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'We come from the stars': Indigenous astronomy, astronauts, and star stories

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05:05 min | Last week

'We come from the stars': Indigenous astronomy, astronauts, and star stories

"When you think about the night sky what constellations come to mind. Chances are they're rooted in western astronomy but indigenous. Astronomy and scientific knowledge have been here for millennia. It's just not taught in schools or considered important within universities. My next guest is working to change. That nielsen is mick ma. And he's a professor in the department of astronomy and astrophysics at the university of toronto. Helping welcome thank you for having me. So how would you describe the way. Astronomy is typically taught in university course university of toronto's famous having a an astronomy course fifteen hundred students in it in that course generally starts from the early greek and roman astronomy aristotle type of plato pythagoras and they will channel through european astronomy with newton and cabrera hey and yohannes kepler and galileo of course the modern enshrinement is just one linear path from the romans to essentially neil degrasse tyson and today scientists. It's very very centered in the european model. And how have you been incorporating indigenous knowledge in your courses. I've been trying to do that little bit here. And there are courses tend to be quite full of material so adding new materials always a challenge. But i always want to make sure students come in and the first thing they see is not there. Expect a constellation. I don't him see a bear with the tail lakers major. I want them to see the constellation view. I nor a constellation of the bear or a punish shining relation that please and to recognize that these constellations reflect landover on i for in toronto or in new magi or anywhere and what is indigenous astronomy. And how do you define it. How is it or how old. I define indigenous astronomy. As being the the knowledge of the peoples of the land so and since burnett Nation state of canada would find it as the astronomers of the people that were here before settlers in colonizers so strongly of the astronomy of first nations big cree on astronaut and so on across across rhode island and every nation has their own perspective of the night skydrone interpretation in knowledge of it and so these indigenous astronomers speak to connection to the land and and to the people and that knowledge has been here as long as the people have been here and so is there a star story that comes to mind for you that gives an understanding of indigenous astronomy. Great story was the story of noon on the seven bird hunters which is a story so close your eyes and you're looking morni- guy and you see what we call the less the big dipper. And if you're looking at the big dipper couple of hours before dawn in spring you're gonna see the big dipper pointing downwards so the four stars make up the bear kind of facing downwards detail is climbing higher in the sky the four stars of the big dipper in the bull our immune the bear and then pours. What would be the handle. The big dipper are at the bird hunters and you go on those three stars to another four to get the seven hunters and the story starts by while you have to get up early in the morning a couple of hours before dawn to this constellation when we observe it at that time in the morning and we observed every day we can see the constellation circle around the sky. The constellation circles around sky every night as well. So we see the two different timescales in play but if we start in the spring at that to ask for dumb the bowl. The big dipper the bears pointing downwards. And that's when the bears waking up from tiber nation and decides hungry needs to go gather food as the bear leaves. The cave i robin spies upon the bear grabs it's bone arrow and size to chase it from hunt and the story continues through the summer when muniz running across the land so the constellations kinda flat across the sky and the birger chasing it as we get towards fall newness getting tired and stands likes to fight back so the constellations on one side again. Some of the birds have fallen below the horizon and must track the hunt but immune you and stands back robin fires. It's era a striking the immune in the heart killing it. Blood gets everywhere. All of robinhood flies into the tree shakes off the blood separate one stain on his chest. The leaves are now allred as a result. Chickeny joins robin. And they begin a celebration to cook the cook. The bear and to celebrate the feast harvest as we approach winter the constellation as the bears on his back again and reflecting the spirit of the baron sky and waiting for spring to come as part of the next cycle. So we see lots of different kinds. We have knowledge of the year as a calendar have knowledge of ritual and ceremony and we have connection with nature. So it's not just a shawny story. It's it's part of. It's a story that people in story of how to be.

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Small Cities Are A Big Draw For Remote Workers During The Pandemic

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:20 min | 2 months ago

Small Cities Are A Big Draw For Remote Workers During The Pandemic

"All the remote working that americans have done since the start of the pandemic is changing the labor market. It can be a good thing for workers who can now live where they want and it also means that smaller cities like burlington vermont. Which were about to visit here could benefit from the heck your report in vermont public radio liam elder connors has more sierra allred works for a tech company in salt lake city utah and she was not expecting to move to vermont this year but when her husband got his psychiatric residency in this state she brought her job with her alread. Works remotely from a town. Just outside of burlington vermont's largest city. She says the pandemic helped shift her company's attitude about remote work i know from my coworkers. Nobody's been back to our office building since the pandemic started everybody's been working remotely and it's been going splendidly. Allred says vermont was in her first choice but it had access to the outdoors and internet. I want to be able to work on some algorithms. Some good code break for lunch and be able to walk out and take a walk down for st path or go sit by the river. Vermont has the second smallest and second oldest population in the country. State leaders have tried for years to find ways to attract more young people. Mike allred and what she likes about the burlington area its proximity to nature in generally good broadband has made it ideal for remote working. David bradbury president of vermont center for emerging technologies says for years. The state has had a small but growing community of remote workers mostly in tech building over time and these trends have only accelerated under pandemic. It's not just workers who stand to benefit from remote options companies also have something to gain now that physical location is less of a requirement marine michelini resident who works for. Ibm says remote. Work opens up a whole new pool of workers. Machelandon says her team has been remote since she joined in two thousand sixteen. And that's a huge difference in hiring someone that you've been friends with on twitter for a few years you've never met them in real life that you know that they have the skills you need you can reach out and they can join your team. More remote work options could be a big help for smaller cities. Like burlington and four vermont. A whole last year estate program offered grants to remote workers if they moved to vermont and that initiative brought in one hundred and forty new workers but this year the pandemic has made vermont more attractive to new residents. Now the question is does that continue. Jeff cars president of an economic consulting firm based in vermont. A recent survey by researchers at the university of vermont found a third of people who moved to the state during the pandemic say. They're likely or very likely to stay. Car estimates that could boost the state's population by almost eleven thousand. But he says people might leave once. There's a vaccine or treatment for covid nineteen. It's up to us to make it sticky by controlling things like you know making sure the cost of living is there that there's affordable housing options for these folks allred from salt lake city. Says she and her husband aren't planning to stay in vermont forever. We don't know yet. We will end up. But we're looking colorado montana wyoming. Some of these areas are just breathtaking. All smaller rural areas already can continue to enjoy the outdoors and thanks to remote work. Keep her job for npr news. I'm liam elder connors in burlington vermont.

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Republican John Cornyn wins reelection to U.S. Senate from Texas

Chris Krok

00:10 sec | 2 months ago

Republican John Cornyn wins reelection to U.S. Senate from Texas

"Senator John Cornyn is won reelection over M. J. Hagar in Texas. Is Senate race Those re elected to Congress tonight, Mark me see Michael Burgess, Kay Granger, Colin Allred and Van Taylor.

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198: We Recap The 2020 Boston Bruins Draft & Talk About The Current NHL Free Agency - burst 01

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

01:31 min | 3 months ago

198: We Recap The 2020 Boston Bruins Draft & Talk About The Current NHL Free Agency - burst 01

"To episode what number 198 of the black and gold hockey podcast on October 11th 2020. It's presented by black and gold production podcast Network and sponsored by BetOnline. Go to bed online. Ag and enter code c l n s fifty lots of talk about today on the podcast lots of Bruins knows I am your host not bound and I enjoyed each week by Heather Anderson. Hi Heather. Hello Matt. How are you this week? Good job. And also Mark Allred. Hello Mark. Hey, man, how's it going? Heather great to see you again. Yes. I'm I'm in all black cuz I'm warning you're in off of things that put you in morning and just a bit but first Mark have some words for I do before I get to the Show sponsored, but online. I just want to give a quick shout-out. Happy birthday shoutout. To Lauren Campbell and Lauren works at use the word for black and gold hockey.com. Now she works at Nasa issues of work horse over there. So Warren, happy birthday to you and hopefully you have a great day. And the other thing is I just want to say Happy Thanksgiving to all Canadian listeners big day for them up there. Hopefully you're able to to be with family and friends. So yeah, so hopefully it's safe and and you're able to social distance appropriately, but I also enjoy being with family. So with that being said, let's talk about

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198: We Recap The 2020 Boston Bruins Draft & Talk About The Current NHL Free Agency - burst 01

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

01:29 min | 3 months ago

198: We Recap The 2020 Boston Bruins Draft & Talk About The Current NHL Free Agency - burst 01

"What number 198 of the black and gold hockey podcast on October 11th 2020. It's presented by black and gold production podcast Network and sponsored by BetOnline. Go to bed online. Ag and enter code c l n s fifty lots of talk about today on the podcast lots of Bruins knows I am your host not bound and I enjoyed each week by Heather Anderson. Hi Heather. Hello Matt. How are you this week? Good job. And also Mark Allred. Hello Mark. Hey, man, how's it going? Heather great to see you again. Yes. I'm I'm in all black cuz I'm warning you're in off of things that put you in morning and just a bit but first Mark have some words for I do before I get to the Show sponsored, but online. I just want to give a quick shout-out. Happy birthday shoutout. To Lauren Campbell and Lauren works at use the word for black and gold hockey.com. Now she works at Nasa issues of work horse over there. So Warren, happy birthday to you and hopefully you have a great day. And the other thing is I just want to say Happy Thanksgiving to all Canadian listeners big day for them up there. Hopefully you're able to to be with family and friends. So yeah, so hopefully it's safe and and you're able to social distance appropriately, but I also enjoy being with family. So with that being said, let's talk about

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"allred" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"allred" Discussed on Mixergy

"Hey their freedom fighters. My name is Andrew Warner I'm the founder of mixture g where I interview entrepreneurs about how they built their businesses and I've been watching this guy. Austin you've a lot of people who are who are fans of yours a lot of people who are riled up by you and I feel like it's all intentional and it's part of. It's part of who you are. It's I would almost call it. You might call it your superpower. My right. I didn't even think of it that way. Honestly. So a lot of that stems from my twitter account and honestly my twitter account as. been something fro-. Seth out on top of mind. When we started land to school in, we got into Y combinator I think at the time I had like thirty thousand followers on twitter, which is not zero, but it's not you know what it is today. Like okay. I need to be done with twitter I need to focus, but it was kind of a release. I'm GonNa talk about land school because that's what I'm thinking about it actually at one point posted a poll that was like, are you all sick of hearing me talk about? Running this company because I think you are and it was like ninety eight percent said no like okay. Well, that's the signal. I guess I'll just keep talking about. Whatever is top of mind and often happens to be when the school the fascinated by it I get it. But I, I also saw it in a podcast interview with the information years ago you said that this is what you described as you superpower if there's one thing I'm good at in life, it's growing something quickly building hype for something quickly and I feel like this is what's going on here with Lambeth we should introduce you by the way Austin. allred is the founder of Lambda School what they do is they teach people how to code first time developers right mostly. Almost entirely they don't have to pay for schooling until they get a job and get paid enough that they could kick back some of the money to pay lambda. If they don't get a job that pays enough, they never have to pay my right after how how long do they give it up. I mean. So after seven five years of deferral, five years of making payment the. We use what's called the income share agreement it just goes away. So if you don't get hired you never, we never see a penny. So. The thing that I've seen a lot of people say is boy, this is such a good model. Can we apply it to other things and I read an article that where you're thinking of applying it to other things too right. You're thinking maybe we start off with development and then take it to wear. Yeah I mean the plan has always been to scale it to basically everything. I, mean think about. The the way I like to describe the long-term vision of Lamb. School is kind of an economic clearinghouse. So how many people are there out there that could be making more money than they are and aren't aware of that and stuck in the wrong job for them. Basically everybody, right. So we're starting with software because, hey, that's the biggest Delta between what you making today and what you could be making tomorrow managed a lot of demand but yet the. I mean we've been really close to buying a nursing school. We've been really close to doing other stuff right now are in focus mode, but that's tempts me all the time. The idea is somebody who could be a good nurse who doesn't have enough money to go through nursing school could come to you learn and then go out, get a job and eventually pay off. That's that's the model and you want applied to different skills. My right yes exactly. Right. I mean I think at a high level. You want to be able to like. So I became self taught software everything once I got hired then I was like, Oh, I could I could have easily paid for a code school or paid for college now but the funny thing about the way it works is you can't afford it until you have the job, right so yeah, never made sense to me that you expect someone who has a really low salary really low income to take the risk and Albert works out in take out a bunch of debt in if you're hired, it's no problem. So it's basically using finance shift that to where you don't make payments unless you're making enough money then it's not an issue. I read this one article where one of your students said it's still a lot of it's still hard on us because yes, we don't have to pay for school, but we still have to pay for life, which means we have to take a time job are we're learning how to develop I have to say that? I am aware that I'm not sensitive to that pain. I wonder agree I wonder if you're not sensitive to it. Because your guy who lived in his car, was it here in San Francisco? Gallo Alto. So you came to the bay area. You said I WANNA do this I'm GonNa. Live in my car pictures of it. Did you take out the backseat so you could lay in the back Majors folded the backseats down in and land air mattress. Kind of feet at the back of the trunk had toured like the passenger seat. Bluff in air mattress like halfway covers up all the Lumpini. In and it works what's the weirdest thing that you experience when you were in there. But by the way, let me let me pause for a second I. Didn't even say how making.

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Family Of Woman Whose Corpse Was Allegedly Molested By Los Angeles Police Officer Sues City, Officer

All Things Considered

01:31 min | 5 months ago

Family Of Woman Whose Corpse Was Allegedly Molested By Los Angeles Police Officer Sues City, Officer

"Of a woman whose breasts were allegedly fondled by an on duty police officer who found her dead is suing. Both the officer and the city of L. A attorney Gloria Allred said today. The incident happened when Elizabeth Bag yet Was found by Officer David RoHaas and his partner when they responded to a report of a dead body last year when rowhouses partner went to get something from their patrol car rowhouses Row has turned off his body camera and started molesting the body. However, officers cameras Retain a two minute buffer period of footage after they've deactivated. Allred also said that other officers had seen the footage. Baguettes mother, Janet remembered her daughter at a press conference this afternoon. Elizabeth Baguette is survived by her son, Preston Sertic, already read a statement from him where he said he had lost his faith in law enforcement. Processing what you give to her in her time. Would you do something like that? The body camera footage was discovered by a detective investigating baguettes death row, Haas was placed on leave and later arrested and charged with a felony violation of the state's safety codes covering sexual actions with human remains. He pleaded not guilty in January. I was released on a $20,000 bail pending trial. That trial, by the way, has been postponed several times due to the ongoing covert 19 pandemic.

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Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:57 min | 7 months ago

Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

"Well now we know what Mike Pence looks like wearing a mask here. He is yesterday in Dallas where he chose to wear a mask while a choir over one hundred singers was doing the single most dangerous thing they could possibly do. Group singing is one of the most dangerous activities you can possibly engage in now. Seeming like that sends many more potentially infectious corona virus droplets into the air than almost anything else. You can do with your voice. So this is yet another event where Donald Trump or mike pence has endangered the lives of people for a campaign photo op. The day after Mike Pence was in town. Texas today report it will tech the state of Texas. Reported a new record for Corona virus hospitalizations with. Five thousand, nine hundred thirteen today, Dallas County reported its highest number of new cases of Corona virus with five seventy two day after Mike Pence's visit. Journey are excursion now Texas Democratic Congressman Calling, allred who represents part of Dallas, also with us is Dr. Gupta Global Health Policy expert and affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Washington medical, center. He's also MSNBC medical contributor. Cars when all read a your reaction to Mike Pence. Coming the Texas yesterday finally wearing a mask, but doing it in a room where you have this huge choir doing exactly what they shouldn't be doing. Well thank. You Lawrence for having me on. You know anybody from this administration. WHO's willing to help out? With this crisis going through in Dallas, Texas is welcome to come I. Just wish they would do it in a way. That was safe and they didn't endanger north. Texas and didn't put our frontline healthcare workers who are trying so hard and we're making so many sacrifices at risk of this gathering indoors with folks thinking as he sat with only about half the people in the crowd were wearing masks is extremely dangerous kind of setting that we've been encouraging folks not to engage in and wasn't helpful. And a cars! Do you believe that Texas has to go in reverse on some of the ways it has reopened. Well. We reopened too soon, and that's not my opinion, not the opinion of the public health experts both here in Texas and the advice that has been given across the country for what you need to see before you reopen. And so now we are seeing predictable outcome of those decisions with record cases, record hospitalizations, and yes, we're GONNA. Take steps to protect our people and I. Am glad that the governor has closed the bars and the mother studying that were leading. Some of these side spikes but we're GONNA have to take probably more drastic steps. We have widespread community spread of this virus right now it is uncontrolled. It north Texas in across our state.

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Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:57 min | 7 months ago

Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

"Well now we know what Mike Pence looks like wearing a mask here. He is yesterday in Dallas where he chose to wear a mask while a choir over one hundred singers was doing the single most dangerous thing they could possibly do. Group singing is one of the most dangerous activities you can possibly engage in now. Seeming like that sends many more potentially infectious corona virus droplets into the air than almost anything else. You can do with your voice. So this is yet another event where Donald Trump or mike pence has endangered the lives of people for a campaign photo op. The day after Mike Pence was in town. Texas today report it will tech the state of Texas. Reported a new record for Corona virus hospitalizations with. Five thousand, nine hundred thirteen today, Dallas County reported its highest number of new cases of Corona virus with five seventy two day after Mike Pence's visit. Journey are excursion now Texas Democratic Congressman Calling, allred who represents part of Dallas, also with us is Dr. Gupta Global Health Policy expert and affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Washington medical, center. He's also MSNBC medical contributor. Cars when all read a your reaction to Mike Pence. Coming the Texas yesterday finally wearing a mask, but doing it in a room where you have this huge choir doing exactly what they shouldn't be doing. Well thank. You Lawrence for having me on. You know anybody from this administration. WHO's willing to help out? With this crisis going through in Dallas, Texas is welcome to come I. Just wish they would do it in a way. That was safe and they didn't endanger north. Texas and didn't put our frontline healthcare workers who are trying so hard and we're making so many sacrifices at risk of this gathering indoors with folks thinking as he sat with only about half the people in the crowd were wearing masks is extremely dangerous kind of setting that we've been encouraging folks not to engage in and wasn't helpful. And a cars! Do you believe that Texas has to go in reverse on some of the ways it has reopened. Well. We reopened too soon, and that's not my opinion, not the opinion of the public health experts both here in Texas and the advice that has been given across the country for what you need to see before you reopen. And so now we are seeing predictable outcome of those decisions with record cases, record hospitalizations, and yes, we're GONNA. Take steps to protect our people and I. Am glad that the governor has closed the bars and the mother studying that were leading. Some of these side spikes but we're GONNA have to take probably more drastic steps. We have widespread community spread of this virus right now it is uncontrolled. It north Texas in across our state.

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Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:57 min | 7 months ago

Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

"Well now we know what Mike Pence looks like wearing a mask here. He is yesterday in Dallas where he chose to wear a mask while a choir over one hundred singers was doing the single most dangerous thing they could possibly do. Group singing is one of the most dangerous activities you can possibly engage in now. Seeming like that sends many more potentially infectious corona virus droplets into the air than almost anything else. You can do with your voice. So this is yet another event where Donald Trump or mike pence has endangered the lives of people for a campaign photo op. The day after Mike Pence was in town. Texas today report it will tech the state of Texas. Reported a new record for Corona virus hospitalizations with. Five thousand, nine hundred thirteen today, Dallas County reported its highest number of new cases of Corona virus with five seventy two day after Mike Pence's visit. Journey are excursion now Texas Democratic Congressman Calling, allred who represents part of Dallas, also with us is Dr. Gupta Global Health Policy expert and affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Washington medical, center. He's also MSNBC medical contributor. Cars when all read a your reaction to Mike Pence. Coming the Texas yesterday finally wearing a mask, but doing it in a room where you have this huge choir doing exactly what they shouldn't be doing. Well thank. You Lawrence for having me on. You know anybody from this administration. WHO's willing to help out? With this crisis going through in Dallas, Texas is welcome to come I. Just wish they would do it in a way. That was safe and they didn't endanger north. Texas and didn't put our frontline healthcare workers who are trying so hard and we're making so many sacrifices at risk of this gathering indoors with folks thinking as he sat with only about half the people in the crowd were wearing masks is extremely dangerous kind of setting that we've been encouraging folks not to engage in and wasn't helpful. And a cars! Do you believe that Texas has to go in reverse on some of the ways it has reopened. Well. We reopened too soon, and that's not my opinion, not the opinion of the public health experts both here in Texas and the advice that has been given across the country for what you need to see before you reopen. And so now we are seeing predictable outcome of those decisions with record cases, record hospitalizations, and yes, we're GONNA. Take steps to protect our people and I. Am glad that the governor has closed the bars and the mother studying that were leading. Some of these side spikes but we're GONNA have to take probably more drastic steps. We have widespread community spread of this virus right now it is uncontrolled. It north Texas in across our state.

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US prosecutors spar with Prince Andrew in Epstein probe

KYW 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

US prosecutors spar with Prince Andrew in Epstein probe

"Trans Atlantic spat between US prosecutors and Britain's prince Andrew prince Andrew's lawyers insist he's made multiple offers to help the U. S. investigation into Jeffrey Epstein but attorney Gloria Allred who represents some of the late convicted pedophiles victims agrees with the prosecutors who insists he's done zilch my brain to step up and say here's a day here's a time here is the place what I will answer any and all questions from the department of justice pretender maintains he never saw anything improper during his many visits with

Prosecutors formally request to talk with Prince Andrew in Epstein investigation

WBBM Morning News

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Prosecutors formally request to talk with Prince Andrew in Epstein investigation

"News as a trans Atlantic dispute this morning between prosecutors in the U. S. and Britain's prince Andrew prince Andrew's lawyers insist he's made multiple offers to help the U. S. investigation into Jeffrey Epstein but attorney Gloria Allred who represents some of the late convicted pedophiles victims agrees with the prosecutors who insists he's done zilch for him to step up and say here's the date here is John here is the place what I will answer any and all questions from the department of justice pretender maintains he never saw anything improper during his many visits with that state Vicki Barker CBS news

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"allred" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:07 min | 8 months ago

"allred" Discussed on Good Life Project

"My guest today Lance allred. was more legally deaf in a polygamist Commun- in rural, Montana. When he was about thirteen, his family escaped, and eventually came out of hiding in Utah were for the first time in his life, he had to figure out how to step back into a world that he had no experience understanding. Let alone navigating lengths had always loved writing, but at nearly six foot, four in middle school, and looking for a new way to kind of fit in to belong his height caught the of the basketball coach. And the game quickly became his life. He would have to learn how not just to play basketball and really figure out the rules of society that he had not lived in until then, but also how to immerse himself in this game that became the center of his life and communicate with his teammates without being able to hear them. Becoming a star athlete, eventually, it led lance to college then years, playing all over the world, and the pros including a stint in the NBA, but underneath it all lance never left his love of writing and profound self enquiry behind he began to share his inner life in print, authoring a number of books, eventually leaving basketball to speak and train leaders in his newest book. The new Alpha male lands turns a deeply reflective inciteful and honest lens on the role of masculinity in his own life, how his experience of it has changed dramatically since becoming a dad effectively moving through a breakdown in his own life and. What he is sort of here to do. And how he describes the role of being in his mails, slash masculine body and psyche. Now in today's conversation, we explore all of this including a really beautiful moment about where the or deeper reasons for this book lie, and who it's really written for that survey.

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Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges, DA Says

Democracy Now! Audio

01:41 min | 11 months ago

Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges, DA Says

"Here in New York Manhattan dredges sentenced former Hollywood producer and convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein to twenty three years in prison in a landmark ruling. The metoo movement after his sentencing Weinstein was taken under armed guard. And bus from the Manhattan courthouse to rikers island jail. He was later transferred to Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital. After complaining of Chest Pains Weinstein was found guilty last month of raping an aspiring actress. Jessica man in a hotel room in two thousand thirteen and if sexually assaulting production Assistant Mimi Halley at his apartment in two thousand six by forcibly performing oral sex on her attorney. Gloria allred read from Haley's victim's impact statement outside the court just after Weinstein sentencing. I have observed an indifference a lack of remorse. A lack of acknowledgment a lack of awareness and self awareness by the defendant throughout this process. That has made me feel anger. That has left me concern that. He is completely disconnected from the gravity of the crime that he committed against me and the impact. It's had I can only hope that whatever sentence the court sees fit is long enough for Harvey Weinstein to acknowledge what he's done and to be truly. Sorry Actress Mira Sorvino Tweeden response. I literally criterias of amazement. Gratitude that the justice system has worked on behalf of all of his victims today unquote meanwhile prosecutors in Los Angeles are working to extradite Weinstein to face further charges of rape and sexual assaults in California

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Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges

KNX Evening News

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges

"Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to New York to twenty three years in prison for sexually assaulting two women he faces additional charges in Los Angeles prosecutors in LA are wasting no time to bring wind Steen here to face more charges attorney Gloria Allred represents Weinstein victims I was in the New York courtroom when he was sentenced to a new day it's a new day for women to know that if you have courage there will be consequences for the predators to purchase Allred who represents one of the accusers in LA tells KNX she's looking forward to her client getting justice I'm hoping that extradition will take place as soon as possible and it doesn't appear to me that Mr one thirteen would have any good reason or argument to present to oppose extradition the sixty seven year old wine Steen could be looking at an additional twenty eight years if convicted on the rape charges in LA Karen Adams can extend seventy

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Weinstein sentenced to 23 years for sexual assaults

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Weinstein sentenced to 23 years for sexual assaults

"Dr movie mogul Anthony Harvey Fauci Weinstein with the has national been sentenced institutes to twenty of health three was asked years if in prison the worst for rape is yet and sexual to come assault yes it marches is are community a letter with spread the latest of the corona virus Weinstein is one lawyer of done the reasons over to know says how to stop the deck it was contain stacked against the influx her clients from the beginning of I'm people not who here are to infected say that he's coming a victim from the outside and I'm not here to say and poor the ability Harvey to contain what I am here and to mitigate say is we are looking within for fairness our own country and we didn't Republicans get Weinstein like Tennessee's told the court mark he was green totally says confused president because trump has he believed been ahead all sexual of this fifty contact three was days consensual before American lost attorney a Gloria single life Allred to covert who represents nineteen one the of administration the two women who was accused already Weinstein working diligently of assault so she will spell to it out prepare for him our country if you Massachusetts are a Democrat sexual Stephen predator Lynch and says you the president are confused has been throwing all out you have misleading to do is remember statements this we need a unity of purpose twenty but we are not plus going to get three that years when the president is telling people that the cases of coronavirus a going down not up they doubled yesterday in my district and Donahue Washington

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Movie mogul Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison: reports

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Movie mogul Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison: reports

"Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sends to twenty three years in prison for rape and sexual assault he must also register as a sex offender the sixty seven year old faced up to twenty nine years behind bars his lawyers had requested the minimum of five years in prison citing his frail health attorney Gloria Allred represents some of Weinstein's accusers she addressed reporters outside of the Manhattan courthouse after winds dean sentence was announced this is a new day it's a new day for women to know that if you have courage there will be consequences predators

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Dallas business executive Genevieve Collins leading GOP primary to face Rep. Colin Allred

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Dallas business executive Genevieve Collins leading GOP primary to face Rep. Colin Allred

"District thirty to that seen Dallas Republican Genevieve Collins has won the nomination to take on the the incumbents Democrats Colin Allred in November Collins was one of five Republicans trying to win yesterday that have earned the right to take on all read that to her watch party last night she said she was ready in case she fell short of fifty percent going at full steam ahead full support to use about forty nine percent when she made that comment wound up with over fifty percent also no runoff fifty two percent of the vote for Genevieve Collins said district thirty two course that flipped from Republican to Democrat just two years ago

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Testimony alleging past Weinstein sexual assaults bolstered difficult case

Brian Lehrer

09:34 min | 11 months ago

Testimony alleging past Weinstein sexual assaults bolstered difficult case

"Harvey Weinstein is now a convicted rapist we can talk about the various counts that the jury found him guilty or not guilty on yesterday but in plain English Harvey Weinstein is now a convicted rapist also in plain English my next guest former New York sex crimes prosecutor Jane manning is quoted in The Washington Post today saying this is one of those days when the whole world changes let's talk about how with me now is Jane manning director of advocacy for the group women's justice now which campaigns for better prosecution and prevention of violent crimes against women and provides direct services to survivors as they navigate the criminal justice system she helped lead successful campaigns to repeal New York statute of limitations on rape cases and to criminalize strangulation attacks Jane thank you so much for joining us thank you so much frame how much do you think one man being convicted of crimes yesterday is the story and how much do you really think the whole world changed well this one story will have huge ripple effects for the whole world it tells survivors that there is hope for justice it tells sexual predators that no one is above the law and it tells prosecutors that if you're brave and you take difficult challenging cases to trial you may be able to succeed a New York times op ed today says that Mr Weinstein sixty seven that that he even stood trial was a remarkable anomaly a vast majority of sexual assault cases never reach the court now but this outcome is not an end point while there may never be another prosecution quite like the one of Mr Weinstein the article says increasingly we'll see others that resemble it and so my question is if you agree with that what kinds of trials may get brought that may not have were it not for this case it's such a great question and the answer I think is that's up to all of us it's up to prosecutors who make those decisions dated day whether to turn down cases of rape unless they're a slam dunk win which happens in all too many DA's offices but it's also up to the rest of us in our communities because DJs are elected locally and it's up to us in our communities to sound off and make sure the candidates for district attorney and incumbent district attorneys understand that fair and vigorous prosecution of rape is something that the community holds to be important here's Gloria Allred speaking yesterday the lawyer or one of the lawyers for the accusers in this case it's no longer business as usual in the United States this is the age of empowerment of women and you can intimidate them anymore because women will not be silenced they will speak up they will have their voice they will stand up and be subjected to your small army of defense attorneys cross examining them attempting to discredit them two million eight them shame them and they will still stand in their truth so Harvey Weinstein this just this has been a long time coming but it's finally here attorney Gloria Allred yesterday and she's a lawyer but she wasn't speaking just legally is there or in technical legal terms I think she was talking about cultural change yes she was and I'm so glad that she anchored her comments around the survivors who testified in who spoke out because to the extent that this verdict offers us a chance at broad social change and and the only chance that depends on what we do with it but we all have that chance to the women who spoke out about Harvey Weinstein and especially the women who testified in court the two who received convictions and the many women who didn't receive a conviction including Annabella Sciorra and can I say something about her case she testified in this case as somebody who is also a victim of Harvey Weinstein but I guess because the statute of limitations laws could not that case could not be prosecuted right that case could not be prosecuted and moreover the counts that depended on Annabella sh your as testimony as a predicate offence of preceding offense those were counts of the jury felt him not guilty on and a lot of people will wonder what does that mean that the jury didn't believe Annabel sure are and I just want to say it doesn't necessarily mean that many observers felt that Annabella sh your was extremely credible and probably the most corroborated of all the witnesses who testified and the jury's verdict might have had something to do with hello how many years back the case stretched one of the first questions was about the statute of limitations and Annabel sure his case and that might have been their concern it doesn't mean that they didn't believe her but what I want people to know is that her testimony mattered it supported the accounts of Mimi Haleyi and Jessica man and after I heard the verdict yesterday I spent a lot of time thinking about Annabel shura and I was worried and I thought maybe she felt a sense that the jury didn't believe her and and then I read her quote and here's what she said she said my testimony was painful but necessary I spoke for myself and with the strength of the eighty plus victims of Harvey Weinstein in my heart and when I heard those words Brian it's filled my heart and I knew that at all sure it was going to be okay but on the chance that like a good New Yorker she listens to the Brian Lehrer show I I didn't want to say this to Annabella I wanted to say would you also keeping your heart my thanks and the thanks of a multitude of people who believe you and honor you your testimony mattered and it made a difference how much do you thing believing women that phrase that we've heard so much kind of flipped from where generally has been historically injuries they have to believe the accounts of what happened that Harvey Weinstein denied and they had to believe them even in light of some of the narrative which would have prevented cases like this from being brought in the past as I understand it that they kept in touch with him that there was consensual sex after the non consensual sex that in one case a woman who change phone numbers one of the accusers even gave him her new phone phone number these would have been things in the past that would have let juries to disbelief what changed I think the jury in this case worked really hard they had testimony read back they took days to deliberate and I think that ultimately they were persuaded by the evidence that showed that one of the victims many have late was financially dependent on her relationship with Harvey Weinstein she needed to keep on good terms with him in order for her career to keep going the other victim Jessica man had a situation that was more complicated she was in a relationship with him and relationship violence is something that can be very hard to understand but it's very real and I think the fact that the clearly the jury took their time with that case as well and ultimately they didn't convict him of rape in the first degree they convicted him of rape in the third degree which I think reflects what we want jurors to do they listen they fought they struggled and I think they ultimately reached a verdict that showed careful reflection and attention to the evidence which you as a former prosecutor talk to the difference between first degree and third degree rape so he was convicted on third degree rape which as I understand it involves in the sale and having sex with someone without their consent where as first degree rape requires forcible compulsion be proof what's the difference between forcible and without their consent yeah so forcible compulsion first degree rape requires what the law describes as for sufficient to overcome lack of consent there is a sense of being physically over powered by the person and Jessica man did describe a situation in which she was physically over powered by Harvey Weinstein and the jury I think had legally sufficient evidence to convict on account if they had chosen to do so but they didn't they convicted of rape in the third degree and that refers to a situation where the the victim makes it clear that she's not consenting and the perpetrator goes ahead without her consent it's a it's a lower level of physical force that's required that's what the jury felt was supported by

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Harvey Weinstein Convicted of 2 Felony Sex Crimes

Newsradio 830 Programming

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Harvey Weinstein Convicted of 2 Felony Sex Crimes

"Harvey Weinstein spending his first night in a New York City jail after being convicted of two felony sex crimes attorney Gloria Allred represented some of Weinstein's victims Harvey Weinstein will now have to finally face the serious consequences of this criminal behavior at his sentencing here in New York on March eleventh you could get up to twenty nine years

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"allred" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"allred" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Announced attorney Gloria Allred was asked if she had a message for Harvey Weinstein just this has been a long time coming but it's finally here and it's not the end GPS is Jurica Duncan former sopranos actress Annabella Sciorra who testified at the trial said in a statement that she has no regrets breaking her silence and saying quote in speaking truth to power we pave the way for a more just culture now shortly after the verdict was read Harvey Weinstein was taken away sentencing is on March eleventh Weinstein given a nine digit jail ID number and processed he faces up to twenty nine years in prison later this year he faces rape and sexual assault charges in Los Angeles CBS news update I'm carrying on this is news radio nine fifty WWE news time is twelve thirty two it's a winter storm watch in effect for all of southeast Michigan late tonight through late Wednesday we'll update the drive traffic and weather together coming up at twelve thirty eight the man suspected of at least six homicides and other crimes in and around Detroit shot himself in the head while being pursued by police Detroit police chief James Craig says forty year old Kendall brown is in critical condition at a hospital after the shooting in the backyard in neighboring Oak Park it been spotted by an adult bookstore clerk in Detroit where the pursuit began Greg says brown is suspected in six killings overall in Detroit's Highland Park in river Rouge the first was January eighth the most recent on Saturday in Detroit well I was also accused of two carjackings in the city for students one seventeen years old three eighteen year olds have been charged as adults in connection to an alleged hazing incident and warns DeLaSalle high school the investigation started back in the fall after the school cut the football season short on the eve of the state playoffs attorney Jack Kramer represents seventeen year old a Gallego a loveless frankly I feel bad for my client after having to be dragged through this ordeal he absolutely and totally denies any involvement in this he denies having assaulted anyone he denies any hazing so just looking forward to coming to court to clear his name an investigation by Warren police determine the football players used with broomsticks to taunt other players in the locker room the teens were charged with misdemeanor assault and battery with a fifth expected to be charged later today Central Michigan University student from Farmington hills has been charged with three counts of attempted murder as a result of a stabbing at a bar police say that nineteen year old Octavio Sanchez Luis remains jailed on an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar bond investigators accuse Sanchez Luis of stabbing three people late Saturday night at the wayside central bar at least one of the victims remains in the hospital in stable condition police have not been able to find a clear motive for the stabbing but least one victim knew Sanchez Luis doubled up Januzaj twelve thirty for about.

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"allred" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"allred" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Gloria Allred represents some of the women making accusations against Weinstein she said this development is not unusual it's very common for juries to be hall on certain charges and to feel that they will never ever be able to reach a unanimous for the judge told the jury to keep trying deliberations are to resume Monday Weinstein is charged with five counts including rape he's maintained that any sexual encounters were consensual the number of new coronavirus cases reported by China continues to decline well cases in South Korea have skyrocketed China is reporting nearly four hundred new cases well so was reporting one hundred forty two NPR's Jason Beaubien has more the biggest flap of cover nineteen is in South Korea where the virus appears to be spreading rapidly among members of a Christian religious movement that the government has referred to as a cult while Japan has released most of the passengers off the virus stricken diamond princess cruise ship at least two government officials who worked on that evacuation have now tested positive in addition to of the Australian passengers at least one Israeli have also been confirmed with the virus after returning home Hong Kong is quarantining fifty nine police officers after a cop who did tended to going away banquet for colleague fell ill with the disease and Italy and Iran have both seen surges recently in new cases Jason Beaubien NPR news Hong Kong this is NPR a seven day truce is now in effect in Afghanistan if it holds for the seven days the U. S. and the telephone will sign an agreement February twenty ninth designed to lead to a more permanent deal that would clear the way for the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan after eighteen years of war European Union leaders left two days of budget talks in Brussels without any agreement on even when to meet again to keep negotiating teri Schultz reports twenty eight hours of debate among twenty seven countries and did nothing resolved E. U. leaders left the marathon summit divided and frustrated European Council president show Michelle had predicted a deal could be made at the summit but he was wrong in order to try to reconcile the difference concerns the different interests to different opinions but we need more time Michelle proposes a one point one trillion dollar spending package but to raise that amount now that Britain is gone rich countries would have to contribute a higher percentage of their gross national income but those governments have refused leaving a gap of some seventy five billion euros for NPR news I'm Terry Schultz in Brussels Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is demanding protesters take down barricades that are blocking rail service across Canada the blockades began two weeks ago by aboriginal groups trying to stop the construction of a natural gas pipeline on their land in British Columbia the protests have spread to Ontario Quebec and Alberta by groups acting in solidarity I'm Nora Raum NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the sy Syms foundation since nineteen eighty five supporting advances in science education and the arts towards a fairer more just society more information is available at sy Syms.

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"allred" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"allred" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"And I said judge. Judge is nothing to do with bathrooms. This has to do with a commission on the status of women which is government funded government supported and Therefore they should not be excluding anyone on account of their gender like this man that I represent because I mean men have a stake in the status and rights and future of women and so they should be a they should be able to have access to that opportunity to be on the commission status of women. I WOULD BE REMISS IF I didn't ask about your perspective on abortion because I want to give you the opportunity to give toys failure so we'll talk about that in just one second first. Let's talk about those horrible stories. You see on the news about celebrities who've been hacked and other nude photos are out there so we'll number one. Don't take nude photos of yourself using a phone. Gloria allred sitting right here. She will tell you. That's probably a bad. I don't know maybe Gloria won't say case make sure secondly that all your data is is protected there are tons of VPN providers out there. You've probably heard of a couple of them. Some of you may even used. VPN Before Express VPN does not log data lots of really cheap or free. VPN's make make money by selling that data. You know this stuff is supposed to be protecting to add companies express. VPN has developed technology called trusted server. That makes it impossible for their servers. So I'll get any of your data second second they've got speed. I've tried lots. VPN's in the past many will slow connection down maker by sluggish. I'm using express. UPN for a couple of years. My internet speeds blazing fast. which I need? I run an internet company it. When I connect to servers thousands of miles away I.

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"allred" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"allred" Discussed on The Daily

"So as you remember from this time two more women women have come forward accusing media mogul. Harvey Weinstein more women coming forward and making serious allegations and there is a flood of Harvey Weinstein victims coming forward in graphic detail accusing Harvey Weinstein and adding the list that has now grown to more than sixty. Gloria allred is saying all your lawyer women are now empowered and they will never be silent again and a number of them. Thank you for coming today. Say yes today. I'm here with another woman who alleges that that she was sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein Amazing at Penn so amazing for an elaborate system that they have collect today a new accuser of Harvey Weinstein is speaking out about the sexual harassment that she alleges that she endured as a young actress and screenwriter screenwriter who at the request of Mr. I felt so powerless. I didn't think anyone would believe nobody why would they and so like so many high profile cases of this kind. There's Gloria allred with her arms around these women insisting that she's going to help give them voice breath but what she's not saying is that she and her firm had actually known that something was wrong for years and had actually helps Tsk. Keep it quiet.

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"allred" Discussed on X96

X96

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"allred" Discussed on X96

"With Kerry Jackson, Bill Allred, and gene, our on x ninety six. From? Problems. AM saddle up. Com. Down. Gang of misfits and dope outs. Excellent choice most people would have picked, but run through the jungle maybe. That was an excellent. I went with solo career. So, so we were going to do. Have you ever seen the rain? But then I found that and I went. Tibo.

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"allred" Discussed on X96

X96

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"allred" Discussed on X96

"Allred and Gina Barberi on x ninety six Six Good Don. Don Down Again Pop Down Dancing You feel it y'all Clerking Usual gang of misfits and dope addicts are here Well.

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"allred" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"allred" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

"That's my that's my hold on she's allred amazing use the phone in the kitchen but i actually had a question 'cause i get a bunch of people who email me and message me how do you get over bake them how to get over wake up and i i keep saying there's no real equation on getting over break up and moving on we're all very different but one of my methods is and tell me if this is if i'm on the right path but i like to keep my distance from the person that i dated i'm not saying that i don't wanna be friends with them at the end but i need a couple of months in order to processing and then i could be friends with them and then maybe reorganizing my space that you know things that i have in front of me that may remind me of the relationship or of the person that i dated that can take off terms pay painful memories right reorganizing my space keeping my distance and then just like taking time to myself and not really having a rebound after because some people are like oh just someone after and you'll you'll get over your boyfriend but then it's like no i'm just transferring whatever you motions i have onto the next person and then it's like it's just like a snowball effect yeah no i never allow one less when i think ultimately when you do that you're just reacting so much you're at everyone's just a reaction afterwards i think in terms of like changing your safe in the environment i mean yeah something that you know i certain personality but he works on you get new sheets you can paint something differently you can take the pictures you know i'm not not but still has photographed in my access to all the years i'm like look style person i don't really like you know i'm not someone likes the block anyone like to kind of put myself to have to force myself to see things just putting a band aid over it but i do think everyone's different so no some people have to step away they they can't be privy to another person's world right hurts them too much i think at the same time that like i don't know for me and something.

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"allred" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"allred" Discussed on Kickass News

"The judge to me for they're calling me names originally went i wanted to be a member and have the rights equal rights for women apologize to me and and said gloria thank you for making us take you as a member because you have made this a better club by making us take women into it and we regret anything any names to be called you previously because you did something important and we understand now how important it is an even them they didn't want to let you in the all meal steam room right as you will of to put out early in the film room i'll la ready to see the founder anzi it is quite funny but the my strategy worked that's for sure will the documentary is called seeing all riddance now available on net flicks gloria thanks for talking with me thank you so much ben appreciate it the thanks again to gloria allred for coming on the show her documentary seeing allred is now available on net flicks today's episode was sponsored by hair regrowth from just for man hair regrowth from just for men is an easy to use topical solution that's clinically proven to help regrow hair formulated with the number one dermatologist recommended ingredient proven to regrow hair fivepercent minoxidil it works by reactivating hair follicles to stimulate regrowth perfect for men with thinning hair plus with a unique precision spray applicator this is hair regrowth made easy simply spray an sit back on start winning over thinning look for one or threemonth supplies of hair regrowth in the shave vile or visit j f m grow hair dot com and use the promo code regrowth 25 to get 25 percent off your purchase that's jay fm row hair and use promo code regrowth 25 for 25 percent.

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"allred" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"allred" Discussed on Kickass News

"On forcement uh literally thrown out um but he ha but i'm very blessed because my partners have confidence in me and they trust my instincts to do what i should do sometimes you don't know about until afterwards either because it happens spontaneously or because i think i just want to do it and i don't want them to argue me out of it is worked out they have been very supportive for many years we have a saying in the women's movement that a man of quality is not threatened by a woman of equality and they're not threatened by me and it's you know unusual for lawyers to be partners for forty two years and i'm just very fortunate that they're really great lawyers they have good heart for women and minorities and they really care about these issues and they have the confidence to let me do what i think i need to do in order to win change that's after all what it's all about are we see your critics say you know wherever there is a camera there's gloria allred or she's just out for the publicity or some people even say you know if gloria allred said there than you know that her client must be a liar but in the case is a lot of these cases like bill cosby and trump where you know the statute of limitations may have run out or you know there are still some question whether you can actually sewer sitting president and other reedzans it seems to me that in a lot of these cases getting them in front of the cameras and trying their attacker in the quarter public opinion may be the only justice they may be able to get while sad and that's one of the reasons that i'm just thrilled that net flexes is playing this film seeing allred because people can see that documentary does also give voice to what the critics have said and how i deal with it and the way i deal with it is.

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"allred" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"allred" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Ames that have not been made public uh for many reasons that course i'm not going to make them public and less water just one now yours is not on the list i promise but you you can sleep tonight but but you know it is you know it's it's a process nothing comes quickly accept the internet i mean but in life we just have to keep pushing like push that rock up the hill liked assists for us we just have to keep pushing that bolder and the process the journey is very important too so just each in our own way doing what we can do the final audience question came from the artist natalie white who's a former allred client in an activist for the equal rights amendment i was wondering if you could speak a little bit on the status of the ria because eighty percent of americans believed that women ardy have equal rights in the united states constitution so i was wondering if you would be so great as to tell the audience just in case they don't know yeah and speaking of thank you for that question natalie and you know it is you know people ask me what do i think is the most important legal issue and i do think it is the addition of the core rights amendment to the united states constitution which simply says that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the united states or by any state on account of sex now it took us seventy two years to win the right to vote the addition of the 19th amendments suffrage to the united states constitution and by that i mean the right to vote for.

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"allred" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

07:10 min | 3 years ago

"allred" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Allman board of California. Almond farmers rely on healthy bees, So they funded more than a hundred research projects supporting be health More than any other crop group grow it, you know, at all men, sustainability dot org. If you follow news stories about famous men behaving horribly, Then you've Shirley seen Gloria Allred long before the me to movement caught fire. Gloria Allred was talking about these issues filing lawsuits and holding press conferences to allow her clients to share their stories about alleged mistreatment by the likes of Bill Cosby Tiger Woods. And yes, Donald Trump. Her take-no-prisoners attitude combined with her motherly approach toward her clients has made already a hero to many And something else entirely to others because of her constant presence in the news, You might be tempted to think, You know her story, but a new documentary out a net cliques this week suggest we actually don't. So it tells Allred story in her own words. I am so proud of all of the women who have had the courage to speak out Rich, famous, powerful men have to understand There are rules, they're har boundaries, they must be 'Spect those Bell fees. This has got to end and it needs to end white. Now, the film is called seeing all red and we reached the woman herself at the Sundance Film Festival at Park City, Utah with the documentary had its premier Allred told me that she was initially hesitant to be the subject of the film, But the filmmakers convinced her that audiences might find inspiration from the stories of her clients as well as her own experience as a survivor of sexual assault. Ultimately, I did talk about why I do what I do. It's because of my own life experience, which is really very similar to what many many women have suffered, because I didn't learn about injustices against women in law school or in college. We didn't speak about that. It's because I have a passion for justice. And because of what I have. Suffered that I feel that I can't undo what has happened to me, but I can use that to help others for them to have rights it. I didn't feel that I had you were saying that you you didn't learn about these things in law school, But one of the things that was interesting to me is how far back your advocacy in these particular areas goes is in fact, you're in law partners were interviewed, and they said that you were like that in law school and also like the rigs. Everyone just play this clip from the Dinah Shore show back in 1974 or And you look like you're about fourteen But but but you weren't, but let me just way that clip. Okay, Here it is high glory. Hi again, where are you from? I'm attorney in Los Angeles. Uh, welcome. And how would you feel looking husband presented you with us like that? Well done. I think we have uterus and brain and they both work, and I think it's very insulting to women. The ought to be definite about this. Don't just tipped Tori. You know, you can hear the kind of gasping the audience because you can hear that for a lot of women hearing another woman say that was just very shocking because the audience was mostly women, but the film features, people literally screaming in your face like literally inches from your face and tell him that opponents opponents. Yes, I'm talking about opponents, but I'm talking about on talk shows going back thirty years where people You were literally surrounded by people screaming and hooting and so forth, And you never seem to get upset or angry or You know what I mean? And I'm just wondering, how Have you been able to do that all these years? I used to go on these shows in the '70s in the 80s because you know the mainstream shows were for many of them. They were not interested in talking about women's rights. They were more interested in like talking about whether the good recipes for women to be making in the kitchen. And you know what a woman should be wearing when her husband comes home from work at night. But there and they were shows that male. Into chose that decided that they wanted to me to take them on her. They wanted to take me on. Men would be hooting at me, but it was a way to be able to speak about women's rights. It was a way for women to say, Wait a minute. We can speak out, we can confront the sexism, the racism, The misogyny, The homophobia we can confront all that. We don't have to be afraid. So I would take any venue because remember, this was before the Internet, this is before cell phones, and I wanted them to see someone who is not afraid so that they could then say, You know what? I'm going to not let fear be a weapon. That's going to keep me down in my life. I'm going to stand up and say, This is wrong. Bill Cosby is a through Lyme through this film. And I think people know now that you know once a beloved Entertainer and pitch man, He's been accused by more than fifty women now saying that he raped and drug them over decades. You have publicize her. You've represented a number of these women, but there is no legal recourse for many of them at this point. So that you know, leads to the question, why do you keep publicising these stories? Now you're critics suggest it's because you've just like the publicity, but if that's not the reason why do you put people in the public eye when they really is nothing the law can do for them at that point? Well, I don't flip people in the public eye. It my clients decide they would like to have a voice. They would like to be heard in on there to support them. But you're right. Many of the accusers have no legal recourse because the statute of limitations, which is the arbitrary time period set by law had expired, but they wanted their voices to be heard. So I started doing press conferences with them. And we did this for I don't know your two years, something like that. And reporters kept saying, What's the end game? What's the end game? And I didn't say because whatever the end game is important that these women were empowered and wanted to be heard. Ultimately, of course, he was prosecuted. The criminal trial ended in a deadlock Now, he is going to face a second criminal trial in April. I also have filed a civil lawsuit against Mr. Cosby on behalf of one of the accusers Judy half. So all I can say is. No, it's not just about women's voices, although had had been only about women's voices. I think that would have been important to that end though. What do you make of the fact that something that you know you've been fighting for so long is now you know in the news like every day, I mean, What do you make of at why do you think that wealth? I because women found their voice and minorities and they've done what Mother Jones's said, which is don't agonize organize. And that's a beautiful thing. I think this soon NAMI is going to continue. I don't see us going backwards. I only see us going forward. And that's so encouraging And so exciting. That was civil rights, attorney Gloria Allred seeing all read a new documentary about her life and work is out on Netflixing later this week.

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"allred" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"allred" Discussed on WJR 760

"Something i essentially don't you know anything about ember and so they're well in there i guess there's especially to at election time is special election happening a week from tomorrow uh it is it is about i as it is on many levels credibilty but in the case were allegations brought about the the people of alabama have to decide if they believe the accusers or the the accused and i think one thing that works four more is the fact that he has been you know asking you know for i don't know hamid what day or they on i ought to be seventeen or eighteen for gloria allred worries putting that challenge out on twitter every single day and that's when i was gonna make yeah what end and a gloria allred situation where they put out this is the evidence okay let's examined the evidence now well and and you have to ask yourself especially with gloria allred yet if she is working to protect women in this case she is working to help on alleged victim then she has a way to destroy some of his credibility by in in like like you and i said this would be the first thing i would do if i would go on and say okay what are you have tally is there anything tangible that he signed something for you did he give him something did he give you any gifts or anything that we can basically show that at least you knew each other while that your book thing came up ban obviously that's what she would have told gloria allred gloria allred if i were the warrior i would have said great let's go make sure that this is his handwriting if you're going to go forward with this let's have all the ammunition that we need to destroy him completely right because you but that this this what what are you want on this while a bomb people know who he is alright then you what would want to make sure that this evidence is absolutely slam dunk yours and so think about what this is the alleged victim victims he should not serve in the senate someone like this should not serve in the senate gloria allred apparently has proof that will destroy a great deal of his credibility if she could show that while through analysis yet this.

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"allred" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"allred" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"I answer when he said i apologize to everybody i don't remember anything right i apologise for something i essentially don't you know anything about ember and so they're well in there i guess there's especially to at election time the special election happening a week from tomorrow uh it is it is about i as it is on many levels credibilty but in the case were allegations are brought about the the people of alabama have to decide if they believe the accusers or the the accused and i think one thing that works four more is the fact that he has been you know asking you know for i don't know how many what day or they on i ought to be seventeen or eighteen for gloria allred worries putting that challenge out on twitter every single day and that's the point i was gonna make yeah what and in a gloria allred situation where they put out this is the evidence okay let's examined the evidence no well and and you have to ask yourself especially with gloria allred yet if she is working to protect women in this case she is working to help an alleged victim then she has a way to destroy some of his credibilty but in like like you and i said this would be the first thing i would do if i would go in and say okay what are you have tell me is there anything tangible did he signed something for you did he give you something that he give you any gifts or anything that we can basically show that at least you knew each other while that book thing came up ban obviously that's what she would have told gloria allred gloria allred if i were the warrior i would've said great let's go make sure that this is his handwriting if you're going to go forward with this let's have all the ammunition that we need to destroy him completely right because you that that this this what what are you want on this while i want people to know who he is alright then you what would want to make sure that this evidence is absolutely slam dunk your eyes and so think about what this is.

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"allred" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"allred" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"I answer when he said i apologize to everybody i don't remember anything right i apologise for something i essentially don't you know anything about ember and so they're well in that i guess there's at especially to at election time the special election happening a week from tomorrow uh it is it is about i as it is on many levels credibilty but in the case were allegations are brought about the the people of alabama have to decide if they believe the accusers or the the accused and i think one thing that works four more is the fact that he has been you know asking you know for i don't know how what day or they on i ought to be seventeen or eighteen for gloria allred worries putting that challenge out on twitter every single day and that's when i was gonna make yeah what indiana gloria allred situation where they put out this is the evidence okay let's examined the evidence no well and and you have to ask yourself especially with gloria allred yet if she is working to protect women in this case she is working to help an alleged victim then she has a way to destroy some of his credibility by in like like you and i said this would be the first thing i would do if i would go on and say okay what are you have tell me is there anything tangible did he signed something for you did he give you something that he give you any gifts or anything that we can basically show that at least you knew each other while that book thing came up ban obviously that's what she would have told gloria allred gloria allred if i were the lawyer i would have said great let's go make sure that this is his handwriting if you're going to go forward with his let's have all the ammunition that we need to destroy him completely right because you but that this this what what are you want on this while our bump people know who he is alright then you what would want to make sure that this evidence is absolutely slam dunk yours and so think about what this is the alleged victim victims he should not serve in the senate someone like this should not serve in the senate gloria allred apparently has proof that will destroy a great deal of his credibility if she could show that while through analysis yet this.

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"allred" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"allred" Discussed on WTMA

"I answer when he said i apologize to everybody i don't remember anything right i apologise for something i essentially don't you know anything about ember and so they're well in that i guess there's especially two at election time the special election happening a week from tomorrow uh it is it is about i as it is on many levels credibilty but in the case were allegations are brought about the the people of alabama have to decide if they believe the accusers or the the accused and i think one thing that works four more is the fact that he has been you know asking you know for i don't know how to what day or they on i ought to be seventeen or eighteen for gloria allred worry putting that challenge out on twitter every single day and that's when i was gonna make yeah what ain't they in a gloria allred situation where they put out this is the evidence okay let's examined the evidence no well and and you have to ask yourself especially with gloria allred yet if she is working to protect women in this case she is working to help an alleged victim then she has a way to destroy some of his credibility by in like like you and i said this would be the first thing i would do if i would go in and say okay what are you have tell me is there anything tangible did he signed something for you did he give you something that he give you any gifts or anything that we can basically show that at least you knew each other while that your book thing came up then obviously that's what she would have told gloria allred gloria allred if i were the lawyer i would have said great let's go make sure that this is his handwriting if you're going to go forward with this let's have all the ammunition that we need to destroy him completely bright because you but that this this what what are you want on this while i want people to know who he is alright then you what would want to make sure that this evidence is absolutely slam dunk yours and so think about what this is.

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