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"dr raphael" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"To be with you on keep hope alive with Reverend Jesse Jackson on his nationally syndicated radio show. We sent all of our love to all of our affiliates all over the country. In Mississippi in Cincinnati in Tulsa in Washington, D C and Baltimore So many of our brothers and sisters have joined us today. W Oil D C news, w O L B Baltimore Wv Owen later on Chicago later later on in Chicago, one on two J. K X and Mississippi, the buzz and Cincinnati and on and on and on it goes. We just thank you for being with us today. Call us at seven. Excuse me at 866866594 Hope 8665944673. Because we've got George on our minds as you can hear. The Georgia Senate debate. One of them is tonight, Our Reverend Dr Raphael Warnock will be facing the incumbent Republican Senator, Senator Kelly La Flor on by. That ought to be quite quite a debate tonight on CNN. It comes on at seven Eastern standard time. Six Central. We cannot wait to see that tonight. We're to talk about that in advance of the debate Hello to Dawn and Willie and is a gala and teddy and camp seeing Hannah. And Jonathan and Jarvis and John. We just love you all and Kay and everyone in Jarallah and the Dene Rene Thank you so much for being with us today. L was L. Dawoud and Sandra and Charles and so many of you joining us tonight. Today I want you to please continue to respond to Reverend Jackson's Twitter poll question. It's very, very simple question now. There's yet another wrinkle in this race. Attorney Lin Wood, who is a who is a one of President Trump's election lawyers, has called for Republicans to boycott He's called for them to boycott this election. And President Trump is kind of calling for that, too. Will that work now? Who will it advantage? That's the simple question A pro Trump attorney Lin. What is called for Republicans should boycott the Georgia Senate run offs. Will this help Republicans and Democrats or neither will 64% of you say that this will help? The Democrats, the Republicans, you say 10% and 26% of you say neither. So go toe at Rev. J. Jackson and let us know what you think. On January 5th 2021, Georgia Senate. The Georgia Senate race will hold the keys to power in the U. S. Senate, everybody So what do you think is gonna happen to Democratic progressives to Democratic progressives? One black one white, who are campaigning in tandem, Reverend Dr Raphael Warnock, the senior pastor of iconic Ebeneezer Baptist Church, the home church. Of the beloved King family of Rev in Dr Martin Luther King Sr and Jr and Jonah Sof brilliant investigative reporter who mounted a strong challenge in a hotly contested to come to contested 2017 congressional race. They quote would become the U. S senators out of Georgia with the January 5th run off race is just a little more than a month away. Survey USA whole shows that the candidates are in tight competitive races. Check this out. The poll indicates that in the runoff between Purdue and arse off They run and effectively even a dead heat. The poll shows Asafa 50% 2 points ahead of her do that. That's the margin of error, everybody but You know, according to this report, this means that every vote matters. That's what this is a validation of in the other, wrong runoff race. That ribbon doctor Warnock is ahead of Senator La Flor 50 to 45% but a game that's very, very close to the margin of error. So we all know the though that race is The third rail of American politics so more people seem to be paying another kind of attention, at least to this war, not grace, according to this political report. George's campaign ad it reads. Tell a tale of two states Raphael Warnock Sadd's are bright and Sunny, featuring the pastor expounding on health care policy, telling his family story and walking the puppy. But the majority of Senator La Flor is that spots take a grimmer tone attacking Juana as the most dangerous quote radical in America. Close quote in one at the camera pans across a photo of Reverend Dr Warlock, who is black, and it has been darkened. And superimposed over footage of riots. Saving the Senate is what the narrator says. So what do you think about this? Call us? 866594 hope 8665944673 or you can join us over here on Facebook on the Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr page revving Jackson. You have been doing this for a long time. This is the old South and the new South. And what what do you say? You said that the hands of picked president said that pick cotton can What President. Six senses. Let me let me tell you today that but I've decided about the fact that second place with other king wrapping the lace today in peace. John Lewis's district if you will good, good trouble, so it comes down to a ground game, and when we have the most will toe fight on the ground will win this race. Oh, love is running a brand negative pain while he's on George's Lost 1 $20 billion in healthcare, affordable health care, Mother 55,000 jobs, closing rural hospital. He run on the right issues. So we were supporting him practically. And the sport generals always think they're doing a great job. Wow. What do you think about them running? Reverend. What do you think about that? Well, that that's a new spouse, you know, running from the run into each other with each other Is that exciting? But news out of bread, a lot of factors and 11 hawks. That could happen in the old South. This is so great. Ah, Boeing hundreds and Georgia It could have been the old South today Economics in the south of seven more parents. As well as the black and white runs function together. Look, that has been socially well, You know, Reverend, we've got a tremendous panel led by Latasha Brown Black Voters Matter Fund. We've seen her all over television, and we've been reading about the magnificent work that she and The people that she's been rallying have been doing. She does that thankless work day in day out season election seasoned in or out to register people to vote to keep them inspired together. She does so well, she does it beautifully, Reverend, and we've got her and we got Attorney C. K. Hoffler, the president of the National Bar Association, the largest and oldest black bar association in the world. In fact, she's down in Atlanta, 66,000 lawyers strong all around the country. We can't wait to hear from her attorney, Robert Patillo, who will have his own radio show on the iconic Wook radio station down in Atlanta can't.
"dr raphael" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness
"And he's he told him the story and and they put together a program to test this. And it went into clinical trials eventually with Israel's largest. HMO. They gave them CBD pure CBD, with no thc because they were afraid of getting people high in the hospital. and. The results were insane right like very high percentage points of people. were either didn't get GV HD when it was used as a preventative or GV HD got a lot better when it was used to treat it. And so You know this is an example of how anecdotal evidence coins you. Points you aware of what we're the research and I think that's the power of anecdotes, and if we acknowledged that than, we can tell the right story about them. We can tell the we can educate correctly you know we'll I struggle myself I it's kind of complex I was on a podcast last week were guy was like I just can't believe that this could do so many things. It sounds like the snake oil that people sold out of the back wagons. I mean, How can cure cancer and Alzheimer's and PTSD, and insomnia, and anxiety in my answer wasn't perfect. But I went back to the Endo cannabinoid system and the idea of Homeo- stasis. In that, your endocrine system is involved. You're neuro transmitters you know there's many systems involved. There's many illnesses that can manifest when your body is out of whack and to bring it back to Homeo- stasis is something that's really valuable and that's part of why this plant is so versatile. Right and that question how can it help? So many different things is indeed a big question and we ask it in our movie. And Inherent in asking that question is a fundamental education lack and I and I don't say that disparagingly about the personnel asking the question I. Say it as a disparagingly about our culture where where there's no there's not enough education on this subject, and if a person that says, this is like snake oil bullshit than this person is coming to it from a point of view of, Hey, prove it to me. As opposed to hey, maybe I should go learn instead ian start putting cbd into Google scholar and seeing what comes up. And I think that the whole end cannabinoid system story is so It's so mind blowing because when you realize that we have an entire system in our body that is not really taught in medical. where? Cannabis molecules affected and make it work and regulate different systems in our body properly. Then you start realizing wait a minute. There's something here when you start realizing that people with PTSD. In research by top institutions are showing are presenting a lack of. Endo cannabinoid debt can be enhanced by THC. US. Well. Than than a them, we have something real here. You know this is very real stuff. This is not anecdotes. Real Science yes and you mentioned Dr Raphael Meshulam Move Courses The grandfather the godfather of this research and I was so glad to see that you got him in. So many other kind of stars of this movement on camera your Israeli you understand how did Israel get such a big lead in this?.
"dr raphael" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"You're listening to the Kosovans Circus I after rainmaster James to Harris. Being sure you're tuned in at the top of the hour for your chance to win one thousand dollars. The service for. For. The late Congressman John. Lewis yesterday was a disgrace. Race multiple levels it started out. Good enough. You had former president. W George. W Bush. You had former President Bill Clinton. Scare Nice words. Instead, the Kinda goes softwood Bill Clinton with his way up yonder. John is way up yonder with. One eye on God one, he's given US marching orders. Okay. But? Even before we got to that point even before we got to the disaster which was Barack. Obama. You had the pastor, the Reverend Dr Raphael. warnock. Who set the tone for this disaster? He's a senior pastor of the EBENEEZER, Baptist Church in Atlanta. STOORIKHEL church. And he evoked representative John Lewis Legacy as he opened. As the opened, the congressman's funeral where someone here because in a moment. When there are some in high office. Who are much better at division than vision? CanNot lead us so they seek to divide us. In a moment when there is so much political cynicism and narcissism that masquerades as patriotism here lies a true American Patriot who risked his life and now. And the problems, of democracy? Sir. That's what he said. and. I'm listening to this McKay. vailed shots at the at the president. The sitting president of the United States. President trump. Better, at division than vision who cannot lead us so they speak to divide us. In a moment where there's so much political cynicism and narcissism. Okay. Okay Pastor. We know how this is how this is going to go. Now, mind you George Bush babies because he's a Republican, he didn't do it. But even Clinton, he didn't get into that much. But, this set the tone. And then the Reverend Dr Raphael. warnock. Win to a place that people shouldn't go. Has a lot especially when Democrats die and especially when they start talking about them in the Black Church. One of the big reasons. Starting around the time when Obama came into. Power, we saw the church get co opted the things that the church used to stand for got destroyed in the Obama Administration. I remember seeing one passer. He got you know drug onto a conservative television to recant. because. He said what? He can't go with the whole gay marriage thing. He can't go with the Supreme Court came down with. We gotta stand on Biblical principles. But see he was black and there was a big black church, very powerful one. So not only did he at the recant he had to recant on the O'Reilly show. Back in the day. We're sitting here. We're watching Christianity in the tenants. Get Destroy, get replaced, get, replant it, and I used to say You know what? when it comes to black American politics, they have replaced the church. With the government. and. Our preachers are now politicians. And they worship power. Reverend Dr Raphael Warren then went says, says something in his opening about John Lewis that just? Absolutely. Repulsed me. We celebrate on Lewis. He was wounded. For America's transgressions. Rose Iniquitous liquids. The chastise. Lavar. Ball here strikes. That my friends is blasphemy. Blasphemy. For those of you who are familiar with scripture, you realize what reverend or not did he took, Isaiah? He took the prophecy about, Jesus, that took place seven, hundred years before Jesus was. Crucified. And, he applied it to. John, Lewis. We celebrate John Lewis, he was wounded for America's transcription. He was wounded for transgressions. He was crushed for our nicotine's. The punishment that brought us peace was upon him and by his wounds we are healed. We all like sheep have gone astray. Each of us is turned to his own way and the Lord laid on him the iniquity of us all. He was oppressing afflicted, but he did not open his mouth. He was forced. To the slaughter. But he did not. But his mouth by oppression and judgment he was taken away and who could speak of his descendants. For. He was cut off from the land of the Living for the transgressions of my people. He was stricken. That's Isaiah. This minister took John Lewis and put up in the place of Jesus. We celebrate John Lewis. He was wounded for America's transgressions bruised for America's iniquities, and by the Chasma ties man of his peace was upon him and by his stripes. America's healed. God. Don't you? Don't you. Yeah The pastor went on to say, so let's remember him today. LS, recommit tomorrow for standing together and fighting together and voting together a standing up on behalf of Truth and righteousness together. We all get through his work together. And most people probably wouldn't completely over their head. But from that point on. This could be nothing else but doomed. Blasphemy. Elevating man to God. Creating their own false religion. Straight out of the Democrat Party. Bill O'Reilly update this morning nine fifty now on five fifty. Why? On FM, at ninety, five, point, five, hd two. You are listening to be conservative circus. I am your rain master James to Harris. Obama didn't turn John. Lewis's funeral into a sleazy political event now. That was Reverend Dr Raphael G warnock. He turned it into a sleazy event. It's just that Former President Barack Obama was the main event. You had a lot of speakers there and they were talking about the life of John Lewis now it was. It was the reverend knock that that two substituted that took the took out. Jesus inserted John.
"dr raphael" Discussed on V103
"Church for Ray shot Brooks. Dr Raphael Warnock, the senior pastor will deliver the eulogy. Ebeneezer Baptist Church has opened its doors because We are a parish for all the people. A sanctuary for those who suffer. Brooks is the young black man and father of four shot and killed during a confrontation with a lot of police, their services private and by invitation only Brooks's death one of two high profile death in Georgia, contributing to protests across the state and the country. Calling for racial justice and an end to police brutality and the dry for a hate crime laws in Georgia has taken another turn in the Georgia Legislature. Cinnamon already Harold Jones, telling me they were able to remove a provision granting protections for law enforcement and other first responders. You have some work to do. We've kind of shown the world that when it's time for Georgia to get down and work hard to do to do it right, all Georgians, we can make sure that takes place. The measure is expected to be voted on in the Senate today and would then go to the House, which actually passed a hate crimes bill last year. NASCAR is standing with driver Bubba Wallace after a noose was found in his garage at an Alabama track. A huge group of drivers and crew members push their cars to the starting line Monday at the end of the procession while it was seen hugging a lot of his supporters. He then took a selfie as they all stood behind him. The FBI has joined the investigation to determine if the news was a hate crime. We are still in a pandemic right now there are 65,000 Not how to 28 confirmed cases of Corona virus with 2648 related deads, and that's according to the state Department of Public Health weatherwise today, showers and thunderstorms likely mainly afternoon. Mostly cloudy with a high near 81 in the winds could gust to as much as 20 miles per hour. That's what's happening..
"dr raphael" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast
"Through Cova, the fear of the government and other groups, controlling us the whole kind of premise of like the American dream, in American ideal of the individual, an individual rights and freedoms, the contradictions there in of white people, having these freedoms and black people, non white people, not having it, and then maybe some white people kinda starting to experience some of that or being afraid of this kind of control. And then also I think white folks being afraid of losing control that's been a shift that's been happening, and I think a fear that's been embedded forever. The even since again the inception of our quote, unquote country or nation, the confluence of these factors in the timing I. think there is kind of an explosion of you know. We're not going to be controlled. We're not going to be limited. And who's we I mean it's lots of different narratives invoices here but I do think there's a youth generation that's less homophobic, less transphobic, less racist, even if we still internalize all of these narratives and I think we all do internalize these narratives in stereotypes and. Whatever models these internal models? We're starting to become quote, unquote, conscious or more conscious more quote. Unquote woke right as opposed to just holding these unconsciously and taking them as quote, unquote truths, and so I think that the collective unconscious assumptions perhaps are being challenged more and brought to the surface to get real group psychoanalytic. In, the way that I think about things as well is also from like A Perspective of group psychology beyond the theory of group behavior, you know unconscious group behaviors, and how groups can really be immensely powerful and healing and mobilize ing positive things, but can also be really dangerous in the way that if scapegoats are picked out it, you can really destroy and tear people down and destroy folks, so that's the way I think. I think about that on kind of a micro level in the group work that Rafael and I study and practice interested in. Within the context of hip hop outside of it how groups can be phenomenally powerful from a neurophysiological perspective from a psychological social perspective, so I also think about group, unconscious behavior, and the way that we interpret stuff, so this is getting very esoteric abstract, but to come back to it. You can see how these kinds of things play out the anxieties, the wishes potential for mobilization it. Sarah through group behaviors, and through what we're seeing now, so that's just my little esoteric abstract on of insert there..
"dr raphael" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast
"The larger dominant narrative of the time was you know young black males superpredators that was central park, five and yet wild, and all these things, and so law and order prevail because there was this larger narrative. kind of going back to what we're talking about with George Floyd. That's part of story, right? How do we perpetuate these disparate ways of treating people based on these artificial narratives that allow bias to persist at allow stereotypes persist. Allow people to do things that are in human. Under the name of this false narrative in so part of the challenge, this idea of not being silent is simply saying. That, yes, this whole story that has allowed us to get to where we are. IS NOT TRUE! It's not as not true, and it's allowing the perpetuation of things that are extraordinarily harmful to a major segment of the population, a major segment of the population that played a tremendous role. In building you know this nation. So Elliott's points about you know the the counter narrative in technology allows us to consistently be persistent about pressing the counter narratives in real time immediately as they happen, somebody says something that is not right boom on twitter on facebook social media, no Louis Challenges let's point out where you've been deficient about this, or let's just pull back the curtain a little bit and provides context. To, something that maybe you weren't aware of that. You need to pay attention to right. At the institutional Zeh tion of these things that needed the curtain pullback. Be Able to see real time video where instead of reading a report, this black man was aggressive and threatening the police officer was just there for the safety of the couple can be able to see real time videos to counteract that narrative to see how off and the justice of it, and to be able to have that in your face. There's no denying that in the persistence I. Think as you've mentioned before the persistence of the youth to keep holding the mirror up and it feels like right now. They're such a mirror to our nation. I think there's an element of truth to that,.
"dr raphael" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"We need to listen to a final clip near the end of the movie and in this scene. Rachel has just told Eleanor that Nick had proposed to marry her Eleanor is stunned. And then Rachel says that she turned him down. Eleanor is again stunt only fufill winning. There's no winning. You made. Sure of that. Because of Nick chose me would lose his family. And if he chose his family, you might spend the rest of his life resenting, you what Rachel has realized that her standoff with eleanor's different from the card game seeing the card game. If both players bet all they have one player will win everything and one player will lose everything. But that's not the case here, if both Eleanor and Rachel stay entrenched in their full antagonist towards each other fighting to keep Nick for themselves. The neither of them is going to win everything either Rachel Mary's and unhappy Nick who lost his family or Eleanor gets an unhappy. Nick who lost the love of his life. The only way both for Rachel to stay with Nick. And for Eleanor to have a son who doesn't resent her is if Eleanor gives her blessing for them to be together. Rachel sees this clearly, but Rachel also needs Eleanor to see it. And the only way that could happen was if Rachel turned down Knicks proposal, and then made it clear that she had turned him down because she cares. So much. Much about him that she doesn't want him to lose his family therefore proving to Eleanor at the cheap does care about family after all. So in this case folding was the winning strategy. All it said like there was something a little annoying about the ending in. It's like what about Rachel's career? That's true. Like, I guess she's marrying a happy, Nick. But he was also signaling to Eleanor that she'd be prioritizing Knicks family, and I'm just curious to know what that means for like Rachel's career as a game theory like did that ending mean that eventually they were in fact in a move to Singapore's that Nick can run the family business. And also, by the way, like why didn't Nick prepare Rachel for the game theoretical buzzsaw that was like waiting for her in. Singapore was unbelievable overall. Let her walk into this Parana pits without saying anything jacking. Oh, yeah. My family. You know? I mean, I guess listen they're like Jillian airs. So maybe they'll just by university and Rachel teach it still it was kind of annoying. So I am ran. Yeah. I read that Iran that theory by Michael Chang. And actually he said he thinks Rachel is going to be just fine and not just because he's marrying into a family of billionaires or whatever could Jillian ours. I'm not as worried about Rachel navy's. You are. I feel like she's shown, you know, part of that CENA's this show Eller. You know, I'm good at this. You know? And so I think she totally has the resources wherewithal and cleverness since she thinking to be able to negotiate well in the future to that's right game theorists can win came there. That's what they do. We'll see in the sequel. Are we producer is Dr Raphael are winning editor is paddy Hirsch, any indicator is produced by NPR and especial thanks to the university of south Florida website, which has kept track of all the places that economists have appeared on screen, and which inspired this series as a lot of pride for me there. Because USF, of course, is based in my hometown of Tampa, Florida..
"dr raphael" Discussed on Bad Science
"The. Relevant? Are you doing. Feeling very relaxed, even. That's good. As you can see if set up the studio here in a very relaxed manner, candles and a lot of sand and I just watched get out and I was hoping I could lead you in a bit of a hypnotherapy session. Others beeswax candles. That's correct. Good. So we're here today because you are addicted to crack cocaine, crack. Yes, just the smoking today. We're here to have you stopped because from what I've been told, your girlfriend is quite upset about the the crack usage. Yes, both of them. Both of my girlfriends are upset about it. Well, one issue out of time here today. Let's just deal with the seal the crack. How long have you been using seven years? Seven years yet to long time, but you look great, thank you. So I want you to focus on my tea mug on that says best wife, which before you ask, it's not my mug. This is just a mug those in the office on a countdown from five. And I don't want you to think about crack. I want you to specifically think about the first time that you tried crack. So five. Where were you. How's that your house? That's correct. It's my old apartment which was a mess cockroaches. So here the cockroaches. See the mold for what were you wearing? Do you remember what you wearing. House where I wanna have your t shirts as Frank. That's correct wearing going to my shirt, no pants. So I want you to think about that your pants Lewis in my disgusting apartment and from what I recall, I was offering you crack three, correct. I was has cracked that has. Has. But I was not doing crack from what I recall. I wanted you to do crack, and I wanted to watch too, and you accepted the crack. Why did you do that? You told me it would get me off the marijuana smoking. That's correct which you did. So I wasn't wrong about that. Sacra that's crack dive and partaken in marijuana sense. And that's why I wanted to get to this point to tell you that marijuana is much better than crack, and then I think you should switch back and not do crack anymore one. How do you feel matters the marijuana? Well, I'll have you know, that's what you've been smelling the whole time. The candles were actually made of week. We'd wax. You lied to me. That's correct. But it was for the best. Begging ever seen get out. I'm not. All right. Let's get started. Did the movie, get it right. His. Or will we have to fight. Hi, everybody. Welcome to another episode of bad signs. I I'm your host, Ethan, Edinburgh. And today we are talking about an absolutely fantastic film. A horror comedy called get out, which I think everybody thought was one of the best movies of 2017. We are here with Dr Raphael Romero a neuroscientist and assistant director for outreach for the brain research institute at UCLA. How's it going? Very good. Thanks. Happy to be here. I got that intro, right? You gotta perfectly..
"dr raphael" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Reached Dr. Raphael Rivera. He's the associate dean of admissions and financial aid school of medicine Dr Rivera welcome thank you That'd be that'd be on the. Show yeah we appreciate your time so let me ask tuition fifty five thousand dollars a year and certainly I. Can understand helping someone who can't afford that but why fully fund the medical education of of someone. Whose, family has that money to pay well because the. Thing is, that. Technically we'll we're trying to. Do is get the best positions that's needs and the qualities that make a best division. Aren't limited to anyone socioeconomic status. So we want to make sure that, we have. The entire applicant pool to choose from but nevertheless. When you see that the debt has risen so tremendously and you also see. That there are more and. More people graduating each year with zero debt you start realizing that the bulk of that that starts getting concentrated in the lower and the. Middle income groups so we want to do is to level the. Playing field, by taking tuition completely off the table well let me let me just do some math here I mean. Fifty five thousand is the, tuition it costs something like ninety thousand actually attend your medical school, because. Of all. The living Costs what if you get a great student who can't afford all of that is. There a, way to make more money available to that student and you know maybe less to someone who can't afford if that's if if you're trying to level. The playing field absolutely it the cost of attendance actually a little closer to eighty three thousand so we've got. Financial aid to I students who need it for the remainder in part of that and our goal. This, is a first step our goal eventually is to. Be a, cost. Reese cool so we we. Like to think big and this is one big step in the and even bigger direction Tell me how serious this problem is the notion that you have, young doctors who are coming into the highest paying specialties. And and not really, necessarily, going into the specialties that they might want to go into family medicine I think, it's actually, two. Problems really the first is who are we scaring away from medicine in? The first place who has a child is considering medicine but sees? That twenty one, percent private medical school graduates for example graduate with over three hundred thousand dollars in debt might that, person have. Been the person who goes on to discuss you discover a cure. For breast cancer we don't know who were missing and as our job is to get the very best patients for. A very very best doctors. For patients that's a loss of society the other. Part. Is yeah there are people who want to go into lower paying feels like research in pediatrics for example And yet when they had the specter during your thousand dollars debt that's going to be looming over, them it has to give them, pause so while I'm. Not saying, that it is the only factor that causes resident, decisions it is definitely one of the factors in one of the most important factors and honestly it's the. Lowest hanging fruit of all those factors so why would we not address that let me finish in just a, few seconds we have left. If I say graduated last. Year with one hundred, ninety, thousand dollars in loans to pay off San just miss this great offer what would. You say I would. Say that, I wish we could have brought this to market. Sooner but we honestly bought it as? Soon as we physically had the endowment to. Be able to. Support it Raphael Rivera is associate dean for admissions and financial aid at NYU's medical school that Rivera, thanks a lot David thank, you it's a pleasure All right. It's time now? For story? Core, today we have a. Rebroadcast of a conversation from earlier this year it's, a story.
"dr raphael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Future medical students we've reached Dr Raphael Rivera he's the associate dean, of admissions and financial aid at NYU, school of medicine Dr Rivera welcome Oh. Thank, you Yeah we. Appreciate your time so let me ask tuition fifty five thousand, dollars a year and certainly I can understand helping someone who. Can't afford that but why fully fund the medical education of of someone whose family has that? Money to pay because the thing is, that, technically we're we're we're trying to do is get the best positions that society needs and the qualities that make a best addition aren't limited to. Anyone socioeconomic status so we want to make sure that we have the entire pool. To choose, from but nevertheless when you see that the debt has risen so tremendously and you also see that there are more and more people graduating each year. With zero debt you start realizing that the bulk of that that starts getting concentrated in the lower and the. Middle income groups so we want to do to level the playing field by taking tuition completely. Off, the table well let me let me just do. Some math, here. I mean fifty five thousand. Is the tuition it costs something like ninety thousand actually attend your medical school because of. All, the living Thing costs what if you get a great student who can't. Afford all, of that is there a way to make more money available to that student and maybe less to someone who can't afford if that's if if you're. Trying to level the playing field absolutely the cost of attendance is actually a little closer to eighty three thousand. We've got financial aid to I students who need it for the remainder imported up our goal. This, is a first step our goal eventually is to. Be a, cost. Reese cool so we we. Like to think big and this is one big step in the and even bigger direction Tell me how serious this problem. Is the notion that you. Have young doctors who are going going into the. Highest. Paying specialties and not really necessarily going into the specialties that they might want to go into family medicine Yeah I, think it's actually two problems really the first is. Who are we scaring away from medicine in the first place who has a child is considering medicine. But sees that twenty one percent of private medical school graduates for example graduate with over three hundred thousand dollars in debt might that person have been the person. Who goes on to, skew, discover a cure for breast cancer we don't know who, were missing and as our, job is, to get the very best patients for bear very best doctors for patients, that's a loss of society the other. Part is yeah there are people. Who want to go into lower paid feels like research in pediatrics for example on. Yet when they had the specter of three hundred thousand dollars debt that's going to. Be looming, over them it has to give them pause so. While I'm not saying that it is? The only factor that causes resident decisions. It is definitely one of the factors in arguably one of the most important factors and honestly it's the lowest hanging fruit of all those factors so why would we not address that Let me finish in just. A few seconds we have left if I say graduated last year with one hundred, ninety thousand, dollars in loans to pay off saying just miss. This great offer what would you say I would say that I wish we could have. Brought this, to market sooner, but. We honestly. Bought it as. Soon as we physically had the endowment to. Be able to. Support it Raphael Rivera is associate dean for admissions and financial aid at NYU medical school that Rivera thanks a lot David thank, you it's a pleasure All.
"dr raphael" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Future medical students we've reached Dr Raphael Rivera he's the associate dean, of admissions and financial aid at NYU, school of medicine Dr Rivera welcome Oh, welcome. Thank, you Yeah. We appreciate your time so let me ask tuition fifty five, thousand dollars a year and certainly I can understand helping someone. Who can't afford that but why fully fund the medical education of of someone whose family has? That, money to pay well because the thing is that technically we will we're trying to do is get the best positions that society needs and the qualities that make a best addition aren't limited. To anyone socioeconomic status so we wanna make sure that we have the entire applicant. Pool to, choose from but nevertheless, when you see the the debt. Has risen so tremendously and you also see that there are more and more people graduating each. Year with zero debt you start realizing that the bulk of that that starts getting concentrated in the lower and. The middle income groups so we wanted to do to level the playing field by taking tuition. Completely, off the table well let me let me just. Do some, math. Here I mean fifty five. Thousand is the tuition it costs something like ninety thousand actually attend. Your, medical. Scooby's Volvo All the living costs what. If you get a great student who can't afford all of that is there a. Way to, make more money available, to that student and maybe less. To someone who can't afford if that's if if you're trying to level the playing field absolutely. The cost of attendance is actually a little closer to eighty three thousand we've got financial aid to I students. Who need it for the remainder and part of that and our goal this is a first. Step, our goal eventually is to be a cost re. School so, we. We like to think big. And this is one big step in the and even bigger direction Tell me how serious this problem. Is the notion that you. Have young doctors who are coming into the highest paying. Specialties and and not really necessarily going into the specialties that they might want to go into family medicine Yeah I, think it's actually two problems really the first is. Who are we scaring away from medicine in the first place who has a child is considering medicine. But sees that twenty one percent of private medical school graduates per example graduate with over three hundred thousand, dollars in debt might that. Person have been the person. Who goes on to, skew, discover a cure for breast cancer we don't know, who were missing and as, our job, is to get the very best patients for very very best doctors, for patients that's a loss of society, the other part is yeah there. Are people who wanna go into lower paid feels like research in pediatrics for example. On yet when they had the specter of three thousand dollars debt that's going to. Be looming, over them it has to give them pause so. While I'm not saying that it is? The only factor that causes resident decisions. It is definitely one of the factors and arguably one of the most important factors and honestly it's the lowest hanging fruit of all those factors so why would we not address that Let me finish. In just a few seconds we have left if I graduated last year with one, hundred ninety, thousand dollars in loans to pay on just miss. This great offer what would you say I would say that I wish we could have brought this, to. Market sooner but, we. Honestly bought, it as. Soon as we physically had the endowment to. Be able to support it Raphael Rivera is associate dean for admissions and financial aid at NYU medical school veterinary thanks a lot David, thank you a pleasure All? Right, it's time now for. Story core today we have an encore presentation of a story about. Courage on and off the battlefield.
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"We're just asking the question horn sharks, full grown horn shock averages three point three feet so let's not that big. Little baby then just put it in. A, bucket and wrapped it up he, wouldn't. Have gotten a whole lot, bigger so I guess he could've survived in aquarium home aquarium they're also fairly docile so the danger there you've got, that information Googled it Here's some. Google information that's kind. Of strange I'm not sure why. This happens twenty to forty thousand people. Every month Go on Google ask am I pretty No? Or am I Inviting facial recognition software. While here's what, happens in this. Case that is true the top link. On the search engine when you asked the question? Is, called pretty scale Lost in, two thousand eleven works. By analyzing photos to. Provide a number, from one to. One hundred ugly to peaceful it rates. You please far as whether or not you're ugly You're pretty If you could rate. Other people. That's right now. He does it give you a crewless tacky gives use that. To, bully well here's the. Part though you'll you brought up the facial. Recognition thing the Sipe was created by programmer. In Pakistan Pakistan his name is a keel initially supposedly started as a. Simple, site to prank co workers a joke but people on every month. Asking the question am I am I pretty It'll reach you I. Don't know Why? Anybody would care What a website thinks about, whether you're, uglier prettier wide lead, even ask the question. Lack of self confidence. I dunno strange though Of all. The things you how many how many of us are falling for that now getting ready to go do it hopefully nobody forget. I said it seven forty time for traffic and weather is we get you up. To date other drive in just, a second. I'll get. You up, today on the Dr. Raphael remain faithful to the iheart folks I didn't use it on vacation I promised I wouldn't I didn't but I, could have I could've sat there in the Outer Banks. Right. There on the ocean into Bob, and you Sharon for for Houston's Bonnie us kept up to, date on. What's going on now maybe you don't feel like taking maybe you want to break the news when you want formation that's. Fine but you find yourself outta town working on, a project, and you wanna know, what's.
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"The heat hot today heat index a hundred or better just east of atlanta is going to fuel miserable here two of the twenty percent chance of afternoon showers and a high of ninety three number two president trump tells the gop to fix immigration system at the capitol hill offers little clarity on the way forward jamie dupree says that the immigration calculus still uncertain in congress and number three the gpa besting three more officer involved shootings in metro atlanta forsyth county corporal doug rainwater says deputies killed his wife called a reporter domestic dispute the deputies realize also that at any moment that they may have to use deadly force to protect themselves and or anybody else inside that house six am the home invasion suspect killed after a swat standoff in dekalb county wbz news time is five fortyseven un ambassador nikki haley announces the us is withdrawing for the un human rights council so called human rights council cannot bring itself to address the massive abuses in venezuela in iran and it welcomes the democratic republic of congo the council ceases to be worthy of its name opponents say the move is counterproductive to advancing human rights it's the first time a countries voluntarily left the council south korea's foreign minister says there's cause for optimism on the peninsula we are expecting to see concrete action by north korea to live up to its complete denuclearization commitment in return for guarantees of its security she confirms joint military exercises with the us have been suspended to support the ongoing peace talks meanwhile north korean media reports kim jong hoon discuss plans for denuclearization during his meeting this week with chinese president gee while commemorating the abolition of slavery the church of dr martin luther king junior says it will continue its program purchasing freedom for nonviolent defendants baptist pastor dr raphael warnock says it's time to indicate bail for folks awaiting trial we are witnessing the criminalization of poverty the freedom day project put up five hundred dollars for la quinta smith when she.
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"Wanna is able to address as well so we have something that really works and it was discovered by this isreaeli researcher dr raphael michelin he was the first researcher to say what exactly is in marijuana plant no one ever investigated it so he started to investigate the components what are the the the constituents of this plant and through that discovery he found these molecules called canaveral is and he then tracked were they were going and that led to the discovery of this entirely new system of our body that's called a enter cannabinoid system so we make some of these molecules ourselves and some of them can be can be received into the body through plants and this was a revolutionary breakthrough because a whole new system of her body was created was discovered and we knew we didn't know existed and it's such an important system because the end to canal system is the major conductor of all the other systems of our body so it regulates the the immune system the entercom system the respiratory system the nervous system everything is under the control of the canal system which is why it's so important to make sure our system is nourished properly i'm i'm listening to you and i'm thinking wait a minute you're telling me which is what we've talked about forever that my brain i go to the gas station because my gas tank is empty and i fill up my gas tank in my car is very happy and i'm happy because i won't run out of gas and what you're sharing with all of us today is that your indo cannabinoid system may be filled to the top because of just who you are your your genes your genetic makeup whatever my endo cannabinoid system though is very low and needs to be filled and so i can take a non high product called cbd the canepa dial and that kind of odile can feel my tank if you will with the nutrients it needs so that i can run my life more effectively and efficiently as a human being that my stress levels change that that my anxiety if i suffer from is is going to be viewed differently that in some cases addiction changes the list goes on and you have written about all of the amazing benefits in your new book hemp health revolution the agency health benefits of.
nerdy things we have in common
"Hello time. and welcome to the covert podcast. Today we'll be talking about focusing on the things we have in common then wrestling podcast. I know you will love. Lastly, we'll take a look at a comic book that takes a dark twist on the biblical flood. So let's get started. From two thousand ten to twenty thirteen. I went to San Diego Comecon for those who no, I is the biggest con in America and maybe even in the world, I'm not exactly sure. However, it has an incredible amount of people that attend over one hundred and twenty five thousand people come to the con- and the all have the same passion for all things nerdy for one person. It might be the passion for superman for another. It might be an obsession with the twilight movies. Many of these people would sit for days in line to tend to panel for their favorite TV show or movie. The camaraderie was thick, and that's the case with most cons. We all have a commonality about what we nerd out about. Do I agree with all of them on social issues like abortion, no. Do I agree with them on political issues like Republican versus democrat? No, I agree with them on getting together and earning out about the lake. Marvel story arc, yeah, for some of them I do. So instead of name calling and insulting each other about the things we disagree on, why not focus on what we do agree on, find common ground and invest time in that, and you might be shocked at the other things you will find you do agree on. This allows both parties to listen to each other before the walls come up because now we're comfortable with each other on the things we have in common, and we like to nerd out about in today's era of polarization we seem to spend more time focusing on things we disagree on might just be one little thing instead of the things we have in common so much so that we won't even spend holidays like thanksgiving together because of those things we disagree about over at not your pastors podcast. They were talking about Christians being divisive about their political views so much so that members witness OSI it with with each other. Now you would think out of all the people Christians could unite regardless of political views. I'm sure I interact with many people who don't have the same worldview as I do not just at cons. I'm sure you do too. It doesn't matter because as long as we try to stay focused on the one or two things we have in common, whether it's fishing or baseball, or coin collecting football or podcasting, whatever it is focused on those things and spend time together doing those things that you have in common and the things you disagree on. Won't matter as much. Talk about the things you have in common. Tell stories about the things you have in common expound on what you have in common and nerd it up. Make your commonalities bigger than your differences. All the sudden you're differences. Don't seem so big compared to the size of the things that you have in common the impact you can have on other people. When you have a common focus can be huge. Use the nerdy things you like to unite instead of divide each other. For example. Maybe as a kid, you collected masters of the universe figures. Talk about that. Talk about the figures you had. Maybe the other person likes the same figures you had when you were a kid, maybe they had some of the same excess review did like castle gray scholar, snake mountain, or maybe they did different things to modify their figures that you might think are cool or maybe you did the modifications, whatever it is, talk about those things and tell about when I got this figure for Christmas, I was so excited or I got this figure at a clearance sale at stores and picked it up for only two dollars. Talk about those stories together. You'd be surprised at how well you can mash in connect with the person when you have that commonality so that when the differences come up, maybe it won't be so divisive because you'll be focusing on some of the things that you have in common with that person. Now, on a similar note, I read recently about people using dungeons and dragons to help kids with autism and social anxiety. People living with autism spectrum disorder, experienced challenges with communication. So social action, and sometimes they display restrictive and re repetitive behavior. Organizations like game to grow us tabletop role playing games to help teens, adolescence and emerging adults become more confident, creative and socially capable. The inherent benefits of tabletop role playing games are numerous and become even more beneficial. If intentionally facilitated by professional the games, encourage communication and team building in the fun safe environment. Now, Dr. Raphael Baca moslo I probably mispronounced the name. So I'm sorry in advance. The clinical director of take this uses DVD to help teens who are struggling to daft solid social skills. They learned those tough to teach aspects of socializing, like procreate communication, forming friendships, empathy, and other social nuances. As you can see unity in something like tabletop gaming, like dean D. Is being used to help those people in difficult places. In this situation, it helps others relax open up about what they're struggling with in the process. They inadvertently learn new skills on clued links to the game to grow organization and the take this group in the show notes. So please go to covert ner dot net to find out exactly what they're doing. You can see some of the pictures read about some of the gaming setups that they have and maybe participate in what they're doing in your local community. I found that and thought it was something that I needed to share because it's something taking something nerdy something we have in common and using it to help others. Now it's time to do some podcast recommending if you like wrestling in the eighties and nineties, like I did, you'll love the podcast something to wrestle with Bruce Prichard. It's hosted by Bruce pressured, also known as brother love in the WWF back in the late eighties, early nineties and superfan Conrad Thompson. As I mentioned, I was a big WWF fan from about eighty seven to ninety three. It's great podcasts because you can revisit those old storylines if that's the timeframe you liked. Now, I should preface Bruce Richard was involved from, I believe, eighty seven. So after wrestlemainia three and was off and on with WWF until I think two thousand three or two thousand four. So he covers a pretty big, broad span, broad span of time. Not just the time I'm talking about. So if you watched wrestling from the late eighties to early two, thousands, he has some firsthand accounts of what was going on. On behind the scenes and he's a fantastic storyteller. His impersonations of Vince McMahon are priceless. That's almost worth listening to the podcast alone to hear him to his impersonation of inst- McMahon, the popularity of this podcast skyrocketed so much. They have hundreds of thousands of downloads per episode. I highly recommend it for any race wrestling fan. They highlight wrestlers. They highlight some of the paper views the highlight some frames, so it's great. Just go check it out. They have a big archive that you can go back to. Sometimes they'll just fire up an old survivor series from say, nineteen Ninety-seven just watch it together and you can hear their commentary as they're watching the event. Lots of Riecke simply search in your podcast app for something to wrestle and you will find it and I'll put a link in the show. No, so you can find it easier as well. I wanted to mention a comic book that just read literally a few days ago called dark arc. It's by aftershocks comics. It is an excellent. Book and I'll just read the solicit here and you can hear exactly what it's about. The wickedness of mankind has moved the creator to destroy the world by way of the flood. Noah has been tasked with building an art to save his family in the animals of the world, but this is not. Noah story for darker powers have commanded the source or SRI to build his own arc and save the unnatural creatures of the world such as bam, Pires dragons, Nagara and the Mana core. But what will happen on a vessel crawling with monsters where insidious intrigue and horrific violence are the rule of law from the writer Colin Bunn who did X men blue deadpool envenom in artist, one DOE American monster world reader comes a sinister tale of biblical proportions that had to be told at aftershocks comics. Like I said, I've read issues one through five, five is what they're up to as of this recording. And I think the concept is fantastic. The storytelling is compelling, the artist. Great. Callin does a good job of keeping the story moving along at a good pace. However, he threw. Goes out a few bread crumbs of possible ways. He might take the story in later issues just enough to keep you reading and wondering what is going to happen happen next at issue five, the rain stops. Now I assume this would be a limited series run at first thinking about it. When I mean is you're probably not going to see this, go to issue three hundred, four hundred like some other titles do I could be wrong. They could go ahead and take the story after the land or excuse me after the water subsides and they can get back out on land and maybe show the interaction with the unnatural creatures with the humans on this new world that they came upon after the flood. I don't know, but I think it's definitely worth the time for you to pick this one up and check it out on clued. Lincoln the show notes to where you can read more about it and look at some of the art. It's shutout time if you'd like a shot on this podcast, that'd be more than glad to do shot out for you. Simply engage me on Twitter, Instagram. I'm on those two primarily, but I do have a Facebook page. You can also Eamon email me CNN at covert, nerd dot net, and that'd be glad shot out your name on the podcast for now I want to mention those who have engaged me on social media, Alex, and Jason at the not your pastors podcast. Also, Jamie Embry at the podcast called that one time I was abducted by aliens. Excellent podcast. Check him out. The green door podcast is a token podcast, had some interaction with those folks, and then Stephen S P at the better podcasting, podcasts, thanks guys. If you want to get a shot on the podcast, hit me up on social media or send me an email. Now I still am giving out a free Nate hamlet print to the first person who messages me on Twitter, Instagram simply message me the phrase Nate Hamill art, and I'll send it out to you. You do need to be eighteen to get this though, but only have one. So the first person that does that gets the art. So thank you for listening simply go to covert nerd dot net to find out how you can. Subscribe on apple or Android devices and found out how you can contact me there as well. All my social media links are there. I have a speak pipe link if you want to send me an audible message, that would be great too, or you can email me whatever you would like to do. So again, thanks for listening and we'll see you next time.
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"I get great comfort and knowing that just on the other side of the river basin there's a black man who was the pastor of ebony is a baptist church standing there with his arms folded as if to say to thomas jefferson did you really you mean what you said when you said what you said it's been a work in progress and very often it's the people on the margins who help us to understand what this democracy is all about and so i i think that this is a moment quite honestly as a post civil rights generation baby is someone born after dr king was assassinated i i stand with kind of on tiptoe anticipation of what we can become because people in my generation often imagine what we would have done if we lived back then through the sixties when we no longer have to ask that question the question is not what would we have done the question is what are we going to do and what kind of nation we intend to be right now the reverend dr raphael warnock is senior pastor at ebenezer baptist church in atlanta georgia the martin luther king junior national historical site dr warned president obama unforgettable quoted william faulkner and i quote him now the past isn't dead it isn't even past you're in the eye of the storm and it's a political racial and spiritual storm i thank you for your leadership your vision and i thank you for being with us on state of belief radio again thank you so much up next peter montgomery senior fellow at people for the american way and later the trump muslim ban is finally in front of the supreme court rabbi jack moline was at a wins day rally and we'll have a briefing for my name is muhamed gula executive director engage virginia jefferson why is it important that there are people have so many different faiths in front of the supreme court today and i think that today shows that we are able and willing as well better community i'm brianna legislative council for the human rights campaign it's important that the lgbtq community is here today because we are muslims we are impacted by this travel ban that trump has imposed on on our community we also as a member of the civil rights community oppose any islamaphobia any form of oppression brought forth by this administration if you miss any.
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"In effect psychological torture that's going on here but no one accepted that offer so it was it was quite regularly made how did the priest hold onto their faith when they're undergoing on his twitter physical mental and spiritual torture the answer to that i think would vary from one individual to another many of them in their memoirs talk about how this experience actually deepened their faith that when they were in a situation where they no longer had beautiful buildings to celebrate the mass in beautiful art and architecture that we see it with european churches and cathedrals but that was gone and the respect they enjoyed in their communities and this kind of thing when this was gone their concept they felt that they were contemplating the faith in a much pure way and they talk about the way in which this really deepens their experience in that they understand what it is to rely upon god in a way that they didn't before we're going to explore that topic some more and also look at it the heroic actions of some of the priests of dot cal after this break you're listening to catholic baltimore our guest is dr eileen lion a hit history professor at state university of new york at fredonia we'll be back in a moment catholic news from the archdiocese of baltimore and around the world but the catholic review the reverend dr raphael g were not invited those attending an interfaith accu medical prayer service april twelfth at the cathedral of mary our queen and homeland to join hands with those near them as all of the nearly full cathedral did so archbishop william e laurie joined hands with baltimore mayor catherine pugh and baltimore police commissioner daryl desouza while seated in.
"dr raphael" Discussed on KKAT
"Existed one example when i worked at concerned women for america we litigated a case against the seminole county florida school district in 1985 the officials at the middle school they're remove the song silent night and hannukah dance from the middle school choir concert on the objection of one perent officials that another school say district stop the second greater from passing out me christmas cards homemade christmas cards to her classmates because they had a sticker of jesus on them another middle school the pta sponsored a contest to decorate the christmas doors to students were selected from each class to create the art will one classroom they chose the nativity scene of jesus birth the teacher order to removed because of perceived establishment clause concerns well that's just not right the students can do that and it's okay and they laws but this is the kind of stuff the aclu is filed numerous lawsuits to suppress public exurban ces of christmas starting way back in the '70s and they filed many many lawsuits to try to stop it in public school city halls and other government entities and and yet they they act like this has never happened this stuff happens to them it's a happens every year so people are responding to something that's really happened and for that supposedly trump is doing a dog whistle for white nationalists what do you think eight four four dig chad get you onboard the program eight four four dig chad and i also want to get you the very latest on what the fbi says they can and cannot confirm on that so called russian dossier it's coming up my name's greg nap infra chad benson on the chad benson show i'm dr raphael from ceca and this is a healthier you there is a heightened interest in the price of cancer drugs as i don't call gist i understand that there is a natural tension between what is perceived as a proper price.