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"amat r." Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Ballot for governor Sam greenglass WAB news And our senior education reporter Martha Dalton told us critics spoke out against those bills that governor Brian Kemp signed into law this week One of the laws Democrats took amat is a measure that banned schools from teaching divisive concepts One of the concepts they're supposed to avoid is teaching that the U.S. is fundamentally racist But Anthony downer who teaches American government at Douglas high school in Atlanta said he's not going to stop teaching that How are you going to teach three fifths compromise if you can not teach white supremacy And then the United States of races How can you not teach intersectionality when you have to teach about the lived experiences of people throughout history with different identities and different experiences Others criticized kempe for signing the bills and for scythe county where black residents were terrorized and forced out more than a hundred years ago Now 4% of precise population is black compared to 33% of the state Martha Dalton WAB news Well let's stay in the world of politics where Georgia's hot primaries are coming May 24th early voting starts on Monday by the way And maybe one of the biggest battles is in the Republican race for governor where incumbent Brian Kemp is facing former U.S. senator David perdue The two faced off in debates twice already in one week's time The latest was on Thursday on WTO CTV in Savannah And it was Purdue pushing the false narrative of a stolen 2020 election Again you have not fought for us You let them steal the election You won't own up to it Nobody this year has been prosecuted by what they did in 2020 And that's what people are upset about That's how you've divided the party Look the problem here right now is that people have lost confidence in you and confidence in the voting system Lower to mercy There's a lot of spaghetti being thrown on the wall Again you're completely false there's been plenty of investigations The GBI's investigated the FBI's investigated I have investigated the stuff in my own office The two will face off again on Sunday as will several other candidates in other debates hosted by the Atlanta press club WAB will be there and we'll have it all for you on Monday morning So as we've said less than a month out from the primary And if you want to know where this campaign stands you don't have to look much farther than TV ads Here's Sam greenglass again and Raoul valley with axios reporter Emma hurt talking about the gubernatorial race On WAB east Georgia votes 2022 podcast Illegal splitting our border Skyrocketing gas prices Former U.S. senator David perdue is trailing governor Brian Kemp and the GOP primary for governor and in this final stretch he's going all in on the claim at the heart of.
"amat r." Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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Arbery’s shooter withdraws guilty plea on hate crime charge
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All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting all three men charged in amat R. breeze death are convicted of murder the three white men charged in the death of Ahmad Arbury outside the Georgia port city of Brunswick were convicted of murder Wednesday you have heard the verdicts read where these your verdicts then and are these your verdicts now yes I sound courtesy of court TV your respond regnant Michael his son Travis McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian guilty after about ten hours of deliberation the McMichael's grab guns and pursued the twenty five year old armory in their pickup as he ran through their neighborhood in February twenty twenty Brian joined the pursuit in his pickup and on cellphone video recorded Travis McMichael fatally shooting armory the men face minimum sentences of life in prison and it will be up to Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley whether the sentences come with or without the possibility of parole hi Mike Rossi up
Judge declines to change racial makeup of jury in Arbery's death
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a judge won't change the racial makeup of the jury of the Ahmad Arbury slaying the judge in the trial of three white men charged with the murder of amat R. brewery in Glynn county Georgia in February twenty twenty declines to override decisions in jury selection which was completed Wednesday Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley declined to override decisions that left just one black juror on the final twelve person panel though he agreed with prosecutors that there appears to be intentional discrimination Wellesley said he was limited because defense attorneys gave nonracial reasons for their decisions Greg McMichael his adult son Travis but Michael and a neighbor William Roddy Brian are charged with murder and other crimes in the twenty five year old armories death the judge said the jury along with four alternates will be seated and sworn in Friday hi
"amat r." Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Total of 684. 581 Kentucky Inns remained hospitalized with the virus. Covert 19 maybe more widespread in Louisville than previously thought. A new University of Louisville studies suggest that as many as 20,000 residents may have been exposed to the virus. My pole Miles. CBS News update. President Trump has announced that he has scrubbed his plan to Republican National Convention scheduled for Jacksonville, Florida next month. I looked at my team and I said The timing for this event is not right. Just not right with what's happened. Recently, the flare up in Florida. His formal renomination, though, will still go forward in North Carolina on August 20 for the delegates air going to North Carolina and they'll be doing the nomination. Mr. Trump spoke about schools opening in the fall when it comes to the virus, all families. Should be empowered to make the decision. That is right for their own circumstance. This is especially important if a child has underlying health conditions, our lives with a parent or grand parent who's at higher risk. He also announced that his administration is asking Congress to provide $105 billion as part of the next Corona virus relief bill. CBS News update. Amat Piper This's use radio wait 40. W h Yes, available everywhere with the I. Heart radio and now number one for podcasting. News radio Wait 40 W..
"amat r." Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Toll is bound to go up in coming weeks. It currently stands at 677. Mr also had good news and bad news about Kentucky's economy actually believe that I will end the first fiscal year that I've been governor without a shortfall. Whatsoever, he says. That means no budget cuts to education, health or public safety. But that was the fiscal year that's ending this current fiscal year that we're facing does look to be As dire or likely as dire as what we believed it would be without federal assistance, he says. Kentucky will be looking at one of the largest budget cuts in our history that Suzanne do ball reporting. Fine bowl miles. CBS News UPDATES President Trump now says it was probably young people crowding bars and beaches some two months ago over Memorial Day that led to a spike in Corona virus cases nationwide. Even so, he says, the country is getting a handle on it are nationwide positive test rate is beginning to decline and is currently at 8.8%. Compared to over 16% at its peak in April. Coming down coming down fairly rapidly. Whitehouse Corona Virus advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci said on CNBC that it is unlikely Koven, 19 will ever be eradicated. The reason I say that Is that it is so efficient in its ability to transmit from human to human. Mr. Trump says he is okay with sending his son Baron back to school as well as his grandchildren. I am comfortable with it. He argues that schools should be open despite concerns from many that it could lead to more Corona virus infections. CBS News update. Amat Piper This's use radio.
"amat r." Discussed on KGO 810
"Go special reports corona virus update social distancing efforts over the Memorial Day weekend varied from state to state and venue to venue posted to social media promoting you at lake of the Ozarks are a large crowd of people drinking and partying in the pool party goers said temperatures won't take in before entering in hand sanitizer was passed out but social distancing tough to pull off in Houston similar reports it just on social media a lot of people clustering together no social distancing nobody wearing a mask the city's mayor Sylvester Turner announcing over the weekend the restrictions would strictly be enforced officials nationwide now pleading for compliance and an effort to avoid a second wave I'm Clayton Neville for the first time in two months the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange reopens today trading went fully electronic for a while after two people there tested positive for corona virus I'm John trout Patrick Ewing son says the Georgetown basketball coach and former NBA great has been released from the hospital and is recovering from cove it nineteen at home the department of justice wants to know if the shooting death in the south was racially motivated correspondent bill Michaels is following that story Lee Merritt an attorney for the family of amat R. brie told CNN on Monday that the U. S. department of justice is investigating the shooting death as a hate crime armory was fatally shot February twenty third what a white father and son pursue the twenty five year old black man after spotting him running in their subdivision near Brunswick Georgia stormy weather is threatening to delay space axes the first astronauts launch a space X. rocket is scheduled to blast off tomorrow afternoon from Florida carrying a dragon capsule and two astronauts bound for the international space station lift off scheduled for four thirty PM eastern I'm John trout right now home sweet home is never been sweeter our homes are more.
"amat r." Discussed on WSB-AM
"Arrest in connection with that murder of an unarmed black man in Brunswick William Robbie Bryant is the man whose video of the February twenty third shooting amat R. broke the case open Brian planes he's just a witness and without as video of the shooting there will be no case against murder suspects Reagan Travis with Michael but in a news conference her life here in W. S. B. G. B. I. director Vic Reynolds disputes that claim if we believe he was a witness we would arrest him com county district attorney Joe at homes who is prosecuting the case is talking about the possibility of moving the trial out of Brunswick early in the process to discuss the venue change now and ask if there could be more arrests in the case Reynolds did not rule it out but says he is confident that they've arrested everyone who needs to be charged continue our team coverage now the corona virus pandemic here in Georgia state Rangers will be monitoring crowd sizes at Georgia parks and waterways over this holiday weekend some of these are off limits our playground splash splash pads and swimming pools will remain closed DNR commissioner Mark Williams says if there are too many people to socially distance admission will be suspended until that number comes down and this is don't Friday the Friday before Memorial Day the American cancer society urging you to get screened for skin cancer protect yourself from those harmful rays but during this corona virus pandemic folks are not getting screened Laura Meckler off with the cancer society tells me but we're concerned about some of the return to screening in a return to preventive care and want to be able to help people do that in the safe way almost five point five million new cases of skin cancer diagnosed each year and get this more than two people died of skin cancer in the United States every hour as we.
"amat r." Discussed on AP News
"Amat R. berry the victim when the criminals remain Williams Ryan's Gregory make Michael Travis McMichael two of the men have been charged any gland has died at the age of one hundred she was the widow of astronaut John Glenn she contracted cope with nineteen any Glenn was well known for helping others overcome speech impediments which she also experienced hi Jackie Quinn APNews APNews I'm Jackie Quinn the department of homeland security is extending its ban on asylum seekers and anyone trying to enter the U. S. without authorization the department says the pandemic makes it too dangerous to hold people in detention members of the Senate banking committee were critical of the administration's response to small businesses choked by the new virus senator Elizabeth Warren had harsh words for treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin for not forcing companies receiving federal aid to keep workers on the payroll as planned you're in charge of half a trillion dollars you're boosting your Wall Street and you are leasing well behind president trump again defended his use of hydroxy chloride Quinn to protect against Kobe nineteen while disputing a study of veterans who died or had ill effects after getting the medication people that were in very bad shape they were a very old almost dead it was a truck enemy statement in San Diego California commissioner say that they're hoping to skip some of the steps of the government's phase to re opening Florida's governor is denying allegations by a health department data expert who alleged that the state is downplaying the number of coronavirus infections I can tell you our dashboard it's been recognized nationally doctor Burks has praised it multiple times it's a heck of a tool just as we're very transparent with this Missouri has resumed executions Walter Barton was put to death by lethal injection in the fatal stabbing of an eighty one year old woman nearly three decades ago flooding has forced the opening of evacuation shelters in Michigan in the Midland area it's time for the traditional summer getaway but gasbuddy dot com's Patrick DeHaan says the virus could change things a lot of motorists haven't really completely ruled out if they're going to hit the road this summer eighteen percent of respondents said there will be no road trips this is ABC news one silver lining in the corona virus pandemic levels of carbon pollution fell around the world an international team of scientists found that at the peak of lockdown in April carbon dioxide pollution levels globally dropped about seventeen percent but they're heading back up in the end of April and into may for the year the sinus figure it'll be about four to seven percent less than last year that's the biggest drop since World War two but the same scientists say this is like a drop in the bucket with carbon dioxide pollution which stays in the atmosphere I'm Seth Borenstein the federal judge's order Texas to allow any of the state sixteen million voters to cast their ballots by mail if they're concerned about the corona virus that ruling paves the way for what would be one of the most dramatic expansions of mail in voting in the United States hi Jackie Quinn APNews hi Mike Crossey a reporting the world's biggest maker of health care products is ending sales of its talcum based baby powder in the U. S. and Canada Johnson and Johnson will no longer sell its iconic talc based the Johnson's baby powder in the U. S. and Canada demand for the product in both countries has fallen sharply amid thousands of lawsuits claiming the talc based powder caused ovarian cancer through use for feminine hygiene or mesothelioma a cancer that strikes the logs and other organs in a statement Johnson and Johnson said demand for the talc based powder declined in North America due in large part to changes in consumer habits and fueled by misinformation about the safety of the product the company maintains the overwhelming majority of medical research indicates talc baby powder is safe and doesn't cause cancer hi Mike Rossio thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that you.
"amat r." Discussed on WSB-AM
"Ninety five point five W. S. B. and more the Brunswick story a caravan to the coast tomorrow in memory of Amman Arbor saying they're not satisfied supporters of amat R. brie will caravan from Atlanta to Brunswick for a rally at the Glynn county courthouse Saturday attorney Miguel Dominguez says they want the first two prosecutors assigned to the case to resign we are not intending to leave behind all of the citizens of Brunswick who still have to live in fear they're upset at the apparent lack of action by district attorneys in Brunswick and Waycross immediately after the operation ng bill client you go ninety five point five W. S. B. top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B. depend on it I'm Jeannie Dupri in Washington announcing a new plan to quickly produce a corona virus vaccine it's called operation warp speed president trump says the U. S. cannot wait for others to find a cure again would love to see if we could do it prior to the end of the year the president today again urging states to re open for business that's why I think the school should be back in the fall I think that lots of things should happen the new effort came as the U. S. death toll from the virus went over eighty six thousand Americans governor camp today's been in hall county among other things touring a poultry processing plant in Gainesville hall is the hardest hit per capita by covert nineteen of any in Georgia delta's Atlanta based employees pulling together for some spring cleaning at least three hundred workers from across the company coming together this week to give a portion of the airline's parked please a technical deep clean explains BP Sri seventh literally the think about a deep cleaning our.
"amat r." Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The interviews that you had earlier you spoke about the officer yesterday but I will say this unfortunately politics start at the top you got to both people in together both people out that's just the way it goes I don't agree with the governor but if like I said I used to be in law enforcement yeah if I have to do my job it's handed down to me to do my job okay people are going to have to recognize that when they're right start or stop dodging constitutionally there they're gonna have to do that yeah I mean that's all I get sick when when you're under somebody else it doesn't matter if you agree with them or disagree with them you do your job that's why we have a president that we don't why because people don't like it some people do that's just the way it is what I apps absolutely that's what I would rather happen running you can tell me whether you agree or not and I do agree with what you said by the way I think that you know if I'd rather have somebody file a lawsuit and not put people's lives at risk then for people to disobey what the governor says open up their stores or shops or whatever not practice social distancing and put people at risk I would rather use the court systems for that let a judge decide rather than you be the person that makes those decisions or police officer make those decisions when you're not a doctor scientist yes I do by I think we lost around much for Obama I will reject it absolutely I would venture without awareness rubble in run it's good to hear from my friend I do appreciate that here's what we're gonna do we're gonna take a quick break and when we come back and update on the amat R. briefcase the latest and listen to this but the clans have hired attorneys to different ones and they're speaking out we'll be back in sixty seconds take a quick break be back right after this it's the biggest day on one a one point five FM seven twenty AM right now today lows is open open to build open to reassure open to provide the help support and supplies that keep our homes working open to the idea that.
Man who recorded video of Ahmaud Arbery's death gives strange interview alongside lawyer on CNN's Cuomo Prime Time
"Chris Cuomo last night if you're watching CNN you know the story in Georgia it's a horrible situation this poor kid amat R. break gunned down shot and killed by two clan members from what I like to call them to make plans so the guy that actually video of this he's now under investigation the question is why was he also chasing this man why did the video it so I think those are fair questions so he and his attorney did an interview with Cuomo and I gotta say these two people at the particularly his attorney seem to be one of the dumbest attorneys I've ever heard in my life this is Chris Cuomo asking Brian about his possible relationship with the McMichael's listen to this hi Mister Brian you are known as radi to friends correct that's right and in the police report the McMichael's referred to a radi I'm assuming that was you yes okay not Chris even a prosecutor and you can imagine that this prosecutor that's it in this case twenty four hours she gonna start throwing stuff around our living room if you start doing her job for okay because as good as you are she probably rather do it yourself you eat you eat do you know the group what we could talk about without causing problems for anybody and I know you're trying but this man cannot be answering substantive questions about the case
"amat r." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Million people could lose their employer based coverage federal prosecutors are exploring the possibility of hate crime charges in the February murder in Georgia of Ahmad armory here CBS news correspondent Omar via Franco the state of Georgia is one of several states in the United States that does not have hate crime laws on the books they were struck down by the way they were worded the family of amat R. breed has been asking the department of justice to step in and have some sort of role in that civil department justice announcing that they are looking at the possibility of federal hate crimes the armory family has told me they are happy with that and some of the attorneys for the family a white father and son have been charged with the murder on Wall Street the ballad lost one hundred nine points on the Nikkei it's down seventy this is CBS news the weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes it's twelve oh three busy night right now downtown ninety three south near slowing down for the right lane closure lever connector all the way to the o'neill tunnel exit twenty four to Callahan and government centers close leverage south to ninety three south also close on the airport tunnels the right lane is closed in the summer tunnel then the ramp to star drivers block Ted Williams tunnel east and west both down a lane both moving reasonably well the moral drive eastbound side is fully closed for paving at mass have follow the detour Tobin bridge inbound down two lanes are moving slowly north of the city ninety three south bound has two left lanes closed my mind fail lab with a brief delay for ninety five south close it works owned by Boston road in Westford you're okay on route three and on one twenty eight south of the city expressway two right lanes taken east Milton square that's both north and southbound no major delay then ninety three south has a full closure before route twenty eight follow the detour twenty four north binding a slowdown for work by route forty four in random then the ramp to ninety three south is closed and route three north bound watch for a set up by route one thirty nine west of the city on the pike the westbound side no trouble passing a construction zone in Newton corner but then you will slow down as you pass work by the western state police barracks pike east more work crew delays before four ninety five in Westborough route to delays east and west bound by route one.
"amat r." Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"To pull the company's operations out of California and moved to Texas or Nevada over continued coronavirus restrictions musk is suing the Alameda county health department officials overstepped federal and state coronavirus rules by stopping Tesla's electric vehicle production stable from the county health department says we look forward to coming to an agreement on an appropriate safety plan very soon the last thing I want them to see them do is leave the county supervisor Scott Haggerty the investigation continues into the shooting death of an unarmed black jogger in Georgia allegedly by a white father and son the closer look at the events leading up to the moment twenty five year old amat R. berry was shot and killed in the middle of a south Georgia St Gregory in Travis make Michael a former cop and his son have now been charged with felony murder but that afternoon wasn't the first time Travis big Michael when after an unknown black men in their mostly white neighborhood according to police reports on February eleventh about two weeks before the shooting Travis called police to report a black man in a house nearby under construction he chased him ABC Zachary quiche music fans mourning the loss of Little Richard the self proclaimed architect of rock and roll died Saturday he was known for its perfectly coiffed hair full face of makeup and piano pounding hits such as tutti frutti Little Richard was eighty seven years old this is ABC news crisis or opportunity you get to decide thousands are losing jobs but could you turn this crisis into a better life and do it all.
"amat r." Discussed on KOMO
"Four hour news from ABC news I'm Derek Dennis serious precautions being taken at the White House after two staffers with access to president trump tested positive for covert nineteen on top of daily testing three coronavirus task force members are quarantining infectious disease scientist Dr Anthony Fauci tells ABC news that he is not doing a full quarantine like CDC director Robert Redfield an FDA commissioner Steven Hahn who planned to self quarantine for fourteen days sources tell ABC news the couch he is still expected to show up at the Senate for his testimony Tuesday Redfield an honor expected to appear by video A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson former president Obama recorded making a rare rebuke of the trump administration over its coronavirus response and the recent dismissal of charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn during a call with thousands of former staffers and officials that was leaked Obama also taking aim at the justice department's unusual move to drop the criminal case against fired national security adviser Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI there is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who's been charged with perjury just get off Scot free you begin the our basic understanding of the rule of law is is a risk he B. C.'s Andrew timber investigation continues into the shooting death of an unarmed black a jogger in Georgia allegedly by a white father and son a closer look at the events leading up to the moment twenty five year old amat R. berry was shot and killed in the middle of a self Georges St Gregory in Travis make Michael a former cop and his son have now been charged with felony murder but that afternoon wasn't the first time Travis pick Michael when after an unknown black men in their mostly white neighborhood according to police reports on February eleventh about two weeks before the shooting Travis called police to report a black man in a house nearby under construction he chased him ABC's Acree quiche you're listening to ABC news these are unprecedented times which are causing.
"amat r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"From ABC news I'm Derek Dennis serious precautions being taken at the White House after two staffers with access to president trump tested positive for covert nineteen on top of daily testing three coronavirus task force members are quarantining infectious disease scientist Dr Anthony Fauci tells ABC news that he is not doing a full quarantine like CDC director Robert Redfield an FDA commissioner Steven Hahn who planned to self quarantine for fourteen days sources tell ABC news that found she is still expected to show up at the Senate for his testimony Tuesday Redfield an honor expected to appear by video A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson former president Obama recorded making a rare rebuke of the trump administration over its coronavirus response and the recent dismissal of charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn during a call with thousands of former staffers and officials that was leaked Obama also taking aim at the justice department's unusual move to drop the criminal case against fired national security adviser Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI there is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who's been charged with perjury just get off Scot free you begin the our basic understanding of the rule of law is is a risk ABC's Andrew timbered investigation continues into the shooting death of an unarmed black a jogger in Georgia allegedly by a white father and son a closer look at the events leading up to the moment twenty five year old amat R. berry was shot and killed in the middle of a self Georges St Gregory in Travis make Michael a former cop and his son have now been charged with felony murder but that afternoon wasn't the first time Travis pick Michael when after an unknown black men in their mostly white neighborhood according to police reports on February eleventh about two weeks before the shooting Travis called police to report a black man in a house nearby under construction he chased him ABC's Acree quiche you're listening to ABC news.
"amat r." Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Recent dismissal charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn during a call with thousands of former staffers and officials that was leaked Obama also taking aim at the justice department on usual moved to drop the criminal case against fired national security adviser Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI there is no precedent you can find for someone who's been charged with perjury just get off Scot free you begin the our basic understanding of of the rule of law is is a risk ABC's Andrew Kimber investigation continues into the shooting death of an unarmed black a jogger in Georgia allegedly by a white father and son and closer look at the events leading up to the moment twenty five year old amat R. berry was shot and killed in the middle of a south Georgia St Gregory in Travis make Michael a former cop and his son have now been charged with felony murder but that afternoon wasn't the first time Travis pick Michael when after an unknown black man in there mostly white neighborhood according to police reports on February eleventh about two weeks before the shooting Travis called police to report a black man in a house nearby under construction he just the novel coronavirus is killed more than seventy five thousand people in the U. S. the nation passing the solemn benchmark as forty states gradually begin to re open New York continues to be America's biggest hotspot with one out of three deaths New York City now expanding antibody testing mayor de Blasio says New York City is teaming up with bio reference labs to give a hundred and seventy thousand new Yorkers coronavirus antibody test this is in addition to the hundred and seventy thousand already being given to first responders and healthcare workers you.
"amat r." Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Fifteen a man jogging for a Georgia neighborhood into February with mistaken for a burglar and then chase down to his death months later sixty four year old Gregory make Michael in his thirty four year old son Travis are facing murder charges those charges only came after twenty five year old amat R. Mary's family pushed for an investigation saying this modern day lynching was ignored by the law because of the elder McMichael's relationship with law enforcement Gregory like Michael the father used to work in county law enforcement and that slowed the investigation to current prosecutors recused themselves from the case one of them in this letter shared that he'd seen the video and did not see grounds for an arrest saying that our brief initiated the fight and under Georgia law on the Michael was allowed to use deadly force to protect himself ABC Steve Austin Austin Austin Sami reporting graduating UW Madison students will sit for a laptop instead of on the field at camp Randall stadium tomorrow the pandemic forcing the university to come up with alternative commencement plans that include the thirty four minute video that grants can watch wherever they are it also includes pre recorded speech is done in a sanitized Bascom hall by chancellor Rebecca blank another by bestselling author James Patterson who does his from his kitchen school leaders admit it's no replacement for a traditional ceremony this he would do an in person event when it's safe to hold one eighty five hundred students are set to receive their diplomas coming up on eight or nine this report sponsored by weniger compressor ready to service any facility twenty four seven pressure's off dot biz also if you're using that wash your hands they have been built by Bradley in Menomonee falls in fact they designed many things you see in public restrooms across the country it takes two huge air compressors at Bradley to keep up with that high manufacturing demand that's why they rely on what your compressor to keep them maintained at.
"amat r." Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
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"amat r." Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
"Mission and this healing space where I shine a light of hope into the back to. Let's go so in terms of what a session of mine looks like clients. Come in do a really in depth kind of deep dive into their health history which will also involve things like talking about how they felt about their first period. Not just when they got it or how is their relationship with their parents. Did they have any that any stressors in their child that they acknowledge? What kind of paints have they've been feeling throughout their life? Not just what they're coming to see me for and so we get a really really good look at how this being has been moving through the world as a whole right and then my clients are pretty much my I keep my clients closed. I will occasionally do something like on. The more traditional side is again. They're nervous system is just not up for deep dive. Dig around. Let's make corrections work that day. 'cause that's justice healing. You do still need that. Just time to calm down and come back in really feel what's happening in ourselves and the majority of my work though tends to be clients clothes. We do a lot of muscle. Testing were a lot on the energetic plane in In terms of finding what is the body prioritizing as the most necessary thing for us to address I and sometimes that structural oftentimes it's limbic or safety related and so we do that through the muscle testing. I use a combination of motion code us. Some shadow work. Some inner child work all of these more in the form of guided meditations than than the type of work that aid psychotherapist to do. Because I am not a psychotherapist. We and also dismay own natural energy work and will also kind of work together to when we found patterns like saving come across a Limbic Association. That's related to how they handle conflict so we'll talk about. How are you handling conflict? Do you like the way you handle. Conflict okay. What are your options? The next time you get in an argument with someone or someone comes at you with something in start to build in really empower equal to not only allow their subconscious. Mind to release these patterns but to actively take part in moving forward and transforming that pattern as you move forward in life is getting rid of the old patterns is GonNa make moving forward much much easier. You still have to take steps to move forward. Oh my gosh I instantly thought of just part of my journey west creating new habits and it was. It was a conscious effort to create new habits in respond too. Well even to respond to buddies stations that were arising when a panic attack or panic symptoms would start to arise and how I would approach those sations In chant did changed You know brain plasticity The way the neuron pathways or firing off in my brain and yeah. Yeah Yeah. That's really that's really. My job is to make that process. Easier than weakening address the underlying has event that your body so research Recurrently happening then you can then those sensations of those body memories. Those body flashbacks the sensory flashbacks. Like I like to think of them. They actually can disappear and make it a lot easier instead of okay. I have to hand mobile visiting the pack. Putting in my body right now and you'll actively choose to move forward and do something different. You can take one element away. Choosing a new path in creating a new. Neural connection is significantly easier and then on top of that when you add in the actual When it's indicated hands on work we can oftentimes boost that even further The main the main modalities that I use. In the physical realm are spontaneous muscle. Release Techni smart for short and the techniques of my abdominal therapy. And so smart is more of a way of thinking about how to do bodywork than it is a true modality. Smart is more like Ah Concept around how we approach the body instead of a tree modality which is one of the amazing things about it. The official line is that it's a positional release modality and that's orthopedic Ace and basically what that means is that we move the tissues into the pattern that they are already wanting to go a very small in gentle way so what that does is it allows your mind body to draw it draws attention from your mind body in a way that isn't otherwise possible with the louder and it then left the mind body decide in this organization appropriate or time we organize ourselves so instead of me going. That doesn't look right. Let me put that over here. The body gets to decide the by gets to decide safe enough to do that. I mean isn't that gives us a clue that there something else underneath going on and we either follow that spread through the body or we need to book on a different plane of human being and with our nego. That's oh about the domino pelvic area and so it's really really great techniques for lifting centering the uterus so making sure the seat of all creation is nice and centered and therefore everything flows around it. Increasing walk through the pelvic include increasing. Nervous connection and Ramona flow and energy flow is making sure that everything's really in sync with itself and I think the best thing about that hand. One modality is the fact that I teach to my plants can be able to do for themselves every day at home and so it really helps to create a sense of reconnection with your own body and being able to an and it creates a ritual for clients around being able to self honor essentially as well as physical has the have the physical facts of the visceral manipulation. Not at offers. Yeah no it. It's just beautiful beautiful tool on multiple levels so combining all of these things together has had just tremendous facts for my clients in terms of eliminating all pain with sex eliminating the life weird awkward awful flashbacks that can come with all of those sensation It's how people move through anxiety in parts of their depression and just really open up into new spaces of being Where many of my clients to come to me and I just thought they were never going to be there again. Like they were never going to feel whole again. They were never going to feel like human beings and it's it's been really really gratifying to watch people bloom from from where they were. They'd start to where they get to and and just really great part of their journey. So yes well lasagna. They're very grateful for you to to help them be back in their body. That's huge Said so I love it so I'm going to make a left turn here because when I started the podcast in twenty twenty I decided I wanted to do just some fun questions to throw guests so i. I made a list of fifty podcasts questions. And I'm going to throw one at you if you let me. Just pick a number one to fifty law. Thirty seven hard question. Oh this is going number thirty. Seven is name your favorite addiction. Oh Goodness Bucks. I can't I can't watch him feel bookstore and leave napping I have yet to manage it in my my twenty seven years of life. Yeah I would say earlier except for I. I couldn't read earlier than that so it doesn't go telling you I get high off the smell of a bookstore so we want by one eight just have to open the door just to go in for seconds and yeah I I. Can't I have to just avoid them entirely because otherwise it's like Oh okay I came to look around and see what I have five new under. Oh my God that's awesome. Well good well. Thank you for answering my by random question. I like to rent them so anything else that you wanted to to talk about. It's nothing else I I would love to for people to take away that you already have the power inside of you to be able to look at yourself and to be able to look at your patterns and be able to empower yourself to move forward and that you don't have to settle for I guess this is as good as it got some good enough and it's fine finest living being here does not mean that you have to settle for that you can move forward and you empower yourself to do that and whether you and if you feel comfortable enough.