reunite the children later and there's certainly can't two values that are implicated by that even for people who have just arrived at our borders we need to treat them with respect they have rights to sustain their families and so there's definitely that kind of an element but even if there were full legal authority for the step that's taken it's not required by law certainly not required by law to prosecute the individuals in the way that was done so our main objection was a policy decision and that's really how we have to wrestle with this country we need different policies for addressing what is very difficult situation as people arrive from troubled countries in central america and come to our borders not all of them are going to qualify for asylum we need systems for dealing with that there are ways of doing that however guinness i have in my letter their ways of running an effective asylum adjudication system and ineffective immigration enforcement system that are humane that address the issues that treat people with respect but still could be serious about the enforcement objectives that the administration has and and that are legitimate david martin with the deputy general counsel of the department of homeland security under president obama until monday he was also a member of the homeland security advisory council under president trump he along with three colleagues resigned this week over the administration's immigration policies david thanks for being with us thank you.

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"advisory council" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on The Takeaway

"This is the takeaway i'm tansy vega four members of a homeland security advisory council resigned on monday in protest over the trump administration's immigration policies in a letter sent to dhs secretary kirstin nielsen the members called the practice of separating children from their families morally repugnant under the policy enacted by president trump before he reversed it with an executive order more than twenty five hundred kids were separated from their parents now under a court order the administration has until july twenty six to reunite the families in a few minutes we'll talk about the post traumatic stress some of these children are facing as a result of the policy but first we turn to david martin he's a law professor at university of virginia and former deputy general counsel of the dhs under president obama until monday he was also a member of the homeland security advisory council under president trump david welcome to the takeaway ex very much so tell us a little bit about what the letter said and how you and your colleagues arrived at the decision to resign well this had been building for a while there had been concern among many of us who are members of the council centrally the first week of the administration about some of the actions taken that and that first week was the travel ban barring people attempting to bar people primary from primarily muslim countries several of us had been talking about our concerns then and had had voiced some of that in our contacts with officers of the department of homeland security the concern built from other actions overtaken for me personally the pardon of sheriff joe are pyo the controversial sheriff from the phoenix area that was a another event but the precipitating event was clearly the policy of separating children from their parents as they came across the border i guess the question is why now was there something specific that tip scales for you to do this now this policy has been implemented and then backtracked for a couple of weeks now well it did start coversation started right when the policy became apparent took a while we were there were many of our colleagues people had different views about the right approach we wanted to see if others might come along believe there still are other members who are thinking about resigning so yes it took a while at took a while to to reach agreement on the text of our joint letter and decisions by a couple of susan separate letters as well and the other question is now that the four of you have stepped down is this in a are you thinking you can have more of an impact on this administration's policies from outside of the council does resigning advance the cause of trying to get families to back together what we hope so that remains to be seen different members of our group had different motivations some simply felt that it was clear that that there's no way that we are being listened to here on these kinds of important issues and it wasn't just the child separation issue it was broader factors of immigration policy generally but others of us i'm i'm certainly committed to doing this trying to advance changes in whatever way possible i've been engaged in this area for for several decades i do a lot of writing i'm going to try to continue that and i don't have a lot of optimism changing the minds of those who are doing this in the white house but for this issue to remain a live one during the during these elections and for congress to get more engaged at whatever point they can there's a lot of folks watching what's happening and feeling very frustrated by the lack of ability to really stop this or have an impact on it we're seeing a flow charts coming for from the administration in terms of what they how they want to reunite these families but taking a step back from all of that and all the frustration you are a constitutional law scholar how do you think the treatment of these migrants fits into our legal framework in the.

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"advisory council" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"To the white house as part of kind of advisory council on infrastructure and apollo in other private equity firms are looking to create serious businesses on figuring ways to make money from the infrastructure plan right so apollo was seeking something from the trump administration implicitly and as they are providing input what the infrastructure plan should be separately apollo had a lot at stake in the tax plan and you know a private equity executives in general ended up making out quite well you know donald trump during the campaign had promised to make private equity managers pay taxes at a higher rate and then that and that debt part at attack disappeared right so i mean apollo has very significant interests at stake of them when it comes to the trump administration while they are making 194 milliondollarloan writer kushner stanley real estate firm part of it that he himself is still financially linked to jesse drucker thank you very much for helping us running it's important reporting and you've made it even clearer than it is in front thanks rate prescient exrebel against all right up next year the thing i was gonna talk about before this happened which is another john dropping story we learned about actually just in the last few hours has been a big day and it's going to be a big night stay with us that is the last day of february which usually is the shortest month of the year however this february of 2018 it lasted more than twenty years.

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"advisory council" Discussed on The MILO Show

The MILO Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on The MILO Show

"This though the justice department antiterrorism advisory council and the us intelligence community more generally quite an impressive list given that i imagine you will not very deep state friendly well you know that was all ended the in 2010 when the obama administration forbade any intelligence agency or law enforcement agency to connect islamic jihad and so after that i was fired and anybody who spoke about islam in connection with terrorism was let go but for about five years i did all that regularly with the fbi and the other groups when the universe was made a little bit more sense and so now a little bit yet okay ltd a unit by the way i've was meant to ask you how annoying is it getting constantly mistake cones mistaken for richard spencer day every day i was here first others deep state plumped by the way i'm sure pulled ups are positive so positive he's got he's got the taxpayer funded moves confusing helium with plutonium not switches which can all right i'm not sure myself now many people a very confused by the way that our country's elites talk about islam and the sort of thing we just mentioned with the obama administration banning any anyone from you you know know it's it's not not so that you're creating a connection but drawing the obvious line of progression or can you know whatever you want to call it from this would be huddling religion to they say we're doing this the nine eleven hijackers the ones whose who were plotting the attacks not the ones obviously who were killed flying the planes into buildings they wrote khalid sheikh mohammed and romsey bennell ships and his other can the other conspirators viciously it's just a corruption of islam some business yet islamists.

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"advisory council" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"That it is you know mostly gay bisexual man and people of color who are disproportionately affect and what is a what are the log cabins have to say about this i don't know i haven't spoken to treason awhile i mean you know me usually i go out it's my new year's eve ritual at midnight to go to a tree and say like acquit barkan may yeah jerome at hun sen in silence in the forest except for one shipment and i think it's stairs they stand there waiting for laughs here is who who yup uh her a gift if you're in jared tree yes jared tree exactly in jared's ray was a jared after the jeweler jakub jacob sorry like marley any of its fire so bates common i guess in administrations to change the makeup as the titian joke of the advisory council light that that's that's not exit these not replacing anyone it just gives us everyone's gone i also i wanna say so a former council member named gabriel mauled modern auto who is the ceo of the lgbt and iggy aids group true revolution that sounds like esthetician works in metairie oh yeah please shriveled arce or has been class one of the thicky a so he pointed to you and i think you covered this may be or we talked about it somewhere he pointed to a recent news reports that sort of from the cdc where apparently the cdc has been banned from using the words transgender sciencebased vulnerable and diversity.

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"advisory council" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Okay also new wanted to get us if she whose core well i think i brought this story up a while ago or folded into another story like sort of like how beautiful flower into a dow if you don't want over make says yeah if you're making a pie writers goal and you full never over mix because guess what you get your audio gap comes out like a fucking worm so i mentioned a while ago that uh six members had resigned a few months ago or this summer who were part of the presidential advisory council on hiv and aids they resigned a while ago just saying fuck they have absolutely no interest in in solving problems in creating new efforts in curbing you know saying that not they themselves but the trump administration trump exam sorry gave huq hamstring hamstrung to them exactly that the trump administration yet just has been absolutely no interest in exploring the impact of hiv and aids in this country trying to stop it addressing the issues especially diverse communities like not it up so a bunch of them quit well the remaining members who were still on that advisor destroy right some guy name troy am who was in troy he played the abb's yeah it is exactly yeah i they were all fired altogether this week the rest of them are all it got that acts package came and basically just like your fucking nightmares i think you so much for your serve as unfortunately we will no longer be meeting your work wasted they all guy personal packages delivered to the house for christmas like i thank you for your service your terminated immediately yeah the right before it right before new year's that's terrible timing at least they wait until after christmas i guess right so this dined who who is in charge of him no i don't know must be the it must be what's his name ben carson right no that's hud oh sorry i keep thinking they put him in for health and human services ever does that sony way so dope.

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"advisory council" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Round the holidays usually people are very excited about all the packages that gets sent and received at this time this holiday season a handful of very important americans got a package from fedex without warning that contained bad and inexplicable news from the trump administration of a mass firing and that weird package delivery is next stay with us executive order number one two nine six three signed by president bill clinton in june 1995 it's set up a new presidential advisory council on hiv and aids set up in 95 since then every president since clinton has kept it going rotating slate of doctors and medical professionals and people living with hiv offer advice to the president and his administration about how the federal government can better respond to the aids crisis how they can better educate the public and offer better healthcare to people living with hiv and all the rest of it started with that executive order twenty two years later two days after christmas this year it all ended with a fedex delivery with no warning and no explanation every single member of the presidential advisory council on hiv and aids received a letter from the president via fedex letting him or her know that they been terminated effective immediately now as i said there was no warning of this in the white house has made no public comment about why it did this or if or when they plan to replace all the people they can't for the foreseeable future though the presidential advisory council and hiv and aids still exists but every single seat is empty one of those seats used.

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"advisory council" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"This individual was the number of volunteer advisory council than at one time over the course of the year it was a volunteer position again and somebody on a volunteer committee against volunteer he was not paid by the campaign he was a volunteer on that again a council that met once he was a volunteer on the campaign and a volunteer member of an advisory council i'm telling you that he was a volunteer member of a here and advisory council that literally met one time so that was this afternoon right now though we're learning more about what went on behind closed doors the white house and what's going on there tonight for that let's go to cnn's jeff zeleny do we know how the president reacted when he heard about these indictment anderson we do we know that he spent hours in the residence of the white house not in the oval office but in the residents watching all this unfold on television i'm told he was seething at these reports that's in the words of uh someone who spoke to him they said as he was watching all of this he was expecting some uh some kind of indictment on manafort for this papa dopoulos thing surprised him entirely there was watching this for hours he did not arrive in the oval office for a meetings until around noon or twelve thirty or so simply watching all this unfold as his lawyers were meeting with him but entirely different in the white house was trying to a portrait down below when they were saying look this is not connected to the a campaign at all and it's first sarah sanders saying volunteer over and over and over paul manafort indeed was the volunteers well many people on these presidential campaign's our volunteers in a volunteer capacity so that does not necessarily mean much.

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"advisory council" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"This individual was the number of volunteer advisory council than at one time over the course of the year it was a volunteer position again and somebody on a volunteer committee against volunteer he was not paid by the campaign he was a volunteer on that again a council that met once he was a volunteer on the campaign and a volunteer member of an advisory council i'm telling you that he was a volunteer member of a here and advisory council that literally met one time so that was this afternoon right now though we're learning more about what went on behind closed doors the white house and what's going on there tonight for that let's go to cnn's jeff zeleny do we know how the president reacted when he heard about these indictment anderson we do we know that he spent hours in the residence of the white house not in the oval office but in the residents watching all this unfold on television i'm told he was seething at these reports that's in the words of uh someone who spoke to him they said as he was watching all of this he was expecting some uh some kind of indictment on manafort for this papa dopoulos thing surprised him entirely there was watching this for hours he did not arrive in the oval office for a meetings until around noon or twelve thirty or so simply watching all this unfold as his lawyers were meeting with him but entirely different in the white house was trying to a portrait down below when they were saying look this is not connected to the a campaign at all and it's first sarah sanders saying volunteer over and over and over paul manafort indeed was the volunteers well many people on these presidential campaign's our volunteers in a volunteer capacity so that does not necessarily mean much.

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"advisory council" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"advisory council" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"Trump is the kind of president where he on musk has to resign from his advisory council for how embarrassing it is highly hitch to so i may where's that where's the future with a with seventy five thousand coalminers or what with the five hundred thousand people in california alone who are in the alternative energy better uh as i mentioned before my background is get a degree in economics and ivan mba from gilbert pricly so attend to filter things that way as well hmm and with the situation with the climate change who one of the things that you always have to decide is is when to start and i had the exhaust the same situation with my uh my house when i built my house i had to decide whether to put of solar panels on the roof now they said if you put these battles on they'll pay for themselves and seventy years or whatever it is fifteen whatever and i said well let's uh that's a terrible deal dino weiser terrible deal that i would spend some money and it would definitely pay back in fifty years the answer is because if i waited three years to installed these things the cost of installing them would drop so much that i could pay for them in for less time so economics is not always a hey there's a bad thing common so we have to do you know some obviously right away lots of times is were nuance in that sometimes the best thing to do is to wait for your technology to improve your visibility on the situation.

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