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"emmanuelle" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Remember the time but you know just just under three hours and said i've lost seventeen minutes in a few years and Did you feel it that surprise. You said yeah. That really surprised me. Because i still found out was running as fast as normal so you know still had the wind in his hair they still had those those sensations of running but he had lost time but he said that he didn't lose as much time as he might have done did not transform this training. But it's really the cairn attention. They paid through their bodies That was really quite remarkable so they still trade and when i asked them why did all this and why iran they said i run to run a few of them said i run to run. And what the men's by that is that they wear treating our bodies in effect as physical capital. If we use board use conceptualization that is you know the material to to gain and legitimacy in the social field of running and by continuing to run in some ways they wear continuing to at the. We're giving themselves Legitimacy to self label as as runners so the running itself was functional for continuing to run despite the fact that they were aging and that some of them had quit substantial health problems And sustaining the identity of a runner. Exactly yes so so that the was you know a labor of identity making identity negotiation which still prevailed and that included also in relation to their spaces having to continue justifying to their spanish. That still This was their space and they weren't going to to compromise on that and the spouses start questioning that. Why are you still running. Something that came up so i didn't get that sense. Were two men who caused me to pause. In fact i went and interviewed one of the guys whose wife was there. These people were in their seventies by. Then she i have to say that she looked considerably older than him and i thought she was going to leave the room as the interview started but she stayed and we were in the living room just off the kitchen and i really could bring myself to sing to harm. Could you leave night please. I was in her home and she seemed really engaged. So i thought why okay. What will leave our here. Well i won't say anything and then we'll see Say tonight actually enrich the interview. I would say because at some point she said to me. I thought that when he retired from his job because this man of the sea worked fulltime for the railways that it would be able to go on holiday to places other than places where races where organized like new york. You know in of of europe in balmy our claims and she said when he retired from his job that she thought he would retire from running and then could start going elsewhere while there is no happened on country. He redoubled is involvement with running. Had more am so. She was really disappointed but she she put up with it. Edgy seemed very supportive. Was another man whose whose wife. I think his running was a real source of tension with his wife and he defied har- by continued to run. But i think she was really really fed up with it so this had definitely had to be negotiated One runner did say to me..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Had to lower the age limit for women to forty-eight because i was actually struggling to find as many women as men who had been running long distance for over fifteen years and there is a reason for that i was too early on aware of the history of running in particular long distance running in relation to gender or class that madison. There's obviously a class dimension to to running and track and field. Athletics and i became aware that at the point that i was catching women. I was trying to recruit women. I was actually trying to recruit from a cohort of people who would have been excluded from long distance running so women were excluded from distance running from nineteen twenty eight to until well until the first olympic marathon in nineteen eighty-four and in l. a. And i was oblivious to this so so really women had been able to start running long distances in the late seventies early eighties and the introduction of city marathons in i work in scotland so in scotland it would have been the glasgow. Marathon was really quite a turning point in encouraging allowing but also encouraging women to take up long distance running. So that's why i had to change my entry criteria for women. Yeah on many people are surprised to hear about this history because now it's kind of forgotten that it's such a reason thing that women were actually allowed to take part and compete exactly and actually still has an impact today you know if we look at participation rates men still dominate athletic pursuits especially beyond adolescence in adult foods. You know women have a Primary cares children's so they have less time but it's not just a question of time. It's also a question of giving yourself permission to invest the time and the effort to have what we might call a running career. I don't mean by this professional career but simply an involvement assyria steady involvement in sports which is fairly time consuming..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"On the official announcement right. Now he's ready to play in the nfl. And he's the starting quarterback of the jacksonville jaguars equally everyone at hello. When he ran away from the ohio states defense not last year. Two years ago to he might have been ready to play in the nfl. The minute that he actually came into the world very likely. I mean just the herald own. It's too soon though. When when's it gonna be. Are they going to. They're going to say we're gonna have to see some See how he looks in. Preseason here we go how long how long how long. How long can they keep. This up does question. Does he start the first preseason game. Oh that he yeah. He's got to he's got to does he. They're gonna go so far. Say let's give you the first shot because he's gotten the reps. I mean by the way august fourteenth against the browns who start off. come on. it's key please please please. I mean how far can you take and urban. He's got a coach him. He's got a coach him. He's got a coach. You're my understanding on. I literally had a lot of fun now for six straight minutes. He's got a coach and he's got to coach them hard and he's gonna make mistakes and urban is gonna look him in the eye and basically telling what the hell is going to be. Those moments varies be those moments. Of course but i mean how long will they keep up the sham. Like is there a is there. Like how long can they keep it up. Okay so they play name a star after the first preseason game against the browns right and then nine days later even possible is even start. Nine days later they play the saints on august twenty third and then six days later they finish up the preseason and the cowboys. Let me tell you something. Nobody's gonna play in that final game. Nobody i mean he might not even play in that game so we jam straight gluten gonna play. Yeah and dak won't see the field. Would you think they're gonna run the risk of having him get hurt just right before the season i mean. We don't forget how dock became a quarterback of the cowboys. Yeah her in the preseason police. The you won't third preseason game is is going to be now like the fourth preseason game and you're going to give you guys two weeks off and you're going to see who's gonna make the team it's just gonna it's gonna it's just gonna make that fourth preseason game process the third preseason game and if you wanna get trevor lawrence ready for the houston texans you damn straight. You're going to give all the reps against those fire. Breeders on defense from the new orleans saints damn straight. You're gonna give him that wraps and you gave them all reps in the first preseason game he can too but you really think they're gonna walk that tight rope and just say your gardeners earned the right. He's been the guy here who went and lost fifteen straight games when we didn't bench him at us. Trevor lawrence trevor wouldn't be here if it wasn't for u gardner you've earned this start week one week. One gardner out there. Oh baby i've ever secondhand long. Can they keep it up. Second preseason game after that we'll we'll urban keep us guessing before we won. Keep the texans on a pins and needles. How long could it go. This is impressive. This is your authorized the president. You know what this is like. This is like a kramer and the car salesman going as long as they can that little tank gas you know. This is like mike davis on my fantasy team last year. Like the miracle. Hannukah the maccabi fantasies. like how. How long can the oil keep burning. We're seeing it again right now. With story this is impressive. Impressive impressive about we got july and we still don't know we still do not know about trevor lawrence. It's a big mystery. Rogers who's gonna start week one. Those the two biggest mysteries in the nfl. Who's a starting quarterback for green bay in week one and starting quarterback the jaguars. I'm i'm on the edge of my seat and we par leg gardner minshew and love. Let's try and get as many phone calls as we can. Here mike in east lansing michigan. What's up mike rich. How you doing first time concert for you similar to yours. I saw chicago at the pine knob. You being a you going to michigan up. I know it so it was actually their twenty fifth anniversary. Was my for show. And i'll see my sixty chicago. Show this year sixtieth six. Oh the pizza. Tears still hit the high notes. Or is he not there anymore no. He's left their long gone. Eighty five quila all. That's right that's right. That's right that's right. I think i might have seen him on his final tour. Actually boy sixty chicago. Sohn's wow thanks for the call. Man pine knob. I remember that place. Big time Mike an austin texas. You're here the rich eisen show. What's up all right I concert seattle center coliseum. it would become keyarena. It was a hot summer night. In seventy seven or seventy eight z. z. Top i was twelve. Thirteen and my brother was five years. Older is five years older. Yeah he has long hair and he looked a little shady and his buddies were for sure. Very sketchy so. They were all worried about smuggling in their bag. A weed so brainstorm resulted in cookie under my mariners expansion mariners expansion mariners hat If you went to act like a fresh face little leaguer that was their thing so we finally climbed up our seats. All the way up in the three hundred section and i'd probably take it off my hat at least a couple of times because he was so outside.

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's a very high road answer. I appreciate that but it does. It does seem to me though that your team relishes the competition against the los angeles dodgers. Would that be a safe assumption. Johanna percent yeah. They're really good team. You know whenever we play them both teams are bringing their a game and I feel like every game play against some. It's a wonder. I'm game in the ninth and somebody's on base and the tying or winning runs at the plate. And you know somebody's always making a big play on either side so Okay what are you guys talking about in your clubhouse these days jay krona worth of the san diego padres here on the rich eisen show. What are you guys talking about in your clubhouse these days about the pitchers being checked for all these substances. What's the what's the general sense of what you and your teammates who it's a crazy time your game and you know. The league made the decision this past monday to check the pitchers coming off. And you know it's just kinda. Were at different guys who have different opinions on it and you know it's just one of those things i don't know how long it's gonna last but For right now. This is kind of the state of our game. What is your opinion on. Jake yeah you know good and bad you know i think You know guys throughout the history of baseball news in it and Yeah that's really it. I mean you know now. I think maybe guys took a little too far and we're kind of where we are now but You know. I'm sure we'll try to do something to even the playing field out here in the future in the next couple of years so How do you feel as a hitter. Then jake 'cause the the we've heard from peter lonzo of the mats we've heard from others or saying let let some of these guys have something because i don't wanna get hit by a pitch. Do you ascribe to that jake owner. I guess i've never really thought about it like that Were guys were using it to maybe not goes but You know i will say some guys pitches have been really really good. This year. pitchers have been really good. And i think that's a testament to them to just getting really good in the offseason but We'll see how now that they're getting checked. They're not allowed to use it. How their stuff turns out for the rest of the season. J cronin worth here on the rich eisen show How much better do you think you can get. Jake what do you need to improve on. What are you. are you take that. Approach what he got from either. I think the biggest thing for me during the year during the offseason is just getting as good as i can on the defensive side of the ball We got a really good starting pitching staff in a really good bullpen. So anything. I can do to help those guys out as much as i can to keep us in a game. That's that's kinda my main goal. Okay and then Wearing that chain as much as possible. Jake how heavy is that. how so it looks heavier or it is heavier than it actually looks It right. it's pretty heavy. So is that solid gold or something like that offers that i don't know what's in it i haven't asked what's in it okay but it is. It is pretty heavy. The hood ornament on manny. Machado is car is that what could afford that with his latest contract. Antiques i mean is up. Is that what that is. I think i think they can afford it. Okay who picks up the tab for dinner now that maybe you're you're going to start doing that sort of thing. Does that with does that. I guess you know has got the biggest contract. So i think he's on the hook for that long now does he. Does he have is that where he is. He like that geico commercial where he's got alligator arms reaching for the check or what is he wrong about it earlier before the season when he signed know. He's picking up that check now that he's got the biggest contract so Okay now hold. I just i. I was unaware about this fact. Just was whispered into my ear by My producer mike hoskins. Did you strike out. Mookie betts earlier this year. Jake did that happen. Did you do that did that. Yeah what happened. See you've got used to do it. You've got it right. Oh it was a extra in a game. I think it was the twelfth inning of of The second game. We played them this year. Yes and cory seger had led off the inning with the two run homer and then somebody else had hit a an rbi double So they had gone up three or four runs and we. We had no pitching left for. We just been because we played super close game. I we had no pitching the rest of that game so we had a mom visit. And i'm looking in the bullpen. And nobody was getting up and they just said hey. You're in the game. You're pitching dollars first guy. The first guy grounded out to first base. I forgot to cover first base. So he's got a hit and then david price ended up hitting a sack. Fly off me right and Me not covering first base lobby the facebook. I look striking him out. How would you strike him out on. You remember just a thinker. I think he was a little surprised that i threw that in your bag. You didn't think you had your. There's no scouting report on you. Right on pitchers me find. There wasn't so it's been a. It's been two years since i pitched so okay. All right so you deepen your bag man. I like it all right. That's great did you start off the mound like at least or no you staring down. She give him a little stair. Ally girardi staredown. They'll smashers or staring for the ball from victor carrying teeny immediately. Because i knew. I wanted that going worse. Where's the ball now. is it home. You got the ball out of all them my locker authenticated everything damn straight lewke to sign it trying to beat him. He's trying to beat him. It's still cool just trying to beat him. You're trying to be otani of the national league's what you're trying to do. That's guys guys unbelievable right. I mean and and i guess again front row seat in of what. How do you got a good feeling here. I mean 'cause i it comes to television set. You know slam. Diego you know And then this year it just feels like you guys have some momentum with the padres jake quite frankly playing playing really good right now. I think we had a really tough road trip before. We came back home This this past weekend against the reds and then that first night opening opening reopening night with all full stadium posner hits a game tying two run. Homer and caring teeny hits. Walk off two run homer. I think that just kind of jump started everything for would it be provocative to have the victors as a walkup song to the plate. Jake or is that to per is at two provocative and major league baseball task. I don't even need to have it as a walkup song about once or twice a home. Stand after one of my hits. They'll play the the. Victors do the stadium after one of my head. That's great this is great. We just need a win against ohio state number five. I was hoping you said that. That's all we need. We just got one all the amount of crap that i take man because the nfl the nfl is filled with players from the ohio state. And it is a. It's been a rough. Go of it for me jake on. I mean to complain and bitch and wine to you know. Kind of strength coach for our team. Went to house stakes. I hear about all these jake..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Plus actress Emmanuelle Shriek, e Your phone calls and more. And now it's a rich. I said, Everybody welcome this edition of the Rich Eisen show. We're live here in Los Angeles, California where we've got a Western Conference finals going on. Um and, uh and good to see you over there. Chris Brockman, How are you over there? Having a man Mr Feller in for Del Tufo? That's doing something somewhere. Good to see you. How are you? How are you guys? Laugh about that? I honestly don't know. Hey, I got some. I got something to I'm gonna go. Go for it. He's on his boat. He's on the boat. Wonderful. T. J. Jefferson. Good to see you here on this Friday. Um, in June. The covers want to smoke, Richard. So I'm saying we want to smoke here. I don't want to. I don't think you know. Listen, I heard you just say what you what I'm saying. I don't know what to make of any of this anymore. I don't either. I have no idea what to make. It was a weird game last night. Weird flow. I don't know if it was the early started with six p.m.. In Los Angeles yesterday, which is a weird time for games Start. Booker's got a mask on Chris Paul hasn't played in two weeks. And then the question is, it's like, you know, did Paul Was he vaccinated or not? I mean, did he get it and have symptoms or not? That he Did you have a close contact or not? Like what the hell was that all about? And I, you know, I know everybody's health is their own private matter, But it kind of is something that We want, you know, and and then he misses the first two games of the series, and they win both. Then he returns and they lose it right, right, right. And there's no LeBron and there's no Steph Curry, and there's no Kevin Durant and there's no Kyrie Irving and there's no James Harden and anybody can win it. I mean, anybody can win it. I know you kind of pooh poohed me saying the heart. I mean, I think I don't have a shot. You think their fourth on the list of the four remaining teams for I think I'm gonna be on. I'm gonna basically shrugged, Um Oh, these are the shrug. Emoji NBA playoffs. I have no idea. Absolutely. The Clippers, um, can win it all. Why the hell not? I mean, You can't Sharpie their game four win, but this is what they do. They fall down in an 02 hole, and then they come out of it. Third straight series in which they've won a Game three in which they lost games one and two. And each of the times that they won Game three. They went on to win Game four. And we know that they traded wins and losses on each other's courts in the Dallas first round series. But the Clippers won four straight after losing the first two. Against the Jazz..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You attended a clippers. Game with zeke attack house dak backers. The rich eisen show earlier on the show well year. Nba veteran rex chapman. Audrey shortstop j cronin worth still to come actress. Emanuelle streaky your phone calls and more and now you're rich is our number. Three of the rich eisen show is on the air. Pleased to be with you. Here on this This friday rex chapman was in our number one. And we were talking with him about his former teammate. Jason kidd being mentioned With a hot rumor that the mavs were were thinking of naming him the next head coach of the team. And he's like that would be incredible. Incredible for the mavericks. Incredible for luke being credible for jason kidd and. Guess what happened last hour. Jason kidd became the new head. Coach of the dallas mavericks. We spoke with mark jones. Espn Who's in town to call the western conference finals for espn radio. We went down memory lane. Great stories about stuart scott and huby brown and bill walton and mark jones Who predated my tenure at espn by six years emmanuel's schricke on the program An hour number three. We'll ask her the question that we've been talking about all show which so your first concert and wear because my first concert that i ever saw was in nassau coliseum which could close tonight if the lightning close out the islanders although that game is in tampa that would mean that there would be no more hockey games in nassau calcium. So we'll ask that of emmanuel streaky. Eight four four two full riches. The number of chris brockman. Do you remember hal morris. The player homework. I do remember. Remember chris sabo remember barry larkin member. Gm you remember do absolute Do you remember derek. Jeter doing now took me one. What do these people all have in common. They went to the university of michigan derek. Didn't he was going to you. Had a hall of fame. Perfect claiming the merchant career if you claim him anyway for michigan hello yes and i claim this man. San diego may claim this man. I claim him. I claim this. I claim that the amount of delight he gave me watching them. go on. This run may come so close to winning college world series title in two thousand nineteen and then watching him do what he's doing right now for the san diego padres We're not talking about fernando tatis junior or manny machado. Talk about jake frigging kroening right here on. The rich is your jake. How's that for an introduction. You yeah you're doing awesome. I will say that you are doing awesome. How how how are you. How about that. How are you doing jay crow north man. I'm great this is It's been an awesome home. Stan and year so far and i'm just happy news. Full crowds back in the stadium right. That must be and it. Just you know Just seeing the crowds back in and seeing how people are are in the stands watching you and the rest of your teammates and how thrilled they are to see how. You are performing. What is it. Like to bat in between tattoos and manny machado. Jake like i don't know it's I don't know whose idea was to put me there. Don't even know. I belong in that spot but it's been pretty special. Those guys are pretty special to play with to so well. I mean awesome. Look i mean you're you're put the that's a serious responsibility. It stretches the lineup. Obviously it extends the lineup. And plus you know you're needing to protect somebody in front of you is protecting you know The person behind you as well. So what what What do you. What have you seen better pitches. What what has it been like for you. Jake i think the biggest difference is you know when the lineups a little more spread out. And if lefty righty lefty righty. You know maybe you might get one extra radio. That bullpen to face taty humanity but Maybe see lefty. So that's really the only difference. You guys are pitching. They're gonna pitch today's game. And i think that's kind of how the whole league's doing it and What is it like In your clubhouse these days performing. Obviously you're you're you're in a very deep end of a pool in the national league west What do you guys talk about when you think of your common goals. Do you guys talk. World series like openly in your clubhouse know i wouldn't say openly have have some guys are team who've been there and won the world series so i know what it takes but You know. I think. I think everybody's goal is just to win each day and You know we're playing our best. Our best baseball at the end year. I think everybody knows what we can do all right. I've been dancing around the question. That i really want to ask you straight up jay. Kona awards how how does going to the greatest institution of higher. Learning earth helped you and becoming a major league baseball star. Jake now is that you know what. I'll i'll tell you. I get a lot of crap about it in the locker. Because i'm one of the only guys on the team that went to college But i tried to tell him. Michigan's the greatest to ever just so right Guys they'll have to experience for themselves. That well i mean we're one. Why would you get crap for going to michigan jake. I don't i don't i don't i talked about it a lot and a lot of people who go to michigan. Talk about it a lot because it is so great. Yeah that's why we annoy people. Jake i mean that's why we annoy everybody when we talk about. How terrific. It is But they give you crap fort in your club a little bit but i mean i guess in all seriousness than i had your your run to the college world series title. Help you prepare for these moments for you right now. Well i actually wasn't on that team. I was on the team. Fifteen that won the big ten championship and and We ended up losing in the regional louisville. So you've super special so you you closed out. Did you close out a big ten championship. Jake did you get on the mound and close one out back in the good. Yeah i actually think. I say all four games in that conference tournament you so let me ask you this question. Jade corner with when it all comes down to it Can you come out of the pen can jayce. Tingler badger the baseball at some point. I like to think that can I think i might need a couple of months to get ready to to be back to like what i was. And when i was pitching in two thousand But i think if if we had nobody left and it was a last resort. I think i could do it. Come on now. How how fast could you touch right now. Jake if given the brain. Now i don't know about right now I would like to say in the low to mid nineties but all okay Jake cronin worth here on the rich. Eisen show How much do you enjoy homering. Off of trevor. Bauer that question. What do you think. I enjoy marine whenever i can because i i don't get too many of them but You know those guys are really good so any chance you can hit a homer off a really good arm It's always fun okay. I like that..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on KCRW

"For me, Emmanuelle Kennedy says about 22 million people in 60 countries took part in last summer's protests in the United States alone about 7750 demonstrations happened so you could go anywhere last summer without hearing the phrase black lives matter. Americans of all Stripes heard the messaging to, he says, and many responded even if they didn't put out a sign or agree with the actions of protesters. Brian posting is a white 61 year old who lives in suburban Olathe, Kansas. I'm sure there's some police brutality out there and then honestly, I do believe that blacks are treated differently than whites and Just riding like just more aware of it, But I don't think that's the cure. Cindy Coleman is white and lives with her family in suburban Mission Hills, Kansas. She's encouraged by some of the things she's seen since Floyd's killing. We go to a protest. We read. I listen to manual. Ah, Chou talk about his uncomfortable conversations with the black man. You try to educate yourself. You put a sign in your yard. But Knows that enough 76 year old Barbara Johnson is black and has never protested. But she did put a sign in her front yard on Kansas City's East side. Now don't get me wrong, my sisters they did the marching and stuff. I'm a long patient. Plus, I got bionic, please, so that you despair of me those kinds of things because I am the one that's most active in the community, She says Lasting change may be difficult. It starts through more contact and more familiarity across racial lines for NPR news. I'm Luke Martin in Kansas City..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

asymmetrical haircuts

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

asymmetrical haircuts

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

"Cease for peace and we are here to remind them that is not an option like liberia as international obligations prosecute international crimes and can quickly what we saw so is the start of cooperation of liberia off. Trial like like for the first time alot foreign security to investigate war crimes burial so this was a few years ago started like that and now we have these groundbreaking case where does a jubilant massacre trial would be heard in liberia. This is this is. This is really incredible and we are very grateful that this change and now i think to eighteen like we have seen console. Different conference is being built. And i think the last step was in two thousand nineteen. It was like the bar association draft a bill for the sitting up of a walk from caught in liberia. And so it's talked with the covid situation and everything but there is really like a huge movement taken by by the librarians. Themselves like seeing what is happening abroad and now it's bought and maybe now it's time to do something in liberia. can i. also you musser to help us kind of spoil back a little bit. Because we've mentioned already that you were a commissioner on the the truth and reconciliation commission. That did a huge amounts were coming. Four years worth of intensive work hearing from all kinds of different witnesses about what happened and i know positive recommendations. Were for a war crimes tribunal which hasn't happened yet and many other different recommendations but could you just give us a bit of an insight into how that trc waugh's received the time. I mean do people actually wanted to happen or were. They a bit annoyed by what you were doing. Or how did it feel in liberia. Doing is polarized on all different fronts on the ethnic and says the war happened. You have liberians who us. Sunlight beers are still loyal to the former factions in the owned waller's and then have liberians being part of is on the political front. You have liberians. Who will support a particular precedent for example oil particular government for example. And then you have civil society on the other hand than wants something something else. So we operate with team that atmosphere of massive of the country and and then also who who elect at the extreme end of the poverty. Line that we didn't think a see who served the interests because the issue was well. Our families have been killed. Our winners have been taken away from us. I said seattle to help. The woman who has eight children feed children who husband has been killed heist..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

asymmetrical haircuts

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

"The new generation liberia is reacting to that as massa said like we're weedy so shift of paradigm in liberia. It's as if the justice need to get out of liberia to combat in nigeria and this is also sang to people reported about the trials at the discussion. Reopened my by about jesse's and we saw like really started by the radio starting discussion about it with the first royal. Okay discussion about but this is possible. So if it's possible abroad why not in liberia and for us he has. He had direct impact in terms of security like at first the documentation process was really hidden a more. I'm on we have people coming forward even about crumbs that they have suffered like we can do outreach. Up any in the diplomacy adagietto troops going in a different counties of liberia to discuss the jungle. Jabba trial for example. And the fear shift from the victims to the average trader. And we can see that the changes in the political position and we had. I had no discussion about accountability. Now each change too. Well if you have just his but what about peace so it seems that now is the former perpetrators tried to kennel for trade just cease for peace and we are here to remind them that is not an option like liberia as international obligations prosecuting international crimes and can quickly what we saw so is the start of cooperation of liberia off. Trial like like for the first time alot foreign security to investigate war crimes burial so this was a few years ago started like that and now we have these groundbreaking case where does a jubilant massacre trial would be heard in liberia. This is this is. This is really incredible and we are very grateful that this change and now i think to eighteen like we have seen a different conference is being built and i think the last step was in two thousand nineteen it was like the bar association draft a bill for the sitting up of a walk from caught in liberia. And so it's talked with the covid situation and everything but there is really like a huge movement taken by by the librarians. Themselves like seeing what is happening abroad and now it's bought and maybe now it's time to do something in liberia. Can i also ask you to help us back a little bit. Because we've mentioned already that you were a commissioner on the the truth and reconciliation commission. That did a huge amounts were coming. Four years worth of intensive work hearing from all kinds of different witnesses about what happened and i know positive recommendations. Were for a war crimes tribunal which hasn't happened yet and many other different recommendations but could you just give us a bit of an insight into how that trc waugh's received the time. I mean do people actually wanted to happen or were. They a bit annoyed by what you were doing. Or how did it feel in liberia. Doing is polarized on all different fronts on the ethnic brand and says the war happened. You have liberians who us. Sunlight beers are still loyal to the former factions in the owned waller's and then have liberians being part of is on the political front. You have liberians. Who will support a particular precedent for example oil particular government for example. And then you have civil society on the other hand than wants something something else. So we operate with team that atmosphere of massive of the country and and then also who who elect at the extreme end of the poverty. Line that we didn't think a trc will served the interests because the issue was well. Our families have been killed. Our winners have been taken away from us as the irish going to help. The woman who has children feed children who husband has been killed heist..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

asymmetrical haircuts

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

"As i left. When i left an engaged community in other friends of liberian community and every time they were trying to define accountability in because there are some light. Must who were saying well okay. He's being tried but he's he's not being tried for what happened in liberia. He's not being tried for crimes. Committed by beaver. He's being tried for his immigration of fraud. That's taking place here and then go back and try to set the entire trial aggressive by. Yes but look is because of his war crimes. That's a that's why he's going to be convicted and when he was convicted. And i said listen if it wasn't that fall for x. y. z. And having victims actual victims foon over here in court to testify was extremely compelling. Is the therefore. Do you think a sense. But now we can look back and we can do something. Ominous of these trials really forcing a change of opinion amongst the broader liberian community. Yeah absolutely infrasonic. One is dead was if it's actually broken debt cloud invincibility that surround. Perpetrator is because nothing has been done for so long. And in the case of you see many of the male prostitute us in wallows are government officials. There actually leaders of the country so victims have failed. Very new have not been happy. They're not to give a justice so to actually see this cloud of events ability taken away from from from us in this lab says lot and then also at this time what it did was it actually ended the the argument for war crimes school for liberia so even does liberians. Who are sitting defense before who didn't think it was possible for so many reasons they have not join the fight because the thing is possible. Now is more possible. Now that's how i feel. It seemed that a walks called for lybia is more possible than imagine and this new issue of gabrielle massacre been tried portrait of his tribesmen chiklis insert new and also in liberia. That is a new high for the extent of of the hope dilemmas. Now have for justice for war victims so actually this is a new day is a new unions emmanuel. I wanted to ask you about the changes. These trials have made for local partners..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

asymmetrical haircuts

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

"Before the the tribune waseda documented preserves evidence and thanks to his those evidence preserved detroit. Where possible to happen. So they're discussing the decided well even if there is now no political will in liberia to prosecute international crimes. We have to preserve those stories. We have to call this information because maybe one day something would be possible and when we started the do commission process. We realized that some of the perpetrator identify where in liberia and nothing was possible to do but some of them were abroad because have been like a travel and then we realized that there is something to do and we decided okay. Let's to use whatever tools it's possible to bring justice to the library and victims menu. Talk about any means necessary. Something strikes me from this kind of way of approaching. It is that for example. We've got immigration fraud. We've got people who aren't necessarily librarian but played a role in the liberian civil war. So i mean really looking for any possible chink. Any possible way forward on these cases. This is exactly what is happening is there is no just for years and years to civil war is is try to do something new to now. Use any tool. So we started with extra-territorial casey's so we know now that most of the european and western countries can prosecute international crimes if the beverage of the crimes either on their territory like even if the crime had been abroad very similar as yet so. This is how we started with our first case like in september. Two thousand fourteen. We add martina. Johnson arrested in belgium. Then we had adia sha november two thousand fourteen in switzerland. Then we had agnes taylor in the uk in june two thousand seventeen and we had coon deed in france into eighteen. And debris massacre in march two thousand and twenty. So this is one of the tool. We use extraterritorial jurisdiction and then as you mentioned. We use also immigration case. We all know that when we go to the us we all have to fit in this more cards. Like have you ever committed war crimes and you say yes or no end seems very cb but this is what a basically was the idea to be used because fraud immigration. Fraud is a crime in the us so this was used to trial jangle jabba and tomas way you and i think we'll discuss that in more details. But he was for us like another way to try to to to bring a case in getting liberia war and of course for the immigration cases the first one where bit doubtful like because it's teen and immigration case but to prove the offense we had to flu The witnesses and victims to the us to talk about the reality of the war crimes happen and and for us it was important these Would this have an impact for the victims. And would this at this says niimi gration cases or with that as just like a criminal case and that the field that they have some interest so this is something that we had we debrief hoops the victims and witnesses and them just the opportunity to stand in front of a judge to tell their story. Those was a form of reparation. Even if it was an immigration case. And i think for us What was he too so important. Not only to win those cases but to make sure that the affected communities were aware of what was going on in other countries and this is where we make sure that you we had joe ninety librarian. Journalists were present during the trial in who are present and try to do outreach campaign to bring back the reality of the cases abroad back to liberia..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

asymmetrical haircuts

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

"From a bear today we are tackling one of the fruits of universal jurisdiction. The explosion in the number of trials. All over the world. That deal with the horace if the first liberian civil war it essentially spend the nine hundred ninety s and a quarter of a million people died. These trials are real phenomenon up until recently we'd only had the liberian president. Charles taylor this special court for sierra leone. Where he hasn't tried for anything actually did in liberia. We've got now. Finland were gabriel mccoy. Koi is on trial for murder. Rape and using child soldiers in berea while he was commander in the revolutionary united front. The he wasn't prosecuted by the special court before because he was one of the inside witnesses. Also this month in switzerland at the federal criminal court in the city of belen zona. We have the trial of allieu. Kosheh a former commander of the united liberation movement of liberia for democracy. An armed group whether we may better known by the acronym of ulimo kasha is first liberian to be put on trial for alleged war crimes committed during the first civil war and further back. We have jungled jabber. That was his toge- in the united states in philadelphia. He was convicted of lying on his asylum. Request so immigration. Ford basically about being commander in ulimo in the rebel group and how he was responsible for murder torture sexual slavery child soldiers to examine this trend of universal jurisdiction trial for liberian crimes and to give us insight in how these cases are playing back. Home we are joined by a minimum of sean from the swiss and jokes. He vetos maxima high emmanuel. Hello happy with hugely emmanuel is the head of the legal unit and senior legal counsel and that means that she's kind of the legal strategist and she'll tell us how much work goes into the research and development of these cases and bringing a suspect the attention of local governments and law enforcement and what kind of advocacy. She needs to do to push them forward. And we also have massa emilia washington. She's a former commissioner of the liberia truth commission and a former award winning journalist high buster. I guys matter observed the jungle jabber trial in her current home in philadelphia. And we're going to be asking her about that also about the results and maybe through some moves towards maybe some pressure towards war crimes tribunal in liberia. How this new rash of prosecutions is being seen by new generation. The new generation who didn't actually experience the civil war themselves but first we're going to go back to immanuel and can you explain a bit. The cases that are happening and what role is keeping us maxima playing in them. So i would say that everything started by the meeting of two persons of analogy actual director of civitas maxima and assembly with the girl for sister organization. The robot justice research project so alan was a prosecutor special could for sierra leone and emit assan told him about the leg of accountability neighborhood country liberia. And fact i've been to severe one. Nothing happen and and also in mine is experience in cambodia where it was a lawyer for the victims of the khmer rouge regime. Where in cambodia the end you are an important role in the documentation of of the war. So you had one ngo called dc cam lou yours..

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Biden Transition Team Has Chicago Connection

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Transition Team Has Chicago Connection

"Chicago connections and President elect Joe Biden's Cabinet and transition team. One of the names being batted around former Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Mayor Lightfoot was asked about Emmanuelle possibly being tapped today. I really don't have any opinion about that. Former Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr Julie Morita has been appointed to Biden's Corona Virus Task Force fighter

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Susie Dent had to apologize after her new book, Word Perfect was Blank had all sorts of typos. Exactly right. Roxanne. Susie Dent, who also happens to be the honorary vice president of the Chartered Institute of Editing and Proof. Reading, says that the errors were the result of her publisher using an early draft of the manuscript she promised to reprint would be ever free or her name isn't sushi, damp? I'd like to think that she spelled word W e ar d bill. How did Roxanne do on our quiz? She's off to an early start. Roxanne, seven, right. 14 more points. She now has total of 16. All right, begin. You're up next fill in the blank. On Tuesday, President Trump said he was suspending a blank talks until after Election Day covert relief right On Thursday, President Trump announced he was UN suspending blank talks before Election Day covered really thiss week, two members of blank were charged for their involvement in the murder of journalist James Foley. Isis right. On Wednesday, Blank said It would block all political ads through Election Day. Facebook. Yes, this week, a former employee of Texas public libraries was charged with stealing $1.3 million worth of blank. Binder clips so close printer toner. On Wednesday, Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Donna became the first woman to share the blank prize for chemistry. Nobel, right made the.

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to two women

Here & Now

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to two women

"A biochemist from UC Berkeley is sharing the Nobel Prize for chemistry this year. Jennifer Donna has one for breakthrough work on genetic editing committee science reporter Molly Peterson has more Doubt. Niko invented a tool called CRISPR Cast nine What the Nobel Committee called Genetic Scissors. This year's prize is about rewriting the code of life down, and French researcher Emmanuelle Charpentier discovered a way to cut into broken genetic material, Remove it and replace it. Scissors, Concetta DNA of people, plants and animals, creating cancer therapies and curing genetic diseases. As Donna told Ladies Forum these are all things that are within the realm of possibility now, and so we have to really start thinking about how do we use this technology responsibly down and sharpen today are the first women ever to share the chemistry prize? I'm Molly Peterson. The

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Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna for developing a method for genome editing

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna for developing a method for genome editing

"Berkeley is sharing the Nobel Prize for chemistry this year. Jennifer Donna has one for breakthrough work on genetic editing. Science reporter Molly Peterson has more doubt Niko invented a tool called CRISPR Cast nine with the Nobel Committee called Genetic Scissors. This Year's prize is about Rewriting the code of life down, and French researcher Emmanuelle Charpentier discovered a way to cut into broken genetic material, remove it and replace it. The scissors can change DNA of people, plants and animals, creating cancer therapies and curing genetic diseases. As Donna told Cooties Forum. These are all things that are within the realm. Of possibility now and so we have to really start thinking about what? How do we use this technology Responsibly, Donna and sharpen today are the first women ever to share the chemistry prize. I'm Molly Peterson. The

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"From Nickelback is with his 15th anniversary of their huge album, just phenomenal the way it's come out now and then re mastered. Of course photograph is we mentioned the video is on that that's always a special song for a lot of people. And again, I just wondering what one of the construction of that song when you guys were actually putting it together when the writing process was taking place when you're in the studio, constructing that song. Can you walk us through the process of making a hit record? A hit single? Wouldn't it be great if I could? Yeah. All these bands struggling for just one single. Here it is. This is the secret from black right? The manual. So you know, truthfully, we could do it. You just do your best. You know, writing that song and keep going on it till you've done that and go over every bit making sure every word every syllable. After this song comes out, it's no longer in the hands of the people decide with. Yes. Come here about people's reaction. You know, you can You can write up the bush back in the world that people don't react. Yeah, well, obviously they reacted to that and saving me and for away and rock store if everyone cared Here We are. 15 years down the road every any plans Once Kobe gets buy that you guys going to hit the road or is that still up in the air? We of course, will hit the road. If we get let off the leash. We will be out there. When now how that'll be. You don't know yet. What What is what is curing even looked like anymore. You know, nobody knows that. Another. Another Emmanuelle, How do you? How do you two were in the post Cold War era..

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"emmanuelle" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"emmanuelle" Discussed on KTOK

"American shaman. Village, Oklahoma City store. That's right. You drive thru because they get to talk to the Knowledgable owners. Yeah, Emmanuelle and myself. We worked the store ourselves and And truly, we made that decision because we really have the passion for it. We want to educate people and And let people know what it is and how it could possibly help them. So we worked the stores. If you come in, you will see Emmanuelle or myself. Well, we've you know, got free samples. We've We've got education. We will talk to you. We're certainly not. Trying to just push something down your throat. We We want to answer questions and and just, Ah, you know, let them know Ah, what it is and how it could help. But probably most. The people that come to you are coming for a reason of I've got a trigger finger I've got you know, whatever. I've got taken my back or I've got it. You know, Whatever. We hear that every single day when people come in, they come with specific problems. You know, with aches, whatever it is soreness s O. That's the thing is, is we can help you buy you coming and talking to us. Telling us your problems and we will point you to the right direction. And whatever product we have to Ah, point you it is something that we feel confident. We've done this for two years. We've seen many people come in with many different problems, and we have a great success rate where they come back. And guess what. Even though this crazy times you can come to our drive through And you, we can answer questions right through the drive thru the drivers, you don't even have to get out of your car. So no physical interaction. If you're worried, that's absolutely no problem with what you got me last week with your spray. Oh, yeah, He's going to bring me.

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