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"akron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"akron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The chairman of the university of Akron and dominant investment committee, and the former publisher of the gartman letter at a moment where dollar strength is front and center for this market Dennis and we're certainly seeing that play out in the cable rate hitting an all time low overnight. I wonder what you make of these dramatic moves. We have seen in the pound. I'm a fan of the new prime minister I'm a fan of the new Chancellor of the exchequer and I think that we've seen panic liquidation of the cable over the past week leading into this morning. I think this morning is probably going to be the low for quite some period of time. I think it's ill advised the selling that has gone on in Sterling over the course of the past week and a half since mistrust was became the new p.m.. And I'm actually quite bullish of cable at this point. I think panic liquidation has run its course. Take a look at what's going on in the Sterling versus Euro. You had the ratio had gotten, let's see here. Just make sure that I get the numbers right. We traded all the way up almost to .93. We have seen the year of versus Sterling ratio had traded basically, either side of .84, you move that fall in the course of the past three weeks and especially overnight. I'd be a buyer of Sterling against your IBM bio Sterling against the dollar. I think panic liquidation has run its course and I'm like I said, I'm a fan of the new prime minister. She believes in smaller taxes, smaller government, smaller spending. She reminds me of miss Thatcher. She's a less intrusive, less disconcerting prime minister than miss Thatcher was an early days. And I think she's, I think, mistrust will do a fine job. So I think panic liquidation is run its course. Well, what is the market getting wrong about this Dennis? I think there's a lot of concern in the market based on what's happening in currency trade that tax cuts at this point at the cost of living crisis in the UK could add even further to inflation. I understand the argument that the tax cuts can be inflationary, but I think the tax cuts have proven in the past to be disinflationary to be supportive of economic growth. We'll see. But time shall tell, I just think the market has overreacted to the new prime minister to the new policies that will be forthcoming. And like I said, I'm a fan of her and I'm a fan of the new Chancellor of the exchequer. I think small government is better than large government. I think small spending is better than large spending. And I think small taxes are better than large taxes. Yes, I understand the concern over inflation. I think those are ill advised and overwrought. What do you think the Bank of England is going to do with cars markets now are pricing in the possibility of a 175 basis point move by the BOE in November and the possibility of early intervention? Do you think that could happen if it does, what would the impact be? I doubt that there will be intervention. I do think that there will be an interest rate increases by the Bank of England. I think I don't think there will be a 175 basis points. I think that would be an ill advised decision on the BOE. But I think they'll raise rates. They really have no choice at this point with everybody else raising rates. They have to follow suit. But the question shall be how much farther will they raise rates? And again, if you had your choice between a government that believes in small spending over a large spending, small taxes over large taxes and small government over large government, which regime, are you going to take? I think you'll take the latter. What about dollar strength overall? We just got a note from Mike Wilson over at Morgan Stanley saying that the rise of the dollar is making for an untenable situation for risk assets. What's your view on that? Well, the dollar has been a little too strong to be to be quite honest. I think the dollar has been strong for good reasons, but I think it's become a little too strong over the course of the past month and a half or so. And the pressure upon what we used to call third world nations lesser developed nations who have borrowed in dollar terms is clearly disconcerting. It's clearly problematic. It's clearly going to be a problem going forward. I think the dollar has become a little too overbought at this point. And if I had my druthers, I'd rather be a seller of the dollar here than a buyer of the dollar. Do you get into risk assets at this point? We got about 30 seconds left here. I've been very bearish of the stocks since December since January 5th of this year. And quite honestly, I'm moderating my bearishness at this point. I think we've gotten too many people who are bearish. Take a look at the number of puts that were purchased last week. Historically unprecedented. I think too many people are now bearish and have joined my school. So I'm becoming less bearish in my own account. I want to be covering shorts positions this morning. And I may even think about being becoming a little bit long. I think we've panicked on the downside for the short term. I think you're going to get a good bounce. I think it started late on Friday afternoon. I carried through overnight. And I think a bounce is at least a bounces required for the next week or two or three after the oversold conditions that we got to on Friday afternoon. As always, Dennis good to get your thoughts thanks as always for being with us Dennis gartman, former publisher of the gartman letter now chairman

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Medical examiner: Jayland Walker was shot dozens of times

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Medical examiner: Jayland Walker was shot dozens of times

"An autopsy report shows the black Ohio man killed last month in an encounter with Akron police was shot dozens of times I Norman hall with details Summit county medical examiner doctor Lisa Kohler says 25 year old Jalen walker was wounded dozens of times by police fire The autopsy determined that Jalen had 46 gunshot wound entrances or grays injuries Police say officers tried to pull walker over for minor equipment violations and that he fired a weapon during a brief pursuit The shooting happened after a foot chase Family lawyer Ken Arnold An unarmed black man was shot 46 times jaylen walker was shot and has 46 entrance wounds in his body There have been calls for a federal investigation I Norman

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NAACP calls on Garland to probe killing of Jayland Walker

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

NAACP calls on Garland to probe killing of Jayland Walker

"The NAACP is making a direct plea to attorney general Merrick Garland for the Justice Department to open a federal civil rights investigation into last month's shooting death of a black man in Akron Ohio I Norman hall NAACP president Derek Johnson has sent a letter asking the attorney general to immediately open a federal investigation into the killing of Jalen walker walker was fatally shot by Akron police on June 27th at the authority set officers at attempted to stop his car for traffic and equipment violations Police say walker drove off and led the officers on a brief car chase and that a gunshot was heard from his car according to police walker created a deadly threat during an ensuing foot chase walker was not armed when 8 officers opened fire he sustained more than 60 wounds Norman hall Washington

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Two Killed, Including 4-Year-Old, in Akron

The Officer Tatum Show

01:32 min | 4 months ago

Two Killed, Including 4-Year-Old, in Akron

"You ignorant folks. Want to put a bounty on the heads of the police officers. But shortly after jaylen walker's death, a young girl, I think she was like four years old. Named journey, tober. I think her last name is tober. Correct me if I'm wrong, look it up for yourself. Journey was murdered by thugs who were shooting in a drive by shooting and hit destructive for your girl and murdered her. What a bounty said on their heads. That man jaylen walker was a grown man made the decisions he made and he was shot and killed by police. None of them would be prosecuted. According to the law. But when a four year old in your own community, your community, not mine, not the white folks, but a young four year old and your community. Gunned down by black folks. Shooting and thugging were the bounty on their heads at. Because they know what cop shot, Jalen walker, they still ain't found the suspects in the shooting of journey. What about it? What are y'all concerning? Where's the news at? Where's the t-shirts at? Where's the GoFundMe at? Y'all don't do a doggone thing for your own people. But when they get shot by the cops, they somehow become Jesus Christ

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Did Jayland Walker Shoot From His Vehicle?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Did Jayland Walker Shoot From His Vehicle?

"And the same argument is now being advanced in the shooting death of Jalen walker, the 25 year old in Akron, Ohio. He was, they were trying to pull him over for a traffic violation. He refused to stop, they pursued him, he slowed down, he left the car while it was still in motion, ran away from the police. He ran into a parking lot unarmed, they didn't know that. And he turns and they shot him 60 times. Now. If there's evidence that he fired from the car, that will go a long way towards exonerating the police. If there's not, if there's not evidence that he fired from the car, then I think these police are going to be in a lot of

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The Narrative of Bad White Guys vs. Bad Black Guys

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 5 months ago

The Narrative of Bad White Guys vs. Bad Black Guys

"You know, there's a powerful narrative that has emerged about how all these white bad guys, like the shooter and highland park, Illinois. Or the shooter in Charleston, South Carolina. That monster who massacred those black churchgoers at mother Emanuel church. They brought him or so the narrative goes, Burger King. In fact, the urban legend is they took that monster to Burger King. So he could get, I guess, a whopper before they took him to prison. They didn't take him to Burger King, but as they were interrogating him, and he had gone hours and hours without eating. They brought him food. And the narrative for a lot of people is, look at that. They're bringing the white guy Burger King in jail. And the black guy in Akron, Ohio gets shot 60 times.

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Akron Police Did Not Need to Shoot 60 Times

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 5 months ago

Akron Police Did Not Need to Shoot 60 Times

"The shooting in Akron, Ohio, of the young man who was shot 60 times by the police after he led them on a high speed chase. And I'm following this story and I'm watching it and they've got I know there's been rioting and protests in the city. I've been hearing from a lot of Akron listeners and the takeaway is that the police didn't need to shoot him 60 times. He was actually shot 9, they fired 90 rounds, 60 of them. Found their mark. Video is very hard to follow. I mean, very hard to watch. It's disturbing. And it was a bizarre story because the young man as I understand it wasn't armed when he was shot, but he was armed when he led the police on the chase.

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"akron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"akron" Discussed on WTOP

"Is in Akron. Protests continue late Sunday where demonstrators say police use tear gas to disperse the crowd. Akron police have not confirmed those reports. Businesses boarded up windows in anticipation of more protests. So far, there have been mostly peaceful protests. The 8 officers involved in the shooting of Jalen walker are on paid administrative leave, while an independent state investigation is conducted. A federal judge has ruled in favor of three large drug distributors in a lawsuit filed by a city and Katy and West Virginia. Judge David Faber says there is nothing unreasonable about distributing controlled substances to fulfill legally written prescriptions and adds while the opioid crisis has taken a considerable toll such cases should be decided on the facts and the law, not sympathy. CBS Jennifer Kuiper, a wildfire has broken out in Northern California east of Sacramento at a recreation area packed with people celebrating the 4th of July as many as a hundred people had to be moved out of the area to safety. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment, top news from WTO 24/7 360 five. Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO Trio three Tuesday morning, July 5th, 2022, it's 74°. Good morning, I'm rich hunter at the top local stories we're following this hour. For the first time in several years, the national mall was packed out for the 4th of July fireworks show. The show a crowd pleaser for young. They were amazing. I love them. And a little older, Hassan Sheik immigrated to the United States. I want them to realize how important is this day and what it means for us and especially me being an immigrant and they're all born and raised here. The crowd was large and so were the lines getting on metro security was tight, given all the recent shooting events, including in the suburbs of Chicago. On the national mall, Kyle Cooper, WTO news. A man in a juvenile male juvenile was shot in southeast D.C. on Monday night. Police say it happened just before 10 p.m. on Pennsylvania near Minnesota avenue, both the man and the juvenile suffered

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Video shows Akron police kill Black man in hail of gunfire

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Video shows Akron police kill Black man in hail of gunfire

"Ohio State attorney general promises a complete fair and expert investigation into the killing of a 25 year old black man who died June 27th following a hail of gunfire Akron police say they fired at Jalen walker after walker shot at them and they thought he was getting ready to shoot again after he got out of his car and fled on foot walker sustained more than 60 wounds attorney bob dicello the walker family attorney The law requires to use force that is reasonable 8 officers or whatever the final number will be you know we've heard numbers as high as 95 shells on the ground Walker was unarmed when he was shot but police say a gun was found on the seat of his car I'm Donna

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"akron" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:46 min | 5 months ago

"akron" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Akron police release video showing officers chasing and shooting Jalen walker. By The Associated Press. Akron Ohio, a black man was unarmed when Akron police chased him on foot and killed him in a hail of gunfire, but officers believed he had shot at them earlier from a vehicle and feared he was preparing to fire again. Authorities said Sunday at a news conference. Akron police released video of the shooting of Jalen walker, 25, who was killed June 27th in a pursuit that had started with an attempted traffic stop. The mayor called the shooting heartbreaking, while asking for patients from the community. It's not clear how many shots were fired by the aid officers involved, but walker sustained more than 60 wounds. An attorney for walker's family said officers kept firing, even after he was on the ground. Officers attempted to stop walker's car around 1230 a.m. for unspecified traffic and equipment violations, but less than a minute into a pursuit. The sound of a shot was heard from the car and a transportation department camera captured what appeared to be a muzzle flash coming from the vehicle. Akron police chief Steve milot said. That changed the nature of the case from a routine traffic stop to now a public safety issue. He said. Police body camera videos show what unfolded after the roughly 6 minute pursuit. Several shouting officers with guns drawn approached the slowing car on foot as it rolls up over a curb and onto a sidewalk. A person wearing a ski mask exits the passenger door and runs toward a parking lot. Police chase him for about ten seconds before officers fire from multiple directions in a burst of shots that lasts 6 or 7 seconds. At least one officer had tried first to use a stun gun, but that was unsuccessful. Police said. Milet said walker's actions are hard to distinguish on the video in real time, but a still photo seems to show him going down to his waist area and another appears to show him turning toward an officer. He said a third picture captures a forward motion of his arm. In a statement shared Sunday with reporters, the local police union said the officers thought there was an immediate threat of serious harm and that it believes their actions and the number of shots will be found justified in line with their training and protocols. The union said the officers are cooperating with the investigation. Police said more than 60 wounds were found on walker's body, but further investigation is needed to determine exactly how many rounds the officers fired and how many times walker was hit. The footage released by police ends with the officer's gunfire and doesn't show what happened next. Officers provided aid and one can be heard saying walker still had a pulse, but he was later pronounced dead. The chief said an officer firing at someone has to be ready to explain why they did what they did. They need to be able to articulate what specific threats they were facing and they need to be held to account. But he said he is withholding judgment on their actions until they give their statements. A handgun a loaded magazine and an apparent wedding ring were found on the seat of the car. A casing consistent with the weapon was later found in the area where officers believed a shot had come from the vehicle. State attorney general Dave yost vowed a complete, fair and expert investigation by the Ohio bureau of criminal investigation and cautioned that body worn camera footage is just one view of the whole picture. Akron police are conducting a separate internal investigation about whether the officers violated department rules or policies. The officers involved in the shooting are on paid administrative leave, which is standard practice in such cases. 7 of them are white and one is black, according to the department. Their length of service with Akron police ranges from one and a half to 6 years, and none of them has a record of discipline, substantiated complaints or fatal shootings. It said. Demonstrators marched peacefully through the city and gathered in front of the Akron justice center after the video was released. NAACP president Derek Johnson said in a statement that walkers death wasn't self defense, but was murder point blank. Walker's family is calling for accountability, but also for peace, their lawyers said. One of the attorneys, Bobby T'Challa, called the burst of police gunfire excessive and unreasonable and said police handcuffed walker before trying to provide first aid. How it got to this with a pursuit is beyond me. T'Challa said. He said walker's family doesn't know why he fled from police. Walker was grieving the recent death of his fiance, but his family had no indication of concern beyond that, and he wasn't a criminal said. I hope we remember that his Jalen ran across that parking lot he was unarmed to cello said. He said he doesn't know whether the gold ring found near the gun in the car belonged to walker..

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"akron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"akron" Discussed on WTOP

"Driver was unarmed when Akron police chased him on foot and killed him in a hail of gunfire, but police say officers believed the man had shot at them earlier from a vehicle and feared he was preparing to fire again. Akron police released body camera video of the shooting of 25 year old jaylen walker, who was killed a week ago in a pursuit that had started with an attempted traffic stop. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre responded to criticism from Jeff Bezos about president's call for oil executives to reduce gas prices saying high gas prices are emblematic of a market that's failing the American consumer. Bezos responded by tweeting that the statement was either straight ahead misdirection or a deep misunderstanding of basic market dynamics. Jean Pierre responded on Twitter saying, among other things, it's not surprising that you think oil and gas companies using market power to re-record profits at the expense of the American people is the way our economy is supposed to work. It's 5 18. Back to rich hunter now in the traffic center. All right, traveling on the inner loop of the bellway as you go over top of branch avenue to clean up the crash continues. However, a B extra careful going through there because it appears that there are still some debris on the roadway. They've tried to move a lot of it over to the left shoulder. There's also the track to trailer that may have been involved on the left shoulder as well. They've kind of got the lanes open, but it looks like people are still weaving around there so please be extra careful approaching in a loop at branch avenue where it appears they've started to get stuff out of the out of the roadway, but just be extra careful going through there. Not on the Virginia side of the belly on the inner loop just after Arlington boulevard before you go into a U.S. 29, again, they had the fire department activity was a brush fire along the right side. They did have the two right lanes blocked with the response, sounds like the fire is out but again the response remains on scene for the moment, the extra careful there. If you're traveling on 66 eastbound from haymarket to Ross and you're in good shape, but keep in mind if you're headed into the district early, that's one of those problem areas already eastbound 66, the exit ramps that would take you toward independence avenue in Ohio drive, also toward constitutional avenue and to the east street expressway, a really closed as a result of today's events, rich hundred WTO traffic. And our forecast now, Mike stenden for the nearly perfect 4th of July forecast. It is going to be really nice. A lot of 4th of July, we have to deal with thunderstorms

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Akron Police Officers Fatally Shoot Jayland Walker

The Officer Tatum Show

01:29 min | 5 months ago

Akron Police Officers Fatally Shoot Jayland Walker

"But let's start with this shooting that happened in Akron, Ohio, you guys probably haven't heard of it yet, but you will hear of it soon because it's involved in a black man and white police officers. And celebrities are coming out. And I call them celebrities. They really not worth a hill of beans. But for whatever reason they're considered to be celebrities because they push this agenda that America is a racist place and black people should be afraid of white people every day they wake up in the morning, especially white police officers. Young man, Jalen walker. Keep that name in your mind. Jaylen walker, the fake black man, Sean king, who he's a white man. He's not a black man. I don't know why black people are giving him any credence of credit and him talking on black issues is absolutely as anonymity when they bash every other white person, but they don't bash on king just 'cause he got an edge up in a taper fade. Don't make you a black man. Now, I want to reach you what he said, and then we're going to read the facts surrounding this case. I'm going to reach you what he said, read the facts. And I don't know how on God's green earth, Sean king has been sued. In some form of a class action lawsuit, because all he do is peddle lies to create controversy and hatred in our country against police, literally I could argue that Sean king is literally getting black men murdered almost every other weekend by police officers.

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"akron" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:13 min | 5 months ago

"akron" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Over the past ten years, I traveled to 47 different states to nearly 250 different cities and towns across America. And one of those places was Akron, Ohio. And Akron is we think of Akron, I think, of Akron now and think of LeBron James. But it's one of those cities, maybe even like where I'm from Lexington, Kentucky. It's one of those places that you hear about your whole life and may never travel to. Akron is not necessarily known as a tourist destination. And I don't say that as a diss, it's part of why I loved my travel and getting to see the entire country and understand how it works, what the people are like, and Akron, like many towns and cities across America. Actually, it has an ugly history of police brutality. And the thing is, I would say one out of every three or 400 people police kill in this country have a case that goes viral, so for every case that goes viral, there are 300 people that are killed, that you may never hear about. Whose stories may stay in Akron in Lexington in Rochester. But people there know. And anybody who's listening to this who might be from Akron, they know that they have a real serious problem with police brutality. And so when we learn this week, that a young brother named Jalen walker was shot 60 times by police. You assume that Jalen got out of his car with an AR-15 and was firing at police, right? But what we do know is that mass shooters, particularly white mass shooters, are almost never shot at all by police. It's almost exclusively time after time after time. Young black men who've killed nobody. In fact, we've learned that Jalen walker has never been in trouble a day in his life. Never been arrested. Never been in trouble with the police, was never in trouble in school, was a sweet soul, a quiet guy. Was a door dash delivery man. Who loved his family? And was pulled over this week for what police are calling a traffic violation. But I even need to see that. Like, what traffic violation was it? Like I want to know. Tell me, show me. Show me the proof. Because traffic violations are often just racial profiling. But they often mean in a town like Akron is, we saw black men and felt like pulling him over, and so maybe there was a traffic violation, maybe there wasn't, but somehow, that traffic violation went from traffic violation to them firing 90 shots. Police have said a number of things that they think happened and I have not repeated any of that publicly because I don't trust a word police say. They are consistently habitually liars. They misrepresent things to better themselves to protect themselves. And we'll see what the facts are. But even police have admitted, and the media in Akron and in Cleveland, the media has already reported that when Jalen was shot 60 times in at least 90 shots that were fired. They said, everything I see now says 90 plus. In the 90 plus shots that were fired in the 60 plus shots that hit Jalen. Every report says that he was unarmed when he was shot. And so at this point, I trust that he was unarmed when he was shot. I don't care about anything else you say. Nothing else matters to me. We are told that it's very possible that we will get body camera footage today. Maybe tomorrow, Akron is shutting down their castling festivals. And I've spoken to both civil rights leaders and elected officials in Akron, who tell me they are deeply concerned because the mood and the temperature in the city is hot and tense. And people are tired of being told, calm down. It's like, no, stop treating us this way. That's where it should all begin. This calmed down thing, where is that coming from? And so I will continue to report what I know. Almost everything I know right now is on my Instagram page. But this is a case that I think we will know about for years and years to come. I've got to run, I'm heading into an interview that I'm about to do. But love, love, love, and appreciate you. Please love on your families and your friends this weekend. A phrase that I've been saying for years is something that I try to live by, never make the people you love, guess how you feel about them. As I think about this brutal murder and a family, never being able to say goodbye to this young man. Just love on your family extra hard. Love on your loved one's extra heart this weekend. Take care everybody. Break it down. Right now. I'm Tiffany Hawkins. I'm Alan boomer. And we are the momentum advisers every single week. We talk about wealth management, personal finance, and entrepreneurship. We are financial advisers by day, we're entrepreneurs by night. We're building wealth for ourselves and we want to make sure that you understand how to build wealth in your own family. Tune in for shows like is your money racist, retirement savings, investment one O one. 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Why Ralph Reed Created the Faith and Freedom Coalition

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:09 min | 8 months ago

Why Ralph Reed Created the Faith and Freedom Coalition

"Faith and freedom is one of the foremost reaching out. The grassroots, the bottom line, looking at these issues, if for people who strangely enough may know Ralph Reed, but they don't know faith in freedom or how they're working or maybe they're in a state in which, you know, that movement is still growing. How do people reach out to faith and freedom? How do you find out more about what's going on? And of course, we're going to be back on later in another day talking about some of these other issues, but I wanted to give you just a few minutes to just talk about faith and freedom. Sure. Well, I found it faith and freedom in 2009. After Barack Obama, you know, beat us so badly that it looked like a Harlem globetrotters basketball game. And we were the we were the pickup team that was there to lose. And they completely out hustled us on the ground, the O 8 Obama campaign. I knew we were going to lose and lose badly. When I got a call from a good friend of mine who lived in Akron, Ohio. In that band of counties that stretches from Cleveland east. And he called me and said, I just got my second door to door knock. Visit at the door from an Obama organizer with a clipboard, and I'm a Republican primary voter, and I know they know it. And I went, wow. They've knocked on every door and visited every democratic primary voter. Then they've gone to all the swing voters, all the independent voters. Now they're going to Republican voters. So I started faith and freedom to give us that kind of maximization of turnout among our core voters, which are voters of faith. Both pro life, faithful Roman Catholics, and evangelical Christians. Doug, those two together, the evangelicals are roughly 27% of the electorate. It goes up or down, depending upon the election, but it's roughly 27%. Faithful frequently mass attending Catholics are, again, rough number goes up or down. Is about 10% of the electorate. So you're looking at 37 percent of the entire electorate. It's the biggest single constituency bigger than the minority vote. The union vote and the gay vote combined, and it's over half the Republican vote. And we now have two and a half million members and activists involved in the organization over a million small donors, we have full-time staff and about 14 states now, state organizations and about 30 states. And if people want to find out how they can get involved and how they can make sure that the values that you and I share are represented in the civic arena and in public policy and that Christians have an effective voice in government, they can go to our website, which is FF as in faith and freedom, FF coalition, dot com, and they can sign up and believe me, we'll put them to

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Twinkle Coat (MM #4029)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Twinkle Coat (MM #4029)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yesterday I was talking about my wife's love for dipped ice cream cones. She also loves what's called twinkle coat. It's something that a lot of little ice cream stands had when I was growing up. I think tasty freeze had it. We've got friends back in Ohio. We had a little small one called bidden Jersey when we lived in the suburbs of Akron and they always had twinkle coat or crunch coat. They were just a good little mom and pop walk up ice cream stand. I do miss those these days. You don't see as many of them. But when it comes to twinkle coat, I've often wondered, what exactly is twinkle coat? When you dip that ice cream in that little bin of nuts or sprinkles or jimmies, if you prefer, I'm not quite sure because the one thing is, there's no exact answer about what twinkle coat is. Twinkle coat being different than crunch code, crunch coat being basically like chopped up peanuts for the most part. But they say with twinkle code, it could be peanuts. It could be peanut brittle, and then in some sprinkles, some jimmies, a mixture. I've seen some people that use like fruity pebble cereal crunched up and make that part of their twinkle coat. I don't go to one place over another because it's got better twinkle coat. Although I bet if I asked my wife, she has her preferences.

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Twinkle Coat (MM #4029)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Twinkle Coat (MM #4029)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yesterday I was talking about my wife's love for dipped ice cream cones. She also loves what's called twinkle coat. It's something that a lot of little ice cream stands had when I was growing up. I think tasty freeze had it. We've got friends back in Ohio. We had a little small one called bidden Jersey when we lived in the suburbs of Akron and they always had twinkle coat or crunch coat. They were just a good little mom and pop walk up ice cream stand. I do miss those these days. You don't see as many of them. But when it comes to twinkle coat, I've often wondered, what exactly is twinkle coat? When you dip that ice cream in that little bin of nuts or sprinkles or jimmies, if you prefer, I'm not quite sure because the one thing is, there's no exact answer about what twinkle coat is. Twinkle coat being different than crunch code, crunch coat being basically like chopped up peanuts for the most part. But they say with twinkle code, it could be peanuts. It could be peanut brittle, and then in some sprinkles, some jimmies, a mixture. I've seen some people that use like fruity pebble cereal crunched up and make that part of their twinkle coat. I don't go to one place over another because it's got better twinkle coat. Although I bet if I asked my wife, she has her preferences.

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Twinkle Coat (MM #4029)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Twinkle Coat (MM #4029)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yesterday I was talking about my wife's love for dipped ice cream cones. She also loves what's called twinkle coat. It's something that a lot of little ice cream stands had when I was growing up. I think tasty freeze had it. We've got friends back in Ohio. We had a little small one called bidden Jersey when we lived in the suburbs of Akron and they always had twinkle coat or crunch coat. They were just a good little mom and pop walk up ice cream stand. I do miss those these days. You don't see as many of them. But when it comes to twinkle coat, I've often wondered, what exactly is twinkle coat? When you dip that ice cream in that little bin of nuts or sprinkles or jimmies, if you prefer, I'm not quite sure because the one thing is, there's no exact answer about what twinkle coat is. Twinkle coat being different than crunch code, crunch coat being basically like chopped up peanuts for the most part. But they say with twinkle code, it could be peanuts. It could be peanut brittle, and then in some sprinkles, some jimmies, a mixture. I've seen some people that use like fruity pebble cereal crunched up and make that part of their twinkle coat. I don't go to one place over another because it's got better twinkle coat. Although I bet if I asked my wife, she has her preferences.

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Twinkle Coat (MM #4029)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Twinkle Coat (MM #4029)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yesterday I was talking about my wife's love for dipped ice cream cones. She also loves what's called twinkle coat. It's something that a lot of little ice cream stands had when I was growing up. I think tasty freeze had it. We've got friends back in Ohio. We had a little small one called bidden Jersey when we lived in the suburbs of Akron and they always had twinkle coat or crunch coat. They were just a good little mom and pop walk up ice cream stand. I do miss those these days. You don't see as many of them. But when it comes to twinkle coat, I've often wondered, what exactly is twinkle coat? When you dip that ice cream in that little bin of nuts or sprinkles or jimmies, if you prefer, I'm not quite sure because the one thing is, there's no exact answer about what twinkle coat is. Twinkle coat being different than crunch code, crunch coat being basically like chopped up peanuts for the most part. But they say with twinkle code, it could be peanuts. It could be peanut brittle, and then in some sprinkles, some jimmies, a mixture. I've seen some people that use like fruity pebble cereal crunched up and make that part of their twinkle coat. I don't go to one place over another because it's got better twinkle coat. Although I bet if I asked my wife, she has her preferences.

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UCLA avoids upset with late surge, holds off Akron 57-53

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

UCLA avoids upset with late surge, holds off Akron 57-53

"West top seed Gonzaga took its time then stepped on number sixteen Georgia state ninety three seventy two the Panthers were within sixty to fifty eight with ten thirty eight to go then the Bulldogs went to work and scored the next twenty one points coach mark few extremely proud of our guys specially how we respond in the second half we kind of flipped the script on the rebounding aspect of the game and then also got back to finish in the way we usually finish on Saturday Gonzaga will face ninth seeded Memphis which defeated number eight Boise St sixty four fifty three in the east bracket fifth seed St merry's pummeled number twelve Indiana eighty two fifty three the Gaels will face fourth seed UCLA which held on to defeat thirteen seed Akron fifty seven fifty three numbers Martin

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"akron" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"akron" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of a hard fought win You gotta give a ton of credit to Akron They came in They did not back down from UCLA gave everything they had And UCLA made the big plays over the last few minutes of this game Boy you feel for the Akron kids and you can sense the disappointment from them As they go down and shake hands with the UCLA player so close and did so many great things tonight But this is what makes march somebody comes out on top somebody has to go home unfortunately for the zips They're the team that is headed home UCLA is going on And they will take on saint Mary's here on Saturday We'll check the final stat sponsored by Capital One auto navigator meet the tool that makes car shopping and financing easier Capital One What's in your wallet UCLA wins despite shooting just 35% They went 8 to 22 from three and 11 to 13 at the free throw line Tiger Campbell led the way with 16 points Jaime hawk is at 15 and Jules Bernard with ten for the victorious UCLA bruins We will be joined by Jaime Hawkins here of UCLA and he'll put the headset on and I made first of all congratulations on the victory tonight You guys get a chance to move on This was a hard fought game How did you guys get it done in those final couple of minutes I mean we just grinded it out Trusted in each other Trusted in our teammates manifested in the game plan and we knew hacker was going to be a tough matchup I mean we didn't take them lightly then we're scouting report and we just so happy we got riding this out If you guys finished the game on an 18 6 run Tiger Campbell hit a number of big shots Coach cronin what was the message over the last couple of time outs Just keep it in there No not give up not give in They had a little legal and on us and just not give up Trusting ourselves and trusting our game plan I mean tough nights for a lot of you guys for you at times Johnny had a tough night but knocks out a couple of free throws Tiger hits the big three in the corner Is that just the belief you guys had based on the success you've had in the past A 100% we weren't going to give up It's not going in I have this sometimes We just got to know that you know defense is what wins And as long as we don't if we're not squaring we can't let them score as.

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"akron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"akron" Discussed on WTOP

"At 15 and 45 on WTO Here's George Wallace All right Debbie the NBA All-Star Game is coming on in Cleveland last night and it was quite a show as a team LeBron and beats came team at KD One 63 one 60 lots of defense in the game as LeBron hits the game winner in Akron Ohio as a little bit of a homecoming for Steph Curry as well He's also from Akron 16 threes on the night That's an NBA all star record He had 50 points but for LeBron hitting that game winner Be here for my wife and my kids and my family my mom and so many people that see me grow from a really a young toddler to who I am today I couldn't even I couldn't picture that moment any better And it was pretty good finished as well Michael Jordan making a rare appearance He was in the house last night as well Steph Curry gets the first to Kobe Bryant all star trophy 50 points He said he was going for it and I think he did just fine getting to that point The Maryland women losing last night to Michigan 71 59 Here's something for you the NFL according to a sports business journal this morning is going to try something different this year with the Monday Night Football schedule On one Monday night during this season the league will schedule one game on ESPN and one on ABC and they'll start an hour apart They're going up against each other You don't like to do that both owned by Disney of course So the current deal expires with ESPN after this year next year that kicks in a whole new deal so they're kind of a trying a bridge thing this year with one game ESPN and one on ABC What do you think Interesting I don't either I like this past season It seems like we had better games on Monday night for a change Which usually it's been Sunday Night Right Or maybe this will help I have no idea George Wallace will be dealt before All right George we'll find out what led to two helicopter crashes over the weekend Ten 47 Here frontline voices on disaster response sponsored by Verizon December An unusual time for any type of tornado activity And Jason Mitchell senior manager of Verizon's crisis response team says it was big The high EF four tornado packing winds close to 200 miles an hour and it was long On the ground for nearly three hours tracking a 160 miles in total But the worst part of the whole ordeal was where it hit The areas were very rural in nature I'm JJ green For.

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Man upset over Canada's mask mandates threatens wrong Ottawa

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Man upset over Canada's mask mandates threatens wrong Ottawa

"An Ohio man could be facing some legal trouble for allegedly trying to phone in a phony bomb threat to Canada's capital I'm Ben Thomas with details the Putnam County sheriff's office in Ohio says a twenty year old from Akron angry over Canada's mask mandates phoned in a bomb threat to Ottawa in hopes police would waste their time chasing it the man apparently thought he was calling police and the Canadian capital Ottawa we're truckers have paralyzed downtown streets for almost two weeks protest in corona virus vaccine and mask mandates however on what is also the name of the village in Ohio the seat of Putnam County that got sorted out when he called back this time claiming to have been shot the sheriff's office says the man admitted there was no bomb prosecutors are now looking at filing charges I'm Ben Thomas

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Rock And Roll (MM #3973)

The Mason Minute

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Rock And Roll (MM #3973)

"People talking. But what I wondered was what is the term? You see some people write rock and roll with the a and some people use the ampersand in the middle of a rock and roll, and then some people use the apostrophe in or the end with the apostrophes on both sides. There is no definitive answer, and I actually once worked at the place where the term was coined. Alan freed the man who coined the term rock and roll was really working at W a KR radio and Akron when he did it and got into a big fight with the owners of the company at the time, so never gave him the credit. If you ask anybody else, they ignore that part and talk about his time in Cleveland and in New York. Rock and roll, rock and roll. I don't know which it is, and at this point, who cares? Does it really matter that much?

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Rock And Roll (MM #3973)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Rock And Roll (MM #3973)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. This time of year, my newsfeed, my Facebook timeline gets filled up when The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees come out. Everybody's commenting. Everybody's talking. Of course, since I work in the media in the music business, naturally people are going to comment. On my Devo friends and fans, excited the depot was nominated. In Nashville, Dolly Parton being nominated got people talking. But what I wondered was what is the term? You see some people write rock and roll with the a and some people use the ampersand in the middle of a rock and roll, and then some people use the apostrophe in or the end with the apostrophes on both sides. There is no definitive answer, and I actually once worked at the place where the term was coined. Alan freed the man who coined the term rock and roll was really working at W a KR radio and Akron when he did it and got into a big fight with the owners of the company at the time, so never gave him the credit. If you ask anybody else, they ignore that part and talk about his time in Cleveland and in New York. Rock and roll, rock and roll. I don't know which it is, and at this point, who cares? Does it really matter that much?

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Rock And Roll (MM #3973)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Rock And Roll (MM #3973)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. This time of year, my newsfeed, my Facebook timeline gets filled up when The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees come out. Everybody's commenting. Everybody's talking. Of course, since I work in the media in the music business, naturally people are going to comment. On my Devo friends and fans, excited the depot was nominated. In Nashville, Dolly Parton being nominated got people talking. But what I wondered was what is the term? You see some people write rock and roll with the a and some people use the ampersand in the middle of a rock and roll, and then some people use the apostrophe in or the end with the apostrophes on both sides. There is no definitive answer, and I actually once worked at the place where the term was coined. Alan freed the man who coined the term rock and roll was really working at W a KR radio and Akron when he did it and got into a big fight with the owners of the company at the time, so never gave him the credit. If you ask anybody else, they ignore that part and talk about his time in Cleveland and in New York. Rock and roll, rock and roll. I don't know which it is, and at this point, who cares? Does it really matter that much?

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"akron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:35 min | 10 months ago

"akron" Discussed on WTOP

"Design jewelry Dominion jewelers in the heart of false church we make it beautiful you make it yours By appointment only It's a 35 police making an arrest and connection with spray painted straw stickers and graffiti found on some D.C. buildings One of the sites that was hit was union station The suspect is identified as a 34 year old with no fixed address Geraldo pando D.C. police say he was arrested and charged Friday with display of certain emblems that was for swastikas painted on the pillars of union station on Massachusetts avenue in northeast and defacing private public property for spray painted graffiti on buildings in northwest on 5th street Massachusetts avenue and el strait The symbols and messages were found the day after international Holocaust remembrance day Sandy cosell news a one time resident of Kansas is now in the U.S. facing charges for her alleged association with ISIS The U.S. attorney in Alexandria Virginia says 42 year old Allison fluke Akron has been charged with providing material support to a terrorist organization An FBI affidavit citing 6 witnesses some themselves charged with terrorism offenses alleges in 2016 fluke eccrine became leader of an all female unit of the Islamic State group in the Syrian city of Raqqa training women and children in the use of AK-47s grenades and suicide belts Prosecutors also alleged she wanted to recruit operatives to attack a U.S. college campus and also discussed a terrorist attack on a shopping mall The criminal complaint had been filed under seal but made public after flute Akron was brought back to the U.S. Friday She has not been in the country in more than a decade Ben Thomas Washington The death toll from the omicron variant now hired during last false delta wave Peeking back on January 15th the cases are down but the deaths are up 19% over the last two weeks We're also hearing now about a new strain an armor sub variant known as BA two Scientists say a new variant BA two omicron is being watched closely We're now seeing a variant that is going to be much more contagious and autocon and will likely take over the space occupied by the original variant In some countries BA two has already demonstrated its spreads rapidly leaving the unvaccinated at much higher risk of death and serious illness About a CBS News correspondent Michael George and still ahead in weather Google three dog night 8 37 You've heard all the ads promising new year new you But what if that resolution meant learning new skills and giving back to the community Join the fairfax county volunteer fire and rescue association.

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"akron" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"akron" Discussed on WCPT 820

"With the virus two thirds of service workers surveyed in the months leading up to the Akron surge said they did not stay home and they were feeling sick and went to work ill The numbers highlight the precarious situation for workers without sick leave in California a policy change allows healthcare workers healthcare workers who test positive for coronavirus but don't have symptoms to return to work immediately At facilities with the most severe staffing shortages symptomatic staff are allowed to work with COVID patients oi Officials have said this is necessary to keep hospitals open you know and medical care going through this COVID surge but the work and workers are outfitted with protective N95 masks and tested frequently But in the private sector that's not the case It workers are serving meals taking orders talking to coworkers and customers through cloth or surgical masks that offer less protection and raise risk for all not to mention they're sometimes not able to get tested they don't have tests So you were talking about Well yeah in LA county's largest jail this is a report from public radio here in Southern California Health workers who are going into the jail to help people who are sick say that sheriff's deputies are discouraging vaccinations and defacing COVID-19 signs Yeah yeah But this is why we keep wondering why we keep going in these same cycles and going into now we're going into year three of this right Because we have to hope that this new acron what is it called a mutation of the original Oh son of entity And no one took us up on son of entity It was like the Billy is like the cartoon village of me Of the entity world That's hilarious It's like snoring It's really weird stuff He's a growly grumpy That's what I call it Because he makes he makes sounds also eagles You know he sounds like a turtle banging a crock It does Does he You are correct He's making a lot of noise here Okay Okay We're not disturbing with all this conversation I know But here's this is what I'm saying Chris about why other people affect us though even though we're doing the right thing is because now I have to think should I go to an outdoor restaurant this week And because of people like Sarah Palin New York right New York has had to.

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"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Me was a lack of education knowing that I had not. Helping a leverage my affinity for facts and math to forge my way on a high salary path. I always can see it, everybody always had respect for being oil and stuff like in real life. So that makes you kind of want money so you can have what you want to have, you know, even if you will score you only do you stop this or you ask, that's what ties and for money even more. So now you know that you got to have money to get what you got to get. Or what you want in life. I remember my mom's dad, we called him daddy. He was my dad too. And his 89th year of holding on. He said, if you're going to forgive someone that you have to forget to, you can't do one without the other. Since I didn't know sadness or stress or depression or rationing off my dignity, I couldn't have imagined how my experiences in the future would call for me to radically practice forgiveness. Really in the long run, it kind of affects you because you feel like everybody is your family or you could trust everybody, but you tend to really not like that. Thank you so much for tuning in. If you like what you heard or you're curious about what gems will reveal next. Subscribe to our website at ebony Bond dot com that's EBA NEE be O in the dot com. That way you'll be able to stay in the loop and find out when our podcast will officially drop. Have a good day. All right, that was unboxing a resident future. In a special thanks to all those three podcasters for being featured. On this Thanksgiving edition of Latino rebels radio. I love the community podcast lab out of Akron. They did a great job. Anyway, if you like what you heard rate and review us, we will be back next week with another show. In the meantime, be grateful, be thankful and yeah, you know, tweet at us. I Latino rebels or tweet at me who lead those 77 and special thanks to Oscar Fernandez of the Latino media collective who produces Latino rebels radio for futuro media. And like we always do, we always close out with la plebe in Bernard savita. Latino.

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"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Then treat the next to a lower level. Literal expectations for subordinate performance can not only affect leader behavior, but can affect subordinates expectations of themselves and their own performance. For example, teachers and leaders tended to create a warmer and friendlier climates, give more challenging assignments and give more positive constructive feedback to high expectancy students and orac subordinates. In experiments, teachers were unaware of having treated students differently that they were told had promised versus the ones they were told probably don't have a chance. Our external environment affects our growth, especially our leadership environment, whose potential is being dampened, who is a leader in where does one find leaders? On the back side, I didn't know a lot of things everybody knew. But on the good side, I had a lot of street smarts and I was a listener. So I know how to learn. What do you wish you had to learn growing up? Oh, no, that's our afterlife better decision making. People pay for a black person to be able to make some decisions. That's the show. Keep your head. Right in time for high school, we move back to the elbow. I wanted to do more stuff with my friend. The best time of my life, outdoor fun, frolicking in the park. Also you should be able to move from home. Basketball tournament Smith experienced a chocolate bodies with shirts off. What a delight. Until it's about to be a street fight. Keep it real. No disrespect, so y'all before you catch this offbeat wreck. Switching gears. For some gear, I had to run up a check. On some levels, I didn't care to fit in. Or other levels, I was aware others didn't want me in. I can remember being made in front of because of my shoes. They were busted, so I hustle. Two jobs, two sports, answering questions in class with one eye open, high expectations, work ethic from my mama. She had 50 jobs. Did you know that a single parent with three children needs to make between $45 to $50 an hour in Mansfield and Akron to earn a living wage, not even a thriving wage. The living wage model does not include funds for pre prepared meals or those eaten in restaurants, funds for entertainment, funds for leisure time for unpaid vacations or holidays. Lastly, the calculated living wage does not provide a financial means to enable savings and investment or for the purchase of capital assets, EG, provisions for retirement or home purchases. The living wage is the minimum income standard that is met. Draws a very fine line between the financial independence of the working poor and the need to seek out public assistance or suffer consistent and severe housing and food insecurity. How do you feel about that? Tenth grade rolled around. We were one out of 20 school districts in the state. School levees weren't passing. This to neighbors with little faith. They're nice. Teacher strikes, no classes, because of all of the cuts. It seems I need to get out of this, but majority of suburban school districts block open enrollment and thus block outsiders from a better public education. On the other hand, open enrollment, which allows children to transfer from other schools the district to another without changing their home address. Leads to widespread racial segregation and concentrates poverty in many urban school districts. In most of the thousands of poor, segregated schools in America, your zip code is the anchor that traps you. Traps you. Perhaps you. Traps you. Trap. My future fell out of balance. I believe that education was a major factor in my future success. Tiger pride is swag for life, but who wants to be getting a not even mediocre education? Get me out. Only absent left is a private school or a new car. Speaking a car, wack prone to profiling mister arbitrary accused me of my car being at the scene and involved in a robbery on a Sunday evening. Said he had proof and pictures. My car was with me at work at the mall liars. Hayden because you see my car in a project. He just wanted to search more Carter find something to incriminate me. Go ahead, take advantage of my ignorance of my rights. There's nothing to be found. In my opinion. There we go. Just don't go to the police fight. And so my dad always taught me like, you know what I mean? You end up being mostly a mess with the police. And then there's always taking him to jail. So I hated the police. Picking on and intimidating people because they don't like themselves. Speaking of ignorance, mister principal question my intelligence, sir, I wanted the smartest people you know. It really is at her. They have more knowledge than me, but they are not smarter than me. That meant ended up indicted on my theft felony. Years later, turned out to be an Obama hater hater and a pro pro trumper. And I think he led an urban school district. Junior year. Rest in Paradise Joan day. Thank you for loving me and the other vulnerable students of the district. And for loving the entire block, my senior year, your life, science and your life, bad thing, you're good at both. You should do engineering. I don't want to be a trained conductor. Silly, that's not what engineers do. How are people supposed to know that they can be something if they are never exposed to it? About college was like $200,000 a year. Why didn't nobody set the proper expectations for what college would be and why don't I remember anybody at school helping me with college? So the military seemed like a great option for a kid who wanted income, education, benefits, and security. I take the as bad a percentile, did the duck walk was about to swear and until I found out Sam was a cut my hair, oh, no way, no way. Your future, honey, I will fire another future. You would tell information from me so that I couldn't make an autonomous decision. You can go ahead and miss me with that. My cousin, a little Terry, encouraged me and guided me to go into the university of acronym. So they had a good engineering program. Thank you. Rest in Paradise. I emerge into the world ready to tank The Rain spice story of my intelligence wag. Knowing at.

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"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Professional. If you like hearing stories of how other people pay attention to their lives, depending on my purpose. Get prepared to be served up some inspiration. On this show, we'll be covering everything from creativity and entrepreneurship to just have been community. Hopefully in a way that assigns and inspiring to you. This episode titled a black Bond features my very special younger brother whose cheeks, I always want to pinch in a couple of objective narrators. This episode reveals how a few of my childhood experiences growing up on the L black and dance for Ohio have influenced some of my views of community and justice. But did they change? Tune in to find out. Be sure to let us know if you can actually picture this episode. And also feel free to comment with your thoughts and reflections. And of course, share it with someone who you think will actually enjoy this type of thing. Come on. Simon says, performer. Simon says, touch your ears. Simon says, performer. Touch your heart. Shoot and jumper is around the world at the park. Candy stores on the black, hiding seek out the DNA DIY. Good boys, man. This is good bars. It's just all day flying. It's great bodge. You know, I'll be from there to really go. It's literally different now. Imaginations and adventures like no other playing house, pretending to be somebody's daughter. Now, I might have been a babys kid. But I always had enough. I had enough answer my blood. Shoot about 6. I had enough cousins, 7 times, 76. Multiple generations, close relatives, and many community relations. Counting down the days to traditions and holiday celebrations. It was like a big family event that everybody looked to look forward to in the summer, you know? It's gonna be ten, 15 cars lined up all those street and we all fit to go to Cedar point. I have a good time. I had enough after school programs and games and kids to play adventures for days. The services provided by park and recreation departments are more than fun and games are Jim and swim programs. They are critical in helping youth reach their full potential. Play not only allows for physical development, but also fuels imagination, creativity. Problem solving abilities, emotional strength and emotional well-being. Do we give kids or even ourselves enough.

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"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Negotiate through a process for. Equality now this is unpacking the idea diversity equity and includes because you can not have an inclusive conversation if you're standing on two different platforms. And then we say, well, we definitely understand that's not equitable. There's actually memes now going around and photos of people who have a misunderstanding of equity, where children are all trying to look over a fence. And equity shows that someone's box has to be hired into another just so they can see at the same height. If that's equity, then who are you asking to provide the box? Because if it's the guy that doesn't need the box, and he benefits from looking over the fence, any benefit and a system that we all are upholding. We're all upholding the system of competition, economics, improvement, productivity. We're all competing there. Because we've been taught that we are competitive nation. We haven't been taught we are cooperative nation, except when we cooperate on foreign policy with other nations, but within our nation, we haven't been taught that we're cooperating. We've been taught to compete. We've been taught to compete for recognition as those who uplift the nation. And then you have the argument that says, well, the nation was built on enslavement and victimization and abuse. And because the nation was built on these things, then we deserve to be recognized as contributors. The problem is, how can I recognize you as a contributor without giving up my position and if I give up my position then to what degree is there such things equity? And inclusion. So I'm asking, have you really understood the conversation equity inclusion? By unpacking it. Have we been able to look at it from the other side of the conversation? Is this a pointless conversation rhetorical conversation? Is this a conversation that does leads to reparations, but reparations in the form of equitable matter? And equitable matter can not be Fiat. It can not be dollars. It can not. Because you can change what the value of something is because you own the means of production. Of that valuable thing. So what does that mean that we get them from our own currency? What does that mean? When we talk about diversity equity and inclusion on this level. I mean, when we're looking at the workforce, you have a representative and some workforce. They have unions that are supposed to be able to say, this is what workers demand to be fair for all the work that you're requiring of them. And they have representatives who have been voted on by people who share in the common gain in goal of the group. But when you look at medicine and you look at hospitals, what is equitable when you hire a black manager or elite to represent the underclass who have been mistreated in the world of medicine, what does it look like? Does that guy go out and say, hey, we need to build a hospital that is ran by the next upcoming generation of doctors, you need to make sure that you go and support a whole class of medical practitioners within schools of new thought that says that black people don't tolerate pain more or that black people shouldn't be victimized through experimentation. What does it look like? To have a real conversation about diversity equity inclusion. When I go into elementary schools, middle schools and high schools and I see the majority of the students are of color, but the majority of the teachers are not. And then we look at the board of education and they say, well, black people don't apply and then you find out through the whispers in the Grapevine that so many black people have applied, but their application was forgotten, lost. Misplaced. And those same people are now working in other impoverished areas because those people are looking for them because they population is much bigger. I live in the city that at one time was controlled the entire political system of the city I live in now was once controlled by the Ku Klux Klan. That represents a culture that was designed and continued up to this day, but we won't recognize that because the black manager elite class one does not know to those that do are quiet because it's not considering an equitable or an inclusive conversation when we really look at the direction of education the manufacturing of education and we look at the success of those who went through the design education system that we're trying to defeat. Culturally generationally. Because we've been taught to look at this statement, this question wrong. Diversity equity inclusion has nothing to do with being recognized for the same dollar amount. It's way deeper than that. But are we willing to unpack diversity equity inclusion to get down to the nitty Gritty of it? All right, with that being said, you know how it goes here on the aspiring intellectual, I look forward to hearing from you next week. Check this out. Your assignment, check out James ball inverse Buckley on YouTube. I'm quite sure you'll get something out of it. Besides that, make sure you read a book. Now we have mister James Baldwin, the star of the evening. Who has been sitting listening a 10th of May, he's getting a wonderful reception here in the Caribbean. Remembers enthusiasm from all sides of the house with a Baldwin who has been listening to the argument. Now we'll bring the voice of actual experience to the debate. Good evening. I find myself not for the first time. And the position of a kind of Jeremiah. For example, I don't disagree with mister burford that the inequality suffered by the American Negro population of the United States has hindered the American Dream. Indeed it has. I cried with some other things you had to say. The other deeper element of a certain awkwardness I feel. It has to do with one's point of view. I had to put it that way. One's one's sense. So one system of reality. All right? That was the inspiring intellectual. And now, our third and final podcast, it's called unboxing a resonant future and in that podcast host ebony Bond takes the audience on a working class, Ohio journey of perseverance, determination. And affirmation through education. You like that? Anyway, here's unboxing a resonant future. Hey. Welcome to unboxing a resident YouTube. My name is ebony bond and I am your narrator host and curious young.

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"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Bring this question in this topic to you today for the reason that I heard a podcast or a panel discussion that engaged what I would consider the black elite managerial class. Somewhere business owners, some have made some money, educated, and the conversation stemmed around the question, do black people play victim? Well, the conversation that is happening in mainstream society today is based on diversity equity inclusion. And I don't know, this could be a bias perspective on who's being asked to sit at the table to represent the underclass. Is it the black managerial elite class? Of course it is. No Fortune 500 company wants a person who doesn't have the quote unquote credentials to sit at the table to represent the voice of the people that they're trying to identify. Now we have to ask ourselves when you talk about diversity equity and inclusion, and then you include the black managerial class, or the elite class. Who do they truly represent? What perspective do they really bring to the table? For diversity equity inclusion to truly exist. We also have terms such as implicit bias. And we have to ask a question. Due to black managerial elite class, have an implicit bias to the underclass. Of course, there's implicit bias for all of us to understand is something we consider to be subconscious that we have to be notified of. But is there a level that is discussed within the ranks of the black manager elite class that then is exposed to the systemic oppression or the system, the proprietors of the system that we're trying to combat? And it's just done on purpose. Because we know that the think tank of people who either run the company run the country are intelligent enough to know that psychologically, these are issues that are taking place constantly. And if we engage and we keep people confused or constantly running around the mill trying to figure out something that has no ending, which we consider to be rhetoric, then we'll actually get nowhere. Our do black people play the victims are black people playing the victim. The reason that black people are in the streets has to do with the lives they're forced to leave in this country. Yes. Yes. By definition of the word victim, you must understand what the definition of the term victim actually means. We can not assume that victim means what we emotionally connect the word, too. But look at what the word actually means. And in context, so here we definitely love to present you with vocabulary. Sometimes a vocabulary might seem way out and someone can get lost in what is being discussed. But if we actually go and we look up the definition of victim and I'm gonna have the definition read to you now. Victim. Noun. Anyone who has harmed by another. An aggrieved or disadvantaged party in a crime, EG swindle. A person who suffers any other injury, loss, or damage as a result of a voluntary undertaking. An unfortunate person who suffers from a disaster or other adverse circumstance. A living creature which is slain and offered as human or animal sacrifice. Usually in a religious right by extension, the transfigure body and blood of Christ in the eucharist. Great. If we understand what the definition of victim means, then by definition, people have been abused, people have been killed. They are victims. If you've been duped or tricked, you're a victim. Have you been killed for religious reason, you're a victim and we know the Ku Klux Klan uses crosses for what reason we might not know. But the crosses symbolic of Christianity, the swastika, a religious symbol with symbolic of nazism. So yes, people play victim. Until they no longer play. Now emphasis on the word play. And this panel discussion, the emphasis was on the word play. Although it wasn't interpreted that way, it was interpreted to be that the emphasis was on the word victim. But yes, we play victim. Because if we did not play victim, then we would have to actually go into negotiations or and warfare. And the reason for that is when you no longer play the victim, then you've been abused and therefore you retaliate. You're not you've been victimized, but you're not playing a victim allowing it to continue to happen because you didn't assert yourself. Now, when we talk about being ashamed, and I love this poem by links and Hughes. Because we're talking about sit at the table. So if we want to see that the table and we're going to have an equitable voice, then that equitable voice is asking. It's inner self is subconscious. To stand and be recognized as an equal, and I got to ask him so, who's sitting at this table? Because if it's the manager or elite class, and they're representing the underclass, do they understand the underclass desires needs and wants to be able to consciously engage equals on the opposite side? Now, that also means that we have to understand what we're asking for when it comes to something equitable. That's why when you look at foreign policies, and there's negotiation. In South Africa, Angola and other parts of the world, and even the way they're trying to bring the problems of the Jews in Russia into the United Nations they cause a violation of human rights. We believe that our problem is one not a violation of civil rights by the violation of human rights. Not only are we denied the right to be a citizen in the United States, we're denied the right to be a human being. Because they're saying, we are a country too. We have a seat at the United Nations, United Nations. It doesn't say the united lower nations in the united upper nations. And since United Nations. So the smallest representative has the same powers as the largest representative. And then it comes down to a game of negotiations and relationships. So when we talk about diversity equity, and inclusion, are we talking about having an equitable representative whose equitable to the people that's at the table who also understands who they represent well enough to then demand or.

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"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"You doing? I'm doing good. I'm doing good. What's up, where are we going? I'm about to go to fire so far and we're going to meet Jerry there at the park. Oh, okay, man. Cool beans. Watch your guys. They're all over. I am a park manager at is my job to manage actually the tow path trail between summit Lake and Clinton, Ohio. Basically, what we do is we just maintain a park. Anything that happens in the park or comes up in the park, it is our responsibility to take care of it. And from anything from picking up trash to cut and trees down or fixing the trail that has actually washed out. Those are our responsibilities. For the next two and a half hours, as a group we walked and learned about different tree species, we learned about different birds or red winged blackbirds, and I'm looking for a black hat ticket we connected with nature, and it was a beautiful thing natural cardinal. They are. They're very they're more shy than even but the overwhelming lesson that I take away from it all is they're shy. Letting go of the fear. You got one? That's always been attached to black people. Like in outdoor spaces. Don't be nervous and truly just trying to experience something. What do you think is the biggest deterrent when it comes to education? Something that we were always told to stay away from. We like to go fishing and things like that. We were always going fishing, but because of the history of basically our people. It wasn't always a good thing to do or safe thing to do to go into the wood. So a lot of times we didn't camp when other people were camping, we didn't go walk trails and other people were walking trails because our experiences weren't as nice going in the Woods as coming out. So what we ended up finding out was over the history of time, we just have been encouraged to do other things while while they were walking trails that we were playing basketball play in baseball. That kind of contributed to generations of staying out of the areas that you're the be safe and I can say for me, I'm 6 foot four and 275, 280 pounds when I came to work for the park. I was scared to death a walk through. I was scared because I was always taught that, you know, it was a dangerous place to be plus. I didn't trust the animals, but there was nothing but it was nothing but a chipmunk. And then I noticed that chipmunks and their squirrels and then there's birds and then there's all kinds of you might see a weasel. I've actually seen mink in this park. So there's so many different things that are around and they're more nervous and scared of us than we are at them, but that was something we were never taught. We were never we were never brought into that environment. It's a thing for black women or black people to be hesitant as it pertains to parks. You ready to move on? And then we kind of walked in and let go and shed some of that fear and visiting a park with a ranger. Steaks and stones may break my bones. But words will never stop me. I invite you to follow me as I continue this journey. Learning more about diversity and outdoor spaces. Reconnecting with my roots because we're really taking on these adventures together. All right, that was sticks and stones. Great job. All right, let's get to our second podcast, which is called the aspiring intellectual. And in that podcast, host John Smith discusses whether the underclass or the upper class should carry the conversation of diversity equity and inclusion. And John also asked how is that conversation carried? How should one carry that conversation? So here is the aspiring intellectual. I too sing America. I am the darker brother. They send me to eat in the kitchen when company come. But I laugh and eat well and grow strong. Tomorrow, I'll be at the table when company comes. Nobody or dare say to me, eat in the kitchen, then besides, they'll see how beautiful I am and be ashamed. I too. I'm America. Thanks to new 1925. What is the conversation of bursty equity inclusion? Have to do with who we are today. Today's topic and discussion is diversity equity and inclusion. And a misdirection of the conversation. Is it for us? Those of the underclass to have a conversation about diversity equity inclusion or is it for the elite class? To have a conversation about equity and inclusion. With those who are representative of the underclass. Or even better. What qualifies a person to sit at the tape? Have a conversation about diversity equity. And that includes on today's episode of the aspiring.

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"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"akron" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"akron" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

Esports Network Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"akron" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

"About adding value and experiences for the students, but besides making a profit first month and Almighty dollar that's where you're going to find a success because that's that. Those are the companies that are going to have relationships long-term with brands are looking to invest Partnerships and all that. It's not about making the money necessarily it's about, you know, adding value and quality first in my opinion. That's the best best platform to companies to work with for sure. That takes it nicely full circle into adding value, which is exactly what PK started this show off talking about how he fuse is adding value in the space off Sophie K. I want to give you the first plug of the wrap up the show match coming up next week watch people be watching following looking out for what do you want them to do with ethias? I can't, I can't wait for the social media to start popping of these two talking a little jab back and forth where we're going to throw out some graphics today, but next Tuesday Night Live From The Arena 6:30 the pregame show with OG pickle and then 7:00 live the two best rocket League teams in the country going at it. Just like I did last semester they went back and forth and I can't wait to see the result a little bit. I'm excited to watch as well. But enjoy watching more Collegiate rocket League. I Can't Get Enough Rocket league, so I'm off. Hope to have another Avenue of competition Nate over to you accurate. The Akron Zips. What do you want people looking out for following appreciate about Akron? Yeah. I mean, I'm looking forward to a fantastic game should be a good even matchup between Akron and Northwood coming up here next week. So looking forward to see it looking forward for that if used production level going to be fantastic ghosts just goes it's a great mascot. It's a great mascot Cody. I apologize. I don't know Northwoods mascot. What do you want people looking out for Timberwolf? Younger wolves? Okay. Okay, if it's the I guess you guys are Michigan. Minnesota, but I like that still that's cool. Yeah. No, I'm looking forward to seeing our our players in Akron players featured in a environment where it's focused on them and not like thirty two other teams, which will be really special. I'm looking forward to it. It'll be a good game for sure. It's always always as a good good saccharine again. The history is Pretty remarkable and both of our teams have players that are not seen yours either. So we will this will continue for a while and it's just it's going to be we're to put on a good show for everybody thought for sure. I love it developing rivalries in Collegiate Esports with two of the dominant rocket League teams in Northwood and Akron have had plenty of success in other games as well. Be sure to look out for those programs spotlights. You want to learn more about Akron in Northwoods programs specifically or follow Nate and Cody follow their programs themselves and be on the lookout for them some of the biggest college e Sports programs in North America as well as some of the most successful ones and then check out a fuse a fuse is a really cool website. I actually really enjoy their social media Patrick was nice enough to get me verified the first social media site to verify me starting off if we loved it. I appreciate you for coming on the show Patrick. I'll be sure to link everything underneath this show off. To our listeners, so you'll be able to find links to where the show match will be broadcast to other a few things and then to Akron and Northwoods programs underneath this show. If you would learn more will be back on Monday with in the news covering the top headlines from the last week in Collegiate Sports. Have a great weekend everyone..

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