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"cecilia school" Discussed on Against The Odds

Against The Odds

02:30 min | 2 months ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on Against The Odds

"And flies straight into this and this appears so after that you return to camp four and i'm sure there's a lot on your mind and you can see people on the mountain and all this unfolding and then later rolf was hit by the avalanche and a few others got the summit and came back down and when cecilia and lars came back to camp for what. What was that like well. Cecilia school was the wife to roll bar. A norwegian kleiber who. I got acquainted with on k. Two and you know we are always teasing with a charter. Because i'm swedish. She's norwegian when neighbor countries and. I was always cracking norwegian jokes. Him and he was cracking swedish jokes to me. It was genuine friendly guide at you. Just love he had this aura of kindness There was no ego. And you also have to remember that want ralph did was. He stopped just very very close to the summit. He didn't go up to summit instead. He's waited there until his wife. Lauch got to the summit and he waited to help them back to the highs. Kemp saying was a true gentleman. It was a true climber in very inspirational one and Larson resilient combat to the cab. I could just look at lauren's face. I knew directly that something bad had happened. I mean there was bad things happening all the time now. People were reported being lost and people reported that they seemed people falling through their deficit. Setris of we didn't have a complete list and complete understanding of the severity of what happened. To whom would happen. But when i was looking at lars face a new immediately something had happened to ralph and life crack up and he talked about how they descended along the traverse before the bottleneck and the ropes were missing and Ralph decided to go first and in the middle of the night so you can only see the headlamps..

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"cecilia school" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Hey this is Anne and Samantha and walk into stuff. Mom Never told you. Production of iheartradio's how steph parks it is the first female. I twenty twenty which means joined again by our good friend and CO worker ease. Hi thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having me again. We just had a rousing discussion about aliens and how they should look resolutions running And disliking running and a little bit of Are are kind of disastrous mornings. A bit of a mishaps made them which is important part. We did we did. You're here to tell the tell. That actually is probably a very important part to a lot of these female. I we talk about. Yeah you're right because they do get pretty intense in some parts like they went through lie. They struggled a lot and they fought a lot but you know they did a lot of things to yes and the one. The person he brought for us today she did so much. Us and Very important to the discussions. We're having now around the environment and sustainability things that are on a lot of people's minds as it should be. Yeah that's exactly what I was thinking I was like. I feel like it's really good to be able to talk about today. We're going to be talking about when Gary Muthu Matai And she did a lot of stuff that had to do with environmental activism and that is clearly something that we're talking about right now today and I I didn't choose say. Oh let me find somebody who's doing something that has to do with the environment. It just kind of came like. Oh she's someone who is you know first of all from the African continent which I feel like maybe we've discussed somebody from African continent so far I can't remember but yeah that was really important to me and also the actual work that she's doing is so relevant in to what we're talking about and is also very recent and also had a very global impact and she knows what she's talking about. She knows what she's doing and she's also left a great legacy behind her. That just kind of touched people of all different cultures and people of all different nationalities which I think is a really cool thing. Yeah when I I was reading her. Her story. I always stress the importance of context in these stories. That we to us. And it's is recent and it's kind of shocking. How much she did. And how much things have changed. Just through the sixties and seventies kind of just this tumultuous cauldron of all these things happening yeah and is also just you know very indicative of the actual issues that people were going through in Kenya on the African continent at the time because obviously environmental issues are global issues. But they're also very specific to the locales and a climate in which all the activists separately reside They're all different but also related in some way and I think her perspective and how she kind of got into her activism and her work is indicative of but I feel like I'm getting ahead of myself right now percents. Let's go like Oh my gosh. She's amazing who she really is. So yeah ty was the first African woman to win the Nobel Prize and she was the first woman to become an assistant professor at the University of Nairobi. She was the first woman ahead of University Department in Kenya and the first woman in eastern and central Africa to earn a so a lot of I. Yeah that's what we're here for right. That's right so she was born on April first. Nineteen forty in Kenya and she was the daughter of kickapoo subsistence farmers. The Kikuyu are an ethnic group and Kenya. She had five siblings and she was raised in an area of Kenya that was known as the white highlands which was so called because there is policy that agricultural lands in. Kenya should be reserved for Europeans. So her older brother convinced their parents that she goes to school. Rather than focus on household responsibilities which you could imagine where plentiful because she had so many siblings Rather big family to take care of. She went to the teeth a primary school. The Saint Cecilia School. And then the Laredo. Limuru girl school so after completing school air. She got a scholarship. And that's because the Kennedy Administration in the US at the time was funding initiatives for people in Eastern Africa and then Kenya specifically to study in the US. And so that's how she got a scholarship to study at university in the US so where she ended up going was Mount Saint Scholastica College in Kansas and she stayed in us to study at university for a Bitch. You graduated with her bachelors and biology in nineteen sixty four and then she stayed in the US. You got her master's from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania and then so by this time when she returned to Kenya after she graduated the whole eastern colonialism process was Indian. Kenya had gained its independence and when she went back there is she had a research assistant position that had been promised to her so she was recruited to be a research assistant in zoology and that was at the University of Nairobi and she found out when she got to the campus that she had been denied the position and she thought that that was because of gender discrimination so after that she got another research assistant position and this time it was in the Department of Veterinary Anatomy so she started. She continued working. Twos not discouraged by that so she started pursuing her doctoral studies in Germany scar. Phd from the University of Nairobi. So she was the first woman to get a doctorate degree in east and Central Africa. Wow that's pretty neat. I can't even imagine writing the first person or woman level. Achievement that level of achievement. Yeah Yeah my first or not not on that same plane. That's cool though. It didn't lead a pathway for other women. Not that I know of such a thing not that I know of I mean just like I wonder reporting on it. Like wow look. This woman has become the first do this. Yes and all the negativity possibly probably but as we know from previous people and just in general how these things work a lot of those first aren't recognized in a contemporary manner is just like the person's doing thing and then we go back and look at them sometimes posthumously way back in the day But we start to realize okay. You know this yeah this happened. And this is part of a long story in a long lineage of people and things that they did so we situate the first within that history after Tom. Right. That's true that's a good point. As far as her personal life she married Nairobi businessman. Who kind of had aspirations in politics? And she married him in nineteen sixty nine. She met him a few years before and eventually they had three kids together and he ran for parliament in the early nineteen seventies. His first campaign was unsuccessful even though she helped him with that and then later in their story in the early nineteen eighties they went through this whole divorce suit and he accused her of adultery and is also said that he thought that she was too educated in too strong willed minded and too hard to control in. That was part of the reason that they got a divorce. But it was a pretty contentious situation She ended up going to court. He lost the case. They ended up getting divorced. She was even jailed for a short time about three days after it because she accused the judge of being incompetent. Whoa and this is also when his last name was spelled with one. A. T. H. And she changed her name to have to as because of the whole situation. They requested that. Yeah so it was that was you know later in life. After years of them. Having been together they separated before they divorced but that was part of their story. Yeah so in. Nineteen seventy three and this is where we get to all of the thinks. Obviously we're not gonNA have room to talk about every single thing that she did because she did so many different things But in one thousand nine hundred thirty she became the director of Nairobi's branch of the National Red Cross. So we see her already in the late sixties early seventies getting into all of her activism all of her environmental work and realizing through her research and just her personal life like observation. The the thing I really love about her story. How often we think of how we think of academics in terms of the work that they do like they did all this study at these universities and this is their education what influence them and what made them be able to address issues in a certain way but observation is also very important thing in our lives that can drive us to do better things because I think her story is just a great example of that like she talks about how much in during her childhood and during her life how she was just noticing what was happening around her house. She was listening to village. Women tell her what they needed and that observation is a big part of what drove her to do her environmental work realizing that she could connect the things that are actually happening around her and the work that she's interested in doing and the skills that she does have in the education that she is getting and combining the two will those several things together to really create a huge impact. So I really like that about her story. Yes Oh she started moving up in her roles at the university. She became a senior lecturer in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy S and. She became the chair of her department. And then she became an assistant. Professor in nineteen seventy seven so her postdoctoral research made her as. I was saying aware of all the things that was happening in her country especially in the rural areas and all the issues that people were facing whether they had to do with the environment or personal issues. And we'll we'll get into some of the things that specifically that drove her research that happening and Kenya at the time and later her husband campaigning for a seat in parliament again one and this is before they divorced one thing that he advocated for was finding jobs for unemployed and so with that spirit that energy that was happening Matai connected to her environmental efforts and then she started this business called. Enviro care where she was getting people to plant trees. That business wasn't that successful but those efforts did lead her to you know more successful efforts and the connections that she already had with all. These people do the work that she was doing. Let her getting the National Council of Women of Kenya to help her lunch. A tree planting project called Save. The land on Bay in Harlem Bay is a Swahili word. That means all pulled together and that eventually turned into the Green Belt Movement which is one of her. You know the most well known initiatives. Even time right. Yeah but.

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"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"cecilia school" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"I walk into stuff. Mom Never told you. Production of iheartradio's how Steph it is the first female I twenty twenty which means liens. We are joined once again by our good friend and CO worker. EU's High A.. Being here thank you for having me again. We just had a rousing discussion About aliens and how they should look resolutions running and disliking running and the little bit of Are are kind of disastrous mornings. At a bit of mishaps. We made it through them. which is important part we did we did? You're here to tell the tell. That actually is probably a very important part to a lot of these female. I we talk about. Yeah you're right because they do get pretty intense in some parts like they went through lie. They struggled old ally and they fought a lot but you know they did a lot of good things to yes and the one the person who brought for us today she did so so much and Very important to the discussions. We're having now around the environment and in sustainability things that are on a lot of people's minds as it should be. Yeah that's exactly what I was thinking like. I feel like it's really good to be able to talk about today. We're going to be talking about when Gary Muthu Matai And she did a lot of stuff that had to do with environmental activism and that is is clearly something that we're talking about right now today and then choose say. Oh let me find somebody. Who's doing something that has to do with the environment? It just Kinda came like. Oh she's as someone who is you know first of all from the African continent which I feel like maybe we've discussed somebody from African continent and so far. I can't remember but yeah like that was really important to me. And also the actual work that she's doing is so relevant in to what we're talking about bound and is also very recent and also had a very global impact and she knows what she's talking about. She knows what she's doing and she's he's also left a great legacy behind her. That just kind of touched people of all different cultures and people of all different nationalities which I think is a really cool thing. Yeah Yeah when I was reading her story. I always stress the importance of context in these stories. That we That you bring to us is in. Its is recent and it's kind of shocking. How much she did? And how much things have changed. Just through the sixties and seventies kind of just this tumultuous cauldron of all these things happening and is also just a very indicative of the actual issues that people were going through in Kenya and on the African continent at the time because obviously environmental issues are global issues. But they're also very specific to the locales and a climates which all the activists separately reside They're all different but also related in some way and I think think her perspective and how she kind of got into her activism and her work is indicative of that but I feel like I'm getting ahead of myself right now. Yeah let's go so it's like oh my gosh. She's amazing and who she really is so yeah. Ty was the first African African woman to win the Nobel Prize and she was the first woman to become an assistant professor at the University of Nairobi. She was the first woman ahead of University Department in Kenya And the first woman in eastern Central Africa to earn a PhD. So that's what we're here for right. That's right I like it so. She was born on April first. Nineteen forty in Kenya and she was the daughter of kickapoo subsistence farmers. The Kikuyu Ethnic Nick Group and Kenya she had five siblings and she was raised in an area of Kenya that was known as the white highlands which was so called because there is policy policy that certain agricultural lands and Kenya should be reserved for Europeans. So her older brother convinced their parents that she go to school. Rather than focus on household this whole responsibilities which you could imagine plentiful because she has so many siblings Rather big family to take care of. She went to the teeth a primary school the Saint. Thanks Cecilia School. And then the Laredo Limuru girl school so after completing school there she got a scholarship. And that's because the Kennedy Kennedy Administration in the US at the time was funding initiatives for people in Eastern Africa in Kenya specifically to study in the US. And so that's how she got a scholarship to study at university in the US so where she ended up going was Mount Saint Scholastica College in Kansas and she stayed in us to study at university for a bitch who graduated with her bachelors and biology in nineteen sixty four and she stayed in the US. You got her master's from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania and then so by this time when she returned to Kenya after she graduated the whole eastern colonialism process was ending. Kenya had gained his independence and when she went back there is she had a research assistant position that had been promised to her so oh. She was recruited to be a research assistant in zoology and that was at the University of Nairobi and she found out when she got to the campus that she she had been denied the position and she thought that that was because of gender discrimination so after that she got another research assistant position and this time it was in an apartment veterinary anatomy so she started. She continued working. twos not discouraged by that so she started pursuing her doctoral Turell studies in Germany. PhD From University of Nairobi. Says he was the first woman to get a doctorate degree in eastern Central Africa. Wow how pretty. I can't even imagine writing the first person or woman. Yeah I cannot live on the treatment at that level of achievement. Yeah Yeah I are not not on that same plane. That's cool though didn't lead a pathway for other women not not that I know of not that I know of I wonder the reporting on it. The like wow. This woman has become the first do this. Yes and all the nicotine possibly probably but as we know from I feel like previous people in just in general how these things work. A lot of those first aren't recognized in a contemporary manner. It's just like the person's doing thing and then we go back and look at them sometimes posthumously. You know way back in the day But we start to realize okay. You know this yeah this happened. And this is part of a long story in a long lineage of people and things that they did so we kind of situate- The the first within the history after a lot of the time right. That's true that's a good point. As far as her personal life she married a Nairobi a businessman who kind of had aspirations in politics and she married him in nineteen sixty nine. She met him years before and eventually they had three kids together and he ran for parliament in early nineteen seventies. His first campaign was unsuccessful even though she helped him with that and then later in their story in the early nineteen eighties they went through this whole divorce suit and he accused her of adultery and is also said said that he thought that she was educated in too strong willed and minded and too hard to control in. That was part of the reason that they got a divorce. But it was a pretty pretty contentious situation She ended up going to court lost the case they ended up getting divorced. She was even jailed for a short time about three days after it because she accused the judge of being incompetent war and this is also when his last name was spelled with one a. m. a. t. h. a. i.. And she changed her name to have to as because of the whole situation. They requested that. Yeah so it was. That was later in life. After years of them. Having been together they separated before they divorced. But yeah that was part of love their story. Yeah so in. Nineteen seventy three and this is where we get to all of the things. Obviously we're not GONNA have room room to like talk about every single thing that she did because she did so many different things But in one thousand nine hundred eighty three she became the director of Nairobi's branch of the National Red Cross Oss. So we see her already in the late sixties early seventies getting into all of her activism all of her environmental work in realizing through her research and just her personal life observation. The the thing I really love about her stories like how often we think of of how we think of academics in terms of the work that they do like they did all this study at these universities and this is their education is what influence them in what what made them be able to address issues in a certain way but observation is also a very important thing in our lives that can drive us to do better things because I and I think stories just a great example of that like she talks about how much in during her childhood and during her life how she was just noticing what was happening around her our house she was listening to village women. Tell her what they needed. And that observation is a big part of what drove her to do her environmental work realizing that she could connect. Act The things that are happening around her and the work that she's interested in doing and skills that she does have in the education that she is getting and combining the two will does several things together to really create a huge impact. So I really like that about her story. Yes so she started moving up in her roles. At at the university she became a senior lecturer in the nineteen seventies and she became the chair of her department and then she became an assistant professor in nineteen seventy seven and so her a post. Doctoral research made her aware of all the things that was happening in her country especially in rural areas and all all the issues that people were facing whether that had to do with the environment or personal issues. And we'll we'll get into some of the things that specifically that drove her research. That was happening in Kenya the time the later her husband campaigning for a seat in parliament again in one and this is before they divorced one thing that he advocated for was finding for an employed in so with that spirit that entity that was happening Matai connected that need to her environmental mental efforts and then she started this business called Enviro care where she was getting people to plant trees. That business wasn't that successful but those efforts did it lead her to you. Know more successful efforts and the connections that she already had with all these people do the work that she was doing. Let her getting the National Council of Women of Kenya to help her launch a tree planting.

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"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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News Radio 920 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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News Radio 920 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cecilia school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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