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"barrera" Discussed on WTOP
"Morning, it's ten 15, and I'm Mark Lewis. It is the gift that keeps on giving. There's yet another scream movie. Hello. Let's play a game. You know you're like the tenth guy to try this, right? It never works out for the dip in the mask. Scream 6 is in theaters this weekend and joining us live on Skype. Vulture critic Jen chaney. Jan, I liked this line from a story in the LA times about this movie, it says scream movies are like pizza when they're good, they're great and even when they're not so good, they're still satisfying. So did you find this latest chapter in the series to be pleasing? Well, I would say there are definitely some really great set pieces in this movie, just some really suspenseful moments. And the thing about the screen movies from the very beginning is they've always been very meta. They're horror movies that are also kind of deconstructing slasher movies. But the thing is, when you're on the 6th movie and you're sort of referencing the tropes that you're playing with. It's like, are you still doing this in a clever way? Or are you just kind of copying what's been done before? And I think this movie kind of skates the line between those two things. Nevertheless, I do think it will be very fun to see and impact theater on a Friday night. Yes, indeed. Now, if you haven't seen the previous ones or maybe you've missed a couple along the way, do you need that kind of background to fully appreciate scream 6? I would recommend watching at least the last one screen 5 because that introduces the characters that are played by Jenna Ortega and Melissa barrera, who are two sisters, and the action moves to New York this time, taking some of the characters from that movie. So I think it would be helpful to see that. But otherwise, if you have some general knowledge of the scream franchise, I think you're good. There you go. All right, let's switch to the Oscars in the time remaining, after all, the hype and lobbying, the winners will be unveiled Sunday Night on ABC, Jan give us your favorites for best movie and for those to take lead actor and actress. I mean, I will be very surprised at this point if everything everywhere all at once does not win for best picture because it's been picking up every major prize along the awards season route. You know, there's some talk about all quiet on the western front, maybe winning, but I don't really see that happening. And I do think Michelle Yeoh will probably win for best actress. And best actor is a toughie. I think it could go to Brendan Fraser. I think he could go to Austin butler or Colin Farrell and I honestly don't know which way it's going to go. But that's what makes it exciting. Yes, indeed. And we'll break it all down Monday, you'll be back with us to discuss the Academy Awards from Sunday Night. We'll chat again on Monday. Thank you, Jen. Have a nice weekend. You too. That's vulture critic Jen chaney on Skype
"barrera" Discussed on WTOP
"Would really rather you didn't, though, in an email address to the New York chapter of the girl scouts, local leaders said that the raspberry rally cookie sold out in less than a day, the cookie proved to be more popular than anticipated according to the letter, which was seen by CNN. Raspberry rally boxes ended up on the resale market quickly, going for as high as $30. Well above the girl scouts price of about 5 or $6 per box. An alarming new report predicts more than half the world's population will be overweight or obese by 2035. BBC reporter James Reed has more on the research from the world obesity federation. The problem is rising particularly fast among children and in low and middle income countries in Asia and Africa, as well as the harm to individual health, the economic impact is huge. The federation stresses that people with obesity are not personally to blame. Instead, it says policymakers must deliver the conditions we all need to lead happy, healthy lives. The report will be presented to UN members next week. The world's oldest woman is celebrating a birthday, more from CBS News correspondent Matt piper. Maria branis barrera survived two world wars, the Spanish Civil War and the COVID-19 pandemic. She also turned 116 years old Saturday. The U.S. born the Spanish woman is the world's oldest person, a mantle more assumed in January. That's according to the Guinness World Records. She celebrated her birthday a day earlier on Friday at her residence home sent to Maria del toro in Catalonia, Spain, surrounded by friends, fans, and her 78 year old daughter rosa, morera was born in 1907. Matt piper, CBS News
"barrera" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos
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"In the Heights": A Joyous Return to the Movies
"T o P News Well before Hamilton Lin Manuel Miranda won best musical for in the Heights. The hotly anticipated movie version is now showing in movie theaters and streaming on HBO. Max, Who's Na'vi de la Vega runs a bodega in one Washington Heights, New York, Dreaming of returning to the Dominican Republic. Anthony Ramos inherits the Royal from Lin Manuel Miranda, but it won't be jarring to D C audiences who already saw him in the part of the Kennedy Center. We root for his romance with Melissa Barrera, just as we do, Allegedly Grace and Corey Hawkins, all four of which get character arts, dreaming of starting a tiki bar. Becoming hairstyle is fighting for immigrants and running a taxi dispatch director John Chu proves you can do things on screen that you can on stage, choreographing dance numbers in swimming pools, surreal subway tunnels, even sides of buildings. A tough pandemic year. It's the feel good movie we need right now for a
What In the Heights Melissa Barrera Learned by Playing an Iconic Character
"The first time. I spoke with melissa bed. She was getting a lot of buzz for her role in either and i walked away from that interview. Certain that melissa star was only going to rise. And that one day i'd be able to say at interviewed a mega talent when she was still sharing an apartment with a roommate and doing self taped auditions in a corner. That day has arrived sooner than i'd imagined. Melissa is no sparkling on the big screen as vanessa in in the heights. A role that has taken. Melissa backed her musical theater roots and forced her. Summon the confidence that is. Owed a login triple threat melissa. I am so excited to see you again. Oh my gosh you remember that coroner where selves our that is crazy. It's doing a half years two and a half years. Okay okay link of an ira legit. I loved in the heights. I watched it two times back to back. I did all cried sheets of fears so fine. But let's start at the beginning. Tell me about your audition for the film. The first time. That auditioned for the movie. I had just booked vina. I went back to mexico city after shooting the pilot to get my visa stopped at the consulate and to close out my apartment in mexico city to tackle stuff because i was like definitely now moving to la. And i got the self state requests while. I was in mexico city and i freaked out because i was like. Who's going to help me do this software in english. Who's going to help me play the piano for me. How i had a couple of my friends come and they helped with the scenes. And then i had our orchestra director for when i did young frankenstein in mexico helped me with the piano and i must have sang in. Won't be long now Like seventy times. Because i just hated it.
"barrera" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Cramped in swings at the first pitch from Burns Rolls it foul outside of third. No balls and one strike too cramped in no one out Walk to Martinez, held on by Garrett Forrester, 81 Beavers. In the bottom of the seventh fastball, hooked into left field for a base it Greg Fuchs. We'll get the ball back in, so we'll walk and a base hit and Eddie Park the batter. Stanford. Calling upon a pinch hitter for Martinez earlier. In the end, he bled. Barrera was the one who drew the walk as the pension or for Vincent Martinez. So Barrera aboard it first, drawing the walk, too. Yet to forest after the out of been recorded on Bowser. Now it looks like AH, pensioner has been called upon for Eddie Park. And indeed, David Esseker has gone with a pensioner. Right hand hitter at the plate and the first pitch. Mrs. Inside Ball one to Grant Burton. Word in the right hand hitting junior out of Dana Point in Southern California. Out to the mound goes Troy Claude for a conversation. With Nathan Burns to pinch hitters used in the ending in this Regular season finale for both clubs. Stanford is certainly going to play on and likely to host Jake Mulholland gets up and begins to throw In the Beavers bullpen here in the bottom of the seventh Oregon State in front eight tow one stand for trying to make a little noise and put some pressure on the Beavers. Here in the shop, but the walk and Obey said One ball and no strikes to Burton. Good fastball swung on and foul back. And the count wanted one. So a couple of pensioners.
"barrera" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"This time I'm Jack Cronin in the KOGO News Center Governor Gavin Newsom making the proposal here today. He appeared in Oakland with the leaders of the State Budget Office is in both the Assembly and the state Senate here today asking for $600 checks for all California families that are making $75,000 a year or less direct renter relief at 100%. Not the 80% is our proposal, and we would allow for that 100% to be retro active to cover those that have already received the 80% assistance and providing $2 billion for gas and electricity. And for water governor saying when combined with the previous $600 checks that were sent to those making less than $30,000. A year in California. $12 billion and rebates overall on the tax side of the largest state relief in U. S history, the San Diego region ready for a comeback here, perhaps already underway. Coming out of the pandemic. Chamber of Commerce CEO Jerry Sanders says businesses are already picking up and after summer when more people are vaccinated, we should almost be back to normal. In terms of restaurants, he says they will likely keep the patios. They added. We've been working with city along with others to make a lot of those changes permanent. We have found that it makes it really a vibrant area and you know it used to be probably some of the restaurants and other businesses that didn't want their parking spaces taken, and now they're fine with it. So if they can open up even wider and start making up for lost business, he says, it doesn't matter where San Diego is In terms of metrics. Come June 15th, the state will be able to reopen fully Marilyn Haider Kogo News will be the future of remote working as we come out of the pandemic, Nearly half of all San Diego County businesses were able to offer the ability to tell a work during the covert 19 pandemic. That's an increase of 20% from pre pandemic figures to study done by the San Diego Association of Governments and one admire overseas mobility and innovation for sand, a found that by no surprise remote where had changed dramatically in response to the pandemic, But most businesses believes that it will be like The prevalence following the pandemic than it was in the peak. She says Half of the employees surveyed felt more productive working from home. But less than 10% of employers agreed. Mayer believed the two sides will come to some sort of an agreement, and she believes we could see more remote workers at home at least one or two days out of the week. Phil Farrar, Kogo news governor also said they expect schools to be open in the fall in California and 30th the midnight I anticipate that will lapse, and everybody should be back in the fall and in person instructions safely back. Our budget will reflect even more support than the previous sport that has been provided for health and safety. And I look forward to working closely and collaboratively with the Legislature to advance those budget proposals as well governor, saying the waiver will not continue past the summer, the state is fully reopening on June 15th, the president of San Diego Unified Thank you, the teachers Union for helping get students back in the classroom here this year for at least the spring session, Richard Barrera says the school district has what he terms an excellent relationship with leadership of the union. We don't agree on everything all the time, obviously, and there have been times where You know, we've we've had a tension in the relationship, but mostly, you know, we've figured out how to work through problems. In an interview with a M seven sixties Mark Larsen Barrera said the relationship between the District board and the teachers union helped make it possible to reopen schools last month, We were able to come together. And figure out how to get through the cove in crisis in a way that kept everybody safe. And in a way that got our kids back on campus club Albert Cogan knew was checking now. Real time traffic. Kogo.
"barrera" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"barrera" Discussed on This Anthro Life
"List of those drivers i stay in touch. And i said i help you so i didn't know exactly what i was gonna do. I can help. I knew i can help alley so we chatted with with a first meeting. I said okay. It sounds like you're going through difficult times. Let's do a project so it was a three month. Project is finishing next week. Actually during the recession i anthropologist. I start proposal of questions before the first meeting. I gave the an assessment in which they have to fill out with near fifty about that is very deep analysis of business so even though they don't ask all the questions david may enforce to think differently of other business on the boston reviews on on what they were doing when we had the first meeting the already had a bunch of ideas or sort of answering the assessment or windows meant so danger. Viewer the conversation. I was very evident that there was no hey under the circumstances that they could bring people eat the store i said but in the conversation i discover that they have bad. Crm it was a one year period crm and when they remember to fill it and they just were the information but they have near a hundred hundred people in that that base on. I say. I think that's gonna be the first move at numerous movies. Do recontact those customers as a follow up of their less from less birthdays and we will create a script in which via was not the sound cells or rather be helpful less time. You buy these kind of prescription glasses or you bought the sunglasses. Who want to know. How are you doing they engage. They are not propping are they know scratch. What's your experience Glasses of so there will these script that they needed to follow with songs. In order to provide value to the goal summers and as a result of doing that of in those customers their sales increased twenty percent in the first fifteen days. Were so happy to hear about them. It's like oh. I'm bless you. I'm gonna i'm important to you. By the way. I needed to change glasses school. So by working with them. I was able to tell the to change their mindset about creating value on said. You don't want only their money. You wonder loyalty. you'll need to provide them with value. So i shared with this story. That i had when i was in berlin in germany. I when my glasses westbrook So i went to a store in berlin and they fix it and i say okay how much they say is for. I said what is the service for you. I said wow. This is amazing. So when i told the story to this business owner mexico about his people do in his business. He said like a really that happens on. Yeah what you want is is to provide people with his hughes's with experiences for them to return and say i want a probe last from you because of what gary said because i owe you read something that you were so kind to me because you're repair mike lassen and you didn't charge me now. I feel morally responsible to pay back to me. It's funny because one of from a theoretical standpoint. Also what that's doing is it's changing the nature of the roles in the identity because if you went to a friend to fix your glasses and they said that'll be five dollars you likewise would see that as a violation of the expectations so by by by not charging it you in some ways whether consciously or not you re constitutes a relationship from customer and worker transactional into relational of doing favors and who does favors for one. Another friends in this little act can recalibrate the whole nature of the roles and the expectations in those kinds of moments. Let me tell you a piece. That is very important in this process which you create the Your customers with the expectancy that were will come back to do business with you. There's a piece of needs to be a taken into consideration that when you are providing bonded to the customer you need to remind the customer undoing these because these are my values whether you come back not to you. We're not doing these. Because of me. Because i is what i am and this bar is so crucial in it provides a window into your authentic self and this is who i am in my business reflects who i am. I have seen many businesses unaddressed. Noor's that they do all of these kind of actions us business strips you need to create conditions social conditions the emotional conditions on dishes to be effective otherwise. The message doesn't come across the hundred percent gratitude. I realized in so this has been a great conversation. Thank you. Thanks again to oscar for joining us in gary david for co hosting this conversation it has been super interesting to think about the subversive power of anthropology for helping organizations understand their own culture helping folks rewrite their stories and to build in intrinsic motivation for driving positive change. I'd love to hear stories about your on working business if you work as a consultant or for an organization should be message at this. Anthro life. edgy mail dot com or dmv at this anther life. How have you used anthropology in business. What are some of the challenges that you faced. What are some of the successes that you won doing this kind of work. Today's episode was edited and produced with help by sarah mcdonnell and myself. It's been a pleasure as always. And i hope you are staying strong and safe out. There are madame game. We'll and we'll see you next..
"barrera" Discussed on This Anthro Life
"Crew all their pledges staff or the directors honours were in the room and i conducted the aci. The organizational ultra assessment tool or instrument and that workshop people were able to see the culture prevailing the company. Which was your article on people hated. They became aware they've became conscious. Or what was going on with this instrument. You only get a photograph. What's going on in the moment but also you project in the future. What is the kind of company ultra that people want to work it so everybody choose to work other product kind of culture where people were able to make the make also provide ideas based on the results were were product of people's consensus instead of just Obedience orders about what to do so. This was like a crucial moment or the company because everybody became very aware that would go on anymore with these kind of horrific culture. Want to do something different. So i decided i plan a senator biology's working on three lines. The first was make people aware of what they were at in terms of their culture is able to change people's story people needed to feel different people needed to deleted their pro-taiwanese or this actors of the characters of the movie. Right act of the movie instead of gills being the On the third line was to work on this system because most of the frisians among people were due to very broken seasons procedures. So you will be able to work on people's relationships if they're the cost will still prevail so. I took the workshops the people in different departments in order to arrive to the pain points in each department. A word. the depreciates the author departments. So you was inaugurating. Autocratic kind of atmosphere people voiced their issues people. Maybe proposal suggests have other change things so he was very collaborative kind of system. Our work on people arrive to different kinds of rules of systems to work for instance. Their sales people used to to send the orders to ship. Equipment the doctor said to any time during the day but the people in the storage room they were really stressed out because they ubs service arrived on the audio three pm so we had to package everything in very nicely on. the salespeople. were in-and-out at anytime. so they were very stressed out. Individuals game for these kinds of. This was only soon as maltese but that people would creating tensions among themselves. So we when. I looked at the workshops. People established a new set of rules and they have to be accountable for that so the first week wasn't even tense because people still wanted to drive their alm where you're doing things. After the first week things start the most that's so even in this idea of raising people's awareness of what their internal culture is like. It's a great example because it's simple but just having the sales team not realize that there is a shipping cut off as an extra analyses of the company of ups. Just doesn't run after three pm. Resin pick is is incredibly important detail that is partially communication and raising awareness. Yeah yeah and also. I said this is a company that things done. I've been expanded. So where before. There was this practice that that they sales people wanted to ship something. But if this the storage people didn't want to do it they all the boss. They called the honor on the owner. Gave your the goal and target because they post a mervyn's a so. There was a traffic influences right. We worship of the guy were shop. The the honor on the board of directors were there so they knew that they they were also participants of the chaos on. They have to be accountable themselves to so the everybody on the same page was key for the ultra just formation of his company when people become aware that they need to change and they they are aware that they need to change people change otherwise if you force them if you motivate them not Another nothing's going to happen. People need a reason about for does why the other bieler of melody west to change people's story the may people themselves a heroes or they're on a story right they have to eat in. Charge was not the bendon up on the honor or the board of directors. It we want to change we. We need to do something ourselves. We can notice beg for it. Changed the gun from outside of from somebody else. We do with our cells. That makes perfect sense. I'm curious what did that look like. In terms of helping people retail their stories are kind of become. The hero of their own story is that this is part of the workshop. They just knew that was these oscar. coming up. With these crazy workshops and gracie procedures gracie meetings who knows all of this is taking us but things are changing so they know that by putting people together in a room or team their pain points. I coming up with new solutions. They were changing their story to know that. I mean i knew it right. They were not even have to. That's what they after. Political gays is very important. Because you're able to see. Ordinary people will not training penalty and the funny thing about that is they. It's not that they can't see it because it's not there. It's visible but they lacked the ability to see at adam. And i were joking the other day and i said something like i noticed things. That's what i do. My job is to notice things. And we've been trained to see things that are right there to be seen but other people are going to miss because they don't know how to notice them and it doesn't have to be some major event often to send the the smallness of the moment that we can find the most important piece of information.
"barrera" Discussed on This Anthro Life
"Consultant gary david. Today we're sitting down with business anthropologist. Oscar pereira oscar is based out of aircrews mexico. And what. I love about his work as aims to bring some humanity into corporations through basic problem solving. I think this is one of the fundamental takeaways of this episode. We can't think about anthropology as a tool kit. That brings cuban center problem solving businesses and corporations. Now what's interesting about. Oscar and his profession is that he is able to kindle a greater sense of compassion within corporations through the application of basic anthropological theory whether that's generating intercultural communication in the workplace developing a more personal and individualized marketing scheme or just simply cultivating more benevolent altruistic and human relationship with consumers now while some might believe that. There's no space for collaboration between anthropology business or that there is some sort of unscrupulous or dishonorable notion to it. I just want to point out that it is my stance and the stance of this podcast. That that is just not true. Oscar helps us see how business as a form of exchange is fundamentally about human relationships now of course when we look at many corporations. It's easy to see how both employees and consumers can be exploited in preyed upon by people choosing to make bad selfish or in human decisions but the stories oscar shares in this episode. Help reveal the crucial ways that participation as an anthropologist within the business world becomes an ethical decision to act to try and better the lives of those within the system. And if we're being frank that means everyone so in this episode we're going to dig into oscar's journey from academia to the business world and how we can translate anthropological tools into real world application. And you're interested in doing more work in business for trying to figure out how to get into. This episode. has some really great examples. Where oscar walks us through how he did his anthropological work within business up. You enjoy thanks. Thanks for joining us today. We're really excited to talk with you and get your perspective as a business anthropologist and as an organizational consultant in your author you put together of course as you put together training so there's a lot of really great directions to start with so i think one of the things to start off is is a bit about your own superhero origin. Story in a little bit about how you decided to go study social sciences and anthropology and what that was like for you do e bologne story shore. I got my bachelor's degree in tourism studies in mexico city mexico city then by gossip. I end up in sentry soil. Scott us jap us on. I met cyril wallace's there. There was one particular that he he was. He's mitzi gun so funny fine but he was so funny. People extremely clever. And i said i want to be just like him. I wanted to be jewish guy. He's brilliant how he able to analyze society cultural things. I want to be just like him. And then i made a decision on policies on was invited to study are my studies of the university of washington invited by vandenberg. He'd better due to join the program and that's the end of seattle. Washington is studying apology. But basically i was fussing. Aided by the way of these see understand the world. I think it's a pretty common thing actually when people say to me. What's the difference between athropologists sociology. I usually say interpal are cooler and funnier. So i'm actually serious hang out the bunch of sociologists you would agree to though. I not surprised by your story that the anthropologists with bullets funny and cool and persuasive three things that sociologists often lack signs this like maybe internal social science debate right of yet which who's cooler as i'm curious house curfew found those too but a lot of dialogue actually from anthropologists. Like when i was in graduate school they would always be nobody ever calls anthropologists. They always call sociologist or economics when they need problem solved they being the public or government. Did you didn't people talking about that too when you were studying of. It's true no obsoleted. Neither here that the school. That's just maybe it's just that weird east coast thing just brandeis but it makes sense to actually talking to a colleague. Helen fisher also in anthropology biological anthropology the other week but she's Really been doing work on like love and sex and relationships has been studying that for years and she says yes. It's funny whenever i meet after apologised. I've never met one. That i didn't think was interesting. How might not liked it. But at least i've met plenty of sociologist. Who i did not think were interesting. So there again anthropologists being cooler and more interesting. I'm curious integrate. Studies focused on business itself. That was kind of a piece that you decided to build in to work. And when did that start to happen. When did that. The idea of thinking about the original culture. My interest in business started. After i finished might use the i live in an africa on europe was a year and a half overseas just leaving work in different places then i decided to laze my. My home means in berlin in germany so after driving to find a job as another apologies for ngos on for civil society international organizations Find a job you budgets. Were very tied. They were interested. You might But they have money. So i said i'm interested in waiting tables interested in in doing that. Are all this kind of minor will work. I want to really pursue careers. So i decided to return to mexico on star might business another biologists and a friend of mine released said. You gonna find the joe of your dreams whether you graded and i said yeah. That's very smart. i'm gonna do. I want go back to mexico and do it took me awhile. To divers have the courage and saquon tool fuel out these business world functions which is very different from. Yeah so tell us a bit about what.
"barrera" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast
"What is it that is you know i'll tell you when i first started my career. I thought about that you know. Our communities really are not accessing. Or don't wanna go to main mainstream mental health systems because Because a stigma because of all this stuff right like when i first started my career. That's what i what i thought about. And that's what i wrote about but not anymore I think about this in terms of literacy mental health literacy. I think about that. You know that mental health mental illness is really a whole different model. If you will. Then what where. I come from you know. We have our own mental health system so to speak. But it's just it's the same but it's different and so what i mean by. That is that we attribute so we think about like You know of people have heard of natsios. Nerves saint thing anxiety Sold all these common elements that are the same but we just call it different and now again like i said earlier now. I attribute that back to literacy letting the mental health literacy. But not you know. I always think about this like there needs to be a two way street. Meaning that the mental health curriculum education needs to learn about our mental health system to not just my community learning about the mainstream stream system medical system right so there needs to be to a two way street not just a wednesday street and it sounds like challenging this kind of colonial knowledge that that's often imposed on communities that you described with the boy That you're working with the long beach that it's maybe similar type of interested striving you yeah because look I always say this because this this curriculum. And what have you. I end up feeling it right because i have a lot of family and friends That make up the a lot of right here for the central san joaquin valley so the probabilities of a social worker going out. There are very high. That that know that i know of right like a friend or family would have you so I take it you know to me. It's personal right because we wanna make sure that That the these frameworks. When have you match the community or as as best as we can So what drives me. Is this this idea of as much good as you wanna do. You can do as much definitely and picking up the story. So how did you come back from texas to the central Central keene valley. Why did you want to come back. So after i graduated from. Ut arlington.
"barrera" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast
"That's exactly what i would like to do. I gotta learn more about you. Know my own culture and all this stuff and so i applied and got in. I ended up going to that program which was very very difficult. That was a very difficult program. So yes but then you. Can you know what that gave you. That's a really interesting idea. Kind of a bi-national bilingual phd program. I mean what kind of richness did that give you. That was different than maybe the more traditional type of education. You have long beach. Yeah it really gave me a whole different perspective. In terms of what is knowledge who creates knowledge and who validates knowledge. You know. I'm like okay. You know this is not what You just come back like a much more critical thinker. That's how that's like how. I can sum it up like you come back. Such a critical thinker. Because at that time. I ended up studying at the. She onuma then monterey leon which is in the northern part of mexico at that time there was only one. Phd program in social work in that country in mexico so the students who got accepted were like the cream of the crop and to listen to those students. And to be part of the the dialogues in discussions i mean that was a mind blowing opportunity and it just made me that much better like that much of a critical thinker and now i think about my education. I wouldn't change it for anything. I thank like thankful and grateful. Be those experiences you know. So yeah clark. That that's how i can sum it up and and i'm really curious about your your research doctor about asia because what what could you talk a little bit about the research you focus on and and what drives your passion for the the topics that that you've selected so my research in my interest have You know are in about Mental health mental distress that That area and specifically looking at.
"barrera" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast
"So i did like a lot of asking. I'm not lying for like a year and it took me a year to understand the difference like okay. Now i know it. A social worker does what it does. It cannot do but it all it all began. Because i was intrigued of these little. Of what i call a little Alcyone w w. I was intrigued by that But i also liked what my supervisor is doing. And i was like i wanna be that like i wanna be. How can i be that So that's how. I began to learn more about social work. And what you know what it entails but at the same time i thought to myself walmart. Are we doing some of that. You know what i mean. They come already helping people like you know Because i was working for that agency shields for families as a case manager. I would help you know the the kids the parents to services Counts all this other stuff on. Like i'm already kinda do at so. I ended up applying to not only well. I ended up applying to. I'm i wanna say like thirty programs throughout the united states and when i found out that long beach accepted me. I'll come already living here. You know. I already have a job here i. This is a perfect match. So i ended up going to the part time program at long beach state. So you worked at the same time that you did your masters yeah. I worked at the same time. So i was working And going to a long beach state. At the same time i went into the three year. Part time program there. So after that you ended up getting a phd in what pushed you on the road from going beyond your masters to to phd. And what kind of program did you go to so I know a lot of stories on what pushed me was my experiences in my master's program during my master's program. I tell the story that. I was like like literally fifteen minutes from being dropped from the program. Why was well. Because when i was going to field Internships i was going to I was i was. They had me at a elementary school and north long beach. And the demographic sir were like you know Seventy percent latino and thirty twenty twenty five percent african american black and five percent other right so it was very very diverse. And when i was there. The my field liaison my faculty instruct. I get i get those mixed up all the time but the person that was supervising me would say go to so-and-so's home and do this and do that do this right. And when i would go i wouldn't follow what that my my field instructor. And what have you would tell me to do because you don't do that in the culture so so give an example. I still remember so they would tell me for example Still remember the case. It was a ten year old boy. He was sucking students left. And right a ten year old latino boy right It was just angry. And when i would go to the.
"barrera" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast
"Welcome to the social. Work routes podcast. I'm chris clark and associate professor of social work. At the university of helsinki. And i'm pleased to welcome dr iran federa of the a professor at the california state university fresno california. Welcome dr clark. Thank you for having me appreciate the opportunity thank you. Why don't we start with you telling us a little bit about your background. Your identity where you came from absolutely you know before i start. I just wanna to say for the record that we miss you that fresno state in our department. Wow the whole university though community. Misses you dr clark to my identity. Wow that's a. That's a great question. How i identify as gano yup for international listeners. Who might not know what that means. Could you unpack that a little bit because people who are listening might not know anything about the central valley. Yes you know that's a very I find it so it's not a you know an uneasy it's very complex so You know chicanos are You know one would say you know. Third fourth generation of mexican descent correct. That's what i often hear. People say whose family comes from south of mikiko for the most part but there's also she got knows and that's why i say it's a very complex because you know like chicanos in california are different than she goes in texas. You know because you got a lot of people there. There has where you hear the the slogan we didn't cross border the border crossed us. You know so it's very. There's a lot there to unpack. And i feel like i'm split between chicano from california and an chicano from texas because we were migrant farm workers. There's eight in our family. And i'm third to the youngest and my my dad is from brownsville. Texas and my mom is from West texas dim it by morello. So you know we would drive six months through texas end up in california and then because of the you know The seasons of of agriculture picking cucumbers cleaning cotton picking tomatoes onions. Or what have you so we would we. Would you know. Spend six months in california. Six months in texas in we lived in a truck and back of a pickup truck nineteen seventy-three chevy long bid ahead had us all back there so in terms of identity you know i kind of Go back and forth between having feelings from the handles it..
"barrera" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"San Jose Barrera Kudos Hockey night. They're on the ice tonight at the HBC Events, Center and Cedar Park. Yes, that is great. Oh, man. Good news, huh? Oh, listen, the stars to their awesome Someone. Give us a preview. What do you expect tonight on the ice? What kind of action respect What's on the fast action left the hot skating and some awesome goals. There will be some hockey in this. Okay. All right. All right. What's new? What's new with the season? We got any new new players. We need to brag about. A lot of new players, a lot of new players and they have a thing called the taxi squad from the NHL. So the guys play up in Dallas sometimes and then sometimes they come down the Cedar Park and play so you'll get to see and I tell kids. Oh, that's awesome. That's exciting. They got that new hockey arena that's right across from the event center. What's the name of that place called? It's They get crossed their cross something well, the other's a breath and I stated there is it's great. It's a brand new kind of events center coming indoor hockey, youth and you know directly. I don't know for sure. I've been inside the place to be right across the toll road. It's a brand new business, and it's turned out to be like a really cool hockey place. Where they have a lot of beautiful but they have, like karate or something. There, too, for the kids, But it's like that. It's a variety of youths clearly open because of the cove in Yeah, Yeah, so what time's the pot drop? Think 77. O'clock. Seven o'clock. Don is when the puck drops, OK, we will play the national anthem. You Damn right! Oh, damn right we will and God's country they got Let's see $2 draft beers tonight..
"barrera" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Providing the physical environment, ventilation and other supports to make sure not only teachers or say Janitors are safer bus drivers. I Material workers are safe as well. And that's what we are working proof. Well, that's his clear as mud. We have to prove it's safe to reopen schools now, dude, you don't get it. That's like telling those churches. You just won the big lawsuit against your rear end, forcing you to reopen them that they have to prove that they're safe. No, the burden of proof is on you. You know what the proof is, Though? The proof is it is okay to reopen schools. Take a look at all the red States. My dear, Take a look at all the red state kids that are having good educations. Good good schooling, safe schooling and what's going on there? Nothing. There is no comparison point better than what's going on. In those other school district's What about the proof that CDC has provided and all the scientific studies? What about the proof of an increase in teen suicides? What about the proof of all these magic medical experts, saying it's more important to reopen the schools now than ever? The burden of proof is on you, Mr Newsome as to why you want to continue to count out the teachers union. Alex, listen to Barrera. Richard Barrera, the president of the San Diego Unified School District. Is he drawing a line in the sand saying, Hey, Lori Lightfoot or hate teachers. We've you know, we've got to do what Lightfoot did. But let's get back to school. Here's Barrera Audio 11. Well, First of all, our schools are not open because even under the governor's public health guidelines are case rates are still too high. In San Diego County. So you know, case rights have been moving in a positive direction, and we're hoping That the case rates will soon be I low enough that we can open up our open up our schools or begin our process of opening up our schools. But we also rubble. You know, we believe strongly that it is appropriate for educated to be vaccinated. All right, so I've been there. So basically, we need the case right to be seven per 100,000. He knows that that's unattainable. He knows it. All right. He's lying to you by saying No, we're just waiting for us to meet the standards set by Governor Newsome, which you know are completely unattainable. But I don't know if my mouth is moving then maybe you think that I actually give a rip about kids. By the way we have to full Vaccinate all teachers. But the CDC said you don't need to fully vaccinate them. And if we waited to vaccinate them all, we're not gonna have any education till at least the fall. Oh, by the way, we're never gonna get below seven. Even you know, with a full year of vaccinations. So what you're telling us is the kids can basically go suck it that that they're just gonna have tol You know whether the storm as long as the teachers union continues to say we get checks for staying home. That that's the name of the game. Oh, and if you're looking for clarity, here's President Joe Biden, Audio five. I think it's time for school through open safely safely. You have to have fewer people the classroom. You have to have ventilation systems that have been reworked. Our CDC commissioner was going to be coming out with science based judgment within, I think as early as Wednesday. As the land with the minimum requirements are Oh, so we have to do smaller classroom sizes, which means hire more teachers, which means build. Also more classroom space. Oh, a new ventilation systems. I'm sure that'll take an hour. A day a week. Well at government speed, probably a year. New ventilation systems is what we need. Are they doing that a red states? No, No, they're not. There's no problem. So even if we have a governor, we've got a president. We have a school board chair who all are basically lying to us here in California, So here's the deal. I never thought I'd say this. We need to demand a little bit more. Lori Lightfoot in terms of how you deal with these unions coming up how we light a fire under Newsome Barrera. Biden. Anyone who's standing in the way of our kids going back to school. That's on the two mile report. First traffic. Carl We had a problem of the Spring Street on ramp to the North won 25 from helper San Diego 100 dealers Traffic center, but they cleared the crash. Reopen the ramp. South 1 25 still busy from the Grossmont summit down toward Spring Street and then or 15 is a busy one still from Mission Up to Winchester Road on my Can Cock with Coco Sex Real time Traffic update coming up in 5 33. Hey, let's talk about saving you money on your taxes. Right now. There are a lot of tax changes that have been putting it put into place.
"barrera" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. This'll is NPR news. Well, if you're out driving this morning listening to KQED, whether you have mittens on we hope you have both hands on the wheel. Joe McConnell reporting all morning. Lots of crash is out there. One of the biggest, too slow downs behind It Crashes North 11 coming north from Morgan Hill up into South San Jose crash near Cody Creek. You're Bailey Road with the backup almost to Cochran and also a substantial jam on 5 80 eastbound Dublin grade because of a collision about an hour old dear, eat near a Rale ranch middle of the canyon. Three lanes are blocked the backup almost to Eaton Canyon. Westbound is slow to from about hacienda and upgrade bitches. Rubberneckers. No crashes in that side anymore. We did have a really big one earlier. And also new problem for San Jose to Eddie South Bend at seventh Street, more smash cars, one of wonder that your butt boy into the might be a new one. Joe McConnell for KQED traffic support comes from European sleep works. Good morning. I'm Dave Freeman. With a perspective on KQED. It's 6 43. Many of us are looking for silver linings these days. Who would have thought that love would be in the air? Why are media's Adan Barrera has this perspective about love in the pandemic? In my relationship. I give my girlfriend Daisy everything. I don't mean this in a materialistic way, but more than I'm willing to do anything to see her beautiful smile. I was talking to my sister about relationships, and I shared how I bought Daisy. Every item she liked at the grocery store for our first date or how I keep my phone ringer on that night to make sure Daisy has someone to talk to in case she can't sleep. My sister looked at me and called me a sip. I didn't know what she was talking about. But by her look, I could tell it wasn't a compliment. Apparently, a simple is someone who does way too much for a person They like. I didn't realize feeding your girlfriend kindly was looked down upon often see other guys my age, treating their girlfriends with disrespect. Reason spanning from that's what she deserves to gotta let him know who's boss. I was always disgusted by this and shocked to learn men enjoy treating their girlfriends this way. As 11. Next man, You are supposed to act macho and not seem vulnerable around women. But that's just not me. I like expressing myself. If that means I'm not considered much. Oh, that's okay. Don't need to fit the stereotype. Last year was a tough year for me between a crazy election. Ah, worldwide pandemic and being confined to my house. Being in a relationship has been the best part of the last 12 months. Keep in the relationship during quarantine is hard, especially when every restaurant event and fun place to go is closed. However, I'm making it work with Valentine's Day around the corner. I'm sure you can imagine. I'm planning on going all out. I know people will say I'm too young, but I took a chance with love during an unexpected time and it has brought me nothing but joy. Can't say love will last forever. But for what it is, I'm glad it's here. Whenever my sister calls me a simp. Now I'll take that as a compliment with a perspective on my thumb Beretta Don Moreira 21 lives in San Lorenzo. His perspective comes to us this morning from wire media share your thoughts on his commentary, online a kqed dot org's slash perspectives. And support for perspectives comes from Leaf, Cabraser, Heimann and Bernstein, seeking justice.
"barrera" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The University of California. To maintain appropriate safety standards and not implement waivers for staffing requirements were putting tremendous pressure on them not to apply for this waiver. Nurses say they need more staff to care for patients, and they hope elective surgeries could be postponed. Marilyn Haider KOGO NEWS Dr Anthony Fauci is updating the federal government plans for vaccine distribution, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and Medical Advisor Dr Anthony Fauci addressed vaccines that are cut Mean singling out the Johnson and Johnson offering and the data it hopes to provide looking at efficacy not only in the United States but also in South Africa and in Brazil, where two recent variants have originated found, she says, results of that phase three trial are expected next month. As far as the UK variant is concerned, Fauci says current vaccines available should be more than enough to fight it. That's Colonel Scott reporting. CDC has come out with some data showing schools can be safe if precautions were taken on campus and in the community. So what does that mean for the second largest school district in the state, the Health Protection agency says students and staff must mask physical distance and the school needs to be ventilated. School Board President Richard Barrera says San Diego Unified, making the necessary changes, and especially wants to go a step further with airflow to fight covert 19 going back and reviewing the air conditioning system with stronger air filters. That we ventilation a classroom is and the very top of the priority list that the scientists have consensus about as unnecessary medication factor in school. Barrera says They have been working with a team of scientists at UC San Diego since last summer, and he also says until the county's case rate goes down, students won't be allowed to come back to campus. Phil Farrar, KOGO news Garment of homeland security warning law enforcement agencies across the country about a heightened threat environments after the election that could lead to acts of domestic terrorism. President Biden was sworn in seven days ago, and DHS has issued a national terrorism advisory system bulletin warning that the increased threat of potential violence could persist for several weeks. The bulletin do not reference any specific threats but ask people to report any suspicious behavior, including online activity to law enforcement or to the FBI. Former President Donald Trump may submit a written letter is a part of his defense for the Senate's impeachment trial. That's according to a report from NBC News, which claims Trump is contemplating the move as he expands his legal team. It's unclear exactly what that potential letter would say. The report also claims Trump is not planning to appear in person to defend himself at the trial, which is slated to begin the week of February. 8th. I'm Brian shook. Ah, former San Diego County sheriff's deputy has been ordered to stand trial in the shooting death of an escaped prisoner 24 year old Aaron Russell, who resigned from the sheriff's department after the May 1st shooting has been charged with second degree murder in the death of Nicholas Bills bills was arrested for threatening a park ranger with a golf club in old Town State Park. After he was taken to the downtown jail. He managed to get out of his handcuffs and push a truck door The Ranger before running away and being shot in the back arm and thigh. Deputy District Attorney Stephen Mark Wired, you are regarding homicide plays out weighing a lethal use of force may be justified and the law protects officers and justifying appropriate uses of force but also protects the public in bright line. What is or what is not appropriate when you serve lethal force is applied. Russell's defense attorney says the deputy thought bills had a metal object in his hand. Be a threat to the public. Jack Cronin. Cuckoo News today is the 35th anniversary of the space shuttle Challenger explosion, one of the deadliest tragedies in America's space program. All seven people onboard astronauts Dick Scobee, Michael Smith, Ronald McNair, Ellison on Asuka, Gregory Jarvis, Judas Resnick and teacher Christa McAuliffe or killed For many of McAuliffe's former students at the New Hampshire school, where she taught the memory of that day still haunts them. She didn't get to teach those lessons. She really wanted to teach us that's hard to swallow now. You know? They like millions of school kids across the country. Watch that disaster live as it happened. I remember exactly where I was. I was on an off ramp going from Amarillo, Texas, to Canyon, Texas about Theo head home. And the news came on. And I remember going what and kind of doing that, you know, like weird last thing that you do when you're really nervous about something. It just made me incredibly nervous for some reason, And it just that is always stuck with me. Just that moment where you just went. Oh, my God. California's unemployment office. Not the only place targeted by fraudsters. We've got that coming up. We have your real time Traffic in your updated weather in three minutes. Kogo news time. 60 wait. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs..
Black Friday 2020: Shoppers flock to Citadel Outlets for deals despite pandemic
"At the Citadel outlets here in Southern California. Shoppers lining up with masks on outside and hearing L. A county's new rules restricting numbers inside of retail stores. Kristina Barrera is out shopping long way so keep social distance between us. In the other shoppers. I think it's fine in the National Retail Federation expects sales to increase this year is people use money that they would have otherwise spent on trips that never happened during the
Police identify pair accused of kidnapping 1-year-old Chamblee, Atlanta boy
"Home, say one year old Matteo Barrera was in a stroller on a walk with his mom near their apartment where the suspects kidnapped him at gunpoint. His aunt Jessica Bamaca, tells Channel two action news. You have no idea who they are personal. We don't know where they came from. You don't know what their intentions were Mater and Kristen Valera Zuniga are charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault. Police say Mateo's mom fought hard, grabbing their gun, even tearing away a piece of Mainers plaid shorts and pulling off one of his sneakers before they took off with her toddler. They were arrested hours later in Carroll County, Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB WSB News Time is 11 0 to Georgia Football
Christopher Davalos, Torres And Riquet Barrera discussed on Charlie Parker
"To police as you'll recall Christopher Davalos claimed he left his car with the motor running in the doors unlocked. It a strip center parking lot off and Riquet Barrera to go into a store, and when he came back the woman who seat on the video had stolen the car and police even later released photographs taken by surveillance video of a woman carrying a car seat. But now they've determined that that was not only entirely staged. But there was a. Third person who is involved in. This who is the person who took anti Torres to the location and dropped her off. So she could walk to the car and steal the car to make all this look like this little baby was kidnapped as part of a car theft. When in reality police say now that was not the case. The police chief obviously has no time whatsoever for the Davila family at this point. You'll recall we were talking yesterday about how the family was telling anybody who would listen that the police were incompetent. They were bundling the investigation they were doing their own investigation. Trying to throw police off with fake leads. The chief said Christopher Davalos has spent more time since he's been in jail talking to the media then talking to his own detectives, and he said in very very sternly. This is a quote, he said, even if you're not directly involved in this. If you are withholding information or you have lied to the police, we will charge you at the conclusion of this investigation. So the chief has had up to here with this case, obviously this baby is in grave danger. And hopefully, we'll get to the bottom of this sometime today, but it is a very disturbing case. Dow to say the least all right news director, Jim foresight morning, commentary gyms back again at eight ten a its charity McCurdy for Belgians automotive. In temperatures are all over the place. We get into the high sixties for days, then bam. Here comes another big freeze. Don't get.
Rep. Chris Collins, tagged with insider trading charge, will now suspend reelection campaign
"As you've been hearing. Republican congressman from New York Chris Collins is suspending his reelection campaign that's amid allegations. Of insider trading, Collins may the announcement this morning he. Pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges that he used inside information on a biotech company to help his. Friends and family avoid hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses at the. Time he vowed not to end his reelection. Bid Collins. Says he does plan to finish his term and fight what he calls the. Meritless, charges against him the three term congressman represents parts of western New York he was the first sitting congressmen to endorse Donald. Trump for
Narrow Republican lead in Ohio's 12th District is too close for comfort for GOP
"Voters in Tuesday's are still waiting to find out who won after guest as primary. Elections the most not Contests is the. Special election for Ohio's twelfth congressional district Republican Troy Balderstone, is holding a razor thin. Margin over democrat Danny O'Connor it's also too, close to call in the race for the Republican nomination. For, governor in