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"coppin" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is we'll manica if you're just tuning in for the first time. Welcome here's the deal every weekday. We're telling the stories of women from around the world and throughout history. You may not know about but definitely should each month is themed and this month. We're going back to school. We're talking about women who are educators and intellectuals who changed the way we learn today. We're celebrating a teacher. Who was a staunch champion for race. Gender and education equality known for uplifting black and low income working women. This scholar made it her. Life's mission to expand opportunity. Let's talk about fanny jackson. Coppin francis jackson coppin was born in eighteen. Thirty seven in washington. Dc she was born into an enslaved household fannies grandfather had managed to save up and by the freedom of four out of his six children. Fanny's mother was not among them as fanny recalls. in her autobiography. It was on account of her birth that her grandfather refused to buy her mother's freedom. So fanny remained enslaved until the age of twelve when her aunt bought her freedom for one hundred. Twenty five dollars after that fanny was sent off to new bedford. Massachusetts to live with the different ant by the age of fourteen fanny was fully supporting herself. As a paid servant in rhode island. She worked for author. George henry calvert household for six years during her time. They're fading used the money she earned to pay for tutoring and leader public schooling. It was at the rhode island state. Normal school where fanny. I realized her love for teaching and for making education accessible for all black people in eighteen. Sixty fanny enrolled in oberlin. College in ohio oberlin's courses were rigorous and it was the first college that accepted both black and women students while studying at oberlin. Fanny broke several glass ceilings. She was selected to join the highly coveted. Young ladies literary society. Fanny was the first black person chosen as a student teacher. She used this role to organize evening. Classes for newly freed people in her last year of college. Fanny was scouted by the institute for colored youth and philadelphia. The school was run by quakers who were in search of an african american woman who could teach greek latin and arithmetic officials at oberlin. Immediately new fanny would be perfect for the role. Fanny was an excellent teacher within a year. She was promoted to principal of the women's part of the school. Four years after that van became principal of the entire institute her position as such was extremely radical for the time in eighteen. Seventy nine fanny opened the first trade school for black people in philadelphia it was called the industrial department and black men and women were taught everything from carpentry to typewriting. And fanny didn't stop there. She noticed that finding jobs in philadelphia was hard for trade workers so she appealed to the public and found a way to create new jobs in philadelphia specifically for her students. On top of that. Whenever fanny saw buildings being made without the participation of black people she goes straight to the construction company and demand. Immediate change in the midst of advancing and defending the rights of women and black people fanny fell in love. With reverend levi jenkins coppin a minister at the african methodist episcopal church fanny and levi married on december twenty first eighteen eighty one at the turn of the century. Fanny's husband was made bishop of the church and was sent to cape town south africa on a mission in one thousand nine hundred two. The couple traveled to south africa and found at the bethel institute. Together eventually fanny returned to philadelphia to seek treatment for her ailing health. She passed away on january. Twenty first nineteen thirteen and nineteen twenty. Six coppin state university in baltimore was named and fanny's memory from eighteen. Sixty nine to nineteen o. Six fanny worked dutifully to expand educational opportunities to underprivileged people in her community. She loved the art of teaching and made it her. Life's mission to give her students a fair opportunity to life and education in a letter. To frederick douglass fanny once wrote. I feel sometimes like a person. To whom in childhood was entrusted some sacred flame. This is the desire to see my race. Lifted out of the mire of ignorance no longer to sit an obscure corners and devour the scraps of knowledge all month. We're going back to school talking about educators intellectuals for more on why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter we'll manica weekly follow us on facebook and instagram at. We'll manica and you can find me directly on twitter at jenny. M kaplan special. Thanks to liz. Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow this month. Encyclopedia were manteca is proudly supported by unc. Greens greensboro founded as a woman's college in eighteen. Ninety one unc. greensboro presents. She can we can beyond..
Influential Educators: Fanny Jackson Coppin
"Jackson coppin was born in eighteen. Thirty seven in washington. Dc she was born into an enslaved household fannies grandfather had managed to save up and by the freedom of four out of his six children. Fanny's mother was not among them as fanny recalls. in her autobiography. It was on account of her birth that her grandfather refused to buy her mother's freedom. So fanny remained enslaved until the age of twelve when her aunt bought her freedom for one hundred. Twenty five dollars after that fanny was sent off to new bedford. Massachusetts to live with the different ant by the age of fourteen fanny was fully supporting herself. As a paid servant in rhode island. She worked for author. George henry calvert household for six years during her time. They're fading used the money she earned to pay for tutoring and leader public schooling. It was at the rhode island state. Normal school where fanny. I realized her love for teaching and for making education accessible for all black people in eighteen. Sixty fanny enrolled in oberlin. College in ohio oberlin's courses were rigorous and it was the first college that accepted both black and women students while studying at oberlin. Fanny broke several glass ceilings. She was selected to join the highly coveted. Young ladies literary society. Fanny was the first black person chosen as a student teacher. She used this role to organize evening. Classes for newly freed people in her last year of college. Fanny was scouted by the institute for colored youth and philadelphia. The school was run by quakers who were in search of an african american woman who could teach greek latin and arithmetic officials at oberlin. Immediately new fanny would be perfect for the role. Fanny was an excellent teacher within a year. She was promoted to principal of the women's part of the school. Four years after that van became principal of the entire institute her position as such was extremely radical for the
"coppin" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
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Hang up her supply of of gay porn and then drive back and it was like this very like very short japanese woman who had just fill up her entire. We do more it. Just be driving back from coppin it leg. They wanna to check your. that's all. Just how a role dude movie in the nineties right was that it was unreal. Illegal to ship gave morning lines. What is that. who's that protect. Psa no that wasn't around you know. Well there's a netflix documentary. About circus of books is called and had a and it was run by to a straight couple and they go into in the documentary about how they like made money this way but they had to find people that were drive transport. Gay porn across state lines incredible holly. I'm pitching that woman. That was reading an article about netflix store. Like reading about porn going all on the internet. That'll never work. She has everything about poor. No i mean. I think i think they actually she. If i remember people were excited about that aspect even though it was good revenue it was also it was a hassle to keep up those straight porn sections the gay porn section. Because you'd walk past into into them and like people will go in with like ox cutters and cut pitchers off of them anglo mainly because he there. Yeah in the people were so horny box. Cut that not lineup. So they can have it in their pocket. they can go to the bathroom. Excuse themselves yeah yeah do. The internet wasn't as passed back. Then i know i forget i. I recently so long on just for a picture. Box cutters is find a way man like knows no bounds. Moly oh you remember those box cutter days. Sure do i users and magazines. I don't know what you're going boxing. We're talking we were talking about stuff. We did this. Shares in collage fuller. Does he have a foreign forty lake. Important magazine pot out minimum porn visit board against more than my career. More lethal in. I know you want you know. 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That's great but we have to get up early in the morning and flat at singapore and he's like oh man that sucks acids so great and my my rebate who also going with me Also was going on the show because he was the technical director at the time for the show and He was like well. Why don't we put some of the acid on our business cards We put them into acid on business cards and put them in our wallets and then we flew to singapore and by the way this was something we could have been put to death for if found out because singapore in singapore straits. This anybody was ready to eat the bills. We ate it so then the business card once. I got sing for and it was like all right. Let's talk here at this crazy hotel and during my trip i was like man i gotta i gotta right man i just gotta right more like writing would be great and i wrote a sketch like stayed up all night and wrote a sketch and feis sketch was Called holy road trip and it was all about. It was jesus moses and muhammad in on a road trip but it was like an eighties road trip movie and were like doing like zingers and one liners spirit. I thought it was very funny. I.
"coppin" Discussed on Life Success
"Borrowing money from a pool that you control your paying cash for a car is required that we that we carry comprehensive and collision on that vehicle. Not if i'm borrowing money from my own system that is correct now. I have kind of a rule of thumb on talking to clients about self insuring about dropping the competent collision on the car. If you can take that car and go put it in the trash can and go out and get yourself another car then by all means just have liability only on your car but if you are in a position to where you need some dollars if something bad were to happen to your vehicle then i would consider carrying compen- collision on your car. I drive to fairly new vehicles. I still carry coppin collision. But what i do is i raised my deductibles up higher than the normal so the normal would be to fifty or five hundred on competent collision and people understand this. If you're having a hard time understanding what common collision is call us. We'll walk you through it. But i i raise my deductibles to a thousand because i am a at a place where my system is to where i could pay my first thousand dollars to replace those vehicles. So let's get back to self insuring now. Yes so let's just say all of a sudden you go okay. I'm willing to do this state. Let's say the cost of the competent collision on your car is seven hundred fifty dollars a year and you go. I'm going to self insure so if you're going to pay the insurance company seven hundred fifty dollars a year and you said i am going to self insure. You're not going to have to pay the insurance company. Seven hundred and fifty dollars. Who should you pay be paying that. Seven hundred fifty dollars a year or two. You hate. that's right. You should be putting those dollars towards your ib system and if you were going to really do this right. I mean play the game. Play the game. He would add two hundred and fifty dollars a year and pay your system a thousand dollars a year. Why because it just made a bigger pool of money. And if you're with an insurance company you have a deductible if you're right if you're.
"coppin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Get a price within two minutes Call 855 51 Bible. That's 855 51 Bible. 855 51 Bible College Hoops, Maryland back in action on Sunday hosting Minnesota. Big 10 officials deciding to move next month's men's basketball tournament from Chicago to Indianapolis. Games will be played March 10th through the 14th and Lucas Oil Stadium, which also will be the site of this year's final four and for a league high fourth time this season. Coppin State's and then the target has been named the Maniacs, Men's basketball Rookie of the week. 64 freshmen guard out of Gaithersburg Open the week with 19 points and six boards against Morgan State and followed up with another 19 points and four rebounds and three steals in Sunday's game. Nah Fix state Now your exclusive Wcbm Weather Channel forecast. Today's your day to get ready for this extended stretch of cold and snow that we will be dealing with often on through the weekend. Lots of clouds today. And if you like rain and snow showers late in the afternoon temperatures 38 starting tonight through tomorrow morning. A winter weather advisory 1 to 3 inches of snow possible tonight and some light snow showers tomorrow morning before the afternoon is dry my meteorologist Terry Smith from the weather Channel for talk radio 6 80 wcbm at the Babers Museum in Baltimore. 38 degrees 37 right now in Woodlawn. Reporting at 11 06 on Michael Filippelli 6 80 WCBM news Vaccines Here to rescue players impeachment..
"coppin" Discussed on WTOP
"At 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than a Honda 10 45 years. J. Brooks starting the NHL, where the cabs had won two straight, had a three on one record without Alex Ovechkin. He was back on the ice on Saturday night against Boston. And in the extra session, the captain letting everyone know that he was indeed back Ovechkin charging and shooting and Scott in overtime winner We're out like, so that's good. Well, come back to the lineup, Gold number seven away, now tied for seventh all time. He wins it in D. C Final score 4 to 3 Zach Fish on the capital's radio network that 708 Gold ties My gardener on that all timeless up next today at noon practice event Star Capitals Ice plex than the Bruins again a Cap one Arena on Monday at seven in the NFL. Matthew Stafford is now in L. A Ram after being traded from Detroit for quarterback Jared Goff in a bunch of draft picks the staffer deal not official until the start of the New league year, which is on March 17th. College basketball. Men's side number. 20 Virginia Tech Upset number eight Virginia 65 51 navy over the will of Maryland 70 to 52 Georgetown Down Providence, 71. 70 VCU, beating the South 73 62. Morgan State of her Coppin State's 79 76 Losers. TOWSON Losing the William and Mary Tigers fourth straight loss. George Mason lost to save Bonaventure a number 11, West Virginia with a defeat to unranked Florida. 85 80 the final Jay Brooks. W T o P Sports Still ahead more snow in the forecast, along with a wintry mix in some rain for some in what will be a multi day event. All the details next. It's 10 46. We've been waiting waiting for covert 19 vaccines to be developed now.
"coppin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WCBM News time. It's 303 I'm Michael Philip Ellie and the 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center With the headlines in the News this hour a man faces attempted murder charges after Baltimore City Police say he tried to kill two women over the weekend. 36 year old Eric Terry shot both victims Sunday morning at a Bonner road home. Both victims taken to the hospital, their current condition. Still unknown. First responders in Baltimore will begin receiving their first dose of the covert 19 vaccination. The Baltimore City Health Department says it's received 2700 doses that have been specifically set aside for paramedics and for firefighters. In sports college hoops in Game one of the home doubleheader. Coppin State defeated Delaware State last night 86 to 78 game to be played tonight at eight o'clock as Coppin State in Delaware State face off Once again, it's all part of their MEAC doubleheader 44 degrees in downtown Baltimore. Reporting a 304 I'm Michael Filippelli. 6 80 Wcbm News. Amy on the phone Right now is Ronnie McMullen, proprietor of Get the t dot com Ronnie Light changed. He has been a huge Why are people loving it so much? Well, it starts with you. The world of the unknown right now, and people's gut can and gets messed up. So it's really a great digestive aid, and it makes things kind of get moving again and gives you a little bit of energy. So people are loving it. It is you the tea and get the t dot com You have a whole bunch of immunity, boosting supplements and right at the beginning of cold and flu season. That's wildly important. Absolutely. We have things like heart love, which is great for cardiovascular but really good for immunity because it has Alison And then we have the actual Alison Advance. One pill is equal to 40 cloves of garlic, except you don't smell like garlic. So it's really a powerhouse when it comes to keeping the cold and flu at bay And right now, if you go to get the T done, come and you enter promo code hunter at checkout. You not only get pre vast shipping, you get 10% off all non sale items get the t dot com Promo code Hunter Wcbm Traffic check is sponsored by unbound dot org's No reports of any slow down on the move or out. Allude to the bell. You should find traffic traveling at posted speed limit. There is an accident left lane is blocked on 95 North bound. This is at Patuxent Parkway Exit 41 in Laurel on them all The more Washington Parkway North bound, you'll find stop ago Traffic between.
"coppin" Discussed on WTOP
"Saving the Washington football team is in San Francisco at 4 25. But head coach Ron Rivera says the Niners are already ready for them ordinary defending NFC champs, Believe me, they have not scrubbed anything. They have not given anything up. You know they're in the same boat as us. They've got to play well, they know they gotta play well. They've got to focus on this one game. I promise you, Kyle Shanahan. He's been preaching that to his guys get a lot of pride up there in San Francisco, there Championship caliber organization. We've got to be ready for their best again. A 4 to 1. The five kick it, the Niners says the Washington football team has won three in a row. Elsewhere. Second quarter scores the Dolphins of seven Nothing over the chief's two interceptions so far by Casey. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes attend nothing lead for the Cowboys over the Bangles. It's the Cardinals three. The Giants Nothing. The Bears a seven. Nothing lead over the Texans. It's the Broncos six. The Panthers. Nothing in the Vikings of six. Nothing lead over the Bucks late first quarter. It's the Titans with the seven Nothing lead over the Jaguars. College football. Lovey Smith out of Illinois after five seasons. Smith when 17 and 39 immediately one bowl game, Lawson, last year's Red box pull and sensitive play basketball right now for no number 19. Richmond trailing 52 28 late in the first half at number 11, West Virginia Coming up a three you NBC and Coppin State women's suits coming up a top of the hour, Do you W Takes on Howard NBA preseason today. Tonight I should say it's six as the sixties were in Brooklyn or the I should say the Wizards are in Brooklyn Jay Brooks. W T o P. Sports. Hey, thank you, Jay coming up after traffic and weather toys for tons could use your help. It's 1 47 This'll.
"coppin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"30. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews. The Nevada Supreme Court has thrown out a suit seeking to overturn the presidential election results that grant a win, Did you Biden to Nevada? GOP says they're extremely disappointed in this dismissal, writing in a statement, full denial of legitimate due process, and appellate rights is truly unprecedented, shocking and extraordinary. This as the state of Texas attempts, writing to the president Rescue suing battleground states, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin, asking the U. S Supreme Court to declare their state certification in violation of the electors clause in the 14th amendment. Thus, their electoral college votes cannot be counted. Fox News Griff Jenkins, the House has passed a $731 billion defense policy bill by a veto proof margin. Notable because President Trump has vowed to kill the bill unless Congress kills the measure protecting social media companies against liability for content posted on their sites. The president also wants a provision in the bill that allows military bases named after Confederate leaders to be renamed removed from that legislation. The bill now moves on to the Senate, and Arrundell County executive Stuart Pittman says more covert restrictions on indoor activities are likely coming later this week, saying it's all about the data. Our case traders at 42 now. Remember. It was just not that long ago when we hit 10, and that was what kept us from reopening schools on the schedule that we had planned. Pittman says. Any restrictions that are imposed will be for a limited period on Lee, so it's impacts can be assessed. Checking your money. The Dow futures up 77 points this morning, The NASDAQ futures down five in sports sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control. Tuesday night Football. The Ravens double up the Cowboys. 34 17 College hoops. Georgetown over Coppin State. Virginia Tech Falls depends state and.
"coppin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Lawsuits over the presidential election are reportedly being withdrawn. Lawsuit's dropped in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia and Wisconsin have all been dropped. Lawyers for the president and the Republican National Committee have yet to move any post election lawsuits forward. President elect Biden still leads President Trump with 306 electoral votes. The Boulder County Farmers market is trying to adapt to a changing shopping landscape by offering delivery the farmer's markets When covert 19 hits, We realized that we weren't gonna be able to open when we normally would. We didn't know exactly when we're gonna be able to open and what the markets would look like. Executive director Brian Coppin says residents for the metro area can order fresh local produce on the Boulder County Farmers Website. Mall owners Simon Property Group and Taubman Centers are reworking the terms of their merger, cutting the price of the deal by $800 million. Diaby damned set oven, rolling out his signature cream cheese frosting by the pint. For consumers across the United States. The ice is going to be sold separately for 5. 99 edits US locations. Dow industrials Up 366 points right now S and P 500 gaining 30, the NASDAQ Up 56 Our next news updates at two o'clock I'm Susan with gin on KO, a news radio A 50 A M and 94 1 FM. Here's a check on traffic with recorded On the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center. Still some delays on stuff down to 25 at I 25 crashing that usual spot still blocking the lane backups toward the spillway but rest of the highway drive in pretty good shape off the highway on the East Side crash being cleared on the Colfax at airport and the usual roadwork delays as well, including at work on the North bound federal.
"coppin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"17 about 2 15 in the morning when they were hit with gunfire. I'm a passing car. They were able to get off the highway at highway 85, then get help. Both people were taken to the hospital for the victims include an adult man and a young girl, the juvenile who was driving the car. Two other people in the car were not injured. As part of the investigation. Police shut down the westbound lanes of I 70 in Quebec for several hours this morning they were going along The highway looking for evidence at that time to 70 is now reopened. Police have not said anything about a possible motive. But they have confirmed that the shots did come from another vehicle on Fox 30 once you mewling for KO NewsRadio, Violence typically picks up in the summer Denver seeing a surge in gang violence, and we've got more from the Denver Post reporting 16 deaths that have been attributed to members battling for turf. Crime is also up in Aurora, with local officers being forced to walk a tightrope has calls to defund police budgets grow louder. The city of Aurora is going to pay up to nearly $340,000 to a consulting firm to reform its police department and strengthen community ties. It will also spend at least another 90 Grand a Coppin State three independent consultants who are investigating the death of Elijah McClane words. Time's of the essence air written into the three contracts given to Jonathan Smith, Dr Melissa Costello and the company that employs Roberto Via senor. Each of them are consultants hired by the city of Aurora to investigate what happened to Elijah McClane. And the contract suggest the work should be completed by December 31st Unless the city extends the agreement. I hope that this process will be helpful to the community and the Fox 31 problem solvers learned. Smith, who was leading the group would initially make no more than $40,000, charging an hourly rate of $300 per hour. The medical consultant who charges $500 per hour, and the police consultant who charges $350 per hour will make no more than $25,000 each for their involvement each are tasked with using their own expertise to investigate. The actions of the Aurora police officers in response to the call and on scene and during the subsequent criminal investigation and Internal force review of the incident. As well as the actions of Aurora Fire rescue on scene and the administration of Academy that is Fox. Everyone's Laurie. Jane Gliha, Reporting a man protesting Civic Center Park in July, is accusing Denver police of sexually assaulting him. It was the most traumatizing experience I've ever gone through. In all 23 years of my life, Michael Jacobs attorney says they'll file a civil lawsuit against the Denver Police Department. They've charged Jacobs with resisting arrest and trying to disarm a police officer. His attorney, Matthew Grief was a cover charge. They have to charge him with something to justify why they went to him in the first place. The D. A's office has not yet commented, approved variances and a Chasse. A board vote have state school district's ready to kick off a few false sports, including football chants, a board member Ryan West, said earlier on Colorado's morning news. They're adjusting as they go. We have school that haven't been been able to even open their doors yet. I have school that haven't been able to give them in school for more than a week without having the quarantines them, So it's not just about the sport. Yeah, This has been tough. This some logistical things that nobody's ever had to deal with. Before the district will decide whether approve sports will compete this fall. Some districts may decide to push those sports seasons to the spring. New covert 19 modeling data shows that hospitalizations our plateau ing in Colorado, and the infection rate is trending slightly upward. The report from the state Health Department in Colorado School of Public Health finds that covert 19 related hospitalizations have been Dean create, decreasing since mid July. A decline has slowed and hospitalizations appear to be leveling off. The model estimated the rate of new Corona virus infections, as well as reported cases has been declining since mid July. And finally, Lady.
"coppin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Now back to Silicon Valley insider. Once again, your host Keith Qiu. Welcome back to Silicon Valley Insider Keith Coup might yesterday is Kevin Coppin CEO experience and we've been talking about data protection, data, privacy, data security and one of the differences and why use a business owner? Or corporate citizen need to stand top of this to keep your activities safe. So don't go away like cyber tip. I want to talk about vision. Now I've talked about fishing, which we all know is where you get something email and says, Hey, Click here or download this. And once you do those actions, your computer gets a virus gets taken over. You might get some ransomware well. Fishing is a combination of fishing and a voice attack, which is more like social engineering. There's a huge rise with companies now that we're all locked down and sheltering in place, where many, many various organizations are calling up. Representatives of your company's in trying to get certain key information that would then allow them to combine that with some information they found from somewhere else to get into your systems to be able to do purchase orders. Etcetera. So here's one real example. The Ritz Carlton in the UK suspects that they were the victim of a vicious attack through their food and beverage delivery service. And in this case, the Attacker's basically pretended to be the caterer. Or there is Carlton calling upon individual and that individual gave them some key information. A credit card number. Some type of person identifiable information, something that associates either than personally or as a company representative in order for them to then. Execute on this attack and lose money, or even worse, potentially getting control of their systems and locking them out. Therefore, then subjecting you something like either. Bleeding all your data or putting you under ransom, where the encrypted data that they can't get out. So as reminder there are some common things you could do to keep yourself safe. One. I don't ever pick up the phone for a number. I don't know. I just let it roll to voicemail. And then I can kind of decide whether or not that is a phone number. I need to call back. To never, ever follow a prompt no matter what about push here, Hit a button here. Even your own bank should ever ask you for that Your bank should always say. Here's the number or find a number to call us directly and have them validate you and then also always tried to validate the colors identification if They give you a number to call back on just Google it and see if that number exists somewhere in a known scammer website database. So these are the things I want you to do to stay safe. And that's a cyber tip of the week..
"coppin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Insider Keep Cube. My guest today is Kevin Coppin CEO Experience would be talking about the differences between data protection, data, privacy and security and whether or not free ice cream is worth your personal data. So if you're a business owner or your executive, we're going to talk about the implications of regulations such as Gpr and California's privacy Act, so don't go away. There's a lot going on in this week's Tech news first, I won't talk about uber lift by now You've heard that uber lived have threatened to stop all operations in California. This is a direct result of a judge. Upholding a ruling that they must convert all their drivers from independent contractors to employees uber and lift her making the statement This doesn't fit their business model and the expenses associated with making them into employees, and they want to wait until the election in November was the possibility that A new bill passing will let them retain the independent contractor status. I'm sure they'll be much more news, including the fact that Uber just announced that they're also looking at whether or not they might franchise their business. In order to keep serving their customers in California on their own terms. Pass off the apple, which is now the U. S s first trillion dollar company in valuation was interesting is it took them 42 years until 2018 to get to the first trillion dollars and then in the last two years, they've added another trillion dollars evaluation. I also want to take a moment because Sisko just announced That they're planning a significant restructuring. There could be layoffs involved. It could be early retirement involved. I want to remind specifically Cisco affected employees out there that there is a Cisco Facebook alone my group. I just coincidentally happen to manage that. Come find us on Facebook. There's a lot of discussion going on in Regards to options Post Cisco And the last thing I want to mention is I'm going to be speaking at the Cyber security convening for the state of California on September 2nd. If you want an invitation to these events, just email said in Fort S. V in the biz, and we'll be covering a lot on the cyber security mystery. We'll talk about apprenticeships and alternative. Jobs. And so that's something you definitely don't want to miss some once again. Just email us at info at S Vienna biz. I'll make sure to get you to invite and that's take news of the week..
"coppin" Discussed on 600 WREC
"So a lot to watch it a lot too. Ah, lot of changes are possible. Wow, keeping an eye on that. Thank you. Mad Daniel Fox six with the update on what's happening in our Gulf of Mexico. And once again, I don't think we're going to see anything really getting close to. You know, the mobile area looks like that's the track for it until you know in next week sometime Monday Tuesday, maybe in the Wednesday but Yeah, it's coming. That's for sure. The intensity obviously we'll have to keep an eye on. It's still a good distance away, but it won't be long. It's coming. No doubt about that folks down along the coast of you've got property down there, heading down to the beaches or whatever. Just be aware that coming next week 7 36 Alabama's morning news. This is kind of interesting there. We're talking about the masks and how people are really starting to. I see more mass Now when I go out. How about you guys? Um Everywhere I go. Everybody's wearing a mask, which I think is a good thing. The less we're out there, you know, spreading germs through talk and laugh and Coppin. Whatever the better off we are, so I think it's making an impact and the masks need to continue. Obviously. The difference between all of this. You know, people talk about how long we have to put up with all of this. I mean, we see the numbers come down. We see Memorial Day Everybody got together and got on the lakes and gathered in groups that number start to go back up. More mask ordinance coming to play. The numbers go down again. Right now We're seeing the numbers go down again. We're in a good direction with this. But here we go. Football season is here Friday night Lights tonight College games going to crank it up in a lot of places. Schools are back in session, whether it's elementary, high school or college, So the groups are we going to see an uptick with Labor Day right around the corner. So, Yeah, I think we're on a roller coaster. Two things. I think we'll change that. And this has always been the discussion I've had with folks that I know in the medical field. In that it will be a game changer. Once we get medicines, two sets of medicine's one. You know something that kind of beat it down, you know, like Tamiflu when it comes to getting a flu taking Tamiflu that helps. Secondly, obviously a vaccine. So with influenza. The good news is that we've got Tamiflu and other medicines to kind of treat the symptoms and help us, you know, beat it down, So it's not so severe if we get it and influence of, you know flu vaccines every year. We don't have that with Corona virus yet until we do, I think it is going to be a continuing roller coaster. But when we get those couple of different sets of medicines I think we're going to see a big change and things getting back to normal in our lifestyles, All right on the next on the way Next, rather Simon on our Fox correspondent from London on a Corona virus in Europe, what's happening there? Also, Russian Putin opposition candidate is in a coma in I C u after went poisoning going on. The update in three minutes. Alabama's morning news. It's.
"coppin" Discussed on 600 WREC
"30 more area school systems announced reopening plans in the news at six news radio, 1055 Darcy, Our guest, Dr. Many were just about tell about a woman who came in and I had interrupt. You could finish that story, please. Yeah, Like I said, this one in the early thirties pregnant. You have 7.5 months pregnant. He had called it. He went to the majestic room on the fun. I had pneumonia, and they admitted her for three days of antibiotics. They never gave up, hoping I see that Bender sent about just went home to have that was like, 91 92. To give something to get you home. So Kalinda must've stayed home was getting increasingly shut up breath. They're not about to get worse. You come back in a little breath. The family was looking ahead If you're eating Look, I had security Justine, Knowing in fact, everybody was just get just knowing that he was probably going back. And this is somebody around anybody. You know. She was so scared before family was So the mother No also had called. So we came to the clinic and then the one of remember one off something else. Out the back home is really, really sick. You go see her limits. When I got on the element video this woman was so shut off, she could barely talk. It's actually better water. How what's without Coppin gasping for breath. I told you after you know what will bring her, so they brought her when they brought her. I get a sterile basin treatments. With Admiral still give the middle zone on idea of living together. Then we put out hydroxy cloaking without on another about it. I told them to take a back road. We are on a breathing machine for her. He went home. It's getting there by three days, it was able to wake up. I walk around her house. You know, we sell monkeying bouncing into my clinic pretty well. This family. We just knew that the month doctor, you don't just understanding the fear the fear that we looked at how go down with each of you don't understand the fear. That is part of the big thing is this is the fear. Something. People go to the much of Hume. People go to the hospital. People. Goto clinics attentive. They do tests for them to go to the drive by testing center. They test for them. They're suburb coffee. Maybe a little bit too long. Too much. Not too much on innocent them home and tell them go home. Unquote. If you feel worse if you can go to the gym I'll be on the first of the season down there. They're hearing all of this. I'm definitely live in. They want to get out of that didn't usually breathless. You have to feel like that sense of doom coming over them thinking about the fact that the news going around that if you end up in the hospital to get intubated on multiple don't come off the ventilator. You'd be much in the way that people are going Can you just imagine it? How could people be this cool? You know, it's so cool that when people say that you should get some of it is so cool that humanity to human beings. I want to ask you a personal question. You can come to the hospital from Doctor Most people in the clinic. We'll just give them I just looking at this people go home and get well, especially if quarterly. I'm pretty, but when you cut this thing within 23 days they get really like 24 48 hours. But when there be home a lot for a week pretended they get the fuel get will not take them a little bit more. People three hours to come see me because they went to the much assume now that the cat's out of the back there after the month for high just looking on the doctors know it doesn't work. Summers. I'd give it to me. I want it. No, I'm not going. I'm not going to give it to you. They drive hours to come to actually figure right off the hook. Doctor? Yes. Get me Yes, among think vitamins, But I'm still getting worse. Can I get you to stop hydroxy Coke instrument? That's it. Do you understand? Don't buy. The one has shot me down to God. I'm going to speak the truth. For the people. Let me ask you a personal question. You have you have a daughter who's a physician. Tell me about what does she call you? Mom? What does she call you? I have a daughter with America in medical school. So what does she call you? What's her So with a couple, Mom? Well, I don't know if you have special in Ah, different places. You have different cool names. My kids call my my wife, Mama. So if if your your daughter like your crummy mom, Mom After you know, like you didn't grow up in my Children grew up in Louisiana Coming Madre Madre. So after the press conference when when you talked to her on the phone? What's the first thing she said Mom, Madre was, she said Sort of like mom. Yeah, my daughter. I had met school. My other daughter just got home from college and she wants to build a clinical psychologist. And I'm thankful for them because Yeah, yeah, some shoulder. You know what? My family were all in a medical field, you know? My mother used to always worry that you know, my mother knew that I was always wanting another mind What I used to worry that I'm gonna become an activist. No right now our country families on their loyal political and War going on right there right now and arrest. So my mom was just paying for that all had sued and most of accidentally out of the country have a brother in Germany. That's a physician. My sister in dollars practitioner of two brothers in California that ah, that irony on one of them with my swords to a pharmacy, You know something? My tomato, another practitioner. So we're basically I'm out of Children out of those Children five votes in the medical field. Wow. You know, on my cousins in Washington, D C that theologies because I mean, it's like we're just a medical family. A lot of people in my family on medical doctors and you know, I have a cousin get us a pharmacy might doctor and this is where we did a lot of us in the medical field. So my mom, It's like, Oh, my God. So my sister is a nun in Nigeria Legal and I mean, she she runs the contact support center. She does like So he was very worried. Oh, my whole family's in the front line. There was no word for no. And then my daughter is in medical school and then, like all of us on the front line But.
"coppin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Welcome to culture crash her. We examined what's new and old and entertain the band Judah in the lion hit the mainstream, in two thousand sixteen with the single take it all back from their album. Full cop Coppin, roll the track hit number one on Billboard's alternative songs chart on its way to a gold certification by the RIA. Now, the band is back with a new album called pep talks. That is truly worth listen, the album continues, the band's exploration of electronic sounds meshed with a more traditional instrumentation that includes a banjo and mandolin and sonically. The band has come to embody a sort of hybrid of Mumford and sons in twenty one pilots. If you're looking for a representation of that, hybrid, look, no further than the album's guest artists, one song called pictures features. The Grammy's best album, winner, and country music star Casey, musk. Graves while another called passion fashion features John belly on a rapper and singer and electric artist lyrically pep talk steals, with heavy topics like overbearing anxiety, and the end of a relationship before ending with some lighthearted fare, like trying to impress a girl in gym class. Even on those heavier lira entries. The album sound never bores and always offer something we're dancing to if dancing away your anxiety is your kind of thing, some of the album's standout tracks include over my head, which contemplates the stress of trying to enter adulthood, and live a purposeful life, and don't mess with my momma in electro, inspired single angrily defending mother's honor for fans of alternative rock Judah in the lions album pep talks offers new additions to the library of heavy rotation songs for everyone else. The album still provides a fresh enough approach to some universal topics that make the. Album worth.
"coppin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Thanks. Nights half of the hour as we do periodically. We'd like to keep our veterans in our audience updated and up to the minute on job opportunities with job fairs. Bottom of veterans job fair happening this week at compensate and joining us now from the recruit military of is a vent director, Jen Jen again in the US navy veteran. Thank you for your service to the country. And welcome. Thank you, Sean. Thanks for having me on the show. I appreciate it is our pleasure. So once again, we we like to connect veterans with the employers because of the the the specific job skills and skill sets that veterans have ver very highly trained, make great employees. We have several veterans employed here at WCBS to tell us about this jobs fair this Thursday. Absolutely. So this Thursday DAV and recruit military will be hosting a veteran's job there. Again. It's going to be this Thursday, February twenty first over at Coppin state university. It's gonna be various a physical education complex. We're going to be there from eleven AM to three PM. This event is going to be open to veterans, of course. And then of course, transitioning military personnel national guard members reserve members as well as military spouses, so we're gonna have about fifty employers looking to fill openings in the Baltimore area, of course, as well as across the mid-atlantic region. And then we all they're also going to be offering openings across the country. So we have some veterans or some transitioning personnel. That wanna come see some opportunities that well expose them to areas other than the the mid Atlantic region. We're going to have some employers there as well as a new partner in this whole process that Google is. Is helping out, you know, connecting veterans with job opportunities. Absolutely. So it's actually really really cool what they're doing. So we've partnered with Google and our job board is now powered by their Google cloud talent solutions. So it is a Google machine learning algorithms so as well as a built-in military, occupational specialty. You can go into our website, WWW dot recruit, military dot com. Go to the job seeker page, and you can type in your MOS. Right. And from there, it will show you opportunities based on your location preferences that match that MOS. So not only does it match you with say an intelligence specialist wants to go in and put Intel specialist it'll show opportunities not just that have Intel specialist as the title of the job. But opportunities that allow. How for an Intel specialists to utilize those skills from the military, and then the machine learning algorithms they actually optimize those search results that's really cool for civilians in the audience, MOS military, occupational specialty. But. I've noticed this with veterans at I've hired and veterans the that I supervise. To me. Anyway, they the extremely focused their highly skilled they stay on task. And they complete all of the projects on time. And I just gotta tell you. I mean, it's amazing. I I know to every man and woman that I've ever hired veteran. It's they're all the same as far as I mean, different personalities, obviously. But so to tell talk a little bit about the skill set. And why veterans do make such great employees? Absolutely. So you really kind of hit everything that a veteran brings to the table, right? We have the opportunity to be given limited resources and really make something of it. Okay. We are able to be on task focused driven. We're putting situations where time is of the essence we have an awareness of just the full operation in the scope of the project. So if you're looking for somebody who can come in and either, you know? Run a piece of machinery or come in and perform troubleshooting on a piece of machinery or lead a team of production personnel. A military veteran really brings this skill sets necessary to achieve these objectives. Right. So again, that's this again Thursday the first to compensate of the physical education complex eleven to three and what should veterans bring with them. So I they definitely want to bring a copy of their resume in just be prepared to network. This is a big thing for military veterans. This is going to allow them the opportunity to really work with key decision makers within organizations so bring that elevator speech be prepared to to speak to your skill set. What you're looking for in your career search? This is not open just for individuals that are looking for a job now, but are looking to better their jobs or wanting to find that next staff so come in prepared dress for success. S bring that resume and be prepared to to shake some hands. And do a lot of networking event. Director Jen haddock from recruit military, thanks for joining us and good luck at the event this Thursday. Thanks, john. I appreciate it. Have a great rest. Your day is our pleasure say twenty nine time for WCBS traffic.
"coppin" Discussed on KTRH
"Patch radio show. I'm your host Kim Balado in today. We have a great guest on the line. Paul Coppin carpenter who is the president of where oil and gas Paul welcome to in the wolf patch. Now, it's great to be back. You know, we were not able to catch up with you at OTC, but you had some exciting announcements on products. And so I'm looking forward to getting into that with you here in the show. But I I want to introduce you to of course, our listeners you are the president of we're oil and gas, which is based out of Fort Worth. And you've held up position since January two thousand fifteen but I want to go back a little bit. And tell me you're not a newbie when it comes down to. You're also where have you been in the past, and what kind of lead you to being the president of where oil and gas? Oh, absolutely. Yeah. I'm a I'm a fairly season veteran in the oil and gas industry been in for about thirty four years. Now degree in petroleum engineering can Texas Tech and went to work in your field. At Baker Hughes back before it was even Baker Hughes. So a lot of my career was spin out in the field. And and in technical services in later management would Baker will tools and later became part of the bigger Baker Hughes. Did that for many years, and and then the other part of my career was in the valve industry with Cirque or international before coming to wear in two thousand eleven which which which I started out as the president of pressure pumping. And then as you said took over as the division president in late two thousand fourteen or two thousand fifteen so, yeah, I've been in the oil and gas upstream oil and gas industry for about thirty four years now, and you know, really enjoying it. Obviously, the the cyclical nature of it keeps you on your toes, but we're certainly enjoying a nice bit of recovery. Now, North America for sure. Excellent. Well, and that brings me to the culture, and I believe that leadership is probably the most vital thing that really determines how well a company is run and culture is extremely important especially in this day and age when there are so many different companies that are. Vying for employees, what is the culture like it where you know. I think it's something we're most proud of you know, we really spend a lot of time together a working. And so we treat each other with respect we have a set of values that we follow. I would say we're that that the values or the what some of the most important part of our culture. I think people that are successful it. We're very strong values. I think people that maybe don't fit it. We're have been have less. We're more because of the values than because of any financial performance issue. I mean, we're a very financially discipline company, and we we set expectations, and we try to meet those expectations. But I would say that we we hold the values very high. And I think the the key when we look at bringing people into where whether it's an intern or graduate or whether it's someone we're just hiring, you know to try to. Move someone in, you know, this already in their career we spend a lot of time on his values match. As well as a performance match. And so I think that's part of the reason I think people enjoy coming to work we're in and like to stay we're because of those values I think part of those values you mentioned leadership, it's around style. We we tend to we allow people we challenge people, but we allow people to run their businesses. We allow people some. May make mistakes move on. And I think people just appreciate that. Well, I think that it is important if you feel valued where you work you wanna work harder. So I completely agree with you. And if that sounds like that is the culture as well. You know, the past couple of months, well, actually, all of these past couple of months and prior year and the year before that has really been a big downward turn I want to know how did we do in the downturn? You know, we're we're a great company with regard to the ups and downs. I mean, our our core industries or the mining industry, which is commodity based. And of course, you will and gas industries, which is commodity based. So we we tend to operate very conservatively for balance sheet point of view. And so we tend to look at things even though we enjoy the upturns we tend to always planning for the downturn. And making sure we got a strong balance sheet. We don't overextend ourselves. And that was the thing that happened is it just began to turn down at the end of fourteen. You know, we'd had some very very good years. But we we we had prepared ourselves that it was gonna come. When when it did come we acted very quickly. Unfortunately, you know, we had to cut a lot of costs like everybody did. But because of the health of the overall company we were able to to whether that downturn. I think also, you know, in some cases because we're a little more diverse than some of our competitors. We've got a mining. Business and also in oil and gas business that mining business. You know, was a little more stable, and so from a corporation point of view that helps a little bit as well as opposed to just being a hundred percent oil and gas so that helped us somewhat. But I think again, we we are in a cyclical business businesses. And you know, we tend to do well during the time, but we don't overdo ourselves or over extend ourselves during the good times to make sure that we're prepared for those cycles that may come along. Excellent. Now, we are going to take a quick break. But when we return Paul I want to get your opinion on there's a lot of discussion right now in oil and gas on the tariffs sat are being put on by President Trump, and I wanna get your opinion when we return on how you see the industry being affected and is this going to affect personally where oiling ashes well. But we do have to take a quick break. You're listening to an old Patrick your show. And we'll be right back..