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"aubrey davis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey davis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Cloudy and cool tonight. Partly sunny and warmer tomorrow. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending at 6 30 It may have been the drugs in the car when a state trooper trying to stop Aubrey Davis and Sydney Allen of Clarksville, Tennessee, on I 69 south of Bloomington Wednesday. They spit up from 100 miles per hour to 1 40 The couple exited into blowing him, says Sergeant. Her journal Trooper deal felt like it wasn't worth the risk and terminating pursuit. Another trooper called up within north of town when they crashed through a cattle gate. Cocaine. Cash scales, pills and blunts were found in the car. Not much movement in the Corona virus relief talks in Washington. And Foxes CAD program reports. Each side is daring the other to walk away from Capitol Hill hundreds of billions of dollars, if not trillions of dollars apart. Many Senate Republicans doubt there will even be in accord senators now going for the week but back on Monday as Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell is postponing the August recess. It's unclear what that could achieve. McConnell's not even in the negotiations, and McConnell tells Fox, he has 15 to 20 Republicans who won't vote for any new bill because they fear additional debt. If there's no deal, the Trump administration could make an end run around Congress that would involve reprogramming about $140 billion an unused corona virus, money and disaster aid, diverting it to pandemic relief. Democrats are doubtful the administration could do that since Congress controls the purse strings on Capitol Hill Chad program. Fox News High School Football kicks off two weeks from tomorrow, but you'll face restrictions if you're attending any high school fall sports event. The Indiana High School Athletic Association says bleachers will be limited to 50% of capacity or a maximum of 250 people..

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey davis" Discussed on Forever35

"Right? Yes I mentioned her at the beginning of. The conversation. Yeah. Her instagram is great, and she currently has a highlight of a ton of like beauty businesses clothing businesses. And some other some other companies, so yes. I just sort of scratching the surface here and I'd love to hear if listeners have favorite black owned beauty and wellness businesses and I love to. Buy from them and mentioned them on the podcast. Sort of along. Those lines were also curious about who your favorite black influencers podcasters. In this space are we want to? Talk to them. We want to elevate their voices. and. Yeah. We'd just love to hear who you all are following listening to reading, etc.. Yeah and you know we had gone back and forth on whether or not we should do intention to at the end of this episode. And what it would even be but I think. That this is an intention for us that is. Lifelong story like. This con- This is a permanent intention that we are. A focused on and Determined to do the work and. Stick with it. Yeah. All right well, let's take a short break and then I'm so. I'm excited that we're re airing this interview. With Joma, it is really it's like one of the interviews that is like really really stuck with me since we did it. Yes, and if you have not yet. Read so you WanNa talk about race. Please please please pick it up and read it frontier back. It's fantastic. It's so good. Okay, we'll be right back. Our guest today is each Joma. Welcome Joma. Hi Hi. We're so glad to have you. Here Joma. allu- is Seattle based writer. And Internet yeller her work on social issues, such as race gender has been published in the Guardian. The Stranger Washington Post Elle magazine NBC, News and more and Her New York Times bestselling first book, so you want to talk about race was released in January two, thousand, eighteen with seal press. Jomo was named one of the most influential people in Seattle by sail magazine. One of the fifty most influential women in Seattle by Seattle met one of the roots hundred most influential Americans twenty, seventeen and twenty eighteen, and is the recipient recipient of the feminist humanist award, two thousand eighteen by the American Humanist Association the Media Justice Award by the Gender Justice League, and the two thousand Eighteen Aubrey Davis. Visionary Leadership Award by the Equal Opportunity Institute. and. We are so excited to have her here to talk about her book and about Self Care. And Yeah so let's let's get into. It Ah, can we start Each Other? Just for listeners who aren't familiar with your book? Can you enduring I both read it? Can you tell us? Kind of tell us generally about what it is, and also kind of what your experience has been since publishing it. Obviously, it's a New York Times bestseller, which is amazing and I'd love to hear just kind of what it has been like since it came out for you. Sure. The book is called They WanNa talk about race. So it's it's. It's pretty self explanatory. kind of a guidebook on helping with your conversations on issues of race racism in America, it's really designed to kind of help. People get past some of the stumbling blocks that frequently do conversations on race. For your everyday life in work. At home in your community to really get past those initial conflicts, and to really funny areas for Change, so each chapter headed tackles issues or questions, people kind of stumble upon regularly when talking about issues of race. The book came out in January of last year. And it's been amazing. It's been really well received. It's been used in colleges all across the country work shops across the country. It's been amazing to hear from people about the difference. It's made in their wife and it's definitely a book that keeps going. It's been interesting to watch. Steady use and You know over the last two years now and to see still be relevant and something that people are still recommending to each other and to see it really improving not only relationships, but. In actual situations that are impacting people of color across the country in even outside of the United States. And we should say that it came out in the paperback edition in September. And you, you wrote a new introduction for the paperback which I thought was. A preface for the paperback that I thought was interesting Were you kind of talk about some of the I guess some of the things that you sort of wish you'd discussed in the original edition Can you talk about a little bit about how? You came to those realizations I guess. Certainly I. Mean I think this is something that faces. Every writer is. The things you right stay static, even the rhetoric grow and change. and. Often we grow and change because of what we right and so writing a book on recently first book. In the process of talking about the book and traveling in hearing from people. Added to what I felt like I wish I had this, you know. I wish I could have included this. It changed. It added nuance to my own ideas of what I'd written and seeing use also showed some areas where I could have done more. Or better and I think any writer always thinks they could do more on I. Think any topic we write about. We could write multiple books about but..

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey davis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"They don't normally export from Mexico and then have the labels in Spanish that spokesman Reuben the hard again he says that the bottles lacked any safety seal that's what tipped them off as well turned out to be filled with water everything sees the driver was arrested for violating the import export laws for Tammy is the national cemetery is operating under new guidelines director Aubrey Davis says that the funeral parlors are delivering remains to the cemetery which will then complete the interment and effort to slow the spread across the virus though they'll be no military burial honors or any large committal services at veterans funerals until further notice L. hoarders have strip store shelves bare of things like toilet paper and flush retailers scrambling to meet demand old John Esparza happens the head that Texas trucking association he says this is not unlike a natural disaster for which they are prepared this one caught him off guard but many of the actors that we've seen over the course of the last ten years or so and compared us for this type of servers he says the trucking industry is responding to the need but it's gonna take time to balance this all out well Google's corona virus testing website is hooked up we need a young with Bloomberg has today's infocus report website built for scheduling coronavirus screenings booked every opening during its first full day of operation people with symptoms and without symptoms are all wanting to know whether or not they posed a threat to their loved ones Alexander director is talking about verily a health care unit elf Google parent alphabet the reader is co founder and CTO of ink his team helps companies rank their content on Google he says the bottleneck in scheduling corona virus testing has little to do with the site itself it's more of the real world coordination between the different locations there we just don't and their capacity and making sure all of that is synchronized to resistance testing websites can help stop the corona virus scan bottleneck if there's a real opportunity for Google and other tech companies to begin creating.

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey davis" Discussed on KCRW

"In the United States will have more on morning edition from NPR news so how does the virus affect the political debate I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep president trump's swings between saying he's on it and talking of a hoax Michael Bloomberg's campaign message says he would manage the crisis competently also could a third Israeli election come out differently than the last two and why is Turkey letting more refugees into neighboring Greece it is Monday March second this day in eighteen seventy seven Rutherford B. Hayes was declared the winner of a presidential election even though his rival had won the popular vote the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the Supreme Court will hear a case that challenges the constitutionality of the affordable Care Act it's an appeal from twenty democratically led states the object to a lower court's ruling that the individual mandate requirement of the affordable Care Act is unconstitutional only nine days after it started a Taliban troops in Afghanistan appears to be over as the Taliban say they will order their fighters to resume attacks they're demanding that thousands of Taliban prisoners be released a demand Afghanistan's government does not want to meet the Afghan government did not participate in the U. S. Taliban peace talks Jennifer glasse reports from Kabul the order from the Taliban's military commission could end the quietest period Afghanistan has seen in years during a week long reduction in violence leading up to the signing of Saturday's agreement civilian and military casualties have slowed to a trickle but now the Taliban are telling their fighters they can attack Afghan forces but not international troops for now Jennifer glasse reporting a patient released from isolation in a San Antonio hospital over the weekend has again tested positive for the new coronavirus Texas public radio's body Petri tells us the patient has been taken back into quarantine but local elected officials are furious the patient is an evacuee from Wuhan China who was infected with the disease early in the quarantine at Lackland Air Force base since then the traveler's been in the hospital CDC says they fully recovered and tested negative for the virus twice twenty four hours apart so CDC let them go then another test came back it was positive CDC has put the patient back in isolation and admits they interacted with an unknown number of people CDC and the San Antonio health department are trying to figure out who those people are so they can notify them San Antonio mayor Ron Nirenberg calls this breach unacceptable I'm body Petri in San Antonio Jack Welch the larger than life corporate executive who led General Electric for two decades has died and Pierre Scott Horsley reports Welch died Sunday at the age of eighty four before his retirement fortune magazine named Jack Welch the manager of the century in the two decades he ran General Electric the company's market value jumped more than thirty fold Welsh aggressively bought and sold divisions insisting G. rank near the top of any business in which it operated he was equally ruthless with employees cutting a quarter of GE's workforce in his first five years as CEO earning another title neutron Jack Welch was widely admired throughout his career and became one of the country's best known CEOs his legacy grown more complicated in the two decades since he retired General Electric has struggled during that period and its market value today is about a quarter of what it was at the peak of Worsley NPR news Washington on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average is up three hundred forty eight points or more than one percent at twenty five thousand seven hundred sixty two the nasdaq is up one hundred three points also up more than one percent this is NPR it's eight oh four on cherry Glazer with KCRW news Orange County supervisors scheduled to hold an emergency meeting this morning to discuss a plan to train first responders and medical providers on how to handle corona virus patients meanwhile the federal government has announced that it will not move ahead with a plan to sing coronavirus patients to the former Fairview developmental center in Costa mesa KCRW cerise council has more last week U. S. district judge Josephine Staton extended the city's temporary restraining order to stop federal and state agencies from placing people with the corona virus at the site the Fairview developmental center is a multi building campus that opened in nineteen fifty nine to house adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities it once had more than twenty five hundred residents but now it's empty and slated for closure officials had proposed moving infected patients currently at the Travis Air Force base to the site opponents said that the facility is used by kids on the weekend and close to schools in the homes of senior citizens making it unsuitable for a quarantine site the federal government's reversal on the plan through moderate response from Costa mesa mayor Katrina Foley who called the move a quote temporary victory for KCRW I'm cerise castle with your help on Tuesday we're going to win the democratic primary here in California democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders brought his campaign to downtown Los Angeles yesterday KCRW's Benjamin golly was there and talked with Sanders supporters about why the Vermont senator's their preferred candidate the festive atmosphere in downtown Los Angeles with thousands of people pouring into the LA convention center you're rocking different vintages of Bernie Sanders campaign swag from buttons and hats T. shirts emblazoned with campaigns think about him that's Aubrey Davis she's been a supporter of Sanders even before his first presidential bid in two thousand and sixteen this time around she says something feels different ready for change and you don't get that with a centrist that change that Sanders supporters are looking for can be found all across his campaign platform from universal healthcare to raising the minimum wage also canceling student debt those are just some of the issues at least that resonate with Robert Esparza my whole life and and and that's he he speaks directly to to what I value so I'm a veteran also so hi I appreciate everything he's he's a voice for for for all of us an array of performers and speakers agreed and they join Sanders for the events Republican any performs Sarah Silverman Dick Van **** stops Sanders support while on full display in downtown LA can also be seen in recent California pulling he leads by double digits in all recent polls conducted in the golden state's easier W. Benjamin Gottlieb support for NPR comes from legalzoom legalzoom is committed to helping set up small businesses for success this year more information is available at legalzoom dot com slash N. P. R. it's eight oh seven it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep in Washington and I'm David green in Culver city California where the United States could be entering a new phase in the battle against the corona virus more and more cases are being diagnosed in this country and those numbers may grow as testing for this dangerous new virus ramps up let's bring in NPR health correspondent rob Stein for the latest hi rob Hey there David okay so bring us up to speed more testing more numbers and and another death United States yes Sir David the real hot spot right now is Washington state health officials there are coping with what appears to be the first outbreak of corona virus in this country is in a nursing facility near Seattle dozens of people are sick including several who are critically ill in fact health officials yesterday revealed one resident had died a man in his seventies that marks the second death from the corner of ours in the U. S. the first was reported elsewhere in Washington state on Saturday at least two schools are closed and the governors declared a state of emergency so Washington state one place we're certainly watching but but other states have seen the numbers go up as well right Intel last week the only corona virus cases in the country had some connection to travel overseas but the first case of someone apparently catching the virus in this country with no connection to any other country was reported in California at the end of last week right after that another case like that was found in California along with similar cases in Oregon and Washington state so this is no longer a situation of the virus just coming into the country from elsewhere it's spreading here too well so what what you're describing what might make it sound like we're suddenly seeing it spread around the country but that is not exactly what we might be seeing here yes so what's probably happening is we're finally starting to test widely for the virus in this country all the testing had been funneled through the CDC in Atlanta before this but state and local labs finally got the go ahead to do their own testing so what may be happening is that we're just starting to discover cases that may have been here for a while and catching new cases quicker I talked to mark Lipsett from Harvard about this I think maybe a a metaphor or analogy is your high school play people run out on stage in the dark and get themselves sat and then the lights start to come up and you start to see what's actually there those people didn't just arrived there at the second the lights go up you know in fact a genetic analysis of the virus in Washington state came out just yesterday and that suggests that the virus may have been circulating kind of silently in the state for weeks and hundreds may already be infected then why wasn't more testing being done sooner so one problem is that the first test kits the CDC center local state labs it just didn't work and the the CVT finally did fix that problem letting states start to do their own testing but the second issue was that the CDC was using very strict criteria for who could be tested the CDC finally relax those criteria and I talked to Scott Becker about this he's the executive director of the association of public health laboratories I certainly do wish that the testing was available sooner there was this very unfortunate challenge in the production process and it did put us a few weeks behind and the worry about that is we could have lost a crucial window to contain the virus and you're prevented from getting a foothold and start to spread undetected so the CDC is taking a lot of heat for this and a lot of questions about why it was this big delay and when other countries were testing widely for awhile which is a huge deal on a lot of questions to answer for the moment it's about tackling this this outbreak so what happens next testing is really finally starting to ramp up now state and local labs should be testing nationwide by the end of this week and the FDA's now letting lots of other places do testing like hospitals so you know it wouldn't be surprising if we start finding infections all around the country and as that happens you know it's important remember that doesn't necessarily mean that the virus is suddenly spreading a lot faster it could be that we're just finding the spread that's been going on for awhile without anyone realizing it here's more clips that you get from Harvard you're using that analogy again about stage lights shining a spotlight on the virus the lights are still quite dim because we haven't done much testing and as they become brighter will get a better sense of what's already there all right so obviously be be following that and and and trying to figure out what is there when it comes to this virus NPR health correspondent rob Stein rough thanks so much you bet David democratic presidential candidate Pete put a judge was scheduled to be in Dallas last night rallying voters before super Tuesday instead he flew home to Indiana and suspended his presidential campaign and your Sam green glass ones in Dallas and sends.

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey davis" Discussed on KCRW

"Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders brought his campaign and progressive vision for the future of the country to downtown LA yesterday KCRW's Benjamin golly was there and talked with Sanders supporters about why the Vermont senator is their preferred candidates the festive atmosphere in downtown Los Angeles with thousands of people pouring into the LA convention center you're rocking different vintages of Bernie Sanders campaign swag from buttons and hats T. shirts emblazoned with campaigns think about him that's Aubrey Davis she's been a supporter of Sanders even before his first presidential bid in two thousand and sixteen this summer she says something feels different ready for change and you don't get that with a centrist change it Sanders supporters are looking for can be found all across his campaign platform from universal healthcare to raising the minimum wage also cancelling student debts those are just some of the issues at least that resonate with Robert Esparza my whole life and and and that's he he speaks directly to what I value so I'm a veteran also so I I appreciate everything he's he's a voice for for for all of us an array of performers and speakers agreed and they join Sanders for the events hip hop group Public Enemy performs Sarah Silverman Dick Van **** stops.

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey davis" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Not bad he said but it could be better. What could make it better? Ask The people. Have you got any pickle juice that could make it better replied the Beker. So they brought him pickle juice and he poured it into the pot the bigger stirred and then he stopped. He looked at the people he looked at the pot. He looked at the people again and then he shook his head. You've got problems. Mr Beggar asked the Shamas. The bigger frowned wait. said the shamass and he ran into cupboard and brought back a bulb of garlic. Would this help Mr Becker. He asked why not laugh the beggar Mr Becker. I've got some carrots. Someone said and I've got beat called another. I've got onions. I've got beans. Would these help Mr Baker. They asked they wouldn't hurt. Left the bigger so the people ran off and returned with our arms full of vegetables. The bigger slice them all he diced he he chopped he shredded then he dumped them into the bubbling pot. And he's stirred that Borscht round and round. Do you know what we have here. As the beggar. We have a view too full Borscht. That's what we have a very tasty borst now. Some people say a little bit of cabbage really brings out the flavour but is say keep it simple who needs cabbage for borst. Just at the back of the synagogue woman waved her arms. Mr Beca. You want cabbage. I've got cabbage Mr Beggar and before he could reply apply the woman was gone. She returned with a sack full of cabbages and handed it to the beggar. He looked at the cabbages he looked at the people then. He shrugged his shoulders and began to chop he chopped until every last cabbage had been added to the Borscht. The People Watch the steam uh-huh rise from the pot. They listened to the bubbling Borscht. They smelled the rich sweet. We didn't Sour Aroma as it fill the synagogue bellies rumbled mouths watered and everyone pressed in closer when the bigger finally labeled some Borscht into a cup. It was deep red and thick with vegetables. He blew on it. He blessed it then he dipped in his spoon and he tasted rested so Mr Beggar how does it taste. The BEKKER's smiled bed. Who wants to try them? Well everyone in the room rushed forward. They snatched cups. They grabbed bulls book. I borst borst. They chanted the bigger patiently labeled steaming. Hot Borscht into every bowl and every cup soon. Everyone was sipping and slurping Borscht. Then the people raise their arms they roll their eyes towards heaven. They cried out delicious. Perfect bleed delicious. This is the best boss. We've ever tasted the little BECCA did it. He made Borscht out of buttons. Some miracle and then like magic bread appeared and boiled potatoes and roast chicken and wine the people eight and they laughed. They laughed and they ate and then they brought out accordions violins and they sang and they danced for our after delightful. Our and win. The last layer of Borscht was slur. The last dance danced and the last song slung. The Shamas invited the beggar spend spend the night at his house the next night another family took him in then another and another one day the Beggar Gabu the townsfolk together to say goodbye. Oh please don't go. They begged now. I must he said but you buttons. How can we make borscht without Joe Magic bone buttons? And how oh can I fast in my coat without buttons asked the beggar. How can I keep warm without buttons? So they traded with the beggar. They gave him brass buttons for bone buttons and then the bigger left wbt and they never saw him again. The years past one by one the beggars bone buttons were lost but it is a strange thing a wonder perhaps APPs the townsfolk learned. They didn't really need the buttons. They learned to make Borscht without them and they learned to help one another without Borscht even in hard times and that was the real miracle the bigger left behind that was former as it happens co host Barbara Budd reading bone button Borscht. The story was written by. Aubrey Davis and it's published by kids can press if you'd like to hear it again. You can listen on our website at CBC DOT CA SLASH AI h Good evening. I'm Chris Bowden this holiday season. We're visiting our vault which is crammed crammed with more than half a century of as it happens history tonight we head back to a march evening in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven for a special rebroadcast of as it happened an episode. We're calling a day in the life in one way. That particular Monday was like most others on the show a presentation of stories big and small from home and abroad but in another way it was like no other for one thing. The top story involved host Barbara from essentially mediating a hostage-taking inside a downtown Toronto Bank for another. I'll let the show speak for itself. Here's former CO host. Al Maitland to take you back to Monday. March Twenty First Nineteen seventy seven from coast to coast through the CBC Radio Network. And around the world on shortwave. This is.

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey davis" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Hi I'm Jamie Paulson for the last decade I've been a newspaper reporter and lately just finding it hard to keep up with the news as of today today simple. Possession of marijuana is no longer illegal it can be hard to make sense of things. Investigators spent nine hours in the consulates appearance. Will I WANNA change that at least a little. Join me weekdays at six. Am for front burner at daily podcast from CBC News. Subscribe now now wherever you get your podcast. Tis The season of miracles. The miracle of the lights the miracle of the Virgin birth the the miracle of finding your car in the mall parking lot. But let's go back to that first miracle this weekend marks the start of Hanukkah which means that tonight will hear the voice of the woman who occupied this chair for seventeen years as the CO host of as it happens the Great Barbara Budd here. She is with a story about a beggar. And some buttons. This is Barbara Budd reading bone button. Borscht written by Aubrey Davis Dark Winter's night a ragged little beggar hobbled along in a lonely road. It was snowy and bitter cold but in his head it was warm and Rosie. He saw blazing fireplace and a table loaded with bulls of borscht noodle pudding roast chicken fruit nuts and a jug of wine and his host was saying more chicken and Mr Beggar and he was saying oh no I couldn't eat another bite Nothing like being a beggar. He thought such good it brings out in people they share they give and me. I get a little something to it's perfect. The beggar reach the crest coghill he peered out through the driving snow into the night. So where's the town he asked himself. There should be a town town at the bottom of this hill. I can't see it as he walked down hill. Small shadowy houses slowly took shape on his left left and on his right as fine. He said now I see the town but where are the lights. Where are the people he knocked? Donna door please a little food for a poor starving beggar he cried. A face appeared in a frosty window and then vanished. I there were footsteps and then silence the bigger went to another house and knocked. Please help me. I'm hungry and cold. Gone away called the voice from within. Now just let me in for a few minutes even no go away so the beggar moved on from house to house and door to door but no one would help him. What is wrong with these people? He wondered he trudged down the road I suddenly. He spotted a thin line of light. The snow he followed it to a crack in the doorway pushed the door open and went inside. It was a synagogue. Oh thank God. For synagogues he cried and rushed inside as he warmed himself by the stove. He looked around. The room suddenly spotted a man in the shadows. It was the synagogue caretaker. The Shamas Shalom aleichem peace. Be With you called the bigger. The Shammas did not answer strange thought the beggar a glimmer crept into his eye and the corners of his mouth turned up ever so slightly he had an idea area. He grabbed one of the bone buttons on his coat. And tugged off came. The button off came to more and another and another but still the Shamas did not speak but now he was looking at the beggar now he was curious. The beggar counted the buttons. There were five. I if only I had one more baton he said the Shammas said nothing. Give only I had one more button. still the Shammar was silent. If only I had one more finally the Chamois spoke. Look Mr I won't give you a button. Nobody in this town will give you a button. Why Not God asked the beggar? Because we're poor Mr Becker. We don't give to each other anymore. So why should we give even up button to a stranger. Why ask the beggar because with one more button I could make us a soup? I would make a nice hot borscht. That's ridiculous scarf. The shamass impossible. Nobody makes Borscht from buttons. Mr Shamas said the Beker. I'm I'm shocked. Haven't you ever heard of bone button. Borscht bone borst asked the Shammas. Let me explain. Explains that the beggar these buttons in my hand are very special with just one more button from you. I can make bone button Borscht for the whole town town. I can make you a miracle. Mr Shammas will. Naturally the Shamas was very curious. Oh right he cried it. Oh get the button and he ran to the door wait call the beggar. I'll need bowls and cups and a knife and a ladle spoon. And the pot may be the sham. Spit down the road to the Taylor's door and knocked Mendel. Mendel give me a bone button. He called no go away shouted Mendel. Mendel you don't understand the button isn't for me said the Shamas. It's for the little beggar in the synagogue. He's going to make a miracle tackle with my bone button as mental. What's HE GONNA do? Raise it from the dead teach at this thing. Maybe no Mendel Mendel. He needs it for the bore. St- he's going to make Borscht from buttons. That's impossible scoffed. Mendel nobody can make make borst from buttons. Recent Mendel said the Shamas. GimMe the button. What's IT GONNA hurt? Maybe we'll have a miracle rights writes replied mental. I'll give you the button but I wanNA come to. I WanNa see this miracle. So come said the Shamanee's yes. They ran to the house next. Door and knocked. Leah Leah. Give a wooden spoon. They cried no she shouted go away Lia. It's not for us. It's a little beggar in the synagogue. He's going to make a miracle with my spoon. Asked Leah. What's HE GONNA do? Use It to part heart the Red Sea teacher to dance. Maybe no Leah. He needs it for the Borscht. He's GonNa make Borscht from buttons. That's impossible impossible. Scoffed Leah. Look Leah gave us the spoon. What's IT GONNA hurt? Maybe we'll have a miracle. All right replied Leah but I WANNA come I wanna see this miracle so come said the Shamisen the Taylor and my family family to she added so bring them. They said so Leah her Family Mendel and the Shammas marched down the street. They banged hanged on doors. They begged and borrowed cups and bowls a ladle a knife and a huge soup pot along with all of these do things. The crowd grew as it charted. Its way up the street towards the synagogue. Others came to their windows and doors. Where are you going they asked asked? What are you doing with that pot and the people in the street replied? There's some beggar in the synagogue. Who says he can make Borscht from buttons? That's impossible shouted the people in the houses but they were curious so they grab their hats and coats and they joined the others by the time the sham reached the synagogue. The whole town was with him. The people crammed themselves inside the bigger looked up and cried. Shalom aleichem peace. Be With you and there was a long silence. Then someone called out so so mister miracle man make a miracle you want to miracle. The beggar asked. I'll give you a miracle pot. He cried and they put the pot on the stove water. They poured in the water. Her but they gave him the button. Plunk plunk plunk the bigger dropped in all the bone buttons. He picked up the wooden spoon and stirred when the pot began to steam and bubble. He he spooned out some water and took a sniff does not bad he said but it could be better. What could make it better? Ask The people a little sugar salt a little pepper that could make it better replied the beggar so they brought him sugar and salt and pepper. He's sprinkled them all into the pot and stirred then he took another sniff. It's.

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

14:11 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey davis" Discussed on Forever35

"Our guest today. Today is each Joma Alonzo. Welcome Joma Hi. We're so glad to have you here. Joma allu- is a Seattle based writer speaker and Internet yeller. Her work on social issues such as race gender has been published in the Guardian the stranger Washington Post Elle magazine. NBC News News and more and Her New York Times bestselling first book. So you want to talk about race was released in January. Two thousand eighteen with seal press. Joma was named one of the most influential people in Seattle by Seattle magazine. One of the fifty most influential women in Seattle by Seattle met one of the roots hundred most influential Americans twenty seventeen nineteen and twenty eighteen and is the recipient recipient of the feminist humanist award twenty eighteen by the American Humanist Association the Media Justice Award by the Gender Justice this league and the two thousand eighteen. Aubrey Davis Visionary Leadership Award by the Equal Opportunity Institute and we are so excited to have her here ear to talk about her book and about Self Care and yeah So let's let's get into it Can Can we start Each homered just for listeners. Who aren't familiar with your book? Can you endure night both. Read it can you tell us Kind of tell us generally about what it is and also kind of what your experience has been since publishing it. Obviously it's a New York Times bestseller which is amazing I'd love to hear just kind of what right it has been like since it came out for you. Sure I'm the book is called C.. WanNa talk about race. So it's it's it's pretty self explanatory planetary. It's a kind of guidebook on helping with your conversations on issues of racism in America. It's really designed nine to kind of help. People get past some of the stumbling blocks that frequently Canidu- conversations on race and for your every day life in work at home in your community to really get past those initial conflicts and into really find areas for change range. So each chapter tackles issues or questions that People Kinda stumble upon regularly talking about issues of race the book. It came out in January of last year. And it's been amazing. It's been really well received. It's been used in in colleges across the country work shops across the country. It's been mason to hear from people about the difference. It's made in their life and it's definitely a book that keeps going. It's been interesting to watch this steady use and you know over the last almost two years now how and to see it. Still be relevant and something that people are still recommending to each other and to see it really improving not only relationships let's but in actual situations that are impacting people of color across the country and even outside of the United States. And we should say that it came Out in the paperback edition in September. And you you wrote a new introduction for the paperback which I thought was a preface For for the paperback that I thought was interesting Were you kind of talk about some of the I guess some of the things that you sort of wish. You would disgust in the original edition Can you talk about a little bit about how you came to those realizations. I guess. Certainly I mean I think this is something that faces every writer. Where is the things you right? Stay static even the raiders grow and change and an often we grow and change because of what we right and so writing a book on recently. I book you. Even the process of talking about the book and traveling in hearing from people added to what I felt like. I wish I had this. I wish I could have included this. It changed it added nuance to my own ideas. He is of what I'd I'd written and Ching and use also showed some areas where you know could have done more Or better and they think any brighter always thinks they could do more and I think any topic we write about. We could write multiple books about but you luckily when you have a paperback you get to at least give voice least to some of that instead of just carrying it with you and so it was really nice to have the opportunity to talk about what I would like to include things. I learned that you know my own privilege had kind of stopped me from realizing raising of just care that I could have taken in some areas of the book especially daily Issues facing people of Color. That aren't lack. That's my own lived experience Ryan But also things that I just didn't realize needed to be explained as explicitly as they did and so seeing it And then getting another Chanson very grateful that it sold well enough to. Do you know to be able to have a paperback edition. So that I could at least include some of those things and talk about it and people know that I- side and you know I'm not the last person to write a book about race and certainly not I and it's always important. I think think for us to recognize what more we can do and what could happen next. And what ask about cultural appropriation because we talk a ton about self care on this podcast and self care practices and I think a lot of what we're seeing in self care right now kind of is there is a lot of cultural appropriation going on and so I was wondering if you could kind of speak about how we can bring more awareness to the ways in which a lot of self care practices especially you know things that white women are doing our coach cultural appropriation. Yes certainly I would say that you know hard what I I I think we should look at is a lot of the idea of self care as it is. Popularized wigs was well within white supremacy by the idea to have this luxury time. Where you can set everything side is something that many people of colored never get to two and I would say especially women of color and so a lot of detractors? That are often adopted are not Mrs Sarah what we would call self care her but our survival by a lot of practices other cultures have come up with to get by to live or something that are you know survival. For communities communal practices religious practices very important practices are treated as luxury items as retreats for white the people and it's important to recognize why that's problematic and it's not problematic that anybody would would want some luxury in their life. It is problematic to sink that you can take something that was created for survivor. Where for community eighty or you know to hold an oppressed people together and not take any of the struggle not to anything to you? Reconcile your part in that oppression and that's really where we're the issue wise for. I think a lot of people. It's not that people want to practice yoga or you know. Go on a sweat or do any of these things. It's the fact that these things are since they are part of a culture that is being told they don't have a right to themselves and these things were created to balance you. You know in to fight off sloop. Russian that white culture has perpetrated and or have been held onto inspite of oppression of white culture. And so then to have people who don't have to face any of that who we'd these things for that purpose to say. Oh that's nice. I want some of that without also so thinking what can I do to ease the burden that I'm imposing upon this culture Or what can I do to make sure that whatever prophets Sweden eight from this actually goes to the culture that created maintains its is in itself just more colonialism white supremacy. And so I think for me. The focus is not necessarily on the act itself but in the imbalance behind it by the problem is the symptom is cultural appropriation. Russian raped power imbalance ends up looking like true appropriate. And what I would love. People to look at is the power imbalance to look at where the problem lies. What makes it cultural appropriation? Asian and tackle back so tackle eraser and our cultures you know tackle The way in which capitalism cuts communities of color out of any profits from their own creations. Tackle the Exploitation of communities of colored sat tackle the censoring of Whiteness in media And pop culture all of these things that make cultural appropriation that give teeth. Those are the things I would like people to focus on where oftentimes ends up happening. Instead is something that rise still with inwards premacy which is people WANNA list of. What can I do if I can't you know if I can't do yoga if I can't you no dress up like a Gisha if I can't do all these things what can I do and really what people are asking is this? How can operate the same way? I always have without feeling bad and instead if you you know people talk about how much they appreciate and love other cultures. New Celebrating other cultures was celebrating other cultures needs looking towards sustainment of that culture her and showing appreciation for what was given by trying to not be a burden and to lift any burden that you've placed and that's really what I want. People people start focusing on. Yeah I mean kind of along those lines. I love all the actionable suggestions you have in your book for how people can fight systemic racism. Right you can try. You can try to link to the stomach effects of racism whenever you talk about racism Can you you can talk a little bit more about that and explain why this is so important. I'm it's an order for a couple of reasons. One is that what people of color are are suffering from is not the sentiments the lack of love for White people right and a lot of times. We like to keep discussions on race and racism. Awesome in the hearts you know feelings and love in Area and what will it really is is system systemic oppression. It's Tau those opinions and feelings could be manipulated by the system or the power that our systems give those feelings so I could walk in the street and people can think whatever they want with me and I'm fine with what does bother me. Is that if they decide to act on it and they'd said outcome feelings about me because the color of my skin our entire air system our employment system our government our media will line up behind that action to make it more powerful and that's really what impacts the lives of people of Color and so when we're talking about issues of race it's important to recognize a that it's oftentimes is more effective to get people to see why something is a problem that they're doing if they see how her playing into something more systemic but also because that's really where the pain lies for people of Color and people of color don't feel heard when all the here is. I'm sorry if you felt bad when I did this because it's not not saying. I felt that you know if I get talk to her in a meeting by a white man. It's not just that it's rude to be talked over. It's because it plays into the general erasure and subjugation. That black women face in workplaces across the country right it reinforces that pattern and it's part of a long trail of events to harm and it doesn't exist from its own and so we need to tie to these larger issues a because that's where the real issue is. That's what people of color are talking about winter talking about these situations but also because people need to understand the full weight of what they're doing and they need to also know but it's the systems they need to attack and that when they fail to look at their actions. They are supporting oppressive assistance. It's not just a made a mistake or I did what I would do with anyone else it is. I supported a longstanding harmful racist system. So you know I am example. I think using the book Lucas. If you make a joke about people of color being late in the office we are actually doing is not just making a joke. You are up hoping a stereotype. Oh type that makes people was likely to be hired for jobs and that because we have racist systems that allow all black people to be judged in mass That you know are fever. Negative stereotypes that want to find reasons to hold old white employees above employees of color. Then you what you're saying is no longer just a joke and the harm that that brunt of that that joke fields which is not just the by person you're talking about but every black person an officer black person who would work in. That office is larger richer than just a few words. And that's really why we have these conversations and I think that's why it's important. I think everyone should know especially white people. You should know the broader impact of what they're doing because people of color are meant to feel that every single day we feel the full weight of racist actions agents. That's why we spent so much time focusing on things like microaggressions because there's nothing micro about that because they play into a large system that is crushing people..

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

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"aubrey davis" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Out of speedway dot com fast as half mile dirt for clay depend on how you want to look at it right out here in the west coast pairs out of speedway family owned and operated just a great bunch of folks you go out there if you've never been before you'll be totally entertained the greatest drivers come to Paris out of speedway and they put a show on that will not with and they do crazy things out there too our next guest Jessie Gordon is on the line Hey Jess I either on hi there how are you doing I understand you made a big splash at pairs out of speedway and it was not in a car tell us tell the folks what you did well you know what I had it planned for about a month now to do it at this this event and everybody was then on it and how to keep the lid tight but almost everybody was in yeah you're so big dinner yeah folks know if her folks know you're gonna do it yeah yeah they're in on it that that's what we all can look him up with a plan together so basically her mom is a singer in a band Maraj group and they basically you know they do a lot of top forty hit in classic she wanted to sing the national anthem and so she sang the national anthem in that debate we got my girlfriend's now fiance out there and all her family my family was all out there and I drove on the track after the national anthem at the price and you know had a little speech prepared and master married me she said yes of course there was no doubt right in my mind there was no doubt the only doubt or question that you know I had was whether or not she would it you know enjoy the experience at the the race track but being that we when we first met at Fontana speedway in the infield about eight years ago you know I thought it was kind of stating well you were being a prankster she could very easily turn bad idea you're so lucky the viewers like you yeah it could have really you start up in my face anyway but likely did so you propose she said yes how the racing go so after that basically I had nothing else mattered after that the rest of the night I was I was just you know happy to be part of the experience that not see where you know the night with me basically and it was definitely a battle they did not they did not give it to me easy they didn't just let me have that for sure but in the figure eight trailer a I got beaten battered trailer flipped over multiple times and still hold on locally and definitely got I got a right rear flat the last one the the collapse or so but I had a big enough lead to where I was able to still hold on to the lead and ended up on in the trailer right without first went that was the you know definite surprise and gave me the championship lead by three points in that class wow gradually since thank you thank you and then yeah the the next race which is the regular figure eight that one I was a definite that'll be **** junior and ethnically so all three of us are battling hard to to lead in and going at it there is a couple red flags and ended up breaking his motor apparently but minha Anthony fought it out pretty hard for the rest of the ray said now he made a little flight by war and I was able to get by and now you know that I ended up winning not one as well so it was really a perfect night can can connect for better night so we we've had entity on the show that he's quite a character well I bet he has not let you live it down that he got second no no he's you know he's he's an awesome guy really really class act is is a fun guy to be around the call on the love doctor and yeah he was happy for me last night with the engagement everything and you know he was he was obviously still happy with second but I'm I know for a fact you are to win and he actually put up a really really good fight it was not easy to get by so he's definitely making improvements in strides in the right direction that's awesome so I guess now every time you go racing you will be proposing to somebody come on it's you know it's like he has like you when you wear a pair underwear and you win all my god I'll never change was under yeah you guys in the motors for world yes they are they're pretty cysts are pretty superstitious yeah there was one girl for eight years Dave eight years well he was he was a hundred percent sure she was going to say yes he didn't really know you was open right well I I knew I I've I've known her for eight years we've only been dating for approximately four but still yeah that's a long time and you know it didn't know hundred percent for sure if you get it they have I had a good feeling that she would but you know never Neil and I'm not that superstitious to where I'm going to be proposing everywhere but well here's the deal out when you go out next race and you don't win and you don't place then you'll do it yeah that's going to be asking to be interesting how it works out that's so funny all right Guinness world about mobile does it again this is the so now she's on your crew for your full time now yeah yeah I need to start button or to work in French and on the car and all that letter to your marketing letter to your marketing for you know she'd be good at it yeah though she she helped out with my my race and paid on space she helped out a lot she'll show video post that he owes in some kind of keep everyone up to date whoever's interested and he had help out definitely well you haven't come the K. you inside the last time you talked to me you said you'd sent me an email and we would get this thing worked out right right this is called number you yeah yeah I will work I will do that I had I had other obvious the arrangement do you care for rate is available yes giving him a hard time just giving yet just give this top did just give this task to her that's true I could see okay I would help Hey you could come down a little staycation in San Diego come down spend the night come in you know do some to the TV and enjoy the rest so your time off down here in San Diego nothing to lose yeah yeah vehicle down there definitely I would I would look forward to that so what what's your next race were you gonna be more unitive next great actually see here is our guest thirty first is the next one that passed out of the way still be running both of them figure eight the great trailer just trying to I mean be great I can get him shipped on both of those but it is not easy definitely not yeah well you're you're up for the challenge I got a feeling I'm yeah I'm always a challenge you know one of the great camps of two years and a goal of mine will always do the three peat well that that was a major goal and I'm hoping to accomplish that this year so for folks that may not know your U. R. know your car one is going to give us a little run down for radio what what what you drive and what does it look like yeah so my car started out as their dirt I am see a modified it was only meant to go left turn in a left turn only around the oval track and so that's actually what I bought it it was a race ready running car in that class and so can you figure eight you have to go both directions gift set up that way you have to change the gearing and completely change the set up so we we worked me and my dad worked on it pretty hard and tested a lot of different springs and Sakic's we would basically got it pretty pretty get and you know we've fine tuned it and then of course to get a perfect but if it did you know you need cool looking car we need my dad design the the basically at the great cars at B. side panels the Billboard side panels and instead of them being square we made them into kind of a shape sharks and winning looking things so and the cars black and bright yellow and it looks like about mobile so the title sticks yeah yeah the title we we really initial intentions weren't to make it will be but everybody saw what it looked like it was in a black and they cited a call that will be on it even though that was not your idea right help was in a hurry yeah we we ran with it because I mean a you know who doesn't like that man the kids really love it yet man interested in it so you're driving suit a Batman suit my dad tried to get me to do that but now it's it's just the regular rate the how to get a helmet and then put a leather cap over your album with a little wink little ears good idea yeah that's a good idea yeah you can still get a piece of leather vinyl made up with a little years I'm sure somebody out there with that up for it that's job for her there's an itch for yeah yeah they're putting in the work exactly so what's your fiance's name her name Aubrey Davis to be recorded when you get married our what will she finishes school amber she finishes once you're done with that you know I want to stress throughout boss you this well that would be a little over a year hopefully but we'll start planning track I I don't think so no I I although with my my thing at the racetrack I think she wants to have the wedding so don't push your luck is basically what we're talking about here right yeah yeah I already got lucky one yeah let's not yeah yeah stick your hand the fired get burnt don't stick it in there again not right and called it off without our knowing it was cool Daddy cool yeah that in itself was was I mean I don't know how you pulled out officers because girls have that sixth sense you know they know when things are going on so gradually help you we do yeah yeah but she had no idea what I wanted look good now I've been to look on her face was off the charts man I'm telling you all right so you go really great video that her mom check and and then I was the way posted at I think I got got to post it so it's up there the Jesse Hey well well congratulations I know it's going to be L. beautiful long life with you and her and we can't be happy enough for yeah Hey give the job to get you down puts on TV to help with Roger all right but all right I appreciate it thank you I take care I we're gonna take a quick break looks like good old norm to what's gonna hang around we're gonna talk some more motor sports when we come back right here on FM ninety six one AM eleven seventy answer.

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