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"alicia alvarez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"alicia alvarez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Part of the DNA of what the market is focused on right now but you can use thinker can you look a little bit I had a few years ahead to the impact of all of this work intentional changes for US food policy I believe that food is a national security issue we need to be having people in the White House in Congress where they see their problems that float we ate in the walls we take food for granted we need to make sure that when something like this happens we have people on top of the solution finding out our food sources should be part of the national security to compensation in the same way we talk about missiles protecting us okay I'm is thank you very much and good luck thank you this month millions of Christians Jews and Muslims around the world mark Easter Passover and Ramadan some of the holiest observances of the year John Yang looks at how the faithful are finding ways to express much needed feelings of faith and community when the pandemic makes traditional gatherings impossible in normal times houses of worship would be very busy this time of year Christians celebrating Easter Jews marking Passover and later this month Muslims observing Ramadan for all of them a time of renewal but this is the new normal a virtual Palm Sunday service with New York City at the center of the crisis most precious blood Roman Catholic Church in Astoria is live streaming mass Alicia Alvarez is a regular there and I really didn't realize it until it happened that I would miss it that much because that's where you turn to for comfort for guidance for community support in hard times she says being able to participate from home allows her to stay connected with their faith that has been very calming very soothing reassuring Debbie wells worships online with her non denominational church outside Tampa my faith it keeps me going it keeps me motivated keeps me excited about waking up every single day these live stream services are reaching people beyond her church community I have lots of friends that are able to tune into our services and they are so appreciative they're like oh my gosh thank you and these are people that I could not get to come to church with me other examples of social distancing worship driving services in Ohio with the brass the drive thru confessional in Maryland rocketed him from a Victor in a not all religious practices easily translate online terror cult wrestler is part of an unaffiliated congregation whose worship is based on Mennonite tradition singing is a really big part of the Mennonite worship experience and that's really hard over you know a video chat where there's some kind of delay and you can't hear each other and I'm not sure we're gonna be able to sing four part harmony over zero we have found a way to keep some of it coming even if it's not a perfect replication of our traditional Sunday services this is the time when you don't want people to feel like they're going through this alone jihad Turk an imam and the president of buy in Clermont Islamic graduate school in California says that for Muslims not being able to pray together at a mosque poses a challenge people attend prayer not just because they are religiously morally obligated here but because there's a real sense of human connection where people are standing close together in prayer you not only feel connected to the divine but you feel connected to humanity it presents an even bigger challenge for Ramadan a month of fasting prayer and community evening the community gathers in large groups after months and people's homes to break bread together are you invite those who are often times less fortunate to your share in the county it's a highlight because you're connecting in such a beautiful way with with so many people and meeting you all and that is going to be absent it's a recharge your spiritual batteries for the whole year and St James Episcopal Church in Richmond Virginia the Reverend John my card held Palm Sunday service online made as more and more conscious of how impactful the online ministry can be for folks just having that connection being able I heard about the church is still here for them even if we can't be together physical for Naomi Cameron and Josh small of it this year's Passover seder was truly different from others family gathered from across the country on June we had some households or families who were able to sing together and we can listen to them or people took turns singing their own parts so wasn't exactly the same but it was still really meaningful experience in itself we were together B. Riley about Hanukkah Gammon says that although social distancing is disrupted some Jewish traditions she senior communities step up to support those in need really wonderful to see how people are trying to enact our values and taking care of the world's going to local restaurants and carrying out by donating money and it's not just weekly religious services many weddings bar mitzvahs and memorials are all on hold for some faith and spiritual practices haven't changed Dr Karen mongoloid who teaches at the university of New England college of osteopathic medicine practices meditation and yoga my spirituality is not really dependent on a particular place a particular group of people everything that I do is directed inward model M. says his spiritual practice helps him during the global crisis I cannot control the spread of the virus I can't control the availability of PP for my colleagues but I can't control what happens with my mind and my my heart warming Texas Eric Rasmussen and his five siblings across the country have created a new version of church on video chat it's the home where we learned most about forgiveness and kindness and love and compassion and those things that were taught in church building and now we're really able to put those into practice Rasmussen a member of the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints says it provides common a turbulent time the more that we focus on some of those core beliefs in those core practices here at home I'm learning that there is a way to feel peace even when were and in the midst of the storm even if this sanctuary isn't in a house of worship for the PBS newshour I'm John Yang such a comforting report thank you John then on the news hour online right now a British photographer tries to capture this moment by taking portraits of people over video conferencing and telling their stories you can find an interview with her on our website PBS dot org slash news hour and that's the news hour for tonight tomorrow democratic senator Bernie Sanders will be here to talk about his decision to suspend his campaign for president I'm Judy Woodruff.

"alicia alvarez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"alicia alvarez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.

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How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 3 years ago

How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.

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"alicia alvarez" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"alicia alvarez" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Rations and customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly to get the back of the parents so it's it's a mess frankly has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david bank no has more in nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in a limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent the two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short the european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brad kavanagh cbs's alicia alvarez said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat fred savage rave reviews rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's choice that cabins opinion over presidential power is also starring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports stephen and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the mount here national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in southeastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in.

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"alicia alvarez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"alicia alvarez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To wbz newsradio ten thirty president trump supreme court nominee brad kavanagh maps out confirmation strategy with top senate republicans many of them are praising cavanaugh but cbs is alicia alvarez says democrats warn he could endanger fundamental american value in two thousand nine article cavanaugh argued we should not burden a sitting president would civil suits criminal investigations or criminal prosecution and if the president does something dastardly the impeachment process is available at a time when we have the muller investigation justice cavanaugh at judge cavenaugh is way at the extremes democrats alone can't scuttle the nomination they'll need the help of moderate republicans such as lisa murkowski of alaska and susan collins of maine senate democrat chuck schumer for has come out very strongly today against judge cavenaugh schumer says the president has put reproductive rights in healthcare protections for millions of americans on the judicial chopping block two young boys and girls separated from their families at the southern border months ago are reunited with her honduran fathers in michigan the aclu of michigan says this happened at an ice facility in grand rapids there among the first of at least fifty four children younger than five expected to be reunited with their parents by today's court ordered deadline massachusetts congressman mike capuano is frustrated by the trump administration's claims it might not be able to meet that deadline i think it's horrendous i mean i it just stunning to me the first of all the federal government could do it as a policy and then once they do it in a court autism to undo it that they don't have the doesn't seem as though they have the administrative capacity to get it done i don't know how you lose a child with when you're part of the federal system but the health and human services official says dna testing of families separated at the border has turned up surprises chris consistent at least two cases adults who thought they were parents of a child were found out not to be and one day after a sixteen year old drowned at whiting's pond in north attleboro the town began training a new lifeguard today for that popular swimming hole wbz's karyn regal says the reason that chair was empty was not the reason you might think north attleborough town administrator michael gallagher said the town started advertising in midmay for lifeguards for its two beaches and the tone pool he says falls pond is staffed as is the tone pool but the issue is finding qualified people who will work for a high stress position for low pay proposition you have to outweigh the money up front to get your certification and then we're paying these folks out of north attleboro pays eleven dollars and sixty five cents an hour gallagher is very clear in saying the positions are a priority and he wants to fill them by the way we're talking about town facilities here state department conservation and recreation facilities paid lifeguards fifteen dollars an hour karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty hold the salad please a popular north reading restaurant is closed for the time being amid a sam annella outbreak director of public health robert bracy says nine confirmed cases are linked to auntie pasta and or the house dressing kitties there are dozens more suspected cases again north reading kitties has been in business for more than sixty five years still to come a sad day of purpose for a family from bedford get justice for chris that story coming up and the boys in the cave in thailand the latest coming up right now the latest on the roads with mike king it's the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on the threes mike you're brought by cook perfect meatballs big time delays on the mass turnpike here laurie westbound.

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