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"color society" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Of color be of African descent or lat next descend or Native emit indigenous. Populations that you know they're growing and there's a real need. And so. I'm happy to report that in the last five years ten years there are a whole host of textbooks that have been published that center upon. Individuals for darker skin tones, diseases that occur disproportionately in them or present differently from someone with white skin I'm also happy to tell you that some of the quote unquote mainstream textbooks are indeed making sure they include a people with darker skin tones to help traumatologist in residents and medical students be able to make the correct diagnoses there have been a lot of. In literature in articles about this particular need. So I really see the tide turning I'm very proud of the skin color society for all their efforts, as well as the American Academy of Dermatology. So under the auspices of the American Academy of Dermatology Mike Holly Denied Danielle Kaczynski have started an effort to create a skin of collar curriculum for dermatology residents. So we've been meeting with a group of dermatologists for the past six months and we have made significant progress. and. I, think we are going to be able to launch this curriculum on skin of colored to residents and bent medical school students in the next three to six months, and this has been entirely supported. By the academy. So this yeah, this is just an example of the the fact that our organizations have recognized the need to educate more broadly and a really rising to to the occasion. Can I just ask you just I know you have another question have four that you said that some skin diseases and some skin conditions present differently in different skin tones can you give us an example of that because we're not doctors? Yes..
"color society" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Okay. So . we're here with Dr Taylor, , don't worry we gave a nice bio on you before you came on the line do truly one of the most amazing dermatologist <unk> in the United States like I'm so excited you're here we want to hear about your career little bit before we start talking about the issues of the day that we brought you on to talk about. So . first off what made you want to become dermatologist well, , you know. When . I went to medical school, , I. . wanted to be an interest and I wanted to treat people from the inner city with hypertension and diabetes and cardiovascular disease. . But then during my fourth year medical school did my very first dermatology rotation and I loved everything about the specialty <hes>. . The fact that he could range from Piatra patients to you know those in their eighties and nineties the fact that there was a little bit of surgery. . Pediatrics was cosmetic. . Dermatology in general dermatology. . The fact that you could actually see in feel in touch the pathology as opposed to like pretending, , you can hear it you know through the stethoscope <hes> so that really changed my whole focus. . Now when I graduated I decided nonetheless to do a <unk> internal medicine residency. . But halfway through I said, , you know you've got to remain true to yourself and what are you gonna be happy you know thirty years from now practicing so I went back and did another residency in dermatology in here we are. . Also, , that added a little bit of time onto your career. . It did. . Yes it was so worth it. . Yeah, , and so you I know you're the founder of many amazing things that I've gotten many resources from one of the things that you're known for is. . Working at the skin of Color Center can you and you co-founded that ready did yes. . So I'm back with that is when that started back in nineteen ninety eight I did my dermatology residency at Columbia. . Presbyterian. . Medical Center in about ten years after I had finished I got a call from one of my professors who said you know here in New York, , there's the need for a center that specializes in skin disorders for people with darker skin tones, , and he said, , this was my my mentor. . Dr Deleo. . He says, , you know they say to me you're a nice guy but I want someone who looks like made and so he called me one day and said, , would you be interested in coming to New York in creating some type of center and for me it was an incredible challenge <hes> an incredible need. . This type of center didn't exist anywhere in the world and my mandate was to name it started to figure out what the mission was and that was a wonderful wonderful challenge. . So what I decided was. . This would be a center for. . Instance in clinical dermatology, , we would also perform clinical trials, research , trials, , and at that point, , many dermatologists were very afraid of doing any types of cosmetic procedures on people with darker skin tones. . So we wanted to really gorge path that. . So that's Why we created the skin of Color Center, , I am delighted to report it still in existence. . Now, , it's now affiliated with Mount Sinai and there's a new wonderful director <hes>. . WHO's there? ? Can, , I just ask Dr Leo was he a White Guy? ? Dr Dalil <unk> I didn't know you. . Know can Dr till now goes bad. . You know I'm a tall white guy and they don't want to see a tall white guy. . They want someone who looks like you and you know he's just been a wonderful inspiration over all of these years I'm very fortunate to have had him as a mentor Academic Sense. . So when you let your medical residency, , did you feel like you were prepared to treat all the patients that you were about to say is at the level of care that they are. . Yeah. . So I had the distinct honor and privilege of a doing my dermatology residency New York City in Manhattan like one of the most diverse places on earth. . So from the time I was the first year. . Dermatology residents I saw people with all skin tones. . And all ethnicities and racial groups. . So when I completed three years of residency, , I did indeed the very prepared in diagnosing and treating disorders in people with darker skin tones. . Then I opened up a private practice in Philadelphia, , which is my hometown and I found that over time many women and men of color sought me out because you know it's not just the skin tone, , but it's also the customs habits. . Women did not have to explain to me what they do with their hair because I have the same hair and so there is a cultural competence <hes> and we wanted to create a center were all the doctors no matter what their race or ethnicity was culturally competent. .
"color society" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Our podcast Oh. Yes. Yes. If you're just jumping into this episode, the episode right before that recorded a couple of days ago was our emily in Paris. Jamboree. Yes exactly. and now we're GONNA get back into some science. So my how Ya? This is like where you thrive. We have Dr Susan Taylor a dermatologist and professor of dermatology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. So I I met her years ago at because she well, she's the head of the skin of Color Society but NBD should also founded it, and that group has been such an amazing resource of news and information for Jessen I over the years it's just they put on these media events they share information they always. Have Resources for you doctors to talk to if you're in the media PS for finding media friends out there hit ups Dr Susan Towel Taylor any earlier this year I saw her name on an academic paper. She Co authored titled Multi-ethnic Training in residency, which was basically a survey of doctors in training, and they were asking about whether or not. They felt prepared by their schooling and textbooks to treat patients with skin color. What a fascinating topic so Jessen, I thought it would be really great to have her come on talk about that, and also discuss other issues of systemic racism in the practice of dermatology. Just a side note if you're interested in hearing more about skin lightening products, which is topic touch on here in the episode coming up, you might WanNa go back to episode to fifteen. We also discussed this with a Michelle long of. La Yes. Yes. Yes. Just like a little you know an added an added something to this conversation if you want to hear more. Yeah, this is this is why I think it's so important to get so many different perspectives on tackling ya there. There's no one definitive answer to these like really hot button topics it's not like it is written. It's everyone has their own viewpoints and that's what I love about the show. Absolutely. Just you couldn't be more right and really excited to hear Dr Taylor's perspective. So here's the interview..
"color society" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"I'm taking courses I'm reading literature about gender inequity about racial inequity, things of that nature yet still as somebody who dedicate their life reads about this all the time. Do I have body image issues of course I? Do Do I have internalized prejudices. Of course I do I don't want to, and cognitively I'm trying to fight against them, but I feel them in my bones. Because like that if the bass that I was developed in, and that's why it's a society colored society colludes you're! In place, even ready damaging for society, generally, because Moi, more egalitarian societies are generally much more. Innovative culture revolves much much falstaff, because because everybody it has more inclusion in the network of ideas being shad of perspectives, and then you know innovation happens when two different ideas are combined to produce the third one is very rarely this kind of like incredible boat from the blue inspiration that you just come up with something you. Generally it's. It's about seeing different ideas combining them in different ways or occasionally something. serendipitous drops out you know kind of mutation in the volition of technology or something, but but if but the wider your your pool of the more diversity you have from the more. The more connected. Everybody is to each other. The the Moyal culture false on the and. And so the bachelor, everybody's life is, and and if you keep people very separate than if you keep people. If you keep Sutton sectors of society down and don't let them just in these conversations that you're missing out massively on all sorts of. Things, so it's bad for everybody, not just that it's completely unjustified and horrible for people living in the society. I couldn't I couldn't agree more and I think that Guy on that note I mean. I've kept you so much longer than I promised I would, but I was hoping that I could ask you the same two questions that I close my podcast asking each of my guests are really big picture questions, and of course you wrote like one of the biggest picture books you could possibly right so I have a feeling. You'll have an interesting perspective. Are you ready for a long slightly nervous? As you. Know. All right so when you think of the future, so you're looking forward now in whatever context is relevant to you whether you're working on a new project, and if certain things on your mind, what's happening in society right now or even something,.
"color society" Discussed on Natural Curiosity
"Eight or real the crown I mean. I love that it was a plastic card. Seven ninety five at the toys R. US grades but You understood it you understood. Because and that's what I talk about branding with people. I talk about the three Cs. Consistency being the main. What so if you're consistent in all your visual branding and your messaging from platform to platform people get to know you Ryan. And then when they start seeing that same brand over and over again that repetition a begin to like you get to know your message and then as you're As as they get to know you even more they trust you it. Branding is part of the no light. Trust factor if you're changing your brand all the time you know every year it's a new business name or new look and feel something the subconscious mind of our psyche says why a change. It's there's a conflict. It's not a bad thing is we? Don't like change yeah. People don't like change. I love it but I know a lot of people. Don't you're an anomaly? This is true? You can't put me in a box. So I have a comment about that and and I'm sure that people struggle with this okay so when I was working with rush. John's in the agency the agency to fifty eight was a marketing agency and he was in charge. Let's face it yet. had a very specific branding structure. And you couldn't go outside that okay. So the font had to be the same the same color. The same font he let us use different fonts whoop de do The Style and the color. I mean I couldn't be creative. I felt so Siamese I felt like like they were trying to put me in a box and for rust never puts anybody in a box including themselves so it just seemed really hard. It was hard for me. Can you talk about that? Yeah so I am. I'm pulling out my some. Some examples. Don't know if you could see. This is a postcard ended for lady in her brandon colors. She has three branding. Keller's now we did carry everything through to her. Trifold grocer to a two at her a retractable banner and her business cards in such a website. But here's the thing you don't have to be stuck like if you're one of those people that wants to update your Your will let me let me rephrase that start off with a basic color Palette alright in key color Palette but you can change it. See how these are all boxes. Well in her brochure. We added some circles to break it up to make it different in interesting fights five just as long as they're in the same kind of family for example if you're writing in times new. Roman while he can switch to marry whether font on something else or if you're doing a special here's what I like when you're doing special or you're offering a new program or something. Yeah make it a little different but keep those colors the same the Color Society. The some of the graphic elements the same. And that's how you maintain that repetition because it's like singing a song in the car when you're here for the first time you know you're in the car you're driving. You look like that sound and then you hear it again on the radio in the next day. And you're like Oh. I can sing that song. In some of the words I could sing. I could hear it right now and after the six or seven time. You're now the row at the top of your car next year looking at you like praising because.
"color society" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Like the jets and the giants that have suspend travel for their scouts the NFL suspended Prodi's at colleges and universities across the country and all in person pre draft visits but overall the NFL is still relatively unaffected what is the potential impact of not being able to have pro days in in person pre draft visits again the fringe athlete that doesn't get the exposure to showcase his talent in front of scouts so now NFL scouts talent evaluators and stake holders are going to have to like in the quote unquote old days scour over game film to evaluate their personnel I think Adam guru isn't able to evaluate talent if it smacked him across the face but I think that the jets which Douglas are in great shape I think that the giants would Joe judge an offshoot and confidante a bill bell Jack are also in great shape how many guys have been make or break an in person meeting I really don't know but from a logical perspective if the organization cares enough to bring a player in wouldn't that signify that they are really interested we also have technology at our disposal nowadays I know it's not the quote unquote best substitution for in person contact believe me I'm a teacher I'm set to do digital distance learning for the next two weeks at least at minimum it's not the best situation but we do the best we can at eleven fifty nine eastern just two hours ago NFL Players Association has collected all votes from its players regarding the new collective bargaining agreement and for it's also worth I reach out to the NFL Players Association for someone to come on my show tonight to comment about that CBA they responded quickly and politely by telling me to check back in a few weeks time so for you all I will and then there's free agency Tom Brady needs to be the first domino to fall free agency for the first time literally in his entire career Tom Brady will be able to test the free agency waters in the year two thousand the number one song was briefed by Faith Hill the Motorola razr was most popular phone I had a black one up so cool you popped up all of your callers which means you had more than one polo shirt on and when apple computers came in five different colors society has evolved since then and so if sports contracts so will Brady returned to the New England Patriots I told you weeks ago from the night of the fight in UFC fight in Las Vegas the Tom Brady was going to be a writer there are now rumblings that their car is on the trading block apparently thirty one control over the roster and play calling Dianna Russini reported on Thursday that the Buccaneers are willing to give it to him will Tom Brady twelve have a new moniker in twenty twenty T. B. Tampa Bay twelve and if he doesn't decide on New England you're going to see a mass exit is apparently that roster it will be a sinking ship I have a complete game plan also tonight on what the jets and giants should do on draft day and in free agency I also have a couple names for you in sequential order you know me in my research of the top talent in this year's draft including a defensive lineman that not one person I've heard talk about also in case you missed it news Rick Pitino is officially the head coach of the area Iona Gaels after Tim Cluess has stepped down citing health issues I think it's a touching those sort of move and we can talk about that as well and I always wrap up my monologues with the countdown to baseball action as you know we've counted down from like seventy five days until pitchers and catchers pitchers and catchers and now we really don't know in baseball will be back I will I just want to get this couple seconds wish Godspeed to the doctors nurses medical staff and first responders that are possibly taking on extra shifts night amidst the pandemic and it might be tuning into my program right now and to the teachers that are still expected to be in their classrooms on Monday including those right here in New York City you should be teaching from home like many of us New Jersey will be okay we have a full phone lines eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Mr hit notes after this quick little break everything's on the table can't wait to talk with you guys I'm Jim Cornette to midnight on the fan.
"color society" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"We're talking about imposter syndrome. So what is imposter syndrome? Dewan Imposter Syndrome is It's about behavioral patterns. That made you make you feel as if you're fraudulent so when you start to believe you don't belong in the space in which you are in When you think about when you hear about imposter syndrome you tend to think about somebody who has a high level executive or somebody. Who's very accomplished? They have a job but they're starting to doubt themselves and they're starting to doubt that they're in the right room and you see majority to be honest with you guys. You see it a lot with women where they're in spaces and maybe their minority because they're the only woman in that space. Are there come from a marginalized community and now they're starting to look around and they've been told all their lives that they don't belong. They've been told other lives at there that they they don't matter. Their accomplishments are significant. Now they're in these spaces and they're looking around and they say well hold on. Maybe I don't belong here. I'm the CEO or the vice president and his company. And when I look around all I see is people that look different than me. Maybe I got here because I was just lucky. And it wasn't due to my accomplishments are are are the the work effort that I put into it. Wow and it's more common in women than men. I was just reading browsing through the book. Ego Was the enemy by Ryan holiday. He suffered from this at one time. So I mean men do too as well and it's It's it's fascinating really. So why is this a problem? If they're if someone is already successful why do they? Why do they retreat back to that kind of thinking? I think one of the reasons why this becomes a problem. Because you've got to think about it. This is something that you tend to. People who are very successful suffers from so you may not see this in your everyday. Joe You Tennessee this with people war high high achievers. So you're you're you're CEO's your Vice Presidents Your Business Owners your radio host all these people who have these high levels of achievement and starting to certain spaces they start to doubt themselves to a point where they're not following other pursuits dreams because you start to believe that you don't belong in the space that you're in you're less likely to want to go after the next range are the next promotion. The next opportunity. Could you already feel like you're a fraud right? You feel fraudulent. So that's going to prevent you from going after things that you're more than qualified for also is going to prevent you from from recognizing who you are in that you deserve to be there. Well you know I'm reading that. Most people believe that Imposter Syndrome makes you a perfectionist or a micromanager. Are there other types of imposter syndrome? So yes there are a couple different types of Positive so when you talk about. Perfectionists you're really talking about a person who believes that things have to be perfect right so things have to be done a certain way if they're not done away then it's not done right right. There was a there was a woman who talked about that. She was such a perfectionist that she was sent out an email and if that email would had any grammatical errors in it then she had to then go back and hurry up an email to everyone and say. Please don't read the email that I sent. I have to go on. Correct my errors. Because her mind if it wasn't perfect then she was going to believe that she was incompetent. So that's one of your first person. Is The perfectionist. Your second person that you're going to look into the superman or superwoman. Right this is the person who feels like they have to do everything. You're workaholic. The person who feels like maybe since I can't out with them I can outworked them. I have to spend more time at the office workers at the Office for twelve hours a day. Because that's the only way I can keep up because I work harder than most and what you find with those people. Those people believe that the only way that they can keep up is if they go out and outperform if there are situations where everything's equal then they're not going to feel important. They're not going to feel as if they're significant. They're gonNA feel as if maybe one day. Somebody's going to wake up in unmask them and find out that they don't really belong. And you say it's more common in women. Why is that? I think because you when you talk about women my answer but I wanna hear yours. What the research says is that you have so this impostor syndrome has been around since the early seventies a psychologist. I can't think of her name at the moment. Started to study women who were working in. I forgot the industry that exactly. They were working as she saw just working. In general I get that they start to work in industries. Where again? They're the only one of right. So they're the only woman in that space and they look around and for years you know maybe in the sixties and seventies women were told to stay at home. Stand their place and that's where they belong. Well when you find a woman who's now and at a managerial level. She's now in an executive level. She's surrounded by men she starts to believe we'll hold on. Maybe I don't belong here because no one's like me. No one has my same issues. Nobody's here worried about their kids. Now I start to feel like maybe I'm here because I got lucky or just a token I'm just a token woman. They had to get a woman so they got me. Well sometimes does luck. Dozen timing does play a big part. There's a lot of talented people in the world and a lot of time. It's about a lot of times Mu- very often. It's about connections. Not what you know. Or what talent you have but who you now. Relationships are very impart a very important informing informing those bonds and using those relationships as leverage. But here's the problem when you feel as if ok you have four or five degrees you've been the CEO. You've been the director. You've been all these things and then you find yourself as the president is the person in charge and you still feel as if what you've done. It's by luck or by chance are simply because somebody gave you they pulled you up. You know by air bootstrap. Now that makes you're less likely to go out and perform in a way that's going to show the world wide you matter right. Why matter and this is going to make you less likely to have a seat at the table and use your voice with seat at the table that you have well and women are more prone to it for a lot of different reasons and I find found this throughout my career. That other women really. Don't they WANNA pull you down? Women Get Jealous. They don't like it when a woman is rising up through the ranks. They don't but I think that's been reserved to believe that there's only one spot at the table for a woman. Look at shows right if you look at some of these. Tv shows that you. Have you going to have one African American one woman in one person who's gay right you're going to have? That's what you're going to have right because we've been conditioned to believe there's only one spot for you at this table. There's only one spot so if you're in my spot and we're both women the only way I can get to that spot if I take you out instead of you know rallying around each other to say hey we can do this together or we can create spaces where there are more of us and I think sometimes even happened. When you think about the different types you know we forgot about the genius right. The natural genius who because there are natural genius at things when they don't automatically get something right. You're used to being really good. You're used to be rewarded when you don't automatically get something you feel like an impossible because now you have to put working when you're used to not think about your professional athlete. Who from Middle School Onto College? He was always the best and all he had to do a show up an perform. Now you get to the pros. There's an expectation that you have to work harder that you have to study that you have to train and you're competing with your peers. People who they came from schools where they were the bestest well now. You don't feel that you're anymore. You start to feel as an impostor. What's that the big fish? Small pond a small pond. A little. Thank you. That's that's part of the impostor syndrome is realizing are feeling as if. Hey I'm in space and I'm used to just being able to show up and perform in now. I actually have to do a good job when we're talking to our colleagues that's when it's reflective because mentoring people. I could sit down and talk all day and give this expert advice but when I have to give expert advice to my colleagues now I start to see this this natural genius thing or is it that I feel that. Hey because I'm talking to my colleagues maybe I'm not as experienced them Well you know when you say it's like we've been talking about. It's more common women. Everyone says that. But I think it's because women are almost. They're they're taught or they're forced to ACQUIESCE OUR TALENTS. Our knowledge our accomplishments. Especially if you're in a marriage you know I agree. I think that you're so you've been conditioned to be submissive right particularly men for so long. You start to believe that you have this. Space is not just your space. You have been accepted into the space instead of. You have taken this space. And I think we have to recognize it. As all people who are monitoring marginalized we can take spaces. Yeah well on a lot of publications. Don't WanNa give the women credit. They don't all about the man. We have a problem with how we treat women in society. We have a problem with how we treat people of Color Society and I think if we start taking these cases more often. You won't see as big of a problem. I love talking about this. I do and I love having Jon. Benet in studio you can find them at Preston place. Counseling DOT COM more coming up. Everyone you're listening to one life. Radio started it was cool too into this girly music. I like it that would have you. Oh my robot. In new set of headphones. My wires wires jacked up keeps cracking on me. I can't hear myself you go. I'M NOT GONNA move welcome.
"color society" Discussed on KCRW
"To a dermatologist with say a rash chances are the doctors going to want to take a look right so much of diagnosing skin conditions comes down to what the doctor sees but is dina project reports some are raising concerns about whether doctors are getting the whole picture in their training can you show no like a lot of new parents Ellen Buchanan Weiss is pretty into her kid we adopted him when he was eleven days old he as a gentle sweet whole areas on the go all day and like a lot of new parents Buchanan ways had all sorts of questions during that blurry first year like after her son's twelve month vaccinations when he broke out in a rash I'm trying to figure out it would I be paranoid if I went to the doctor at this point is that a reasonable thing to do so I started googling it we're talking image searches also looking at pages from the Mayo Clinic CDC but her son has brown skin and it became immediately clear to me that the vast majority of even common skin conditions are on white skin you have to scroll down like eighty pictures to find a single one on brown skin it's not surprising but it is concerning very concerning doctor Lynn McKinley grant is a dermatology professor at Howard University and president of the skin of color society she knows there's a gap and not just on the internet often in medical schools they have have limited pictures of diseases and skin of people of color and that's a big problem medical school is a lot of pattern recognition especially when it comes to dermatology you see picture after picture to include them into your brain and if you don't see pictures of different skin types you may not be able to diagnose them take rashes you'll hear term called erythema erythema the official medical term from the Greek word for red but Russians don't always look read on dark skin they can look kind of purple or barely show up at all so I've had patients who have said they go in and they say tell the doctor that they have redness and the doctor can't see yet they're like well there's nothing they are you know just put some lotion on and go home McKinley grants says schools are making an effort to diversify training materials but they still got a ways to go and this problem could get even worse Dr Roxanne Adonis geo is a dermatology resident at Stanford for her PhD she's looking up artificial intelligence if we don't fix the biases that we have in healthcare before we jump to training a computer to do it we're just going to actually perpetuate those biases the computer learns the same way students do Donna's junior team feed in image after image to create.
"color society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The slogan stop the boats and posters showing buildings in the freshest architectural style a note to the parties with roots in each of his old fascist movement it might sound like an unlikely place to find a black Italian but I'm here to meet the brothers in the Russian spokesman Paolo job who moved to Italy from Senegal as a baby we'll see I'm without an obscenity dot jump is hosting a debate about security and immigration it tells us that anyone is welcome in his party what he sees is slim is not compatible with European culture top of the bell at the festival is the Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban was once again is a multi colored society I asked George why he joined the brothers given the far right politics and flushes troops man don't get it okay Seattle but the bill let's see stats to the debate I don't think it's a fascist party it's a party with strong nationalist roots but that does not mean it is racist it's a party that wants to protect the national identity how did you come to be a new to me Philadelphia the meat ideas are not even on the son of immigrants who arrived in Italy legally at the time when it's Elise economy was growing now it's no longer raise so we can no longer welcome economic migrants we have had to choose to avoid illegal immigration because we cannot accept there were people who have integrated into Italian society well today lots of Michael and surviving we do not manage to integrate do not embrace Italian culture and identity yeah have you ever experienced discrimination a resident number Kay let that involved because it's really is a country where if you respect the culture and the identity of the people and you know how to fit in people here are very open but in your hometown of moisture out to the west six Africans who was shot and injured when activities from the far right party did you feel safe about I know you had a bit of a budget item when there's just not a lot I was in Missouri to on the day of the attack it was a mistake it was something extreme but much of outside is a left wing town and that left wing politics is created hatred among the citizens because they're no longer free to walk down the street because Michael dealing drugs and hustling goes people feel very threatened he said did more to Minnesota did you know you could try you need who was the shooter see a lot of food that number yes I knew him we were in the same political circles it was a good lad I never had any problems with him I would never want to inspire someone who carries out such acts that's not our intention our aim is to build bridges between immigrants and the Italian people and we think eliminating the problematic section of immigration leads to greater understanding and integration date sat eight would be data sooner we have many listeners in Africa and some of them want to come to you today what's your message to them where you live but I think I advise my African brothers to build a stronger Africa because it's Africa that is the real paradise they should learn a trade give Africa that strength I'm not push that will help you to succeed they listen to the immigrant lots like me who were in Europe and he was saying let's go home and use what we've learned in Europe to make African grey area that it out again and the how the job once Africans to stay in Africa by that message is not getting through he say this party wants to create links between immigrants on the Italian people but I only made two black people at the festival and one of them was job.
"color society" Discussed on Ologies
"U._s. Leg is our national symbol. So i mean we should respect if you're in the military you render honors or salute loot. I try and stand whenever it is and you should face either. The flag over the music is coming from the civilians leaders to hand over your heart or take off your hat but i think a respect should be given to the fight. It is our national symbol so there are other ways of expressing other actions at least for our national symbol should stand behind different. People have different views on this in america. Some people feel that the flag has been kind of reappropriated as a symbol of nationalism and a nostalgia for a time when people had fewer personal in all freedoms so i think to use it to amplify the voices of people seeking the freedom. This nation was founded on is a respectful means to an end. You may disagree. That's that's okay too anyway. I change subject to hands over hearts specifically mine. I have got my hand stuck in an escalator when i was four and i have terrible scars on my right hand and it's fine now but at the time i was like pretty stoked that i was. I always knew over my heart. 'cause i was like four so it was like which one do i put and i was like hits the scars so then i could always tell my hands apart it was i wouldn't recommend getting your hand stuck in an escalator. Though there better ways of figuring out <hes> let me see actually herbal has great question with space exploration expanding. Should we have an official earth flag to represent ourselves when we find other life. There are earth legs so what are they. There are actually several hasn't been one. That's been approved or recognized recognized by everyone. There are like said he flags and then there's like you have the earth day flag which has the picture of the earth on it. There's another one i like which is actually developed in the u._s. Where yeah she just have an arc of yellow that represents the sun and then like little dots for the planet and the large one that's resents the earth and so there are other science flags out there are geometric patterns of different colors to represent arrangement of of earth in the solar system but no there are planetary flags out the already now. Do you find them on earth stadium flying with me flag so i have. I have one of these signs. Earthquakes will fly on dais related to science really really like what are their science days. Are there or i'm trying to. I'm trying to remember there was a there was a walk for science. I think maybe madame curies birthday birthday or maybe over the noble or go out or maybe you win. The voyager. Probe anniversary here like that. Man is going in an a ha having to get flags now. Did you know that national moth week is the last week of july because now you do. I just went to see if there are any moth themed flags bags out there and sadly no but it does seem the perfect time to fly a woolen flag. That's been moth eaten. A moth buffet of freedom and fibers meredith roy wants to know is there any significance in countries that have flags of the similar patterns and same colours but in different order like france versus paraguay belgium versus germany germany etc well you have a lot of those <hes> we could say old rolled flags when they really are established and basing on national colors so they're very very simple and so those are older flags as opposed to some of the modern flakes where you have a little more iconography on our modern iconography so you have like the scandinavian cross lakeville all the countries of scandinavia the neighbor. It's that same cross pattern in different colors society. Why do so many scandinavian countries have that nordic cross motif. I was like <hes> there's gonna be some old. Good vikings vikings shit like maybe we're the land intersects with the c. or like the latitude of the summer sun but now it's just a straight up christianity simple so what about flags that look like neopolitan ice cream. You know it's like the tri-color you have the french tricolour. I mean you have ireland..
"color society" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"We'll see then tomorrow, Colleen Lindstrom, Bradley trainer. And Brad, I need you to actually educate me, because I've heard rumblings of this, but I haven't gotten really too deep into the story of max Landis who is max Landis. And why should we care right now? Well, okay, max Landis, we can talk about, like his pedigree, in terms of, you know, his his Hollywood career, but he you would probably know some of the things that he's been involved in creating, and that is, I would think most notably the Dirk gently holistic detective agency show is that what it's called detective agency. Yeah. Yeah, there's a film called bright. He also did. A film called Mr.. Right. And bright Amar. He's on, or at least was announced to do the screenplay for an American werewolf in London. That's being brought back. So he certainly has he's got a long track record in Hollywood. But the reason everybody's talking about him is because the Daily Beast, did this expose where eight women have accused him in this was released yesterday. Eight women have accused him of emotional, and sexual abuse, and it's very thorough. And I will say, I haven't gotten all the way through because it's long it is literally, these women's accounts of every bit of emotional, and sexual abuse that they claim max Landis is responsible for now. This is not the first time that we've heard of this abuse or heard rumblings people have taken to social media in the last couple years to perhaps indicate that there. Is not there are some distasteful things going on, or that he is not a very nice person. But this is the first like thorough account, and it's very fascinating because I think I use the word fascinating in a way. It's sad. Right. Because their victims right pressing. Certainly the fascinating thing for me is that they paint a picture, not just a person who is sexually assaulting women. We have a lot of examples in our society, unfortunately, but also the emotional psychological abuse slash control. That this person engaged in or is alleged to have engaged in the picture. They paint these women again. I mean, you'd have to believe that they've all coordinated their stories but they tell very similar stories, and it's just it's, it's hard to believe that we're only now learning about this, because it has gone on for so long and he had impart. It was able to go on because he had created such a culture of distrust, fear, fear shame retribution revenge so often when we hear about these types of stories, and we hear about the person sort of at the center in this case, max Landis, there's similarities, there's, you know, a common I, I don't wanna say, move, but there's a common sort of methodology or method that they use to control women. What is his, you know, is there one of those I guess present for him? And what does it look like? Well, I can I can give you some generic things that these women have said, or I should say, just broad the descriptions of. Of this kind of behavior, for example, one of the women said, quote, he trusted that we would never say, anything he worked actively to discredit people who were saying things, and was just as consistent in the abuse as he was in covering it up and manipulating us and the people around afterwards, she one woman said, quote, I didn't realize I had been raped consistently and deliberately by this man for two years until today when I'm writing this down. And when you account I guarantee you, you would say this is rape. This is sexual assault. This is not, you know, a, a consensual relationship, eights vile stuff, like I could I could tell you details, but do I wanna know? Well, I mean like he in one particular case, he told this woman that. He was turned on by seeing her cry. And so the only way they would have a sexual relationship is that he would berate her to the point that she would be in tears, and then they would have sex, and then, you know, the, the sort of like emotional manipulation that would come after that, it's just evil. Yeah. I mean, and there's a lot more of just like you know, there's one account of him actually being walked in on sexually assaulting another woman, and I mean, it it's it's kind of all over the place. Again. Those salacious things those are not shocking, sadly, because we've read accounts of this kind of thing over again when a person is in control. The thing that I kept sort of looming over was or looking at. Thinking about is how he created this friend group. And in fact, at one point, I think he refers to this group as the color society or something to that effect color. Anyway hand like a name. So like a lot of people compared it to a cult. Yeah. Where he would sort of create like friends who were on the inside. And you wanted to be on the inside. Right. Because that looked like the elite group. And if you didn't act accordingly than you would not be invited to certain things and so people would feel like they were no longer on the inside. And so people would vied stay, you know what I mean, that very controlling behavior beyond just the vial, you know, sexual assault. It's that control of, of I am worthy. And he would use other people, he would use his family connections, which Holly can tell us about. I mean, it's, it's not just this guy was secretly, you know, raping women. Here's what I find. This you know you could say why do you read through something like this, because it's like so I mean it's gruesome and violent and awful, and it really happened to a bunch of people like what is the point of reading through all of that, isn't it enough to just know, well, the reason why I think it's important for people to read the details view is because I think it does help you understand if you've ever said to yourself, why would she not? Why would that woman not have reported the rape? When you read it in their own words, in, in this woman in this particular story this one this one woman's view. The one that you just talked about who said, I didn't even realize that I had been raped over the course of two years consistently until I'm writing it right here. You start to realize that there's a, there's a psychological game to it that helps that helps the perpetrator be able to continue to perpetrate and the Vic. Victim has now sort of had to talk their way out of or talk their way around understanding. What's actually happening? You start to see it that way you start to understand better how that happens that it's not as easier cut and dried as like a man grabs you and takes you into his quarter, and sexually assault. It's not like that. This is like a psychological manipulation. That is occurred over a period of time. And that's like I mean that's trauma. Yeah. Oh, absolutely one hundred percent in another case, this woman described how just typical things that would happen during the relationship he would bring up his hand faked that he was gonna hit me, and then laugh, when I flinched he consistently threatened to break up with me speak about his prospects to openly. Flirt in front of me on multiple occasions. He referred to me as acts in front of girls at parties. We'd go to two together as a couple he'd openly critiqued my body in front of people. And tell me privately that I had the potential to be so. Oh hot. If I had committed to working out more he'd graphically described sex with his exes rate their abilities compared to mine, and that, that's just like so clearly, this was a person who was felt privileged to just and another person said that he doesn't really see women as people, they're only just something to be achieved or conquered or encountered or. Oh, gosh, how you had mentioned before the show a little bit about his, his lineage. Can you talk a little bit about max Landis where he comes from? Yeah. So max Landis is the son of Hollywood director, John Landis and John Landis. He directed the thriller music video for Michael. He directed coming to America American werewolf in London. That's why max is doing the remake because Dan directed the original one but he also directed a portion of the twilight zone movie. That was released in nineteen eighty two and I bring this up because there was an accident on the set of that movie where three people died in a very violent manner, and there is a huge trial around this and John Landis. Eventually got his career back kind of, but they're just I don't there. There's a very long history behind that trial. And if you wanna look up the twilight zone accident, but the trial went on for years, and people were calling John Landis out for his behavior on the set of the twilight zone movie the way that he handled it. And also aftermath of that interesting about that, too, is that I think it's very clear he used his position and his family's position in Hollywood, as a way to attract all of these people totally and to, you know, gain, a level of prestige, that, you know, he could then Lord over other people in us against them. Wow. Well, I know that we'll be continuing to I'm actually read this article a little bit later today. When I have some time, because it does it is, as you said, a very long piece, I will say he's been dropped by his manager. So that was the consequences are such that things are going to start happening. I think because of, you know, his work with Netflix and other. And other projects. Yeah. When we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show, I have it on good authority that we will be enjoying a state, fair, new food offering. Yeah. Just make it a cheat day, Wednesday. At this point. We'll be back after this on mytalk one zero seven one. Previously.
"color society" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Managing hypertension, diabetes and chronic lung. Diseases have remained the same for fifty years. The drugs are better. But the way patients engage with doctors during office, visits and hospital. Stays is unchanged in other industries aligned financial incentives. Better customer. Centrisly and technology have been motivating and enabling forces for change. But the transformations themselves came from operational changes that enhanced productivity, mostly by finding ways to use fewer people. The physician patient encounter is Healthcare's chokepoint, so long as we continue to think of healthcare, as a service that happens when patients connect with doctors we shackle ourselves to assist them in which increased patient, needs must be met with more doctors are images in clinical medicine features, a fifty. One year old woman with autism dominant polycystic kidney disease, who presented to the primary care clinic with mild, worsening of chronic abdominal pain. No jaundice was found on physical examination. The liver was enlarged, and the patient, had mild tenderness in the right upper quadrant. And in the flanks on both sides, Murphy, sign was absent laboratory. Studies showed mildly elevated levels of aspertain, aminotransferase, and Allen aminotransferase in numeral cysts were found on abdominal ultrasonography, the gallbladder could not be visualized MR Colangelo. Pancreatitis RAFI was performed and revealed a markedly enlarged liver with numerous cystic structures. No signs of interest, cystic, hemorrhage, rupture or infection were found the presentation was not consistent with acute colored societies in autosomal dominant, poly, cystic kidney disease, cysts can develop in a range of sites. Incl-. Including the liver pancreas and seminal vesicles. The patient was treated with intravenous hydration and annal, Gesia, and the pain, decreased at a one year. Follow up, visit no additional complications or new symptoms. Had developed the patient continued to have occasional abdominal pain. A sixty year old man presented to the Oto rhino Laron Galeotti clinic with a feeling of nasal obstruction and post nasal drip, that had developed ten years earlier and had worsened over the past month. He also had a sensation of a foreign body in his throat symptoms worsened when he was lying flat on physical examination, no deviation of the nasal septum, or hypertrophy of the inferior turban. It's was detected nasal Farren gossipy revealed a smooth pink cystic mass in the mid line of his nasal ferrings with no obstruction of the openings to the U station tubes. C T of the head reveal the two. Two point five centimeter by one point three centimeter by one point four centimeter cystic humor in the mid line of the nasal ferrings without intra cranial extension. The findings were consistent with torn vaults. Cyst of benign cyst that arises between the roof of the nasal ferrings and the remnant of the Noto cord because the patient was symptomatic, he underwent surgical marsupial ization of the cyst on follow up examination, three months after surgery. He no longer had the sensation of a foreign body in his throat, his nasal symptoms were reduced, and there was no recurrence of the cyst. This concludes our summary. Let us know what you think about our audio summaries. Any comments or suggestions may be sent to audio at any J M dot org. Thank you for listening.
"color society" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer
"Talking about the points of joy in your day and then perhaps later writing them down journal in ma'am a about all of the things that you were grateful for maybe you had a laugh with a in a good talked with a friend or maybe you enjoyed watching the birds from your window maybe you read or heard something inspiring whatever little pearl's you gathered right come down share them and then rights something small you would like to do tomorrow that doesn't challenger anxiety too much that kind of sets you up fit invitation for what you'd like to see happen next yeah i think that's really important when we feel overwhelmed with adversity illness anxiety have little bitesize things that bring us joy maybe we can't do the bigger plans unattended to things that we feel would really love to but it doesn't mean that's the whole picture doesn't mean there isn't something we confined sweetness and so may be managed to treat yourself to an audio book or spend some time colouring do you like to to do baking might be baker apply or a loaf of bread for somebody that's half in a rough day off your family to come home to knitting scrapped booking something sweet something created that you feel that you don't have to stretch yourself too far to enjoy and to accomplish really great ideas there a nanga i i love colouring society habilis mandela books that you can buy and and color and uh.
"color society" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Is that a original guns n' roses towards much yeah and they're just like in their there's like goodquality right yeah i feel like an innovative design as chap fish heads audio and give it fact yeah exactly saudia they just don't have and so because these are the as a large like demographic of black people who do travel groups now says i travel nawar and like all these other lakes full society in a goal of it he do these group trips and go to all these great countries and you would see groups of black people in cuba and without fail and i went by myself i cubans were well that's the thing they don't they're they're cubans they're not they don't break themselves down by race because it's the nationalists the society so it's cuba first cuba and before everything else serves interracial dating look if not it's not even interracial is like lay skin and dr skin to them it's not like uh it is no white and black it's like you're like your light skin and i'm darker skin but they're not because until the interesting thing in by cuba so i'm walking around with and navigating by myself which is the best way to travel um and you see a group of people and you would hear a black person and go to a dark skin cuban in black so like how do you deal with the racism here like how do you feel beyond like an afrocuban that get out and then and then and then the cubans will be like what are you talk what are you talking about really doesn't work it out you feel the african american experience look what what i always yes o n so i realised at that moment i said wow we really have a lot of baggage like african americans have a lotta baggage rightfully so but you can't expect any person of color in another part of the world to have that same understand us a speaking about your friend who was the son of the ambassador it's like they have no contacts for you grow up in a all black all dark skin or all you know people of color society you not think in the white man is out to get me and then we come here spend an our dollars they looking at as i get your.
"color society" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"It's so interesting that always keep took coming up in every conversation that i have one of the questions that people are interested in is it so what is jewish about them yemen especially because you focus on the gender eyes aspects of these i mean these gender dynamics to my mind characterized the change in western sociology i mean and to the extent that this influence is also colonial into colors societies or on by colonial administrations i mean the different where women can go and can't go what languid how they're educated and where they learned is that uniquely in order not to some extent what we saw is that it's actually the were women could go and couldn't go there choices actually somewhat narrowed with modernisation fighter is that jewish or is that just how things are progressing illegitimate let's address in cairo let's talk about the jewish before the gist of course we can't compare those two communities but right it's almost like your would ask so what is jewish about the american jewish experience today good boy so it's a jewish community all of the interviewees define themselves as jews and it was important to them whether they were religious or not religious and most of them were not religious at least not in the way that we perceive being religious and secular today right but all of them described themselves as part of a jewish community and of a jewish culture it was important to them i think part of the things that makes this a jewish experience was the extreme in which these people lived this was an urban community a community with a very big portion of of it being members of the same ideology that same imagery the same perception rather narrow margins and a short lived community right they had about one hundred years of living in egypt.
"color society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Women couldn't do it and indian women couldn't come into their borders and do it no more surrogacy no more loopholes no more surrogacy normal loopholes of but then the confusion was that they banned surrogacy but there were still up pregnant surrogates on the ground and so they sort of existed in this grey zone and in the midst of that was when we went out to try and find surrogates in paul all the surrogates are kept in what are called shelter houses which are just like houses that agencies rent out that have a library of women lawyers to restore her yes they still have the house's lick the rumors are that they move the houses further away from the city centre cook attract less attention and so what we found a nepali reporter i'm pickwick today and i am a freelance journalist based in kathmandu ought to go off trying it into one of these shelter houses so the shoulder houses actually quite far from the main city almost half an hour forty minutes drive from god monday it sonar on a hilltop because these are the outskirts of kathmandu where new settlements of juststarted uh so it was actually a school building which they turn into a shelter because i think the school at left after the earthquake the moment i reached the first floor i was so surprised it was very noisy a lot of children playing around and turns out a lot of women bringing the young children if that too young to be left alone really yet and how many women were there they are around i think twenty or twenty two women their twenty or twenty two women on the first floor this building yet this shelter house was run by another israeli agencies and not lotus but a different one and are progressing that most of the women were carrying babies four israeli couples and at least the women i saw who outside the room all who had the doors opened this seemed to be your own perdue too early forty's really yeah i mean the first time i so i saw the first woman a doctor kidneys argue you nee she was wearing like a mustard color society and she had some bengals all the woman had some bengals in their hands in may took this celica took this had to.
"color society" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Comfort and the thrust of the news about love that surely going to be a good thing is that now going to get the epa head we short going for child yes there was but it was nowhere near what some nice says the negative people who seem to delight to dwell upon the negative were was hoping for there was real freely wasn't worth looking some gold is going to be trouble lodge we can be watch on the streets again we see that bottle under before they want they were there was anger justifiable angry my opinion the move look and quite rightly so but there wasn't color the massive watching there wasn't this wide spread sense of color society disintegrating that we had in 2011 in london in manchester and birmingham different parts of the country and i do wonder whether now people thinking you know what the only way out of this hellish told him we are living through an is a hellish time when you think about it but for terror attacks in three months that had a dreadful far which ouch it is beyond any kind of one human beings responsibility or said we think at the moment but after that has come while man said chabanne i'll i'll remember his name i think of the day i die characters in the street was there was a volunteers of the sikh community plunge into seniors i was and he pointed towards his massive massive paul of donations that turned up few member on thursday morning we will a from glenn foretell and we were bu costing along with other of patients that people say doping any physical donations we call enough we we've been so overwhelmed that twentyfirst we got over the stalled is stuff he called it and he was what a mountain of love so your thoughts please do you think yesterday's attack will bring us together though oh simple question but a big conversation kickstarted by so get involved but a cool polo 3for4 full on on one thousand six thirty the weather latest on the way after getting news headlines welcome back rachel.