35 Burst results for "Carmen"

"carmen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:24 min | 2 months ago

"carmen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"The storied legacy of Mercedes Benz is rooted in empowered women who've gone on to show the world what they can accomplish. This July will manica has teamed up with Mercedes Benz to feature women who've charted their own paths and achieved greatness. Join us on this journey as we celebrate women who were driven to pursue their passions. Even if it meant changing course along the way. This month on romantica, we're talking about dynamos. When I was younger, but I knew I was a painter and now they're beginning to know I'm a painter. I waited a long time. There is a saying. If you wait for the balls to be both tone. I say yeah. I would almost say for the boss to come. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is will manica. This month we're highlighting women who've led dynamic lives that have shifted evolved and bloomed. Often later in life. Today we're talking about a woman who was known for painting canvases with beautiful abstract shapes. She was an artist for most of her life, but didn't receive serious recognition until she was 89 years old. Please welcome Carmen Herrera. Carmen was born in Havana, Cuba on May 31st, 1915. She was the youngest of 7 children, born into a wealthy family. Her father, Antonio Herrera, was the founding editor of el mundo. A prominent Havana newspaper, and her mother, Carmen Nieto, worked there as a reporter. Carmen's childhood was filled with music, art, and literature. When she was just 8 years old, she started taking art lessons with her older brother Addison, and the artist Federico adelman Pinto. They studied sculpture and painting. The family's relatively liberal ideals meant that Carmen also grew up a feminist. She later explained I guess I was born a feminist because I always thought I was superior to my brothers. After graduating from high school in Paris, Carmen returned home to Havana. Political turmoil was ripping through the country. The president was forced to step down and several of Carmen's relatives were imprisoned for political dissidents. Despite political unrest, Carmen was able to attend the elite instituto de la Havana. She took sculpture and painting classes, and she exhibited her work at the circulo de Bellas artes. In 1933, when she was just 18 years old. She then studied architecture at the university of Havana, but dropped out in the thick of Cuba's political upheaval. In the summer of 1930 7, Carmen met Jesse lowenthal, an American teacher visiting Cuba. Born to two Jewish immigrants in New York, Jesse was a polyglot who spoke English, Spanish, German, yiddish, French, and Italian. Jesse and Carmen's mutual interest in the arts and literature sparked a romance. On July 11th, 1939, the two were married, and Carmen returned with him to New York. After that, the couple lived in Paris for a bit, where Carmen pursued her painting quite seriously. Her style began to shift from a more traditional to a more abstract. She exhibited her new work at a few places, but never sold a painting. In 1954, Carmen and Jesse returned to New York permanently. It was during that period that Carmen's art became more minimalist. And she created many of the paintings she's known for today. These pieces were huge with sharp lines, bright colors, and strong shapes. But Carmen was an outsider in the art world. She was Cuban, and she was a woman, and she was a Cuban woman making abstract art. No one knew what to make of her. All that changed in 2004 when Carmen sold her first painting. She was 89 years old. A few years later, she had her first European solo show at icon gallery in Birmingham, England. On her 100th birthday, a documentary about Carmen and her art was released. It was called the 100 years show. In 2016, Carmen got along overdue display at the Whitney Museum of Art. The show was called Carmen Herrera lines of sight. It showcased around 50 of her works from the mid 20th century. Carmen was recognized in a Whitney opening speech by former First Lady Michelle Obama, who named Carmen among other timeless artists as inspiration for future generations. At the age of a 106, Carmen was still working and full of life. In an interview, she said, I can not walk the length of my studio, but my mind can travel far to places I have been, and my imagination to some I have not. On February 12th, 2022, Carmen passed away in the Manhattan loft where she'd worked and painted for more than 50 years. Carmen's work had recently been acquired by several prominent museums, including the National Gallery of art in Washington, D.C.. The Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Tate modern in London. Carmen, who worked for decades without recognition or sales, is now remembered for her genuine passion for painting. She's getting the honor that she deserves..

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Congressional Candidate Carmen Maria Montiel Shares Her Story

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Congressional Candidate Carmen Maria Montiel Shares Her Story

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast Carmen Maria montiel. She's running for Congress in Texas's congressional district 18. Now Carmen Maria was born in Venezuela. She was, in fact, miss Venezuela, miss South America, second running up, runner up and Miss Universe pageant in 1984. She's been an anchor woman and broadcaster for TV shows, not just in Venezuela, but in Mexico, Panama and Peru, she's lived in Houston since the 1990s. She's been on TV, telemundo, Houston. There's a book based upon her life stolen identity, which was released this year, and she's running against Sheila Jackson Lee the notorious Sheila Jackson Lee in Texas. Carmen, welcome to the podcast. Thank you for joining me. Let's talk a little bit about your story. Talk a little bit about what your experiences in Venezuela have meant to you and perhaps motivated you to become involved in politics in this country. Well, thank you. First of all, thank you for having me. You know, I have been in the United States for 34 years. I came to college and I stayed. So I have been here long enough to see the changes in this country. And I also left in Venezuela long enough to have the experience of how they changes started and end up in what we all know today. So when I started to see the changes in this country, I started to realize how singular it was of Venezuela. When bureaucracy started to grow, when corruption is starting to appear in this country, which was something unheard of. It was completely, you know, this is the country of law. And thinking about corruption is something that we would have never imagined. But nowadays is part of the culture.

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Aaron Carter's Fiancee' Runs With Their One-Week-Old Child

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Aaron Carter's Fiancee' Runs With Their One-Week-Old Child

"What was it, two or three days ago? I told you about the fact that Aaron Carter and his girlfriend just became proud parents of a baby, it's been a few days. It's over. I told you that kid prince lyric Carter, I'm told you have a hard time in life. I never thought I'd begin before the first two weeks of his life started at this poor baby. So Aaron Carter, who's a nut and a crazy person, and Melanie Martin, who if you wanted to watch, you look so crazy, it's because she owns an eyelash bar, FYI, they're busted up. Aaron took to Twitter like he always does to tell people personal matters. And he accused Melanie of betraying him by secretly communicating with his estranged twin sister, angel Carter, he says, Melanie already went off to Vegas with her friend Carmen nice from 90 day fiance and she allegedly told him he'll never see his son again. Can you, I mean, is it okay to take a baby that young away? Like, I mean, of course, the mother's all he needs, but it just seems very young to move a baby, three days, four days, 5 days after it's born. Why do I think this baby's not in their possession? Why do I think child protective services maybe has this baby? Why do I think maybe this baby grew up above was born testing positive for something illegal? Could that be just my crazy thoughts? Until I see a picture of this baby and Melanie Martin's hands, I'm not sure she has the goddamn baby. How do you like that? Aaron Carter tweeted due to personal reasons Melanie Martin and I have decided to go our separate ways. There has been a very big lie and my sister communicating with my ex fiance ruin everything considering she knew what angel tried to do in court to me. Thanks, angel. You ruined my family. God bless, I love God bless at the end of people's post. What does this exactly mean? All your religious people tell me, well, I hate the mother of my child. God bless. God bless who? Who you asking God to bless or who are you telling us God is blessing? What's going on?

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Hilaria Baldwin's Tone-Deaf Instagram Post Means the Holidays Are Here

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:07 min | 10 months ago

Hilaria Baldwin's Tone-Deaf Instagram Post Means the Holidays Are Here

"Another win for telling you several days ago. Well, actually warning you that the holiday season wouldn't actually begin until hilaria Baldwin sent out an Instagram post telling the world how tough this last year has been on her. And then magically, she did it. Did you see this? Oh my God. She took a moment the other day on Thanksgiving to reflect on her challenging year. And of course, she thanked all you followers for your support. She said, sometimes I didn't think I was gonna make it through. Let me tell you something. This is a 37 year old mother of 6 who's married to a very wealthy actor. She didn't think she was gonna make it through. I want you to know how much you've helped me through some pretty dark struggles, knowing you were there, such comfort. I miss our chats and the safety net of our community. I'm hoping one day we will get back there. And then she said something, I don't know what to make of this. She said, I didn't take a photo of my whole family today. Okay. Join the club shithead. Here is a picture of Carmen and Mary Lou dancing in the supermarket. And I just want to tell you how grateful I am for you. This has been a challenging year. I know for many, many of us, but I will speak from personal experience right now. Sometimes I didn't think I was gonna make it through. I want you to know how much you helped me. I mean, her life is so charmed. I understand her husband shot and killed the cinematographer. That's terrible. But to act like you're going through this drama, you're not. It's his drama. I know you're the wife, but are you even cognizant of the fact that there's somebody else that person being on the other end of your husband's gun? That's having a much more challenging year. Because they don't have their mother anymore, or they don't have their wife anymore. You still get to keep Alec and see him every day. You still have all your children.

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The Strange Death of Silent Film Star Thelma Todd

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:10 min | 11 months ago

The Strange Death of Silent Film Star Thelma Todd

"Then we came across thelma Todd. Boy, this was a good show. I never heard of thelma Todd. Back in 1997, when I made the mysteries and scandals episode on her. She was a silent film star. That's why they called it a hot toddy. You know, a toddy is a drink. They called to the ice cream blond. She was in a 123 films and shorts throughout a 9 year career. That's it, 9 years, 9 years in a mount. And if you saw the house she bought on the Pacific Coast highway, which I did, I filmed right in front of it. Oh, it was beautiful. This long staircase off the PCH up this hill. Thelma Todd was great at slapstick comedy. She started along Wheeler and woolsey, Laurel and Hardy, and the Marx brothers. She even formed the comedy duo alongside the greatest name ever. Zazu Pitts. Alongside Pitts and Kelly, she was often cast as the level headed protagonist who had to deal with an embarrassingly did see sidekick. So in addition to her being an actress, thelma Todd was a good businesswoman. And she had a lover, that lover was the film director Roland west. They opened the restaurant called sidewalk cafe in Los Angeles, California. And they shared ownership with west white jewel Carmen. A lot of these triangles situations back then. And the three of them also lived in the same duplex above the restaurant. Get this. Sources say that Carmen didn't object to west affair with thelma Todd, even though west displayed jealousy over Todd's affairs with other men. Let's go to the morning of December 16th, 1935. 29 years old, she's found dead in her car, parked in west garage. The garage was closed, the car was running. She had a broken nose. She had two cracked ribs and bruises around her throat. And police officers said she'd been dead at least 12 hours.

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"carmen" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"carmen" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Over the burgeoning entrepreneurs launched its. This is a santa picked up from one of mine enters That i really appreciate launch crap. And then launched crap version two point. Oh and so. Perfection is the mother of all procrastination. And i see a lot of people get stuck. Because they want something to be perfect. I would rather take esi action. Piloted tested sell it. See how it goes and modify and pilot testing cell version two point. Oh and so. I always say action over over over waiting. There's no such thing as perfection. So i know that's a fear or a challenge. A lot of people have get over it. My other thing is to find a mentor or find Council from somebody else who has done it because a lot of the world's problems and in particular businesses challenges that you might encounter had figured out by someone else and so build your network so you can easily do this via social media or now that things are opening up more go to a networking event and meet people right right. Meet people build your network. You don't know who you're going to commit. You don't know who you need and asked to seek counsel what that looks like is being very specific with your questions so tracy. Let's say. I want to have a meeting with you to learn how to be an awesome podcast host. I wouldn't say hey. Tracy i just want to pick your brain about podcasting. I would stay tracy. I have some very specific questions of how you form your questions for your guests on podcast. Fifteen minutes of your time right. Because then you so specific with your asks and go ask people for help seek counsel. Don't look for advice. Advice is all those other people who are telling you not to go on this trip. Yes seek counsel zeke. Tell you whether or not you should do it. They'll tell you how to do. Well yes so. I like how you clarified that seek counsel from those who have already done it. Maybe they've launched crapped three point zero and they're unfortunately no yeah hat's version tan and yes that's right a they're they're now flushing crap. Go hang up all right. Well i definitely appreciate you now if anyone wants to checkout carmen in all of her goodness where do we want to send them to you..

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William Shatner Finally Went To Space

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

William Shatner Finally Went To Space

"I've got big breaking news with all hell breaking loose the country going down the tubes, crime, illegals, COVID vaccine mandates, people getting fired, Southwest Airlines. We can all breathe a sigh of relief. Captain Kirk made it to space and came back down alive. All is well with captain Kirk. William Shatner, 90 year old William Shatner. Made it into space. The second, space launch, the Bezos and all these guys do. Here's Fox News's description of the touchdown. What a day for our astronauts. So now our team is preparing landing safety operations and recovery of our astronauts from the crew capsule, will be on the ground at the landing site to follow the action in just a bit. Maybe even talk to the world's newest astronauts. So I'm absolutely breath taking stuff. And I'll note that you're going to see our recovery team show up very shortly because we actually send them out before the capsule has landed. Because through our modeling, we get by now, we're very, very good at analyzing where the capsule is going to come down that way. Exactly. Where the winds are. And so we're going to see the recovery team come out there. And of course, we will also be joined by some of their friends and family to watch as they emerge from the caps. So let's check out these beautiful shots of our four astronauts there in the Texas desert after having gone up over the karman line and back. They're up over the karman line. You couldn't pay me enough to go up over the Carmen line and back. William Shatner's 90 years old God

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Inflation Has Gone up Over 8% in the Last Year

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Inflation Has Gone up Over 8% in the Last Year

"So what do we have this morning news. This morning that producer price inflation that would be inflation at the wholesale level is up was up. I should say eight percent year over year. And with that i remind you that year-over-year number goes back to a time when the economy was just starting to recover from being shut down so that that this eight percent number year-over-year the current number compares to the number a year ago that was Extraordinarily low

Willard Scott, Weatherman on NBC's 'Today' Show, Dies at 87

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Willard Scott, Weatherman on NBC's 'Today' Show, Dies at 87

"Former today show weatherman Willard Scott has died at the age of eighty seven according to NBC I'm marquees are a letter with a look at his life Willard Scott had a favorite response if you asked if he was a meteorologist hello I'm a southern Baptist Scott's trademarks were one hundredth birthday greetings to viewers and dressing up in silly costumes including a famous incident in which he dressed as Carmen Miranda Scott created the Ronald McDonald character for Washington area commercials and was disappointed he was not chosen for the national ads Scott was asked in a two thousand four A. P. interview what he would send to the today show if he made it to one hundred I probably said that picture of me dressed as Carmen Miranda and then some other picture would be shaking hands with the pope

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"carmen" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

"So it's an issue. I'll have to bring up in therapy. I am so impressed that you have had a fiddle leaf fig tree in your possession since april and it is still thriving that really says. That's that's the montessori teacher in you carmen. maybe so and that's it is the same day. I water my plants at the school too. So you know. Montessori classrooms have lots of different plants and living. Yeah schilling inside of them. So i'm so impressed. That's like really amazing thing. That's i need to bring up in conversation more. Should know how long kept the phillies. Yeah that's bigger. If you ever are adopting another pet you should add that..

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"carmen" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Latino USA

"I'm not a historian. I think the only thing that kind of kept me going was thinking like but if i administer like chip away a little better this may be then someone else will come in with a book like a different experience. What is like the black lesbian experience. What is like the trans experience. Or adrian's experience. What is the gay male victims experience. I feel like for me. It was just like trying to make a little place where we can sort of be into chip away and sorta break into it but then didn't event like halfway through my tour and this older lesbian stood up during the qna. A and she said you know. I'm really excited to read your book. I can't wait. She was like. I feel like every ten years. We like break the silence on domestic violence in queer relationships and then like ten years later we do it again and ten years later we do it again and shooting very honest and i it really broke my heart because i was thinking like maybe it's all for nothing so i feel like the whole process of like how to like think about it. Emotionally is very hard difficult and it didn't help that. I like was having all those. Thank you thoughts and then immediately went into a year of isolation this is really terrible sort of sequence of a things. But i'm watching as you are now moving into all kinds of different spaces as a writer. You're doing some nonfiction. You're doing graphic novels. You're talking about not feeling very productive. But i'm like yep i weight but there's all this stuff that you're doing and i'm wondering how you see yourself as an american writer and and how you see the importance of the work that you're doing to have this kind of historical commitment to like i'm gonna claim this space and you're gonna have to listen to me or is it not like that at all and got him in mighty macho those head. I think really good exercise for writers is to like find lists of like bestselling novels hundred years ago list. How many of them you've heard of. And most of them have not occasionally. They'll be like one that's actually really famous. Mostly you're like. I never heard of this book. Certainly if you're lucky you get to get like a tiny taste of like your role in your country's culture but there's really serve no way to know one day i will die. I hope people are so reading my work one hundred years. Maybe they will. Maybe they won't will know and you have to come to peace with. I don't know will be part of a certain generation of american writing. Let's known in the future. I mean assuming we all underwater like assuming the humanity continues for a little while. Will i be somebody who's known and is like oh yes. Carmen maria machado. She was part of this movement of literature in the us. That curly doesn't have a name. I don't know hope so. All they can do is write the work i want to write. I write to satisfy myself. I get to tell the stories. I wanna write cova an isolation and the world aside. I'm really honored by the readers that i have and the publishers to work with the work i've produced. I feel very proud of my career and proud of my arts and proud of.

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Biden Signs Order to Tackle Corporate Abuses Across U.S. Economy

Buck Sexton

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Signs Order to Tackle Corporate Abuses Across U.S. Economy

"No capitalism. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. That's the message from President Biden as he signed a sweeping executive order yesterday aimed at boosting business competition and reigning in big business buyouts and mergers. I'm a proud capitalist. I spent most of my career representing the corporate state of Delaware. No America can't succeed. Less American business succeeds. So let me be very clear. Capitalism without competition isn't capitalism. It's exploitation. The sweeping order directs federal agencies to implement more than 70 initiatives to promote competition within the economy. The action will apply to various industries, including big tech, healthcare and airlines. Executive order will likely face legal action from businesses. Foxes. Rachel Sutherland, a Louisiana

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True History of the Kelly Gang

Mere Mortals Book Reviews

01:42 min | 1 year ago

True History of the Kelly Gang

"More lights to another out of the book reviews. My name is carmen. And i do these reviews for those who want to transcend beyond that are in me mortality to learn some knowledge to get the good stuff that there is out of the world of literature and today. I have a very intriguing one for you. It is the true history of the kelly gang by peter carey. This book was published in two thousand and it is a fictional retelling of the very alter a famous australian bushman's life from the beginning until the end. The focus is indeed of ned kelly his adventures exploits his run ins with the law in the australian bush the outback and those of the core members of his gang. But peter carey. Add some additional flavor. Some spices i guess to his story. It's a first person narrative using the medium of postles. So it is told from the point of view of ned kelly as a young man growing older and into the days just before his death. But it's done address to his daughter. Who is now overseas. And so these are fictional retailing's and each of these parcels essentially a chapter of the book. And it'll start off with a small description of this fictional parcel and then a slight summary of the chapter before then going into the actual chapter now if you've never heard of him before ned. Kelly is quite famous in australian culture in general so it does tell of his life. Being in the outback in victoria is relatively impoverished childhood. Early violence mishap saudi had with the police and just with other members of his own family apprenticeship as an outlaw as a bushman onto harry pow continual police corruption and other unfortunate events that happened in his life leading to is rebellion against authority his inauguration of a small gang the kelly gang including his brother and some trusted friends before the ultimate siege capture and death. I'm

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Interview With Writer, Author, Lauren Hough

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Writer, Author, Lauren Hough

"I always have guests. Which lets you start. I always have guests interest. Will you introduce yourself a trust. See that saves you from pronouncing the name Lauren huff a writer. I have looked at your pilots. And there it. You'd be surprised how many people use that no matter where you put it though so sure absolutely carmen my entire life. That's not even the same name but that absolutely is something that people people whatever you know. You're i missed the rest of the intro. Because i was just how i knew how to pronounce. Your last name is very proud of myself. wasn't a very eloquent intro I don't know how to introduce myself Writer who wrote a book. i guess it's probably writers. Do see fucking great at. This job is interesting because i mean that's sort of thing that your book is about is i guess maybe a not not having a fixed identity because you've had a ton of jobs that are outside of the writing world. It's not like you were a person who went to undergrad and wrote and then below wrote for the rest of your life and never did anything else. You've had a lot of different things that you've done. Yeah i think that's probably why it's hard to say. I'm a writer Bouncer until last year The cable guy. Before that i still it's Yeah i still get on twitter. Oh you're the cable guy. So yeah it's it's a strange feeling that suddenly a book out of this expectation that i'll be any less of a

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"carmen" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Technically 200

"For these roundtable conversations as we learn more about the inspirational and authentic experiences of black and latino mom's not only making it happen for their families but for the entire stem ecosystem. I'm just humbled to be traducing. You all to The carman's carmen. Johnson she is a technical product manager at wbz engine as well as carmen brooms. She is a lead user experience researcher at handshake ladies. Welcome thank you thanks matt. Thanks for having us. And i hope you're okay with me calling you Cj ncb does our. Let's five works for me code if at some point. You're like you know what i'm starting to now like that. Just let me know. We'll change it up. We'll so thank you so much for joining us Why i am. The team came up with this. Particular seasons focus was because we thought that moms don't get nearly enough recognition for the incredible work that they do and it. It doesn't hurt that. Were less than a week away from mother's day so this if it seemed appropriate but i mean there is so much that you all do and yes of course you are breaking barriers breaking through. Glass ceilings cetera. But you're doing all of that while also moms so i would you each. Please just Share with us How you're among awesome. I'll go first. So i have two girls Marley end iv and marlisa oldest. She just turned five and we will turn two in june. And i have obviously due to the timing. They've both kinda fallen in line with my progression through my career in tech. So it's been very interesting right to say the least and i have two kids. Also that i have a son who's ten cayden. He's in the fourth grade and a daughter who's seven juliet and she's in the first grade so they've also experienced my career in tech. They could probably tell you as maybe stories or more stories that i can't get around later. So how do you to know each other. So our kids went to school together for a brief period. So carmen b.'s. Kids were already at their montessori school with we joined a at the time it was just marley And would we hit it off because we were like to the only black families at school But then our names both be carpet. It was kind of like people were always Which is kind of interesting issue in itself. They were always confusing. One of the other like okay so i definitely bonded with you a little bit over that off. I've ever told you that but that was always a thing And then our kids gotta cape marlee and julie. Carmen started juliet. Kinda became little friends. We'd hang out outside of the a little bit I think for a while they were going to the gymnastics school before pandemic life. Hit us. all so yeah. We got to kind of hang out a quite a bit. Yeah it was really great. Yeah 'cause we were the only black samlee at the school for. Wow and then karma k. I was like the anywhere so yeah it was really great to have the and marley and juliette. Were just the sweetest thing. So cute and marley's a little bit younger than my daughters so she got a chance to be big sister. Because you know she's not she's the youngest you know. She has older brothers. it was so cute. So yeah they they they hit it off really well and i think juliet also felt a little bit like dick sister but they still great man's israel great so i hear the i hear the connection from the school. But what talk to me about how you all support each other in your in your motherhood your mom dim To make it through because again. You're you're talking about i mean we're we're in the austin area so Black population like this. And then we're talking about Black women in stem and then moms. So how how does how do you to support your support. Each other within this very small community which this is actually guesstimates that small so it may be much larger than than many of us know. Yeah i mean. I would agree. It's not so it's very very small I think for me just having that sense of community and that sense of having someone to talk to that kinda gets a little bit of by about just in general what. It's like to be a mom. What is was like to be the mom at of school where you were the only family the only one of two black families you know i can. I can tell you for sure like being the first black family at school. You know i was bringing a lot of books to the schools into the You know just just with kids that look like us And so just having another family who i could talk to about stuff was great And it was just yeah. It was just super nice to have carmen at the skoll at have someone that was close to where our also lived because there was a couple of nights we went over their house and things that soy so that was really great and they came to our house a couple of times so just having that sense of community where you don't feel like you're the only one i think makes a huge difference for me. Yeah one hundred percent Feel like kovic could a wrench in a lot of things. Because i feel we were just starting to really start a bill. That community of we're seeing other lot and we've got the gymnastics. Let's go grab dinner like it was a lot easier to have that community when we had time more time to be physically together And then there's like ho year where literally are expected to not the around people and then you're like drowning in the dual responsibilities of work in my case work.

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Interview With Claire of up in the Air Life

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Claire of up in the Air Life

"Thanks so much for joining us. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hi my name is claire. And i am from a town called woodbridge virginia. It's about thirty minutes from dc. I live in playa del carmen mexico. And i'm actually in virginia now at my house here. And what's the name of your business. I have a. I own a lot of travel. Company called up in the air life and i also run a coaching brand under myself. I coach entrepreneurs who are looking to create travel businesses or any type of service based businesses. I helped them get to the money. So tell us like what was it like growing up in virginia and is that where your travel. I've started or was that later on in life. Yes so i grew up merge virginia. I was born in bridgeport connecticut where my parents are from and you know as a growing up as a child. We traveled ally back and forth where my parents are from My mom and dad have pretty large families. Close knit families. My mom has Eight brothers and sisters in my dad has like fifteen or sixteen brothers and sisters. So i have over a hundred first cousins in a young age. You know. I remember playing kickball in Kick the can was like my favorite one in hiding. Go seek at my grandma's house that had like a cornfield In there and like it was on a street called union avenue where it was like five families that all live next door over time and it was amazing so i had a really great childhood fun

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Che Guevara as an Icon

teikirisi

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Che Guevara as an Icon

"What is one of the most popular images symbolizing revolutionary and radical politics. That you can even think of for me. It's definitely that image of che guevara wearing a beret looking off into the distance. Are we going into this topic of il-chang give out so the year is two thousand nine and met my very first college party and i'm sherlyn you know relaxing all cool not playing some bebo and some guy walks in with t shirt and immediately. It caught my eye because number one. Cuban and number two. It's gigolo at number three. it's a white guy wearing a chicken. I don t shirt and it wasn't very different from any of the times that i saw ceva anywhere else but suddenly some white kid walking into a party wearing a t shirt had me feeling things that i had never felt before when it had seen shale at his image that grew up seeing china's image almost everywhere growing up in miami. You not really presented with people who are very different from your upbringing so growing up with a bunch of cubans. It never occurred to anybody to put j. o. On a t shirt and walk around with it carmen. And i were both raised. Cuban americans in miami where the perspective of tshuva i would say is generally that. This man was very violent figure in the revolution. It's the very first time. I think that i was confronted. With the fact that somebody else might have a different idea of what this image stands for. So get into the image. The image i'm talking about. I'm sure you've seen countless amount of times. It has been said that it is the most reproduced photograph of the twentieth century. And it is the image of chiang about looking off into the distance very serious. He's got long hair and he's wearing a beret with a single star in the middle. The image is called gabrielle at equal or heroic warrior. Yup well i have never translated that. And now as i'm saying it in english it's even

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Suspect in mass shooting at Orange business complex knew victims

KPRC 950 AM Programming

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect in mass shooting at Orange business complex knew victims

"Victims and lock The gates. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News Police in Southern California say the man suspected of a mass shooting in the city of Orange knew the people he shot and killed. He's identified as a minute job. Gonzalez. The victims were associated with a company called Unified Homes to Women. A man and a nine year old boy were killed. A woman who was holding the nine year old as he died was injured. Investigators have established that the suspect arrived at the location at a rental car. Which has been located in the parking lot of Tuo Tuo west drama. I'm sorry, West Lincoln. The suspect is believed to have been living out of a motel room in Anaheim Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says Gonzalez was injured and is in critical but stable condition. Jessica

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Four killed, two injured, including alleged gunman, in California shooting

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Four killed, two injured, including alleged gunman, in California shooting

"A mass shooting in Southern California leaves four dead. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. No word. What sparked the shooting yesterday at an office building near Los Angeles. When police arrived, bullets were still flying for victims that are deceased on the location. One of those victims does include a child police Lieutenant Jennifer amount with the city of Orange says officers arrived in time to stop the gunman from killing 1/5 victim that is a female victim, and she is currently in critical condition. Our suspect was also transported to the hospital, where he is in critical condition. It's unclear whether the gunman was injured as police returned fire or whether he shot

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Child Among 4 Dead in Shooting at Los Angeles Office Building

The Other Side of Midnight

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Child Among 4 Dead in Shooting at Los Angeles Office Building

"Four shot and killed in Southern California, including a child. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News, Police say The gunman opened fire Wednesday afternoon in an office building in the Los Angeles suburb of Orange officials not saying at this point why the child was Hampus seen shots were still being fired when police arrived with officials calling it an officer involved shooting. The suspect was wounded by police that

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News Corp to Buy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Consumer-Publishing Arm

Larry O'Connor

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

News Corp to Buy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Consumer-Publishing Arm

"In London. Simon I in Fox News major publishing business has been sold. News Corp is buying Houghton Mifflin Hardcourts Consumer publishing business That's paying $349 Million Dhmh unit includes the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Martha Stewart titles and the Carmen San Diego books. It also publishes George Orwell. Philip Roth and its Children's books also include the little blue truck, Curious George And the Polar Express. The sale will help hoping to pay down debt and focus on its digital first education strategy.

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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority GM 'Commits' To No Layoffs Or Furloughs For T Or Commuter Rail

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority GM 'Commits' To No Layoffs Or Furloughs For T Or Commuter Rail

"Or layoffs the Carmen's union for its part, it's still skeptical as we hear from WBC's Karen Regal. That letter indicates the team may bring back services faster than expected and that the commuter rail would see a significant increase in service next month with its new schedules. The letter also promised no layoffs or furloughs about 40 commuter rail employees were about to disembark thanks to layoffs, and now they will not Boston. Carmen Union President Jim ever says he's still worried then we have no covert numbers out tonight from DPH, the state now reporting 1887 newly confirmed cases on the seven day average positivity rate 2.1% and for context here that is the first time it's been above 2% since last month, officials say 43 more people have died of covert 19. I'm Nicole Davis. You're on

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Addressing the Black Maternal Healthcare Crisis

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Addressing the Black Maternal Healthcare Crisis

"Two day we are joined by two amazing women to discuss. Black women's health care carmen. Green the vice president research and strategy at the national earth equity collaborative and one of my friends. Melanie newman senior vice president of communications and culture at the planned. Parenthood of america ladies. How are you thinking for joining us today. Thank you for having us zero. Well thank you glad to be here. So i just love seeing black women who are all about supporting lifting other black women especially when it comes to healthcare so first question is what brought each of you to this work melanie. I'll start with you. Melania i used to work at the dnc together. She came down for the convention in charlotte. And i've just been able to see her do so many bad ass. Amazing things like just your communication strategy. Everything that you do. you're amazing. So what made you fall in love with this work. Thank you so. I would would brought me to planned. Parenthood is my commitment to flow the through line through my entire career. It's not just planned. Parenthood the through line in my career is my commitment to black people in impact. Positively impacting the lives of black people. So before planned. Parenthood i worked in government have done housing policy. I've done criminal justice work at the justice department and at the w. c. p. legal defense fund and i came to planned parenthood to work in health equity Its core to planned. Parenthood's mission and Connects with me in a very real way as a black woman. As a black mother ensuring an expanding access to sexual reproductive healthcare particularly for black women is incredibly important to me. So that's why i'm here carmen. How 'bout you yes indeed. Where my journey to health equity. In what i do now it national birth equity collaborative has really come from genuine interest in learning more about my own my own story my own freedom like on my healing journey. I find that they're these different. Ill these different points aware. I become closer within an entire tribe in learned that there are folks all over the country in world who are interested in what i'm also interested in so for example i was on my healing journey from From sexual assault in abuse. And do that do they experience. I started to learn about public. Health started to learn that there are entire organizations that focused on reproductive justice in reproductive freedom on medicare organization said. Do this work on a policy level. And so as i assumed in my own healing in in my own life journey i find that there are just hundreds of thousands of other black women who are also seeking their own freedom on through the work into activism and advocacy are. That's how i found myself from doing burke justice in breath equity work. Today i appreciate you boast just much for what you do for carrying so much about black women's health care and we're gonna dive into it a little bit more one. The first things that i want to talk about is the black maternal health. Mama this act. I just love that name. It was re introduced into congress by representatives. Lauren underwood albums in senator cory booker. So can you both just dive in a little bit more. Ow this act in why. It's really important to black women in carmen. We can start basile most definitely so excited. She's like oh. I'm no out so when you are love talking about it. Because it's been years in the making thinking of the leadership over decades of people lifting the blanton health crisis and now we're at this point where we have a mommy bus act so it was first introduced with at least the black maternal health caucus was created in two thousand nineteen. And that's when the pressure really started but The caucuses self is exciting. Because it's a one of the largest asks that is like now moving through the federal legislative process. And that just speaks so much to how this issue connects with individuals. We all viscerally know how important it is to care for. Mob take care for our own mothers and so when these stories are told on these devastating tour stories of Light preventable death and long term chronic conditions for black mamas i. I'm pleased that is that is connected with so many legislators. But i'm right now as a package of twelve bills that hit on all different kinds of things. It's just really nice to hear. The breath of policy changed as within the mommy bus. But it is its purpose is to filling gaps in existing legislation to address every dimension of the black. Maternal health. Crisis

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"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

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"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"But when you listen to that record everything is new. Yes beautiful musicians on the the youngest guy. I had to tell you this. I got a little bit about the record bond ancestors. This kid is haitian brother. Did i met bay jazz hand program. All of eighteen years old is offering and as the whole record. Okay kid has has his own. He is another one that y'all need to be paying attention to his name. Is julius rodriguez okay. I had two drummers one from seattle originally his name is casa the other brothers tearing on gully. i mean these are telling. You names that you know. Not i telling you that you don't have to get a garment. London reagan make sure that you get my record to get your name straight so you can follow their careers and who live wrong. Itar produced by lisbeth. Louis my brother curtis money on bass is hold. I mean ain't gonna happen without that. Base curtis london in kenya. Davis are killing it homebase kimmelman. I'm telling you so that record. Myra gonzales originally from havana cuba throwing it down and be authentic way and the next one one boat in a way. What should i say this one. Jump off the boat before getting the states. You okay yes. One person that the rest makes them a little bit closer to africa than we are so can't be dismissing whole. That caribbean music. Keep doing that. We have to understand that. That's all part of what what makes us and our contribution to the planet on so many levels not just the music people but on so many levels we have to sit up with our backs straight and know that if not for us this country could not be what it is. yes areas. And i'm proud to say at apologizing for note you need to understand it because it's the truth. Yes yes don't this this conversation. I tell you i am modern ancestors you are generous. You are i would say woman but no you are renaissance. But you are in that right now. I'm having a conversation here with carmen..

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"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Glory awash to another great. Modern has history lou williams the thing. I also low about solar so speaking of the williams great pianists. Is that both pianists on that record. Are women awhile. Patrice rushing jerry allen board so science some were you'll hit me on my offender roads or electronic. He's but as women that's another thing about sobe soul that i think sets that record apart. Yes no back supper together with others. Stellar artists like being mild in my god introducing a young drummer. I think it was maybe his second record in his career. And you know Randy brecker other veteran just so many great artists on that on that record. That's takes it. Takes the life that it takes and you hear it. You can't just listen one time. Every time you listen is from one cut to the next. It has to be that way. Because it's just that great. And i listened to your comment and i hear you speak of how you invested. You invested deeply into your craft in. It's obvious that you still do and here you are today. Hang homage to the modern ancestors. You speak of the lake. Ella fitzgerald and billie holiday as i read your press release you you know you speak of ray charles and sarah bon john coltrane and you when we listen to your work and your contribution to this healing property that all of this great music brings your name is right there with them so i say kudos for you understanding and paying how much to those great folks because as time goes on we continue to give aage to you carmen lundy and i mean that was all of my heart. I need that you are a marvel. You really are what you know that you think of i. So the modern disasters we talk about finding our roots. And you know we are going all the way back and stuff you know. They'll wait a second. what about the ones. That was just left us in the summer for the nation that define actually define the how the world and america's sell music and but at the same time these being guided by that information and by that example and being given permission through that to be yourself. It's ultimately fine your statement. Not just your voice but the rain or we can use voice in abroad or turn not just the literal but to actually speak and.

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"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"I'm a child of the sixties really seventies. But there was another powell stuff already ended. The amateur thing had the apollo. You couldn't do that in the seventies there wasn't happening in the seventies in new york. That was over. you know. Put your you know to the pavement. A go out there and find the game. Yes so that was the way i developed so i think that musical trading was so helpful because i was able to first off it Learn a lot of music on my own on my own independent of the bandstand but then again on the band's name of some of the world's greatest artists in newark so i had this wonderful balance. Duality going on and the whole thing of the writer. The composer Was never really what i thought would happen. I just want. I was ella fitzgerald granddaughters. Sir the doctor you know as my jazz grandmother you know and but there there was a reason for it and i didn't really know the reason for it but i knew that is some point because so many of those ours was still alive then. I was a youngster. You here. Betty carter performed plate with her for years. So i see her a lot to hear carnage cray going..

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"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Monday all of well. You know it's funny that you know the whole the whole the imf inspiration right behind my left shoulder is a gigantic poster of ella fitzgerald. They greasy every time. I come into my studio and when i injured the whole college years i knew that i was going to be a music major but i know that i didn't wanna be education music major. You know. I knew that. I wanted to be a performer. So there was no there was only you know. Their curriculum gave me two choices. Music education or applied voice and applying voice is basically had to do with performance plying. The performance your your artist in that realm and i entered In my charts listed to continue in the classical music. So i was there. I was doing opera law. Because that's what you know. Best do vocalist in a class of program they give you all these areas and all these italian art sauce and stuff and i was thrust into this. This whole discipline of Vogel take me all these days. And i looked up and i learned from all of appears friend of mine that i started my career with dave voice teen and david was the jazz department so occasionally david over one of the classmate zale arm and this song that i wrote for my class. Can you say. I make sure i was off and running in visit particularly with my gospel background. I had come from this this experience of sitting in a way that was in the moment more so than the written notes on the page in his background in both from the carl music and stuff but when i got to college somebody has museum. I was like okay so after a year or two a balancing back and forth from everybody songs and getting this little elective class call. Jazz will wanna one or something. The next thing. I know they had out. They had created. I think i was the impetus for them. Establishing a curriculum for the jazz vocalist. But they didn't really know what they were doing. The lakers through in there and put me in the class with all these jazz gray jazz musicians who are all applying their their craft. And by the time i left they had established. I think it was a year after i left. Actually they created this curriculum. So i was a jazz major but my instrument was voice. So that's kind of way. I you know. Continue for the next four years at the university of miami. So here it is. I'm hearing you know. Learning about the john coltrane's learning about the miles davis says and i'm hearing about you know this is what i'm getting..

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"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Still plying my trade and everything but i look up without realizing my mother and these wonderful voices new. This incredibly small black women were still singing in no one ever recorded them. So i spoke to my age would just retired from the military. And i said you know we. You know. this doesn't make sense now. How do they still be doing this before. Plus years and no one ever recorded him so we wanted to restore studio ninety ninety one. The first recording session was the day after christmas when all of the siblings. Who live in states flew in for the holiday inn next day. We were in the studio. So i have this footage of what nine hours of interviews and recordings and songs. And i had this stuff in my house and looked up and here comes the pandemic. And i'm like okay. i'm going to. I'm going to edit these nine hours of a vhs tapes in my god you know. Some of the condition got transferred to dvd. That was another task to get into my computer so long story short. I ended it a film that took me four and a half months but it all took place in these last four and a half months. So that's what i've been doing. A edited the phil and it's all about. I mean it's interesting that the sums up in thirty years after they act thirty years after they did it so my mother has passed on and the other lead singer and the class on that. You know what. I've got to tell this story and i gotta do it now. That's that going back to that time. Tunnel saved my emotional life being able to revisit and be with my mother like that and see myself. You know some two thirty years ago to observe the relationship in the bond and the but humor the sisterhood. The strain up the belief system. The everything has to be in that time total before and a half months was absolutely wonderful. Gift wonderful gift. My film is called nothing but the blood. We're just wanted to songs of the many songs they record it. And i don't know what's going to happen next but that film but in the midst of all that s isn't it something. I should be listening to my aunt. Who plays some of the most serious the allen levy year in the gospel tradition. And i will say this holloway. Somehow this is not a float up in my music where. I don't know so there were certain days. What have you. So i will write. You know sleek on songs sleep for gays hearing a song of the resort. Because i ours. You know eight twelve hours a day..

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"carmen" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"carmen" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"And the. I guess the evening over here but talking to you carmen miller who is a musician all the way from where you based on actually based until high. Oh right now. By way of detroit michigan originally from detroit. Okay well that. That's really cool to know. And i kind of discovered you recently finally Decided to do something with my took talk account. And but i have a tiktok account for awhile and i guess i just didn't have much inevitable Believe in tiktok to be honest. Until i saw all the diverse ways you could go but may 'cause i've just been so consumed by just the The music video of people who seems from differ movies like. That's not something. I'm crazy about but i'm you know kind of warmed up to tiktok now but yeah discovered you through it and also down the rabbit hole with tiktok. Tiktok is kind of for me. It's like a time drain. Because i see so much good content and i find myself scroll in like all the time i used to be like a big facebook head of corey's but like I think that the more political that things got in terms of facebook Original you to talk more quality. And now i know i'm gonna i guess i have to qualify this because okay so with facebook. The my the biggest drawback for me was how people take and manipulate information in terms of the Stories that they grabbed from sites that are like satire sites. They purport to them to be real and things like that. I like the fact that tick tock has creators and content creators. Who manufacturer what it is that they share and that it's almost like the sound version of twitter. Sue me because you know it's it's very sore net kind of thing so that i do enjoy I'm a novice still you know. I i'm hoping to really developed really content now but i'm still pretty new. I mean being a musical artist yourself. I mean i see you benefiting from some tiktok Even more considering that from what. I know artists regardless of bigger smaller they have their music out. There publicly comes on tiktok. I have a friend who had a song out A couple of months ago and it became it became a musical or annoyed. Obviously music that you can play in this video. What are we. And she didn't even know about. She even know her son is on there. I've been using it to share my my music Actually i have probably mantar cadillac. I do believe is in usable. Sounds on tiktok now And that's one of the things. I really enjoy about it too because it is a great way to get my music out there here lately since we've been kind of indoors during this whole covert thing. I've been creating quite a bit. So it's been like a big chris to get out there so yes no i. I definitely see that i mean it helps that if you have i mean because people love doing those are music videos or music soundbites. Yeah there is like a sern part of the lyrics of your songs. Which i've listened to of them i on youtube in your music is on several platforms. I believe yeah on your website often. To which i listened to one of your latest and let me talk is there to them but shoot i am trying to. I've.

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"carmen" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"carmen" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"In partnership with lord fairfax community college having provided higher education and career training for the past half century l. Fcc is tightly interwoven into the fabric of the northern shenandoah valley and piedmont regions. Join me every week. For conversations with current and former students to hear their funny and inspiring stories as we learn about their journey to higher education the role that nfc has played where they are now and where they plan to go also talked to current and former professors about their experiences and best memories of l. fcc over the past fifty years get every single episode as they're released on our website at the river. Nine five three dot com under the podcast tab or you can subscribe for free and apple. Podcasts google podcasts. On spotify amazon music wherever you listen to podcasts just search for l. Fcc stories we are having a conversation today with carmen schlosser. She is a graduate of lord. Fairfax community college in carmen. I understand you check a couple of boxes because not only you a graduate from l. fcc but you also work here. Yes that is correct when you graduated high school. What was your thought. Where college was concerned. I wasn't sure what i wanted to do yet. But community college seemed like the best way to figure that out and it was affordable. So that's why. I started here and ended up really enjoying a lot of my english classes with dr kendrick. So that's what. I ended up studying at george mason. I have always loved writing. Ever since i was a kid and then in high school really kind of developed that and then definitely in college and then poetry. I've always loved but actually you concentrated in that in college and then what are you doing now. Are you still pursuing other degrees. Where are you from an education perspective. So i did get my bachelors at george mason in in english and concentrated in creative writing and poetry. It's been so long so they've been in college. I would love to go back and learn more about what people are doing. Nowadays the poach. I'd just like. I'll read stuff from the library or i'll buy books and then there's a few poetry foundation of websites that i follow as well to kind of keep up with the modern stuff so i went to college study. What i love didn't really have a great idea of what i was going to do. Career wise after that. But i'm still currently figuring out what i wanna do with my bachelors. If i want to go on and get a master's and doctorate because he ultimate goal would be to teach poetry and creative writing at like a college level so kind of figuring out the money aspect of that. But i still do right a lot currently and read a and kind of keep learning about their that. I love so your job here is in admissions and advising so you probably deal with students every single day that i think i kind of know where i wanna go but i don't really know what it was supposed to do in the meanwhile to get there and that's what i love about community college because students come in and they may have an idea of what they wanna do some already know like the ten years in the future what they wanna do which is great but others just don't really know and i think it's a great place to start whether they're doing. General studies are a liberal arts. Like i did. I'm just kind of exploring different areas and kind of figuring out what they love what they're drawn to what was your first experience here at l. c. Was it with somebody in admissions and advising trying to guide you through what your first steps were. Yeah let me go back ten years and years. I think my first memories like experience it was like they had a their orientations. Were really large with a lot of students. And i do remember kind of the on boarding being fairly easy to do because once we actually registering for classes after orientation there. Was somebody in the room with us. Who would show us like step by step and we still do that to this day. Step-by-step how to enroll and stuff like that so it was helpful in the beginning to have that guidance. You probably deal with a lot of people in a lot of different age ranges. Just a lot of diversity of people coming in here for the first time terrified with no idea what they're supposed to do next. It took every bit of courage and energy. They had does just walk through the front door right. And i am a firm believer that the classes should be the only hard part of college like the beginning where you're enrolling and stuff but that can be really complicated for first timers and that's just where my heart is is helping those students of like all ages all ethnicities. I just really enjoy the range of people here and try to make it as easy as possible for them to kind of do the first steps. So what do you say to somebody who hasn't even been able to make that first step in the front door. If somebody is sitting at home thinking. I don't think i can do this or it might not be right for me. Just try. i mean especially if they a lot of students get financial aid especially if you can go to college and how financial assistance like i say do do it like start somewhere even if you're not going right in and taking eighteen credits semester you can still start out doing twelve and just kind of working towards something whatever pace you're comfortable with. Do you think having an end goal in mind is a good place to start. I know it seems counterintuitive. But do you think that helps or is it really that necessary. I think that it definitely definitely helps. And i would encourage students as looking into college to definitely try to have an end goal in mind because that's something that i didn't. I felt like. I had to go to college because that was my next step and i'll never regret it. 'cause dr kendrick always said that education is one thing no one can ever take away from you. That's something that you did to invest in yourself. And i do firmly believe in that but it is nice to have a job out of college so it would be probably smart to have an end goal or like a career idea in mind approaching college. So is your job here. Full time part time. What does it look like when you're not here at school so it is part time when i'm not at school. I'm actually working on my second job. I work at a steakhouse as a server. I've been there for years. Enjoy also the aspect of communicating with people interacting with them in other than that. I love to write still in read and spend time with my family. Was it weird to go from being a student here to being a staff member here a little bit. The places changed a lot of the renovations happened in the time that i was a student here. Now that i'm working here so it looks a lot different. It almost doesn't feel the same college. But i still see a lot of the same faces because people when they work here tend to stick around like it. So yeah it is. It is interesting. But i think some of the things that i wish i would have had as a student here at l. Sec just are offered to students. And i didn't know about so. I like to try to make that known to students so they don't have to have the same struggles that i did. It probably doesn't make your job a whole lot easier because you've been where a lot of them are when they come into your office. Yes like i've been scared. I've been like i don't know what to do next or financial aids a big one. We can actually help with that. But i try to get connected with the right people. What do you hear the most from students. Oh my goodness there is a lot of questions. I think the biggest one over the course of the pandemic and like people or students not being sure if they want to go back to a four year is questions about. How do i enroll for just a class or two or semester. To while i decide on what i'm doing with my four year education so we have a lot of visiting students who come in need to know the process so we get that a lot like. I'm not sure all of our classes are going to be online at my four year. I don't wanna pay tuition. If i can get those gen ed's knocked out of the way so we help them figure out as a visiting student how to take classes with us. Are you seeing an uptick in people who probably never would have considered college period that thing. Hey i'm working from home now. We're in a pandemic. why not take a few classes. Because i don't actually have to go to the school..

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"carmen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"carmen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Carmen best is the chief Seattle's mayor says it's not an arm's takeover calling it a festival like summer of love type atmosphere president trump has warned he could take action and what he calls the anarchy there the mayor calls that illegal the president is calling for some police reform but also tells fox our police and law enforcement strong they have to do it right they have to be trained in a proper manner they have to do it right he's writing an executive order that would also push for economic development in minority communities Republicans are making a big change just two months before their convention moving the big events including the trump nomination speech to a new city fox's John decker live in Washington after several weeks of consideration the Republican National Committee announced that it's moving its marquee events in late August to Jacksonville Florida from Charlotte North Carolina RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel mayor Lenny curry and also governor to Santa's have just work with us every step of the way and they want this to be a great event to show that their states open America's open for business decision by the RNC ends weeks of uncertainty after president trump battle with the governor of North Carolina over social distancing precautions that could have limited crowd socks Dave John Florida senior surgeon virus cases setting a one day record this week Arizona is also seen a spike the governor Doug Ducey's moving ahead with more planned re openings we will balance public health with public safety and will increase our testing and our contact tracing.

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"carmen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"carmen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Carmen and your call for crosstalk at public house hello boys you had a very entertaining show yesterday Mike Holmgren was awesome van Gundy awesome so thank you I'm a big fan but you guys were awesome today's gonna stink I guess because it was too awesome I don't know yeah everything is awesome as a crowd over there public cancel which nonstop here K. we've got what we call a a late a lunch time crowd just kind of speaking and that's right I have a one in a walk over there during the break the weather saying you and he said yeah I have at it by Mike okay guys will stay here I love that voice I have to work I've got other stuff I gotta go socks yeah yeah I'm going to success tomorrow looking forward to that are you feeling the energy yeah yeah and I'm gonna feel it to tomorrow I'm sure and there's a buzz for the first time in a long time about this and we're gonna talk to Brooks Boyer in like forty five minutes about the weekend we always have tremendous ideas for yeah we always I like to pitch a good idea or two we had the great idea for when the Astros come to town MLB can't touch that Brooks can't talk about it they they're on a strict gag order from the commissioner rob what's the idea again many trash cans with a little like a little like a wooden spoon or something get bang on the trash cans all get awesome yes of course so you told us to Major League Baseball with will do what I know how about Oscar the grouch giveaways eight RPG garbage or how about outside we do a tail gate in the parking lot and Carmen in your call garbage cans and wooden spoons are given away I would do well but then they probably will that you bring it into the state then people will think that your trash will be like why are you giving as yeah get it yeah they don't know what the Houston Astros cheating scandal the very confused it's a bad bad no we always have idea I like that yeah recon on today I was over at three yesterday and I got a big buzz around the white Sox I mean they're talking playoffs are talking multiple championships well let's not get carried away with multiple championships let's just get back to the playoffs yeah right maybe about five hundred let's at the bottom that I'll take like I'll take an eighty four win season to be honest I would be our me it's easy for me to say in January on a cold rainy day like if if there are a game out in on September first and they collapse I think I'll be pretty upset but I think I'll take an eighty four win season if they just make it interesting you don't make the let's take that you've got a Minnesota team that won a hundred one can I know they were watching that one ninety three your pa code numbers are going to come out to about eighty four maybe eighty two yeah I mean let's be realistic I heard record record to rear talking about you know I expect to compete for the playoffs baby steps guys let's put one foot in front of the other soon will be walking out the door and maybe not going on the playoff door but let's let's not get crazy here but I sometimes yeah I think that Rick you might know although this is like his year to capitalize on some opportunities you know I mean like there there might be more of a microscope and Ricky this year than there has been an I mean I don't know pick a number the probably in any year of his live his managerial career right I mean this would be the first time that a team is actually expected to win win in and compete and be good and he is going to be under the microscope more absolutely no question a little easier to do the job but nobody expects anything I do you and your going out what if you put it much fun to do the job when you nobody we got no chance but no pressure no expectations a good bit I agree it should be and it should be embraced they should all be embracing it I think they are and this so it'll be the first time in a long time that there's a buzz about xoxo in you can make your jokes I know plenty cub fans out there gonna make their jokes no matter what that's fine I we can we can handle it our goal win a World Series you know you say take that even that they'll still say nobody you know I've heard I heard it all until five in a row six you know what it is nobody are you saying nobody cares that actually that show the cops can make all the jokes it's a one seven million people that were at the parade number seven million people it is not an ounce right we look.

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"carmen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"carmen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Carmen in your co on E. S. P. N. Chicago the practice a gentleman in the game so I feel like when they come game time there they'll be plus the energy flowing throughout my body and I really want to focus on the pain and stuff like that so it's really just is going out there and and just play my game I don't think I'll be for somebody Justin feels quarterback at Ohio state they face off against Clemson the three to match up in the PlayStation PS the ball in the college football semi final tomorrow night that's the night game Ellis you Oklahoma the day game at three o'clock number four Oklahoma number one Ellis you in the chick fillet peach bowl the college football playoff crisp like I'm a dollar singing for covering your code today here on ESPN one thousand and the tune in apple I'm excited for both of these games I think they give you something different to kind of focus in on the quarterback play should be great in both of these contests and we'll see who's real in this for someone who's just kinda there based on the the great schedule they had throughout the year I'm talking about claims it is a little bit of Oklahoma to wind up points expected in these games Chris the over under for the first game Oklahoma Alice use it seventy five and a half the second game sixty three a lot of points let's talk with Adam Rittenberg from ESPN he covers college football in now you can also follow him on Twitter at ESPN written bird he joined us a lot throughout the college football season on our Chicago's college tail gate show Saturdays throughout the fall in Adam as we get sent to our preview these bowl games for the college football playoff what should we kind of focus in on when we look ahead at Oklahoma and I wish you the first game tomorrow afternoon what did it with you guys yeah I I think for Oklahoma aids how much have they truly improved on defense because they're going to have to play their best game really on both sides the specially defensively that contain go borrow and distracting attack from LSU which has been it may be that surprising story of the college football season nationally this year so yeah there are a lot better defensively Oklahoma but can they contain to March eighth can they force the intersections are turned over some the Alice you off and can they limit their number of scoring drive is really nobody outside of Auburn has been able to do that consistently and then from Dallas you know they played really good defense the last two games against Texas a and M. in Georgia I'll go home with a much better off than they theme Jaylen heard before when he was in Alabama uniform how did they perform against him and I do think the really cool thing about this match up you have a quarterback in jail at hertz who made me is the player that defined the college football playoff era more than anyone else he's going to be in it with two separate team even the same stadium where you want to work he was bad and they won a national title with Alabama same stadium where he came off the bench to help out with them to get into the playoffs last year and be Georgia in the SEC championship so that is just something that we're not gonna see very often great subplot of this game as far as you mentioned all the experience that feeling has but how much does it matter when you're in this game and how much is like an Riley talked about the experience of jail it hurts other than rather than his other quarterbacks that have been in this situation well again you know everyone in Oklahoma it's been in in the playoffs unless they're true freshman or transfers so you're not at the jail and Bennett with bin it multiple times with Alabama and that's always an advantage yeah well if you have not been part of that you're Joe Berle with with you know when he was at Ohio state was not a factor when they were in the playoffs in twenty sixteen and so you know that that that we give Oklahoma yes somewhat of an edge but L. if you get a much better team in my view and that's not a necessarily not gonna go home I just think I'll go Ellis you with that good a job where I was that special their offense is your kind of that revolutionary from what we've seen in recent years yeah I I got to see them again Texas a and M. a few weeks ago and the I a and M. which has a pretty good players on the defense had no answers for girl or those receivers we'll see about Clyde Edward solaire at running back sounds like you may play or give it a go will be a hundred percent but I just don't they go go on the console them down a lad they they force of turnovers and the problem for Oklahoma guy did that they have won some games this year despite them David hurts turnovers the first Baylor game the Texas game and he had to read don't turnovers and nearly a third if you have that against LSU you have absolutely no chance so in my view at Oakland is gonna have to win the turnover margin at least by two if not more to have a chance in this game Adam Rittenberg joining Chris black enameled Dolly infer company your co here on ESPN one thousand and the tune in apps us specifically about Joe burrow in the season that he had he wins the Heisman Trophy throws for forty eight touchdowns Ellis you goes thirteen and now he's the best quarterback in college football Adam you would have followed college football for a very long time when we look back like ten years down the road at what Joe burrow did this season what do you think will stand out at the end of the day well I think it's more so the fact that yeah Joe it has been an underdog his entire career you know I I do these first look Highsmith list right after the Heisman award it is given for the next year and he was nowhere to be found on mine or anyone else's for the twenty nineteen high yeah he was a a guy you could get on the field at Ohio state I still remember sitting in a quarterback meeting room with Joe burrow J. T. Barrett great has given Kate Martel with a little known coach Dave Ryan day leading the meeting yeah Joe at that time with the back of the day he there at never became a starter package transfer had a decent year last year I've been talking to people in analyses coating that they felt optimistic about him going into this year but I don't think anyone could have foreseen what he's been able to do it Baker Mayfield always had that Kyler Murray always had to fight with Alan they could have incredible numbers for Oklahoma the last two years but there was a lot of doubt about whether Joe burrows even capable of doing that and he has shown that he is that he's shattered all of our expectations it's really a cool story and obviously if they're able to meet up with Ohio state in the national title game that would be incredible because yeah the starting quarterback well if you'd just got his masters I think last week would have degrees of both of the schools that will be meeting in the championship in the second game cleansing against Ohio state it seems like when Clinton was the dog they were getting any respect another Ohio state is a dog they're not getting in any respect what do you make of clubs in season the fact that they lead the league they leave college football in defense that Trevor Lawrence is playing really well ever since then North Carolina games got twenty six touchdowns three interceptions since that game what do you make of clubs in even though they haven't played up really played anybody that's of this caliber going into this game yeah I mean they they look like arguably the best team in the country I said the Carolina scare and you're now we're just going to see if their playoff experience and the fact that they are just that good you can make the stated again the much better appointed because they haven't faced anybody with the talent level that comes close to Ohio state including Texas a and M. the Buckeyes are are much more talented on defense they're gonna put a fly pressure to clubs in like they haven't seen all season early going to try to and then they have the the the type of secondary that that may be able to keep up with those talented receivers especially got the rock who had a credible performance in the playoffs last year along with he had gained their Marty Rogers the other so it's a it's an incredible receiving corps for clubs that but it's also a really talented group at Ohio state and then can clubs the defense which as you mentioned has been so incredible this year despite losing all those draft picks especially up front can they keep it up against the offense they had with the account level they haven't seen off the that they haven't been adjusted feel they haven't seen a decade job and they haven't seen the receiving corps which caused a lot of A. and Benjamin Victor in case a hell of the list goes on Gary wells and so can they keep that up again those types of players can essentially raise their level of play significantly because of the competition level that that's what I'm looking for two because we know they can do it we know that they have performed on this date but this team the twenty nineteen constant pain can they do it because we we don't we have not seen that base a team of I was a full of all these Adam Rittenberg from ESPN joining Chris black and I'm a doll infer Carmen in your go right here on ESPN one thousand and the tuning nap Justin fields his left knee he said on Tuesday that's only about eighty to eighty five percent is that something that Ohio state fan should be worried about before tomorrow's game yeah a little better yeah I Tom in the big ten championship in and he looked a bit limited you're wanting to just the distance so wealthy that guys is that he expands plays well yeah what what he needs he's not a primarily running quarterback but he can obviously make a lot of things happen with his legs and they've been really good on third down in terms of avoiding pressure even the game against our cluster which was that really competitive yeah they they had been there to be any of their dialogue early in the game he found a way to convert all of those is he able to do that again you obviously much more talented clubs in defense I thought the way he performed the second half against Wisconsin showed a lot of got specially the third quarter and you know he should be better than that if you've got the time Iraq without a game in between so I think he's going to be pretty close to a full strength but what what will notice early on in the Ohio state guys in the last two games the first half is not been as crisp as clean as dominant as we saw that provides to the seed and now they were able to turn that around with big third quarters especially in the Wisconsin game the big ten championship are they able to do that against clubs that so I think whichever team pledges first is going to be really interesting because clubs in facing a much more talented opponent and they've had all year Ohio state's been a little sluggish in the first half of the last two games we were talking earlier about the playoffs and we took a few calls and been reading tweets all day whenever we bring up the college football playoff guys would be so much cooler if they were sixteens guys to be so much cooler if they were eight teams how do you feel about the four teams in do you think they were obviously they're going to expand eventually but do you think how many teams do you think they should expand to yeah I I'm I'm in favor of an eighteen play out but I don't know of a in the reasoning my reasoning is that a fairly aligned with many people they it's not because of we'll see more competitive games most years only two three eighty four at the most teens are capable of winning a national title you go to eighteen play out you're not going to see a bunch of your three overtime thrillers you're probably gonna see more blow out but my thing is make it national create opportunity because it's really cool for these players and coaches and schools to say Hey I was part of the playoffs yeah that that was the highlight of my career that was the highlight of my college experience right now it's not national at all I mean it's essentially you're the FTC clans and and whoever else is part of Oklahoma now the big bad and you don't get the.

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"carmen" Discussed on LEAD the podcast

LEAD the podcast

12:37 min | 3 years ago

"carmen" Discussed on LEAD the podcast

"The PODCAST. I am thrilled to welcome Carmen Medina as this week's guest Carmen spent thirty two years at the CIA. But when you meet her you will hardly notice. She is recognized as a national and international expert on intelligence analysis strategic thinking diversity of thoughts and innovation and entrepreneurship in the public sector. She is the CO author of rebels at work. A handbook for leading change from within her story as a heretic and change agent at the CIA is featured in Wharton School. Professor Adam grants grants bestseller originals. How nonconformists move the world? Carmen is Puerto Rican by birth and Texan by nationality. We're so so excited that she's here. Thank you carbon. Thank you for having me. So let's get to it. What is the number one challenge that you see leaders your space at work? You know what I WANNA start. Macro.

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