22 Burst results for "Aletha"

"aletha" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain

EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"aletha" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain

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"aletha" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"aletha" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"I truly do only because like I feel like the lyrics like different lyrics. Speak to different people so like I feel like people like certain songs just because they were going through a tough time or whatever and like resonated with it but yeah like you're right about lake that they're just objectively better songs but I think everyone's list did. I definitely am more into these tapes of challenges than like the fucking like. Push up wanting something like that. Oh No no no absolutely not. No one has taken me because they knew that dots just anyone tells me and then you're getting blocked and recorded absolutely first cyberbullying one hundred percent but yeah like this is the type of challenge into and it's also funny like to me. How like things have changed in quarantine because if anyone posted one of these when we are not in quarantine I would literally be like fuck. This is so annoying. I don't WanNA fill this out. I don't give a fuck about your list like you're not interesting to me like don't put post this in your instagram stories. I'm going to skip through it. And now unlike living and breathing for these fucking instagram posts. It's true though like pre quarantine I would have been like Piss that. Someone had the data d the post those on the instagram stories. And now I've poured over every single small detail of people. Okay is there anything else you want to chat about helping you do Aletha Anonima pop so good. So our next go should hands down She has she has some way that she can honestly do But I think the next thing. Go Odyssey my opinion if I'm choosing. It should hands down loose innate but give this girl from credit it can't be easy artists that most of our project and during the quarantine. You can't even chore were that you can't even go to night. Shows different that but listen to that future nostalgia give it a listen. What else are you going to do? So yes it's actually so good. I like didn't obvious I knew like duleep has like kind of like really pop albums that are like on the or singles that are on the charts and stuff like that but leg. I actually like I love her. It's so good it's really really good. I Mike so surprised that like fully admire like rotation and that has been one of my activities in quarantine is to go on a like fucking hour drive and just like blast music and sing and dually by is doing it for me okay. It's been such a pleasure talking to you teddy. Thank you for having me. It's an honor. It's been like weeks weeks trying to schedule this. I don't know because we're in a fucking quarantine but it's so nice huddle book schedule. Yes we've been busy What you're having me Teddy. Where can people find you? Yes so I've actually on twitter as hardly the only social media. Kinda like us the most or use of and it's like at Ocean coast as old C. E. N. When coast the coast together on? I just do funny memes on their funny. One liners my own botts. Every once in a while won't give me a follow on there guy silly. If you like Teddy heartaches follow him on twitter. Thanks again for listening. If you like what you hear you can get more content from me on instagram twitter and facebook at RTP be podcast. Do you have something you would like me to talk about. Where a petty story you'd like to share with the listeners. Slide into those. Dm's they're always open. I hope that you're staying healthy and safe as always I'm your host Tori and I'm ready to be petty. Cu soon bye..

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"aletha" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Number one, hit music station one or two point seven kiss. Julie. Aletha shot to do about the way. What's up? Swansong point seven kids. Nothing. Point filming. Points of doing. Watching. No. Thorn? The. Say. Coming up at seven forty seven forty. Juice world tickets Jewish world. Tickets seven forty on kiss. Oh my God. I forgot to mention this later on tonight palsy, Youngblood Youngblood tonight, nine o'clock. Could it be hanging? Say. Works. Yes. Means. Cheri. Jerry. Joe Joe on the radio or two point seven FM seven forty roughly seven forty tickets juice world to get ready for that. Also. I'm Tom man tonight, nine o'clock little chat with palsy and young blood to get the track eleven minutes. You know? Alsi Youngblood tonight. Nine o'clock FYI, yo. How do you do that? You get it. The voice of your voice when I was on the radio just. I just. Punch a button says microphone on then I turn it off. And I'm done. There's a real complicated process. If you're Boorda crushing Katie baked the switch to best fades this. Bob star. Rated mobile game is.

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Top 40 Activism with Justin Tranter

Switched On Pop

04:51 min | 2 years ago

Top 40 Activism with Justin Tranter

"With Justin trans or one of the most prolific contemporary songwriters. Justin's written many of the songs we've broken down on the show. Justin Bieber sorry on as make me feel Selena Gomez, bad liar. And Julia Michaels issues with who he collaborates frequently Justin is more than just a songwriter, though. He's also a prominent LGBT and gun safety activists. He served on the board of glad and he uses his songwriting platform to advocate, his politics and to boost marginalized voices. He's prolific thoughtful and instructive on how someone can embed their activism into their work so named I think you're going to really enjoy this one. Here's our conversation with Justin Justin thank for joining us. Thank you for having. So in your Twitter bio, you are song writer activist. And today, I want to talk about both of those sides of your wonderful music. And I think what we're going to see is that they. They are inseparable. Yes. But let's let's jump in and talk about your music. I because we always want to do on the show. You are coming today with a song that you've covert in with do aletha hauled swan song, it's the end credit of alita battle angel and it serves as both a pop song and film score. Chris O works. Hopefully, we'll see. So let's just dive right in take a listen to that. Sounds. On the. Breaking walls the walls. The same as Diana. We've got. Well, thank you. So I just want to start and ask what does this once on swansong is I think the end of someone's career? So their final moments swan dive swansong, it's like your your final moment. For me. Watching the leader definitely song. One hundred percent written for the movie. So I saw the movie I it was a huge fan of the enemy and to me. It was just this woman. Cyborg, whatever we want to call this brilliant character of alita kind of comes into her power and realizes through her history and through being true to herself that she has the power to change the world. And so this is not her song. Yeah. This is not her swan dive, it's a new life. So both you and Duleep have gone on social media and talked a little bit more about some of the meaning behind the song. And that this is not a swan song is about the fight for Justice. And that it's not just the beginning of five for. This is an ongoing battle. Exactly, it's was wondering in the songwriting process. If there were bits of sort of intentional thoughts about how are we going to embed topics of Justice in this? It was all very intentional. So when I saw the movie I was just so excited that was like, wait. I get to like write a song in this. Character is an activist. Like, right. We don't think of it that way. But like superheroes are all activists there like fighting evil. They're fading wrong in alita. It's very much like the rich live in the Sky City and the whole rest of the world because the world's been destroyed. So the only people left are all dirt poor and live below the Sky City to get that sort of activism in the song was what what's what's the point of my lips if they don't make noise. So like an idea of like, we all have a voice, what's the point? Why have a voice if we aren't using it to speak out against injustice? Alita has this insane power. She knows this martial art form that only has died. No one knows. But she she knows it and she's. This crazy cyborg that has her body has technology that other bodies don't sidewalk bodies don't wrote. So she is has this extreme privilege, and as I always say what's the point of privilege if you don't pay it forward. So to me like elitist the ultimate privileged activists using her privileged for good. And then also we say in the pre chorus is very much inspired by act up which was the from the eighties still exists today, but started in the eighties HIV and aids activist group that ended up saving millions and millions of lives with their with their fight. And their motto was silence equals death. And so that idea of staying quiet the same as dying. So we're tried to find subtle ways to really infuse activists history in into the song. That's a beautiful woman. I want to take a second and just play the pre chorus so people can here's there. Because the. Same as Diana. Obviously

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Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

The Frame

06:31 min | 2 years ago

Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

"You watch the Grammy awards last night, and you care about representation and diversity. You may have been pleasantly surprised the sixty first annual Grammy awards did not repeat the Grammy. So male ceremony of twenty eighteen where only one woman Elissa car up one a solo award in the top categories Alicia Keys, hosted Cardi B became the first solo women to win for rap album and Casey must graves took home the trophy for album of the year on top of all that the show's musical performances were heavily female driven with numbers by do aletha. Dolly Parton, communica Baeau, lady Gaga and many more. I spoke today with varieties executive music editor, Shirley Helprin. And she began with her reaction to the shows performances. I thought the performances were really top knots. I thought they were very well produced. They were colorful, they were labyrinth was a lot of, you know, really, you know, beautiful choreography, you know, there were couple of moments. I think people were sort of scratching their heads. Like Jennifer Lopez, you know, sort of presence in the Motown sixtieth anniversary tributes. You know, she got a lot more singing time than smokey Robinson. Who was you know, one of the architects of the Motown's found, but I think Casey muss grades was fantastic. Cardi B was really fun. Boys over about his truck Sawhill speak. In terms of of them stepping into that kind of Barras in line last year about how women needs to step up. I mean, I think the producers and CBS really took to heart the controversy and really looked at their program and thought about these issues I wanna play something from do aletha who won best new artist. She was making a reference to comments made last year by academy president Neo Poh now. Oh my God. I don't even know what speaking I guess where I wanted to begin by saying. How on and I am to be nominated alongside so many incredible female artists, the fizz, I guess this really stepped up. So that is Mirroring what Neil porno said about women stepping up. So they're two things that are at issue here. One is who is allowed and invited to perform their show and the second is who actually goes home with a hardware. So if you're to look at who actually was nominated who won Grammys does it feel like some progress is being made on that front. Even if the performers were actually more Representative of the industry. Yeah. I can't really give credit to the Grammys organization for that. Because it's it's the voting body and the voting body is is working musicians and engineers and mixers producers songwriters, you know. So so it's really what they feel are our songs on the albums that most resonated this year. I think Casey most grades winning album of the year is a great example of how an artist really transcend, John RAs, I love country music with everything that I am. And I'm very proud to be able to get to share my version of that with the world. Thank you for supporting that joke, the embraced by, you know, not just an American audience, but global audience who, you know, probably a lot of them wouldn't call themselves country music fans. So I think that was a big win. And I think childish Gambino winning for this is America, which is such a provocative. You know, in politically charged song was another example of the voting body really embracing something that is different that is not pop-oriented. That wasn't you know, like a major radio hit, you know, all of these things come into play. And and I think things are changing, you know, look -lution sorta like steering battleship. It doesn't happen overnight. But I see signs of abroad or more inclusive Grammy organization than the feature were you think about kind of how wide net the Grammy's and the Grammy voters are casting. You look at Casey most graves, even though the k pop. Bam BTO's did not win. There were certainly a big presence. Does it feel like the definition of what is Grammy worthy is becoming a little bit more broad now. Well, I think there's always been this conflict between Grammys as a TV show and Grammy's as, you know, a music awards ceremony, and you really have to balance those two things, and I think for CBS, which which airs the show their priority is really just making sure that people tune in and that they get the youngest demo possible. You know, Camille at the Belo is odd. Obviously very much of that generation and BTS which has very very energetic fan base. That's why they were toes into present. I mean, they were only nominated for best reporting package and they didn't win. So, you know, been of a stretch to have them there. But that's not to say that people weren't like in excited. Just to see you know, what is the biggest Cape fans in the world. So it's a mix of all those things, you know. I mean, I think it'll be more interesting to see how other awards shows sort of pit after the Grammy's, and the fact that that really took, you know, a much broader more pop Centric Roop of artists to perform were you think about the people who won not only the broadcast Ramon. But earlier was there a specific award that really gratified you and conversely was there one person who didn't win who really wish might have. I think the gratifying win was Saint Vincent winning with Jeff. Antonoff just to incredible artists. You know, I was really thrilled that to aletha one for for best new artist and for electricity, which is just an amazing amazing song really one of the greatest songs of the last year in terms of surprises. I mean, I I mean the little surprise that some of the artists coming in with so many nominations like Drake really didn't walk away with a whole hell of a lot. But I will shout out to one amazing female mastering engineer, which is Emily Lazar. She won four for mastering for Beck's album, and she has been at this for like, you know, twenty years really at the top of her name. And she's the first woman, you know, mastering engineer to win a Grammy of the stature. So really really thrilled about that. To know when it comes to representation women come up very short as producers and as engineer so that was a very special win,

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Gaga, Gambino And America discussed on KSTE Programming

KSTE Programming

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Gaga, Gambino And America discussed on KSTE Programming

"The year childish Gambino said song. This is America. One honors for record of the year and song of the year. This year is best new artist was due. Aletha? Other big winners were Cardi B for best rap album and lady Gaga for best pop duo or group performance Gaga, also performed her Grammy winning song

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"aletha" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on Z104

"Artist spotlight series, featuring do aletha as a woman you like. That'd be equality. Of course, I won't people to to see that women have exactly the same opportunities as men do. And even us doing exactly the same Josie wants to be treated as equal. We want to stop sexual harassment. We want to stop this misconduct. That's happening in what places but not send the entertainment industry will all over the world. And by speaking up about it, you heard there's going to be a massive change. Artists spotlight series, featuring Bryce by music trying to show people who I am as a person and be as open with them. And then hopefully, they understand it. And they feel similarly that's kind of my way of connecting with people in like a. Endless bountiful way. You know what? I mean. I don't I don't use. It always made me feel better growing up. You know? So that was the big thing. There was a song for every mood and a different kind of John row for every feeling. It was is just like. The perfect way to get over whatever you're going through how I see the world in a song called foghorn Leghorn that I I do a live Wednesday. I go live on Wednesdays on Instagram and show fans all the stuff that I'm working on. And then when I play live, they already know a lot of the songs and stuff like that. But I write about I try to always write about something different. Like once I got something out of the way. Cool. Then I either elevate that same concept with another one or try to think of something completely different Farda spotlight series, featuring post Malone. To you is don't give a like, I say like always say man, there's a lot of people that are going to try to put you down and try to kick you keep all rocking. Always be yourself. Always be original. Don't listen to what anybody has to say. Because at the end of the day self-awareness, it's you being happy with who you are artists spotlight series, featuring Alessia Kara..

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"aletha" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on The Moth

"I'm Kathryn burns. And in this show. We're talking about courage. It's a topic that comes up over and over the stories told around the world in our story, slam competitions. And we're gonna play you three of them. I assure you about having the guts to chase a childhood dream. Here's aletha Brown. Live and the moth slam in the Bronx. So why was maybe five or six I stepped off the curb on corner of one hundred six street and third avenue. Mom looks back reaches her hand like come on. And see this woman standing there waiting for the light to change, and she's poised and regal. D dark midnight, blue black and she's got an along gate at neck would be wrapped around her in all kinds of colors, and I'm thinking in that moment. Wow. Ceautiful? I look at the top of her head. And I realize she's got no hair on. And I'm thinking just in that moment, if I lived to be fifty I want to touch that kind of beauty and cut all my hair off. So we move up to the Bronx. And I'm living fifteen hundred noble and unin did every kind of do and don't my hair from Kool aids condition is all kinds of stuff in it. And I'm walking down a hallway, and my mother and my brothers waiting at the door and my brothers looking at was coming out the room, and he's like. That he's she's like shut it down. Tony brown. Your sister's an artisan, she's expressed in. Self so. Move up to Riverdale. And I'm now got a new do my cousin, callers and natural hair. We stern she did some coil thing that has a pattern. It looks almost like the pineapples and I'm living in a neighborhood, that's predominantly Jewish. So back in that moment in time. If I saw one Brown person, it looked like me, we came running towards each other like flow motion luck in theory..

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"aletha" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on The Takeaway

"One. I think there's just a lack of acceptance and value for black women in their experience an acknowledgement by society and structures and policies. There's a disconnection there. I think there's a disconnection about what creates violence in the first place, and that it isn't about the victim. It isn't always about, you know, blaming the individual people do things and are a product of the experience of where they live where they work. What opportunities they have for education. What's been wealth-building and all of those are created by historical structures and policies and often time in our country. They have been rooted in racism and other forms of oppression. So if we aren't clear about these upstream factors, and are not focusing on how we address these upstream factors. These downstream experiences of violence will continue, and they will persist when I ask you something. I know a lot of women are probably I was thinking about this. We mentioned Dr. O'neill? And the thing that was was so tragic was how do you protect yourself? This is a woman who was an only a doctor. She was in her place of work. What can women do to protect themselves? So I don't only want to put the onus of responsibility on woman. I think this is a societal issue and a societal solutions that need to happen. And so women and other people need to understand recognize what are the signs of abuse in that just physical abuse. It's mental abuse emotional abuse stalking financial bureau, so many different types of abuses out there. And I think the more that we are familiar with them the easier were able to recognize them. But then we also need to get comfortable with talking about issues that we may be experiencing and not from the point of view of the woman having to speak them. But also us as families in communities to be able to ask people questions like what what kind of questions should someone be thinking about just questions? Just even not ignoring it. You know, what are you going through? What do you experie-? Is this happening to oftentimes many families are still so much stigma? There's so much silence. As it relates to how we talk about whether it's even mental health, but especially domestic violence as well. You don't talk about that you leave that that's a family issue. You don't talk about how my family's West Indian? You. Don't talk about what happens in another person's family. There's also a fear of this the fear of retaliation right in the fear that you'll get ostracized from the rest of your community or the fear. You won't be able to take care of your children, and what's going to happen with your children. There are many fears that can come up, and I think again, the more that we're able to create spaces literal spaces in terms of physical spaces, but also spaces where people can talk and speak about these. But also change higher level policies that allow for these bases the exist. It's critical in it's important. I also say again, though, as institutions that work, I'm in a government institution or community based organizations again, there's higher level work that we need to do into think about and we really need to focus on how. We transform our relationships to gender and power as a core strategy to eliminate health equities, especially for black women. Dr aletha Bank is the deputy Commissioner of the center for health equity at the New York City health department, Dr Maybank thank you again for being with us. Thank you..

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"aletha" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on Z104

"Artist spotlight series, featuring do aletha as woman you'll like, of course, I want that to be equality. Of course, I want people to to see that women have exactly the same opportunities as men do. And even us doing exactly the same jobs who want to be treated as equal. We want to stop sexual harassment. We wanna stop this misconduct. That's happening in what places but not send the entertainment industry will all over the world. And by speaking up about it, you there's going to be a massive change. Artist spotlight series, featuring post Malone. City. You is don't give a like I say like, I always say man, there's a lot of people that are going to try to put you down and try to kick you Skibo rocking. Always be yourself. Always be original. Don't listen to what anybody has to say. Because at the end of the day self-awareness, it's you being happy with who you are. Artist spotlight series, featuring Lord. It's full of memories. And sounds and and I I have a seizure, which is when me a music is super visual, it could be colors and textures and this songs just like this stuff's kind of experience or much to it. But yeah, I mean, I I. Hello heartbreak is fine. Totally fine. It's it's I think you I have break his big thing. You know, I went from being sixteen and being like. Hey. You know, you go through it. And it's such a colorful and tint staying in family self changing as they came out of that names. Like all of a sudden names like a different person. It's amazing, and they have to write about this crazy thing. And that's kind of the song. Do one thing to protect the environment. It all starts with just one thing November. Fifteenth is America recycles day all around the country. There.

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"aletha" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Mom. Number five. One one Pearl. Keep busy spreading her business. Yeah. Maybe he can't remember her name. Him singing the song to the girl? And it's like, okay, I'm going to stop when I get to know. I think that like he inadvertently said too much in the I I realize that day he's got a big tick. And here's all the girls. Here's my resume show-me Kate show. It doesn't really flow with the song. Very well. He's just kind of talking at the same time as the hook. I would prefer if he wasn't in the hook. He's just giving references because he's like look this really like you said he's thinking I really fucked myself over here, here's some proof that I know how to do my shit. Well, Google names. I'm just saying like, I don't think he fucked Monica and Monique at least not in the same. I actually I think he he thought to Yolly for sure how many of these do you think he actually had sex with the fact that they Ryan convenient. I bet he had sex with a kisha Shawna aletha at a Monica. That's my money's on them. Because they were like closer to the top of each line. You know, fresh on the mind because they're true you to the line. You inadvertently say your li-. I this song does not make sense talking about one particular girl. She she does her job. Well, she's the one that will lock it up. She won't tell anyone you're fucking around. And then he names all these other women told on himself. Yeah. It's all a lie. He's actually never had sex. I love when she choose medic. When she puts her tongue inside. Actually, the next part does kind of seem like maybe he's never had sex before you might as well just be a little. Hair? Wrapping it up till you can't have it here..

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"aletha" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on KCRW

"Home we spoke with Shane olathe. Kevin headquarters all campaign you've precinct precinct right back here. Really? She is a middle school teacher who's running for city council and would seem to have nothing at all in common with Donna Keller. Then again, these are two women whose politics are motivated by the same emotion. Fear shayna. She said she remembers feeling it at her middle school the morning after Trump was elected on that day. When I know that so many people were just devastated and in shock and crawling back into the covers I knew I didn't have the luxury of doing that. Because I had hundreds of Latino students at my school that we're going to be terrified what what was scaring them. They were worried that their parents were going to be deported and some of their parents were she told me only making her students more nervous, and it definitely has an effect on how they learn. In a way when you're living in fear. It's really hard to learn about things like cells and body systems. I have several students who we've been trying to get their parents to come in for conferences were to discuss their child's individualized education plan that won't come because they're afraid of getting picked up and the students have shared with me. My mom doesn't have papers. So we don't leave. They can't verify aid to come to school. Shane aletha is a democrat. And that's the way she's going to be voting next month for Harley Rueda over Republican congressman Dana Rohrabacher, but she says what she wants most is lawmakers who are willing to work with the other site. I have to believe that there are people on both sides of the aisle that really do want to work together that this divisiveness I really want to believe that that's not who we are as a nation. It's amazing. Just as a journalist who watches these debates from afar, it seems like so quickly. You're labeled as someone who just wants to protect immigrants in this country and doesn't care about the safety of people and people on the other side are labeled as racist. And there's just no way to to actually build bridges. That is how it looks. If you're reading things on the internet. But if you're out there in the community and you're walking with us. You'll see that there's far more that does bring us together, then divides us, and so you'd be ready to to settle people down who are just calling the president racist and say, that's that's not helpful. Let's let's try and work through this. I would do that. Absolutely. I don't know that I would actually be able to come out and say, he's not racist. But I think I can say something along the lines of continuing to push that narrative is not helpful. What is something that we can talk about that is helpful. That was the voice of shayna Leith this. And before that we heard from Donna Keller there to voters here in Orange County, California, and we're going to take you to other corners of this district. Elsewhere in the program. This is NPR news..

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"aletha" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Dollar the less expensive when Holly's not that good of a print or does maybe smaller. You know, you want the big one you went to seventeen hundred. Well, anyway, Trump hangs it up. That's pretty cool. I mean, imagine how many gifts they must get. He sees this wines. Like, yeah. Like, it's put it up. I like the fact that he was gracious enough to call the artist and thank him. I think that that was a very very big fan of thank yous. I think that that was really nice. Thank you Mary for that segment. Guess what you're not getting for Christmas, by the way, five fifty one. Here's elrushbo. Aletha shapiro. She is part of the angry leftist mob. That's harassing elected. Republicans now on Facebook. He posted her plans to bird dog senators in their place of work. She was bringing her for young children. She said, so they could see the horrible atrocious men in the Senate who confirmed Justice cabin on. And things went as planned sort of Mr. Pero ambushed Bill Cassidy Louisiana Republican in the Senate corridor. She demanded that Cassidy apologized to her kids for ruining their futures. But Senator Cassidy wasn't having it he immediately lean down. And he told the kids that their parents were using them. And then he reassured them that quote in the future. If somebody raised false allegations against them with no proof. They shouldn't worry that. They would be. Okay. He then thanked the Shapiro's in one about his business. The infuriated mother continued to yell screaming that Cassidy should be ashamed for not believing women and for ruining her daughters lives this Shapiro. It looks like there's only one. Person ruining their lives. I'll give you three guesses. The answer. Is you.

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"aletha" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on Z104

"Artist spotlight series, featuring do aletha as a woman you like, of course, I want that to be equality. Of course, I want people to to see that women have exactly the same opportunities as men do. And even us doing exactly the same jobs who want to be treated as equal. We won't stop sexual harassment want to stop this misconduct. That's happening in what places but not sin. Save an industry will all over the world. And by speaking up about it, you there's gonna be a massive change. This week. No Mars, just the way you are. Just the way you are was the debut solo single by Bruno Mars, it ended up being one of the best selling digital singles of two thousand eleven selling over twelve and a half million copies. Hit number one or approached number one on charts around the globe it said the track. Inspire Meghan Trainor mega hit all about that. Bass. This week nineteen Seventy-six Kassovitz disco. At the time was a Memphis DJ. He said a day to write the song and months to convince anyone to perform the track was even in the film, Saturday Night Fever, but these manager denied the use of the song on the soundtrack which went to sell forty million copies. The duck in the song sounds quite like Donald Duck in the Disney cartoons, but Disney maintain that Clarence Nash, the original voice of Donald never contributed. She's the star reality TV's Vandross pump role dossey Schroeder, and she's got lots to say new on demand podcast right up with Stasi. I talk about pop culture reality T V gossip relationships and a little bit about myself. Okay, ally listened to Stasi on your schedule, I'm answering your emails in your question. I wanna give my opinion on everything. That's what I do best judge. Download and subscribe at the new radio dot com app or wherever you listen to podcasts Farda spotlight series, featuring post Malone. City is don't give a like I say, I always say man, there's a lot of people that are going to try to put you down and try to kick you Skibo rocking. Always be yourself. Always be original. Don't listen to what anybody has to say. Because at the end of the day self-awareness, it's you'll being happy with who you are..

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"aletha" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Presbyterian church seventeen fifty union avenue in Memphis for two years. The Israelites have been hunters and gathers always on the move. Now, they never knew God would lead them next. Even if they trust in God provide the next meal of Mana, they had no idea where that meal would be who can blame them for wanting to go back to Egypt to in life a settled and somehow made sense in its own. That's the Reverend Talita Arnold in today. She brings you a powerful message entitled longing for cucumbers. Peter wallace. And this is one. Welcome today. One the weekly program that brings you outstanding preachers from America's historic Protestant churches, sharing insight and inspiration from God's word for your life. Introduce this week's preacher. Here's our host. Peter wallace. Thank you Sherry today on day one. We're delighted to have with us. The Reverend Talita Arnold, senior minister of the United church of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Aletha came to the church in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven when the church was a relatively new church. Start of the United church of Christ in Arizona native till he is a graduate of Pomona college and Yale divinity school. She was interim associate university chaplain for Yale and served congregations in Connecticut in Arizona before being called to the United church of Santa Fe aletha. Welcome today. One. Thank you. It's good to be here. You are last with us nearly three years ago, and you continue to serve the United church as its minister.

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"aletha" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on WSB-AM

"For two years. The Israelites have been hunters and gatherers always on the move. Now. They never knew God would lead them next. Even if they trusted God provide the next meal of Mana, they had no idea where that meal would be who can blame them for wanting to go back to Egypt back when life was settled and somehow made sense in its own way. That's the Reverend Talita Arnold today. She brings you a powerful message entitled longing for cucumbers Peter Wallace. This is day one. Welcome today. One the weekly program that brings you outstanding preachers from America's historic Protestant churches, sharing insight and inspiration from God's word for your mind. Now to introduce this week's preacher. Here's our host. Peter wallace. Thank you Sherry today on day one. We're delighted to have with us. The Reverend Talita Arnold, senior minister of the United church of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Aletha came to the church in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven when the church was a relatively new church. Start of the United church of Christ in Arizona. Native to Lifa is a graduate of Pomona college and Yale divinity school. She was interim associate university chaplain for sale and served congregations in Connecticut in Arizona before being called to the United church of Santa Fe aletha. Welcome today. One. Thank you. It's good to be here. You are last with us nearly three years ago, and you continue to serve the United church as its minister and have for over twenty years. Now.

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"aletha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Me and said that. You guys wanted me to leave Nobody even told me about it are you concerned at all about legal consequences You are one of the few people who I would say has managed to Trump Trump cinder, said she had never heard the. President use the n. Word in her presence but couldn't go further than that I. Can't guarantee anything I do not see the grounds for revoking his security clearance the White House insists. This is not about settling scores or try to silence, the career intelligence official they cite erotic. Behavior and wild outburst on the say that's the pot calling, the kettle, black but, there may be tapes of it calling the kennel something much worse central London home lockdown. After a car deliberately crash into a security barrier outside Britain's houses, of parliament he stole about colds only span of bridge when it came down blistering grand jury report names more than three hundred. Predator. Priests accused accuses dozens of church. Officials of covering up for songs icon ick He was known as the Queen of Aletha Franklin. Passed away, at her home in Detroit this morning prayer service taking place. At new Bethel Baptist church in Detroit the church where, Aretha Franklin's father was once a pastor. Aretha Franklin was a daughter of Detroit. Also daughter of the civil rights. Movement she meant so much to Detroiters Ama-, WTMJ.

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"aletha" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on KOMO

"The scene are next komo traffic at four fourteen here's steve pool with the forecast hello everybody hope you're having a great afternoon a lot of clouds out there but don't despair we've got a lot of sunshine coming up in the forecast but for now here's what we've got kind of a mixture of clouds and clearing the low temperatures will be in the low fifties we'll call it partly cloudy at times tomorrow we start up the ladder a little bit we'll get our high temperatures around seventy degrees maybe some maybe a few clouds in the morning but after that plenty of sunshine looks good enjoy the couple of weather center i'm steve pool overcast and sixty four degrees at four zero six the department of justice inspector general released his report on alleged political bias in fbi decisions in the clinton email investigation the report concludes there was no bias though it criticizes the actions of former director james comey and several other officials white house press secretary sarah sanders said the president was briefed on the report this morning it reaffirmed their president suspicions about comey's conduct and the political bias among some of the members of the fbi with more on this story we are joined by jacqueline thompson she is with the hill dot com jacqueline we appreciate your time what are the headlines from your perspective that came out of this i g report today hi tom aletha thanks so much for having me on well i guess the biggest things that have really come out is that they said that there was no really wrongdoing by hillary clinton and that james comey didn't necessarily make the wrong decision in choosing not to press any charges against her but that he did not act well during the course of the investigation they found that he broke with some justice department norms and they were pretty critical about that.

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"aletha" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on Channel 955

"No the iheartradio countdown number alvin harris featuring do aletha one kiss okay new the i'm lost the way john like me is on really hi laura ooh the tease me glycol you with me land accompanied days the the the song number ten this week on iheartradio countdown calvin harris featuring.

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"aletha" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"aletha" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Called taking pains with women's health today we look at health disparities for women of color dr aletha maybank's spends a lot of time thinking about this she's deputy commissioner and founding director of the center for health equity at the new york city health department she's here to talk about why the disparities persist and where we can make meaningful change pity me algae is crucial to understanding the health of people we always know that we are more than the sum of our statistics and we have many strengths where resilient we've survived and thrived to this point and we have vibrant stories of hope and triumph but what we're very aware of as that black women within this country are more likely to die early prematurely less than sixty five years of age than women of other racial and ethnic backgrounds were more likely to suffer from chronic disease such as diabetes and obesity and hypertension and among women we have the highest death rates from breast cancer and other forms of cancer and if we look at reproductive justice angolan our reproductive health were less likely to really feel powerful in our choices that we can really make for our bodies as relates weather to having babies or not or even being able to just raise our babies and safe and healthy environments and we know there are babies are actually two to three times more likely to die before reaching the first year of age two to three times more likely to die before reaching the first year age let's talk about why how much of this can be attributed to access to care versus bias at the doctor's office and medical schools in other areas access to healthcare is absolutely important access that's timely respectful of great quality is absolutely essential and yes there is plenty of evidence that indicates that healthcare professionals exhibit the same levels of what we call implicit bias or unconscious bias as the wider population and so this is noticed even as young as medical students and it really shouldn't be a surprise because many students in all of us are very normalized to the whiteness of our society and so while race is a social contract of which there is absolutely no biological basis we know that as i said many students have these similar whilst beliefs about the biological differences of.

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World's last male northern white rhino, named Sudan, dies

02:21 min | 3 years ago

World's last male northern white rhino, named Sudan, dies

"Resume military exercises on the first of april there have been speculation the maneuvers would be scaled back to avoid jeopardizing peace talks from so here's laura bicker the military exercises involving hundreds of thousands of troops are held every spring in south korea and the usually inflamed pyongyang state media in north korea have described them in the past as preparation for war the exercises were respond this year during the winter olympic games in an effort to keep the dialogue with north going a spokesman for the pentagon said that the combined exercises our defense orientated and there's no reason for north korea to them as a provocation world news from the bbc norway's justice minister sylvie list hug has announced her resignation after emotion of no confidence was table again tabled against her her decision eases the pressure on the minority government which was in danger of collapsing ms list how count accused the labor opposition of putting the rights of terrorists above national security this angered the party because nearly seventy vince young activists were killed by right wing fanatic the weinstein company which has filed for bankruptcy has an answer it's releasing any victims of harvey weinstein's alleged misconduct from any nondisclosure agreements that had prevented them from speaking out the attorney general of new york has described it as a watershed moment the world's last male northern white rhinos died in kenya bringing the sub subspecies to the very brink of extinction the fortyfiveyearold rhino named through dan was in poor health and was put down on monday unless aletha does the story the northern white rhino has been poached almost out of existence the demand for rhino horn wiped out thousands of the subspecies across central africa in the nineteen seventies and eighties and they were considered extinct in the wild ten years ago now there are only two left and they're both females the daughter and the granddaughter of sudan scientists and conservationists tried everything to get the forty five year old male to mate they even posted an advert on tinder as part of a publicity campaign the only future for northern white rhinos now lies in ivf technology that's never been tried before harvesting eggs.

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Kendall Jenner addresses gay rumors in Vogue interview

Mojo in the Morning

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Kendall Jenner addresses gay rumors in Vogue interview

"One hour your chance to go to florida we give away a vacation every single morning right here on mojo in the morning yup kendall jenner ease addressing those rumors that she is gay and sort of talked about blake griffin in her cover story for vogue magazine she refused to give specifics about her relationship with the detroit pistons star but didn't mention that she was quote unquote visiting a friend in michigan when the phone interview took place which just so happened to be the day after here's times actually she said quote i like my private life i'm happy he's very nice i have someone being very nice to me kendall also said she doesn't understand why some people are questioning her sexuality but believes it's because her fellow kardashian jenner sisters are like here's me and my boyfriend and there's lots of photos and interviews while she just happens to like her privacy kendall said i don't think i have a bisexual or gave own in my body but i don't know who knows i'm all down for experience not against it whatsoever but i've never been there before i didn't know the one of those sisters actually knew the word privacy and they do everything and right i know a source close to taylor swift and joe alwin says that he is the one n taylor's ready to marry him my source saying taylor doesn't feel like she needs to impress anyone at this point in her life she's happy keeping her relationship with joe out of the public spotlight and he doesn't even attention nor seek it i am hearing that he's gonna join taylor on the road for her upcoming reputation world tour do aletha canceling some of her tour dates she's been traveling with bruno mars for his twenty four karat magic world tour in september and she was scheduled to perform last night in brisbane however had to cancel at the last minute because she got some wisdom teeth removed emergency removal she apologized if he ends in a tweet video of her nurse her pain and she said i've been enjoying this tour so much i'm so upset that life has gotten in the way but hopefully i'll have a speedy recovery and make it back as soon as possible thank you for your underlying hear that song with all the cotton stuffed in her mouth i'm scared i have to have that done soon by.

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