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The Grace to Forgive

Pray the Word with David Platt

04:36 min | Last week

The Grace to Forgive

"Pray the word with David Platt is a resource from radical .NET. Matthew 18 35, so also my heavenly father will do to every one of you if you do not forgive your brother from your heart. These words close chapter where Jesus has talked much about the seriousness of sin about the seriousness of leading others to sin and the seriousness of people sending against you and how to address sin, but then in the end of the chapter, he talks about God's mercy toward us and how a God's mercy toward us and forgiveness of us should lead us to show mercy and forgiveness to others and he tells a parable of an unforgiving servant. Who had been forgiven much, but was not willing to show that forgiveness to others. And Jesus denounces that servant in this story and then says these words so also my heavenly father will do to every one of you if you do not forgive your brother from your heart. This is teaching we see from Jesus and many different places, even in the heart of the lord's prayer, forgive us for our sins, even as we forgive those who sin against us. And I just want to ask you to examine your heart today. Is there any unforgiveness in your heart, is there anyone in your life who has sinned against you, but you are not willing to forgive them in your heart. And I don't want to in any way presume that forgiveness is easy. And I think that's part of the point of Matthew chapter 18 sin is serious and sin hurts and send carries such serious consequences. At the same time, our sin through Jesus has been completely forgiven by God in his holiness who hates sen at a level you and I can't even imagine who we have offended with our sin at a level. You and I can not fathom and yet he has forgiven us, so I want to encourage you to meditate in a fresh way on his forgiveness in your life. God's mercy in your life and then ask God for the grace to forgive others as you have been forgiven specifically for God's help to forgive someone or people who have sinned against you who have hurt you with their sin against you. God, we need your help. We praise you for your forgiveness of us in Jesus. We thank you Jesus for paying the price for all of our sin against you and we praise you for remembering our sins no more for as far as the east is from the west, removing our transgressions from us for not holding us to account for them. We praise you for your love and your mercy and your forgiveness and we pray for your help to reflect your love and your mercy and your forgiveness. In the same way you have poured out this mercy on us, we pray that you would help us to pour it out on others to forgive from our hearts, God transform our hearts. We pray especially for any, every single one of us who holds bitterness or unforgiveness in our hearts got removed by your Supernatural mercy remove it. So that we can reflect your Supernatural mercy to others. Gotta help us to forgive others as we have been forgiven. God, we pray today for the spread of this mercy to the ahmaud people of India, hundreds of thousands of them in this lower cast, people group in India, whom some don't even consider to be a part of the caste system because they're so low. God we pray for the spread of your mercy and your grace and your forgiveness. All throughout the Ahmad people of India, God we pray, transform the hearts of men and women and children. And this people group for their good and for your glory for the spread of your grace through them we pray. Oh God, we pray all of this. According to your word in Matthew, chapter 18 verse 35, and Jesus name

David Platt Matthew Jesus India
"ahmad" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Much like a business and the traditional finance world would easily do that right now. So I'm really excited for what we've got. And I think when we launch the next few months, you'll see a lot of the more successful projects jump on pretty quickly and start shifting debt away from what it has been in DeFi towards what we've come to expect in the traditional finance world. That's great. Is there a launch date? We'll have a couple launches relatively soon, but as far as open to the whole world, I think sometime early next year, maybe at the end of this year, no promises though. All right, we'll stay tuned. How about you keep her? So obviously, I'm looking forward to a bull market, but if we're going to be really honest, I think I'm looking forward to the interoperability space the most, the one thing that we're missing out on on blockchain is the easy way to transact and communicate cross chain without having to go to a centralized exchange. And it is a bit of a bit annoying to say, let's say you want to move eth from one chain to another because you want to borrow one another chain. And if there happens to be no bridge, and you have to go to a centralized exchange, it's a taxable transaction just selling the eth for the layer one moving it over there. And all you really want to do is borrow. You're not making a real taxable transaction there. But it's still appears as one. And also we have a lot of DeFi protocols that are kind of siloed or islanded, and they would benefit significantly from being able to talk and leverage collateral across chain. Also leveraging assets cross chain. And I think as that space opens up and the ability for light clients to become cheaper gas wise or to function through layer zero, like the gentleman from two panels to go mentioned, I think we start to see another significant growth in the blockchain space. That's great. I want to thank you for both for being here today. I'm Michael Johnston is great. Thank you all for attending. And I think that's around for us. Thanks, everybody. Thank you.

Michael Johnston
Top US diplomat in Qatar for soccer, talks amid Iran tension

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Top US diplomat in Qatar for soccer, talks amid Iran tension

"Secretary of State Anthony blinken a self acknowledged great mediocre soccer player himself will attend as America faces Wales at Ahmad bin Ali stadium blinken will also hold crucial diplomatic talks with authorities in gutter areas to be touched on are likely to include Iran's rapid advancement of its nuclear program and nationwide protests shaking the Islamic Republic to visit comes as part of a strategic dialog with gutter which also hosts some 8000 American troops at the Al udid air base of forward headquarters of the U.S. Military central command I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Pakistan plane carrying aid joins Afghan quake relief effort

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Pakistan plane carrying aid joins Afghan quake relief effort

"A Pakistan military cargo plane carrying relief goods for Afghanistan's earthquake affected people is providing tents food and medical supplies Thousands have been left homeless or injured by this week's powerful quake in eastern Afghanistan which state media said killed 1150 people and aftershock on Friday took 5 more lives among the dead from Wednesday's magnitude 6 quake a 121 children and that figure is expected to climb says the UN children's agency representative in the country He says close to 70 children were injured mansoor Ahmad Khan Pakistan's ambassador in the Afghan capital of Kabul says relief goods dispatched by Pakistan are now with Taliban officials I'm Charles De

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Defense 1st, then offense at top of NFL draft, no early QBs

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Defense 1st, then offense at top of NFL draft, no early QBs

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Arbery killers convicted of federal hate crimes in his death

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Arbery killers convicted of federal hate crimes in his death

"All three defendants have been convicted of hate crimes in the mod armory killing Ahmad armories mother Wanda Cooper Jones was not surprised by both the state murder charges along with the federal hate crime verdicts I left here I knew that we would give victory on on the state level and in the federal level and the jury's conclusion that all three men targeted our parade because he was black was backed by Attorney General Merrick garland the justice department has a legal obligation to prosecute hate crimes and as Americans all of us have a moral obligation to combat the hatred and bigotry that motivates those crimes garland added that armories family and his friends should be preparing to celebrate his twenty eighth birthday later this spring not mourning the second anniversary of his death tomorrow I'm Shelley Adler

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Was Arbery killing a hate crime? Jury to hear dueling views

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Was Arbery killing a hate crime? Jury to hear dueling views

"Closing arguments are scheduled for today on whether the Ahmad armory killing was a hate crime a jury in Georgia will hear arguments from prosecutors and defense attorneys on whether the twenty twenty killing of Ahmad Arbor rate was a federal hate crime the three white men involved have already been convicted of murder for chasing and killing the twenty five year old black man father and son Greg and Travis make Michael along with the neighbor have all pleaded not guilty to the hate crime charges regardless of the outcome to make Michaels have been sentenced to life in prison without parole for their murder convictions neighbor William Roddy Brian also received a life sentence with parole possible only after he served at least thirty years I'm Shelley Adler

Ahmad Armory Ahmad Arbor Georgia Travis Greg William Roddy Brian Michael Michaels Shelley Adler
Testimony to resume in Ahmaud Arbery death hate crimes case

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Testimony to resume in Ahmaud Arbery death hate crimes case

"The prosecution continues its case in the federal hate crimes trial of three white men convicted of murdering Ahmad are very on Tuesday jurors heard from neighbors that the defendants are described how the fatal shooting in twenty twenty shocked them they also watched graphic cell phone video and so crime scene photos of Aubrey's body before hearing exams of interviews the defendants gave to police father and son Greg and Travis with Michael and neighbor William Roddy Bryant were sentenced to life in the state's case now all three standing trial in a separate federal case charged with violating our pre civil rights with targeting him because he was black they've pleaded not guilty I'm Julie Walker

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Arbery killers get life in prison; no parole for father, son

AP News Radio

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Arbery killers get life in prison; no parole for father, son

"The the man man convicted convicted in in Oman Oman armories armories murder murder get get life life in in prison prison with with no no parole parole for for father father and and son son Greg Greg in in Travis Travis McMichael McMichael the the three three white white men men convicted convicted of of chasing chasing down down and and killing killing Ahmad Ahmad armory armory were were in in court court today today in in Brunswick Brunswick Georgia Georgia judge judge Timothy Timothy Walmsley Walmsley handing handing down down the the sentence sentence life life without without possibility possibility of of parole parole Travis Travis and and great great but but Michael Michael received received life life in in prison prison without without parole parole plus plus twenty twenty years years and and admonishment admonishment from from the the judge judge we we are are all all accountable accountable for for our our own own actions actions ones ones yes yes the the court court room room for for a a minute minute of of silence silence I I kept kept coming coming back back to to the the terror terror that that must must have have been been in in the the mind mind of of the the young young man man running running through through subtle subtle shores shores for for fifty fifty two two year year old old William William Roddy Roddy Brian Brian who who helped helped corner corner armory armory with with his his truck truck life life with with the the possibility possibility of of parole parole Brian Brian cellphone cellphone video video captured captured parts parts of of the the chase chase and and the the moment moment neighbor neighbor Travis Travis McMichael McMichael killed killed armory armory with with a a shot shot gun gun he he had had grave grave concerns concerns that that what what had had occurred occurred should should not not have have occurred occurred a a month month mother mother Wanda Wanda Cooper Cooper had had asked asked the the judge judge for for the the maximum maximum sentence sentence when when they they couldn't couldn't sufficiently sufficiently scare scare him him or or intimidate intimidate him him they they killed killed him him Nick Nick Michaels Michaels and and Brian Brian still still face face hate hate crime crime charges charges in in a a federal federal civil civil rights rights case case that that begins begins next next month month courtroom courtroom pool pool courtesy courtesy of of court court TV TV I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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"ahmad" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on WTOP

"Go WTO P never miss a moment Good morning Happy Thanksgiving I'm Nick I and Ellie Teddy gellman is our producer just ahead Thanksgiving travel numbers are up Will it lead to another COVID surge Unruly airline passengers getting attention now from the U.S. attorney general We're hearing local reaction to the convictions in the Ahmad Arbery case I'm Michelle bash It's 8 31 Holiday travel this week came close to pre-pandemic levels at the nation's airports but there are concerns now that that's going to lead to another spike in COVID cases The TSA reports more than 2 million people a day passed through their airport checkpoints since this weekend close to the numbers for Thanksgiving 2019 The Centers for Disease Control had urged unvaccinated people not to travel With fears they'll spread COVID from state to state There's already a resurgence Johns Hopkins University is reporting new cases were up nearly 30% in the last two weeks with close to 100,000 new infections in the country every day I'm Jackie Quinn Compared to last Thanksgiving COVID cases are down 46% nationwide cases are down 42% in D.C. in Maryland they are nearly 60% down from this time last year in Virginia cases are down 34% And on average across the two states in D.C. 75% of residents are fully vaccinated now We are not out of the pandemic yet but 74% of Americans say their lives have returned to normal That's what a new poll from Yahoo news is showing 21% say their life is back to being very normal 53% say it's somewhat normal The survey of 1600 adults was conducted from November 17th through the 19th the margin of error is about 2.6 percentage points Attorney general Merrick Garland is directing U.S. attorneys all around the country now to swiftly prioritize prosecution of federal crimes that happen on commercial flights It comes as federal officials face a historic number of investigations into passenger behavior The federal aviation administration said earlier this month that it had launched 950 investigations into passenger behavior on flights this year A new warning from the CIA about Havana syndrome A U.S. official says CIA director William burns issued a warning to Russian intelligence counterparts during a recent visit to Moscow about so called Havana syndrome incidents The Washington Post first reported that burns told the leadership of the intelligence service it would be unacceptable if they were behind the mysterious health incidents he stopped short of blaming them It comes amid reports the FBI is working to address possible cases of Havana syndrome within its ranks Steve Dorsey CBS News Washington Coming up next local and national reaction after three white men are found guilty of killing black jogger ahmaud Arbery in Georgia It's 8 34 as recent ransomware attacks have shown.

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All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting all three men charged in amat R. breeze death are convicted of murder the three white men charged in the death of Ahmad Arbury outside the Georgia port city of Brunswick were convicted of murder Wednesday you have heard the verdicts read where these your verdicts then and are these your verdicts now yes I sound courtesy of court TV your respond regnant Michael his son Travis McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian guilty after about ten hours of deliberation the McMichael's grab guns and pursued the twenty five year old armory in their pickup as he ran through their neighborhood in February twenty twenty Brian joined the pursuit in his pickup and on cellphone video recorded Travis McMichael fatally shooting armory the men face minimum sentences of life in prison and it will be up to Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley whether the sentences come with or without the possibility of parole hi Mike Rossi up

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Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

"It's day two of jury deliberations in the trial of three white men charged with chasing and killing Ahmad are very after the twenty five year old black man was spotted running in their coastal Georgia neighborhood the disproportionately white jury will have to decide a father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William Roddy Bryant were acting in self defense as their lawyers say but the prosecution says you can't claim self defense if you started it and the three men with the gun were attempting a citizen's arrest of an unarmed Darbari they say they suspected he was a burglar meanwhile the peaceful demonstrations outside the courthouse have led to tighter security some small barricades around the building Georgia state trooper standing by the steps and doors I'm Julie Walker

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 Sudan military leaders reinstate deposed prime minister

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Sudan military leaders reinstate deposed prime minister

"Saddam's military and civilian leaders have reached a deal to reinstate the country's prime minister who was deposed in a queue last month according to the deal which has now been signed government officials and politicians arrested since the October Q. will now be released the company's top general Abdel Fattah Burhan announced that the reinstated prime minister I've done the home dog will need an independent cabinets until elections can be held it remains unclear how much power the government would hold it would still remain on the tights minutes here oversights the queue has drawn international criticism for storing what many hoped would be a chance at democracy after the fall of long time autocrat Ahmad Bashir two years ago I'm

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Defense attorneys rest their cases at Ahmaud Arbery trial

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Defense attorneys rest their cases at Ahmaud Arbery trial

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting defense attorneys rested their cases at the Ahmad armory trial the defense rested in the trial of three white men charged with the murder of Ahmad armory on February twenty third twenty twenty in their coal still Georgia neighborhood the shooter Travis but Michael testified for the second consecutive day Thursday saying he approached armory because neighbors indicated something had happened down the road and he wanted to ask armory about it that was the person that I assume that was committing the crime that was the problem solvers in Travis Mike Michael his father Greg McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian who recorded the shooting on cell phone video are charged in the case Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley scheduled closing arguments for Monday hi Mike Rossio

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Shooter admits Ahmaud Arbery didn't threaten him

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Shooter admits Ahmaud Arbery didn't threaten him

"During cross examination at his murder trial in Georgia Travis but Michael was asked if Ahmad armory threatened him make Michael testified he was under the impression the man he later shot and killed well it's a threat but they do not threaten me verbally prosecutor Lisa Donna kowski did the questioning did British any weapons no ma'am depart any guns Nick Michaels is operate was running straight at him never reach training today I know he just ran yes it's just like Michael said armory attacked him and tried to grab his weapon strong and he was we were face to face and be a strong and that's when I shop tape from court TV asked how many times you've previously pulled up behind strangers in the neighborhood to ask them what they were doing there McMichael said never I'm a Donahue

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Arbery's shooter back on stand as Black pastors plan rally

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Arbery's shooter back on stand as Black pastors plan rally

"The man who fatally shot Ahmad Arbor re it's expected to return to the witness stand for cross examination Evan Smith Michael is one of three white men charged with murder in the death of armory he testified Tuesday that he shot armory in self defense armory was chased and shot after being seen running in make Michael's neighborhood make Michael says he made a split second life or death decision when Arbor he grabbed his gun and tried to take it away he's expected to face aggressive questioning by prosecutors who contend there was no justification for Mick Michael and his father to arm themselves and chase armory when he ran past their home I'm my camp in

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Georgia officer testifies he was going to give Arbery a trespass warning

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Georgia officer testifies he was going to give Arbery a trespass warning

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a police officer testifies Ahmad our brewery would have received a trespass warning had he not been fatally shot at the Georgia trial of three men facing murder and other charges in the fatal shooting of a mod armory a police officer testified Friday he planned to give arboreta trespass warning for repeatedly entering a home under construction if you ever come back on this property for any reason whatsoever uninvited you are automatically be arrested for trespassing Wynn County police officer Robert rash testified he had spoken with the house's owner who it said video showing armory in the home site several times on February twenty third twenty twenty father and son Greg and Travis Mike Michael armed themselves and pursued armory in a truck after he ran past their home five doors down from the construction site neighbor William Roddy Brian joined the chase and took cellphone video that included Travis McMichael shooting armory three times with a shot gun defense attorneys argue the three men suspected armory was a burglar and we're trying to hold him for police hi

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Defendant: Ahmaud Arbery 'trapped like a rat' before slaying

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Defendant: Ahmaud Arbery 'trapped like a rat' before slaying

"A police investigator testified in Georgia in the murder trial of three white men accused of killing a black man Ahmad armory Glynn county police sergeant Roderick no Healy told the jury he spoke to one of the three Greg McMichael a few hours after our Bree was killed big Michael told him our brief wasn't out for a Sunday jog and recognized him from security camera video inside a neighboring home under construction he was trapped like a rat I think he was wanting to flee and you realize that something you know he was not going to get away from court TV the defense claims the three were legally justified in chasing and trying to detain armory because they reasonably thought he was a burglar prosecutors say our break was an avid runner who lived in the neighborhood like Michael also told no hilly this guy was he was in good shape I'm at Donahue

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"ahmad" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on AP News

"Presidents dignitaries and family members all paid their respects There was a candlelight vigil for an Iowa high school Spanish teacher killed allegedly by two students our Mike Gracia reports Court hearings are set for next week for two Iowa 16 year olds charged with murder in the death of a high school Spanish teacher 66 year old mohi graber was reported missing Tuesday Her remains were found at a park later that day Police in California say they've caught the so called clover leaf rapist tracked down through DNA technology The weekend brings the end of daylight saving time This is AP news The Georgia trial for three men charged with killing Ahmad Arbery last year starts out with racial overtones In her opening statement prosecutor lynda donakowski said a series of assumptions and driveway decisions triggered the attack on the 25 year old black man This is the emergency ladies and gentlemen I'm out here in satilla shores and there's a black male running down the street Defense attorney Robert Rubin said Travis mcmichael and his father Greg considered Arbery as scary mystery who had been videotaped inside a nearby house that was under construction where things had gone missing Rubin said that mcmichaels gave chase hoping to detain him until police arrived but Arbery refused to stop and lunge toward mcmichael and his gun Travis mcmichael is acting in self defense To try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer King The district attorney in Albany county New York is sought to delay in charging former governor Andrew Cuomo for a groping allegation saying the complaint filed by a local sheriff last week was potentially defective I'm Jackie Quinn a P.

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Attorneys present jurors with dueling portraits of Arbery

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Attorneys present jurors with dueling portraits of Arbery

"Prosecutors the defense attorneys presented dueling portraits of Ahmad armory as the trial begins for three white men charged with chasing him down and killing him into Brunswick Georgia neighborhood last February in her opening statement prosecutor Linda Donna Caskey said a series of assumptions and driveway decisions triggered the attack on the twenty five year old black man this is the emergency lace John I'm out here in setelah shores and there's a black male running down the street defense attorney Robert Rubin to Travis with Michael and his father Greg considered arboreta scary mystery who had been videotaped inside a nearby house that was under construction where things had gone missing it's not some random guy running down the street it's V. guy Rubin said the McMichael's gave chase hoping to detain him until police arrived but are refused to stop and lunged corporate Michael and his gun Travis Michael is acting in self defense the big Michaels and a neighbor William Bryan who joined the chase are all charged with murder and other felonies try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Arbery death trial dominated by race before it even begins

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Arbery death trial dominated by race before it even begins

"Opening statements are slated today in the trial of three Georgia man accused of chasing and killing twenty five year old Ahmad armory last year all three defendants Gregory and Travis met Michael and neighbor William Ronnie Bryan who are white have pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in the February twenty twenty death of Ahmad armory who was black armory was jogging when he was chased by the father and son with Roddy Brian videotaping the incident which ended with armory fatally shot attorney Ben Crump is calling it outrageous that the jury consists of eleven white people and just one juror who is black even the judge Timothy Walmsley agreed with prosecutors the exclusion of so many other black potential jurors appeared to be intentional discrimination but he says Georgia law limited his ability to intervene I'm Jackie Quinn

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"ahmad" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"In the trial of the three white men accused of killing Ahmad Arbery in February 2020 Of the 12 jurors 11 are white One is black This is despite objections from prosecutors that several potential black jurors had been removed because of their race Meanwhile the defense said they had race neutral reasons for removing those potential jurors We wanted to talk about how a jury's racial makeup might impact the outcome of a trial And so we're joined now by Francis flanagan He's an associate professor in the department of economics at wake forest university welcome Thanks Thanks for having me Thank you for being here So I want to start with a demographics overall of Glenn county where Arbery was killed because nearly 27% of the population in Glenn county is black but this jury that's been selected for this trial is almost all white Does that fact alone give you pause like how common is it to see that kind of disparity between the demographics of a county and the demographics of a jury inside that county Well definitely gives me pause I mean you would expect with 27% of the population being black that about a quarter of the jury should also be black But it's actually quite common for there to be this level of disparity between the demographics of the county and the demographics of sitting juries because challenges are often used against yours based on their race and black population of the county's tends to be quite small and average relative to the white population so they end up getting struck for the jury and underrepresented Usually black potential jurors and black jurors are more likely to acquit a defendant but race is at the center of this case And that's pretty clear I think to everyone involved And about Arbery was a black person who was killed in this instance and I think the view from the prosecution and probably the defense is that black potential jurors are going to view this as murder and be more likely to convict in this case Well you have written a paper analyzing something like 737 felony jury trials in North Carolina to show how the race and gender of a jury can affect a trials outcome Can you tell us what did you learn after analyzing hundreds and hundreds of felony jury trials Did you find that the racial makeup of a jury definitively affects the outcome of a trial So what we see in the data is that juries that are composed of more black jurors and even jury pools that are composed of more black potential jurors are much more likely to acquit criminal defendants across the board and this is true for white defendants and black defendants Well we see the opposite true for white men especially on the jury White men are actually more likely to convict black defendants and less likely to convict white defendants at least in North Carolina and some of the other southern states that we have looked at And we should make very clear that as a matter of law it has been ruled unconstitutional for any lawyer to try to remove a potential juror simply on the basis of race Correct That is correct So the leading case in this was bats.

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"ahmad" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fires it back to the punter. Lots. A high end over end punt. This one is going to bounce at the six and it bounces quickly forward into the end zone. So it'll be a touchback and the racers will have it at the 20. Well, this is the spot Cincinnati defensively needs to Absolutely stop Murray State forced them to punt and get the ball back with decent field position and get some points. This is um really, really rough right now. All aspects of the game. Each team has had the ball twice. Marie State has 138 yards of offense. Cincinnati has nine First downs or eight zip And the scorers. Seven Murray State Whether spring will be the running back on 1st and 10 from the 20. The ball is placed on the left hash. And it looks like Murray State has changed its right tackle. After all the penalties on Vance Bear cat Shift up front. Got a penalty flag. This is off the right side, though I'm sorry. The offensive left side offense in the 67 year old country. First sounds that time was the left tackle Jacob Frye. So basically before the snap, the bear Cat defensive line in unison will basically shift a gap. So if they are all lined up, say, To the left side of the offensive lineman. They quickly shift in unison to the opposite side of the offensive lineman, and that is causing all of these problems from Murray State. Burkett's do this frequently, so it's not like Murray State would not have seen it on tape. 1st and 15. The quarterback takes off running and goes into a feet first slide at the 20 yard line. After scrambling for five yards, Yes zone redaction there so far prior to that play. Rice's handed it off every time in this case, he keeps it and does a nice job of getting the ball back to the original line. Scrimmage. 2nd and 10 Preston Rice, the son of a former college quarterback, his dad played at Austin, P. 2nd and 10 for the racers. They have it at their own 20 while in the middle of the field, three receivers out to the left one to the right now one of those receivers out to the left motions to the opposite side. Rice looks to throw his past incomplete. That was about 100 miles an hour. Two receiver that was five yards downfield, and he had no chance. He dropped the snap and knew he had to get rid of it real quick and I want to get the ball setting his hands, right And honestly, Brian Cook was there. If that ball hits the his throne where the receiver's chest is that might have been picked off south third down and 10. Cincinnati has to get a stop here. Races at their own 20 leading the game seven. 12 2 left in the second quarter picks single deep safety right back to throw to protection is good is throw over the middle deflected and intercepted at the 40 yard line. Patted right into the hands of sauce. Gardner off the fingertips of Brian Cook, the bear Cats have their second interception here in the first half, and they'll take over at the racers. 40 yard line. Decent protection for Preston Rice stepped up into the pocket. Rockets see Brian Cook coming off his guy. He was the one attempted and as you said Dan, right into the breadbasket of Ahmad sauce, Gardner. Second pick of the game for the Bear, Cat defense and career interception number seven for Sauce Garden, The first team All American, the Bear Cats have it in Murray State territory. At the 40 yard line. Ritter ready for the shotgun snap. He has the ball fakes. A handoff throws over the middle caught by Pierce. And it'll be a bear cat. First down to the Murray State 21 yard line as Alex Pearce has Cincinnati's 1st 1st round of the game, and as bad as readers to passes were on the previous drivers how good that one was. Here's had just a half a step on his defender and boy. Nice Throw by Desmond Ritter 19 yards on the play first Content.

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"And how hard is it going to be to make that leap. To be like yeah. I'm going to quit my day job. I know that's for a lot of people. Not just in farming people with side hustles. That's the big step that everyone scared of. Yeah yeah everyone's scared of but Eventually that's that's the goal. I mean it would take you know a good income and hopefully and i'm kind of obsessed with trying to figure out how to to make small farms work essentially. Yeah there's a really good guy on youtube. Richard perkins out of sweden. He's he's british but he lives in. Sweden owns a small farm about twenty five acres. Same thing and he's killing it he's making he's paying two people him and his wife get Have that you know have an income from the farm. And he's raising a family doing it. And i'm like okay. If that guy can do we can do it too. We the resources we have the rain. A lotta anytime. i feel like complaining. I'm like you got to think of the people in the middle east. Don't have rain in their berkeley. So yeah so. We're going to try to make it work doesn't make it try to figure it out and what about family and all that you have family involved in the farm. Yeah everybody's involved you know from the sisters to the lady to parents everybody's involved. Everyone's you know it's a. It's a family family ordeal. It's fun you know and you know if you're a foodie which we are and we love it. It's like yeah you you get down to the root how auto call themselves foodies. And i'm like okay. Are you really. Do you really know your food's coming from getting really good meat. Are you getting really good as the for your baking. Are you getting really good ingredients for you know really good butter from you know directly from a farmer from a co op. You know. yeah what about the future of this farm like do you imagine maybe this continuing on the next generation things like that. I would sure hope so. I hope that my My kids would wanna do this and you know. Have that sort of relationship that i have with my dad. I mean my dad is basically my best friend. So it's like man. Like i. I i just love doing it. I love hanging out with them talking about things with them bouncing ideas off with them. And you know. I see the joy that it brings him..

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"So it's it's an interesting balance. It's like okay. We a bunch of demand but we don't want to average. We've never had to advertise. It's pretty crazy. So social media's growing a lot of people are you know want to know where their food comes from down. They wanna see their food. They wanna to know what the farmer you know. People ask me like are you. Are you guys organic. I'm like now like we are. We're certified by you. Guys could come to the farm anytime and you could see how your chickens are being treated. How your lambs are being treated. What they're eating. You know you guys kind of drive the process you know. Why don't you get certified I think it's just a long process along inexpensive process. And it's like a lot of people you know it's just a marketing label being or you know you go to the you go to the in the store. And you look at these eggs and says you know vegetarian fedex. And you're like wait. Chickens are little dinosaurs. They scratch around eat bugs. They're not vegetarian. they'll eat hell eat meat. The lead eggshells will eat anything. A lot of people would rather not have vegetarian egg because a vegetarian angus probably just going to be only a cornfed diet. Or whatever corner so yeah so. It's like Yeah you don't want that. So it's kind of educating and that's kind of the idea behind our instagram account. Is that we we try to educate people and you know. Show them like this is what this is. What your food eats and this is how your food is raised them. You know we tried to get past all the labels and all the marketing terms. What really matters is animals outside on grass. That's kind of what matters pastor as if you if you're looking for you know one thing that you want to you know it's past passage. Egg passer raised eggs or lamb or golder cow or whatever is having animals outside on pasture free to roam in sunshine fresh air..

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"I mean he loves eating from the land growing his own vegetables. And you know he. He does that at his house to grows vegetables. Huge garden and his whole entire backyard got converted into a garden. There's barely any walks. Okay let's like. We need to buy some acreage. Then that's what set off the farm journey. But yeah definitely takes him back. He used to milk milk. Sheep's milk goats and milk cows and then take the cheese before work to the marketplace and sell it to a guy and i remember when we were back in palestine once. He took me to the place where he used to sell. The cheese was it was cool to come full circle and to see and so much history there too. Yeah well. i'm sure you're probably your family. Probably goes back there. Farther than records exist. Oh absolutely the ottoman empire. The british empire dang grandma. You got a lot of a lot of different ideas. A lot of different turkish arabic. What is this. Oh what a what. A region of the world. And kind of the castro things of course of history. What part of palestine. The west bank you know kind of cradle of civilization over where agriculture and farming and everything. Kinda started exactly. Yeah it's cool. I remember learning about it in school. And i've always wanted to get to that part of the world. Maybe someday someday you so you've been back there a couple of times yeah. I've traveled In the middle. East bend egypt jordan palestine. Yeah we used to go a lot in the in the summertime ben. It's hot over there. It's pretty warm. Climate change like there to like. Is it a lot warmer there. It is i mean obviously. We're all of here now. So obviously something's happening here. What about over there. But it's becoming increasingly dry arid you know and I'm really into like Re greening the desert. That's kind of like. I love that kind of stuff I follow projects in saudi arabia and projects in jordan to regain the desert. And you know finding all these regenerative agricultural techniques that could help re green forest and you know bring bring life back to that area so a lot of people think that a lot of the political problems in that area. You know the the civil war they can trace that to climate change they can trace that to disruption in you know in the crops and people not having employment and leaders kinda of know. You know if people don't have bread they're going to riot essentially as kind of the old adage though hodel. Yeah so it's aired over there. They're having a lot of water issues. Yeah yeah thankfully. We don't have that kind of pressure here. But i know the pressure is building here. Yeah it definitely hurts the west facing drought thankfully. We're looking okay. I think for this year. Yeah we're yeah. We're looking okay for this year but it is important to try to figure out how to manage water cycles how to rehydrate the water cycles and do everyone do their part to try to do what they can essentially. Yeah definitely. what's the biggest challenge for you to keep this whole thing going. It's gotta be getting now becoming a lot. It's a lot a lot of the Yeah it's a lot of the you know the regulation that tried to okay you know. What am i going to do with mike. Do custom exempts lauder. Am i gonna do. Usda how do i figure out you know. What should i do. should i go direct to consumer..

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"Because i would have no idea like where to go other than just. What's the stock on the shelf in the grocery store and some of that's good yeah but Sure not the same as that's how that's sites that's the that's the good stuff. So what are you going to do with your olives here. Are you going to press them. Are you going to pickle them. let would mean. It's kind of far off goal but that would be awesome to have our own olive oil or you know pickle our own lives. Yeah that'd be cool. How long until they actually produce a decent amount of probably four to seven years until you'd get really mature trees and whatnot and yeah. How big is an olive tree. I guess they can get huge. They can grow. Very big yeah. They're awesome yeah cool. Is that the deal with those old old. All of orchards in the in palestine like is it. The same trees have to replant or cannot do replant trees but mandate yeah. Some of those trees are three hundred years old hundred years old hundred and fifty years old fifty years old. You know and it's like wow these are you know they one year they'll give a good crop and then the next year kind of not so great and then the next year you know they'll take seasons off but the history behind it. It's pretty cool. Yeah so what brought your dad hear. You said it was college but what like. What was his game. Plan what what was going to college for ready to go. Yeah he will. He went to college in new mexico. That's actually where i was born. Yeah he was Yeah he went to college in new mexico and studied computer science. There and you know decided that Raising his kids here would be a good thing to do and he liked it so we stayed and what brought your family then up here to western washington. Oh i suppose if he if his background is in computers. Yeah a lot of tech. Yeah there's a lot of tech. I guess back in the day you know there was no internet back then yet thirty forty years ago. But you know someone just said. Hey there's a. There's some good work in olympia. Washington wanted to go move up there so we just drove the station wagon from new mexico up here and the rest is history awesome. Yeah so when did he. What was he doing then like computer stuff programming or what he's done. He's a database administrator. So he's you know he's into computers. My mom's a stay at home mom. They're both you know they're both awesome. They both are. You know very smart highly educated and we're all college educated and the farmers just kind of something that we all bond over. You know my sister brings her boys here and my dad and me bond over it. You know he's always trying to push me to come to you. Know he's like what are we doing on the farm this week. And what do we got going on. What projects and it's you know it's it's an awesome thing so he's still doing the computer thing. Yeah he retires in a year and he's probably just going to be hanging out at the farm guys probably what he's going to be doing so that probably just takes him back so much to his childhood. That's what he grew up around. Yeah absolutely and i mean yeah he. He loves it..

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"It breaks down way faster absolutely because there isn't de wermer in the manure. Yeah the chemicals. They're not killing the the soil or sterilizing the soil essentially so that soil life. You know in People who have farms in recognizing that it's it's it's about soil. it's about the microbes in the loyal. And we go a step further. We have Pastured poultry out there following the room in an animal so you know a few days after a few days after the sheep have eaten area down and taken that nutrient now often taken that grass often turned it into into meet what we do. Is we follow them with chicken tractors and the chickens kind of sanitize the pasture. They scratched the the you know the manure and they spread it evenly in the the air rate the soil and then they leave behind and eat bugs. And you know parasites anything that we could be growing. They eat that and then they leave their fertilizer pined and then the grass you know two three weeks. After the chickens have been an area the grass just goes crazy. Yeah well because nyc manures really high in nitrogen right exactly so and probably not as high and other organic matter that you're going to get from your room in right so it's It's a nice little ecosystem so we're trying to. We're trying to get back to you. Know the way nature does things and kind of just see what works and what else do your sheep and goats eat like are they mostly able to just eat grass through this spring summer fall. Yeah they're just they're pretty much just grass and then in the in the wintertime and we pulled them into the barn around december and for those months they just eat the. Hey that was actually cut on this property and We won't be cutting. Hey this year. We're going to let jacob cut hey elsewhere and bring it to us but What's the reason for that to let the grass kind of so the reason is Yeah we're gonna we're gonna import that nutrient so instead of Cutting hey here would require us to use a lot of you. Know cutting hay and cutting hay and cutting. Hey you're gonna have to eventually put something back. You know fertilizer back in there. And then so we're gonna we're gonna let the folks who cut. Hey hey then. We're not gonna own any of that equipment or do any of that. We're going to let that happen off off arm and then anyone who wants to do that and we'll import that nutrient so we'll keep trying to keep all of our nutrients in our soil and we're trying to you know eventually what we'd like to do is be a hundred percent not relying on any. Hey and. I don't know if that's possible but we're gonna find out. How would you make it through the winner then. graze all winter. You can't be hard on field right. People complain about the mud at least here in western washington moving enough. Then you might be able to get away with it. I know there's a guy in the midwest greg judy. He's a pretty famous dude on youtube. You can check him out but He he has just cows and sheep together out on pasture all the time and he moves them moves a moves. It doesn't by any. Hey and i'm like okay. That's all yeah. He got his pastors over the decades. You know able to sustain under a hundred percent of what they need so we're not there yet. That's a lofty goal that we'd like to try to do close system. Everything comes from air. I guess the only thing you're exporting then would be your meat and whatever else you're growing right right talk about some of those other things that you're growing other than meat to like you have all of trees out here..

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"That's going to be different than if you go to the farm and get it directly from the farmer so yeah the taste is totally different and young immigrants backgrounds like your family and from parts of the world where that's common they have that stuff in there like no. Yeah this we need the real deal. We want the real deal. We want something super fresh. Yeah yeah and then age also plays a factor into it like if you you know the older. The older you know. Mutton doesn't taste as good as as lamp. So yeah so anything. Over a year is considered a sheep and cutting younger is considered lamb. So what age do you usually harvest anywhere from. So they start to be. You know a decent size at six months but We like to push it out a little bit for anywhere from seven to nine. Months is a good harvest now range and you said you have. How many like two hundred head or something. We probably have well. We have probably eighty nine eighty ninety breeding us and then the the the ram lambs out there we Harvest all the boys and keep all the girls yeah to grow the flock. Yeah so how big are you gonna get. I don't know we'll see keep going. Keep going we need. We need more to sell to folks. So there's there's the supply problem and the cool thing is that We've started to reach out to the neighbors and whatnot. I got a friend jacob. Who's fairly close here. He's the cattle guy and He does all the cadillac. Do all the sheep and You know he has land in his own custom. Hey business so it's a good connection. And he's he's a young dude in his twenties and that's kind of the push to to make sure that we you know bridge and You know strengthen communities and try to help people out you know. Help him out. And do things that are mutually beneficial so he has some land that he leases and that he hayes and you know his folks land other neighbors and they allow us to allow us to graze. We grazed the the folks across the street. We raise their land last year. We raised a neighbor down the street. So we'll see we'll get as big as as it allows us as the land allows us on it. Sounds like for the time being. You can keep on growing if if people want to buy up your product to the point where you're having to turn people away and that's what we have to do right now. Luckily you know eighteen acres is a pretty decent size for for what we're doing. We do rotationally grazing so like every two days where we're moving the sheep. Whenever whenever taking it down there never in one spot too long you know movement is kind of the key to life and just keep on going so we were moving fence. This morning we got him into a little forest area with some cover because we're expecting a little rain so yeah it's good so rotational grazing that's becoming more and more recognized as a really beneficial way to do things. It's really the old fashioned way of doing it exactly but seems like the science wasn't really understood for a while right but now it's really coming to talk about like yes soil health and and kinda the other side of raising that meet on the ground. Yeah i mean. I i know that my ancestors were bedouins and moved around and probably took camels and sheep and goats and didn't stay in one place too long and you know that's kind of the way you know the bison bison herd here in america You know how they would come in..

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"You have the financial well-being you will you. Will you will harvest a lamb. And you'll you know you'll give one third year community give to the needy and you know keep one hundred yourself. Essentially so that's kind of of obligatory on every muslim To do that so it gets pretty busy. You a year and changes. The dates changed. So it's always interesting Trying to raise lamb and goat for that Yeah so yeah because traditional lamb goat farming kind of has seasons to it right but if that date is moving what what's the date range that it could be in a does that make it hard for breeding and raising us. He kinda gonna have to adjust her breeding cycle by fifteen twenty days every year a month every year. So yeah you just kind of have to make sure. And then there's people who want to to have their traditional diet year round you know there's a lot of folks that come from the middle east come from southeast asian. They're used to meet. They're used to eating lamb goat. They don't really want mcdonalds. Yeah you know they want to come. Yeah they wanna come to the farm themselves in slaughter at themselves or direct to consumer sort of thing. So mcdonald's do hall. I think some in the middle east. Yeah yeah yeah. I suppose in the middle east. Yeah probably wouldn't have very many customers if they didn't offer those right options. Yeah there's actually in the uk there's a big hall movement. Yeah a lot of the. I mean fishing chip places and chicken places. And yeah yeah. They got a lot of their starting to like. We said it's a huge demographic. That's immigrating there's the changing demographic and it's something that people want so let's go back a little bit farther. I mean that's how you that need is how you got into raising halmi. How'd you get into farming period. Yeah so every year me and my dad. Would you know we've been doing you know. Harvesting animals and minna part of you know agriculture..

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"That's what williams is about and we thank them. Also washington red raspberries supporting the podcast. And a crazy time right now as i talk about this we're in the middle of red raspberry harvest here in my part of washington state. My dad's a red raspberry grower and they're out Picking berries right now so. It's a busy busy time for Washington raspberry drawers and we appreciate their support on. The podcast is well now without further ado. Let's go to rochester washington to the eighteen. Ninety s one of iman. Ach med at.

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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"There's you know people who want to have their traditional diet year round. you know. there's a lot of folks that come from the middle east come from southeast asian. they're used to haul meet. They're used to eating lamb goat. They don't really want mcdonalds. Yeah you know they want to come. Yeah they wanna come to the farm themself and slaughter at themselves or direct to consumer sort of is the real food. Real people podcast. Welcome back to the real food. Real people podcast. I'm dillon hong coupe. And this is chronicling. My journey to get to know the real people behind the food here in washington state. This week we go to rochester. Washington where we meet 'em odd akhmed who has all of branch ranch and he is bringing his family full circle back to their farming roots from palestine is families from the west bank and he's raising hola meet here in washington including lamb and goat and it's quite a few other things that he's working on great conversation. What an awesome guy and a really cool story so you're going to enjoy talking with imad and finding out about his farm. We did the interview right inside his barn on his property. It's from the eighteen nineties so it doesn't get much more picturesque classic than where we were able to chat with. Imad our sponsors here on the podcast. The dairy farmers of washington supporting the podcast and informing people educating folks about the real life of dairy farming here in washington state in the things that go on to make the delicious dairy products washington state.

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"ahmad" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Ahmad, He's Ahmad your mind like a rocker. You're a mud. Tell me what it is. I just told you, Tommy, don't do the mirror boy. Yes. So this headline from the mirror here says this has been a tic tac trend for the last couple of months. And I love how these news sources. They just pick up on it. They're like, Oh. Oh, now it's a story because we've picked it up now the tabloids, baby baby, you were lazy and you knew it And you didn't report it. You could have brought it in two weeks ago. I screwed it reported you'd say, Hey, Eric von Hesse. There's a fact going on on tiktok. Maybe you want to know about is a lot of facts are going on Tiktok. I think it's interesting how news sources pick them out of those. Oh, this This is the one that's going to go viral, or this is the one that works. Actually right about alright, But apparently people on Tiktok are stuffing garlic up their nose to clear your Sinuses. And the beer is here to tell you Don't do that. All right now, So I think that garlic and nasal experts have come out to say this is not a good idea. Yes, right. In fact, the original tiktoker that went viral. Her name was Rosalynn. Kathryn, and she went viral couple months ago. And she unfortunately, the video is she put a basically bumper bed music underneath it, and you see her? Clearing out like all the snot out of her Sinuses, and it's discussing some sort of erotica. I guess I guess that's what Tim told me. I don't garlic, nasal, nasal garlic fetish. Folks. Just take your garlic. You don't have to put it in your nostrils. But first of all, are you interested or not? This.

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"ahmad" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"And i think there is an assumption that it would have inherently been worse for us. But there's a lot of research to suggest that in some ways Easier australia does have a very racist context that you were talking about backdrop in my book. That is very hard for a lot of citizens to come to terms with and try to grapple with that. But i don attack my radar. Try to grapple with. Its retelling what i'd like to think of tender and beautiful stories through the lens my experience through the lens of my experience as a father towards my son. You do touch on australia's racism and that's through bonnie adams marriage to all it and i think we'll let the re debt fund ad that relationship but olive has a particular background and an uncle who is quite s- racist to the point of being white supremacist. But there's something else. I want to touch on that narrative point of view. You take you tell this story as if you're speaking to your near gone son and it's almost like you're beginning a new tradition of passing down the family story as even being created for this time. Thank you for that question. That's a terrific question. I'll quickly talk about all these and the uncle character. And then i'll get onto the point on communicating to my son. Look i really go to great lengths as a creative writer never to create one dimensional characters. I think that in australia. A lot of my readers in the past have struggled with my work because they saw hoping that i have simple answers are black and white a good and bad answers if i'm portraying the muslim community either it's positive or a negative one if on portraying the white community either the good guys or the bad guys the progressives all that all that the The white supremacists in reality. I just think that's how the world works and so identical trademark characters in either kind of by kadhamy try to offer complex representations of all the communities. I speak about because. I think the human experience is inherently complex and that human beings are capable of horrible things and beautiful things hilarious things and tragic things side by side and simultaneously all at once the second point communicating the book to my son so the book is written as a letter to my son and his name kalou..

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"ahmad" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast

The Social Work Routes Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast

"Welcome to the social work routes. Podcast my name is chris clark. And i'm an associate professor. At the university of helsinki in finland. I'm delighted today to be with ahmad barahmi. Who's a master of business administration and who works. At the local behavioral health group county group in fresno california. Welcome thank you forever may Very very honored to be lightly. Wonderful would you like to tell us a little bit about who you are. And where you came from people negative way but why i need to understand for example in fresno understanding you know our southeast asian community not because To if i'm going to support someone from the community. Do i need to understand other variables. And so i. I did that for a got out of school. You know was was doing working primarily with ex offenders in in a nonprofit second not in a in the justice which just as populations but not being in injustice or institutions and in think some of it might be just youthful exuberance or or just youthful narcissism tour felt like And i remember thinking to myself. I think i could do better job because i knew this program. I think i could do a better job if we did. This is just you just being young and brash and thinking had that idea but that led me to exploring. What do i do if i want to do that. And looking at options for You know grad school..

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