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A New Series From the Obamas Aims to Teach Civics Through Music
"To talk about and we have. Some sovereign is to change by her from the obamas. This is music new anime musical series. Do we the people. It's kind of a civics lesson for kids. Grownups it's got a lot of great music going with it. Let's hear a little sound. Here is said that changed by her here. It is go to address issues. Data speed keeps cheese when we say it. That's people at city council. So i love that by the way for other people named brandy carlisle than manuel miranda. Lambert goes online. A bunch of great musicians contributed to this and it talks about is that that saunders did about the the mayor talk about you know how many senators come from certain states voting rights all this kind of stuff which we have kind of fallen down the job on in school right. Yeah totally you know. What happened does sesame. Street did a lot of that. And then then it drops off you know and people forget the good points. The street had those little songs that teach how bill becomes a bill and all the rest of that stuff But this is a series called we the people that's going to be a series of ten music videos by powerhouses that you mentioned and they're very hip in happening for New generations of folk and even generations of folk. I do note that poet. Amanda gorman is also meeting which is good we note this this is. The show was by under their production company with a netflix. This production company and its chrisny was the originator their creator along with the obamas. But it's executive produced by. Tony davis preah sweatman ifan and kenya barris and kenya barris. People may know is connected to blackish and he's got a few other big Series like that. So it's really quite Well credentialed in terms of its creation. And you know the music is going to be good. So what a great idea
The Rise and Rise of Amanda Gorman
"Deep and amanda gorman's closet sits a doll that may or may not have still in the facts of her reluctant owners a month after the twenty three year. Old poet eclipse the transfer of power. At president biden's inauguration with an energizing performance of her song of nation. The hill we climb. She was thinking about an earlier. Discomfiting booking at the american girl boutique at the grove in los angeles. We were out of greenspace a stone's throw from gorman spot in la a one bedroom in an apartment building the color of sherbert reclining on blankets. She spread over manicured null. She tilted her head. Bird like and ground softly. They might get angry at me for saying this. The mattel brand had invited gorman to do a reading celebrating the arrival of gabriele the latest girl of the year to expectant young customers. This was new year's day two thousand seventeen and gorman was an eighteen year old. Freshmen at harvard. Home on winter break decompressing from the surprise of new england frost at the time gorman had already been named youth poet laureate of la the first one ever and was a known and admired figure on the national spoken word circuit the night before the event. The american girl team briefed her. On the biography of the dau- it was like a horror. Movie peel ask. We agreed after. She told me the story. Gabriella loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community the website for the defunct toy reads gorman loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community.
Washington, D.C.'s Newest Mural Depicts Poet Amanda Gorman
"We've learned that a new mural is going up in Northwest D C neighborhood featuring the young poet Amanda Gorman. It shows her as she looked reading the poem at the inauguration of President Biden, the moment that catapulted her to fame. That mural is being painted by Khalid Crosby, who's also painted several other well known murals across the city. This one is on 17th Street Northwest, not far from DuPont Circle. It should be completed later this month.
Poet Amanda Gorman says she was tailed by guard who thought of her as 'threat'
"Poet who captured hearts at the inauguration of President Joe Biden says she was followed home by a security guard Friday night who demanded to know where she lived because she looked suspicious. Amanda Gorman posted to social Media. This is the reality of black girls. One day you're called an icon the next day of threat, Gorman was the nation's youngest inaugural poet. The norms in notions of what just is. Isn't always just this. Gorman, who lives in L. A. Says she showed her keys and buzzed herself into her building and the guard left with no apology. She later tweeted In a sense, he was right. I am a threat, a threat to injustice to inequality to ignorance. Anyone who speaks the truth and walks with hope isn't obvious and fatal danger to the powers that be, ah, threat and proud. I'm Julie
Amanda Gorman says she was "tailed" by security guard on her way home
"What Amanda Gorman is speaking out. After hours after she says she was profiled by a security guard. She walked home Friday night as she walked home. Friday night, The 22 year old received national acclaim following her re citation of her original poem, The Hill. We Climb at President Biden's inauguration, Gorman posted on social media, saying a security guard tailed her to her building and demanded to know if she lived there because she quote looks suspicious. She goes on to say she showed her keys and bust into the building. And that's when he left without apologizing for following her. Gorman tweeted quote. This is the reality of black girls. One day you're called an icon the next day, a threat and she followed up with quote. In a sense, he was right. I am a threat, a threat to injustice to inequality to ignorance. Anyone who speaks the truth and walks with hope is an obvious and fatal danger to the powers
Amanda Gorman says she was racially profiled near her home
"Gorman, who caught America's attention during the Biden inauguration, says the security guard racially profiled her while she was walking home. Last night. She tweeted the guard followed her home and demanded to know where she lives. Because she looked suspicious. Gorman lives in L A, but didn't say where she was followed. Woman became an instant sensation when she recited her poem The Hill We climb at Biden's swearing in January 20th
'This Is The Reality Of Black Girls': Inauguration Poet Says She Was Tailed By Guard In Los Angeles
"Amanda Gorman, who gained international acclaim reciting her poem at President Biden's inauguration, says a security guard tailed her as she walked home last night. And told her she looked suspicious. Gorman tweeted today It's the reality of black girls. One day you're called an icon the next day, a threat.
Poet Amanda Gorman Says Security Guard Followed Her Home In Los Angeles, Called Her ‘Suspicious’
"Home by a security guard in Los Angeles who said she looked suspicious in a tweet. The 22 year old says the guard demanded to know if she lived in her building. Gorman says she showed her keys and bust herself into the building, and the guard left with no apology. This is the reality of black girl, she says. One day you're called an icon. The next Threat. This is the biggest news
Amanda Gorman says she was racially profiled near her home
"I'm Julie Walker the twenty two year old poet who captured hearts at the inauguration of president Biden said she was followed home by a security guard Friday night who demanded to know where she lives because she looked suspicious Amanda Gorman posted to social media this is the reality of black girls one day you're called an icon the next date of threat Gorman was the nation's youngest inaugural poet the norms and notions of what just is isn't always just S. Gorman who lives in LA says she showed her keys a bust yourself into her building and the guard left with no apology she later tweeted in a sense he was right I am a threat a threat to injustice to inequality to ignorance anyone who speaks the truth and walks with hope is an obvious and fatal danger to the powers that be a threat and proud I'm Julie Walker
"amanda gorman" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"Use hazelnuts. You can all kinds of nuts. Walnuts will make you any nut really. I think can make a not butter. But you have your own flavors of maybe what's your favorite or all of course have different nutritional values as well but i wanna talk about how to make it real quick so this recipe is just one and a half cups of for this. Purpose is roasted cashews and two tablespoons of like to use coconut oil and a little bit of salt to taste Put that in a food processor. And that's it. You have homemade peanut butter. And it's really weird so you do the nuts first and then you mix them in the food processors. Just the easiest way you could use a blender especially if you have like a vitamix or blend or something a high performance blenders but really a food processor if you have is probably the easiest and you can do it even without oil if you want. But i like the real creamy texture of using oil. But you will. You'll think you're not doing it right. Because it becomes almost like a powder like a flower but if you actually just keep mixing it will soon turn to liquid and that probably is also a scientific process know about but super fascinating other adams as you can use any order cinnamon vanilla honey or maple syrup to make you make savoury nut butters. You can make sweet nut butters. The results are limbless but definitely try homemade nut butter or could make spacey. Yeah absolutely. I think. We like a one i. I put. Yeah and thai. Peanut sauce is usually peanut. Butter is the first ingredient. It's got a ton of other things but yeah you can put peanut butter and make spicy. I do like a real savory or even a sweet and spicy butter was kind of like the cashew butter that gave you has some chinese chili flakes in it and tumor eric. But it also had honey so it had a really cool flavor profile of of high end suite two hob and not too sweet. Hopefully but i am so fascinated by that powder going to liquid so. I was amazed because for an eye. Even though the recipe told me this is going to happen. You're gonna think something's wrong but if you just keep blending and not. I'm not talking about a half hour talking about a couple of minutes and then like five minutes and it's almost like etta moment right. It's kind of like when you're whipping either with cream or equites you know. There's this magical moment this reaction where it then turns because if you do whip cream and then you over whip it. It's going to turn into butter something else. It goes past the point and that will not happen also with nut butter which is fascinating. I will say pro tips to get unsalted raw peanuts and then rosta them yourself. That is also super easy to do. And it's again. It's the difference of doing like dried urbs versus fresh herbs. Peanuts first of all that way. You're not getting salted so you can add as much salt as you want to. If if you do roasted salted peanuts my guess is i haven't done it. You'll get a really salty peanut butter especially if there's a lot of people who don't want to watch their salt intake so put oven three fifty preheated and then every ten minutes put your once it comes the of an hits three fifty. Put your nuts in there and pan and a shallow pan and every five ten minutes. Just check it and give it a little shake or stir. Whatever so they get a little evenly brown and you do have to watch it. Because every temperatures different for me and my level of humidity and elevation it took about thirty minutes is about the magic number but where you live could totally change in the kind of a new app. Convection versus non. So i don't like to say specific time. Just check it every five to ten minutes and that tastes that brings out the flavor of your of your peanut sir. Nuts so much more. It's so much better. That is definitely a hack to to do it. Yourself as just magical and then you add a little bit of salt to your peanut butter to taste keep tasting and then add a little more if you want a little less. You don't need it. you don't have to have salt. But i like lois assault in mine and like i said all those other add ins. It's just delicious fantastic and so listeners. If you're like oh my gosh. I don't remember what brian said. Don't worry you can just go to the show notes. He was putting a link as we do with oliver cool sheets to how to make your own nut butter that's awesome. I've never done it before. So now i am in is one of those things like. I said it's so easy. I guess way easier than i thought. Yeah and now because peanut butter especially natural. Peanut butter is relatively expensive. Yeah and if you get raw peanuts also less expensive than roasted salted peanuts. You're getting a better. You can get organic raw. Start with a good thing. And then it's much more economical to do it yourself and it's easy and it's kind of fun i love cooking and it would be a fun activity also with a family or a friend yeah. I think it'd be fun. But i just like i get cooking for me is almost like a meditative state. It's one of the things i do for pleasure. So i love that process of like this ceremony of roasting the peanuts and the smell your house of course nelson being. Oh then you taste and then it's yeah and it's great it would drive griffin crazy. Oh yeah who. I could make dog biscuits side of it moved. Yeah for sure..
"amanda gorman" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"For this week's episode. Okay so i'm gonna move onto my next kushida and a website. And i love this website for a couple of reasons. It's called carbon counter dot com. And it's very simple in terms of it has one purpose and it is a way to look at cars in terms of their emissions and their cost. So this is like. I want to see if my car cost efficient and is it also carbon emission efficient. And it's really cool. Because i actually do with my students. They calculate they do some calculations of different kinds of fuels and how much emissions there are and the cost and we create a graph but this one is completely done for any car model. So you go in and you can type in like. I have a toyota rav four so i put into a red for and then i see where it turns out on this graph and this graph has Like i said there's the cost of ownership and that's along the horizontal axis in on the vertical that showing greenhouse gas emissions per mile driven. And so you can see that not so. Surprisingly close to the bottom is a whole strip of all of our electric cars. They're down there and not surprising. The one that has the least emissions and the lowest cost were down in the nissan leaf. And then really low emissions but really high cost is tesla one of the highest. Tesla's are there so it allows you know and it's not so surprising but it does allow you to say okay. I can't get electric car right now. But i've you know gas okay. How how bad quote unquote his mind. Whereas this one okay. I'm considering getting this car. How bad is that. And it's just it's really straightforward. Gives you a lotta information quickly and i just had fun kind of poke around and look in different cars to honestly and so it's called carbon counter dot com. No that's super cool. Because even for me who i haven't drove a vehicle or a personal vehicle for seven plus years now but i would. I would have totally have fun. Just checking it out entering different models and makes and things like that does it say oh if you have a ninety eight model ford versus a two thousand eighteen or something like that. Does it do on the year. Because i'm the. I'm sure would change over time. I would be so i'm just so i love geeking out about that kind of stuff and does it also does it. Factor in manufacturing so. Yeah tesla doesn't burn any fossil fuels but to make it cost rate. It does i mean. Does it factor in that. So absolutely you are right about that and that is something that i'm not sure about but i thought of an and i thought okay i need to look into this more closely but what they talk about is the cost to the consumer gut it okay so the way it is now. It does not take that into account. But i've always been interested in the meltdown. Obviously that's more of a one time. Purchase where yeah. Yeah it it. It took some carbon to make it. Yeah but you're carbon neutral. Whatever free after that or mostly that question hundred percent. That question that you're asking was. I believe answered in a previous cool sheet that i talked about. Yeah i'll have to look up but where did talk about cars and how much it costs to make them there. You go so. Maybe i'll be able to hold up while you're talking about your next close. She we'll see but yeah very cool. School sheet is kind of fun one. This is an instagram account. That i i've followed for a while now and it's called if you high so if you just got instagram. Dot com slash. If you high. And i love that. It's not even proper proper proper grammar because very fitting but i will say that you do not have to be high to get enjoyment from these post. It probably helps. It probably is different. They have one thousand five hundred and fifty posts amd counting and five point seven million followers. So it is quite popular. And i can't imagine they're all stone say it's usually video. It's usually kind of looping mind-bending either optical illusions or major be magic loops. Where seamless loops. All my favorite things. Zach does a lot of seamless magic loops but So these are similar but also very different. And yeah. I don't i've actually never been stoned in watched it because when i'm done i'm not thinking about one of these days the stars align and i'll check it out 'cause when i'm not. I'm always like how this instagram like. It so cool. And like i said you don't have to be because when you're watch them and you maybe start to think you are because it's just they're always kind of like i said these mind bending loops and some of them are just slow mo of mushroom when the mo of all the spores spreading out and the next ones this orange that then transforms into a person. Or whatever. and it's they're always pretty trippy or the orange turns log falling. It's hard to explain. It's just wild definitely check out this higher not checkout if you hi sure okay i so i was not successful looking up the other thing i was going to look up but now i have to like this one. I wonder if you just found it if you. Oh wow yeah see. I have to make sure my volume is off. Okay so what have you save. You never seen this calva ver- no yeah exactly okay. But i did one say. I did talk about fueleconomy.gov okay. Is it different resource. But that's not what i'm thinking of. I have another one so anyway. I'll keep looking up. So i'm tripping on this parasail trip it exactly yes. I describe what you're seeing so their listeners. Someone is jump roping essentially in the air with their parasail. And it's i mean it's up above these glorious mountains and i swear to god. This is by grenoble. France where i have been. So that's why i'm thinking if that makes tripping that's funny i now is such account. It is safe fun. Yeah oh they do yes. 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"amanda gorman" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"But it is also hard copy and it is called. Who not how. And i'm now reading it again. I read it in almost immediately reading it again. I've learned so much from this book. So it is by dan. Sullivan and benjamin hardy. Although it may be this happens all the time. But i didn't know it until reading this book that dan didn't write any of it he just had the idea and then ben wrote the book and would meet with him and in the audio version. After the end of each chapter they get together and they have a little chitchat about it. Kind of like an interview so you gain more from it and what. I'm not sure about actually. Because i only have the audio book is whether or not the book does that. It might just be a bonus that you get with the audio book since it is this kind of back and forth thing that they do so the gist of it is and it is. It's a quick read by the way so you can get through it quickly. Is that when we are struggling. Something we're we're facing something. There's something we wanna do. We have some kind of goal in mind and that we often sit there and think. Okay how am i gonna do this. And you can go through all the mechanisms and you can figure things out and all this thing. And that's the natural direction for any to go. But the point that dan made and then been picked up on is that it's not. How are you going to do it. It's who are you going to ask to either do with you or do it for you or to introduce you to the person that's going to help you do it or whatever and it really captures this whole idea about how we are not each jusque singular islands on this planet that we are all better and synergy is everything starts out with amazing story about michael jordan and how much better he got because of his shoes and not just being the best player on the planet that time. So it's an outstanding book highly recommended. Who not how cool. That is cool. I love it's kind of the test. Philosophy a new way of looking at something and that's kind of that means that model for gas and it's something maybe we know but it's different angle. It's a different way to look at it. I love it. Yeah think that sounds really cool. Yeah i think you would like it. And like i said it's a quick one so yeah audio thing to that does happen sometimes. It's always a treat when you get these little extra nuggets where the author or whoever kind of does a little sidebar and as things that's really cool amanda palmer does that allied in her book he sings and she does these wonderful things and gary v does it a lot or sidebars with matthew. Mcconaughey did his last book. But it's a felt like that. I better term. Sidebar is like a verb to sidebar. Like they've heard it. Yeah and so. Yeah all right another podcast. Another local podcasts. That i listen to you. They always sidebar. Actually become a joke or like they're talking about one thing and they're like oh sidebar also used to have a crush on so and so or whatever that sidebar is it one person likes all the time. It's really great sign on. I just learned a new term. Yeah i'm in now. Urine right well cool. My next cool is a word. You'll love the song. Karen and its paradise paradise. I want to specifically talk about face paradox. that's when you see faces in objects. That don't really aren't really there. Imperatively also talks about like a common thing is like the rohrschack test so it's ink blot where you see an image and someone tells you what are you see in whatever you see will evaluate your if you're crazy or not or whatever but face paradox is when you see faces and objects and i just love this phenomenon and it's one of those things like once you kind of do it. You'll see it more and more all the time. And i think it's hilarious. Some of the science behind it professor kingly from the universe ear of toronto say that we're kind of prime to see faces in the world because it's kind of a fight or flight instinctual thing you know if we look and see a face in the bush we what do we do. Do we run do we. Or what is it. And if it's a mistake in no harm done but if it's warning us and helping us stay alive than it's very viable so that he's kind of thinking that maybe that's why we've done it and also some japanese researchers found that we even track the gaze of face in an object. So if there's a building that looks like is are looking to the left just like a human you'll you'll see them that building looking to the left and you'll like oh it is looking at. It's not even a real face looking. I so i love that phenomenon to that we also look where even the fake faces are going. So there's cool things you can go to hash icy faces on instagram. And they have like all these different instances of that. It's super fun to check out. Perilla church you know that makes me think of is the amityville horror where they took a house Yeah need it extra scary that it looked like a face like an evil scary glenn phase. Yeah absolutely and i wonder if that's just tied in with that psychological phenomena. Whatever will they do talk about like cars are like that. So obviously there's the animated pixar whatever cars and they all have faces but car manufacturers have actually designed so sports cars look a little more masculine and kind of an more masculine face. And then if you take something like volkswagen beetle. It's a little more rounded and the even the headlights around all purpose to attract kind of the customer would drive a beetle versus dodge charger. Whatever is more of a little aggressive face like. Yeah this is i speed so they actually might be designing cars with that a little bit in mind which is fascinating to me that they would think about that. Oh my gosh yeah. So it's it's super fascinating. Wants to go down that rabbit hole and again you'll see everything you'll see faces everywhere all of a sudden super. It's super fun for sure. Yeah and no surprise that people see the face to face in the moon. I but yeah. It's it's a pretty famous one. There's a building here in salem. That's a it's a lot of people. Say see jesus in it or a cow or something like this random spots. There has been the jesus in the toast you know. There's in the of people the see faces and toasts our buildings things like that and they since sold the toast one was virgin mary that sulfur thirty five thousand dollars or something. I had a nine here. Data's like yeah people get like wild about it but heavenly figures certainly tends to happen more frequently where people that are spiritual also see faces more often which i thought was super interesting. Yeah it's wild. It's a it's a really cool phenomenon that i my. Gosh yeah anything psychological like that so interesting. Cool all right well. I did want to remind everyone that if they wanted to look up the show notes they can go to ten bestest dot com slash kazoo.
"amanda gorman" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"Bestest my name is karen mcfarlane hohmann brain heart and we've got another great episode for you but first we're going to read a review. We love reviews you. So don't hesitate to get your phone out and send us a review on itunes. We'll see it there so this one was submitted by dino hano who says these two are the bestest possibly the ten best i love it great content worth. Listen for sure that's awesome. That is because it's short to the point. Some puns sky lova everything. I know like it reflects back our made up word. Yeah thanks tino. Yeah i love it you know. I like his name to. I know it's a you know. Some of the people we know and and now we're getting into reviews of people don't know which is always very exciting so thank you yes. Thank you okay. So i get to go first this week and my first call sheet will be the way that you'll be able to find all the show notes so we put all of our show notes at ten best dot com and this episode will be slash kazoo and reason why it's kazoo is because i'm going to be talking about a magazine called kazoo. This is such an awesome magazine. And the whole reason why i discovered kazoo. I saw a really amazing posts on linked in actually that someone had made commentary about girls and girl magazines like and so i made a post on facebook and then a friend of mine said hey you know what. There's a really great girls magazine that addresses these issues that you're bringing up. It's called kazoo. So i went and found it online and i discovered that it is a hard copy magazine. You order this thing you subscribe to it. It is mailed to you and you hold it in your and and there's a good reason for that so i am not a young girl nor do i have a young girl in my household but i was really interested in this magazine and what it was all about and i wanted to support them. It just so happens that yesterday The date were recording. This happened to get the latest issue and so far. I think this is the third one i've gotten and i have a teenage son. That even likes it. It has super interesting articles. That are creatively done. They highlight women. So it's all women review board and the authors and there's a lot of scientific stuff. There's a lot of creative stuff. Their stories there are questions. There are things that make you. Think there are tongue twisters and short stories science stuff. The list goes on very well. Done gray graphics. I love this magazine because it short short cool. So you're telling me this is a physical to like you have the physical. They don't got that those exists. I know which is silly. But i actually kinda true. Yeah it's feels rare nowadays it does. It's cool it is it is and it. Has you know it's kind of like back in the day when we were growing up there. Were kids magazines where you drew in. They had a big spots where you could like draw something and has that oh cool yeah factor as well for sure because kids don't really see that anymore and magazines that's kind of rare now and so here's an example like a had a recipe for making cookies and then it gives the history fortune cookies and then the mystery of it and this and that you know so it just really brings in this kind of holistic approach to each of the things they talk about and just really fun very very well done call. Do you think you'll get some cool sheets feature co sheets from that to mine. Everybody source bad about that kind of stuff. Yeah well very cool. Thank you for sharing that. And do you want to hear one of my dreams. Now i do. I wanna be. I wanna like contribute to it. Oh yeah that would be so. Yeah you'd be great. yeah after. I'll keep getting these magazines and these issues and kind of you know. See what where i could fill in the need. Yeah very cool. Yeah that's neat all right. Well thanks again. My first school sheet is a human. This is one of the most amazing humans. I've been able to witness a long time and it's amanda gorman. She was at the inauguration for joe biden presidency and she kind of stole the show. Not kinda she did. She just twenty two years old and she is the youngest inaugural poet in us history. She's award winning writer. She graduated kamada at harvard. Super super smart and her poem was absolutely amazing. It was called the hill. Climb some of my favorite quotes. We braved the belly of the beast. We've learned that quiet isn't always piece so she does really cool like play on words like a lot of good poets due to her delivery her confidence. She's just a tiny little thing but she owned every second of spoken word and she. Her presence is larger than life. She wore this amazing like bright. Yellow jacket and a red headband. And she's just she's a force and i've listened to a couple more poems that she has online. She has a temp performance. Of course she has another one on global warming called earth rice also very all. They're all very good. She is going to be an up and comer and some really cool things that i learned about her is she actually has a speech impediment so to be a world class poet like this but still she and if you notice she still struggles with ours. I'm saying them and it was a thing that she had couldn't hear when she was born very well in a distorted the way she picked up language but she's totally overcome but i love that she still embraces. That and has not let it supper. That's an inspiration. She's an inspiration for so many other things he plans to be. Run for president in twenty thirty six so definitely keep an eye out for. Amanda gorman She yes yes yes yes that's all. Well that's not all. I have to say but it's so funny because you had asked me you said are you going to be talking about any humans and i immediately was like he's gonna talk about amanda. I do really do it. Oh yeah that's because like this is definitely one. Were probably gonna duplicate and as actually ready. I have twenty more minutes of notes so as like well. If you talk about it. I could talk about other things. Boughedir research her so thoroughly even for the show because she's amazing person and i want to learn and more about her. There are some other amazing things in her poem. During inauguration we lay down our arms so can reach out our arms Just so many things. There were so relevant to the day into the state of the nation right now so uplifting and uniting and she's just an amazing amazing person i'm so glad she was selected. I'm so yeah she's she's an amazing human. Ooh last time. We'll we'll hear about her absolutely absolutely and i could. I could relate. So guess what i had a speech impediment. I could not say ours. Oh okay there you go. yeah so when. I heard that i was like way. Yeah and you can see her. I i've listened to that inauguration poem now three or four times maybe more and i don't notice it as much. So maybe she really she she talked. She's very open about it and talking about and how she's used. She had some really interesting. She listened to the soundtrack of hamilton. A lot to help her with this speech. Show interesting to overcome which i thought was also cool techniques again and just very perfect for her but if you listen to some of our older poems you maybe it's more relevant than or whatever but i think it's i don't know if i'm just because i'm so enamored with her presence that i think everything she does now is golden so even when she has it in her eyes defend. I'm like it's it's wonderful because now she's embraced it. It's she doesn't hide from it. And i love it because you know joe biden. He stuttered for a really long time and he still to this day. A lot of people say. Oh you know seems like you so out of sorts. A lot of time. Because he's overcome his speech impediment and people don't quite realize that i mean obviously he's older too and not to pick a political side. But you know that's a thing with him and so the fact that he picked another person that also had a speech impediment like everything about it. I know i love it. It's perfect and she. She's she's amazing. Anyway i now. she's amazing. I am excited to see what her future holds. Three books coming out. Oh yeah like. And this is again before the inauguration obviously but that kinda catapulted her every now she's on everybody's radar but i was so happy to. I already called a local bookstore and reserve copy of one of her book. Oh excellent so yeah so super bumped about awesome all right well speaking of bucks. My next goal sheet is a buck slash audiobook. I'm actually listening to the audio..
Amanda Gorman's Super Bowl 55 poem honors honorary captains
"Is set to read an original poem at today's Super Bowl. The 22 year old Los Angeles native is the youngest ever inaugural poet to perform at the pre game ceremony. Her poem is dedicated to three honorary game captains the NFL chose for this year's big game. The
Interest continues to grow in inaugural poet Amanda Gorman
"It's thursday wad squad and today we're celebrating an overnight success the poet. Amanda gorman who stole the show at the inauguration last week was just announced as a performer at the super bowl fifty five pre show in february not the halftime show. So doesn't have to come up with some songs really quickly. But you'll be reading original poem before the game which will be in tampa florida gorman also signed with i m g models this week which represents people like kate moss and chrissy teigen so giddy. I just wanna make an observation here. I feel like we didn't have breakout. Celebrities like this under trump. But can you think of any. We didn't have breakout celebrities like this but we certainly have. We certainly had some breakout celebrities. One guy mike lindell of my pillow. Dan bongino facebook and whatever else he does. There were there were there. Were some i don. They weren't of the. How shall we say caliber magic orbit. But i think that there there. There definitely were New celebs as it were that we had to contend with. Perhaps i think that's right. I think that there's like you know people who popped up for a variety of different reasons but not necessarily because we were all like yes. This is good and they are like the situations even when there were good people. I feel like the situations around them. We're not necessarily the best so it's just yeah all right. I guess. I'll take dan bongino as an answer guy who i. I'm assuming he has a podcast because he's angry white man. I feel like that. I can top hobbies for that type correct correct. Yeah i think he does and to me. The real gauge of amanda success is going to be when she beats his facebook post like when she starts when we look at those weekly facebook posts. And it's not all dan one through ten then. We'll know that she's i'm aged terribly. It is now much much older cares baseball.
Poet Amanda Gorman to perform at Super Bowl
"Learning who will be performing at the Super Bowl this year. ABC Jin A Norman reports for there was always liked it on Lee were brave enough to see it. It's on Lee were brave enough. To be in inaugural poet Amanda Gorman will be part of the Super Bowl 55 pre game show.
NFL picks 3 honorary captains, Amanda Gorman for coin toss
"We'll soon be hearing more from the poet who captivated the nation at Joe Biden's inauguration even as we hurt we hope from one major event to another for Amanda Gorman after reciting her poem the hill will climb at the presidential inauguration last week Gorman has another turn in the spotlight next month she'll be working up another original poem this time for the Super Bowl NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says Gorman is being asked to crank out something to pay tribute to the honorary captains at the big game a week from Sunday three people who have served during the corona virus pandemic have been chosen for the honor they'll take part in the coin toss before the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
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"amanda gorman" Discussed on PR & Law
"Support for for your business to make sense and so this is what you just have to do Because that that's everything your brand reputation. Your brands viability is absolutely everything. If you don't have that you're you're going to be in big trouble in terms of business and that's just the way it is i. It doesn't matter if people like it or not agree with it or not. I think it's fair or not. It's just the way it is. It's just the way it is and it's just what had to happen in this case. Yes and i think the other thing. That's that's educational in the story. Cam is the gray area really and this is where it still so remarkably difficult for for women in the workforce right. It's not the obvious stuff you go through these text exchanges cam and porter saying hey meet me for drink. I met this hotel by hotel. That stuff is clearly of a personal and romantic nature. it couldn't possibly be misconstrued as anything else but there are also text messages of. Hey i'm at the stadium watching banning practice. You should come by. Well this is think about it. This is a reporter who's trying to build a reputation is trying to succeed. Major league baseball and porter is well aware of that fact. And he's relying on it and he's praying on it for the purposes of his own personal goals. That has nothing to do with. Hey come on down watch batting practice in this might give you like up over your competitors. He's using his as leverage for his own romantic interests. And that's the stuff that's far more complicated and and far more difficult to sort of. Just look at it and say oh well. Hey that's acceptable or that's unacceptable. But that's the kind of stuff that women have to deal with. And that's the kind of stuff is an employment lawyer that you know a meeting with clients. I'm faced with those sorts of scenarios of. Hey i've been subjected to this. What can we do about that. What does this mean. It's the gray area stuff. That still happens. All the time and is really really really difficult needs to be addressed. You mentioned that. He had sent sixty messages and that she didn't respond. And this follows one brief encounter in an elevator. What's interesting you went like like if sent sixty messages to somebody else Without response is it doesn't matter if it's relationship nature or pursuit or or anything it's harassment. You know like it's just the asian. Do that to anyone at anytime. It goes over the line and it shows he. He probably has some boundary issues that he needs to work out. Well yeah and that's just it. I mean at the end of it. I mean this reporter talks about interview with with. Espn where she had an english as a second language into our own. Admission said you know it's difficult for me to write in english and she had someone help her draft a very very brief response. Saying you know. Hey this is inappropriate. Please stop and then of course at that. Point porter says oh. I'm so sorry. i'm so sorry i'll stop. i'll stop. i'm so sorry i apologize..
"amanda gorman" Discussed on PR & Law
"I understand She spoke with espn and twenty seventeen. The the exchanges with porter occurred in twenty sixteen so there is even a gap between the the exchange of these texts and when she ultimately spoke to espn. So yeah as to why you know. Espn sat on it for that long or she asked espn to sit on it for that long. That was the explanation that she provided. Was you know she was. She was scared of reprisal. And i've since read a number of stories around this sort of researching the story for for the show cam and you know. Obviously this isn't uncommon for women down to endure in these situations and her reaction is all too common where they do sit quiet. They don't say anything and it could be years before Could be triggering event or they see that individual in the public eye. And that is what sort of motivates them to to finally come forward and tell their story in any sort of curious to get your take on this cam because the mets response so you know y- when the story finally broke initial response came. This was monday evening. And it came from the president of the the new york. Mets sandy alderson. And i'll read you reach the wrote. This is what anderson had to say or alderson. Excuse me. I have spoken directly with jared porter regarding events that took place in two thousand sixteen of which we were made aware tonight for the first time. Jared has acknowledged to me his serious error in judgment. His taken responsibility for his conduct has expressed remorse and his previously apologized for his actions. The mets take these matters seriously. Expect professional and ethical behavior from all of our employees and certainly do not condone the conduct described. In your story. We will follow up. Is we review the facts regarding the serious issue. So what are your thoughts cam on the on the response. Well i think. I mean first of all and again i haven't i haven't done deeply into this at all but i think it's quite clear especially now that when there are accusations like this There should be a quick investigation to determine if they're if they are true. Or even you know possibly true and and action should be taken quickly and we've talked about that on this show because you're exposing your your brand or your product or your corporate profile to to further scrutiny and criticism If you don't take action. Because i think that the precedent has been set with with this since harvey weinstein and since the metoo movement started now. I'm not conflicting. This with harvey weinstein. I think is very different. Different cases But i think it does behoove companies now to to act quickly. I think they probably did what i would have recommended however the interesting part here is i really do. Think that five years ago he would probably still have his job And the reasons being this is a guess. I'm not saying that he should or shouldn't have it. But i think especially in a sports organization. I think there was in in sports. I think probably a bit of a higher tolerance for this kind of thing again. That's my own personal opinion and we've talked about sports stories before you and on the show as well but also that because it was it was many years ago and and they did say that he apologized and as far as we know this is the only case although others may may come forward so it seems like the sort of thing where you potentially. The business could have rallied around the new general manager if it was one case and there.
"amanda gorman" Discussed on Surrounded by Idiots Radio Podcast
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"amanda gorman" Discussed on Surrounded by Idiots Radio Podcast
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"amanda gorman" Discussed on KCRW
"Tea with Aaron Haynes, editor at large of the 19th and just Morales for Keto, Civic engagement director at the National Domestic Workers Alliance. I'm wondering from either of you with the events that we we've seen the past week. Was there a moment that struck you a politically or otherwise from from? You know this this transition of power? Just what about you? Okay. Maybe this is frivolous. But I was here for J. Lo. I was here How jewelry? I was here for the hair. Absolutely not for not for bliss it off. I mean, I think I think most of the executive orders were under that ponytail. It was great and then whole Instagram photo shoot, just lounging like prom style with a rod on the Capitol steps. It's like that is not what people are usually doing on the Capitol steps, but it's what you would expect. J. Lo to do at at the Capitol. She and a rotter gonna have a photo shoot. And there's any Medina just kind of gratuitously and the shot. I was like, Okay, this is this is amazing. A Greek. That was the moment That was a moment from from this week that I will not soon forget for right. What about you? Amanda Gorman all day every day. I love her so much. You know what strikes me is that there's book ends. You know that the poet and philanthropist Elizabeth Alexander Gave the poem at the first Obama inauguration. And now you have another black woman from a different generation justice, brilliant giving this inaugural poem and to me, that's a great book end to the arc of history. I think that's absolutely right. You know, art matters, poetry matters and in these types of moments, you know, I think that that kind of thing can really capture kind of the sweep of history. And I think that Amanda Gorman certainly did a beautiful job of that. Absolutely s. Oh, there were reportedly more troops in Washington D c this week for the inauguration than there were in U. S wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria combined. You know, Farai, you're staying in the DC area at the moment. I'm just wondering kind of what it feels like to you. Toe have such heavy military presence. What was that? Like? You know, it was really fascinating. I am I have never seen Washington D. C locked down like this, and it was a huge Pain and a huge cost to the city. And what I mean by that is that certain places of work we're closed. A lot of people who had to go to work couldn't take the Metro because it was shut down. Yeah, many different stations, so the impact of The largely white lead domestic terrorism at the Capitol, then ripples out to working class black and brown people and white people who can't get to work, many of whom are going to get a paycheck if they don't get to work, who worked jobs that depend on shift work, So I think that in addition to everything else being a national security risk violence, a covert super spreader event The siege of the capital also took money out of pockets of working class people in the DC area..
The inauguration inspires more art
"Sure. But artists also played a big role as you might have heard. Earlier in the show. We got to see Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez perform. There was an art installation at the National Mall. But outside of Washington, one particular piece of art really struck us. Hoarsely. Allah Barriers is a poet from Chicago. He often writes about his identity as a Mexican American from a mixed status family, And this week he was commissioned to write a new poem. It's called the People's Inauguration. It's your part of it. So let our imagination be as expensive as our love These In the beginning, there were no police until someone imagined them. So let's imagine the end of policing. Imagine medicine for the sick. Imagine bread for the hungry and don't stop imagining and struggling until we have a country worthy of inauguration. Jose Olivera is reading some of his poems, the people's inauguration. Put the olive areas as poem was commissioned by a U. S non profit called the Center for Cultural Power. And for more Jose's on with me on the line on Zoom from Jersey. Hi, Jose. How are you? I'm good. How are you, Tom? Powerful poem. Thank you. How are you doing? It's been ages since we talked. How you holding up? I'm holding up, Okay. All things considered, you know, the most important thing is everyone's been able to stay safe. So I feel really lucky and grateful for that. Well, we're lucky and grateful to have yet In the end that poem, which is which is beautiful in we're gonna get some poetry from your later You refer to a country worthy of inauguration. When you were watching the inauguration. Were you in any way confident that this new president might be able to steer the ship in that direction? I'm hopeful that at the very least we won't Live under the constant kind of terror and anxiety of the last administration, where we just, you know, would wake up to news that there was you know the Muslim bin and then the next day, there was another catastrophe. And so it feels like At the very least, it won't be four years of one catastrophe after the next I feel a little bit less a little more hesitant, saying anything more than that, because I think there's this idea that a return to normalcy is good enough. But normalcy was not good enough. Normalcy still meant that a lot of people were living. We're still suffering. So for me, we have to do better than just getting back to the way it was before Donald Trump one of the most beautiful moments of the inauguration, Certainly one of the most standout moments was from the poet Amanda Gorman. 22 years old youth poet laureate. I can see you getting excited as I talk about this. She brought the house down housing significant Was it for you to see poetry used like this. It was so powerful and so great. You know, Amanda is like you said, 22 years old to see a young person. Given that opportunity to shine, I think just goes to show You know how many talented poets there are in that young people when given the opportunity can really rise to the moment. So I was really happy to see a man that just absolutely crushed it on that stage and as a poet yourself, it must have been so exciting that all these songs did very well. But it was a poem, a poem that reached so many people that made such an impact. Absolutely, And the poem was so musical. I mean, you could hear the rhyme scheme and the different rhythms that Amanda incorporated. My favorite moment is she has a line that said, You know something along the lines of harm for none and harmony for all that little flip is just so beautiful and I think worthy of what of what we want and what we're trying to build. Well, I'm excited to listen to some poetry from you as well. You're going to read from his later on,
Amanda Gorman's Poem Stole the Show at the Inauguration
"Amanda gorman. All day every day. I love her so much. You know what strikes me is that there's book ends you know that the poet and Philanthropist elizabeth alexander gave the poem at the first obama inauguration and now you have another black woman from a different generation justice. Brilliant giving this inaugural poem and to me. That's a great book. End to the arc of history. That's absolutely right. You know art matters. Poetry matters in in in these types of moments you know. I think that that kind of thing can really capture counter the sweep of history and i think that amanda gorman certainly did a beautiful job of that absolutely
Amanda Gorman's books jump to bestsellers after inaugural poem
"The dawn is hours before we knew it. Somehow we do it. Somehow we've weathered in witnessed a nation that isn't broken but simply unfinished we the successors of a country and the time were a skinny black girl. Descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one that was amanda gorman the inaugural youth poet lawyer it reading from her poem. At the hill we climb which she read at joe biden's inauguration alexandra alter profiled gorman and interviewed her joining us now to talk a little bit more about that hey alexandra hey pamela so this was a really exciting week in washington but i most loved about the news events. This week was that a poet was the breakout star of the inauguration ceremony on wednesday. Amanda gorman was the youngest inaugural poet and us history. She joins a very elite class of poets. Only been a handful of poets who have performed it including robert frost my ngelo elizabeth richard blanco. So she really brought a lot to this performance. And when i spoke to her what was really interesting to me was. She felt enormous pressure. Not just because of the size of the audience she was going to be addressing. Tens of millions of people potentially watching the events at home but because of the state of the country she felt real responsibility to present a poem that reflected joe biden's inaugural theme of america united and. She said they didn't give her any specific guidelines but they said that's the three million inauguration but she also really wanted to address. What has happened recently in the country. Particularly the partisan divisions that we've seen the political violence the effects of the pandemic. It's a really dark moment. And so she was kind of trying to counter johnston to forces the potential for unity. But also these deep divisions that we're seeing in the country now so interestingly. She was really struggling with the poem. The inaugural committee reached out to her late december. She had a few weeks to work on it and was kind of she said it's like it felt like climbing a mountain would do a few versus a day and then on january six. We all watched across the country as the unfolded at the capital. There was the insurrection. There and rioters stormed the capital. And amanda gorman at that point had written about half of her poem and she stayed up late into the night and finished it because she just felt this urgency. And so you're there are verses in the poem that reflect what we saw that day the other thing that she said that was interesting about how she prepared to write it was. She said she always starts with historical research so she studied speeches from leaders who really brought their countries together. In times of crisis she looked at speeches by winston. Churchill abraham lincoln martin luther king junior and she listened to music that inspired her including the musical hamilton. There are a couple of hamilton references within the poem. That some people caught including lin-manuel miranda who was very appreciative of her poetry. So it's been incredible to see their response to her work after she gave this really kind of inspiring performance her books. She has two books coming out this year. Actually three because they're releasing the poem she wrote as a standalone and she has now the number one and number two books on amazon and this is a poet who is twenty two years old and she's preparing to publish her debut collection. This fall so she's gone incredibly quickly from somebody who had following and was pretty well known in the poetry world to kind of national literary star and one other thing that i loved about her performance and her approach to it which she talked about how she felt like she was representing not just her own words but representing poetry itself representing american poetry and y you know it was important to have poetry part of the ceremony. She said when. I spoke to her now more than ever. The united states needs an inaugural poem. Poetry is typically the touchstone that we go back to when we have to remind ourselves of the history that we stand on the future that we stand for so i thought it was lovely that she felt that she was standing up in front of the capital. Two weeks after the insurrection took place kind of representing poetry as a form that can unite the country.
Amanda Gorman's books are topping best seller lists and they haven't even been released yet
"Amanda Gorman on the top of Amazon's best sellers list. Her debut poetry collection. The Hill We Climb is at number one with her picture book Change, sings the Children's anthem in the number two spot.
"amanda gorman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Good morning friends and declare Crawley is Iraq after her split from Dale Moss. You know those things became very, very messy is what's being reported today. She was, of course, the bachelorette. He confirmed that they are done. You know, he's from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Did you know this? I didn't know that me not very far away. No. Um and they in his statement, he said. We believe this is the healthiest decision for both of us at this time, But apparently, you know, nobody brilliant breaks up in. Both people are like we feel so great, right just doesn't happen. No, it does not. That's not. That's not how how it works. Always gonna be one person who instigates it. Sources saying she fell really hard for Dale and saw a future with him. And to see this all blow up in her face has been really difficult on that their relation to be came very messy and that she is not holding up well. She has yet to speak out about the split. Oh, they got less than two weeks after meeting each other. Shockingly, that doesn't always work. Although some people will say they got engaged like Week later, and they've been married for 50 years, so I don't know, but that's an exception. I always say people will email me like your your parents are an exception to the rule. Marriage is an exception. Yes, we have been a different time. I don't know s. So that's what's happening there. Let's talk about Amanda Gorman, the poet. Who delivered her beautiful words at the inauguration yesterday. Gayle King revealed today that Oprah Winfrey gifted Amanda Gorman earrings and a caged bird rang to wear on Inauguration Day. You know, at 22 quite an honor, she is the youngest ever inaugural poet. And she had some serious star power supporting her. So she was able to have those those items from Oprah herself. My angelou so makes Yeah. Please sense. Yes. Yeah, Oprah, but Maya's 1992 inauguration coat. And, uh, over wanted to continue that tradition, but she already had a coat. So she better earrings and a ring. That's really sweet. Yeah, and she was. I just saw an interview with her during one of the commercial breaks with Amanda. With Amanda. And she said, Oh, I'll be back. She was that won't be the last time I'm on that stage, and it was real cute. She's like, not cute. That's to me that Z kind of sending. It was real like you believe her like she has aspirations. She has big aspirations for her life. She's 22. I mean, that's very young, You know it, and that's been part of the whole thing At the time. She has so much time. She's already succeeded that more than any of us will ever succeed. Exactly possible just writing a poem. Yes, there's a problem at all. Well, that's why I was laughing with Lex. And don and Kenny. I said I was with a friend last night and we were all going. What the hell? We're redoing were 22, you know, not really paying our electric bill and eating gas station chicken. You know, I was working in Duluth and I was making $19,000 a year. Oh, yes, I was also producing a morning show and I didn't know how to do it at all. Not funny when they give you a job in there like you're going to do this, and I was like, great. And then I thought, I don't know at all how to do that. You don't tell them that. Of course. You just think, just, like have to breathe into a brown paper bag in your car when you try and figure out what you're gonna do next. Oh, my gosh. This That's how I felt during so much of my career. Well, thanks. Review rough patches along the way to get there. Um Kelly Rowland is about to have a baby any time and her trainer posted video of her. Said she's still pregnant, so we're still working. And it is so cute because she's just like basketball tummy doing these wall sits and it's just adorable. I don't know. I just think she looks so cute. 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I did feel kind of badly for people who wouldn't have found Or if you know you had a alternate spelling like I had a cousin Sarah with Justin and not in a church, so sometimes she wouldn't find it. Poor Sarah she doing Okay. Now she's I think she's okay. Think she's functioning? Yes, She's a functioning adult. Just make your own That's right person. And that's what you do. You know, they still sell puffy paint. My daughter got some puffy paint for her birthday. And I was wondering about this if they still sold it because I There was nothing more joyful to me as a child than puff paint. Me too. What's Bernie making? She just makes all sorts of stuff she makes. Um, she has,.
"amanda gorman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Barriers were shattered, 22 year old poet Amanda Gorman elegantly summed up the moment. Skinny black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother contrariness of becoming president within hours of arriving to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. President Biden wasn't work. Issuing more than a dozen executive action. Amanda Gorman, by the way, already says she's got future plans to run for president of the United States. Hours after the swearing in yesterday, federal agents break up a protest in Portland, Oregon, with tear gas and pepper spray demonstrations turned violent with a burning flag and broken glass at Democratic headquarters. During President Biden's inauguration speech and unknown man in uniform stands watch over his son Beau Biden's grave more than 100 Miles away. Most of President Biden's incoming Cabinet will be run by acting directors for now, but the Senate does make quick work and confirms the president's pick for director of National intelligence. Averil Haynes officially gets the job. 907 stores and other bank businesses go belly up and file for bankruptcy and droves during the pandemic, and others find themselves springing to life. WBC's match here pulls the strings at a new guitar shop in Central Mass, a weird time to be in retail, but that's not stopping Bill fan off from following his dream. My wife when I came down.
"amanda gorman" Discussed on WTOP
"In the thirties. Small, socially distanced crowd watched on applauding and President Biden statement that fax can't be manipulated and his assertion that we will all get through this pandemic. Together. The limited number of guests in attendance had to pass through multiple security screenings and get a negative covert test. At the West Front of the Capitol, John Aaron W. T. O P News 22 year old Amanda Gorman became the youngest poet to recite at a presidential inauguration. Her poem The Hill We climb Touched on the riots of the capital just two weeks ago. We've seen a forest that would shatter our nation rather than share. It would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy. In this effort, very nearly succeeded. While democracy can be periodically delayed, it could never be permanently defeated. The L. A native says the riots changed her poem and the message he wanted to deliver. She's quite it inspirational figure at her young age. She overcame a speech impediment earlier in life. Meantime, the president of Morgan State University has made an offer to Gorman in a tweet. David Wilson asked the inaugural poet to be the school's poet in residence. Wilson later told the Baltimore Sun he's 100% serious. About this offer, he says a year at the school would give her an even deeper and wider perspective on the issues that she's addressing President Biden says former president Trump did maintain the tradition of leaving a letter for his successor. The president tells reporters he will not talk about the letter publicly until he speaks with Donald Trump. White House press secretary Jen Psaki tonight. This is a letter that was private. As he said to you all it was Both generous and gracious, and it was just a reflection of him not planning to release the letter unilaterally, but I wouldn't take it as an indication of a pending call. On his first day in office, President Biden signed more than a dozen executive actions. Those include rejoining the World Health Organization, issuing a mask mandate for people visiting federal buildings and federal lands, rejoining the Paris climate agreement and ending the Muslim travel ban. Still ahead tonight on w T o P. What is the average size of a mortgage these days? How much lower our airfares? It's on the way in money news, 10 24. Continuing coverage of the presidential inauguration on 103.5 FM, the W T o p app and you're smart device. Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should too. University of Maryland Global Campus, formerly University of Maryland University College was made to serve the military and working.
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"Lady Gaga singing the national anthem on a cold, breezy but Sonny Inauguration Day for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris. On historic day in the nation's capital by nerd Jing is using his inaugural address call for Healing A nation has become even more bitterly divided over the past four years. My whole soul was in it. Today. Miss January day. My whole soul is in this Bringing America together uniting our people united in our nation's and I ask every American had joined me in this cause. Three former presidents were on hand for today's inauguration, while one outgoing President Donald Trump was notably absent, having left Washington hours before Biden swearing in. After a scaled down parade a short time ago down Pennsylvania Avenue. The first family is now in the White House. Security was tight with some 25,000 National Guard troops on the streets of D C following the storming of the capital two weeks ago by pro Trump extremists. Nation's first ever youth poet laureate, delivered a message calling for unity and togetherness of today's inauguration more from NPR's Windsor Johnston. Amanda Gorman recited her poem The Hill. We climb a work she finished shortly after the attack on the U. S Capitol building. We've seen a forest that would shatter our nation. Rather than share. It would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy in this effort, very nearly succeeded. But while democracy can be periodically delayed, it could never be permanently defeated. The recent Harvard graduate, was named poet laureate of Los Angeles. At the age of 16 at 22. Amanda Gorman is the youngest person to read a poem at an inauguration in modern history. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington, Connecticut Man faces federal charges for allegedly attacking a police officer during the right two weeks ago with US capital. NPR's Ryan Lucas has more in the case against Patrick McCarty. Patrick would call. He is charged in a criminal complaint with four counts, including assaulting D. C. Metropolitan Police officer Daniel Hodges during the attack on the Capitol, court papers say McCall. He was identified in videos from the January 6th insurrection by Trump supporters. And affidavit, says McCall. He can be seen using a riot shield to push Officer Hodges and pin him against the door. As another writer rips off the policeman's gas mask. Federal investigators have opened more than 250 cases so far tied to the insurrection. As they work around the clock to try to identify in charge. Those who took part in the violence. Brian Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks gained ground on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 257 points. The NASDAQ Rose 260 points. You're listening to NPR. This is W When will I see in New York on Shawn Carlson? Many New Yorkers are breathing a sigh of relief Now that Joe Biden is officially president, 53 year old Wendy Brandis is a Manhattan resident standing outside Trump Tower. Today, she says she's feeling pretty good. It wasn't even a conscious feeling..
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"Office of president of the United States. The president of the United States and Joe Biden has miss Morning as the 46, president of the United States. Kamila Harris has been sworn in as the first female vice president of the US, Biden and Harris started their day with a church service at the Cathedral of ST Matthew the Apostle and Washington D. C. Biden asked all those who don't support him to give him a chance. Take your measure Me and my heart. If you still disagree, so be it. That's democracy. That's America right to dissent. Peaceably in the guard. Rails of our republic is perhaps this nation's greatest strength. Biden says. He'll be a president for all Americans. He called the divisions in America and uncivil war. He called on people to show tolerance and humility. Biden promised the country will get through the pandemic together. Now the inauguration is lower key than normal due to the cove. It 19 crowd restrictions. But the security presence is much more visible than usual, with 25,000 National Guard troops securing the capital now following Swearing in. Baden and Harris will take part in the military pass in review. And then they will lay a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. And L. A native has become the youngest person to write and recite upon at a presidential inauguration. We are striving to forge or union with Purpose to compose a country committed toe. All cultures, colors, characters in conditions of man. Amanda Gorman, who's 22 was chosen as the first national youth poet laureate four years ago. She's also a former youth poet laureate of Los Angeles. Gorman says she's interested in running for president and 2036. Abner Newsome has shown his appreciation for the woman who's saying the national anthem at the inauguration. He tweeted gaga, then the greater than sign Maga Law enforcement in L. A has stepped up preparations for any possible political violence today. LAPD chief Moore says his agency has been monitoring events planned around the inauguration for months while we're all deeply disturbed Traumatized.
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"Of the great American songs. Amazing Grace at the inauguration. Of Joe Biden, who has been sworn in as the 46, president of the United States. Next up, Chairman. Senator Blunts is going to introduce Amanda Gorman. No Relation to your host Your Ryan Gorman. At least not that I know of, and she is going to recite a poem that I have to say with the last name Gorman a fine choice for the reciting of the poem at this inauguration. Garth Brooks hugging former president sort of breaking all the covert rules, but it seemed to have fun there up on the stage. Are not to be reminded of President Obama's singing that same song that the mother Emanuel Church song that our cultures is close to both poetry and prayer. As you could possibly. Come on. We're gonna finish with those two things. Let me introduce Amanda Gorman. Our nation's first ever national poet laureate. Again. This is Amanda Gorman reciting a poem and still lots more to come here during this inauguration of Joe Biden. They do. Disinfect the lectern between each speakers for a few moments, Mr President's Dr Biden, Madam Vice presidents, Mr M half Americans and the world. One day comes, we asked ourselves Where can we find light in this? Never ending shade the loss. We carry a C. We must wait. We've braved the belly of the beast. We've learned that quiet isn't always piece in the norms and notions of what's just is Isn't always just this. And yet the dawn is ours before we knew it Somehow we do it. Somehow we've weathered and witnessed a nation that isn't broken. But simply unfinished. We,.
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"905 on Inauguration Day, where President elect Joe Biden. It is now attending a church service with congressional leaders, both from the Democratic and Republican sides of the aisle this morning, a sign of possible unity to come theme of his speech at his inaugural later today, there's going to be a lot of local flavor in the nation's capital as well. We get details from WBC's Laurie Kirby going. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will be taking part in the ceremonies. He is the future labor secretary under the new body and Harris administration. And brain and Harrington, The 13 year old boy from New Hampshire, who bonded with Joe Biden during the campaign is also a part of the ceremonies. The 13 year old introducing bottom during the celebrating America's special later tonight, Barrington invite him both stuttered as Children and connected several times during the campaign. Also, Amanda Gorman, the youngest inaugural poet and history, she's 22 graduated from Harvard University. She majored in sociology. She's also performed with the Boston Pops. Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston's news radio. All of what is about to happen in the nation's capital comes under the warnings of threats again against the Capitol building and in the middle of a pandemic and Corona viruses almost officially one year old here in the United States, and in that time 400,000 Americans are dead. ABC News correspondent Mark Rebel Lard reports 400,000 Dead Could film New York's Madison Square Garden 20 times over It's roughly the populations of cities like Tampa, Florida and Tulsa, Oklahoma. It's more than the number of U. S soldiers killed in World Wars one and two as well as the Vietnam War combined, and it comes just over a month since the U. S surpassed 300,000 dead. And in the end in New York City, where Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city is likely to run out of Corona virus vaccine doses, possibly As early as tomorrow. Researchers are working on a new covert smell test, which could detect early signs of the illness. Skeptics say it's unlikely to pass the smell test in a real world setting. Dr Anthony Fauci says he can see the light at the end of the cove in tunnel with hopes that the so called herd immunity can be reached. And some sense of normalcy can return. By this fall. Baseball is in the air in Worcester, the city is about to welcome. The minor league was two Red Sox to a brand spanking new stadium. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us when polar parked opens this spring. It'll be a little extra something on one of the rooftop. Harvard Pilgrim Health is sponsoring an urban garden called Wu Socks Farms, which will be located on the second deck of the third base Concourse. The regional Environmental council will be operating the farm, according to executive director Stephen Fisher. Legal carrots, tomatoes, eggplants peppers, the concession stand will sell some of the fruit and veggies grown at the urban garden, but most of the food will be distributed out into the commune. Today. Some of the food should be donated to area food pantries and food banks. The RTC runs mobile farmers market. Some of the food that's growing on side might be going out to move the mobile farmers we could program on the cliff WBZ Boston's news radio 908 off the Wall Street we go. Let's check the numbers just before the opening bell with Bloomberg. Here's Tom Busby shaping up to be a good day on Wall Street right now, Jeff Dow futures up 107 points. That's ahead of today's inauguration and expectations of more stimulus money blow out earnings this morning from Wall Street's Morgan Stanley Bank and UnitedHealth Group. Despite soaring costs associated with the pandemic and is a $15 an hour federal minimum wage too high with CEO of Wal Mart says it is he's rejecting calls from the incoming administration for that. $15 an hour wage, saying geographic differences and other factors have to be taken into account. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio departure and soon to be new arrival in the nation's capital Inauguration Day continues more details coming up. It's 9091 of the kids, no matter.
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"I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep. The Americans who speak it. Tomorrow's presidential inauguration include a poet, new presidents sometimes invite one John F. Kennedy invited Robert Frost. For example, in the blinding sun in 1961, the 86 year old Frost could not see the words of the special poem he had written for the occasion. So he abandoned that text and recited another poem. From memory. Joe Biden. The inaugural poet is 22. Amanda Gorman of Los Angeles is the former national youth poet laureate. One of her past poems in 2017 included the line Tyrants Fear the poet. Tomorrow, Gorman brings a new poem to the stage. And like Robert Frost, she might well change the words she plans to say In the past, she is sometimes tweaked to poem moments before reading it aloud. The reason Amanda Gorman has done that became clear as she spoke with us. I've been writing poetry ever since I can remember. I want to say probably four or five. It wasn't good at all. But I fell in love with it. And I think that passion was exacerbated by the fact that I had a speech impediment. So having an arena in which I could express my thoughts freely was just so liberating that I felt Head over heels. You know, when I was barely a toddler? What if I may ask? Was the speech impediment? Thank you for asking, because I don't think people get specific enough about it. You know, when I say I think people assume stutter s O, how mind manifested itself was I had difficulty pronouncing sort of letters in the alphabet. But I would overcome you know, sister or what? The hardest one that took me until I want to say I was 22 say would be the are sound so you know Saying things like poet Tween not really able to say the our sound and it took a really long time for me to get it. And now you some happy did you go through a period of avoiding the words that were hard to say? Oh, definitely. I think as a poet, you know, there's not only the ridden aspect of the art form, but there's also spoken word and I remember writing poems in which I would have to basically self edit and self police. You know, I don't want to say girls can change the world. But I cannot say many of the letters of that statement, so I'd say things like young woman. Can shake the globe's. I'd really have to be aware of the death of synonyms to use to express the same sentiment of thought, because many times I was trying to say what I really had intended to say I would be unintelligible. And and was it a conscious choice to become a performative poet to say I'm going to write poems that are suitable for public occasions and and say them in front of crowds? I'm not sure if it was so much a proactive choices kind of the answering of a calling it kind of just started happening more and more, You know, as they mentioned with the speech impediment. I am not expecting to be the public occasion Poet That is the last place. I am expecting anyone to want me. But as I continued to write and share my poetry and become brave enough to read at cafes and things like that I started getting invited to read at occasions and I would say yes. And you know I would be in the bathroom, scribbling five minutes before trying to figure out if I could say Earth or if I can say girl or if I could say poetry and you know, doing the best with the poem I could Joe Biden has been very public about the fact that he studied as a kid, and there's been some journalism, suggesting that he still struggles to keep down that stutter in that. That explains some of his public statements over time. What is it like Given your background to write for this particular president elect? Well, I think it's incredibly special and sentimental, not just for me but the entire country. I mean, I think obviously there's that connection with the speech impediment, which, for me is huge. There was also a deeper history city to this and that my Angelou was growing up as a child, and she grew up to deliver. On the inaugural column for President Bill Clinton. So I think there is a real history of orders who have had to struggle a type of imposed voiceless nous have that stage of the inauguration, So it's really special for me. But I think beyond that President elect Joe Biden is just so incredibly capable along with Vice President elect Kamala Harris, and they just symbolized. I think the best of my country so that in itself Beyond. I think even my own personal connection is enough to get me excited. You are being asked to say something profound. Had a profound occasion. There's been this divisive election There was the attack on the Capitol. There's the pandemic. We're just passing 400,000 dead in trying to speak to all of that. Where do you even begin? Right. It was really daunting to begin the poem because you don't even really know I think the entry point and was to step into the murk. And so for me with poems, I do the same thing that I always do. I'm a straight a student, so my homework and do my research. So I started with really steeping myself in the literature of inaugural poet and then also expanding my purview beyond that, So who are the writers and orders throughout history? Who I look up to who Speaking within a divided America but speak of Ah, United America. And so I was reading a lot of Frederick Douglass of Abraham Lincoln of modeling for King. Even a lot of Churchill as well and just Okay, I have this opportunity. What other ways in which the rhetoric has been used for good. And how can I use those states? Skills and instruments? Would you read us? Just a little bit of what you came up with. Sir s O. This is a verse towards the middle of the poem. We've seen a force that would shatter our nation rather than share it. Would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy in this effort, very nearly succeeded. But while democracy can be periodically delayed It can never be permanently defeated. In this truth in this faith we trust While we have our eyes on the future history has its eyes on us. Among other things, I'm just listening to all the R's in there and loving that how perfectly you said it. Oh, my God. Destroy is so hard for me to say it don't know why I put it in there. Well, Amanda Gorman. That's a beautiful sentiment and I look forward to hearing the rest of it..