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"claudia" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"It's time to hear a strategy on how to become one of the top sorta off the candidates in the market and to find out more about today's incredible guest. Claudia claudia please tell us a bit about yourself. Yeah so. I mean from what you heard from that story. I consider myself to be like a really great ambitious top a student. I'm always been like a bookworm. And i was that annoying student at the front of the class always asking questions and i still find myself during that but in other forms Where i stuck continue my education and now it's mostly towards hottest stay current with job searching trends and as well as related to business whether it's marketing publicity operations finance and everything in between. But now i. I love what i do. I love working with ambitious and driven women who are looking to acceler in their careers Earn more because they tend to be very underpaid and able to do that so effortlessly and confidently without having to feel like you're gonna about to confront someone or have an awkward conversation. It's done in a way that it's very personable and their collaborative that in a way a lot of plans telling me that they are so prized. How easy and collaborative people are by the way that they asked that they never even thought that they can ask that specific way so i am so happy with what i'm doing now and just helping women the change their livelihood at times and really help them progress in their careers. Listrik into a bit more. How does it all start. How if if i were in there shoes on defy were struggling and wondering what to do the next stage of my career in by came. And i'd heard about you and i wanted to. I had no idea what to stock. Let's let's pretend volume your perfect candidate in that way you'll you'll perfect clients like hey look help. What would the first thing that you did. Yeah i would ask you you know..
"claudia" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"On that tour. Like did all that shit and it was really brave. Like i don't know her like that's literally not me. I can't even associate with the person that i have like having disassociation from that person you get through something and you're like you just like i feel that way about our cancellation. Look so don't feel like it was such a traumatic time and like we were so brave. And i'm like that happened to me now like i'm done like i can't even relate to the person we were you know. Good morning millennials. I had to start the show like that. Because we have the two sisters. Claudia jackie from the podcast. The morning toast and i feel like they always start their show like that so that was fitting so before we get into the show. I want to let you know that. Michael i our guests on their show. It went live last thursday. It was a superfund episode. We talk about my name for my next child. That's not really my name but it could be my name And so many fun. Different topics like balzac towels. Listen just trust me. You'll have more context. Claudia and jackie are the sisters behind the very popular pop culture. Podcast the morning toast. Claudia also happens to be a new york times best selling author of grow with no job. I read her book. I absolutely loved it. She has three million people following her on instagram and her sister is absolutely incredible. She just announced her pregnancy. She is a wifey and she is the owner of the redheads. Which if you like to read you have to check out that another podcast and instagram account. That she runs and it's for people who like to read so i'm a huge fan. We actually discussed all our favorite books. I will do a blog post on that. In the meantime we are going to talk about all the things lifestyle wellness business. The sisters are funny. They get in on the joke. I think you'll love this episode and be sure to listen to michael and i on their podcast. The morning toast.
Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Passes a Big Hurdle in the Senate
"In session today is lawmakers work toward passing that bipartisan infrastructure package The referee, trillion dollar plan cleared a key hurdle yesterday. Senators have yet to reach a deal that would allow for a final vote. NPR's Claudia Gross. Alice reports that the vote to limit debate, though, is a sign that Republican and Democratic supporters of the bill Are holding on. This is a sign that support is holding in the Senate for this bipartisan deal, and they could approve it in the coming days. Now again, this is just a procedural vote. Senators are now hang haggling over a plan to reach an agreement on amendments and that could involve hours of more debate and procedural moves before they get to the critical vote on whether to approve this bill. And that could happen by Monday or Tuesday. More amendments could be debated today as the Senate meets for
"claudia" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"When you guys drive up to boston. It's only four five hours. We'll listen to claudia's book. Actually that's one all the time but this is very special so i'm so happy here taylor remembers you and then i got so excited because really this is like you need somebody here that matters to you and you like you were saying with the wedding you know i. It's interesting because with the wedding. We're having such such such a small ceremony. And i'm so sad you're not going to be there on the actual that is putting in the microwave. Taylor is making geez. She'd probably making like the puzzle. Yeah oh chicken noodle soup okay. I thought she was like mac and cheese. While we're sitting right here on the show we usually does like you see how she got in front of in the middle.
"claudia" Discussed on Trading Secrets
"Bayonet welcome back to another episode of trading secrets. Today we are talking with someone with a name that millions of americans can probably relate to in the last year her name girl with no job. But don't let her name fool you cloudy. Ashtray is one of the busiest people on the internet in today. We're going to talk about a girl who had no job. Too girl who now has a media. Empire we start the conversation by talking about when claudia went to nyu. She fouled the blueprint. She did what she was told. She broke that blueprint.
"claudia" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Because they want access to that so it's but voting in and of itself is the democratic process. It's just a process and all of the energy towards voter suppression is to keep it white and keep the power that it allows But in fact voting is just voting and and be can enter into it and and and Begin to affect change. So it's it's all of those things it's there's no clear answer I think another way of thinking about that. Passages to think about intimacy. Can we have intimacy when when differences. Stay in play. And i think with that friend. Who's a very close friend of mine. We have earned that intimacy. It has been hard earns. A lot of Racialized moments over are almost. Let's see thirty forty thirties forties there almost thirty years friendship. So claudia you do have this moment in the book and i don't know what state what page it's on but it's sort of It's it moves forward from this other thing that you just say it where you say on being put out of the road being right pales in comparison to being able to be in the role right I'm interested in that as well right the desire to be in a position but the fact that that position also harms you somehow right like i want to be in these spaces. 'cause i need to know what these people are saying. And just how they got it wrong. And then i can correct them right but also that means you sort of micro aggressed up the net saying wanted necessarily correct them you know there might be factors that could could also mitigate mitigate what i think i know i mean you know just as it's about also me examining my own position -ality relative to these subjects. Sometimes sometimes being right is being right in one way. That was claudia. Rankine conversation with jericho brown the two thousand twenty portland book festival. This has been very arts the archive project it's a retrospective some of the most engaging talks from the world's best writers for more than thirty five years of literary arts in portland. Join us next time for the archive project a literary arts production in collaboration with oregon public broadcasting to hear more from the archive project. Subscribe wherever you get. Your podcasts support for the archive project is provided by cole. Haan on a mission to fuel. Your big ideas more at cole. Haan dot com. Our show is produced by crystal glory for radio and podcast with production oversight by amanda bullock and support from liz olafsson special. Thanks to joe. T roy alana falen and the entire literary arts staff board and community. This show would not be possible without them. Thanks also to the band emancipator for our theme music and thanks all of you for listening. I'm andrew procter and this has been another episode of the archive project from literary arts. Join us next time and find your story here..
Devers Homers, Surging Red Sox Hold off Ohtani's Angels 5-4
"The red Sox stay hot beating the angels five to four for their tenth win in the last eleven games Rafael Devers homered and drove in three he now leads the major leagues in RBIs with seventy one and his manager Alex Cora likes what he sees when he dominates the stripes on the waist on it right now he he's that good you know he's almost right right center the name is Claudia this is a class one goes the other way you just secure here in Boston starter Martine Perret is earned his seventh win save went to Adam out of you know Boston fifty four wins are the most in the majors mark Myers Anaheim
Supreme Court Strikes Down Part of ‘Amateurism’ Rules by NCAA
"Unanimously today that the went too far in blocking some education related aid for student athletes. Decision that comes as college athletic struggles with the issue of how to preserve its amateur status. The court said that the violated antitrust laws when it limited the amount students could receive for musical instruments, scientific equipment, postgraduate scholarships, tutoring Academic awards and paid internships. Writing for the court Justice Neil Gorsuch said U. S District Judge Claudia Wilken was correct in dismissing the organization's argument that antitrust law doesn't apply. Her decision, he said, was based on quote an exhausted factual record, a thoughtful legal analysis consistent with established antitrust principles and a healthy dose of judicial humility, Close quote. In a concurring opinion, Justice Brett Kavanaugh said that the Ah and its member colleagues are quote suppressing the pay of student athletes who collectively generate billions of dollars in revenues for colleges every year. Those enormous sums of money flow to seemingly everyone except the student athlete, close quote.
Republicans to Introduce Censor Resolution Against the Squad for Contributing to Anti-Semitic Attacks
"Group of Republicans This is from Breitbart will introduce a sensor resolution to condemn and censure the so called squad. For defending foreign terrorist organizations and using rhetoric, which contributed anti Semitic attacks across the United States. Now you would think this is not controversial. We're talking, of course about centering Omar. An AOC and Talib and Presley. But it is controversial because this is the heart and soul of the Democrat Party. And the Republicans. The group has led by Michael Waltz of Florida. Good guy Jim Banks, Indiana. Claudia, attending New York. She's great to remember they tried to steal the race from her. The resolution says the squad members of defended foreign terrorist or I didn't hear the attorney general talk about this. I didn't hear that fake phony fraud. Merrick Garland talk about this. As the late great Bob Grant would say. The central resolution says the squad members have defended foreign terrorist organizations. And inciting anti Semitic attacks across the United States. And so forth. The group of Republicans wrote in the resolution that Talib has accused the Israeli government ethnic cleansing and claimed Israel was promoting racism and the human humanization. The resolution meant his Omar calling the Israel military response to Hamas strikes an act of terrorism rather than self defense. She also accused the United States are backing crimes against humanity. This is why Judy Jazz, Ceron. I want you to listen media it. Your low IQ Cuba phones, media matters you low I Cuba phones. Paid for him bought for This is a jihadi wing of the Democratic Party. Most Muslims do not conduct themselves this way.
Far Fewer Young Migrants Are in Border Patrol Custody
"Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says that border patrol custody of young migrants has declined dramatically. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports that secretary My Orcas attributes that to changes made by the Biden administration secretary. My Orkest told the Senate Homeland Security Committee that fewer than 500 young migrants were in Border patrol custody this week, compared to nearly 6000 in late March. The challenge is not behind us. The results are dramatic. But Ohio GOP Senator Rob Portman noted the unaccompanied minors have been moved to health and human services facilities. I'm glad Customs and border protection is moved Children to HHS again. These Children have only been moved from one federal agency to another. My Yorkis conceded that there is much more work to be done. Claude agree
Colombia’s Foreign Minister Resigns
"Foreign minister, Claudia Blum, has announced her resignation. She is the second minister to leave the government of president even Duke. A seance. Street protests and social unrest began more than two weeks ago. Colombia has been facing international condemnation over the violent suppression off protesters.
Mexico City Metro Overpass Collapses Onto Road; 23 Dead
"I'm Julie Walker an elevated section of the Mexico City metro collapsed and sent a subway car plunging toward a busy Boulevard late Monday killing at least twenty three people and injuring around seventy mayor Claudia Sheinbaum says a support beam gave way just as the train passed over the overpass is sixteen feet above the road the train split in two with one heart left dangling off the overpass a crane holding it up the other part of the subway under rubble on the roadway along with at least one car the mayor told the news media at the scene people could still be trapped inside hundreds of rescuers were working at the scene yeah yeah most men notice so some of those killed were children and at least seven of the injured were in serious condition with another forty nine taken to the hospital I'm Julie Walker
Mexico City Metro Overpass Collapse Kills 23
"Onto a busy boulevard in Mexico City. We get more from this morning's Mike Gavin. Rescue efforts were pause shortly after the incident last night because of the risk that Maura of the metro overpass and additional train cars could fall onto the road. Television videos showed at least two train carriages. Hanging from the damaged overpass as emergency personnel initially used ladders to access the train cars. Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum said it appeared a girder had given way on the overpass, but the cause was being investigated. The Metro 12 line that runs over the collapsed overpass was built almost a decade ago, Gordon Thank you, Mike. Like many of the city's doesn't subway lines by the way line
Capitol Police Inspector General to Testify at Congressional Hearing
"Inspector general for the U. S. Capitol. Police will testify at a congressional hearing today. NPR's Claudia Gonzalez reports he's issued an explosive report about the agency leaders failures to properly respond to the January 6th insurrection. Inspector General Michael Bolton is expected to tell Congress that Capitol police must shift from a reactionary role to a protective posture. Bolton is expected to share findings from his extensive report detailing how the agency's leadership decisions hampered their response. Here's Ohio Democrat Tim Ryan, whose committee oversees Capitol police mean these men and women were betrayed by their leadership. And and put in unwinnable situation. And now we're you know, dealing with the fall out of that. Bolton said The agency also failed to prioritize its own intelligence that the capital would be the target of
Wake Up And Dance With Claudia Colvin
"Today we're going to be checked into the kovin. She's the founder of. Nobody's watching an online don's party organization. They also not challenges. We're going be chatting about anxiety and how great dances so welcomes mentally ause nodia. Thanks so much for joining us. We appreciate you coming on. Thanks so we're gonna best about don. So can you tell us a bit about your business and also yourself yes. I'll start from my business. So it's nobody's watching. And the way operates now is quite different to how it started. Obviously like many. Johnson fitness instructors have had to adapt to a pandemic weld but originally it was just born from my love for dancing and the fact there as i was getting older i wasn't really finding the same occasions to dance as when i was of Uni student and i was really really missing it. So originally i was doing silent disco vents in london and they were aimed people who love to dance but deputy. He went to make a huge night outs of it so it was just one hour and really uplifting songs and just have fun basically instead of going to the gym for an hour. Doing your for now is just an hour a freestyle dancing and it's really uplifting greater Two walkout and then when When the pandemic hit. I had to think quickly and adopt. I was quite alien. Counseling my vents. Actually on the eleventh of march. I can't do my impasse in events moved online. And since then i've been doing online dance classes and effectively very similar to what i was doing before but just online and without retarded discreet headphones. At more recently. I started something which has really been very successful and has spread and grown a lot. Which is the up and dance challenge. And so that's just ten minutes three songs starting your day with adults on its release. Easy accessible There's no you know you can't do it wrong. It's through january of just finished effect today. Wake up and dance challenge and it's just a really big difference. Anyone who's having a tough time in lockdown. So that's that's what's that's what's happening with. Navies what she
Racist Anti-Asian Letter Saying ‘Go Back To Your Country’ Sent To Grieving Family in Seal Beach, Los Angeles
"From mass shootings to the newest American crime craze. Hating on Asians. Police in Seal Beach are investigating a letter which, if you look at it was clearly written by an old person or somebody's got really good old person handwriting because it's very shaky sit to an 82 year old widow living in leisure world, saying the death of her husband rids the world of one more Asian. Here's ABC seven. This is somebody with nothing but hatred in their heart. Claudia Joy is angry and hurt. Her 83 year old father beyond. Choi, died in February. Troy and her siblings are upset over a threatening letter sent to her grieving 82 year old mother. It arrived in the mail on the day of her father's funeral. Ah hate letter to my mother telling her that she needed to watch out and that she should pack her bags and leave the country because she wasn't welcome in their community anymore. The anonymous writer making other races statements, They said that my dad dying was good because it was one less Asian, one less Asian in the country. The Korean American couple started successful businesses in their community and raised four daughters. Sending them all to college Nearly 10 years ago, they bought a home in the Leisure, World Retirement Community and Seal Beach. Troi believes a resident of leisure world, wrote the letter. My mom and dad proudly voted in every election. They are as American as anybody else, and for somebody to come after them and tell them that they're not welcome in this country is disgusting. The incident happening as vigils and protests are held against the surgeon, hatred and violent attacks on Asian Americans. I'm sad. I'm sad that this is reared its ugly head again. The family plans to file a police report. Choice says she wants leisure will to make a public statement condemning hatred. We reached out to a leisure rule for comment, but haven't received a response it a seal beach Police are now launching their own
House Passes $1.9 Trillion Covid-19 Stimulus Package; Biden to Sign Friday
"I'm Shea Stevens. U S House has approved a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, sending the measure to President Biden's desk for signing. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports that the measure was approved largely along party lines. The White House says President Biden will sign the economic stimulus plan on Friday before extended jobless benefits expire on Sunday. Speaker Nancy Pelosi lauded the bill on the House floor before its passage. The Biden American Rescue plan. Is about the Children. Their health, their education, the economic security of their families. The legislation will usher in a fresh wave of direct payments and extend jobless benefits at $300 a week plus new child tax credits for qualifying Americans and marks a significant win for the Biden administration in its
Biden's Covid relief bill is huge, ambitious and about to pass
"Relief package is headed to the House floor today for a final vote. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports, Democrats are poised to get the bill to President Biden's desk before extended jobless benefits run out. The stimulus bill is expected to gain house approval along a largely party line vote. Speaker Nancy Pelosi lauded the legislation's efforts, vaccines in the arms of the American people money in their pockets. Children safely in school work were safely back to work. It's a remarkable, historic, transformative piece of legislation, Pelosi said. The plan mirrors a previous Democratic proposal that Republicans rejected. Last year. The Democratic controlled Senate already approved the legislation with some additional tweaks. Now president Biting could be on track to sign the measure into law before extended unemployment benefits expire on Sunday. Claude AGREE Solace
"claudia" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
"Dogs anymore but so it's all about. It's all about cats. So would you rather be allergic to cats or be allergic to music. Oh my lord. I like the negative questions. Really jeepers dr. I'd say cats. Because i could take stuff for that. You know being allergic to music. That's terrible there's some music is i am allergic to like. What makes me laugh uncontrollably stuff. I had to listen to in college. Twentieth century modern music. And it's like oh you go to see this live thing. And there's this orchestra of people all like improvising eternally and then this woman gets up and goes and she sounds like having an allergic sitting in the front row and i had to like you know leave because i was laughing so hard and my my friend. You know one of my my colleague college buddies said you can't do this you know you're sitting right in the front and i was like no put me in the front. I feel like i know one of the league's up your head down the the hand visor so serious. I'm so overcome with emotion. Yeah well it is true. That wouldn't be ally i think. Have you ever seen a harpsichordist. Who's been very serious about the harpsichord. The funky piano has tax on the yet. Absolutely think i'm allergic to that. Because i had the same reaction where i'm laughing because those people who they come in to our music class in high school and talk about the harpsichord so seriously i'm really relate you know that's the thing for a teenager to really relate to. I really don't on a hard level dog harpsichord. Yeah i'd buy. That sounds great. Thank you so much for joining us. Really appreciate it and we can see you at the. Town's you said tomorrow with natalie price. You're heading a band their time having a little bit. Just a trio but man. It's going to be fun. Yeah absolutely then we can find you on claudia. Gibson dot com. Yes here in your instagram's we can all stock you there. It's claudia gibson. Music is my graham. Yeah and facebook. Same thing quality gibson. Music i keep it simple so i'm not much of a twitter person so yeah is anyone except some ugly yams okay perfectly and on that wonderful. Thank you so much. We're going to go ahead and cut the like eight. And then claudia will play a song or two for the house. Thank you all so much by internet by internet. Thank you we like you..
Lady Bird Johnson's daily audio diaries make it to podcast
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Viewers accuse 'American Idol' of exploiting Claudia Conway for ratings
"On to the Hollywood round of American Idol, the 16 year old daughter of former president Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. Saying a version of Adele's When we were young and won a golden ticket to Hollywood Idol Judge Katy Perry told Conway There's a lot of noise in your life. And you have to calm the storm. That is around you. I question is issue good singer or shake his story. Yeah, that's maybe. Hopefully maybe a little of both. I'm sure, though. Yeah, I mean, maybe it is inspiring to people to keep her on the show. Now, my friend who saw the program didn't think that she should get the Colton. Yeah, well Okay, but yeah, So she's there for I borrowed producers always make their own touch. Write their own decision on who would be good for the show. 6 37. Let's head back
Claudia Conway, daughter of Kellyanne Conway, advances on 'American Idol'
"Is going to be moving on to the next round on American Idol, the 16 year old daughter of former president Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. Saying a version of the Dells when we were young last night and won a golden ticket to the Hollywood round, Idol Judge Katy Perry told Conway There's a lot of noise in your life. And you have to calm the storm. That is around you.
Trump's Senate impeachment trial moves to opening arguments
"Trump committed a massive crime against our Constitution and our people and the worst violation of the presidential oath of office in the history of the United States of America. That is lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland today. He and his fellow House members presented opening arguments in Day two of former President Trump's impeachment trial in the U. S. Senate. Call the former president on insider in chief who reveled in the chaos of his supporters of the capital on January 6th joining us now to talk about the day or NPR congressional reporter Claudia Chrysalis and NPR's senior political editor and correspondent. Domenico Montanaro. Could have you both. Here. Thanks. Thanks. Claudia, you were actually in the Senate chamber today, where the 100 senators as jury members sit silently listening to the House. Impeachment managers make their case describe the mood for us. It was clear much of the time that I was in the chamber that the members were very engaged. For example, they were watching lead manager Jamie Raskin, in his presentation very intently reminded me of the chamber yesterday when Raskin was giving his emotional remarks. About the day he and his family experienced here. During the insurrection. I was seated on the Republican side of the chamber. Republicans were intently watching him and the other managers and that includes those who say they won't be voting to convict Trump like Mike Rounds of South Dakota, Republican member of the Senate. Also, Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell was also watching. Very closely even watch some of these videos of the president's past statements on a television screen on the chamber floor. Many members were taking notes, and this includes those who have voted for the constitutionality of the trial, among them, Ben Sasse of Nebraska had a pile of no cards on his desk. Domenico. The Democrats were making the arguments today. I know you've been watching since the beginning of these proceedings yesterday what stood out to you compared to yesterday's testimony. Well, only later in the day here, have we gotten some of the personal passion and emotion that we had yesterday about the violence on January? 6th? Mostly today, Democrats had been methodically mounting, pretty dispassionate case to show Trump is the reason for why all of this happened. They claim that it's not just isolated to January 6th and tick through numerous things for months and months. That this was months and months in the making that Trump laid the groundwork before the election and drove it home after after that election and was aware of what was being planned. Um, it kind of really makes me wonder how and what the trump lawyers they're going to say in rebuttal, aside from saying that Democrats are being selective and use the word on that they didn't say that he used the word peaceful. In his speech on January 6th. Claudia tell us more about how the Democrats are actually building their case here. Yes, they're focused on showing the timeline of how Trump built a crowd of people who distrusted the election and believed they were following his orders. Jonah Goose, one of the managers of he's, a House member of Colorado. He also talked about this. Let's take a listen. Senators is clearly was not just one speech. Didn't just happen. It was part of a carefully planned months long effort. With very specific instruction. Show up on January 6th. Get your people to fight the certification. So from manager to manager they're building this case each piece building on the next the beginning, middle and end and today mark the beginning of that story. He made a point of connecting directly to their share terror that day, and this was especially apparent is, Domenico noted in the late afternoon when managers have shared dramatic sounds. And footage video footage from the day of the insurrection that the public has not seen before. This was sounds from police scanners of officers pleading for assistance. Pleading for their lives. It's seen as they were being assaulted by the mob. There's video footage from Capitol security cameras showing the mob breaking into the capital and another stunning moment where we see Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, walking outside of the chamber, running into an officer being told they need to clear out quickly and he is running. Behind this officer to escape the mob. Wow well yesterday, Trump's lawyers dismissed the House managers arguments, calling Democrats accusing Democrats of trying to cancel the former president by stifling his freedom of speech. Medical. What did the impeachment managers say about that claim right? Trump's lawyers yesterday said his speech was protected by the First Amendment. But Jamie Raskin, the lead impeachment manager, who we heard from earlier You know, he's a constitutional law professor, And he argued that the quote factual premise and the legal underpinnings of that claim are all wrong, He said. Incitement to violence is not protected speech, and here's how he put it with a familiar phrase. It's more like a case where the town fire chief Who's paid to put out fires sends a mob not to yell fire in a crowded theater, but to actually set the theater on fire. And who then, when the fire alarms go off in the calls, start flooding into the fire department asking for help does nothing but sit back, encourage the mob to continue its rampage and watch the fire spread on TV. Clea and delight. You know,
Impeachment trial in Senate to begin with constitutionality debate
"Former President Trump's impeachment trial begins today. This time the Senate will hear arguments over Trump's role in the deadly January 6 insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. Members of the Senate were not only witnesses to the ordeal there now the jurors who will go on the record in voting for or against a conviction that determines whether Trump will ever be allowed to hold office again. MPR's Claudia, Greece, Alice reports, The first question to be debated will be the trial's constitutionality. House impeachment managers and Trump's defense team will get four hours equally divided to debate whether the trial it's constitutional that will be followed by a vote to answer the question. It's the second time the Senate votes on the constitutionality of the trial Last month, Senate Democrats and five Republicans broke with their party to say that it wa so we could see a similar outcome today. Next. The impeachment managers and defense team will get the following two days to make opening statements in the case before facing questions from senators will also take up the question of whether to call witnesses before closing
"claudia" Discussed on The Archive Project
"To me said. Is that your house whose house walking around in my bare feet in my house. So but when when she said that to me. I took it as a real question like that. She wanted to know. That was my house and i think i took that roxanne tweet as the same kind of thing because when when white people say these things to you. They're they're not talking to a person they're talking to their fantasies about how black people function in the world. So so so. It's not about insulting me. It's about Trying to make cognitive sense of what she seeing versus what she knows. What i know is that i don't live in houses like man. What i know is that this can't be house who you know so so i think i think it's it's less It really is about how the culture of whiteness it's almost like Like ghostbusters of whiteness has taken over white people imaginations to such an extent that they say and do things because they believe it and then you're just the person in intercepting that moment because they don't know you so why would they be trying to insult you. You know what i mean. I mean we can talk. Maybe i do think sometimes why people try with you with black people and they try it with black. Because they're black like they're like. Oh there's a black person. Yeah this'll be a good time. This'll be fun. Is you know what. I mean really seriously. That also happens also this. Let me let me talk to you about Humor that scared me throughout this book. That i do think is funny. But also one of the One of the cruxes of the bulky turn page one fifty one and maybe you can read. Maybe you can read starting the second paragraph on that page okay. A white woman effectively ends the conversation and forty fives campaign tactics by turning our gaze towards the dessert tray how beautiful she says homemade brownies on a silver tray. Hers is fe gesture. I've seen exhibited so often bhai white women in old movies women who are overcome by shiny objects. It's so blatant a redirect. I can't help but ask the loud and the most obvious question. Am i being silenced. I'm aware my question breaks the rules of social engagement. I'm aware i will never be invited back to this house. Back into the circle of these white people. I understand inadvertently causing someone to feel. Shame is in cool but am i being silenced. No good so you go to white people's house and you ask them if you're being silenced when they try to. There's this this throughout this book. I mean it's very it's funny. It's also interesting because you do get real information that becomes knowledge through by doing it. But you work in this way of trae shen. It's like claudia. Rankine the secret agents fighting part of this looks opening is quite literally something paraphrase is. Something like I wanna go up to a white man. That i don't know and ask him how he feels about his white male privilege. And so you spend at the beginning of this bookie spin this time in airports trying to like comport yourself and put yourself in a position where you can actually ask this of strangers. Which for me as a reader. And i think for any reader is scary. Like claudia you punch in the face. Oh you crazy So can you talk a little bit about that movement though because earlier in this book and things do seem to be following a certain kind of time and there's a way that we can in this book follow pre election before the election of donald trump and all the way tour into his term Can you talk a little bit about that impulse to make the confrontation happened this moment. For instance in this at this dinner party when you say am i being silenced because you were actually being silenced when you don't allow things to be played with etiquette what drives you to that moment. What makes that happen for it to be okay for you not to be invited to the white people's house. Is there something that changes to make. I haven't been invited back. I actually ran into the hostess at dinner and she said to me why you in so long. I'm like well. I think we both know but we won't go there right now. You know i. Before before our sitting president was elected you know. I went around saying you know this guy is going to be elected. We have to pay attention. We have to understand how dangerous he is. We really cannot let this happen and and people just told me. no no. don't be silly. Nobody's gonna vote for him. Everybody understands he's you know and then of course you want and And at that point. I thought you know we have to start talking to each other and understanding what the reality really is in this world. Because i can't believe that all the white people who voted for him and other people to Some lat next people in florida did it again. This time you know it's like do we want reality. Are we living in is it. Do they have a different reality. And i have one reality and they have another reality. And i don't understand something. And so i- consciously decided. I was going to go out there and and begin to have conversations. I wouldn't have had before because you know like i. You know very liberal seeming highly educated white people were telling me there's no way donald trump is gonna get elected. I'm like no he's gonna get elected so if you don't understand he's going to get elected. What is your understanding of these united states. What do you think is going on here. Have you not seen about being treated. Did you not see how he talked about obama. Do you not understand why. He says he sings. And how it's appealing to a certain segment of this country. Like what kind of life for those people moving around digging and thinking they're living.
"claudia" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Explaining enlightening people I, think more likely people is. It's gotTa be good Claudia. I agree as a good media made. See you know proven history to really connor get messages across and connect people and. Now I really need collar worker how to use that for my. For my myself rally. Talking about performing now, how are you going to take yourself forward? When you written this? You'RE GONNA perform in this lockdown social distancing light that we all leasing at the moment is crazy world. Of been trying to record an album for the last five years and every year, I said right. This is going to be the last year I work on this I'm GonNa Finish it so lockdown crash. She gives me quite a good excuse to come and not get distracted and go gigging every weekend, so I'm working with a book. Studios Brilliant Guy Kula Tim bond his helping me with and I keep sending them annoying messages, because he is kind of doing some work for me separately, and is birthday today so I I need to give him arrest. I guess I'M GONNA hopefully get this album out. We share and just really focus on my I kind of kept away from doing video gigs at the moment, but that may change the see how it goes just bombed, trying to keep focused on the album, and of course, some of the some of the pumps, the venues that that we all know and love that the flying pig the Portland arms. They're struggling at the moment. They've been actually fundraising in order to keep going because they're still got to pay the rent the incredibly difficult and it would be awful if we lose these. Venues. It's just such a way of life. In the tried Friday the is such difficult one, but such vital. Communities, yes, the amount of people that I made connect with because of pubs because of the flying pig, because of the Portland Don's. Because of other places you know the corn houses. Give me great I'm GonNa miss some somebody out now and the. Old So venues, aren't there. Election started o'malley. non-exhaustive list then. What plans have you got then? Are there any plans or are you still kind of in limbo at the moment, just waging from things to open up. In Kane booked in freckle, actually the Golden Boar, and upping the hoping for that to go ahead just now door event in our minutes convict. If you're lucky to have the space just thinking of the drive in the drive-in performances. It seems to be the in thing now, doesn't it? then. You've got Kinda Gigs unpeopled people like to drink beer. Designated driver. That can be an issue. Then you've got the news. The kings for the lose where everyone has to get out of their car. and. Show someone's thoughts about this more than I have. been suspended organizing it and losing..
"claudia" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"We're really excited Lyndon to. Be Introducing to you. I guess and this is Claudia Mackenzie. She's a musician. She's a very very well known local artists. In Cambridgeshire and we've spoken to before. Haven't we Linda? It's we have we have and she's great she's. Quite up posse of women musicians in the area, they all knew each other. The on really well, and we have them in studio once before, and it was just a hoot. It was a huge. You're absolutely right. And at this present moment in time we have been hearing a lot about the protests and the movements, black lives matter, and so this is quite an interesting part of women making ways and we were as I said. We're very excited to be able to talk to Claudia Mackenzie. Mackenzie is well-known to anyone who attends gigs in Cambridgeshire. Cloudy is the vibrant bass player who's colorful braids swing around and she dances and plays. I I saw a quite a few years ago at a music festival when she was playing with the band split whiskers, and immediately captivated by her stage presence our energy under obvious love of music. Thank you very much for joining us today on women. Making Waves Claudia. Are Thank you for inviting me I if I walk up the long list of people that. Were trying to drip feed musicians through. A. Lot of your, I'm really really glad to hear because. It used to be mainly men didn't it was all the bane meal orientation? Is The music industry, but we are changing that. Yes, and that's good to hear, so tell us a little bit about your musical background. When did you start being interested in playing instruments I think playing instruments all my life. My parents always had something knocking around the house whether it was a recorder over. Batted, Guitar. That didn't really work so I was always been kind of tampering here. I got to school and I think I decided Guitars Co.. I started of getting into that and started to play rock music, and one of the things that you kinda find with a rock bands. Will people start trying to start rock bands is that? Everybody needs a bass player. Nobody wants to be by SPL. So I started I started doing a lot of stuff with vice loss of people, Navy base players. They just kind of exploded from now. That's really interesting. I was GONNA. Ask You why the base. Because, actually I used to dabble with basis well when I was younger, I was terrible. You're really really good at it. I was absolutely dreadful, but I thought it was an easier student walkout. Rains! How wrong I was ads as well. So you basically started playing the bass because he was able to get into bands. EASIER THAT WAY, yeah! And I went to a GEIC many years. To get friend of mine the Cave Berry. WHO's also another prominent female musician in Cambridge Music, scene and I thought wow, she's Co.. Pay `Ratko. Somebody's in so I was very inspired to Kinda. Know, and it was..
"claudia" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"To give him arrest. I guess I'm GonNa Hopefully, get this album out. We share and just really focus on my I kind of kept away from doing video gigs at the moment, but that may change the see how it goes just bombed, trying to keep focused on the album, and of course, some of the some of the pumps, the venues that that we all know and love that the flying pig the Portland arms. They're struggling at the moment. They've been actually fundraising in order to keep going because they're still got to pay the rent, the incredibly difficult and it would be awful if we lose these. Venues it's just such a way of life. The Friday the is such difficult one, but such vital. Communities, yes, the amount of people that I made connect with because of pubs because of the flying pig, because of the Portland Don's. Because of other places you know the corn houses. Give me great I'm. GonNa miss some somebody out now and the. Old So venues aren't there. Election started o'malley. non-exhaustive list then. What plans have you got then? Are there any plans or are you still kind of in limbo at the moment, just waiting from things to open up. In Kane booked in freckle, actually the Golden Boar, and hoping for that to go ahead just outdoor event in our minutes convict kai-wen. If you're lucky to have the space just thinking of the drive in the drive-in performances, it seems to be the in thing now, doesn't it? Then you've got Kinda gigs unpeopled. People like Stewart things like to drink beer. Designated driver that can be an issue. Then you've got the news. Miss the Kings for the lose where everyone has to get out of their car. and. Show, someone's thoughts about this more than I have. been suspended Rourke nizing and losing. Yes That's a good point, yes. Just one more question if I might have just I often ask people this. Because when you have say many things you're doing. You have seventy hats on your things. How do you manage your time? It's something I find I really difficult. Let alone someone like you cloudy. That has your hands in a few little areas of projects and work. How do you manage it? How do you do I? Just always have I mean the crazy thing at the moment is lockdown his actually it's given me more time because I haven't gigs. I still work fulltime, but also the other thing is how we've kind of moved into a project. So I live on the building side. It worse. But it has given us because everything else just stopped. Instance given us some. To. Try and build a bit of a home underneath this kind of works in a bit of. A musical hiatus for wall. Just so we could we the house down while absolutely my really do think. Yeah, you're doing so much and so good and lock talking to a fantastic and really is bro you if anyone's interested in finding more about Claudia Mackenzie. You can go to the website I. Claudia Music Dot Com and that's great Israel I Claudia. That's plan I Claudius. Is that was my mic so low? All of my solo stuff is I Claudia and Thank you for that I see with Justin from the flying pig, but came up with. Was Brilliant as. Really Catchy name and it's great. Thank you so much Claudia. It's been. Talking..
"claudia" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Be Able to kind of have a good facebook meltdown. Throw lists things out, but I rather like to come from places thought and not me rere. Sang Ranga gives you power in a way, but. It's not. It's not reliable. Control. But I think using the thing that you're good. Are the skills that you have which are songwriting and performing that? That's a great way of doing. You were saying but let channeling and. Such a cross, but it just thinking. Talking to a scientist about six months ago and asked her out. How she feels about you know people in the news racism and smashes, and she said you know what sometimes I just want to not have to answer them the whole time about how I feel I just want to do what I want to do and I. I get the impression it's. It's that you just said that. You spoke some things in your life out, but sometimes I think you'd go to connect them by using your songs as a way of. Explaining enlightening people I think more than people is. It's gotTA. Be Good, Claudia, I agree as a good media. They'd see you know proven history to really connor get messages across and connect people and. Now I really need collar worker how to use that for my. For my myself rally. Talking about performing now, how are you going to take yourself forward when you written this? You'RE GONNA. Perform in this lockdown. Social distancing lines that we all leasing at the moment is crazy world. I've been trying to record an album for the last five years. And every year I said right. This is going to be the last year. I work on this I'm GONNA finish it so lockdown crash. She gives me quite good excuse to not get distracted and go gigging every weekend so I'm working with a book. Studios, Brilliant Guy Kula Tim bond his helping me with, and I keep sending them annoying messages, because he is kind of doing some work for me separately, and is birthday today so I I need.
"claudia" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"No I, think I think you're right and I think this is a pivotal moment, and I think people are weakening in going actually well I've never saw I was racist. I am I without meaning to be and with all the best heart in the world. Am I just? Understanding and I'm old listening along. That's half the thing, isn't it? And for people to be able to? I mean it's a very difficult balance. I have I have to be so careful with my energies. Because there is Kinda one school the folks that. Really people should go and educate themselves. And really it's not my job, but there's really soft side of me. The I would actually like people that genuinely good heartache, genuinely my friends if they won't ask a question. I quite liked to be able to speak to people. trion understand. Sometimes. People need that permission to do that because they're frightened of. Offensive the frightened of heart, harting, and sometimes you just need the permission, actually and this and I you know and I think at the same time being kind of very expressive in my thoughts I probably scared a few people though I kind of want to just like you know you might friends. You are telling me that you're my friend. You're telling me that you understand the 'cause. You don't wish to be poor. But you're not sure about something and the lawyer to ask me. Cyber White Boys. This was out why? How do you feel about this? Can we have a discussion? So talking about discussions Claudia for younger generation looking up to us you and I'm sorry I. Meant You with you? But how would you? How would you advise them to to move forward as well so you've had your experiences? They all still experiencing this in the younger generation sale. But how would you get them to cope with that? What would be your? If we were GONNA. Give forward here. I think it's finding the people who that the positive people. You know it's the process I've had to go through the people that are supportive I will listen. Let you feel competent. The most dangerous thing has been shut down all the time and not be able to explore things. And it is the people that. Matters and somebody goes shot up. All lives matters to know what we've had this conversation. You know just. By saying that you know actually if someone's going to say that, how about some why? Why does that don't just shut it down with some comments that you've just rehashed from somewhere? But. Yeah, allow in supporting people making them feel that they're. They're worthwhile on this earth that a lesser person and That's probably one of the things that. I hate today..
"claudia" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Happen very often. But I have to be aware of these things you know. It's not something that I you know, I obsess about every second of my life. But it is a part of my life, and for somebody to come and say you know I. Don't see color. Means, you know you have my back. You don't recognize the actually on trading, quite vulnerable I'm quite scared. The somebody might be trying to hurt me and you know this. Is You know I don't I? Don't with all of this stuff, so we're GONNA. We're GONNA. Kinda brush it away and I find that. More hurtful because it's usually come from someone that should be a friend or wants to be a friend and to be honest. I'm I'm black. I'm proud of being black I'm really happy if my friends are recognizing that. I'm black. This is not something that I Miss Shane Dover afraid of. Aristotle and Claudia was says well that when you said at the beginning that you had a meltdown. You know I wouldn't say that was a meltdown at that. There was a really brave and the right thing to do and in meltdown to me. Say you're purchasing and not. Apologizing, but for me it's not meltdown. It was holding your ground and speaking up, although the difficulty with that is, it wasn't actually bravery. It just exploded out of me. It was. All was in there and it just got to a point. 'cause I am always in this stuff. I don't WanNa. pull out there. Because the backlash, ask potentially put myself out to is not something I. I'm not sure I can handle. So I I keep all that stuff away, but it just exploded of me and I just basically had to say Genoa county this audio with Mayo, you know. Impression that. You probably might have more friends new friends from doing that as well. It's been a really strange has been quite an emotional fin quite motion during this This interview got in touch with me I'm like..
"claudia" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"We're really excited Lyndon to be introducing to you. I guess and this is Claudia Mackenzie she's a musician. She's a very very well known local artists in Cambridgeshire and we've spoken to before having Linda. It's we have we have. Great, she's. Quite up posse of women musicians in the area, they all knew each other. The on really well, and we have the in once before it was just a hoot, it was a huge. You're absolutely right. And at this present moment in time we have been hearing a lot about the protests and the movements, black lives matter, and so this is quite an interesting part of women making ways, and we were as I said. We're very excited to be able to talk to Claudia Mackenzie. Mackenzie.
"claudia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Blow give me that jewelry I don't take it thank you get away from that window Claudia Gonz don't shoot got your selling see what's in that closet well now you have perhaps you'd like to see the latest addition to my collection in this box that box yes Claudia I have box without Claudia what you gonna do tell you who killed your husband you know you Hey I've written out a confession for you decide what will happen if I don't find well I credited you with more imagination do you like to hear it this is Rita yeah away from that a window this I Claudia Dale murdered my first husband Willard thanks for his insurance by administering poison life yes Claudia yeah I mean to make this document strong enough to send you to your death if I wish I've got all the details here just how you made your first husband how you kill your second I go on you know it's a lot would you sign of course not what is your game anyway if you want to kill me why don't you shoot you've been very successful before there's no reason you shouldn't succeed again you put me in a very difficult position Claudia you see you have found out certain things about me things that could cost me my life I will not tell you again to get away from that window Claudia I have preferred to see you live because I love you but I shouldn't hesitate to Murty yes.
"claudia" Discussed on Just The Sip
"If I'm Justin Silvester today I'm bringing back an interview with a good friend of mine. Her name is Claudia. Sri You guys may know her as a girl with no job but I know Claude Claudia Claude's and I really wanted her to share her personal perspective. Because I think we can all learn a little bit about taking ownership for your mistakes and also about rushing to Arash cancellation because we always want to cancel. People were always quick to spend that tweet and sometimes we never know the full story. I actually not sometimes all the time. People don't know the full story so today I wanNA share this story with you guys and I hope that we can take some from this so please welcome my friend. Claudio Street at.
"claudia" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS
"Yes in like you're saying with in that module when we talked about the limiting beliefs and i love it. You say life is happening for you. Because when we experienced things that are traumatic or working to get our paying through our purpose on our impact. It can be very easy to say. This stuff happened to me. You know. Therefore i can't do this or i'm not doing that and one thing that really helped me and my rock bottom moment and if you haven't heard episode episode one of the podcast go back and start there and here some of my story but was really that mind shift that mindset shift of saying i'm going to show gratitude and at that moment in my life claudia all i could honestly say that i was grateful for was that i had i was. I had a driver over my head and my baby who was in ten months old when i had left. This toxic relationship became homeless. Moved in with a mom. Who at the time was. We had a very strong relationship that she was healthy. So i said okay. I have a dry rip over my head and my ten-month-old is healthy. I didn't know at the time. I was pregnant with my other daughter And that would come later but starting with that gratitude and looking back saying you know what was happening for me and it just started making those small steps and now my oldest daughter is sixteen and it's a journey. It's that mountain. And so i love how you paint vision and looking back. I can see that where my life has been this mountain and now i'm at this part..