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Mikey Garcia vs Danny Garcia Aug 31 PBC On FOX PPVHate it or Love it
...good fight. Danny ma a statement with that Granados win. And that was a guy moving up could he do the same...
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Aired 3 weeks ago 27:55
Living a Happy, Full Life
Fatima Mohammed-Ighile learned to advocate for herself and has begun to advocate for others with Sickle Cell Disease. People who have regular lives and struggles and hopes and dreams also have sickle cell disease and are just trying to live a happy life, a happy full life. That's all. Welcome to this eighth in a series about Young Adults with Complex Medical Conditions Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Medical Care. Blog subscribers: Scroll down through show notes to read the post. If you'd like to listen to the podcast, click here or the title Subscribe to Health Hats, the Podcast, on your favorite podcast player Please support my blog and podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, hard-of-hearing or deaf? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on transc Introduction 01:09. 1 My body’s not working: Sickle Cell 03:02. 2 Is it that kind of pain? 05:32. 2 Advocating for myself 08:03. 3 Going away to college. Oh my! 12:25. 4 Doors open 15:37. 5 Coming out with Sickle Cell. Building community 16:58. 5 Trying to live a happy, full life 21:12. 7 Front row seat 27:00. 8 Previously in series (newest on top) #018 Raising Me to be a Good Person #017 What is Today, Isn’t Necessarily Tomorrow - Amy Gleason #016 Finding a Style that Works - Morgan Gleason #014 Looking Out for Each Other - Alexis and Sara Snyder #013 Not One Transition. Many - Alexis Snyder #012 16, Sophomore, All-in - Sara Snyder #011 Three young adults. 22 years - Jill Woodworth Young adults crossing the threshold from pediatric to adult healthcare Links Sickle Cell Coalition Notes Credits Music by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, New Orleans Drummer, Composer Photo by Ifrah Akhter on Unsplash About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, empowering people as they travel together toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in healthcare’s Tower of Babel. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to the blog https://www.health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Fatima Mohammed-Ighile 20190219 I just want to create awareness about what sickle cell disease is. That it's human beings who have it. People who have regular lives and struggles and hopes and dreams also have sickle cell disease and are just trying to live a happy life, a happy full life. That's all. Introduction Health Hats: Fatima and I first met as colleagues on the same team working for Advocates, Inc., in Framingham, MA. We worked together in Quality Management for this organization that supports 23,000 people with disabilities. Quickly I learned that Fatima had Sickle Cell. We bonded over working with chronic illness and clothing. Fatima wore gorgeous colorful hajibs and I wore colorful bowties. People would ask us if we texted before work to color coordinate. I've learned so much from Fatima. She was curious, questioning, and driven. I actually became more comfortable owning that I was an old white man of pri...
Health Hats, the Podcast
Aired 5 months ago 61:15
The Digital Photo Collage
On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome two artists whose work blurs the lines between street photography, documentary, installation and digital art, while cultivating a contemporary interpretation of the art and craft of collage. Both artists utilize photography-based processes and take urban architecture and street scenes as their subject, but from there, the work goes in very different directions. Jennifer Williams creates large, often site-specific collages that inspect but distort the architectural scenes she documents. As she has stated, “The rectilinear shape that is the traditional photograph never fulfilled my desire to show everything in a space,” and that will be immediately clear upon seeing her work. Layering images of buildings upon one another, she creates angular and abstract collages while still providing a path for the viewer to connect the image she creates with the neighborhood or street that she photographed. Williams speaks about her process, including the original imaging, her adjustments in post-process, and her large-scale installations, often made on Photo Tex media. We also touch on previous explorations of the city as diverse as Edward Ruscha, Danny Lyon and and Jane Jacobs. Tommy Mintz wrote a software program that creates “automated digital collages” and he has experimented over the years with how he (and the program) composes the street scenes he photographs. The tools he uses for image capture and computation have evolved and become more powerful, but unlike the painstaking control Williams exercises over her collages, the key element in Mintz’s process is the random arrangement and layering of images that the software creates. This is not to say that his images are out of his control—after all, he wrote the program. He selects the scenes to photograph and he does adjust the final product in Photoshop, but the software-generated placement of images creates layers, unexpected shadows, multiple exposures and even seeming glitches that add up to an intriguing and whimsical take on street photography. Join us as we learn about the conceptualizations and processes of these two visual artists and hear how they integrate the Nodal Ninja, Epson 24" printers, and the Sigma dp2 Quattro Digital Camera into their workflow. Guests: Jennifer Williams and Tommy Mintz Image © Tommy Mintz
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