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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

"Pipeline told the Wall Street Journal. He authorized the payment of $4.4 million in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems. Sources have told The Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom Colonial received the software decryption key required to unscramble their data network. Joseph Blount told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country. He agreed to the payment because they come But he didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the systems back online. The shutdown on May 7th but to panic buying and shortages at gas stations from Washington, D. C to Florida. Jennifer KING Washington The price of Bitcoin fellas much as 29% today after the China Banking Association warned member banks of risks associated with digital currencies. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Popular comedian who worked closely with Richard Pryor has died. Perhaps you're not as familiar with Paul Muni as many others are. But if you have ever cracked yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, or even homey the clown from in living color, you definitely know his work. Money has died. He was 79. His publicist says He died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland, California money and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late 19 sixties. They went on to write episodes of Sanford and Son and Prior insisted on having money aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in 1975. Other comedians like Chip Ellen Murphy made use of Moonies, biting wit and hard edge as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor. And truth. A Moscow Wells Gabourey. Oh, this'll is AP News. I'm Rita fall away. The number of Americans who.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

"Pipeline told the Wall Street Journal. He authorized the payment of $4.4 million in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems. Sources have told The Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom Colonial received the software decryption key required to unscramble their data network. Joseph Blount told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country. He agreed to the payment because they come But he didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the systems back online. The shutdown on May 7th but to panic buying and shortages at gas stations from Washington, D. C to Florida. Jennifer KING. Washington The price of Bitcoin fellas much as 29% today after the China Banking Association warned member banks of risks associated with digital currencies. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News Popular comedian who worked closely with Richard Pryor has died. Perhaps you're not as familiar with Paul Muni as many others are. But if you have ever cracked yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, or even homey the clown from in living color, you definitely know his work. Money has died. He was 79. His publicist says He died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland, California money and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late 19 sixties. They went on to write episodes of Sanford and Son and Prior insisted on having money aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in 1975. Other comedians like Chip Ellen Murphy made use of Moonies, biting wit and hard edge as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor. And truth I Moscow Wells, Gabourey. Oh, this'll.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

"Pipeline told the Wall Street Journal. He authorized the payment of $4.4 million in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems. Sources have told The Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom Colonial received the software decryption key required to unscramble their data network. Joseph Blount told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country. He agreed to the payment because they come But he didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the systems back online. The shutdown on May 7th but to panic buying and shortages at gas stations from Washington, D. C to Florida. Jennifer KING. Washington The price of Bitcoin fellas much as 29% today after the China Banking Association warned member banks of risks associated with digital currencies. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News Popular comedian who worked closely with Richard Pryor has died. Perhaps you're not as familiar with Paul Muni as many others are. But if you have ever cracked yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, or even homey the clown from in living color, you definitely know his work. Money has died. He was 79. His publicist says He died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland, California money and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late 19 sixties. They went on to write episodes of Sanford and Son and Prior insisted on having money aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in 1975. Other comedians like Chip Ellen Murphy made use of Moonies, biting wit and hard edge as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor. And truth I Moscow Wells, Gabourey. Oh,.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

"Pipeline told the Wall Street Journal. He authorized the payment of $4.4 million in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems. Sources have told The Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom Colonial received the software decryption key required to unscramble their data network. Joseph Blount told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country. He agreed to the payment because they come But he didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the systems back online. The shutdown on May 7th but to panic buying and shortages at gas stations from Washington, D. C to Florida. Jennifer KING. Washington The price of Bitcoin fellas much as 29% today after the China Banking Association warned member banks of risks associated with digital currencies. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News Popular comedian who worked closely with Richard Pryor has died. Perhaps you're not as familiar with Paul Muni as many others are. But if you have ever cracked yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, or even homey the clown from in living color, you definitely know his work. Money has died. He was 79. His publicist says He died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland, California money and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late 19 sixties. They went on to write episodes of Sanford and Son and Prior insisted on having money aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in 1975. Other comedians like Chip Ellen Murphy made use of Moonies, biting wit and hard edge as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor. And truth I Moscow Wells, Gabourey. Oh, this'll.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

"Pipeline told the Wall Street Journal. He authorized the payment of $4.4 million in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems. Sources have told The Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom Colonial received the software decryption key required to unscramble their data network. Joseph Blount told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country. He agreed to the payment because they come But he didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the systems back online. The shutdown on May 7th but to panic buying and shortages at gas stations from Washington, D. C to Florida JENNIFER KING Washington The price of Bitcoin fellas much as 29% today after the China Banking Association warned member banks of risks associated with digital currencies. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Popular comedian who worked closely with Richard Pryor has died. Perhaps you're not as familiar with Paul Muni as many others are. But if you have ever cracked yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, or even homey the clown from in living color, you definitely know his work. Money has died. He was 79. His publicist says He died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland, California money and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late 19 sixties. They went on to write episodes of Sanford and Son and Prior insisted on having money aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in 1975. Other comedians like Chip Ellen Murphy made use of Moonies, biting wit and hard edge as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor. And truth. A Moscow Wells Gabourey Oh, this'll.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

"Pipeline told the Wall Street Journal. He authorized the payment of $4.4 million in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems. Sources have told The Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom Colonial received the software decryption key required to unscramble their data network. Joseph Blount told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country. He agreed to the payment because they come But he didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the systems back online. The shutdown on May 7th but to panic buying and shortages at gas stations from Washington, D. C to Florida. Jennifer KING. Washington The price of Bitcoin fellas much as 29% today after the China Banking Association warned member banks of risks associated with digital currencies. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News Popular comedian who worked closely with Richard Pryor has died. Perhaps you're not as familiar with Paul Muni as many others are. But if you have ever cracked yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, or even homey the clown from in living color, you definitely know his work. Money has died. He was 79. His publicist says He died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland, California money and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late 19 sixties. They went on to write episodes of Sanford and Son and Prior insisted on having money aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in 1975. Other comedians like Chip Ellen Murphy made use of Moonies, biting wit and hard edge as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor. And truth. I Moscow Wells Gabriel. Oh, this'll is AP News. I'm Rita fall away. He heard the shouts saw the flash bangs.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

"Hackers who threatened to freeze the gas line. The CEO of colonial pipeline, told The Wall Street Journal. He authorized the payment of $4.4 million in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems. Sources have told The Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom Colonial received the software decryption key required to unscramble their data network. Joseph Blount told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country. He agreed to the payment because the company didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to burn. In the systems back online. The shutdown on May 7th but to panic buying and shortages at gas stations from Washington, D. C to Florida JENNIFER KING Washington The price of Bitcoin fellas much as 29% today after the China Banking Association warned member banks of risks associated with digital currencies. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Popular comedian who worked closely with Richard Pryor has died. Perhaps you're not as familiar with Paul Muni as many others are. But if you have ever cracked yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, or even homey the clown from in living color, you definitely know his work. Money has died. He was 79. His publicist says He died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland, California money and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late 19 sixties. They went on to write episodes of Sanford and Son and Prior insisted on having money aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in 1975. Other comedians like Chip Ellen Murphy made use of Moonies, biting wit and hard edge as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor. And truth. A Moscow Wells Gabourey. Oh, this'll is AP News I'm Rita fall away. He heard the shouts saw the.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on AP News

"Pipeline told the Wall Street Journal. He authorized the payment of $4.4 million in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems. Sources have told The Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom Colonial received the software decryption key required to unscramble their data network. Joseph Blount told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country. He agreed to the payment because they come But he didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the systems back online. The shutdown on May 7th but to panic buying and shortages at gas stations from Washington, D. C to Florida. Jennifer KING. Washington The price of Bitcoin fellas much as 29% today after the China Banking Association warned member banks of risks associated with digital currencies. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News Popular comedian who worked closely with Richard Pryor has died. Perhaps you're not as familiar with Paul Muni as many others are. But if you have ever cracked yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, or even homey the clown from in living color, you definitely know his work. Money has died. He was 79. His publicist says He died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland, California money and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late 19 sixties. They went on to write episodes of Sanford and Son and Prior insisted on having money aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in 1975. Other comedians like Chip Ellen Murphy made use of Moonies, biting wit and hard edge as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor. And truth I. Moscow Wells, Gabourey. Oh, this'll is AP News. I'm Rita Fall away 35.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is crazy. Woke. The Sketcher Sins, a comedy troupe based in Toronto, Ontario. Has decided that they are too white. Recently took to Facebook to reckon with the group's whiteness in a post. They explain why they Needed to do this. So here's what happens so they're on their Remember when everyone was blacking out their profiles. For black lives matter, and they were posting all that stuff. Back in June. Well, here we go. This is what they posted in June of 2022 sketcher sins released a statement on social media in support of black lives matter. It was taken down the following day. Well, writing the statement, we contacted the current and former black members of the troop for input but released it before we receive feedback from everyone we had reached out to The white members of the group prioritized being a part of the BLM conversation over listening to black voices. We were virtue, signaling we rush the statement. And we didn't reflect on our own complicity in upholding white supremacy within the troop Our actions were insensitive and disrespectful, and we're sorry for the pain that we caused. So, um You know what they did? They canceled themselves. Yes, that's right. They were so guilty in their own minds and they looked around. They realized that of their troop of about was it maybe a dozen of them. There was only one black comedian in there, and they said that so they quit. Is this like some Andy Kaufman next level type of Don't know, layered comedy right like it's a joke. By the way, and if you're the one black comedian in this group, Yeah, you've got to be like, Wait a second. I actually funny. Cause they go on they go. Sketcher since have been a trying to sketch institution for 16 years. Um During the 16 years, Only five of our members have been black. Our troop has benefited from a system built upon white supremacy. The last few years, we made an effort to be more inclusive, but it hasn't been enough. We've drug our feet. We will have to make major changes. Sketch comedy is a community that is rigged to support the success of white people are wait a sec. So so comedy is rigged in support against black comedians. Have you heard? Of what they paid. Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, Richard Pryor, Chris Rock, He's kind of popular. Who's the tiny guy? Kevin Hart. Everybody loves Kevin Hart. The Wayans brothers. Going back to living color. I mean, the way we can go through all of this Bernie Mac. There's been one or two successful black comedians. I'm just pointing this at Bill Cut low grade. No sorry, not because the whole thing seems ridiculous story because you tell me what they would do Auditions for improv. Yeah, and someone would come in and Was there ever a time that they're like? Oh, we're not hiring this dude, because he's black, like does it If you're funny, you're funny. Yes, Sangria. So where they originally incredibly racist now, now, they just didn't seek out. Didn't seek out so they go places They have to go out and look for that person now, so that person is not gonna come to them. You're and by the way, the with one black comedian who is in the group. How bad must he feels? Yeah, I'm telling you this because now he's like the way to say why am I here? I might like a token like what's going on here? Cancel themselves which, by the way, that's a locust thing I've ever heard. And all these people think humans for the virus and killing their earth that I've been encouraging for years to take their own lives. If they really believe should read this story..

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on KCRW

"What is lost when we can't do that? What is lost? That's well, that's an excellent question. And I'm not sure we fully know the scope of that yet that the pandemic is a bit different now, in the sense that it is ongoing and because it is ongoing, the scope of the loss is hard to appreciate in the moment. It will take time. And there will be ripple effects for years after this as we grapple with the full scope of this loss, Yeah. And the consequences of not being able to mourn as we usually are. Is that something you are studying? Can you give me any specifics as you Speak to people and who were trying to work through this. So one of the things that we're observing know that we know about covert so far, is it that the typical ways that people begin to grapple with the death of loved ones is being lost. People can't be at the bedside. People can't say goodbye to their loved ones. And often, the loss comes unexpectedly. And so we do know that there are multiple sort of steps involved in coming to terms with the loss of a loved one, and one of those is Seen the physical body and people now cannot see the physical body because of the requirements of social distancing to prevent the spread. This concerns me. This is a troubling a consequence and we don't know how that will play out over time, but we can expect There will be a potential difficulties really grappling with the loss as people mourn and grieve. Um, is a psychologist specializing in grief for those among us who are grieving right now and having to do so alone. Do you have any advice? My my best advice would be to connect their aspects of grieving that are done alone. But they're also aspects agreement that are done in community and groups. We must connect. We must connect the friends. We must connect the social support. We must connect and this could be done. Virtually it could be done by phone calls. It can be done through Social media, the sort of bereavement community has mounted of formidable response to provide online support services for people who are facing grief. No. And what about not online? I'm wondering if if the value of a plain old fashioned hand written note of sympathy takes on Even more meaning and comfort in this in this moment where we don't have all of the other support structures in place. Absolutely written notes deliveries, offering tangible support little things going to the grocery store, helping to deal with the many things that are left undone in mourning and grieving loved ones. There are ways to offer tangible and emotional support to this time to those who are bereaved right now. Christie Denk, left research associate at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and a clinical psychologist specializing in grief speaking with us as the U. S toll stands 300,000 dead. Kristie Dane club. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. Every year at NPR. We share with you the books we most want to remember from the past year in our book Concierge, and for me, it was a book by Claudia Rankine called just us. The title comes from a surprising place the late Richard Pryor and his stand up bit on the criminal justice system where he says, you go down there looking for justice, and that's what you find just US comedians like Richard Pryor. Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, one decides, you know, these people are able to hold the good and the bad of it. They're the people I go to who can both see it and hold it. And move through it. And they don't advocate. They really stay in there. Claudia Rankine says This book was not just about listening to what she heard but reflecting on herself. I'm really interested in What other people say to me, But I'm also really interested in why I say the things that I say, because we're all socialized inside a system that was shaped with the tenants of white supremacy. So how is that affecting my behavior? How it's that affecting the amount of patience I have in conversation with you. What am I hearing when you speak to me? Why am I saying the things that I'm saying to you? Now the best seller list this year have seen books about how to soothe racial tensions. But if you're looking for an easy solution, Claudia Rankine told me it won't be in just us. There's no strategy because I'm not interested in telling people what to do. I'm not offering a prescription. Just us is a book that says Look at this. Let's see what it means. To be in conversation. Let's see what it means to apprehend the same reality when you see a man put his knee On another man's neck until he dies and has to call out for his mother. What is behind that what allows us both to be able to hold that as part of America? You know, it would be in a different category. One of those categories self help books or something. It's not that that's not that was never my intent. My intent was to look to look at a thing. Claudia Rankine recent MacArthur genius winner. She spoke to us earlier this year about her book, just US. And it's one of the over 350 books. You can browse for all the readers in your life at the book concierge at NPR dot org's You're listening to all things considered from NPR news..

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What is lost when we can't do that? What is lost? That's well, that's an excellent question. And I'm not sure we fully know the scope of that yet that the pandemic is a bit different now, in the sense that it is ongoing and because it is ongoing, the scope of loss is hard to appreciate in the moment. It will take time. And there will be ripple effects for years after this as we grapple with the full scope of this loss, Yeah. And the consequences of not being able to mourn as we usually are. Is that something you are studying? Can you give me any specifics as you Speak to people and who were trying to work through this. So one of the things that we're observing know that we know about covert so far, is it that the typical ways that people begin to grapple with the death of loved ones is being lost? People can't be at the bedside. People can't say goodbye to their loved ones. And often, the loss comes unexpectedly. And so we do know that there are multiple sort of steps involved in coming to terms with the loss of a loved one, and one of those is Seen a physical body and people now cannot see the physical body because of the requirements of social distancing to prevent the spread. This concerns me. This is a troubling a consequence and we don't know how that will play out over time, but we can expect There will be a potential difficulties really grappling with the loss as people mourn and grieve. Um, is a psychologist specializing in grief for those among us who are grieving right now and having to do so alone. Do you have any advice? My My best advice would be to connect their aspects of grieving that are done alone. But they're also aspects agreement that are done in community and groups and we must connect. We must connect the friends. We must connect the social support. We must connect and this could be done. Virtually it could be done by phone calls. It can be done through social media. The sort of bereavement community has mounted formidable response to provide online support services for people who are facing grief. And what about not online? I'm wondering if if the value of a plain old fashioned hand written note of sympathy takes on Even more meaning and comfort in this in this moment where we don't have all of the other support structures in place. Absolutely written notes deliveries, offering tangible support little things going to the grocery store, helping to deal with the many things that are left undone in mourning and grieving loved ones. There are ways to offer tangible and emotional support to this time to those who are bereaved right now. Kristie Deng clock research associate at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and a clinical psychologist specializing In grief speaking with us as the U. S toll stands at 300,000 Dead Kristie Dane club. Thank you. Thank you. Every year at NPR. We share with you the books we most want to remember from the past year in our book Concierge, and for me, it was a book by Claudia Rankine called just us. The title comes from a surprising place the late Richard Pryor and his stand up bit on the criminal justice system where he says, you go down there looking for justice, and that's what you find just US comedians like Richard Pryor. Dave Chappelle. Eddie Murphy wonder Sykes. You know, these people are able to hold the good and the bad of it. They're the people I go to who can both see it? And hold it and move through it and they don't advocate. They really stay in there. Claudia Rankine says. This book was not just about listening to what she heard but reflecting on herself. I'm really interested in What other people say to me, But I'm also really interested in why I say the things that I say, because we are all socialized inside a system that was shaped with the tenants of white supremacy. So how is that affecting my behavior? How it's that affecting? The amount of patients I have in conversation with you. What am I hearing when you speak to me? Why am I saying the things that I'm saying to you? Now the best seller list this year have seen books about how to soothe racial tensions. But if you're looking for an easy solution, Claudia Rankine told me it won't be in just us. There's no strategy because I'm not interested in telling people what to do. I'm not offering a prescription. Just us is a book that says, Look at this. Let's see what it means to be in conversation. Let's see what it means. To apprehend the same reality. When you see a man put his knee on another man's neck until he dies and has to call out for his mother. What is behind that? What allows us both? To be able to hold that as part of America. You know, it would be in a different category. One of those categories self help books or something. It's not that that's not that was never my intent. My intent was to look to look at a thing. Claudia Rankine recent MacArthur genius winner. She spoke to us earlier this year about her book just us and it's one of the over 350 books. You can browse for all the readers in your life at the book concierge at NPR dot org's You're listening.

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"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"dave chappelle eddie murphy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm wondering if the value of a plain old fashioned hand written note of sympathy takes on Even more meaning and comfort in this in this moment where we don't have all of the other support structures in place. Absolutely written notes deliveries, offering tangible support little things going to the grocery store, helping to deal with the many things that are left undone in mourning and grieving loved ones. There are ways to offer tangible and emotional support to this time to those who are bereaved right now. Christie Denk, left research associate at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and a clinical psychologist specializing in grief speaking with us as the U. S toll stands 300,000 dead. Kristie Dane club. Thank you. Thank you. Every year at NPR. We share with you the books we most want to remember from the past year in our book Concierge, and for me, it was a book by Claudia Rankine called just us. The title comes from a surprising place the late Richard Pryor and his stand up bit on the criminal justice system where he says, you go down there looking for justice, and that's what you find just US comedians like Richard Pryor. Dave Chappelle. Eddie Murphy wonder Sykes. You know, these people are able to hold the good and the bad of it. They're the people I go to who can both see it? And hold it and move through it. And they don't abdicate. They really stay in there. Claudia Rankine says This book was not just about listening to what she heard but reflecting on herself. I'm really interested in What other people say to me, But I'm also really interested in why I say the things that I say, because we are all socialized inside a system that was shaped with the tenants of white supremacy. So how is that affecting my behavior? How it's that affecting? The amount of patients I have in conversation with you. What am I hearing when you speak to me? Why am I saying the things that I'm saying to you? Now the best seller list this year have seen books about how to soothe racial tensions. But if you're looking for an easy solution, Claudia Rankine told me it won't be in just us. There's no strategy because I'm not interested in telling people what to do. I'm not offering a prescription. Just us is a book that says, Look at this. Let's see what it means to be in conversation. Let's see what it means. To apprehend the same reality. When you see a man put his knee on another man's neck until he dies and has to call out for his mother. What is behind that? What allows us both? To be able to hold that as part of America, you know, it would be in a different category. One of those categories self help books or something. It's not that that's not that was never my intent. My intent was to look to look at a thing. Claudia Rankine recent MacArthur genius winner. She spoke to us earlier this year about her book, just US. And it's one of the over 350 books. You can browse for all the readers in your life at the book Concierge at NPR dot or G'kar, You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Right here on W N. Y C. Researchers found that basketball players score more during their time playing in the NBA bubble, possibly because the players circadian rhythms weren't disrupted by travel across time zones. We have that story coming up. Plus, we have a review of the week in music with John Schaefer, host of W N Y. C s new sounds. It's lovely music for cooking on a Monday evening or just unwinding, Hopefully Hopefully you are unwinding. That and more on W N. Y C W N Y C supporters include.

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"Year at NPR. We share with you the books we most want to remember from the past year in our book Concierge, and for me, it was a book by Claudia Rankine called just us. The title comes from a surprising place the late Richard Pryor and his stand up bit on the criminal justice system where he says, you go down there looking for justice, and that's what you find just US comedians like Richard Pryor. Dave Chappelle. Eddie Murphy wonder Sykes. You know, these people are able to hold the good and the bad of it. They're the people I go to who can both see it and hold it. And move through it. And they don't abdicate. They really stay in there. Claudia Rankine says This book was not just about listening to what she heard but reflecting on herself. I'm really interested in What other people say to me, But I'm also really interested in why I say the things that I say, because we're all socialized inside a system that was shaped with the tenants of white supremacy. So how is that affecting my behavior? How it's that affecting the amount of patients I have in conversation with you. What am I hearing when you speak to me? Why am I saying the things that I'm saying to you? Now the best seller list this year have seen books about how to soothe racial tensions. But if you're looking for an easy solution, Claudia Rankine told me it won't be in just us. There's no strategy because I'm not interested in telling people what to do. I'm not offering a prescription. Just us is a book that says Look at this. Let's see what it means. Be in conversation. Let's see what it means to apprehend the same reality when you see a man put his knee On another man's neck until he dies and has to call out for his mother. What is behind that what allows us both to be able to hold that as part of America? You know, it would be in a different category. One of those categories self help books or something. It's not that that's not that was never my intent. My intent was to look to look at a thing. Claudia Rankine recent MacArthur genius winner. She spoke to us earlier this year about her book, just us and It's one of the over 350.

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07:20 min | 1 year ago

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"Have been many instances been unable to gather in person to share grief and share celebrations of their loved one's life. The inability to grieve as a community is yet another indignity brought on by this virus here to talk about the impact is Christy Dinklage. She's a research associate at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and a clinical psychologist who specializes in grief. Christie Danko Welcome. Thank you. It's great to be here. You know it zero basic. But would you speak to what it is that we get from a funeral in more normal times? How they help us Grieve how they help us heal. Yes, funerals and the rituals that go along with mourning. That loss are really fundamental to a number of processes, so they're fundamental to how we mourn to how we grieve to how we reinforce social ties. How we expand the social safety net in times of vulnerability in laws. And more fundamentally, they reflect what it means for us to be human and for us to love and for us to connect. And there are cultural practices for these it very widely across the world. But in each of these, they share a common infrastructure of bonding and gathering. Collectively, I'm thinking about in this case we're not able to do you know family ceremonies, family funerals also just the collective national process of knowing as awful as this is, we're in it together. But I'm thinking of other times of great loss like 9 11 or Was thinking about the sandy hook school shooting because that was eight years ago today and you know families mourn together, but the whole country did as well. What is lost when we can't do that? What is lost? That's well, that's an excellent question. And I'm not sure we fully know the scope of that yet that the pandemic is a bit different now, in the sense that it is ongoing and because it is ongoing, the scope of the loss is hard to appreciate in the moment. It will take time. And there will be ripple effects for years after this as we grapple with the full scope of this loss, Yeah. And the consequences of not being able to mourn as we usually are. Is that something you are studying? Can you give me any specifics as you Speak to people and who were trying to work through this. So one of the things that we're observing know that we know about covert so far, is it that the typical ways that people begin to grapple with the death of loved ones is being lost? People can't be at the bedside. People can't say goodbye to their loved ones. And often, the loss comes unexpectedly. And so we do know that there are multiple sort of steps involved in coming to terms with the loss of a loved one, and one of those is Seen the physical body and people now cannot see the physical body because of the requirements of social distancing to prevent the spread. This concerns me. This is a troubling a consequence and we don't know how that will play out over time, but we can expect There will be a potential difficulties really grappling with the loss as people mourn and grieve. Um, is a psychologist specializing in grief for those among us who are grieving right now and having to do so alone. Do you have any advice? My My best advice would be to connect their aspects of grieving that are done alone. But they're also aspects agreement that are done in community and groups. We must connect. We must connect the friends. We must connect the social support. We must connect and this could be done. Virtually it could be done by phone calls. It can be done through social media. That sort of bereavement community has mounted of formidable response to provide online support services for people who are facing grief. No. And what about not online? I'm wondering if if the value of a plain old fashioned hand written note of sympathy takes on Even more meaning and comfort in this in this moment where we don't have all of the other support structures in place. Absolutely written notes deliveries, offering tangible support little things going to the grocery store, helping to deal with the many things that are left undone in mourning and grieving loved ones. There are ways to offer tangible and emotional support to this time to those who are bereaved right now. Christie Denk, left research associate at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and a clinical psychologist specializing in grief speaking with us as the U. S toll stands 300,000 dead. Kristie Dane club. Thank you. Thank you. Every year at NPR. We share with you the books we most want to remember from the past year in our book Concierge, and for me, it was a book by Claudia Rankine called just us. The title comes from a surprising place the late Richard Pryor and his stand up bit on the criminal justice system where he says, you go down there looking for justice, and that's what you find just US comedians like Richard Pryor. Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, one decides, you know, these people are able to hold the good and the bad of it. They're the people I go to who can both see it. And hold it and move through it. And they don't abdicate. They really stay in there. Claudia Rankine says This book was not just about listening to what she heard but reflecting on herself. I'm really interested in What other people say to me, But I'm also really interested in why I say the things that I say, because we're all socialized inside a system that was shaped with the tenants of white supremacy. So how is that affecting my behavior? How it's that affecting the amount of patients I have in conversation with you. What am I hearing when you speak to me? Why am I saying the things that I'm saying to you? Now the best seller list this year have seen books about how to soothe racial tensions. But if you're looking for an easy solution, Claudia Rankine told me it won't be in just us. There's no strategy because I'm not interested in telling people what to do. I'm not offering a prescription. Just us is a book that says Look at this. Let's see what it means. Be in conversation. Let's see what it means to apprehend the same reality when you see a man put his knee On another man's neck until he dies and has to call out for his mother. What is behind that what allows us both to be able to hold that as part of America? You know, it would be in a different category. One of those categories self help books or something. It's not that that's not that was never my intent. My intent was to look to look at a thing. Claudia Rankine recent MacArthur genius winner. She spoke to us earlier this year about her book, just US. And it's one of the over 350 books. You can browse for all the readers in your life at the book Concierge at NPR dot or g'kar. This is all things considered on W..

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08:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Claudia Rankin's award winning collection of poetry Citizen came out in 2014 the year of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, over the death of Michael Brown. Her latest book arrives as thie. Same problems afflict the country. It's called just us an American conversation, and it's a collection of essays, photos, poems and, yes, conversations that she's been having with friends and strangers alike about race. The title comes from a surprising place the late Richard Pryor and his standup bit on the criminal justice system where he says, you go down there looking for justice, and that's what you find just US comedians like Richard Pryor. Dave Chappelle. Eddie Murphy wonder Sykes. You know, these people are able to hold the good and the bad of it. They're the people I go to who can both see it and hold it. And move through it and they don't abdicate. They really stay in there. Claudia Rankine says. This book was not just about listening to what she heard but reflecting on herself. I'm really interested in What other people say to me, But I'm also really interested in why I say the things that I say. Because we are all socialized inside a system that was shaped with the tenants of white supremacy. So how is that affecting my behavior? How it's that affecting? The amount of patience I have in conversation with you. What am I hearing when you speak to me? Why am I saying the things that I'm saying to you? So all of those questions were the guiding questions in the making of just us. One of the things you do in the book is you are pursuing conversations with white men who you say in general, you don't have a lot of Interactions with Can you help me understand that? Especially to people who might Google you and say, I think she has a white husband? So what does she mean by this? I have interactions with white men. In terms of work on DH. I am married to a white man, but I don't have conversations long conversations exploring a subject without a destination in a sense. With white men in general. And so the task I gave myself was to approach white man in the way that I might have a conversation with a white woman just because I'm sitting next to her, but really, to push the moment so that These white men would talk to me about this idea of white male privilege. And if I could move the conversation to that subject I did. This is not an easy thing to do. It sounds like and in the book. Sometimes I feel your reluctance, like kind of getting up the nerve to do it. How did you think about approaching it? I mean, can you remember the first time trying to do this? Well, I think initially I thought I would just wait for somebody to give me an opening. In conversation, you know? So you're sitting next to a guy you're waiting. The plane is delayed. He asked the time he asked what the gate agent say. And then that leads to something else and leads to something else and in one of the situations recounted in the book. Eventually he asked me what I did, and I said, I taught it yell and he said, You know his son. Didn't get in on early decision, and even then, I wasn't willing to say Let's talk about white male privilege. But then when he said his son didn't get in because His son's front who was a person of color. Got in. Then I thought, OK, He is in my wheelhouse, and we can start this conversation. So that sort of I didn't want to feel like I was pressing. Because I didn't know these people, you know, and they didn't always work out. There was one occasion where a white man I was waiting on line to board the plane and The two of us ascending there and he says to me, you know, I love airplanes because you don't have any news You don't have. You know this constant chatter around the news. I said to him, you shouldn't have voted for him. And at that point he turned to me and he said, it's not just him. And that was the end. But that was the sort of project of the book was to push these moments to their crisis. I want to ask about another one of these conversations that starts in an airport. One that starts you describe is having the ease of kicking a ball around on a fall afternoon, which is a lovely image. This is on page 49. I was wondering if you can read it to us. It begins. Eventually, he told me Eventually he told me he had been working on diversity inside his company. We still have a long way to go, he said. Then he repeated himself. We still have a long way to go, adding. I don't see color. This is a statement for well meaning white people whose privilege and blind desire catapult them into a time when little by Children and little white Children are judged. Not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. I get it, he said. His tone was solemn. What other inane things have? I said? Only that I responded. You followed by saying You refused to let the reality he was insisting on be my reality and One of the things that struck me is that you're having a meta conversation in your mind. You're seeing this conversation through how he would view it how you would view it. Society history like this. It's like multi layered thing. And that that that's actually quite common, especially for people of color that you're having the double consciousness in your conversation, so to speak. Yeah, I think the boys is notion of the double consciousness. Is a ruling metaphor for how black people exist in the world. So you're always a little bit suspicious about the source of statements coming at you. And it's sort of sifted through all of history. A friend who reads your book comments to you that there's no strategy here. Why is there no strategy here? Well, because there's no strategy because I'm not interested in telling people what to dio. I'm not offering a prescription. Just us is a book that says, Look at this. Let's see what it means to be in conversation. Let's see what it means to try apprehend the same reality. When you see a man put his knee on another man's neck until he dies and has to call out for his mother. What is behind that? What allows us both? To be able to hold that. As part of America. You know it would be in a different category. What are those categories self help books or something? It's not that that's not the section will find this and that would be a serious surprise for some people. Yeah, that's not. That was never mind. My intent was to look to look at a thing. Well, Claudia Rankine. Thank you so much for spending the time with us and really digging into this book. It's really lovely. Thank you so much for having me on Claudia Rankine. Her new book is called just us An American conversation to listen to More of our conversation subscribed to NPR's podcast. It's been a minute. You're listening.

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"I'm Jen White is our obsession with productivity's distracting from the work that matters most the renewed interest in looking after the things that need better care and repair. That's next time on one A one a comes on tonight at nine o'clock and then stay with us a 10 for the statewide forum with meaning Kim. It's a rebroadcast of this morning's program about Russian interference in the 2020 election. It's forum tonight at 10 here on This is all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Audie Cornish. Claudia Rankin's award winning collection of poetry Citizen came out in 2014 the year of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, over the death of Michael Brown. The latest book arrives as thie. Same problems afflict the country. It's called just US and American conversation, and it's a collection of essays, photos, poems and, yes, conversations that she's been having with friends and strangers alike about race. The title comes from a surprising place the late Richard Pryor and his stand up it on the criminal justice system where he says, you go down there looking for justice, and that's what you find just US comedians like Richard Pryor. Dave Chappelle. Eddie Murphy wonder Sykes. You know, these people are able to hold the good and the bad of it. They're the people I go to who can both see it? And hold it and move through it and they don't abdicate. They really stay in there. Claudia Rankine says. This book was not just about listening to what she heard but reflecting on herself. I'm really interested in What other people say to me, But I'm also really interested in why I say the things that I say. Because we are all socialized inside a system that was shaped with the tenants of white supremacy. So how is that affecting my behavior? How it's that affecting? The amount of patients I have in conversation with you. What am I hearing when you speak to me? Why am I saying the things that I'm saying to you? So all of those questions were the guiding questions in the making of just us. One of the things you do in the book is you are pursuing conversations with white men who you say in general, you don't have a lot of Interactions with Can you help me understand that? Especially to people who might Google you and say, I think she has a white husband? So what does she mean by this? I have interactions with white men in terms of work, and I am married to wait man, But I don't have conversations long conversations exploring a subject without a destination in ascends with white men in general. And so the task I gave myself to approach white man in the way that I might have a conversation with a white woman just because I'm sitting next to her, but really, to push the moment so that these white men would talk to me about this idea of white male privilege. And if I could move the conversation to that subject I did. This is not an easy thing to do. Sounds like in the book. Sometimes I feel your reluctance, like kind of getting up the nerve to do it. How did you think about approaching it? I mean, can you remember the first time trying to do this? Well, I think initially I thought I would just wait for somebody to give me an opening. In conversation, you know? So you're sitting next to a guy you're waiting. The plane is delayed. He asked the time he asked what the gate agent say. And then that leads to something else and leads to something else and in one of the situations recounted in the book. Eventually he asked me what I did, and I said, I taught it yell and he said, You know his son. Didn't get in on early decision, and even then, I wasn't willing to say Let's talk about white male privilege. But then when he said his son didn't get in, because his son's friend who Was a person of color got in. Then I thought, OK, He is in my wheelhouse, and we can start this conversation. So that sort of I didn't want to feel like I was pressing. Because I didn't know these people, you know, and it didn't always work out. There was one occasion where a white man I was waiting on line to board the plane and The two of us ascending there and he says to me, you know, I love airplanes because you don't have any news You don't have. You know this constant chatter around the news. I said to him, you shouldn't have voted for him on DH. At that point, he turned to me and he said, it's not just him. And that was the end. But that was the sort of project of the book was to push these moments to their crisis. I want to ask about another one of these conversations that starts in an airport. One that starts you describe is having the ease of kicking a ball around on a fall afternoon, which is a lovely image. This is on page 49. I was wondering if you can read it to us. It begins. Eventually, he told me Eventually he told me he had been working on diversity inside his company. We still have a long way to go, he said. Then he repeated himself. We still have a long way to go, adding I don't see color. This is a statement for well meaning white people whose privilege and blind desire catapult them into a time when little black Children and little white Children are judged not by the color of their skin. But by the content of their character. I get it, He said His tone was solemn. What other inane things have? I said? Only that I responded. You followed by saying You refused to let the reality he was insisting on be my reality and One of the things that struck me is that you're having a meta conversation in your mind. You're seeing this conversation through how he would view it how you would view it. Society history like this. It's like multi layered thing. And that that that's actually quite common, especially for people of color that you're having the double consciousness in your conversation, so to speak. Yeah, I think the boys is notion of the double consciousness. Is a ruling metaphor for how black people exist in the world. So you're always a little bit suspicious about the source of statements coming at you. And it's sort of sifted through all of history. A friend who reads your book comments to you that there's no strategy here. Why is there no strategy here Well, because there's no strategy because I'm not interested in telling people what to do. I'm not offering a prescription. Just us is a book that says, Look at this. Let's see what it means to be in conversation. Let's see what it means to try apprehend the same reality. When you see a man put his knee on another man's neck until he dies and has to call up for his mother. What is behind that? What allows us both? To be able to hold that as part of America, you know, it would be in a different category. What are those categories self help books or something? It's not that that's not the section will find us, and that would be a serious surprise. Yeah, that's not. That was never mind. My intent was to look to look at a thing. Well, Claudia Rankine. Thank you so much for spending the time with us and really digging into this book. It's really lovely. Thank you so much for having me on Claudia Rankine. Her new book is called just us an American conversation. Listen to more of our conversation.

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