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Fresh update on "emory" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:37 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "emory" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"We're tracking down in less than three minutes, said 6. 39 WSB temperature is 64 President Trump and Joe Biden continue to clash over how to handle the pandemic. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington. While the president continues to hold big campaign rallies, Joe Biden keeps doing small events or not putting on super spreader trashing the president's handling of the virus outbreak. I don't think he just said either doesn't have any idea what to do. President Trump yesterday, again mocking the news media coverage of the Corona virus. By the way, November 4th You won't be hearing so much about Jamie Studies. Early voting numbers his blog's wsb radio dot com and circles a large number of votes in Texas as a central unanswered question ahead of the election. A new study from the CDC finds about 6% of hospitalized Corona virus patients are front line health care workers about 1/4 fought to survive in the I C U with 4% losing that battle, researchers say this shows the need for continued. Affection prevention, the mutual reports a third of those hospitalized health care workers in the study, where either nurses or nursing assistant voters at state Farm Arena could cast their ballot and get a covert test on the same spot. County voters able to take care of a bunch of things while heading here to cast ballots mean this is like one stop shopping today it is. I was very surprised that that my work for Emory Healthcare, so it's amazing to see that the city is actually able to provide services for our citizens out here, so it was great to see that at state for Marina Robin Williams. The 95.5 WSB Apple plans to roll out new Air pot, according to Bloomberg launch could happen as early as next year. In a move to help boost Apple's wearables, home and accessories business, the new Airpods would join the much anticipated high and over your head phone. Tom Roberts reports. Apple showed off its new home pod speaker during a show earlier this month. WSB news time 6 41 Marcie effects.

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Coronavirus Is Surging In The US

Morning Edition

07:27 min | 1 d ago

Coronavirus Is Surging In The US

"One, But however you define it. Corona virus in the U. S is surging. Some parts of the country air passing more restrictions to try to combat the record number of cases this as we have yet another Corona virus outbreak in the White House. NPR's Alison Aubrey is with us now. Good morning, Alison. Good morning, Rachel. So when we say the White House we mean in the orbit of Vice President Mike Pence, several aides to the vice president have tested positive for covered 19, including his chief of staff. Nevertheless, the vice president decided to keep traveling to keep campaigning. What's the reaction been to them? You know, the decision to keep his travel schedule intact was made in consultation with the White House medical unit, the spokesperson said. Yesterday and pencils office says this is in accordance with CDC guidance for essential personnel there, basically making the case he has Essential work to do, including on the campaign trail. But public health experts Rachel are really questioning this definition. Here's Josh Sharfstein of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He served in the FDA under President Obama. The vice president should be limiting interactions with others because he could be harboring the virus and he could wind up becoming infectious. And so if there are essential activities that he needs to do in person, he should take extra precautions to do those, but otherwise I think he should be staying at home. Especially given around the country, including places. Pence is scheduled to travel such as Minnesota. The viruses circulating widely, right, So let's talk about that. Alison. What do the numbers tell us about the virus right now? The U. S has been averaging about 68,000 new cases per day. This is about a 30% increase compared to just two weeks ago. In recent days, new cases have reached record levels in several states, Utah, Tennessee, Illinois in Chicago over the weekend. Stronger restrictions took effect of bars and restaurants must close earlier in the evening. This is part of a curfew in the city. Other parts of Illinois have stricter rules, too, including new limits on the number of people allowed together and Rachel. They're certainly a lot of reminders around the nation to stay. Vigil eight, right? Hospitalizations from Cove. It have been on the rice too. I mean, does that mean we're likely to see more fatalities in coming weeks? You know, probably there are still a lot of people dying about 775 people per day in the U. S. On average. That's a lot lower than the highs of last spring. Part of this can be explained by the increase in cases among younger people who are less likely to die. But Rachel there's also been an improvement in treating people in hospitals. Physician Anish Mata is an infectious disease expert at Emory University. He is also a principal investigator for the H M Death Severe trialled at Emory. Last week, the FDA gave this antiviral drug full approval. Red death, severe reduced recovery time to 10 days for 15 days and also importantly, run desecrated treated patients had less use of mechanical valve leaders and other advanced oxygen's airport techniques. Compared to patients who didn't get room disappear. Now it's important to point out Rachel. This is not a home run treatment. It hasn't been shown to significantly prevent deaths among very sick patients, but it does have some benefits and Allison doctors now have other treatments they can offer as well as from desperation. That's right. Doctors have more tools in the toolkit. Now they have You know steroids, such as Dixon Math Zone better information about when to put people on blood thinners. Overall, the death rate appears to have dropped. In fact, a new study that included an analysis of thousands of hospitalized patients found that at the start of the pandemic patients had about a 25% chance of dying. Now they have an 8% chance. So still high, but definitely improvement. Yeah, definitely So younger people, you know, you mentioned more younger people have been diagnosed with the virus. So as we start to think about Thanksgiving Is there any way Tio Tio ensure that college students don't bring the virus home as they leave for break? You know, if you have a college student coming home to you find out if they're being tested, many schools are offering or even requiring an exit test or a departure test. Just before students depart for Thanksgiving break. I spoke to David Paul Thiel, He's a professor at the Yale School of Public Health about this He says. Of course, it's easy to identify symptomatic people. But this isn't good enough. I'm worrying about the student who feels just fine but who happens to have been exposed recently and who could be heading home to visit an elderly relative. And so we don't want to be sending little ticking time bombs home for Thanksgiving. I completely agree that we need to have everybody tested within 72 hours of departure. Now. Not every school can manage this given the cost. But many campuses are offering departure test, including big schools like Ohio State and many small liberal arts schools, too. During such as families that have college age kids either, right? I mean, my own family. We're trying to figure out what we do anything. We're all trying to figure this out, right? Everyone started figured out. So what can you tell us of this boy now, Zim? Well,

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Building an Email Newsletter Directly from Instagram with Steph Compton

GradBlogger

06:00 min | 5 d ago

Building an Email Newsletter Directly from Instagram with Steph Compton

"Welcome to episode number eighty one of the grab blogger podcast the song for helping academics change the world through online business helping you by give me the tools and tips to strategies. You need to build online business write a research experience around your background and your expertise and around change you want to make in the world owes. Dr. Chris cloning and Days episode were talking about building an email newsletter directly from Instagram and we're doing that with Steph Compton from Steph access on Instagram & Stef's, I access them on Twitter and we don't have a website to give at the moment which will actually be talked about in this podcast episode. So Steph, I want to say thank you for coming on the ground blogger podcast and sharing your your experience today. Yeah. I'm heading me. I'm excited to be here. I'm really excited to have you on niba from notes by niba who we had on episode 69 and 70 of the podcast recommended. I reach out to you just gave me your Instagram wage. So I went there got a link Tree on your profile I clicked on it first link is bold letters new and improved get my Weekly Newsletter plus Q&A. It's like well, okay that's forward and off. I love it. But then try clicking through the other links and there was no website cuz I want to learn more about you and what you do and then I was so intrigued that you had the newsletter and this Instagram following but website that I I had to sign up for your newsletter that point I got to figure out what's going on here and I was pretty pleasantly surprised me on the news later. It's a really well-written. You're very open with what you're dead. You're very helpful. You take Q&A in the newsletter, which is well let you describe the newsletter more detail, but there's a lot of cool things in there that I just was impressed about and thought that others could Implement a in their newsletter strategies, but may be I need to get you on to figure out what's going on with this no website and how do you start building newsletter without a website because we work with people all the time that you know have a website but aren't willing to start birth. Their newsletter it was I just intrigued by this whole setup. So I said I got to get stuff on the podcast. I appreciate you coming on. Yeah. Yeah, so in this episode and this is actually a two-part episode. If you're in Chicago and how to use Instagram the next episode next week's will have tips and strategies on how step uses Instagram to build a following there in this episode over and talk more about steps of background how she took Instagram a server newsletter has she monetized reference online and we'll follow up on what's the deal with this this website and can we see one coming in the future? So as always you can download tracks this episode at gravatar.com / 81 and just when you download that you can control that you can find what we're talking about here and then use that to implement your own business as well. So stuff just jump in I guess. Can you share some of your academic background to some of your your story how you got online? Yeah. Sure. So hello everyone. I am Steph so I'm actually a third-year PhD student wage. Virginia Tech currently I am in the department of human nutrition foods and exercise and I study a varying cancer metabolism so very much a basic background, but I got my start at a very small arts college called Emory and Henry College. That's where I did my bachelor's degree and got that in biology and then it came to Virginia Tech actually for my Master's and kind of switch lanes. So I actually did my Master's in community nutrition and dietetics. So I did a lot of like all across the research spectrum of doing like this basic plant genetic science and my undergrad moved into my Master's Degree, which was very much community-based and learning like dietetics and applications and and standards of care within Healthcare and then I kind of combined my two loves of both nutrition with Biology to pursue my PhD at Virginia Tech as well in the same department, but I switched gears to go more like cellular molecular track. So right now like I said, I'm a third-year PhD student. Hopefully we'll be doing my my name. Asian proposal pretty soon. So I'll actually be a PhD candidate hopefully within the next few months, but I'm also got an Instagram about almost two years ago. It'll be two years in December, I believe so I actually got on Instagram at the at the suggestion of science Sam which I'm sure some listeners may be familiar with science Sam is an amazing science communicator and Neuroscience. She's been doing a lot of information about covid-19 Ali and she's been a really great support system in a really great person to follow and kind of look up to and then the science communication community. So I had actually been talking to her for my personal account that I have and talking about like science communication and accessibility as well. So we're accessibility ties into my story is when I came to Virginia Tech. I actually I worked as a braille transcriber and a tactile Graphics designer and the accessible Technologies office at Virginia Tech. So what when I originally started my account, it was a combination of doing science computer. Station but also teaching people how to make their information more accessible. So I kind of started in that area and eventually kind of brought in more of my nutrition background as well. So actually educating people about nutrition in the science of nutrition because that's really where my expertise lies and then also at the same time talking to people like Health Care Providers and other science communicators and other people who use Instagram to Market and like get themselves out there and educate on how they can make their communication more accessible So within that as well, I also teach a class called Health counseling is currently averaging a text. So I kind of bring all of my different experiences and I have the nutrition that I'm actually doing I had the science and I'm doing every day in the lab. I have the accessibility that I've worked in before as well as my life experience being an educator in the classroom and online and my my account has really expanded throughout all of those different things. I always joke on my account that I'm super multi passionate and it's because I had These different areas. I really want to come together in my account. And so that's that's really how I started and where I've gone from there in the two years. I've had my account

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2 justices slam court's 2015 decision in gay marriage case

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

2 justices slam court's 2015 decision in gay marriage case

"A dissenting statement from Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas has LGBT groups expressing concerns a new conservative court might try to reverse same sex marriage rights the High Court rejected an appeal from former Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis whose refusal to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples pave the way for marriage equality in twenty fifteen but justice Clarence Thomas wrote the majority created a problem by reading into the constitution a right that doesn't exist family law attorney Randall Kessler who teaches at Emory University says there could be a religious challenges the right set of facts about the situation where someone complains our religious liberty is affected by not being able to object to same sex marriage some LGBT groups say the court is about to become more conservative and they worry about a renewed war on same sex marriage rights Jackie Quinn Washington

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Medical Residents To Receive Education On Health Effects Of Climate Change

Environment: NPR

04:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Medical Residents To Receive Education On Health Effects Of Climate Change

"Teaching doctors about the health effects of climate change is growing from medical schools to the residency programs where new physicians put their skills to the test. But skeptics wonder if it's appropriate for doctors to learn how climate change can affect Human Health Martha Bebinger of member station W. R. in Boston Begins Her story in clinic exam room. I just remember for so many months it was hard for you to walk. There are three people in this exam room doctor Gora. A resident he's training and seventy one year old Steve Kerns who is recovering from West Nile virus, Kerns remembers the mosquito bite on his neck but very little about the brain infection that landed him in the hospital for a week for at least six months after that. I felt like every five minutes I was being run over by a truck I couldn't work. I couldn't walk very well. And I couldn't focus. A wondered for bit if I'd ever get better now, almost two years later Kern says he's back to about five hours a day on the job making windows and doors, and he started reading again the sounds like you've made tremendous progress. Dr. Charlotte Roses is a third year primary care resident at Cambridge Hospital. It seems like tremendous progress. that. It was scary. It was scary. It was it was definitely scary us and I'm not scared anymore although. Can I get worse now over again, Dr seuss sympathizes with the fear West Nile is still rare. There were no cases in Massachusetts before two thousand and two in two, thousand, eighteen year a mosquito bit kerns cases had climbed to forty nine mosquitoes love warm temperatures and so when temperatures increase mosquitoes can have breeding seasons the virus itself West alka replicate faster and they. Bite more more active Basu learned a lot of this while treating, Kerns. He was buses i West Nile case when someone comes in with a fever and his confused, it's not what my mind thinks of as the diagnosis right away. This case has really taught me how much I need to be informed about the ways in which climate change is changing the patterns of infectious. Disease. Around the United States to inform his residence busu added the health impacts of climate change to an elective courses teaches Ross says residents need much more. This is something that needs to be more directly integrated into the curriculum because I think it's going to have such a huge impact on human health. There are no approved curricula for hospitals that might want to tell emerging. Lung specialists about longer pollen seasons as temperatures rise or teach new emergency room physicians to consider more waterborne diseases for patients with fever and diarrhea. But Pediatrician Rebecca Phillips born at Emory University has just published. A framework hospitals can use as a starting point. Patients want physicians to be able to provide guidance on things that affect their individual help. We have this accumulating body of. That climate change does just that it poses harms to our patients Dr Stanley Goldfarb, the former associate dean for curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania's medical school says hospitals trained doctors not. He worries that discussing climate change with patients might create mistrust I. Think there are concerns about getting into the political sphere because I'm against anything that's going to. represent a barrier between patients and physicians being comfortable with each other other physicians. See Wildfires, sweeping western states and hurricanes flooding the Gulf coast and say, we want to impart this information to our residents as fast as we can because it's so important that they gain this information sooner than later advocates say including climate change in residency training won't stick and tell doctors are tested on the health effects before they are licensed to practice medicine for NPR news I'm Martha Bebinger in Boston.

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Trump’s medical team says he could be discharged from Walter Reed as soon as Monday

Weekend Edition Sunday

05:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump’s medical team says he could be discharged from Walter Reed as soon as Monday

"Could be headed back to the White House as soon as Monday that from the president's medical team who held a briefing today, here's a clip from that Dr Sean Connolly, speaking in front of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Over the course of his illness. The president has experienced two episodes, Transit drops his oxygen saturation, and and there there was was much much more more information information from from today's today's briefing, briefing, particularly particularly compared compared to to yesterday's. yesterday's. Let's Let's welcome welcome NPR NPR science science correspondent correspondent Richard Richard Harris. Harris. Good Good Morning, Morning, Richard Richard and Dr Carlos del Rio, an epidemiologist at Emory University. Hello, do you Are you? Well, Richard, I'm going to start with you. But let's hear first. Ah clip from Dr Brian Garbled E. On the treatments the president has received. We continue to plan to use a five day course of Rome disappear. In response to transient low oxygen levels as Dr Conley has discussed. We did initiate Dexter methadone therapy, and he received his first dose of that yesterday. And our plan is to continue that for the time being All right, Richard, What does that tell you? Well, that tells me that the president was at fifth had very least serious course of disease, and he's getting sort of the top line treatment to address it. The decks the method zone is a steroid. Drug that helps tap down inflammation, which can be a really bad sign in somebody who's immune system may be starting to overreact to the virus. So doctors have come to realize that this is actually capable of saving lives in people. This is the only drug that has actually been demonstrated to do that with Corona virus, and so they've given it to him that will really help stabilize his immune system. That's the hope and of course, the room disappear is a drug that is designed to stop the virus from mass producing itself inside the body. The FDA is authorised its use, but specifically people who are really sick enough that they need help breathing. It has now become evident that the The president's had a couple of episodes where his oxygen levels were dropping. And and at least one instance where they gave him supplemental Oxygen. So s so it looks as though he's you know, getting pretty aggressive treatment for his for his condition, which seems appropriate And surprising to me is how quickly they expect that he may actually be able to go home. Maybe as soon as tomorrow. Well, Dr Del Rio. Let's talk about that. We heard in the clip in the introduction. The doctors they're talking about the president's oxygen levels. As we know with covert 19. It does affect the lungs and oxygen. Saturation is a real big indicator about how well you're doing. So, what did you hear there? Well, you know, I heard several things that hurt that. He he was there when you need to put things together. He's initially diagnosed. He's got mild of these, like, you know, 84% of people of covert have smiled. But they made the decision to give them the one of the two call antibodies Regeneron one and that's currently being studied in people with mild disease. We don't need to be in the article. Then his options saturation crops, and the decision is to transfer into the hospital because once your oxygen saturation cross below 94%, even if it's transitory. You're immediately in the category of no longer mild or moderate, but in the category of being released and its investigations that boat from disappear and Memphis on has proven to be effective. And that's exactly what the president has received was given disappeared. He conceded that the medicine and that's where he currently is right now, Dr Florio. This's important so I'm going to put this to you all along. They had been describing The president's symptoms as mild. You seem to be suggesting that the moment his oxygen levels dropped and he was given supplemental oxygen and then put on these experimental treatments. You could no longer categorize him what he was experiencing as mild symptoms. That is correct. Correct at that point in time, the president no longer having me having mild disease. That's how he's having severe disease, and he's put in a different category. And you know, that explains why Mark Meadows was concerned as express complains why he was actually he told us you know the president. We were very concerned. You know exactly that. I think he's telling you, he was telling the truth. But then I guess the question is your your doctor. Why wouldn't the presidents of the president's doctors have explained it in the same way? I mean, we heard today. Dr Conley say that he wanted to give an upbeat assessment. But that seems at odds with perhaps what the truth may have been. That is correct. I mean, I don't want to to say you know, but I was quite frankly, very disappointed by the press briefing yesterday. I think the press briefing yesterday. What spent he was speaking like a spin doctor. He wasn't speaking like a medical doctor. And you know the job of a loss in medicine when you're doing something like this, especially when somebody who is as important as president is to is to speak the truth and to be transparent, and I think, you know, Unfortunately, we are an administration were transparency and truth has not been at the forefront of this of this response. And we're seeing even in this case when the president of the patient

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Data Begins To Provide Some Answers On Pregnancy And The Pandemic

All Things Considered

04:21 min | Last month

Data Begins To Provide Some Answers On Pregnancy And The Pandemic

"All considering our health more during the Koven 19 pandemic, But women who are pregnant as the Corona virus circulates through society may have even more concerns. Are they more vulnerable to the disease? And what about their babies? But in the early days of the pandemic, there was very little research to provide answers. Now a number of new studies and CDC reports are out and the picture is beginning to be more clear. Dr. Denise Jamison is the chair of obstetrics and gynecology at Emory University. She's also a member of the Kobe task Force of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Dr Jamison. Thanks for joining us Thanks so much. I want to start with a big overview. So many women were concerned early on if they were pregnant or just had a newborn of what this could mean for them and their babies. How worried if at all, should pregnant women and mothers of newborns be about Coben 19 at this point based on what science tells us Well, I think these recent findings over the last few weeks should be somewhat reassuring to pregnant women and their families. However, I still think there are many reasons to be vigilant about covert 19. It's still really important that pregnant women take measures to protect themselves, and it's also really important that pregnant women have access to cope in 19 vaccines as soon as they're available. Let's talk about some specific concerns Women had there was a fear that if a pregnant woman was covert positive, she might pass that along to her baby, either in utero or during childbirth. Do we know if that happens? Well, it seems to be able to cross the placenta and infect fetuses during pregnancy. However, the good news is that this doesn't seem to happen very often. And there isn't evidence that when this happens, there's an association with birth defects. The way we found with viruses like Sica, and those babies are generally okay despite being infected for the most part, the babies yes have done well. Pregnant women in general are more susceptible to respiratory infections and Koba 19 is obviously a respiratory disease. Do we know if Kobe has exacerbated respiratory issues and pregnant women? They're probably more likely to have severe disease if they're infected with Cove it But this increased risk is not nearly as dramatic as it is with some other respiratory infections such as influenza. Which seems to be something that it applies to the general population as well. People who are in some way have compromised health often find themselves more compromised when they get Cove it that's correct. Some of these studies are small. What caveats would you have to say about the limitations of what we know so far, Although we continue to learn more every day, I think they're important challenges to all the data. The biggest problem is that most of thie reports don't have an appropriate comparison group, so you have to be able to compare either. Pregnant women with Cove it to non pregnant women with Cove it or you need to be able to compare pregnant Cove it positive women too pregnant Koven negative women. And for many of these studies, they don't have an appropriate comparison group. There were some women wondering if they should avoid getting pregnant during the pandemic. Would you advise that toe? Wait till it's over. To try to have a baby? I would not recommend to delay in pregnancy. I think women can take measures to avoid Cove. It During pregnancy and to protect themselves during pregnancy and when to get pregnant is such a personal and complicated decision on this pandemic will probably be with us for a while, I would not advise delaying pregnancy solely on the basis of the covert pandemic. Dr Jameson and your job. Do you still work with patients? Yes, I am on labor and delivery. Today you are. Have you found that the experience of being pregnant or having a baby during the pandemic has Compromised or reduce the joy of pregnancy and delivery for any women. I hope it hasn't substantially reduced the joy of having a baby. But I do worry that with restrictions on visitation in the hospital and then also the social isolation after women go home from the hospital, I do think it's fundamentally change the experience of having a baby in a way that you wish it hadn't It sounds like yes. I look forward to a day when the pandemic is over, and we have a safe, available effective vaccine and we don't have to social distance. That's Dr Denise Jamison of Emory University. Thank you for coming on the program. Thank you for your interest in this topic.

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Autopsies Show Inmates' Lungs Filling With Fluid As They're Executed

All Things Considered

05:01 min | Last month

Autopsies Show Inmates' Lungs Filling With Fluid As They're Executed

"In a high security prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. Two federal inmates await their executions when tomorrow the next on Thursday as they wait. Their lawyers are asking the court to intervene because they say The drugs used to kill. The inmates will cause their lungs to fill with fluid as they die, and that in their final moments, they could experience the sensation of drowning. Those fears aren't unfounded, and just a quick warning for listeners. What you're about to hear may be upsetting. In the spring of 2017 on Arkansas inmate gasped and choked as he was executed the following year. In Ohio, an inmate heaved against his restraints struggling for air and a few months after that, in Tennessee, once again on inmate gasping for air and convulsing. All of these inmates were later found to have lungs filled with fluid. Now we can't ask them how painful their executions were, whether They amounted to cruel and unusual punishment, But what we can do is peer inside their bodies. For the past two years, a team and all things considered has been investigating the autopsies of inmates killed by lethal injection. We've obtained the largest collection of these autopsies ever assembled in the U. S. This collection spans decades of executions across the multiple states, and what our findings reveal is evidence of a death far less peaceful than what states promised when they adopted lethal injection decades ago. We begin the story in Atlanta, where I went in 2018 with producer Noah Caldwell to meet a doctor who made a startling discovery. Joel Zip. It works 80 hour weeks at Emory University Hospital. He's an anesthesiologist checking in on patients in the ice for you. So if temperatures is looking a little grade, and did you get to say, perhaps Mediate those? A few years ago, federal defenders in Georgia hired zip it to review a few autopsies of inmates executed by lethal injection. What I was asked The address was the blood levels of certain kinds of medications, but something else caught his eye and recognize that something was amiss. What did you see in the autopsy? So I began to see a pattern of organ failure instead of what I thought would be pristine findings instantaneous death. I began to see a picture that was more consistent with a slower death a death associated with suffering a painful death in autopsy after autopsy. What zip it saw were unusually heavy lungs, lungs swollen with fluid, which surprised him. It's not a common finding in autopsies. It's something you'd see in cases of, say. Congestive heart failure or sepsis, neither of which were happening here. He wanted a second opinion. So he contacted a colleague at Emory, a pathologist named Mark Edgar. I said I want you to look at these documents and just tell me what you think you see here because I think I'm seeing something here. That is a surprise to me now. Zip. It deliberately did not tell Edgar what had surprised him in those autopsies. But anger. He zeroed in on the exact same thing that zip it did. Lungs filled with fluid. He noticed frothy fluid in the nose. Same word kept popping up frothy material in the main bronc I the word frothy, frothy fluid in the upper and Lower airways. What they were seeing was a severe form of a condition called pulmonary, a Dema. Presence of froth was a troubling clue because it meant that inmates were still alive and trying to breathe as their lungs were filling with fluid. Xzibit and Edgar got a few dozen more autopsies from other states just to see Was this a fluke and similar words like frothy and fluid kept coming up to describe the lungs. It was a stunning finding, because here was some physical document that could answer a question that could otherwise not be answered, which was What exactly is the experience of a dying inmate? Ziva brought these findings to federal court in multiple states. It's evidence that is now at the forefront of legal challenges to lethal injection. For the past two years, The team at NPR has undertaken its own investigation. We expanded the scope of the data significantly, we obtained more than 300 inmate autopsies through Freedom of Information Act requests. They cover executions in nine states dating from 1992 2019. And what these autopsies show is that when inmates lungs or examined after their executions, pulmonary oedema occurred 84% of the time that was consistent across states. Medical experts say these findings are troubling. Because they mean it is very likely these inmates experience the sensation of drowning or suffocation before they die, and that many inmates were not being properly anesthetized.

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Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander says he needs Tommy John surgery

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:39 sec | Last month

Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander says he needs Tommy John surgery

"Such great news. Unfortunately for Justin Verlander Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander took to Instagram Saturday afternoon to deliver some tough news to fans. My simulated game couple days ago I felt something on my elbow. And after looking at the Emory and conversion was in the best doctors in the world. We determine that Tommy John Surgery is my best option. The 37 year old Verlander now officially done for the rest of this season, and likely much of next year, as well as he will undergo Tommy John surgery. Berglund has not pitched in the game since July 24th. He has been rehabbing a forearm injury, hoping to return to the team. Now the Astros in second place in the American League West. We'll have to make their playoff run without him. Ryan

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Building Your Brand as a Student

Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

03:25 min | Last month

Building Your Brand as a Student

"Know one of the things you think is important is. College Age students or students in general learning. How to brand themselves right building their personal brand. Normally, we think about maybe with movie stars or. Personalities or something but let's get into this. Why do you think this is important To me without giving away the shop how they can do this. And how you can help people do it. So let's let's let's hear what we got here. It's important for so many reasons and not just for college students for even students who are at the high school level or even at the middle school level thinking about why they are going to go to college. So the why is essential? So I don't know if you're familiar with Jeff Selene goes new book WHO GETS IN AND Y. But that book I think. It came out this week and I got a chance to preview the intro chapter and one of the So the basis of the book is that he was able to. Be in the admissions office of four universities One of them was emery in Atlanta One was I forget the names of the schools, but the example is from emory. So it was him going through the admissions office seeing how they pick their classes. So not the highest Yale's in the harbor is not the highly highly selective universities, but the you know somewhat selective universities and how they make the decisions. So he told the story of you know emory university going back and forth. With various students who are interested in going to the school and one of the examples that he used was a student who was, interested in microbiology however, on the student's application, there was no indication of any clubs, any volunteer work anything at all that would indicate that this was something that the suit it was really interested in had a true commitment to. So even at the middle school or high school level is important because if you're going to a college which is competitive with going you're going to be. Competing, with other students to get in, you want to establish what your brand is student. So if you are interested in, you know the sciences or stem or something in that regard, a highly competitive major you WanNa do things at in college or in middle school so that we use some at your college application You are standing out you're doing things that shows the university that you are truly. Committed and you have a history of being committed to whatever the major is whatever the industry is while you are an undergraduate's a consistent. Thanks. So they're looking at, you know not only your essay and your sat scores in your great but they're show it. They want to see that you are. You know you've done some thought you took in some you've taken some consideration about what you want a. Major an in why this is important for you. So that's the short answer. I know that wasn't that short but that's the short answer about why building a brand is important and as you said, is some you know you think of it as a business thing or maybe you know a celebrity may think of it but it's important throughout whether you're in middle school and even when you graduate from. College. You want to establish your brand as being someone who is. Expert or Going to be an expert in. In your major or in a particular field. So that's why building plan important

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Dallas Cowboys suffer devastating injuries in Week 1 loss to Rams

Charlie Parker

00:31 sec | Last month

Dallas Cowboys suffer devastating injuries in Week 1 loss to Rams

"Be out for the season Jar win left Sunday's season opener against the Rams with a knee injury and did not return to the game. The Cowboys reportedly fear he suffered a tornado A C L, which would probably end his season offensive tackle Cameron Irving was also knocked out of the game with a knee injury. Irving is reportedly believed to have suffered a left M c l sprain. He's scheduled to have an Emory today. The Cowboys fell to the Rams, 20 to 17 and so fi stadium last night, spoiling head coach Mike McCarthy's Dallas debut. Well, San Antonio doctor has

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OSHA Investigating Parking Deck Collapse In Atlanta

The Rashad Richey Morning Show

00:44 sec | Last month

OSHA Investigating Parking Deck Collapse In Atlanta

"Worker is recovering from his his injuries injuries after after a a secondary secondary collapse collapse of of a a midtown midtown Atlanta Atlanta parking parking deck. deck. Elena Elena Farr Farr Rescue Rescue Sergeant Sergeant Cortez Cortez Stafford, Stafford, explaining explaining what what happened. happened. One One of of the the beams beams on on the the upper upper floors floors pancake down to the bottom floor, which means it dropped about 10 floors down. Worker was standing on. One of those I beams when it collapsed and actually rode the concrete down. Saturday's incident followed Friday's collapse when at least one worker had to be rescued, and others were hurt. According to a lot of our rescue Saturday's collapse, Centre worker down 10 stories OSHA is investigating both of the collapse is a lot of city officials have halted all work inside the building. As the next course of action has figured out the deck is to serve as the new parking lot for Emory University Hospital Midtown. Meanwhile,

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Atlanta woman takes part in Emory University vaccine trial

The Weekly Check Up

00:28 sec | Last month

Atlanta woman takes part in Emory University vaccine trial

Atlanta woman takes part in Emory COVID-19 vaccine trial

Handel on the Law

00:27 sec | Last month

Atlanta woman takes part in Emory COVID-19 vaccine trial

"Is taking part in a corona virus vaccine trials at Emory University in Atlanta. Susan Hers tells Channel two action used. She doesn't feel at risk there so thorough in looking after me monitoring pretty much Everything I d'oh. So for me, it's like having angels on my side. Multiple companies in multiple countries air pushing to get a vaccine out as quickly as possible will go best. Being

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US marks 9/11 anniversary at tributes shadowed by virus

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

US marks 9/11 anniversary at tributes shadowed by virus

"As the nation remembers nine eleven anniversary commemorations are being changed amid a new crisis the virus pandemic like in past years relatives gathered at new York's ground zero and heard the victims names Jeffrey Thomas Campbell but the readings were on tape not life which Morial leaders called a virus safety precaution former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani called it something else I find it disgraceful the change shocked the Emory damask whose twenty three year old brother died on nine eleven that was so hard fought so hard she was among families at a separate remembrance set up by another organization Terrance Andre aching with the names read live the pandemic also restricted the Pentagon's nine eleven remembrance which family members could not attend sabar mag ani Washington

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Atlanta Area Minorities Needed For Coronavirus Vaccine Trials

Von Haessler Doctrine

00:38 sec | Last month

Atlanta Area Minorities Needed For Coronavirus Vaccine Trials

"Companies signed a safety pledged to maintain high ethical ethical standards standards for for Corona Corona virus virus vaccine, vaccine, one one local local trial trial says. says. They're They're slowing slowing things things down. down. Modernise Modernise is is they'll they'll be be slowing slowing down down their their face face three three trials trials of of a a cove cove in in 19 19 vaccine vaccine to to make make sure sure they're they're adequate adequate numbers numbers of of minorities minorities and and high high risk risk patients patients signed signed up up memories. memories. Dr. Dr. Carlos Carlos Del Del Rio Rio says says This This will will allow allow the the clinical clinical trials, trials, which which are are being being conducted conducted at at Emory Emory to to cover cover a a wider wider swath of folks as far as a vaccine available for everyone By Election Day, people that are going to be injecting a vaccine into their arms before Election Day are gonna be people volunteering for studies, he says. If you do volunteer for a clinical study, you could certainly be vaccinated by then. Michelle right, 95.5. USP. If you're using this

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Atlanta - Georgia College students upset about COVID-19 spread on campus

Herman Cain

00:32 sec | Last month

Atlanta - Georgia College students upset about COVID-19 spread on campus

"Georgia College students who were upset this morning as Corona virus spreads on campuses across the state students were disappointed at missing out on their college experience. Many students, they're simply upset that what it's supposed to be the best years of their lives have been canceled. Alex Shannon at Emory blames politicians for what he calls failed policies. Arianna Boone. We a student at the University of Georgia, says schools need to crack down on students who are helping to spread the virus Students who who are are are partying partying partying on on on campus campus campus punishing punishing punishing students students students who who who are are are going going going out. out. out. She She She says says says It It It could could could be be be at at at least least least two two two semesters semesters semesters before before before normal. normal. normal. College College College life life life resumes resumes resumes Bill Bill Bill

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Oakland A's announce positive virus test, game vs. Houston Astros postponed

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Oakland A's announce positive virus test, game vs. Houston Astros postponed

"In Houston Astros had to cancel our game today after someone within the A's organization tested positive for the Corona virus. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges says the ayes have not indicated if it was a player or staff member. The ayes had conducted testing for the entire traveling team and staff when the positive case was discovered. Allens that they face is making sure that the disease does not spread through the rest of the A's. Dr. Zachary Benny is an epidemiologist with the Oxford College of Emory University. He says Major League Baseball has already seen two large outbreaks, but the recent cases they did manage to get under control, so it's a little hard to know what Caused two teams have really bad outbreaks in two teams to be able to contain them. But well, we'll have to see the A's air. Now the 11th MLB team with a covert related postponement. What they need to do now is if they want to be cautious. They probably need to postpone the games for the A's for the next few days, maybe 45 days, which is what we saw. With New York Mets and with the Cincinnati Reds. Jennifer

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High schools and colleges work to contain coronavirus outbreaks

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:25 min | 2 months ago

High schools and colleges work to contain coronavirus outbreaks

"New more detailed guidelines from the CDC among other things they address what schools should do if there is a case of covert among students or staff, they suggest rather than shutting everything down immediately for a long period of time. One option is short term class suspension cancellation of events in after school activities to give public health leaders time to determine how widespread the infections are. As college students head back to campus corona virus outbreaks at universities in at least nineteen states representing nearly fourteen hundred cases among students and staff leading to concerns about scenes like this, a large gathering of students at Penn State that prompted the school's president ask those flouting the rules. Do you want to be the person responsible for sending everyone home Mississippi's governor urging college students to be careful since eighteen to twenty nine year olds make up the highest proportion of cases there. We know that we've got a lot of work to do there. It's something that we will have to be constantly working on over the course of the next few months and while K. through twelve schools face challenges reopening in. States like Mississippi and Georgia new. York with its rock bottom covert task positivity rate is in a good position to reopen schools even. So parents have questions, governor Andrew Cuomo saying he'd had questions to the still working out with the plan would be I would have a lot of questions parents a lot of questions. This is a risky proposition no matter how you do it, and with US deaths from covid nineteen averaging more than a thousand a day for twenty five consecutive days. The CDC is now projecting nearly one hundred, ninety, five, thousand Cova deaths by September twelfth about three weeks away suggesting that staggering death rate will continue at least in the short term we are beginning I think to. Turn the tide still CDC Director Dr Robert. Redfield who estimates as many as sixty million people nationwide may have already contracted the virus based on an infection rate of ten to twenty percent says, we could soon see the number of new daily deaths begin to decline as more people follow public health guidelines like mask wearing hand, washing, and social distancing. This week. Next week you're going to start seeing. The death rate really start to drop. New cases are steady or falling in forty states but redfield warned that positive trend isn't taking hold everywhere little the mirror right now. Is Getting stuck. We don't need to have a third wave. In the heartland coronavirus cases are on the rise in states like Wyoming Iowa and Illinois with a new emory university study suggesting so-called Super Spreader events are driving transmission in rural areas. Meanwhile on the vaccine front nor country can just ride this out until we have a bucks in a new sobering reminder from the head of the World Health Organization the nineteen eighteen pandemic lasted two years. He hopes this one won't, and even if we do have the Buxin. It wouldn't end the pandemic on its own progress does not mean victory. And there is another sad sign that victory over this virus has not yet at hand. We just learned today that a six year old girl. Florida's Hillsborough County has become the youngest person in the state to die from covid nineteen.

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"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

08:52 min | 5 months ago

"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"Know playing for the rams at the time. we were instructed not to go on because of the dangers that possibly meant. In Yo playing for NFL organization they they don't want that. Look which I understand. but I had a few teammates that were in a position. To peacefully protest what happened? shout stabbing. Stemming Bailey tape on Austin. Can you Brit Jerry, Cook. In Chris Givens All they did was walk out together and put up a fist. And there was so much backlash and so much hay from the simple gesture just as say, we want equality just to say you don't WanNa. See our people slate on the streets like this and As long as we keep leading with love I, believe changed will come. Because what I do see now is more people involved more people of different races coming together. which is what we need at this. Because obviously. Black, people just doing it. Is GonNa be a never ending circle of no change and. Obviously we can't have that. There has to be reformed. There has to be changed moving forward. How I mean we. We were talking about this. You know When I shared this with you, that know especially just even as a white guy. And I. Think is any person, but really it's just words. It's like your words feel so small. Right and there's this. You know there's this especially on like any sort of social platform. Yes, there this, there's this like social pressure to say the exact right things, and if you don't say the right things here, you are on the wrong side. Which is which is untrue? Do have to stand up in the right way But it's like there's so much division going on. Yes, within this, and there are so many people of all different backgrounds trying to be dividers. How do we be the opposite? How do we actually start? You know what I mean like bird from your perspective. How do we actually like as a white guy from your perspective? How do I start showing you love and showing showing up for you and for black people were on a new level. How do we start doing that? Check your spirit know. Where does what is your intent lie and and being an advocate for? For the greater good, you know, and then educate yourself what what has led us to this point. Wh what I'm okay. Stand for what a Malcolm X. Stand for what systematic Are Put in place to keep black people oppress to to keep Black people. From being slain in the streets, what what can we do? You know so I. I believe those are the two things as long as you. have good intent and educate yourself have empathy for the people that are going through this and listen to them and what they are going through because I feel like that's the biggest thing that we're missing right is. People trying to fulfil some sort of agenda and people getting feeling attacked. If I say something like white supremacy, people feel attacked, and they go on the defensive, but there's no need to go on the defensive because it's a true statement. Yeah, I'm not saying Uruguay supremacist, but if you take it that way, you're only adding to the issue. In so you're saying. There is this this level of? I mean maybe it's ego. Pride Yeah, and it's not wanting to. Because yes, that is so true, if someone saying like talking about wife Supremacy, somebody who? A white person who is so against that I'm not. I'm not white supremacy I'm not racist. Right right I've never been about. Yeah, and it's like I didn't I didn't say that. Right exactly. You know but that's where a lot of. The division the division happens Yep, and you know if you are one of those people reacting in that way. You should check yourself in check. Your spirit really lies. And why aren't you listening to the people that are actually going through it? We're not. We're not doing because we want to doing this because we have to. Yes, what's going on? We have to fight for our lives. Yeah, and it's a very real thing and I think you know that's so true. It's not making it about yourself. And I think all of the negative reactions right? You would say you would say that. We're seeing even in the rioting. You're seeing a lot of white people right destroying stuff or non black people basically right? And so you begin to question like what is the purpose of all this? I actually saw clip of I'd believe it was John Jones. If you don't know John Jones. He's probably the greatest UFC fighter of all time. Guy. Yeah. He was A-. But I was like a man of power. Using his power or like this guy. If you don't watch UFC ultimate fighting championship, this cat king he can, he can kill anybody on the planet basically hits you at three thousand different ways. He's made a boxer like he can take you out physically, and you see a man of power on his street in his city going up to other people who are protesting in the wrong way like you said Gimme. That spray can get you know what I mean like. Stop doing that this. He's saying this is not even about George anymore is not about George Floyd. This is about like you. And Yeah exactly inciting your own personal agenda, whatever that is in some people, it really is to destroy. They WANNA take their anger out on something in and whatever, but I think you're so right when it's not making it. About you or not saying you know what I mean not being defensive. I think just being more proactive. The other day I walked. I walked out of the gym. And I saw three black guys. Walkout and I think there are probably around the ages of eighteen to twenty. And when I saw them with everything going on I just. Is Weird like palpable. I felt like this like. It's like the enemy tries to incite this division between people and when I saw them. I wanted to say something like I'm with you I'm on your side but I didn't because I was scared of how they might react. I didn't know if they would be offended of me. Saying I'm with you, you know. Maybe they would say well. What have you done for me? Are you really with me or you don't care about me? And I let that fear, and that that false division that the enemy tries to bring to people you know. stopped me from saying anything. Maybe I didn't need to say anything I felt it in my heart, I was like. I wish I would have just hold on with you right so that they know sure and even if they didn't even if they reacted at me with anger. At least it was not about that, but it was that them leaving, even if they reacted at me and maybe some anger on me. Maybe they still walked away knowing. No I think he meant well. And that's the that's the bottom line. Like where where does your aunt live your heart line? Yeah, did you see? What Zeh tweeted? Jones, my cousin. And he? He plays for the Las Vegas Raiders. And I'm going to have to pull this up. pull it up. Dick. As the best up was as well shallow young's amy. I saw him at a UFC fight. Actually recently. AGLIETTA McGregor fire. So I mean the story is everywhere. He was on good morning. America. Wow He's on e. news is on ESPN. it's everywhere. oems Ace Jones said a woman approached him in his cousin. A homegoods discount store in Henderson Nevada and said I'm from. Minneapolis I just want to know that you matter. She said that. They said I could see it. It was very sincere and heartfelt. At of the added that he asked permission hug the woman I just felt like there was the right thing to do in essence. She just fell into my arms and started crying. And Yemen. Just leading with loves Zeh said a great example right there. Yeah Yet there is a time to fight. There is a time to stand up in. There is a time to to ask for justice and but at the end of the day we gotta get through this together and. That's what it's going to take..

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"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

07:34 min | 5 months ago

"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"Is that mine you know and it's just like why you know. Pick it up. Yeah, and so it's just things like that. We constantly have to face and and react to. An wholesome manner to to not to not fall into the stereotype. And you've you've I've always seen you handle yourself with such poise. You know I think that also kind of comes with your background of Your Dad, walking those footsteps of being an NFL player and being a role model for kids. I've Seen Your Dad wolpert that Poise Yeah J.. B. Had to because he was one of the. First Black quarterbacks in the NFL and you know that wasn't a. Very popular thing at the time so he went through the ringer. Man You know, is there. And I would say personally as a kid that was win, I saw racism I didn't have it. Like. First Hand for me, but I saw my pops in how people were. Attacking him for being a black quarterback in the league, So I WANNA ask you. When was I mean? Growing up. In Austin in the church that we grew up in the church that. We grew up in was a big part of my social. was really my social network. And, then high school and all that, but that was really my framework for how the world should look, and personally for me. Just giving you a background fam- to is you know? My grandfather was an army and my grandfather and my dad was raised in the army, and when you're raising the army, your razor on. Kids there is no, there's no class. Oh sure in the army, so it's. You know. I remember my dad literally talking to me this week about how he didn't understand what racism was until he was eleven, and he moved to the United States he said all the kids that I grew up with on the army base in Germany. We white or black or Mexican whatever I. Just I never thought of it as a thing for sure, he said in the early seventies coming to the United States, and you know growing up near Baltimore, he's. Going to high school, there was race riots you know he said, and I just felt like I was caught in the middle of a whirlwind of something that I never really was accustomed to understanding you know. Hearing people white people, black people say things about one another that I thought wiser why. Yeah. Why is this even a problem? You know and so? I was also raised that way in which I same as you. Understand racism until I think I was an adult. And then also from me, coming from a sports background to you know when you're in a sports team for the most part you're playing with different types of PM in in your all in for common goal and he worked together. You have fun together. You play together, and that's what it is. Yeah, in, so you know coming from that sports background I always. Saw The best in people you know racism wasn't a thing. Yeah, until. I became a man. Yeah, and I had to experience it firsthand so and ask you what what was like. You don't have to get into too much detail. It's painful, but what was one of the first? occurrences. We really felt that way that you were being judged for how you looked. Yeah, You know small things in high school. You know dating girls High School, having her come to me and say stuff that people have said about me. Behind my back more to her about me. was very eye-opening. Getting to Auburn how I Love Auburn It Auburn did so much for me. As a man and play football. There was enough to play football. They are in head, success, and I love the people there, but also it's also on the deep South and there's a lot of people there that have. Just. Just racist traditions. They had an south week when people were dressed up in. like old slavery, close and the fraternities in a might win. The world is going on here. You know just. Different. Different Cultures and I don't think they're doing it anymore. But like you said that was a tradition a tradition. Yep, you know Yup and just completely eye-opening. you know from? Someone trying to run me off the road spitting at my car. Getting accused of trying to break into someone's car, parking lot. Yeah, there's. Plenty of different scenarios where it was playing just playing racism and playing hatred for me. Yeah, for the position I was in and also because of the color of skin. So how did you you know? As you're becoming a man. You're beginning to hear these things you know just assaulting you for no reason which is. Really just the most hurtful I mean fam-. If you're listening, and you've been assaulted by somebody verbally, or even physically, which is the next level for no apparent reason it, it harms your soul. It hurts your soul. How did you begin to to navigate through that and continue to not only be a peaceable person, but you are still somebody that I see. You're surrounded with all kinds of different people. And you carry that anointing in that blessing on you. How did you continue to walk in m? Be that person? Man I. Thank, God man to be honest because Is just following Jesus. God in knowing that. I have to put love I and and that is my That is my spirit, and that is why I'm put on. This earth you know is to to lead into lead with love, and if I do anything other than that might. My spirit just doesn't feel right I I. Need I need that energy. Flowing others, and so it can be contagious right because if it if it doesn't. If I. Don't ready at that positive energy that that loving energy then. I'm not contributing to a better world. View. So I mean we were, we were talking. The other day you know about that and. You know you were you were telling me about? You know. The twitter sphere instagram all the things that you. were seeing in the end. You know like you said you didn't WanNA watch the video George Floyd. In the beginning. Did you end up watching it? No, I still haven't. To be honest I've watched pretty much. All the other videos of you know by people dying at the hands of Police I was actually in. Saint Louis at the time of Mike, Brown's death and The protest and riots in Ferguson and you know playing for the rams at the time. we were instructed not to go on because of the dangers that possibly meant. In Yo playing for NFL organization they they don't want that. Look which I understand. but I had a few teammates.

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"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

06:04 min | 5 months ago

"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"We'll wrap up after that. All right family got my good friend. My brother Emory Blake. Sitting with me. Today is so good to be on the good life podcast. Bro, it's good to have you man under under a less than ideal circumstances for sure right man, the world's crazy dog, because no covid. Riots? It's a crazy time to be alive, but we blessed. We don't put best foot forward. Yeah, well less man already told you. You know I needed you to be here today because you and I go way back since two thousand to twelve years old football camp. Brother, we've been rolling barrel together for a long time now and It's it's an honor to call you. Brother row honestly to man. I do all day I. Mean Not just today, but the last few days I just had a not in my chest. You know about about all of this and I know you have to assure thinking about the conversation that we would have on the good life you know how I wanted people to be impacted from this show and family. I just have to tell you that you know. There's nobody better for me to have this conversation with then you emery. You know my friend. My brother out known you. You for so long. We've been through a lot together and we know each other so well and so fam-. I just I. Want you to hear to friends speaking today, two brothers speaking today fan, because if you don't have friends of other race in other background and other color I want to encourage you today to start reaching out to those people, because they will bless and enrich your life than you even know in that I believe is the beginning to a road in which we all need to travel down so. my man, you. Should we just jump right in was good so as we all know. The current topic right now. Is the incident that happen with George Floyd. And that's just one of too many that have happened. But I just want to know like. Where were you when you first heard about the incident or saw? Yeah, I was at home. in of course I was on twitter and I just saw this video pop up and I actually saw the caption of you know saying. another innocent black man murdered at the hands of police, and to be honest I didn't watch the video. I've seen. Way Too many of them and It's matic experience you know for for black people to constantly see Death. For, our people at the hands of the police and you know personally when when I see police. My heart starts racing. You Know My. It's almost become like a fighter flight. type reaction when when police are around me, just just because of the history of it all. In so this time. I decided not to actually watch the video because I didn't feel like I could take. In so. I think it's important in these times to. To listen to our spirits to to make sure we got ourselves first. So that therefore we can. Then be of help to others. In situations like these. So. Hearing you say just when you see the cops and you think about the cops. You know how it makes you feel. You know you grew up. In a you had a different? I think experience growing up than a lot of kids. Do Your Dad was a pro football player? Somebody that people just wanted to gravitate towards. Your family just carried this. This just beauty in His grace on them that people gravitated towards. And you know when you guys moved to Austin. It was like guys with coolest people on the block and we're like. Wow, the Blake families moving to Austin. Now we everybody was so excited in our church and just to give you a background family. Our Church that we grew up was was pretty well. Mixed I would say from remembrance on me very diverse church very diverse. I mean we had? All kinds and I would say it was really due to the college that you know the University of Texas that we were. There was a large student ministry and in the student section man you had. Just such a great mix and I remember as a kid, and this is a small side note just watching the student section and all the athletes and all the guys that will come from ut in. Barnabus you know was running that. Just these guys mad that would have so much fun and I would seem white and black and Latino and some Asian people and. I grew up just idolizing that group you know like. You notice I WANNA be a part of a group like that like I love that group for sure. But, when you guys moved to town, you know. A big big deal to our community into our church, but you grew up being the son of an NFL star. And so did you grow up? Feeling like racism was a big thing in your world as a kid. As a kid not too much, it wasn't until I became more of a man that it became more apparent to me that the color of my skin apparently was a problem for some people whether it be. Walking into a certain store, someone following me around the store. For no apparent reason. or It'd be or be. Getting pulled over in feeling like my life is impossible jeopardy right now. Because of the way the COP is talking of the way. He's demanding me to do things and. For really no apparent reason. or it could be something as small as you know. Being a DJ on the weekend and I'm picking up my. my laptop in. You know a a an older white lady comes to ask me..

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"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"There's one side that's just so fed up and has every right to be angry, but can we just talk about how really I've seen the black community doing the most peaceful protest during this time really and that to me speaks volumes, and it just really stands in line with everything that Martin Luther King said. I've actually been posting lot as many of you. I'm sure have and have seen on social media and I just want to say one last thing somebody posted this. Influence or Kiana Vest Tudo in I posted it and. I think that there is this topic which we're not going to really get into, but a lot of people asking about well, you know all lives matter versus black lives matter. This is a topic that is not the first time people have talked about. Yes, all lives do matter, but right now the black lives movement needs our voices to become one so that those voices together are amplified and loud enough to get the legislators and the people in the government to get people out there to vote I. I mean we've got to amplify the voice, and it's like one movement at a time, and yes, all lives matter I love my Kurdish people like I I do, and they are not forgotten as I continue to support that caused, but right now we've got support our black brothers and sisters like they need us. And what Kiana said on social media reposted it, and she said it really well because I think in the Christian community. We are seeing that side as well. You know where it's like. Jesus loved everyone. Yes, but she specifically said this to. She said, and this is great for nonbelievers I'm GonNa read it. She said if you are a Christian, in can't hear Hashtag. Black lives matter without feeling the need to respond with a criticism that quote all lives matter then crack open your Bible and read Luke Fifteen. Don't have it handy. Let me summarize. There are one hundred sheep, but one goes missing Jesus leaves the thousand nine, and goes after one the ninety nine insinuated, but what about us don't we matter? Of course, the ninety nine still matter, but they're not. The ones endanger. Who need that attention at that given moment that the one is? And will she said I'll say it again. Black lives matter so i. just loved how she included that Biblical reference there because I mean the beautiful thing about the Bible is real quick like. It is. It was written thousands of years ago right like ancient but. God created like Jesus came and told all these stories so that they could live on forever and ever, and ever become relevant to whatever day and age were in, and so the Bible really is our sword and our shield, but we can't always just look at things literally like yes, the one could mean Oh, the center, but that doesn't mean in this specific situation. God says referred to the Black Lives Matter Movement as a sin. No like God gives us the story so that in times of need, we can actually whoa that just spoke to me and I was able to draw connection. That's what's most important. That's what we need to see here. Nobody's been forgotten, but the black lives matter movement. This is a time in history where you're going to have to choose aside. Are you going to sit in silence? Are you going to? Raise your voice in in through love to help the cause. Move Forward and I'm choosing that side. I'm I'm so with you. Babe and I think that's so well, said Judah Smith said today. This really got me. He said no lives matter until black lives matter. I believe that's what you were also saying. They're FAM I hope you guys will stick around for this interview. One of my best friends. One of my oldest friends emory blake is on the show. emery is a former NFL football player NCWA champion. He's one of the greatest guys in the world. One of my longest friends. He's black and I'm white and I. I am so glad we had this conversation today. Because it was a little bit uncomfortable, it was a little bit hard, but after we had this conversation today, we both left feeling light. We felt understood. I felt there was a common ground. You know even with one of my best friends just to talk about some of those tough things you know, it really. Blessed me, it blessed him and we left enrich, so please listen to this interview and.

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"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

06:13 min | 5 months ago

"emory" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"That's going on in United States and around the world right now. It's just been a very heavy week and so this week. Fam! It's going to be a slightly different episode. Babe I. Know Today we. We Really WANNA address. You know what's going on. The United States particularly as pertains to the incident with George. Floyd and Everything that's been going on I mean this is just one incident of hundreds that have happened over hundreds of years and so We want to talk today just about our. Take on what's going on. And then I actually have one of my best friends coming on the show, his name's Emory Blake and he's GonNa be sharing from his side. You know I think. That this past week has really shaken everybody up in their own ways. You know whether you are a member of the black community, or you are somebody who is not either way I have seen that publicly. We've been shaken and I think that that that being shaken up like that. It's been a good thing. It's made us personally realize that we have platforms that we can be using to help. Lift up the voices of so many of our brothers and sisters out there you know in the black community and you know. I'm really glad that we decided to. kind of cancel a lot of like other shows that we could've put up today and that we said you know what we need to dedicate today's episode to really spotlighting this really talking about it so easy in times. I think when you don't have the right words to say to be honest with you like I, feel like you and I have just been taking this time to really listen and really pray. And really just ask God to give us the right words, because when you are on this kind of public stage. You know you don't want to say the wrong thing. And I feel like whether you're an influence or not fam-. Some of you guys of maybe felt that same pressure you WanNa. Do something whether it is being a voice for your community whether that's donating whether that's going out and protesting in peace, there's all of these different ways in which we can use our bodies, our minds, our spirits, our voices to lend. To the cause and so cvs today our goal for this episode Babe. I think we just hope that we can encourage. Any of our listeners, first of all who are. In the black community we love you. We stand with you. We may not fully understand or comprehend what you're going through, but we stand in solidarity with you, and for as long as God is going to bless us and continue to bless us with these platforms. We want to continue to be a voice, so we know you're hurting. We know you're going through something. That is just so painful that we just cannot comprehend, but we are with you and we are standing with you. For any of our family members out there who aren't in the black community, you know we're standing with you in solidarity. We're all in this together. We are all figuring this out together. How to do more how to be more and how to just be better and to be become better listeners athlete. Today's episode your interview with your best friend Emery. You grew up with him. And I love emory. He's become part of our family. teeny loves him. become. He's become her on goal, and just so great to have here in Austin with us, and so I'm really happy that he took the time to come today and talk with you about this, because it is definitely a subject and a topic that I think we do need to address and talk about openly well, and I've had a lump in my chest just all week. I'm sure as many of you have just feeling the weight of what's going on. And I felt uncomfortable. I've felt uncomfortable. With everything just even living my life on a daily basis and Like you said I think that's a good thing, yeah! I. Felt this on comfort before you know when when race riots happened, or there's been a lot of tension, you know a few years ago. When there was a lot of stuff happening as well in this same same vein, you know other black men unjustly murdered. You know and. Just that same feeling coming back again of like. Why are we doing this to ourselves? Why are people killing people just because they look different than them, just because they don't understand them, you know. And it's an absolute travesty, and I just believed that God heart. I've been. I've been reading. Online, you know a lot of media, but particularly from pastors, White and black. And they're talking about God's heart is all about unity. And you know God even says in the Bible. No Man is greater than the other. We were all created equal and Nelson Mandela. Said you know you, don't you? Don't you're not born hating hating is something that you're taught. You know to paraphrase, but. Generations upon generations, people have been taught the wrong things you know about one another, and it is our time right now to educate to inform to stand up to stand with and to stand behind our black brothers and sisters because they're hurting. They've been through too much pain and we love them and I and I. Just encourage Y'all if you don't have any friends any of of a different race. Get out there and make some. Just start one try and understand people more because I guarantee you. It will bless your life. It will enrich your life, and you'll begin to love people that you never really understood before you know God's kingdom. Talks about it in the Bible countless times like when you look at God's kingdom, there is no one hair color or one skin, color or one body type. I mean God's kingdom is a colorful kingdom, a beautiful kingdom filled with love in diversity and you know. I want my kids to celebrate that I..

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"emory" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"emory" Discussed on Big Blue View

"The giants decided that they needed to move on that they needed to build this franchise around a different type of player and why why they felt like the relationship with odell simply wasn't going to work as for the remarks by baker mayfield for him to say that it blows my mind that the giants drafted daniel jones i mean i heard also people said oh well. He walked back and he said he was misquoted. In this and that that's nonsense i mean he basically he said what he said. He wasn't asked about daniel jones. He wasn't an asked about the giants. He said that unsolicited. Those words can't really be misinterpreted. I don't care what he says in retrospect or you know trying to walk that back whether that's his idea to walk it back or whether that's the browns telling him that he needs to try to walk it back. I don't know i really don't don't care. You know mayfield's guy that that says a lot of things. He likes to hear himself talk. He's a wonderful player little bit like i always used to say about autodial beckham. When beckham was with the giants he should just be quiet and let his talents speak for itself instead of trying to be a personality trying trying to be a brand trying to be trying to be an entertainer of sorts and the thing that that i take away from all of that that should impact the giants hi it's. I don't care what baker mayfield said. What i do care about is the way that daniel jones reacted to. It read his comments at big blue view from yesterday. Look at the <hes> at videos that are posted on the site of jones owns talking about baker mayfield's remarks the classy even-handed noncontroversial way that that this young man handled all of that nonsense from baked from baker mayfield is a big part of the reason why the giants drafted him. It's a big part part of the reason why dave gettleman john mara say that he can handle everything that goes with being the quarterback of the new york giants in for me. The takeaway is that it was another good sign. You know that that daniel jones is up to the task. We don't know what kind of a player he's going to be. We know he's had a great pre season. We know that that he's sixteen for nineteen. We know he's looked really really good but it's preseason against second and third team defenders playing playing you know pretty much vanilla schemes so we can't go and put put him in the hall of fame based on all of that but i do find that the way he has conducted himself from the very beginning and the way that he conducted himself in the face of all of this mayfield nonsense was a very positive sign that that that he is as i said up to the task of handling that part of being a quarterback in new york which is dealing rolling with distractions dealing with media dealing with a lot of stuff that comes off the football field things that you'd rather not have to deal with but when you're in new york work it is what it is and and i think that daniel jones is definitely up to that challenge alright giants fans. Let's take a quick break here for word from our sponsors monsters and then as promised i will bring you an interview that i did with emory haunt of football game plan as we look forward to the giants two thousand nineteen gene season. This episode is brought to you by c._b._s. Sports h._q. So much sports.

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"emory" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"emory" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Now we take you to the on art bell's somewhere in time my guess is professor Courtney brown he is a tenured PhD professor at Emory University he has written a book called that terrible it does make a cosmic journey is a cosmic voyage it is a cosmic trip that's for sure and what we have done in the last in the last two hours is to establish the scientific validity of remote viewing the ability to look add a distant geographic location the ability to look at a distant person or object the ability to enter their mind the ability to read into the future seat literally into the future or the past and without without going through all of the discussion of the past two hours I will tell you if you have been listening you should be by now convinced of the scientific about reality and viability of remote viewing we have not yet talked about some of the targets that doctor brown has viewed that part is coming up I could not have done that ladies and gentlemen in my view without having established the base the scientific repeatable base of proof for the existence of remote viewing having done that and I think having done that we will indeed begin to ask about specific targets shortly I want to remind everybody just a quick note we've got the double helix crop circle the most remarkable thing.

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"emory" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"emory" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"At Emory, but you are the best in terms of preface Oriel approaches, and my congratulations to you with Dorothy. You're going to be downloading the podcast, every Sunday, and maybe I can move to Savannah, Georgia and. And being seven. A lot of the south in the South Bronx, where I came from. Newt gingrich. Thank you, once again for your appearance and best wishes with the book collusion, it's a wonderful read. Thank you very much. Newt thank you. You're welcome. Now, ladies and gentlemen, is, you know, this is not a political show, which is why I moved away from the discussion on. Republicans versus Democrats. Everybody's gonna make up their own mind. My job is to manage your money play the cards that we are dealt and the cards that are coming out of the dealers handwrite now are some of them come in from the bottom of the deck. Some from the top of the deck some from the middle. This is an unusual period, and you've got to get used to the changes that are occurring. We've had a market that's been fabulous. You look at your statements at the end of March and you're saying, well the parties on. Well, let me put a little bit of warning out there. This cannot continue at this rate, the best year the market ever had nineteen fifty four was up forty five percent. Where already if you wanna annualise this close to fifty fifty five or sixty percent it has to. Run into some stumbling blocks. Just brace yourself meet with your adviser. If you're looking for another one, all apply for the job, we've been managing money for four decades. We're a very thorough research, oriented firm. Give me a call. Gary Goldberg.

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"emory" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"emory" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Tech yourself. We have Eric asked with us right now. You know, just you are so gorgeous. Now, you went to Decatur you went to school in Decatur Georgia. Cater where greater. Tell me how long did you spend enjoy in Decatur I actually army brat. So for us to start and finish in Georgia's a huge deal start and finish. My father's I station as well as his last day. News down. What was that in court binning for bending? Yes. He added the army. He's in the army. He was he was actually a chaplain captain in the army so daughter to preachers. Oh, so your mother's a preacher to. Yes. And what what do nomination is? Where y'all my mom's Baptist church have gotten Christ. No similar. It's not like two completely opposite ends of the spectrum just prays differently. So what were the years you were in Georgia? I was in Georgia. Oh, my my my. High school there and college there, and then I did I went to Emory pre med at Emory University Freeman to no I not well, I finished undergrad, but in terms of like medical school track. No, I did not complete that. I'm the medical school thing was to. Appease your parents. Pretty much. Listen when you when you are the daughter of a preacher slash military officer, you kinda learn okay? This is what you. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes, ma'am. And that's pretty much it, and it wasn't until college at I actually started questioning I was like, wait a minute. It's making me happy. And then I started like getting knows. And I was at first nervous. I was like what does that mean? What is what is being? I'm not happy about it. Do I have a choice, and then I started exploring those things. So that's why think college is great saying school. How are your parents? You said well, no longer going to be a doctor. The fact that I knew how they were going to be the reason why I didn't tell them. Oh, I kept it a secret. So I did this for year without them knowing and then after I paid off all my school loans in them first year got my own apartment. Furnished it and then put a little money in the Bank and flew my mother over to Japan where I decided to this huge life changing decision to tell her. There wasn't really much. She could. Argument. 'cause it's like, why did you want me to be a doctor, honestly because you weren't sure that it was gonna fulfil all those parts of me that you know, made me know that this is why God put me on the earth. It was just something that you could feel proud of me to say that your child did. And then also some that you wouldn't have to worry about me because I would make the appropriate funds to take care of myself. So now, I'm doing something that you shouldn't be shamed. To tell people that your child does especially because she can now take care of herself. Right. Right. Right. Mrs let me just work this time line because okay, you were going to college at Emory and then for a year, they didn't know you were going to college and you were living in Japan for year before they found out. You were not finishing your now that was right after college. So right after college undergrad. Uh-huh. I finished Emory after that is when I went to to pan for the year. Right. What did they think you were doing in Japan? They thought I was teaching English because that what I agreed to with my mother. Other with that. I would take a year off and then go to medical school and she felt comfortable with that. Because of a lot of gap there. Yeah. And I didn't take a gap year, obviously between high school and college went, you know, straight through, and it's like, I know that medical school is going to be very daunting and very frustrating tough..

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"emory" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"emory" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Movin ninety two point five. Jolly me alone. David Guetta Emory. Dot com. Go. I knew Phew. Today. Every day's a Saturday. Never see muscle. Chinese. Head coach. Today. Every day. But every Sunday you here, don't you? Don't you ever? Don't you? I'm tony. Music station. Movin ninety two point five. Moving condos Donald Trump trying to keep it peaceful job over me up at six AM. Like you. We knew love..

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"emory" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"emory" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Three question a comment about this situation referencing Emory University, as you know, an Emory University. Professor used the N word during class many students were offended by this. They protested and the news got involved with this professor apologized, and then Emory University released a statement, and it read in part, and I read this again offensive language was not part of the case law cited the use of this or any racial slur in our community is unacceptable. Commissioner Errington junior Marvin Arrington junior who graduated from Emory school of law sent an open letter yesterday and said this professor must go. Commissioner Errington, I'm reading the statement from Emory University. That says this is unacceptable, obviously, they accepted it. Right. I mean, in fact, you know, the professors statement said that he wants to make it less likely that this would occur in the future. This actually, the response by Emory University and Emory school of law actually, makes it more likely that this will occur in the future. Because all they've said is the students don't have to take his class for the next two years students can opt out of taking his class where the two years, and he's gonna take some sensitivity training. Well, all that. Does it say, okay. All you have to do is issue. An apology. You can say whatever words you want to the aim were decay were the F word. You can say whatever word you want to issue an apology, take some sensitivity, training know, if this is in fact, unacceptable if Emory University actually has a mission statement, if they actually have goals and core values statement this. This is unacceptable. And if if this is unacceptable, then they need to sever all ties immediately. Hey, thank you. Professor you've served as well. But you chose to use this word and your choice to use this word on our university is inconsistent with our core values is inconsistent with our mission statement. And we're severing all ties Commissioner you are not only in elected official. You're also a lawyer yourself a practicing lawyer at that. Let's go to the Email. You sent you sent an Email. You copied everybody on this Email, including myself and many other members of the faculty Emory University. No one took the bait. No balcony member took the bait. No, professor took the bait. Tip one. This one person responded, I think the name is William Carney. Right. And this person took the bait and responded from their official Emory University Email account. One of the responses to your E mail that said this professor must go a professor from Imrie said to you. From their galaxy, by the way. They responded and included everybody in the response and said to you, do you think it might be consistent with what I hope we taught you about due process by enquiring go professor Swire about the circumstances. And context of his remarks or do you not care about the reasons to destroy a good man's career? I hope my former colleagues would not stand by in silence. If you proceed without a fair inquiry. Well again. I don't believe that. There's any set of circumstances. I don't believe I'm not finished. Okay. This is juicy. Your responded and CC'd everybody and said as I stated dean Hughes, please provide me with an example of an acceptable. Use of the N word in a classroom setting at Emory law school question, Mark. Their silence. And then you say, do you think the use is in line with the mission statement goals and core values of Emory University and the school of law if so please expound silence. And then. Here comes good old. Professor, William Carney responding and this person from Emory University says if dean Hughes didn't know or investigate the context they shame on him. For acting so harshly. You're a lawyer who often to get information before acting. Where is your sense of decency? Now, let me go down a little bit. There's a bit of back and forth, and you then respond and say to this professor you didn't copy everyone on this response. So I cop he'd and paste it your response. So the entire group can see your response and the response from this professor was and I quote, this is a juvenile response while I have never used this word than in the classroom Paul's right there. I have never used this word in the classroom. I will continue the quote continues by saying I'm certain there must be reported cases where the word comes up and some may be in books. He says that without citing the case book, which is improper for any researcher. In addition to that, he says Secondly, why be so hypersensitive I really hate it. When people I'm so I'm provided commentary by just half to somebody uses the n word in the white guy tells you stop being so hypersensitive. Really? Okay. He's a Secondly, why be so hypersensitive many people have been called disparaging names, I've been called a GED Catholic and a m word and most Jews have heard the word and he uses the word. He puts the word here. The K word. They were McKay word, then he says, there are lots of other people in our melting pot who have experienced similar epithets, which I don't detail here. Try to get over it. And respond to it by helping people get the best education. They can as you did. I mean, damn well, I mean, that's exactly what I'm trying to do. I'm trying to help Amri. I'm trying to hold them to their standards. I'm trying to hold them to their own language. Right. And you cannot get a good education. If you think that the professor may use the N word or any the K word or any of these other racial slurs at any time, and certainly by not punishing him respond harshly the university didn't respond harshly. The only thing they said is he's gotta take a sensitivity class and students can opt out of taking his class for the next two years. How was that harsh? He wasn't suspended. He didn't lose a patriot. He just students get the opportunity to opt out of his class for the next two years. There's a level of irony here and the level of irony years. That in order for this professor to defend. The professor who used the word this professor decided to use racial slurs himself. Well, I mean, it really was a trap, right? That's why I asked him please provide me an example of acceptable using the classroom because in order to provide an example of an acceptable. Use you have to use a slur in order to do it, and he attempted to do so and he attempted to do so. But regardless of that, even if you use those word, right? He's correct people. Use those words all the time. The question is is it in line with the mission core values and goals of Emory University? And we'll Emory University live up to its standards does Emory University have any integrity itself. We got more on the other side four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three of you would like to opine four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three. I thought his response was inappropriate. Offensive and once again, marginalized the offense and the people who were offended. The professor who use the n word said, basically, I was wrong. The person defending the professor using the N word is saying he was not wrong. Okay. We got more on the other side four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three getting rid of the realist man on radio. Pesident had the same county grants ended up. And when.

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"emory" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"emory" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The other big stories that we've been following is, that of the Golden State killer he. Was caught back in April DNA evidence linked him DNA evidence linked him to some murders we know that, he's been accused of rapes and murders. All up and down the state in northern California all the way down to southern California the latest thing was is we didn't know where he, was going to be tried where the trial was going to be held this past week six district attorney's from different counties up and. Down the state got together and they decided where they were finally, going to try him we spoke to Samson from the Sacramento bee for more on this they're going to. Try them up in Sacramento county where he lived and where he was arrested in April they have determined that there were so many crimes there and in northern California in general. That it would just be easier for everyone involved to do a joint. Prosecution in Sacramento that includes all six of the counties. That, have charges filed against him and we also. Found out some new charges against him Two he's already. Been charged with thirteen murders but there's some new and, kind of creative ways they're charging him. They're being very aggressive in what they're doing with them he was accused of about fifty sexual assault as, the east area rapist in the Sacramento. Area and today they filed thirteen counts against him better related to sexual assault cases from the nineteen seventy nine of them in Sacramento for them, in contra Costa county but they didn't charge him with rape they charged him with kidnapping for robbery and the reason they did that. Is because the statute of limitations on rape cases ran out long, ago but there's no statute on this particular charge and so the allegation is that he moved a victim's. At knife point gun point as part of a kidnap for robbery that led to sexual assaults the use of a knife or gun also adds extra time to possible sentence or. I it's kind of a special charges well right right and in addition. Ten of the thirteen murder charges have special circumstances attached Tim so that could conceivably to prosecutors seeking the death penalty other they made clear today that they, have not decided what to do about that. DNA is at the center of a lot of this case that's how he was caught and how they connected all the dots one of the reasons why they initially said that it might be held in southern California the trial was because, that's where a lot of the. DNA, evidence, was. Some of the, crimes in northern California there's no DNA associated with it I mean is that going to be a problem they say it won't. Be a problem initially they were thinking that they would try it down south because there is DNA from several of the murders. In the southern counties, that can, tie him to, these cases they say but. There's also some DNA out of, contra Costa county two, of the four kidnapping robbery charges have DNA evidence none of. The kidnapper robbery charges Sacramento do and the two murders in Sacramento, don't have DNA evidence either but the district attorney Emory Shubert made it. Plain that they think they can convict him they, don't, file charges unless they're convinced that they can do it as, been any mention of the death penalty are possible sentences I know it's very very early but you know he's an old man already if. You talk to these prosecutors they'll tell you openly they don't know. If this case will ever get to trial it's really up to the defense and what. Their next move is whether they pursue a delay or change of venue to go somewhere else they just have. No way of knowing the desk Penalty aspect of it or. Require, each of the offices the has murder cases to sit down and follow their process for deciding whether the individual deserves it in their mind whether there are mitigating circumstances what kind, of life they live but it's hard to imagine that. Someone is faced with thirteen murder charges isn't going to. End up looking at the death penalty when. Do we expect this to possibly as you said if ever, go to trial I mean I would assume it did take a long time to get. Everybody together on the same page to they want to move rapidly but there's just no way to know what that means he's. Got a court appearance, Thursday at, which he will, be arraigned on these new. Charges twenty six counts over filed, today in Sacramento fed, remember he was arrested in April and he hasn't even entered. A plea so this could literally go on for years and years, yeah I mean it was just last week that we spoke to you. And we got the thirteenth murder charge for correct So things are. Moving fast in some respects and moving very slow and others. What's the sense of the community out there now that we know that he's caught and how this case is progressing, so far well there's palpable, relief Sacramento was literally terrorized by, these crimes and I know it was decades ago is where I got there but when you talk to people who live there. Including the DA Emory at the time, they have a hard time expressing just how? Fearful people, were and so there's tremendous relief and when you go to these court hearings at the ancho appears that a lot of the. Victims victims families will travel long distances just to be. There to see him they want their day in court they wanna look him in the. Eye he's a boogeyman really you know even though. He's caught now and it happened years and years ago the memories of. Those things always live on keep following up as the. Case. Against the, Golden State killer progresses Samson reporter for the Sacramento bee thank you very much for joining us anytime.

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"emory" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"emory" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Well i think it all came together incrementally you know certainly the forensic evidence i thought was pivotal that being that the the handgun that was used in this case did not malfunction with working in perfectly good condition and require twelve and a quarter pounds of pressure to be exacted on the trigger in make fire i think that was in direct contradiction to what the defendant in this case has been expressing not only to the police but also to others and i think that perhaps we'll step one back to the prophet coming up with what you're gonna wear well it's it's a mandatory sentences a mandatory life sentence and so there's not much mystery about it the only question will be is what the judge might add to it but at minimum he'll receive a life sentence a non parole life sentence and one of the other things we like to say with respect to the evidence one of the things that really led us to trot start to understand that this was not an accident is the employees from emory university and we really have to think the the nurses the doctors and the staff members at emory university because once we started to talk with them and first of all what they describe to us what someone who was not grieving over the death of his wife then when they started to reveal to us the different versions of the facts certainly we started asking ourselves why is it that someone who was telling the truth with need to come up with several different versions of what happened so once we heard the people from memory and is clinton said with some of the other stuff than bob with the gun as prosecutors we hear this all of the time we we hear this term all the time the gun went off you know some people say good went off and i shot him eight times in the back so we hear that a lot and so we heard it it it makes you suspicious but then we started to see somebody other evidence which clearly said this was not an accident quarter to six here wsb i'm chris chandler in the news center and what you're listening to is.

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"emory" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"emory" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"The ms emory's had their baby yesterday whoa i did not know that happened that monroe sky ms enin is here wow the feels like so fast yeah it does but i just found out what when did they announced they announced it pretty well i guess i was going to say pretty late but i guess they waited the typical amount of time that people usually wait they find out and then they wait like three or four months and then they tell people and then i relived it on total divas this past season so it feels even more recent like watching her in the doctor's office and get the sonogram and everything like that and yeah now she's here wow it really that really amazing that is amazing and surprising i did not realize it was coming up this quick even the like the due date was like missile mania wow amazing well congratulations to the zana's what else as she g speaking of anniversaries in wrestlemainia matches wrestlemania thirteen anniversary of thirteen past recently last week and to commemorate stone cold and bret hart were on edge christians podcast and they did like a complete breakdown of the match and that he may the match up just think people should definitely go listen to stone cold and brett breakdown like the planning of the match and like little subtle things that happened in the match because it was a great listen this is not number one podcast you're going to listen to this week i'll be that's that's us but.

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"emory" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"emory" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Beautiful but they put in all kinds of constructions on the street they put in crosswalk so people from the hospital side can walk over sides all kinds of great things you guys are really sort of right there between downtown amid right it's not really downtown it sorta it's a battle i call it downtown emory it midtown it's really right in between there's been out there was a long time because we would have the folks from central atlanta progress on the show from time to time and i would always talk about that no man's land right where you are it was partly because of the shelter and just the highway bridge and all of that stuff and i would sort of say like somebody has to fix that problem because you know there's great stuff in midtown and there is stephan downtown but then there's this sort of middle ground you have to bring them together right so you're you're you're there it's just it's going to be great it's going to be great so she and talk to me about the kind of food you've got sure for for the lectures everything is a lot of traditional things with my twists on it like what brought you guys it's the e snob sellers if you're you know what i'm talking about hey it's just a cute name but it's a twist on the cobb salad we do everything that we have this amazing sage blue cheese dressing that we put on it they'll be put on full slices of bacon that sort of thing we have these great you know you know we we do turkey sandwiches turkey clubs that are out of this world but we roast the whole turkey and you know we don't use deli meats we use a aids black forest ham but other things like that we roast the whole side of whatever this is the real deal it is it is when you closed ended the renovations on how are you able to sort of sustain that because i know that's really hard for a restaurant.

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"emory" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"emory" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Michigan presentation to dig defined redeem sex between men and boys as their official as official title right here it's called pederasty kinship a d idealising core studies and uh i find this absolutely crazy in that nobody's made a statement on this publicly now let's say this didn't take place apparently took place on the ninth woman find out but if it didn't who would who would suggest something like this and somebody say oh yeah we can gauge we got a a spare room done here for the seminar woah will hook you up through the women studies department now this dirt bag as a men who put this together uh i guess he's a phd that's on emory's website emory university and romance studies graduate certificate feminist studies a mellon postdoctoral study insects and university of pennsylvania humidity's form two thousand fifteen and sixteen that'll end and i want to get more into this to that tells me that this guy's not qualified to do anything except think crazy things and then trying to foist demonises if they are uh reality seriously that's what that's all about that point let's see what uh trump bridge rob has to say rob welcomed done yards how you doing fabulous how're you doing bad were in a try we're heading over to the town hall for the governor's today and uh checking in with you thanks for what you're doing that stuff they've been listening to about michigan state that needs to be checks will michigan when i just exposes of michigan we've been doing this for awhile to not i to this day is astounds me that people still look at you them as well i'm not gonna the knowledge out over here because i want to go to the football game and i want to be part of this tough two big shot university i'm an alumni society the start turning in their rings and started yet taken their donations back and send you people have become completely insane at management level only one every penny back and if we have to crush the u of m than do it because when i just exposed here on this show is straight up evil.

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"emory" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"emory" Discussed on WSB-AM

"See the on account of the emory university football season my alma mater yes which you really have to look for that yeah it's under the undefeated team yes undefeated season of emory university football day okay we'll just go the next steps yes let's say we have a like linear striber club tournament this morning oh i wonder where they're going to go you know you got a really want to do this site you know this time of year humanity the cold i'd like to hear from you is twenty after the hour i like to hear from you guys about what's the coldest day you ever fish now that for the sp radio network uh we had some calls a couple of weeks ago from minnesota uh and i know that's going to be colder but for the southeast o'neill's one little a tournament r r i used fish lot but not so much anymore but uh the coldest day i ever spent uh was at lake hartwill for a tournament that was in the late seventies or early '80s and we when when we went out that morning uh it was three degrees the high that day was nine while five twenty one we got to get out of here at that you're really smart today that oh yeah it was brilliant and what if you had fallen in the water outer died marta gotta get out of here for a bright this is o'neill silent anywhere o account when we return herman cane abroad more isn't the only example of what they have done this sort of thing i can't speak for all of the eight accusations against roar more from a different women but i can tell you about my situation i know full of fact that two of the three accusers receive money or a job now with no merit to the accusations but you see the liberals and a democrat don't care about troop herman cane every day eleven till noon on the wsb o'neill hearing w a joy using products that performed the best in their category i'd like to say that cda puts its money where its mouth is and guarantees its muzzleloaders to perform better than any of their competition top allied acura series rifles have more guarantees than any other muzzle over on the.

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