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"black perspective" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"It sticks and it's really cold kept saying he was my show only been two weeks in the craziest thing to happen to me. Is people running up all the. I don't know how to take the new. I'm like look this girl jumped out at potbellied me brushing your bitches tonight. All the one who claim klay anybody pull up. Pop packers you punch you in your face. Pair we gotta go and we appreciate you for joining us. Shot the indianapolis. Y'all get them tickets on the land and makes you you get the tickets a night. 'cause i need to see somebody other than people on the street highland in a row. Like the crazy thank your. I love. y'all but i hate breakfast club. Solomon you've got a positive note. I'm pat do the positive. No give give them a knife positive. No going into the weekend met. This is your positive note. Can you please cut your unemployment out. So cheap for leaking some employees. And i can not be stuck in the drive through all day. Boom cut get go back to work. People we need all chick-fil-a the kristen chicken behind don't back to work you. Can i just say that. Go back you damn job there. You go breakfast club. Finish the stories that are affecting. The black community are being covered on the information network. Not a show or podcast. Bin is a twenty four seven news network covering stories from a black perspective. Listen to the black information that work on the iheartradio app and get news four and by the black community anywhere anytime keeping you informed keeping you engaged the black information network and b. i n. News dot com..
"black perspective" Discussed on Under the Influence
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"black perspective" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Stuff to blow your mind. It's production of heart. Radio for more podcasts. My heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows the free iheartradio app goes wherever you go so you can hear all the things you love. That's exactly why we made it. So you can bench all your favorite podcasts. Anytime you want and yes. It's totally free. Add to that being able to stream live radio stations from all over the country and even all over the world from your favorite local stations. Too far off stations and give you a flavor of another city. Iheart has it all number one for music radio and podcasts. All in one free app if you have a phone and the free iheartradio app. You have thousands of podcasts on demand the you can binge anytime you want from anywhere. You wanna listen. We love music too. So we curated hundreds playlists to fit any mood or activity. And of course you can bring your favorite radio stations with you wherever you bring your phone. Only on the iheartradio app number one for music. Radio and podcasts. All in one app the stories that are affecting the black community are being covered on the black information network. Not a show or podcast. Bin is a twenty four. Seven news network covering stories from a black perspective listened to the black information that work on the iheartradio app and get news four and by the black community anywhere anytime keeping you informed keeping you engaged the black information network and b. i n. News dot com..
"black perspective" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Embarrassing things. Kids say my momma going to be a minister. 'cause she called jesus late-night act things that you said mama breath blue you'll save that okay Embarrassing things keys saying this was actually wasn't true statement. Mind if you actually made clear how come you have the same money. Do the same thing room about shut up. You know how yeah. Music artist embarrassing kids. Momma thing won't go down. Yes that's back grocery store my embarrassing things. Kids say you hold out of shed for that. White man came over here. Why are you can embarrassing things keys. Eight michelle how and lisa just left. I'll see job twit talk. It's an things kids. Say mom your wig crooked again. All right you want kids say last. One mama would over the doe last night. Why was daddy on his knees in the bay. Comparising that all right ladies and gentlemen. That's comedy roulette from the guy. We'll be back with more of today's trending stories. On the steve harvey morning show at twenty minutes. After right after. You're listening to morning. Show all right this story's interesting guys a fewer babies in case you didn't know fewer babies are named karen these days because you know no one wants to name their baby girls karen anymore and this is according to the social security administration. The name karen has plummeted in popularity. we all know that the name karen is linked to viral videos of white women acting. Insensitive you know being racist ed's acting privileged all of the above. So no one. No one wants to name their babies karen anymore. Names fellow damn showing a lot of lucinda. Nomo is a lot of still fell off after. Slavery ain't no freedom fritos very rarely hear me. Baby gladdest like mad. Clovis only no one harpo i like maurice only. I've only heard one person in my life name arsenio. I've never met office very unique me. All right we'll have more of the steve harvey morning show coming up thirty minutes after right after this. You're listening to morning show all right. So steve earlier this week. You mentioned that you saw this video the other day When jazy you know when he was asked about and he said that dms inspired him to step up his stage game. If you recall the to tour together back in nineteen ninety nine on hard. Knock life tour and jay said watching d. Mex- made him improve his performances. He discussed it on the brunt. James's show the shop. Take a listen gone. And i'm like you know. I wanna see two for you. This his on before and he goes no remix goals deafening. And i'm like. Oh we have things like the and hennessy mixed. It looks like blood drinking the blood running back wall to one to halfway through the show. Then he takes his shirt off the dog chain and he's gone nuts right. I'm like bertha. Gaza going crazy now the girls and then he gets to the end and he starts now and i'm like so then it begs the question guys who inspired you to step your game up steve. Well honestly speaks because the show but j. jerry brown wants to first major influence. I had in comedy man this too. He was such animal up there man and i didn't know how to do it like he was doing. He was in front of white people doing black jokes just and just it. Y'all y'all don't laugh go somewhere but the and it came from came from a real black perspective and i was sending out studying back man. How dare you say what you want to say. He was just doing jokes. And i'm a it was my first week out on the and that ten days help was up. I opened for me man. 'cause that's when i started saying hold up man. I got to get to be me because this do was just black and stage and making money in headline so for me in the very beginning. I kid you not. It was just dude right. He'll j. anthony brown in this started all of friendship that has been around for over thirty some years man and that's real talk man. That's the co detail. My story of don't put jae in day. Dane told my story because he was dead coming up in his our last break of the day. It is the last break of the day jam. It y- read of the filibuster and forty nine minutes after. Of course we'll have some closing remarks from the one..
"black perspective" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show
"I'm jay. richardson from the fresh anointing. Show won't to let you know that we're getting ready to start a new segment. It's entitled a church from the black prospective right ear on the fresh anointing show. You can catch us every tuesday evening at eight pm. As we talk about different issues about the black church and i- world today we're living through a traumatic nuance point in the world. There are many that are hurting from a series of pandemics covid. Nineteen out economic downfall. And of course the issues of racial justice. Where is the church in all of this in our world today. You don't wanna miss this so market calendars every tuesday at eight pm. We're gonna be talking about church back in the day and church today. Along with my new co host reverend dr emory berry pastor of green forest baptist. Church in decatur georgia. He's also a professor at emory university in atlanta. Welcome to the show pastor. Thank you so much sir dr. Richardson for is allowed. Me to be a part and If you're doing some amazing work. And i'm just excited to partner with the join you in this awesome work as we seek to move things forward. So don't forget to tell your family and friends about the new segment on the fresh anointing show church from the black perspective as we drop some nuggets from back in the day and also today as we experienced life in the midst of a new era and multi generations of people is. How do we now Our research the diverse group of people.
"black perspective" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"black perspective" Discussed on KOMO
"Differently ABC's Pierre Thomas thanks is always appreciated thanks very according to a twenty sixteen justice department report one in four police officers in the United States is either black or Hispanic or black officers the past two weeks have been a very different experience that for many of the rest of us ABC's laudable leases been talking to some of those officers get there perspective when I take off this uniform I am Sandra bland when I take off this uniform I am Brianna Taylor sergeant Carl however it has been on the front lines of protests and demonstrations in Denver Colorado I can tell you that that that blue uniform is a barrier for people seeing my message saying my values that's aside as a black woman she stands in solidarity with the demonstrators saying issues that they're fighting we're along those same lines the devaluing of black lives the abuse of power systemic racism we're still having to March we're still having to encourage someone to open up their eyes to see the black perspective all things from the black lands and so when I'm out there I'm like wow we were still having to do this in twenty twenty and that's a shame and that's disappointing she says it is a difficult position to be in with calls nationwide too deep on the police or abolish department altogether there's two ways ways that you can fix something you can fix it from the outside and then you can choose the fix it from the inside like myself and hundreds of other minority officers have decided to do this system of policing this this policing machine wasn't designed for us you know we have to be honest about that after the death of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and so many others concerned about systemic racism in law enforcement has come to the forefront chief Medaria Arradondo with the Minneapolis police department race is inextricably.
"black perspective" Discussed on KOMO
"Than for many of the rest of us ABC's Lionel Molly's it's been talking to some of those officers to get their perspective when I take off this uniform I am Sandra bland when I take off this uniform I am Brianna Taylor sergeant Carl however it has been on the front lines of protests and demonstrations in Denver Colorado I can tell you that that that blue uniform is a barrier for people seeing my message to my values that's aside as a black woman she stands in solidarity with the demonstrators saying issues that they're fighting we're along those same lines the devaluing of black lives the abuse of power systemic racism we're still having to March we're still having to encourage someone to open up their eyes to see the black perspective all things from the black lands and so when I'm out there I'm like wow we were still having to do this in twenty twenty and that's a shame and that's disappointing she says it is a difficult position to be in with calls nationwide too deep on the police or abolish department altogether there's two ways ways that you can fix something you can fix it from the outside and then you can choose the fix it from the inside like myself and hundreds of other minority officers have decided to do this system of policing this this policing machine wasn't designed for us you know we have to be honest about that after the death of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and so many others concerned about systemic racism in law enforcement has come to the forefront chief Medaria Arradondo with the Minneapolis police.
"black perspective" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Treated differently maybe sees Pierre Thomas thanks is always appreciated thanks to a twenty sixteen justice department report one in four police officers in the United States is either black or Hispanic or black officers the past two weeks have been a very different experience than for many of the rest of us maybe she's liable leases been talking to some of those officers get there perspective when I take off this uniform I am Sandra bland when I take off this uniform I am Brianna Taylor sergeant Carl however it has been on the front lines of protests and demonstrations in Denver Colorado I can tell you that that that blue uniform is a barrier for people seeing my message saying my values that's aside as a black woman she stands in solidarity with the demonstrators saying issues that they're fighting we're along those same lines the devaluing of black lives the abuse of power systemic racism we're still having to March we're still having to encourage someone to open up their eyes to see the black perspective all things from the black lands and so when I'm out there I'm like wow we were still having to do this in twenty twenty and that's a shame and that's disappointing she says it is a difficult position to be in with calls nationwide too deep on the police or abolish department altogether there's two ways ways that you can fix something you can fix it from the outside and then you can choose the fix it from the inside like myself and hundreds of other minority officers have decided to do this system of policing this this policing machine wasn't designed for us you know we have to be honest about that after the death of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and so many others concerned about systemic racism in law enforcement has come to the forefront chief Medaria Arradondo with the Minneapolis police department race.
"black perspective" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Had with a large boy Hey Mike Christy or what is wrong with about loose black perspective that's right keep like it was so it just happened it was so unconscious and then I finally realized wait a minute shut up you old man let them have their fun for I think everyone had a moment where you've just a rationally just now because of the circumstances were and you know just like us just get back I did this other dole thank goodness you were crusty Kitty because you're reminded me I almost had that moment yesterday moments after I look at that dumb graphic and I don't know why my voice is going up and down like Regis but anyway so I'm I'm I'm on the Hennepin Avenue bridge and I hope this SOB is listening to the show because this was disgusting this younger couple I would say in their mid to late twenties with wall a walking toward main street towards St Anthony main all I was walking on the Hilton Avenue bridge toward downtown and there's a couple in this dude I'm about six two he was shorter than me probably about five seven blonde hair all I hope you're as girlfriend is a my talker because you were disgusting we're walking and this guy they're talking about it and I I do I was walking you don't even know why I was walking I was walking at that point a slow walk put plenty of time to see these two and as I was walking past them and it was windy yesterday in Amman a bridge that guy does that that dude saying worry hoc supple Luki it's over he spits over the rail to rail well he tried to because the wind blowing in my direction and I was just like cut him a look and what are you kidding me he's like sorry dude I'm like okay now you have two strikes you spit on me and you called me dude I don't like to go bro dude don't can't be spitting in the wind you guys you can't be doing a John Dawson off the Titanic it's in the corona virus yeah this video is through the pool and like I would be one of the rules of the Major League Baseball comes back no spitting well that's an Avenue bridge the following day yeah gross little man on he didn't find his his girl well you know just body he did it because a lot of guys I don't I don't I've never understood it I don't get the spitting thing with with where's it coming from dudes but he I see guys do all the time any did it it wasn't like it he just didn't look almost like a reflex but because it was windy that yeah you can't you can't do that anymore do you some people just have more mucus than others no Eric don't use that M. word grow how lex slow with lex just had some videos or something I don't know it's not like you're a.
"black perspective" Discussed on 2Rich2Miss
"And she was straighten up because she hated the way. The draw may feel and mother knew that this so now we can use it the same way. The system is use it to you. Understand what I'm saying. Now become form into the system. What said you need this? I'm telling y'all is so twisted sick. We don't have enough sense to say. I need her to be the best. I need him to be his best and I'm not drawing them. Maybe it shows system. Maybe it's the way. Oh you don't know how to handle our boys because is happening a lot with our boys young and then they go on through this whole process and I mean mean. Shifting doses shifting. You're going you know Nancy. You have readily have adderall. You so you know you have many other ones that they're putting together to do certain things and so you are now setting these child up to abuse a substance and it only grows from there because he's young on this. He's going to have something stronger as you get older. And let's also not forget about the fact that this gets them in the mindset of being used to going to a pharmacy and taking a big name versus thinking about a holistic standpoint no community much if you dealing in the system if you're in the system you're going by that countered people in Women's single mothers who have all five of her children owning in her mind. They needed. They needed they needed. And I think maybe you needed it to to be able to and I mean it's so deep the rabbit hole goes really really deep and it's different layers different factors involved with it but the whole point is to get the children to behave in a certain way and in every child is is affected differently like you mentioned the weight gain. Weight Loss Zion. They can't sleep and they think about the war that go on in the brain. Think about the when they don't have it worsens when they do get it. There is a major shift waves of absolute just by having a glitch in your computer when computer stop flashing or the screen. Go black shutdown. That's what happens in the brain and shooting and it makes them just sitting at the desk shutout and then the key is who's fighting it you know. And whatever their their ways she hated. She don't like the Way Makerfield. She potting makes a party aggressive a little bit and then because he's fighting and he's fighting it enough the bodies resisting so they're going to increase the dosage To get affected they Hollywood's song hazy on that level. What I've just kind of researched and found is that a Lotta Times. The brain has already began to develop an express itself in the personality of the Child. And what these chemicals are attempting to do that is not on. The bottle is actually attempting to reprogram the brain. The brain is a complex organ that is comprised of chemical chemicals themselves but also the ability to balance certain chemicals and produce certain chemicals. Each chemical release has a function. And you're also during this. This is this is brain hacking. Oh yeah on a level that again. It's neurological than most of us. Don't even really resin. We don't really touch that side of the of existence because the brain is very complex yet. Beautiful but what they're doing is they're trying to simply redistribute the neurological transmissions and the connections of chemicals that affect nerves nand function in a human being. I mean I don't even know who told people that number one. This was a good idea to they. Were actually smart enough to do it. Right exactly yeah. Glad you mentioned that because from the Black Perspective. They have been experimenting us. Oh absolutely years many many years to controllers and you have to understand that this is not new distant method. Different remember gave out of men syphilis experiment and they knew they had a cure penson would adult but they never gave it to the people they let it expert for. Forty Years Psalm Psalm. Some of their bodies resisted never even had an effect some pressed it on today to their wives in new girls. And you know do sex. It transmitted that what I'm telling you. And they were they. When they got the cure they never gave it to any of those men. And I'm telling you right now. It's the same boys right now. We're dealing with this The vaccinations that's a whole nother. Podcast but it all ties into debt right there because we get vaccinated every three months from birth. Soon as you get here they stop pricking you put in. Our little bodies are not even able to to to deal with all of that chemical stuff and they put in three and one vow measles mumps rubella is one one back if you go to the CDC website. There's a schedule vaccinations when we were getting it. Was they have an over? Fifty I think is in the seventies now back so we will get many and when our parents and much at all. Cdc Dot Org. I believe it is well. Cdc DOT COM. Go look at this vaccination schedule to blow your mind of modern things that are doing to these kids. Trying to prevent this a prevent- prevent this same thing. I had his office as we have experienced is crazy they wanNA give my son fee members. You Know Garcia Him. Why population control? They don't want him to be making. Kids sterilize him. Which is the reason why we have to wipe parents have to be extra extra attentive in everything tells me as we do. We go winning recommend honestly speaking. I will consult you know multiple physicians and I would actually really. I would research every vaccination that you know these particular doctors the same materials you need to look into it and you know and it's just loving your own and you got to know that we live in a really really sick world and there's a lot of sick twisted people on this planet that are in positions to rule over the people that they don't believe have enough sense to rule on himself. And you can't be naive about that. That's true and I know a lot of years. We've been naive about that because a lot of us simply weren't raised to be evil and sinister and we didn't experience that in in in the house but there are people who really could care less about human life and more about green dollars and you know they really really put that money in a place where you know. We normally don't put it. They put it above everything and they're willing to do anything to get it including sterilized. Kill and hopefully you don't have kids. They will do everything they can to. Simply with the less we have to deal with the better live through the battle the planet will be and I knew it was twisted and sick but is true and now and go on to the planned parenthood. Oh God oh my day off the worst and look where they put them you know. Put HIM IN. And they put him in the low income. Poverty stricken areas but in higher income we fertility they want to preserve the rights emmy. He's been said they won't to preserve their race and make us over here and make real easy and easy access to stop and killing your kids and all this kind of stuff to kind of gather situations and things like that and then me. And then they've taken the fetuses and selling it. Oh my gosh they do. They do it in a way that it doesn't damage is so sick it's really twisted is really summer is really sad. And it's scary and we need to be educated as women and men to be able to when you see things to be aware because that's one of the reasons that's one of the ways you're going to be able to counteract when you are aware true if you're not aware of it in a haunt you you'll find yourself following the systems way and then when you see results are negative. You just go to the doctor. If that's the way you said the system has to perform and that's the way you do you get zip taking your medicine. You feel better right. That's the system from Earth. And they do it every way schools for the kids you as an adult. We had to go every year for a checkup and all that kind.
"black perspective" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"My goodness my gracious what's so funny is the reaction from the black community as we say I left a couple of other comments snarky comments on a some of my friends Facebook page reporters so we knew we know you're gonna report we know you're going to call that we just didn't know you'll be there that fast I can't help myself because of the party that judges everything through the race the identity politics party this is just so delicious you have a a black perspective and I'm using the cold thing to see a lot of folks in the community didn't think that that camallo Heris was authentic because the dad was from Jamaica and and her mom was from in the so like Barack Hussein Obama the book brought to sing about his father was from Kenya and his mom is from Kansas so what what what was it that made Obama back we'll see well he married Michelle Obama who has laid blood see because Barack Obama did not have laid but neither did come out here somewhere she went to college she did join a black sorority and while she was in college she did say she smoked a blunt she smoked a Doobie marijuana wise to listen to to park into Biggie Smalls even though when Qemali here's was in college two parking biggest malls were we're not out there performing at one thing she did not say that Willie brown yeah he said it was open secret out there in California with the Browns say you know she kind of slipped away into this thing yeah what will why would you say that because you slept with her him she slept with him I'm gonna get my gender fluidity here messed up he rolled to op ed articles on it that's what we call her karma sutra can a while well today that whole thing came to an end and I gotta tell you you know what you the this was not lost on the news media you had senator kamasutra she went for the king she went for care by that first debate she tried to take them out with the racial bustle busing issue Shiva lied about it talk about how she was part of the first class to be integrated where she was growing up which was just that off by ten years she got the blow when they're she she hit by then to come out at the knees on forced busing but that it failed a reminder you.
"black perspective" Discussed on 2Rich2Miss
"To rich dimissed. podcast a place that is committed to educate motivate and informed the black listener about ways ways they can live their best lives now using the skills and potential that already lies within discussing topics relevant to the unapologetically adequately woke black population. Do you know who you really are. Let's go Warning the information you're about out to here may be offensive to certain listeners. UNFILTERED truth on the way if the truth offends you. I suggest you stop listening now. How welcome to the to rich demus? PODCAST I am your host. Richard Hawks and I am joined by my guest and Co host this this week my wife and mother and educator and all of that and strong black woman etc etc.. My wife Cherise all right and this week this episode episode ten. We are going to be talking about home-schooling from a black perspective Now as we've mentioned and one of our earlier in one of the first episode that was put out That we did homeschool. Do we home school. Both of our children and our oldest is gone off to college on a scholarship to play basketball Wanted to find facts acts on that we might not have. We might have kind of breezed across them. Really dig off into too much was that Educationally speaking speaking. I'm a big part of his scholarship. was academic the majority of his scholarship axe with academic and the majority the joy of his education was home schooled and when he went from being home-schooled into the into the private school sector did that we put him into It was really just for exposure I And Education was important but his quality of education was already really kinda being taken care of and handled so we wanted to kind of talk about the home schooling perspective the home schooling from a black perspective because is very very important that we educate our own Because there's a lot of ties with as a misunderstanding and quite frankly white people might not just no they just don't know what to do with us and now and all the time We don't fit into just one specific moat as as black people. We are a very diverse race of people Within ourselves in I mean every black person. Listen to this podcast passes different. You know in one way shape form or fashion and we aren't all educated the same and sometimes some of us have you know learn differently Some of US learn quicker than others Most of US learn faster than others Some of us you know. Don't learn as fast As others and you know there's just differences so home schooling provides quite a few things And I kinda wanted to just kind of jumped right in Dan and go through a few a few had a basic things and just kinda start right from the top So cerise what would you say. Home schooling is to you in your opinion What is home schooled? And I mean obviously we can know that it's providing school ruler at home. But what is it to you home. Schooling to me is just bad on being able to educate my children and their interest based on this one of the things that I believe. We miss in the public schools because it's not tailored to the interest of the child is tailored to the interest of the system so home schooling to me has been able to actually just focus in on the interest of the children. Okay cool yes totally agree Yeah and that's a good thing to to bring up versus the public school aspect and also just from the aspect aspect of of classroom size Most public schools are have pretty large class sizes and you know and that can be a factor India India quality of the education As well and I wanted to Kinda rental a few statistics lum intriguing Facts I that I ran across the midst of My research for this particular episode. I kind of want to start at the top and these are research facts quoting from you here. Today just for informational purposes is from the National Home Education Research Institute This article was by full disclosure. This articles by Brian de Ray A PhD and a Caucasian gentleman. I believe you've just for full disclosure So some of the facts that he's talking about is is obviously not going to be totally from a black perspective he's talking from a general perspective but as far as US is concerned It's something is really good for us as black people because we really should be educating our own and as well as some of these facts gonNA prove and state right off the top. It's getting to be kind of popular among our population Because we is there's something we should do And there's a lot of times where we can get mis categorized as well and we'll talk about that a little bit later as one of the important reasons. Why Oh you should The home schooling get child But couple days right off the top there are over two point three million home school students in the United States states. Kind of all around and this article is written in July two thousand nineteen and that is there were an estimated two point three million unionist wrangled two thousand sixteen and this was up from one estimate of about two million home educated children in Grades K.. Through twelve during the spring of of two thousand ten in the United States in K.. It appears that home school population is growing is going is continuing to grow at at an estimated two to eight percent per annum over the past few years. Okay and then we kind of go down. DEMOCR- demographically graphically speaking a wide variety of people homeschool everything from apiarists Christians Mormons Conservatives Liberals Libertarians agreeance liberals low middle and High Income Families Black Hispanic white parents with PhD's ged's. He's and no high school diploma so To all of the people who might be saying yeah. This is great but I am not a teacher on educator or I'm not really educated that doesn't matter you don't have to be a fully college degreed educated person to home school. Your kids More on that here on the millet and but one fact that it that I did find to be intriguing. Is that it states. estates that about thirty two percent amount of homeschool students are black Asian Hispanic and others. So they're still a SM- and that's just all the non white And I was reading somewhere else that we're actually on about debt. Ten Percent Well Sixteen fifteen to sixteen percent. Arrange the you know what the ranges of that of black people that home school no. I don't not not currently but but But in the midst of it what do you think so interesting very interesting very interesting. I'm glad to see that more people of color are Takes about with their children. I think is great. And here's another intriguing thing. I found out that we can definitely talk about this for a second taxpayers. Spend nothing on most homeschool students and homeschool families spend an average of six hundred dollars per student annually for for their education. Feel we spend more than six hundred dollars on them per school year. What would you say is it about it? It's about whether it's about that Okay all right. Let's talk about the cost for a second because I know a lot of people might be thinking. Okay well yeah. This is a great the idea but how much does it really cost. But what does it entail. So let's talk about the cost And then we'll go into talking about some legalities and the And some more overview of the details of getting into. What are you saying about the golden talk about the cost? Well cost ranges because some states will provide their own form of home schooling or schooling at home through their state education. So you can do that and that will cost you. Nothing that is absolutely free is a matter of law having a log into a website in other classes loaded for them and they just go through and complete the courses so some states have it for free literally free. Oh okay So that can be a no cost no okay so dependent on the state where located you know. Their state may have this the free option. I guess they may have an option for them. Oh yes also As far as we're concerned turn out when I started. I did do books I didn't books for all grades. I had three students at the time and it was costly But the books were for the year so you may spend an average of maybe To four hundred dollars for an whole curriculum And then but it will be for the year is best to get the curriculums for the year and so they also you can find him boxed already. There's a lot of companies amis that do a whole series with all the core classes in one package and that can run you four to six hundred dollars but everything is there from the videos to the workbooks textbooks to the activity. She said everything is this provided for you. And that's all you have to purchase anything other than that will be on your own if you wanted to do field trips or extracurricular the things we did sports the whole time and So yeah it can be. The average cost of they're saying in the article is is is accurate. Great can I can say it can be more depending on what you choose to put your kids on. What kind of path you choose to put them more and also Yeah good definitely and also kind of put out there that there are that there is which I did find to be interesting as well is. There's a whole community and a whole community of people that actually support you as well right there is most most cities have what they call. How Co ops and Co ops is when other home educators? Get together maybe. Once a week it could be at a local church a library on a community center. And whomever is the head of it or the manager of the actual co-op group is the person that will set all this up you know they will partner with People Community to get the space to have these and what happens is is just like an actual day where all the students Sudas common a break things up into subjects. You can have science social studies. A math class and arts and crafts was can range from art to drawing drawing to sewing to whatever collective kind of things so that can be a co-op group November so they're not alone so somebody who may not be strong. Strong in math can actually get a part of one of these group A co-op group And they can actually have their child with another child and another parent who is strong long in math. Absolutely help them or if they get or if they're one of those people who they're like well I gotta I gotTa teenage and I didn't do good in Algebra and now I gotta tease them is whether we both feel absolutely the community. You also can ask suggest you can do that. to team up with uh-huh other homeschooling families that can make maybe compensate where you're not So good at in math and such and there's also other things that you can do a to Canada. I'm happy child if you're not you know that strong in that subject but definitely the community is something that you can also network with for like I said. He's Co ops provide science and social studies and other things that you may not want to do but it does they will be exposed to it You have a hand in it and I think it's a really really good thing to come together. Connect with other families. Because you can't feel like you're by yourself and I I come from a family where we were at school the entire way and so when I began to do it it was a lot of pushback from my family about it..
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"The socialism or any of that. That is fascinating to Bernie Sanders makes his announcement on public radio in Vermont, which of course is partially funded by the federal government. So he used your money to make. Announce about it's about right? That's par for the course. Right. And then he was asked by the interviewer there. What do you say to people who say you're too old? You know, your time is comments gone. It's passed and you're too old. And he had a fascinating response fascinating in a couple of different levels. Here's this full response. And then we'll we'll break it down for you. We have got to look at candidates, you know, not by the color of their skin, not by not by their sexual orientation or their agenda. Doc by their age. I think we have got to try to move us toward a non-discriminatory society, which looks at people based on their abilities. Based on what they sent forth, by the way, these days. That's actually a conservative principle. That's what Republicans stand for when you when you say that you want a colorblind society, right? That you don't that? You don't want to actually say, oh, well, this is the black perspective or the black candidate or the female candidate or the Latino candidate or any of that stuff. And you just you know, Todd, let's just focus on them based on their arguments in their positions and the quality of their character. You're marginalizing them. You're actually robbing them of their status of their identity that there's no such thing as a colorblind society. So first of all thank you Bernie for for that. But then he said something else here that I think is noteworthy right because he's basically breaking down the entire democratic field. Right. He's saying, hey, you know, listen, everyone says that you got to check the boxes when you're running for democrat candidate. Right. But, but you know, we shouldn't be. Judged on all of these different categories. We have got to look at candidates, you know, not by the color of their skin. Not by. Not by their sexual orientation or their agenda. Now. That's interesting. Did you catch that? So I you said we shouldn't really judge threat, by the way, he was asked. Are you too old to run and he immediately responds with you know, we shouldn't judge candidates based on the color of their skin. And then. He's trying to tick the boxes, right? It shouldn't be based on whether bearer women whether they're too old or too young or whether they're black or Latino or not by their sexual orientation on so who's he talking about there? Is there is there a gay candidate that I don't know about? What is he does? He feel like he's being discriminated against because he's straight or something not by their sexual orientation. Is he tried to out somebody here? I mean, I know Cory Booker really bent over backwards. So to speak to tell you that he's not gay not that that should matter. Now, there's anything wrong with that. Who who exactly is Bernie Sanders, referring to sexual orientation? We gotta stop judging all of these candidates based on their race or based on their gender based on their age or based on their sexual orientation. Excuse me. Senator Sanders who's being judged on their sexual orientation as far.
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"Right? That's the narrative that the left. What the so they know that if they can continue to keep this racism going to keep especially black people stuck in a pain of their assets. Then they'll be able to get a vote. I believe black people saw exactly what I don't care if that group astuteness black people, and it was a way around. I would still be equally appalled. You don't be racism. Don't see eight. And let me just tell you this here from a black perspective. Still in black and native American male with a walked up in their face beating on that phone. Call. With a with the heck off. Now, what does white? Never should've went up to those. Whitestone is bothering them. They were minding their basis waiting for their bus. They didn't do anything wrong and shame of the media. Happened on this story like a dog hopping on a fellow. Let's talk about what this says about the media today because it's not just the white boys. These boys committed several since they were white their their mail. They're wearing make America great again hats, so there so there are Trump supporters, and they're Catholic that all comes into play. We're seeing a lot of smearing of the Catholic church. We know that this man Phillips and his group about twenty of them went to the basilica to disrupt mass later that night because they wanted to wanted to protest there seems to be the media being complicit in the destroying of all of these groups, and they're still doing it. Even though we know what the truth is. They're still pushing ally. Absolutely. We had to go off on a DJ the morning for continuing to push the lot. This is what they do. You have to remember. There's an election coming up so anything rakes everything going to be about racist racist. Look at Bernie Sanders. He's just flat out said we have a president is a racist. He's they're doing that. And they're gearing up for this election. They want to keep the divide out there because they want the vote, and if it don't fit their narrative that left wing media, they're not going to talk about it. Why.