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Central Park monument honors women's rights pioneers

KYW 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 3 weeks ago

Central Park monument honors women's rights pioneers

"And a bronze statue depicting women women's rights pioneers The General truth. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony was unveiled in Central Park on Wednesday. It's the 167 year Old Park's first monument honoring really historic women, as opposed to fictional heroes like Alice in Wonderland. A 14 ft tall monument to the 3/19 century advocates was dedicated on the 1/100 anniversary of the ratification off the 19th amendment.

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Central Park unveils its first statue of real-life women

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

Central Park unveils its first statue of real-life women

"See in New York's Central Park, the bronze statue depicting women's rights pioneer Sojourner truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. The 14 FT Tall Monument in Central Park's first statue is potential Park's first statue honoring a real historical women as opposed to fictional heroines. It was dedicated on the 1/100 anniversary of the ratification of the constitutional amendment that gave women the right to vote. This

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New York's Central Park unveils new statue honoring women’s rights pioneers

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

New York's Central Park unveils new statue honoring women’s rights pioneers

"Many say it was a long time in coming. The city today unveiled a statue in Central Park of Women's rights pioneer Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth Hillary Clinton was on hand today on women's Equality Day We are unveiling a new statue in Central Park for the first time in over six decades, the first statue of Riel, non fictional women. The first statue of an African American and significantly a statue that depicts three great Americans working together. Unveiling comes 100 years after the passage of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote.

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The Nineteenth Amendment Turns 100

Can We Talk?

05:32 min | 3 weeks ago

The Nineteenth Amendment Turns 100

"On this centennial of the nineteenth amendment. Celebrate the persistence of the suffragettes and also recognize that the generations long fight was marred by racism, classism and anti-semitism. In this episode of Can we talk will explore the role of African American and Jewish women in fighting for women's right to vote and the lessons we can learn from the history. Judith Rosenbaum talked with three historians and she's here now to share those interviews with us. Hi, Judith Honey. So who are we going to hear from? I? I, will hear from Ellen de Boys. She's professor emeritus at Ucla, and she's been researching and writing about the suffrage movement since the early nineteen seventies her newest book is suffrage women's long battle for the vote. And true to the title of her book, She talks a lot about how drawn out this fight was and the incredible tenacity of the women who fought for the right to vote I take a long time that it took the stubbornness and consistency of the leaders who refused to give up to use the quote that was used against Elizabeth Warren. Nevertheless they persisted. Several generations lived and died without winning the vote and still did not give up. So I would say democracy is frequently if not always imperilled must be regularly defended or it will be lost. Alas I would say our constitutional order which we think of as being like the sun in the morning in the moon at night may not be eternal and we must act for. And finally, that in our activism, you really have to take the long view and not be discouraged because we're GONNA lose a lot like, Allen I too have found both wisdom and warnings in the suffrage movement. After the two thousand sixteen election I turned to history since as a historian that's what I tend to do and I was really drawn to the stories of the suffragettes. They gave me some perspective and reminded me to take the long view. I was worried about the next four years while these people who worked tirelessly for decades and many of them died before seeing the fruits of their labor. I asked Ellen how they sustain the Movement for so long she reminded me that while women were fighting for the right to vote, they made plenty of other gains along the way. So we have education, we have professions women are. Their lawyers their writers artists. So much so that by the time selfridge calms, it's almost like. To put it in a good way. It's like the icing on the cake to put it in a bad way. It's so overdue of women are a quarter of the labor force hold visions of the American economy couldn't exist that working women. So let's leftist politics and the question is why keep women out of politics? The other thing I would say is it's important to remember that along the way there are suffrage achievements of the most important of which are that many of the states west of the Mississippi are granting women are women are winning their activism. Right to vote, they have full voting rights. They are voting for president, a women of Colorado vote for president in every election starting in eighteen nineties. I the time that this effort to change. Suffrage state-by-state slightly crosses the Mississippi and arrives at victory in most powerful state in the union. York in nineteen seventeen over four million women, vote. So they already have the vote. These are important victories but Ellen, and I also talked about the failures of the suffrage movement especially, the racism that emerged in the fight over the Fifteenth Amendment the Fifteenth Amendment granted African American men the right to vote in eighteen seventy right prior to that suffer and abolitionist worked closely together and rallied around the call for universal suffrage that is voting rights for all. But in the lead up to the Fifteenth Amendment when it became clear that the Republican Party would only support suffrage for black men the movement split. Some were willing to accept the compromise voting rights for African. American men but not for women and some were not and this created a really painful rift. That's when the famous. Between abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass, and suffrage leaders, Susan B., Anthony and Elizabeth cady stanton was shattered. Yes. Stanton and Anthony News that the opportunity an amendment wouldn't come around again for a long time. They were enraged that after decades of activism both against slavery and four women's rights, women were being told to wait and they and other white Selfridge's felt it was unfair that quote unquote on educated black men would get the vote before educated white women. Here's what Ellen says about Stanton's public response. Stanton's particularly. Speaks over a period of a couple months really drawing on a lot of racist rhetoric and it's very painful. She was in her sort of core elitist. And that had a racist element to it, but it also had anti immigrant element to it too. She thought as she used to say women like herself shouldn't have to wait to get the vote until the daughter of. Blacks in butchers she said got vote.

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"cady" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:43 min | Last month

"cady" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"First, the National Women's Party was Juggling a little bit for money and donations at the time. So Alice Paul actually stayed back in Washington, D C and wanted to raise money and get more donations, says she couldn't support the efforts in Tennessee, so she was felt like she could play the role as the fundraiser. And the other reason was that Sue White had been born in Tennessee and had Roots in Tennessee, and what Alice Paul correctly concluded was, it would be better to have Tennessee women advocating and directly interfacing with legislators down in Tennessee, rather than outsiders even carried Chapman Catt, who was very involved in Nashville, stayed in her her hotel room at the Hotel Hermitage. She did not interface directly with legislators who were deciding how to vote on the 19th Amendment. She had her Supporters from the National American Women's Suffrage Association who were actually had Tennessee ties doing that for her, and we talked about Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony both. Of course who were pioneers in all of this. How old were they? At the time? What role did they play? Yes, unfortunately, both Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton and other earlier supporters of the women's suffrage movement were were not alive when this happened. Had died earlier in the 20th century. So the women's suffrage movement really is an example of three generations of the movement. The movement of Susan B. Anthony and Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton's for journal Truth, those women and then the next generation, which would be of course, the Carrie Chapman cats and the others that were involved at that point in time, and then the third generation is the Lucy Burns and Alice Paul Generation. I would be Wells Mary Church, Terrel, who are a little bit younger, so three generations really of activism and women to get the 19th Amendment over the humping over the hurdle to make it part of the Constitution. And we have a photograph of Lucy Burns, who was as you mentioned in the Occoquan Workhouse, which is located in Fairfax County in Lorton, Virginia, and she was housed there again for basically disrupting society. Correct. That's correct. She was actually the American suffragist Lucy Burns, who spent the most time incarcerated the most time in prison than any other American suffragist. She was jailed on six separate occasions, but her sentences were quite long. So she served more time in prison than anyone else. And that's a great photograph of Lucy Burns that you have a theocracy Juan workhouse, it was likely a staged photograph. These women were very resourceful. They would have some Who was sympathetic to their cause, take their picture when they were imprisoned, whether it was in the D. C jail or in the workhouse in Lorton, Virginia, and then they would have that photograph taken to the outside and then, of course, published in newspapers all across the United States to draw more support and more sympathy for their cause. They were really masters of political spectacle of imagery, and they knew that that was an effective way to Garner more public support all across the United States Back to phone calls in Silver Spring, Maryland. Gail Thank you for waiting. You're on with Colin Sugen. Hi. Good morning. I I know you spoke earlier in regards to African American women. Marching alongside even though they weren't necessary. They thought that possibly they would bring harm to the demonstrated demonstration. But I was wondering if you were familiar with a book. Bye. Martha Jones, a presidential professor at John Hopkins University, call Vanguard birthright of since birth, right citizens on that speaks. She speaks about after the Africa the role that African American women played in the suffrage movement and also are having heard you spoke about Hallie Quinn Brown. She wrote a book called Home Fun Heroes in 1926 in also are African American women going to be represented in the celebration. Thank you. Yes, great question, And you're absolutely right. Martha Jones Book Vanguard. I can't recommend it enough. Martha is the expert on African American women Black lemon in the suffrage movement and black woman in the history of American politics in general, So I heartily recommend that book and also anything else that Martha writes. Yes, absolutely one of the things for the commission whenever we We're first organizing and talking and planning for the centennial celebration. One of the things we wanted to Dio. It was to tell the full story of the women's suffrage movement, and that is an inclusive history, which would include the stories of African American women, native women, Chinese women, other women who were involved in the movement who typically in maybe previous anniversaries, or previous commemorations weren't Really fully given their dio and the truth of the matter is, you can't really understand the history of the women's suffrage movement because it's an American story. You really can't understand it without understanding the role that the important role that race played at various times in the movement. It's just impossible if you're if you're not Taking the role of race seriously, and you're not including that in the analysis or the history, then you're not telling the full story of the American women's suffrage movement. So absolutely, that is part of our initiative. And I would say that if you go to our website women's vote 100 dot org's We have a terrific blog's Siri's. It's called the soft buffs and you will see all kinds of information and profiles of various women who played roles in The women's suffrage movement, including the role of black women this week marks the start of two weeks back to back political conventions. Let's go back to the 1920 because the Republican convention held in Chicago, of course, nominating Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge. The Democrats meeting in July of 1920 in San Francisco. They nominated James Cox and Franklin D. Roosevelt is vice president in 1920. And my question did this issue play out in either party convention back then? Yes, absolutely. It did. At the Republican convention. There was AH lot. There's a lot of photographs and images of the national woman's party, including Alice Paul herself, actually going to the convention and protesting outside the convention. You might ask Well, why were they protesting at the Republican convention because Republicans historically were more supportive? Of women's suffrage earlier than then the Democratic Party will the reason Wass that they were marching towards trying to find this elusive 36 state to ratify and there were two states that were potential potential ratification possibilities, but they were both headed by Republican governors, and that was Vermont and Connecticut. And so what they did was go to the Republican convention and protests outside to try to get Warren Harding to strong arm or force or convince those two Republican governors to take up women's suffrage in the state Legislature and call a special session because they thought correctly that if the special session was actually called that the state legislators would would vote for the amendment, they and they also want to make sure that suffrage was included in the party platform. They were successful in having suffrage included in the party platform. They were not successful in convincing Warren Harding to put the pressure on those two governors to have them take up suffrage, the suffrage debate in state legislatures. They also went to the Democratic Convention. As you mentioned in San Francisco and the main goal, there was to make sure that the 19th Amendment and support for women's suffrage was included in the platform, and they were saying Zestful there..

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Jennifer Palmieri: Women need to declare their independence from men

Brian Lehrer

06:45 min | 2 months ago

Jennifer Palmieri: Women need to declare their independence from men

"If it's truly possible for a woman to ever be elected to lead this country. Right men were left to reflect on their privileges and women continue to tackle the systemic patriarchy This country was founded on now, four years later, presidential hopeful Joe Biden. Has promised that he will run with a female vice presidential running mate. The suspense grows daily around who his running mate will be. My next guest argues that women must break from the confinement of established standards set by men and instead hold themselves to a different standard altogether. In order to reach positions of influence. So joining me now is Jennifer Palmieri familiar face to those of you who watch a lot of politics. On television. She served as communications director for the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. And was also the White House communications director for president Obama. Now she's president of the Center for American Progress Action Fund and author of a brand new book called She Proclaims Our Declaration of Independence. From a man's world. Jennifer. Great to have you with us again. Welcome back to WN. Thank you, Brian. I'm really happy to be with him. So you're book begins with a nod to the signing of the Declaration of sentiments, the 18 48 manifesto that described women's grievances and demands. Written primarily by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. It called on women to fight for their constitutionally guaranteed right to equality as U. S citizens and independence from men. And you, right? That we are also at a time today where women need to declare their independence from men want to start there and talk about in what ways you mean Independence. Yeah, I wanted Teo. I mean, what I had, you know my realization Wass that As far as when they come in the world, particularly in the last few decades. Next month, we'll celebrate the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote, and, uh, for decades. We've made a lot of progress, and then we just just butter out. We just keep hitting the same plateau. The last three decades, in particular, obviously experience that Hillary Clinton's campaign But you see it in business, You know, 40 The Fortune 500 CEOs, Only 7% of them are women. You say? You know, we have 75% of Congress. It's still it's still men. And at some point you say, we're not not doing this wrong, right? We're not doing this wrong, but I maybe left. It proved there's something else going on here. Andi. I think that following a man past which I believe we did sort of after women. One suffrage had the right to vote used that as a tool, Teo to sort of, you know, work our way into both politics and the professional world. Um, But, you know, my experience is partly within the Clinton campaign. Following a man's path could only get you so far and I wanted to go back. And learn more about suffrage that fight because I felt that was sort of the last time in America that women came together to try to advocate for their rights. And what can you learn from it? I learned that when women come together and believe in themselves, even though they don't have any power to power of their voice, the tire of the action can affect real change. And you also learn that there's a troubled history there, too, when it comes to race and when white women are not good allies. Two black women, two black people, tio Black Americans, overall that hold back progress for everyone. And to those of the things that the book tries checks for. What did you mean? Just now if I heard you, right? That the Hillary Clinton campaign followed a man's model. So we didn't We did not have all 45 presidents now have been then. So we have ah, image of her head of what That looks like, right? You have a certain bar you have to reach. There's there's um We think they men you know, we think are male leaders have it? There's a certain weight they're certain timber to their voice the way they stand there. Strength that they project there's strength. They project in terms of being the commander in chief. All of these things we have internal lives for, you know, at this point for the country itself for close to 250 years and as individuals, we have our entire life on I think you know, one of things I ask people to do. And the book is imagine what it would be like for men. If women had been in charge from the start, right, if women had always all of our presidents have been women and a man ran, that would be very jarring tow us and I think that that man might try to Try to adapt himself to behave more like a woman. Because even though he knew he was different from a woman Ah, he saw that the women were the ones with all the power And I think this is this is sort of the vice that Hillary found herself in. Woman that ran in 2020. I think it was. I think I think things progress a little bit. It was. We had sort of adjusted in some ways, the scene women in those roles. But, you know, you realize, even though 2020 and very modern world when you consider these things from the scope of history, it's still kind of a rat. It's a radical thing for a woman to be in charge. Clearly a radical thing for a woman to be in charge. United States and, um, you know, I felt that in my own career, I've never felt like a man tried to hold me back. I have had good male mentors all along the way, but still Men I worked with rose faster than I did. But still, I didn't read certain Ashkelon and I looked around. Other women also getting sort of, you know of Lax going. And I had a you know, I used to think I was doing great in a man's world. And then I realize I'm doing great propping up the man's world, but I'm doing it, making it run well for them. We keep producing generation after generation of the majority. World huge majority of positions of power in this country being held by men. And so even the job of a job, But I know that if my realization was like, I kind of, you know, I'm I'm perpetuating this and it's not just blocking women. It's blocking all people of color. I'm getting the power they deserve and It was a radical realization I had and that's My Brecht book. So does that

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"cady" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"cady" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"Twenty tour they were set to hit arenas around North America with the pretenders. Dave Matthews Band has moved their summer twenty tour dates to twenty twenty one. The luminaires cancelled all of their. May June tour dates so fans who purchased tickets for the upcoming show scheduled at livenation venues. Were how the option for a full refund or credit for one hundred fifty percent of the purchase price and the number of tickets originally purchased will also be donated to healthcare workers credit for a hundred and fifty percent. That's real catches. Twenty Twenty Jairo tour with big. Frito will not be happening into twenty. Please stay tuned for more about the twenty twenty. One dates fish reschedule the twenty twenty tour But everything's been postponed for now. Rage against the machine announced rescheduled dates for their reunion. Tour with run the jewels Me To go check them out. Rages playing you know social and whatnot A. Website if you WANNA see with. Those dates are The June dates Aruba McIntosh's Las Vegas residency with Brooks and Dunn were cancelled. It said to return to the Coliseum. At Caesar's Palace in October Kelly Clarkson gave an update about her Las Vegas residency at the Zappa Cedar and Planet Hollywood which was previously pushed back to July. Twenty twenty but it will now it will not take the stage until twenty twenty one. So here's what streaming Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow so the Grammy Museum will host a bilingual bilingual. Instagram live event in both English and Spanish and celebration of Cinco. Demayo airing two to three. Pm Pacific Standard Time on Grammy. Museum's Gee if features co-founder of Florida to Laci Mia Farrow Ramos era and is hosted by Rudolf Saul Founder Francisca Yoni Mar. If it ain't English Mitchell. Tin Tin Penny will perform a livestream for cracker barrels. There's comfort in giving campaign beach festival in her a Dera. We'll be celebrating single. Denial Mayo was sets from. Russ Rankin of the good riddance Dan. Kelly of Fortunate Youth From tomorrows bad seeds Devi Allen Gavin Haney of latchkey Kid We got a bunch of people. It's leaving starts off at five. Pm Pacific Standard Time. Oslo multi is holding a special single mile livestream fundraiser for the House of Blues Music. Ford Foundation F five. Pm Pacific Standard Time. The livestream is free to view with registration. Though fans can access an after party and other extras by donating in this special single episode Dillon Francis and Diplo Join Forces to celebrate a holiday in isolation so may six the four hour Asia rising forever global festival kicks off at a P M eastern standard time on eighty eight risings youtube and twitter page. That's eight the numbers eight eight. R I S I N G APOSTROPHE S. The event will feature interviews games in performances Asian artists such as Yuna Audrey Neuner Josh Pan. New Vacation in many more hosted by dumbfounded. The livestream event will benefit the nonprofit Asian Americans. Advancing justice may warped tour founder. Kevin Lyman in two Linda. Bennington announced three twenty festival. A one of a kind festival aimed at changing the way we talk about mental health The festival that was set to take place across the entire L. A. Live complex in May has been cancelled in its current form instead. The festival will be going online on. May Eighth Through. The tenth fans can tune in for free on facebook. Live Youtube live and the K. N. E. K. T. DOT TV network on Roku and Apple. Tv to join the conversation through educational sessions. Musical performance workshops and more Maitha TNT MILEY. Cyrus is scheduled to perform her song the climb during facebook. Instagram's Celebrate the class of two thousand twenty event in honor of graduating seniors. Who have had their ceremonies and commencement ceremonies cancelled because of the pandemic ceremony will also feature words of wisdom from Luna's sorry words of wisdom from low nausea six. Maybe if you said words of wisdom from now is Lake. Can we get an elder a an? Og Lil does X. Words of wisdom eight same ages as graduates aquafina in others as well as the commencement speech by Oprah Winfrey. Now there are some words of wisdom Oprah Winfrey and low nauseous. Get outta here. It begins at two PM. Eastern Standard. Time can be streamed on facebook so we'll take a break and return with music history with Katie.

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"cady" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"cady" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

Comedy legend Tim Conway, star of 'The Carol Burnett Show,' dead at 85

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Comedy legend Tim Conway, star of 'The Carol Burnett Show,' dead at 85

"McKinney. Just getting word in the past half hour. So the comedian Tim Conway has passed away. Tim Conway I gained a national following the nineteen sixties on Mikhail's navy, but it was those memorable characters played on the Carol Burnett show for which he best remembered. Cady come in her. Right now. That's right. In the late eighties. Tim Conway began starring in a series of popular satirical. How sports videos as Dorf in extremely short. Swedish, man. More recently voiced the character barnacle boy. On the Nickelodeon cartoon SpongeBob.

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"cady" Discussed on The Read

The Read

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on The Read

"Coffee. True. Didn't deserve maga- shit. I just because I don't like your product. Don't me feel like your brand to third, this type of punishment. This type of tarnish -ment because you've got to be one, depraved motherfucker. The seek somebody out because they homeless, and instead of being like, let's do something kind for fellow human being who is down on his luck or having a rough time, you decide to like take it upon yourself to make his life harder or like worse or more of a struggle. And I just don't understand how fucked up in miserable. You have to be in your own life to do something like that to somebody solve on. I hate seeing people go out of they way to hurt others, especially people who can't do nothing about it like kids and the elderly or disabled or homeless. Like, why don't you just leave people the fuck alone. You could just do that. It's a fucking Dunkin donuts in the city. Y'all oughta be glad somebody was in Dunkin donuts at all. I love. Usually been glad somebody was in that bitch places like Dunkin donuts, Starbucks across New York City. All these little chain stores. People come in all day. Pret- among j. people come in and they set up shop. They stay all day. So I know. Yeah, what and really mad that this man when it's not even busy, like he just sitting off some dirt on it to mind his own business statewide at least city. I mean, I have never had a good Dunkin Donut. Never had a good looks. Absolutely. So gross. I'll never forget one time. I decided to give my coffee from there that morning and took like one good sip of it on my way to the train, and I absolutely get entering the never liked the product, not drink ever, but it's just so is beyond disgusting for y'all to treat somebody like that because he's almost like it makes it worse that you did it because he was onless and I just don't understand how fucked up. You have to beat the shit like people like they're fucking animals and discussing. Yeah, they really do. So fuck these young people. I don't think they're names were released it all who worked at Dunkin donuts, but at least they're employment has been released as the fucking lease. And somebody started a crowd funding campaign for the homeless man, which I believe has raised already a little over thirteen thousand dollars. No, it's actually a twenty thousand at this point. So. Shout out to this this man, and hopefully he will be able to take that money and and I don't know, get a start going in in a new direction for his life. But I wish I could just send him some Christie frames where he can walk by the twenty thousand dollar young universally, you know what? There's something about the texture. So far. I mean, literally any other donuts by any. Listen, publics. Donut. I will take Shipley if I'm in the texts, this amazing those really only donuts. Here. Fuck these people. Fuck anybody who decides to take advantage of or to make life harder on people who are already dealing with a bunch of bullshit y'all tries. So that's it. That's going to wrap up this week's episode of the read..

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"cady" Discussed on The Read

The Read

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on The Read

"She's like, who'd be outside concerts outside of, you know, basketball games and stuff like that. And you know, he's like if the court said that you couldn't get child support from them unless you was married the I wouldn't be out there standing at whatever. 'cause you know you ain't gonna get no money or whatever. Like the way that she said it was like, well at each, how support if we were married. If the court said the only way this man has the support shout as if he was married what you mean that'll make no fucking sin grow. Oh, Have have your you baby. baby just like you are glowing in this pregnancy? Pap loose, someone of the fuck a happy. He said, fuck hats. He I haven't seen in a hat and weeks, maybe months. Glee out. Okay. I'm very happy for you and your impending, you know, childbirth and all about goes beautifully. Stop this, stop this. I don't know what. Grow stop. This throws dad. No. Okay. And once again, all ya'll that super super feel sorry for car, Bill, Cosby copy. People who feel so bad for Gaza be reminders. Don't give fuck about most all. He probably will be out of jail within three to four months. If he may and we'll Dan get somebody to write some book about how black people shit underfoot by what the fuck y'all hoes talk about in the first place and then he'll die. And that will be it then be that'll be so y'all can stop Cape him for this. Nigger, he really don't give a fuck about at all. It's dumb also a big, fuck you goes out to Kat von d. if you don't know who she is, she's a white women LA Inc. Yep, she makes make. So she posted a photo on her Instagram Kat von d. beauty of a new conceal. It's called let let lock it conceal her. Do lock it concealed. Okay. Let lock it concealed to all the hard work for you with instant one coat coverage with a tanning, flexing tanned flexi emoji. This, this is this concealed she's taking it has a black tip and she's holding in front of cotton field. What's so. Why decided to. And see doing all the hard work for while taking the picture front of. It's it's dumb. I'd love to say, hey, you probably just want thinking, but I don't know, kept on the, I don't know how Kevin de things. I don't know her intentions by anything. I don't really care too much about her so girl that next time I do know that you tried to get up on the YouTube at one point and flame. Dad other big it makeup idiot. What the fuck is that boys Jeffrey star when y'all fell out, but you didn't mention too much of the things that he did terms prejudice more, solid things that he did, Joe nerves, things that he did to you like. So I don't know what I know is that this is fucking dumb. You ain't dumb not dumb enough to not realize that this is fucking done there. So if nobody told you and I know that they did already because that's how I know about this. I want to also be the person say, giant, fuck you. I'm so glad that I don't wear makeup because if I did. There might even be a chance that I had some Gore's. I have friends that have some of your truck and makeup. I don't know. I heard her Mako spot. You got to be some kind of dummy for this. Last. I just wanted to to came. I'm sorry. I was reading this article about her in a parentless. She's against vaccination because they're not vegan. So she's not gonna vaccinate heart child crew, and she had a lipstick consumer called underage rid..

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"cady" Discussed on The Read

The Read

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on The Read

"That's really it. If niggers can fund something breathing with China, they're going to cheat. So. You got to really look at these numbers and how they cheat. You them saying you gotta because Necas out here. They are out here and they don't give a, it's how Negga cheats. And that's how a nigga like response to an reacts to. Yes, you know what I'm saying? I actually do agree with that because if an out here basically got car and then you know botch your Rolex or car or took you to Nobu or whatever the fuck and fuck it all away. And then does it some more times you have to tell you like you have to acknowledge in yourself even if you have a baby with this nigga you already have a house with this nigga all of these things. You have to ask yourself self in all of who I am as a child of the higher power. That cares about me if you believe in that sort of thing. No shade. If you don't you co two. This nigga stop cheating on me. Where's that? Tangible evidence that I'm not gonna have to go through with this new. This bullshit right anymore with this nigger. Where is it at? Do I have any of it? No. Cause these hoes just place holders for other homes. These are interchangeable with other hose Cardi fighting them. Don't make no sense if he just don't go out and fuck somebody else knew when every feel like it anyway, make a no for everything that happens as a result of this that is annoying to you. Small things, large things, everything list of everything in this particular situation that aggravates the fuck out of you as a result of Ugo downs at clover, sending people down in their club to fight these girls chairs and and shot glasses shit. And then when it's all done and this nigga does it again. List of notes. Look, I listened to ask yourself, do I really want to put myself through this bullshit a gain, some real shit with this nigga who doesn't seem like he's gonna stop ever, right? Or am I gonna say things in my baby and gone about my mother from business Cardi b. you're bless in the fact that you don't have to be with that nigga four, nothing. You didn't set as to get bigger. You understand. I'm saying like you have your own things. Yeah, you can take culture Kiara safest, whatever the baby's name name. You can take that child and still drink them in the finest of things with your own money. Right. Okay. All of the money that you have to pay to this lawyer that could have been a brand new Gucci suit for this. Yes, probably match. Ali could've. So I don't know. I really don't get it because most women in the situation Cardi is in like with a Nikko cheating on them. Wish they had the financial ability to lead a nickel. Exactly. So many women stay because they need this, the ability of somebody going in on this written bills them. So I just don't understand, but you know what? What other people. I don't. I just the point in fighting these girls. I just don't. I don't get that. You might as well fight, yo nigga cuss him because he is the one who is doing some fucked up to you. It's not the are here giving dick down by Victor crew smart because she's smart on what season two going on season. Three of show that's been well received. Talk about a comeback kid. This is what you, you know what? I'm gonna take my thing. Okay. And I'm gonna go, and I'm just going to do me and I'm gonna give me a little part time job on his show where basically just have to play myself players. I watched like maybe three episodes play like a famous socialite, but like just say, pretty pretty girl. Okay. The first day episodes of it, and then I. Close up because I liked it. I just had to catch up. Another thing. This shows cardio not worried about you as a business woman being affected by your registry because people all your engine and we don't give shit about the x..

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"cady" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"Lunch food in back factor in, I think it might may do now by Cady. I'm not so sure. I think that's right. They did. Yeah, he, yeah, so, but new guy, I can do all extension modules. I think we can to some all now and not social. What's the current state there? I don't follow it touch. It's a, but it's a, I had mixed results with it as well. You know, like I really think the project is awesome. I'm glad it exists in. I know in some places that makes things a lot faster, but I doubt my one of mine larger websites to run on top and it did, but it was like two FM slower, not well, that's that's not helping me. So I guess I'll just switch back to see fine on. And I think it was probably the extensions in the data data layer entirely. Sure. But there was something about ability. If you on jungle or something that that's really something I need to go to get nude cut to work out of a box, fall jungle projects, which. Very old mess. It's manageable pies doing all sorts of nasty things that you cannot know about it by time, but to I think the jungle, economic general eaten by bid will be a very welcome to many people are not stencil something somebody should go eventually, but I'm not focusing on that right now. I'm focusing on up to. Addition. So I mean, when guy was like most observing the landscape for many years and all this time I was thinking the pine pie from Trump totally possible, and why is nobody doing it? And that's done was just, I think a couple of years that I was observing it and wondering and I think around two to five timeframe, I thought I'm going to make prototype, make a proof of concept and show what is possible. And that turned out to be pretty much the case because pipe sign is very welcoming to be compiled galley. I mean, it's it's trivial a non trivial tasks, very hard, but you can do it for pie move anything. So I his compiled function type and as the unconfined faction type imply from all I have to do is to behave the same. And then you're in. So you can have a combined function. That's basically a lot of how you can to work and then you don't have bite cool, but you have seen cold behind. Yep. Image Sika compiles to machine instructions in off to the races? Yes. And the pike and engine really doesn't care all that much because extension what? Whose office class citizen? Right. So let's talk about the architecture just a little bit. So the way it works is we take regular straight python code. We feed it to new cotton. Neca translates that into like a reduced python. The reduced python is then translated into see the sea is compiled basically to a ac- extension and that runs on top of seep on Zor Necas not its own special run time, like, say pipe is it's it. They know nothing that did. Do you have to install the Runtime for or is it just create like you have to install. FIFA on like three, five in order run it. How has it put together this little boat where you create something, which will be self contained and then contains run time and also corrected and and just links against FIFA installation and loads lipped python like every program, but embeds python on needs to do. That's how it goes. And I try to avoid physi- Runtime with python Runtime as much as possible. And that's how I could wait things. So not having by cooled and then having a knowledge, authentic optimizations, trying to avoid to go as much into the fighting and time as possible. It's basically accurate. Yeah, but you are still interact like that secret. I talked about being generated in the architecture that still uses like the pie, object types and stuff like that. Right. As as if you're basically your compiler is writing the see extension from our python code, but it's true except for you to say all the pipeline to our fight on like the pipe..

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"cady" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Cady with us on reporter's roundup thank you now the kyw business report a lot of movement in the markets at the end of the day that the key index is finished flat the dow closed up three points at twenty four thousand three hundred sixty dot closed up one and a half points at seven thousand two hundred sixty six that's five hundred down about three quarters of the point and the beneficial bank philadelphia index from bloomberg closed at negative at the flat line checking with kyw business analyst bob manigat morton stanley wealth management bob stocks seemed to be on hold today waiting for the iran announcement what did wall street learn as expected the president withdrew from the iranian nuclear pact steve and will restore sanctions now wall street in the midst of encouraging earning season and expecting better economic news ahead put those thoughts behind it for a while to see out today's announcements may change the business environment now the markets were relatively tentative before and after the two pm announcement choosing to hover near the sidelines until more details became known during the break i was asking to uc higher pump prices as a result of this you can make a case one way or the other but it doesn't appear because this is the early stages of iran coming back on the world markets that you're gonna see a grand restriction in supply so this may be a lot of some very difficult and intense politics here's the but it's still a story for crude is untold one day at a time would it be business analyst bob manning of morgan stanley wealth management thank you bob thank you.

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"cady" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on Historical Figures

"A solitude of self and was stanton's final argument for y women's rights and women's suffrage were important elizabeth said quote whatever the theories may be of woman's dependence on man in the supreme moments of her life he cannot bear her burdens alone she goes to the gates of death to give life to every man that is born into the world no one can share her fears no one can mitigate her pangs and if for sorrow is greater than she can bear alone she passes beyond the gates into the vast unknown and quote elizabeth drew on the protestant idea of individualism to point out that individuals men and women alike are ultimately each responsible for themselves and are ultimately only able to know their own needs for this reason women cannot be properly served in politics by husband fathers or brothers representing them only women as individuals can understand what they want the speech was received with a standing ovation two days later she presented it to the senate committee on women's suffrage except for susan all of elizabeth's contemporaries considered at her finest work even lucy stone the abolitionist feminist who had become elizabeth's longtime antagonised was so impressed with it that she published the speech in full and the woman's journal free of her obligations to the organisation's she had helped found elizabeth now in her late seventies stayed mostly at home due to our health issues elizabeth's weight was such that it hampered her ability to move freely but her mind was active as ever and she found time to write to additional books the woman's bible is a to volume piece published in eighteen 95 and 1898 that took aim at christianity and it's degrading views of women through reinterpretation of biblical stories elizabeth tried to summon a committee of female scholars to help her with the work but most of the people she approached felt it wasn't an important project.

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"cady" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on Historical Figures

"A journal the woman's journal in eighteen seventy as a rival to revolution the founder of the women's journal was lucy stone who supported the fifteenth amendment even though she to believed that women's suffrage was important lucy had also tempered some of her more radical views since her own marriage and motherhood once a fierce advocate for divorce reform for example she now felt that marriage was a sacred institution that shouldn't be broken up under basically any circumstances this put her at odds with elizabeth who believed in wide divorce reform and still didn't feel that black men deserve the vote more than women dead the two and become more entrenched in their views and would pass those onto their competing women's rights organizations and of course they each a spouse their own views well attacking the others in their respective newspapers revolution lacking advertisers folded later in eighteen seventy and was sold for one dollar elizabeth left susan holding the bill for ten thousand dollars in debt which would take her six years to pay off what measures yup susan being the only unmarried woman involved in the venture was the one who had signed all the documents and paperwork so she was the one responsible for paying that debt but elizabeth was well through right and susan was her best friend elizabeth had more money than susann it's true but susan was supporting her elderly mother and her sister on her wages while elizabeth was essentially supporting her entire family puts she had that inheritance two and seven children six of whom would go to college and many of whom would have children of their own it's possible that she was trying to make sure that they would all have some inheritance when she and henry died something that susan didn't have to worry about does make it less of an awful thing to do to susan low now it doesn't elizabeth was more isolated than ever she had purchased a home antenna fly new jersey away from city life while henry continued his life in the city as a newspeak.

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"cady" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Her sister tryphina is husband edward bayard taught elizabeth philosophy and how to write a horse and the clerks in her father's office challenged her to debate elizabeth at this point really seems to have taken her promised to her father to heart she wanted to be the son he didn't have and competed with man at their intellectual level to prove her own work but when she came in second place at the johnstown academy greek competition her father repeated his i wish you were a boy refrain elizabeth felt as though she wasn't enough that her intellect would never outweigh her gender with her father elizabeth said quote to think that all in me of which my father would have felt a proper pride had i been a man is deeply more to find to him because i am a woman and quote elizabeth attended the coeducational johnstown academy until 1830 she'd always been at the top of her class and she wanted to go onto college but there were no colleges in the united dates that admitted women and daniel katie wasn't interested in elizabeth's continued education with the help of edward bayard elizabeth finally convinced him to send her to the troy female seminary in 1830 one when she was fifteen years old the founder of the school emma willard wasn't interested in creating a finishing school she was the first female educator to offer a course load for women that was on par with the educational rigor that men's colleges offered and she wrote the majority of the textbooks that were used in their classrooms here finally was a female role model that elizabeth could learn from or rather one that she could have learned from elizabeth preferred to be in the world of men and saw her time at an allgirls school as beneath her she didn't like the pretensions and petty jealousies of the other girls to wait elizabeth katie didn't like other women well it's more nuanced than that but a lot of elizabeth's initial interest in women's rights came less from how she.

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"cady" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cady" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"I had a bagel with cream cheese there wasn't anything crazy but it was just something that was a stop stand that i knew would digest you know like easily it wasn't like you know like my last meal or something you know i re eating that so much during your pregnancy to battle all i like yeah was specially my first trimester confirming i had really bad morning sickness and that's all i could handle would i be mine became at night so i could eat a bagel and cream cheese in the morning and then i really cady anything else on the nova puke at night no tannery come home and be like hey babe able um the um i get such bad baby fever now after talking about you guys like being so sick during pregnancy is i'm like i'm i'm good right now no by ivy do all of weird they say that you forget is that true jade you don't really forget it's just because when the baby comes out in this the love a after especially after like your he'll and you know you just like are going through the journey of being a mom you dislike i can do this again like i went through it before and survived great and in i dunno and now like for me i'm like oh my god pregnancy the masing like i loved being pregnant which i did but maybe i have forgotten a little bit because i had some funds again i feel like i like i want to be pregnant like i think about the all the time and like i just want to be pregnant again even though i'm not ready to have a second child that i think about it all the time it's so crazy to how there's so many women that absolutely love being pregnant and there's a lot.

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"cady" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cady" Discussed on WRVA

"Never missed a beat why because there was it was indexed money it was money that was indexed to the market on the upside when that market collapse in oon in a way they just froze no losses ciro losses so the platform that they were standing on for their financial security in retirement was perfectly stable stability we've got to have stability catches topple over you don't want still talking to people who have never could recover from the alway session primarily because at the time they would just retired or them just about to retire so they had to use that money in retirement as a source of income again indexing is the key in my opinion to establishing a broad roared foundation for retirement because you know where we we just don't know what's going to be down the road there's other threats to our financial security it isn't just that the market goes bad because i can protect people from that by indexing iras and 401 case or just using regular what we call non qualified were non retirement money that cady and dutch to any gross tax deferred and that can be used and is used by many of my clients as a stream of income so i can provide that and i can protect that and if the market dies as it has in the past their fine if the market continues to grow their even better because their market indexed so as the market grows they grow too well that's great it's advantages all the way around but we can protect against the downside of a market the other real problem however or other threats to.

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"cady" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"cady" Discussed on The Futur

"One thing that i always like is when you get that may wait wheeze bought that thing at the end of that small feature in eu aid sat up maybe way you think i'll that is clever and i i wanted to do something lava in my logo and i mean when when you've got uring logo and yuko urine kinda leg a business there was a long period of time where i had something very simple and very basic the reason why why i did that way was just because i wanted to come across as a little bit more premium but now now i've got more of a community around wanting we'd like a gig i wanted to change it so that it it did have that clever element in so so that that it's not just about made as this other side to as well and yeah i i any reason the industries that that legco that you can see now and all these plans around it they say would with leg i thought it would be called what if i could find a way to make the world logo on it saying identifiable and and i can have all these other things that is like like a pen leg a pad in all these related things that i of branded up around gig gig so cady books and all sorts of stuff so i was keen to create and new lay that that had the identifiable party that you could see it and i felt that that new laker works very well nice good job on the okay i'm gonna play somebody in our audience right now of course i wanna get work of course being introverted creative person doing sales and marketing not only scares me but it befuddled me some listens his podcast right now and i'm thinking in come on give us the secret sauce because we all want to be able to get clients without having to go out and chase after them and knock on their door can you share with us maybe two or three action will things that somebody can do right now to help boost organic search results k.

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"cady" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"cady" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Drugs or or antidepressant drugs uh the drugs that uh prozac is probably the most famous member of that family or maybe you is the first but the sri drugs can cause people to have what's called suicidal ita shen in other words fantasies imaginations about committing suicide and it causes they diminish now again the these drugs are very very helpful for some people you know they save some people's lives so you know i'm not saying we need to ban them or anything like that but over and over and over again when we look at these mass shootings we discover that the mass shooters were on one of these drugs not always but way too often for for my comfort and um you know we don't know yet if this guy was on an antidepressant or not uh about one in ten americans is right now so that's that's pretty grim but but what the sri drugs do is ah is by they they reduce your ability to feel empathy for other people or even experienced the emotions of other people which is really what healing empathy he is as well as reduce senior ability of failure our emotions that's the whole point of it right people who are overwhelmed by depression or overwhelmed by grief or overwhelmed by something terrible happy in their life and the theory is you take these drugs for a short period of time get through that you know of the your dog just died sort of thing or a mom mm or dad just died or you know uh the whatever it a lost your job that cady i mean there there are times when it's not inappropriate for people to turn of pharmaceuticals for a brief period of time to get through a rough patch but when they do them over the long haul then things tend to kind of change in the brain wiring it it a at least it appears and reviewing other people as things rather than as people combined with suicidal ita shinsegei com combined combined with you know constantly obsessively thinking about suicide is the combination for mass slaughter so in a we'll see if this guy was on these drugs are not uh we we keep having these incidents and we keep not having these conversations and i think we should meanwhile back on.

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"cady" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"cady" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Truth and doing it in an entertaining and compelling way eight four four l e v i n t v eight four four levin tv matt job limousine three sirius satellite go i don't know why i'm so magnanimous today but let's let's take mass go ahead thank you mark we're here or pure offer from occurred a warrior carter crockett about water or earlier a global climate change being hall hung hunker cady untrue and aarp because of water vapour grinder at a he didn't say it's false and fake and untrue because of water vapor he said the largest element in greenhouse gases as water vapour and that's an actual scientific fact water vapour can hang oh creator that carter key so what are we supposed to do about it at the parc rod luck the atmospheres water vapour carbon dioxide methane and nitrous oxide and ozone that's a fact i learnt that when i think i was fourteen years old maybe eleven years old or more of that we can't do a damn thing about any of it hurricane like what wore our our our archer carbon emission why would we wanna do that recurred adding to the atmosphere weymouth not really in your career it's not i feel it's not an where's the fact tell us what linked to goat her dog girl i'll i'll i'll i'll we all know about nasa we all know about the head scientists there you think we're stupid he going to feed us that crap i'm well aware what nasa has done with these numbers and i'm well aware of report after report by thoughtful people who've unravelled it now i said that gop you're a joke air correct firm no carry you bet i do you you okay our military of cabinet lesson pal let me tastes i i trust the department of agriculture too that doesn't mean i agree everything that's coming out of there i don't trust the military and that i trust our soldiers who fight wars i don't trust the politicisation of our military by obama.

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"cady" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"cady" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The recorded or issue is complicated that it is very interesting situation where you have the insurance company on the side of a lot of e republican who are trying to unwind or undermine obamacare in the name of returning to a with is that a freer market i and despite the liberal idea that republicans are always with big business company afghan very powerful economic worst here either while the judicial vacancy issue goes along with all and they can make active branch along with the 'only back down white house an agent fees and we've seen this is an administration that just hasn't build all the position i and you know they say oh the democrats have been walking nominations in the senate they they have been cady and that they can but the democrats block something that and a real problem is that a lot of nomination had eight simply have not in any event by concerns particular concern years the president has tweeted about insurance company bailouts as though he's against them repeatedly the people who are going to decide whether they get bailed out our federal court of claims judges which he has almost absolute control over because they are dc judges 15year terms are no blue slips all he has to do is isn't advocate and i could be wrong about if that isn't the case that that only if the congress on the risk corridors which there is now a bipartisan effort to try to give no in fact as hilt sick much to his credit you don't know how much it pains me to say correctly identifies that the judgment fund which is the openended and fund that the judge the part justice will pay these claims whether or not the money as appropriated so if donald trump wants to threaten to veto an insurance company bailout it doesn't matter if the vacant court of claims appeals court of not populated by donald trump upholds awards by judges like wheeler that dealt than the supreme court just doesn't touch i mean it's you can't it's as though he doesn't get it or that the administration doesn't get it or no only michael hilts it gets it that's that's incredible to me uh there are a hundred and listening and hurt you just say that a michael guys listen we crossed swords a few times seasonal.

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