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"Agency, making a home visit. They would ask about spending habits. Alcohol consumption, gambling, marital status, and even check on the children in school. Women weren't eligible for the rays unless they were single with children. And men weren't eligible unless their wife stayed at home. And of course, every employee had to speak English. Though they claimed that there was a safety component to the English requirement, Ford was also a notorious racist and anti semite with a strong anti internationalist tilt. In fact, some sources indicate that his hatred for the Dodge brothers stem from the misguided belief that the pair were Jewish. Well, there's the star David on the emblem, but the triangle is also Greek for D so it would be like two D's, both the Dodge brothers are twined. Okay, they were not Jewish. And the triangle motif actually continued. It continued through Dodge's history, like dodges in the 60s. Their logo was a triangle. And now they're bringing that triangle logo back for the Dodge EV muscle Yeah, what's it called again that little move? The E muscle. No, the delta. Well, yeah, that was the fluke ring that you're thinking of Joe. Thinking of the fluke rang. That's not the fluke ring. The flickering is a different kind of arrow sort of design. It's easy to get that confused. Anyway, back to Henry Ford and his racism. Henry Ford was also an avowed conspiracy theorist and love to speak on the dangers that internationalism posed to traditional American values. Despite being the son of immigrants himself. Hitler looked up to Henry Ford. Or they were friends. They were buddies. So cool. So in the early 1920s, Ford sponsored a weekly anti semitic paper and later, he funded square dancing in American schools because he believed jazz was created by Jewish people and was a threat. Of course. However, Ford was also one of the only major corporations that would hire black employees, women, or handicapped men, and perhaps the most shocking tidbit on Ford is his inclusion in mein kampf, where he is the only American mentioned favorably. Hitler later said that Ford was quote his inspiration, and even kept a life sized portrait of Ford next to his desk. A life size portrait. She's apparently in the Ford archives. There's us one safe that has film of Henry Ford and Hitler hanging out. We should we licensed it? I mean, at least the square dancing. At least he had some, you know. That was it that we had to do that in school. What a waste of time. You had to do square dancing in school? Yeah. What? Yeah. At your sock hops or what? No, like this was something we did and we had to do this multiple times. Elementary like imp, not even in elementary school, it was like, it was like, you know, like, a month, right? Where it's like, all right, every Tuesday and Thursday we're going to go to the cafeteria and learn how to square dance. And then we did have to do that in PE, in junior high as well. Geez. The square dancing lobbyists and a task adera hardcore. Strong. Well dude, okay, so I was like, aren't square dancing, whatever. It wasn't until later on, like, three years ago when I learned about the whole Henry Ford square dancing jazz conspiracy thing. And I was like, that is some racist holdover. Yeah. Why are we doing this? Because rock and roll is made by the devil. They made us do jazz hands for hours at a time. Just kidding. We'll get back to more past gas, but right now, a word from our sponsors. Big thanks to auto tempest for sponsoring this episode of pass gas. I love looking for used cars. I basically do it all day while I'm at my computer. And I always go to auto tempest dot com because they have the best selection of cars throughout the U.S. and Canada. 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Pass gas is supported by first republic bank with a best in class banking app that allows you to bank anywhere anytime in a dedicated personal banker when you need one on one service. First republic is uniquely positioned to offer best of both worlds. With this combination of personal attention and convenience, it's no wonder that first republic bank has a client satisfaction rating two times the industry average. So whether you're opening a personal line of credit or planning your retirement, you can count on first republic to be there for you. Every step of the way. Is it first republic dot com today to learn more? That's first republic dot com. Member FDIC equal housing lender. Well, look, I should have paid more attention to square dancing, actually, because there was a time in my life community college. When I would go to this country not country club, like a club, the graduate had country night on Thursdays, like a honky tonk. It was like a essentially honky tonk night. And square dancing or line dancing, I'm sorry. Square dancing is different than line dancing. But I feel like the principles are probably the same. I did not know how to line dance, James. I don't know. If you know how, if you know any steps, any dances, no. I don't even know the hoot scoot and buggy. I know you gotta get down, turn around. Go to town. Hoot's getting boogie. Did they let you in, even if you didn't have hammer loops on your pants? Oh yeah, I was definitely not dressed at country at all. You kind of have a crisp pen foot loose bud. Chris Penn. Where are you talking about Chris Penn Glover? No, Sean Penn's brother. Stop pointing that out of my dad. Remember in reservoir dogs? You're talking Chris spin, Glover? No, I'm talking Chris Penn Sean prinze brother. It's like an MF Doom line. Yes. Oh, Chris Penn died, right? No. Damn, I was gonna say we need a Kevin.
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"Earlier. This month in the middle of the night. The supreme court refused to block a texas law that bans most abortions that law is now the most restrictive abortion measure in the nation it bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy and establishes a sort of bounty system. That allows anyone to sue those involved in facilitating an abortion. This is a bigger than texas. The decision could be a blueprint of gutting. Roe v wade. The supreme court ruling that legalized abortion nationally is going to play out in the courts and while it does groups on the ground are figuring out how to adopt is ena. Zamora is the executive director of the fraud data fund they provide support and funding for those seeking abortions in texas rio grande valley. We're gonna talk about what this decision means for those seeking care and where the spite goes from here. A lot of us are in texas right now. We're not looking at this through the lens of someone who was there where using where in texas are you. I'm located in the rio grande valley so deep south texas along the us mexico border. What are you hearing from people in texas. There's a lot of confusion around the law and just people being upset. I think a lot of people think that this law just went way too far the biggest concern for most of the people who do abortion funding work is. How are we going to help. People get their abortion care in your own words. What is this legislation. Do so sp eight what it does is. It bans abortion past six weeks in texas. It is essentially a complete abortion banned because by the time. Most people know that they're pregnant. They're unable to get an abortion and texas. This also has a very cruel and specific civil litigation our civil cause of action that allows anybody to sue anybody else who helps quote unquote to aid and abet someone and getting abortion care in texas past six weeks
"first republic bank" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"Been talking about getting unstuck and if you are like me when you approach a challenge like beam stock you are really good at the doing and the thinking and when it comes to the being could use a little help while ana lilia is a bradford coach and intuitive guide. She is here to share her personal story of using breath work to return to herself and to teach us how connecting with our breath can transform our lives. I'm so happy to be with you today. Likewise i'm excited to talk to you. Can you tell me about a time in your own life when you felt stuck. How rush time you know. I've always been someone who has very clear goal. Then there have been moments where i get comfortable even though deep down inside not happy but there's a part of me that's like well can really get any fighter like i've been in relationships that i've outgrown but it just feels so much more uncomfortable to end it and then start all over and going to the unknown than to really trust myself. Be like even if there isn't anything better. Like i need to honor the fact that i'm not happy right now and i need to move on so there's been times where i have felt stuck in relationships before i was doing breath work. I was working as an actor and that industry feel not in control at all i. You don't choose when you get an addition when you work or anything. And even though i was successful in that there was point in in that career where i just stood feel stuck in like okay. There has to be more. I want to be more in control of my life. And that's where. I was introduced while i was in therapy. Different healing modalities and one of the later. Modalities that i came across breath. Go what was it about breath. Work the clicked for you breath. We got me into my body and they. Rpi consciously a talking about like what's the problem and being really heavy a wrath work showed me and my body were the sadnesses wear. The pain was where the fear where the hesitation. And when i say it showed me wearing my body like physically my body contracted my hands cramped up my job. Got really tight. I started sobbing. My whole body was you know. Sometimes when you a few times we let ourselves like really fall apart and let it go. That's what was happening in my body. When i was doing work for the very first time and i was like whoa okay and then afterwards feeling like ten pounds lighter my body just feeling more relaxed. I felt like oh what do at all and then also it was crazy to step. Outside of the studio was in and feel like the colors were so bright. Like the point where i felt like i need to put on sunglasses because everything just looked so much brighter and so i was so intrigued. At by doing this simple breathing exercise. I was to become really connected with my body and my emotions allow myself to feel and express them and then vilson better. What a gift jamaica here dropping by lino that latino latina is sponsored by first republic bank first republic has made it their mission to understand their clients needs and provide them an unparalleled level of service. I can confirm. I open that account earlier. This year with their relationship based approach to banking first republic provides tailored solutions individuals and businesses at any stage of life. Whether it's opening a savings account buying you first home or starting family first republics commitment to personal service is designed to change the way you feel about banking. See for yourself. How clients always come first. At first republic bank visit first republic dot com today to learn more that's first republic dot com member. Fdic equal housing lender. You teach people how to get reconnected. With their breath and the question that leads me to as how do we become disconnected from our breath in the first place even though we breed naturally we take over twenty thousand breasts today. I think if we pulled those of you listening how often or conscious you are of your breathing. It's probably going to be just one percent. We just take it for granted and we don't really notice it unless you're having a panic attack than you notice the tightness in your chest that you can't breathe but what i help people do is first before we go into the active raving. Yeah notice what's going on in your body. What is your breath doing right now. Are you holding your breath. Does it feel constricted in your chest. Are you taking short. Shallow breaths are you bringing from your chest. are you breeding from your diaphragm. What are the late equality of the brass and just by having that information then for those have been working with me for a little bit we take it a step further and we notice our emotions so your breath also can give you information about how. You're feeling emotionally if you are overwhelmed. Scared freaked out. You are probably gonna notice that. Your breasts are shorter. Breath holding Infrequent there's just like not as much oxygen going into your body basically. You're kind of in a paralyzed frightened states but if you notice when you're feeling happy and relaxed you might notice that your breathing is longer. You might even notice that you drop your breathing to your diaphragm. Which is where we should be breathing on a day to day. But as we get older we just kind of stopped reading from our diaphragm. If you notice your Your baby is gonna be breathing using the diaphragm. Your pets breathe using their diaphragm. And i'm old musical theater nerd. So as you're saying. I'm like. Oh yes i remember my diaphragm now. I forgot about it. Yes for the singers out there and all that yes so when you drop down to your belly it just helps your body feel like you are safe and it doesn't have to be on high alert. Your para sympathetic. Nervous system is activated. So you are in the rest and digest so even if there is a stressful situation like for me now. Because i do so much breathing and i've been doing it for six years when i am in a high stress situation like for example last year my house got broken into and when i got the news i noticed might breeding immediately changed to a deep slow belly breath and i was so proud of my body that automatically in you how to regulate instead of going into that pattern so being in that state allowed me to clear and be able to respond to the situation and give like instructions to doctor who showed up to my house broken into instead of like freaking out as well and mirroring what she was giving me and then just like reacting so that i teach my clients as well using their brands to change it to be in a position of power and control. How long does.
"first republic bank" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"Health. I found this conversation really inspiring because unlike so many of our guests who have a five year plan bullet out from the jump evil. He's really fault her way through becoming a ceo and while she may not have always been clear about the how of building this business she is now. She has always held tight to her. Why ev- elise thank you so much for doing this. Thank you so much for having me. I am so into you as you were just building something that is so desperately needed and does not exist. And it's one of those things really. How does this not exist. I feel the same way now. I want to start at the beginning of. Which is that growing up. You thought you'd be doctor. You wanted to be a doctor. What was motivating you down that path. So this is one of those things that i didn't know what was motivating me until i was a little older a lot of therapy later to see it but i know often the case right you can look back and say oh that makes sense. I didn't have all the pressure to be a doctor in pay everyone's bills that wasn't the motivating factor. In fact. my family was very like low key. They will just live your life. Love learning that was one of the priorities that my family instilled. But i grew up in the south. Bronx and i grew up with asthma. My mom had asthma. We grew up just seeing a lot of. I don't want to call it. Chaos because in many ways it was like community life but just seeing a lot of traumatic things from you know car crash so like just people struggling. And i think in many ways what i uncovered later on like. I wanted to be a doctor. Because i wanted to help people i wanted to be able to save people. I also wanted to have like the stability especially the financial stability. That i didn't really grow up with so for me. I've always loved science. And i will always love the magic of the human body but being a doctor was away to take care of. My mom took care of my family my grandmother and not have to worry about like. Do we pay the rent or the light bill this month. What got in the way of you pursuing that when you're younger it's like what do you want to be could be anything. The reality i think. Four black latino. Want me for latino. The reality of what paths are gonna easier ones versus the harder ones that starts to emerge a lot later of the first in my family to go to college so i didn't really have a plan. No one was like. Hey this is what you need to do apply here. I just kind of winged it. So i enrolled in city college locally like leaving college and then i feel like i'm going to be a doctor and they were like really work that way. You don't just get to choose. I didn't know how to even like villages sticks or the hoops or the just the past becoming a doctor. That looked like you did still end up working in medicine when health in health care In fact today. I work with a ton of doctors and one of my. I like careers. I was actually training physicians and researchers. I think what's interesting like these conversations is that it sounds so nicely packaged What the reality was. I went to college and i had to switch to move to florida so i didn't even graduate right away from where i was going. I had a switch then. I was a waitress for a really long time and a bartender and my first corporate job was actually in. I worked for anheuser busch. I saw that on your linked. I was like oh i haven't heard this is part of the story because you're right. There is a pressure to package it up so that all makes sense in some of it some of their life and i happen fee. It's messy and again. If you had asked me like i i gave up. I gave up on the idea. I was like oh. There's no way i'd be a doctor. In fact i thought i was going to be a waitress forever. I thought i was going to be a wages bartender forever. You know the tips are gray. I can make this happen. And i really gave up on that dream on even my passions. These are all sorts of selling on my deep dark secrets. But i used to work at a restaurant in. I actually took the day shift. And what i would do is i would wear business. Clothes like put on like slacks and heels to go to my waitressing job. That was like from ten to six. And just so. I could pretend that i had a real job while i was a waitress. 'cause i was just like wow this. Let me just pretend. We're all my other friends. Had real jobs well to be clear. Being a waitress is a real job. It's just not an upwardly mobile job. Yes thank you for that clarification. And when i think about it in hindsight i think a lot of the reason so successful today at my real job like today in my grownup job really is all attributed to the skills that i learned as a waitress by the skills that i learned as a bartender the ability to talk to people to listen to hear to relate to strangers in many ways to build report to make things happen like in the actual labor the work ethic of being on your feet and doing labor like i tell everyone. Now that is if you don't know what you need to do like please go work in the restaurant industry. That is probably one of the jobs that i think doesn't get enough credit for one. How brilliant it is how beautiful and like how teaches you so much about yourself and about the world around you yet you and deo see proving that you can take these skills and parlay them into being a member of congress or a ceo. You like here dropping by to let you know that. Let's latina is sponsored. 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"America. It would be weird to make yourself smaller and less powerful than you could be. That's the sort of pragmatic Way of looking at it. But on another level I don't think there's that much difference between an underperforming school in the Bronx and an underperforming school in East L. A. And I don't think there's that much difference between substandard housing. In Hartford, Connecticut and substandard housing in southwest Chicago. And I don't think there's that much difference in a bilingual education fight. In Miami schools as in, You know, Orange County schools. There are transcendent issues that are held in common in all these different places in the country where we live. And under insurance. For instance, the terrible threat to the health of these people under insurance doesn't feel that different or act that different. In Boston from the way it does in Houston, and the numbers are pretty similar. So why would you say We're so different and we're not the same people. And don't call me that when the things that Members of these various national groups identify when you ask them. What are the issues work? Doesn't pay enough. Education isn't reliable as a journey into the middle class. We can't get health insurance. Our jobs are insecure. You know why fight and say OK, But now as a Salvador and I'm going to try to fight that battle by myself as a Puerto Rican, I'm gonna try to fight that battle by myself. I don't understand the math behind it. I don't understand the sociology behind it. I don't get it, but also its old thinking. Yes. If you came from Santo Domingo, you will You have an investment in being Dominican. That's different. From someone who was born in Queens. I get that I get that, and I think that my Children's generation are going to have a very different idea about the whole thing. Your your generation Not to put too fine a point. You know, That's your Yeah, That's honestly that's the best explanation. I've heard. So Thank you. All right. Well, you know, looking down the road. Give me a recipe for the next 10 years. Did you end your book? You know, hopeful way, given everything that you saw the good the bad and the sometimes ugly Did you come away from the reporting trip thinking we're gonna be all right? Absolutely. Yeah, And that's sort of what I'm fixing onto things and seeing continuing to sort of cover and and follow and that younger generation that is creating a new path for themselves. And in making a statement in the way that they just didn't 2020. I'm interested in following that story. And but more than anything, as usual, I want to know in this election who were once again that people were that were left out. Which is what I was fixed it out in 2016, Which is what prompted me to write this book. But I still want to know that 30 40% that didn't show up to vote in. Is that the ex? Right? Where is that? Still after that, you know that didn't feel part of us. Is that still And the indigenous folks that were never reached in because people were just reaching out in English and Spanish and are those the translation quips. And so I want to continue focusing on the people that were left out and see if it is, in fact, the younger generation of Latinos that starts to pull them in. I am, but I see more hope than anything. I'm interested to see how you know how this generation holds this administration accountable What that looks like And then just to continue following, you know, R us, Alice in positions of power, which I think is is happening in front of us right now. My guest. Woz is Bala Ramos. The book is called Finding Latin ex in search of the voices redefining Latino identity. It was great that you could join us today. Good luck on your reporting trip. Thank you. Thanks So much for having me you've been listening to world affairs, produced in partnership with KQED, with funding from First Republic Bank, Chevron, Denton's Asset Management Company and Jonathan and Marie Fist ball. If you want to hear this program or.
"first republic bank" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"That they're almost thank you so much for doing this. I would thank you. I am happy to be here. Your mom's Costa Rican. Puerto Rican growing up. What were the messages? You got about Healthy Living actually we did not talk about Healthy Living. I really the only thing I could really remember my dad saying was no too fast foods. So we always ate at home. He felt that fast foods were unhealthy. So the rice and beans and meat, you know, lots of plantains, you know, that's just how I grew up very traditional in culturally food-wise and nobody ever went to the gym. I mean that was unheard of growing up your parents, especially your dad like so many immigrants parents really big on the value of Education was the dream always to be a doctor. I always say my father brainwashed me ever since I was in first grade. He said look, the only way to progress in the United States is to get a diploma get a degree get some sort of recognition through education. He gave me three choices. He goes you either become a doctor a lawyer engineer pick one song. I just want to tell you every one's listening right now and raising their hand cuz it's like yeah. Those are those are the options. So I kept hearing that of course as a kid, you're like, oh God now, he's known knowing me and you know, I just want to be a kid, but I did realize probably around fourth or fifth grade that I was actually achieving significant goals and scores things came not easily but with studying and hard work, I think there was a positive impact. So that was a self reinforcement of I can actually do this. I'll be okay. If my mom had to work two jobs and my dad had to work two jobs. They did they included tutoring if it was needed just to be sure that I was able to keep up with the challenges. You go to Rutgers for undergrad then tops for your Ms. In nutritional Sciences. Why get the MS instead of going directly to medical school? So that was the argument I had with my dad for a few years when I told him I was going to probably not to a traditional biology undergraduate. I wanted to do nutrition and in my head I said well as if I was a nutritionist or dietician I could get a job. Okay, so I was a little pragmatic from the beginning. He was like, I don't know. I hope you can go to medical school, but then I decided I really thought having a bachelor's in nutrition was not enough that it needed to have a master's in order to get an acceptable sort of position. My dad was disappointed. He thought I let him down I think looking back he realizes that I took a little bit of a longer route, but he actually thinks it was probably a smart move on to UMDNJ now known as Rutgers School of biomedical and Health Sciences for your birth. Cardiology fellowship at Emory your residency at Cornell when I spoke to dr. Laura Scott. She's a dermatologist in Miami. We talked about how almost every medical student has a moment or a series of moments where they worry that they are on the wrong path. And this is particularly complicated and Medicine cuz you're normally pretty deep in at the point at which I realize that both deep into your schooling and deep into debt. What was that moment for you? Oh goodness from the beginning. I think that by the time I had applied for my life have been you know, pretty successful. I got a full scholarship for all four years at UMDNJ for my tuition. They had a very supportive system at the medical school down as Hispanic Center of Excellence. They had some infrastructure to help but I think in my mind I did not have the basic tools. Of really how to sit down how to study how to organize my thoughts. That was something I kind of haphazardly learned on my own but it wasn't taught by my parents. It was thought by anyone had no organizational skills. I was all over the map.
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"Kate is the one who asked the city to investigate the options. Kate says countless local businesses, nonprofits and faith based organizations have had to deal with a lot of changes during the show. Pandemic as chair of our Economic development Committee. I want to promote a spirit of entrepreneurship, innovation and creative solutions in light of the state mandates and county public health order and allow all businesses, nonprofits and faith based organizations capable of continuing to operate safely the right to do so. Park permit fees or deferred for 60 days. Permits will be issued on a first come first serve basis. When the council resumes in September. The mayor says he'll propose fees be waived. Permanently, the World Health Organisation ist says, depending on a vaccine to stop the pred spread of covert 19 is the only option. The program director, Dr Mike Ryan, says Herd immunity is not a viable option. One of the state's top health officials, is making a strong pitch to Californians to get a flu shot this fall when the cases of Corona virus could go up during a video update, Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galli said he's worried about the impact of both infections happening at the same time outbreaks of flu and code together. Will certainly cause a drain on already scarce health care resource is we've been talking to you for many months about preparing our search capacity of hospitals. Doctor Galley says. The same measures like wearing face masks that help prevent Potvin 19 can help you also avoid getting the flu or spreading it to someone else. Go, Go! News. Time to go to your closing bell. Brought to you by First Republic Bank, the S and P 500 close at an all time high Today..
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"Favorite music all your favorite stations all free Mobile news. Time to 06 Today's closing bell brought to you by First Republic Bank, The Dow up 1 59 and 8 26,040 again waiting for President Trump any moment now as he resumes that Corona virus Taskforce briefings. Your updated San Diego weather Partly cloudy with patchy fog Tonight and tomorrow morning. It's gonna be a little bit cooler tomorrow than today, with highs in the seventies and eighties and right now downtown San Diego Partly cloudy 75 Maryland Heidar your next update to 30. Actually, you're next update with the president on San Diego's breaking news station News Radio 600 KOGO. If you want. It has nothing to do with certain occupant of the White House doesn't feel like moving and has to be fumigated out of there because the presidency is the presidency. Texas is the key the national domination for years to come. If the Democrats win Texas, it's all over. Mr President. We see right through you. We see what you're doing. So do us a favor. Keep your troops in your own buildings. Or have them leave our city on Ly 105 days until America votes. Thousands from coast to coast from border to border from sea to shining sea shone..
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"I like the whole state more infections despite the rising numbers Florida's Republican governor says he will not be rolling back the re opening no we're not shutting down you know we're going to go for it we're gonna continue to protect the most vulnerable Florida seen a surge of fourteen thousand positive cases in the past ten days increased testing is a factor for the reopening of the economy also a factor that's Phil Keating democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says the president's response to the pandemic is woefully lacking earlier this week the president said if we stop testing right now we'd have very few cases of any stop testing now we have very few cases if any it's a statement is not only absurd it's absolutely tragic Biden claims Mr trump is so eager to get back to his rallies will put people at risk of the virus and have them sign a waiver so the campaign is not held liable today's closing bell brought to you by first Republic bank a late selloff ending an up and down day on Wall Street D. Dow lost ground as did the S. and P. five hundred as investors begin to worry about increases in covert cases in nearly two dozen states the Dow was down one hundred seventy one at twenty six thousand one nineteen the S. and P. fell eleven hundred to all thirty one thirteen and the nasdaq was up fifteen to ninety nine ten now let's check your real time traffic watch for a crash in the clearing east fifty two up to Santo road from your city San Diego Honda dealers.
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"A. M. C. answer first Republic bank San Francisco California seeks an RPA solutions architect in the design for multiple RPA projects and work together with the continuous process improvement C. P. I. team to understand requirements define the application design and support the socialization of the design with stakeholders among other duties qualified applicants must have a bachelors degree or foreign equivalent in computer science computer engineering information systems or related quantitative field and five years experience in job offered or related position among other skills applicants should submit a resume by mail to first Republic bank one eleven pine street San Francisco California nine four one one one reference number R. P. A. S. A. slash P. slash C. G. slash two zero one nine attention Mister Kevin Collender sixty AM the answer streaming now on our app and radio dot com all the Larry elder show now at eight eight eight nine seven one sage that's eight eight eight nine seven one seven two four three Eldorado's let Larry know what's on your mind sorry I missed you really enjoy your show I just wanted to tell you I liked what you said about killed by you know I think trump's going to win it anyway but we'll just have to see a wonder if it's going to be a swing state the big Kerry but I'll keep in touch Leri always a pleasure I I really enjoy your show the day today nine one nine seven one seven two four three very elderly popular comedy news No safe spaces available watch for a limited time only head no safe spaces dot com he was the number one political documentary in twenty nineteen now available to watch home stars Dennis Prager Adam corolla make you laugh make you cry has a ninety nine percent.
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"San Francisco based first Republic bank of the publicly held regional bank serving coastal urban an affluent markets he's been at the bank for a long time really got it to where it is today and she joins us here at the Stanford graduate school of business in Palo alto so nice to have you with us delighted to be here tell us about your time at Stanford and I I'm curious about you know how easily you felt accepted as a woman I think you know pursuing an MBA with the environment is like take a factor if you what well it was nineteen seventy five I was a class of we were close of sixty women out of our three hundred students a twenty percent prior years had been for ten twenty thirty and then sixty Surabhi class of women yeah and stayed at that level for very long time so women were for the first time a presence here but it was a very beginning of it and I it was before women knew they could do whatever they wanted so it was we were certainly accepted but I will feel like an equal as a student here absolutely yeah absolutely there were however very few women guest speakers in classes they were well if it had one female professor one woman ever the guest speaker to class but there were there was of the benches from so fast forward to today you are very involved in the school what have you done and and how have you sought to sort of change that because twenty nineteen very different world and Stanford is is known for having a more diverse student body at this point one two women this is that we have now forty seven percent the class a group of us began about fifteen years ago working with the admissions office to interview women and to help recruit those women who have long careers in who would be the future leaders of America and the world and I think some of that was helpful I think when we started that we were thirty one percent were now forty seven percent to four very hard to both interview recruit talked women who are considering coming to Stanford or other places and telling them why this is such a great place to be in in terms of other diversity about ten years ago I taught as a guest speaker a class I've done it for about ten years for professor and I was stunned to see the diversity in the class the number of international students the ethnicities the gender mix was totally different than when I was here so this is a class of mixed from all over the world from all genders smallness all ethnicities and I think it's great because these different people are learning together and showing each other different experiences that they will go and take back to whatever they do next agreed and we know all the studies about having diversity whether it's you know throughout your employee base yours you know senior executive levels as well as your boards at your C. suite when I would ask and I was doing some research in terms of women MBAs women with the NBA's are in sixty three percent or more with an MBA but still not as much as men why is that still around why is that we're improving the pipeline there's almost parity in terms of the number students here why does it carry over on all levels when we get into like kind of the corporate a lot of studies on this and I'm I'm not the expert on it but I think in some cases women may not have as many opportunities because people tend to promote people who are more like them and so until people are running those corporations they may not be as obvious when women wind up on corporate governance committees are generally going to be more women on boards so it's a matter of looking around saying am I comfortable with this person and some of us look different yeah and so I think for the more women get to the top the more women will be throughout the pipeline the less they will be paid on equally and have an equal amounts of positions but it's going to still take time the thing is are some women from one reads rather may not decide to go for it and you have to be pretty committed whoever you are if you want to get to the top that has to be a very core goal one of the things I did when I was here I feel so lucky to be here I felt like I had wound up in a place that was gonna change my life and I wanted to be a beacon an example for other women I think many of us felt that way and so I always had my mind that that was one of my objectives some women saw that and copy some didn't I think it will still take more time I think D. Levin's focus on this is probably going to help a lot we have to help women understand that they can do it they have to ask for what they want to speak up and they have to move on if they're not going to get in their existing company and that's Catherine August to will that she is now the vice chair of first Republic bank a place where she is held some senior positions going all the way back to nineteen eighty five she is seen the growth of that make but also the growth of the financial services industry and also get a look at the Stanford graduate school of business no doubt about that you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek coming up we've got a conversation with the CEO of AB InBev back his unique path to getting his Stanford this is.
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"First Republic bank a busy week on Wall Street first up the federal reserve is going to meet later on this week and the question is where a third interest rate cut in the cards will not so fast says analyst Christine Armstrong from Morgan Stanley we expect them to say we are ready to act as necessary on Friday morning it's the October jobs report we think it's gonna be bad under a hundred thousand maybe ninety thousand that's especially not good when you consider the track record recently on jobs we've been running at a few hundred thousand jobs creation of mind something at a hundred thousand or less is going to be really painful jobs numbers out Friday morning at eight thirty there is a light at the end of the merger tunnel and it's getting brighter that is according to top bosses at Raytheon the Waltham defense contractor says it is working through early integration models with Connecticut United technologies in advance of closing their multi billion dollar deal sometime next year now shareholders at dawn with the promise of up to a twenty billion dollar return in the coming years are on board even an activist investor bailed rather than fight this deal Raytheon technologies will be the new name of the company pending regulatory approvals and will be based in Waltham it is eight twenty seven and coming up this morning on WBZ big changes getting to and from Logan start kicking in today we've got details of dead Lawler coming up what would it take for you to get a tattoo you didn't want a million dollars how about a million socks I'm Randy from Bombus.
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"Gas every couple hours the CH forty seven D. is the largest helicopter in North America and it had to be taken apart to fit in a large cargo plane for the trip Corbin Carson calf I need to be interface attempted murder charges for setting a fire at a homeless encampment in eagle rock investigators say the men specifically targeted the homeless but officials have not suggested a motive the fire last month burned forty five acres and close to sections of the two and one thirty four freeways LA councilman Mike bonded says encampment fires go both ways there are people who are homeless who are not just starting a fire but are also being victimized a couple of twenty five year old men were arrested Saturday for attempted murder and rolling back KFI news brought to you by first Republic bank because state senator from riverside county is turned a high schoolers to write legislation this is a good civics lesson Republican Jeff stone says he's been running his there ought to be a lot of competition since twenty fourteen it was overwhelming success we've gone really hundreds of applications through and some very good ideas and some frankly craze that hit among those very good ideas increase the fines for people that abuse animals as does as. that one made it to committee says they're still looking for that idea that's going to make it all the way to the governor's desk in students from is riverside county district and submit their ideas for this year's competition all the way through December Chris and Carla okay if I knew that a fresh on the four or five in west L. A. this one north bound at Santa Monica Boulevard involving a motorcycle looks like they're clearing it out of the car pool and the left lane and the head in north hills it's another problem it's coming up on it Roscoe.
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"By first Republic Bank. Local newspapers could become collectors items Associated Press looked at data compiled by the university of North Carolina and reports more than fourteen hundred towns and cities in the US have lost a newspaper over the past fifteen years. The AP says the loss of a reliable local news source has many consequences for the community. Newspapers have typically played a main role in holding local officials accountable researchers from the university of Illinois at Chicago and the university of Notre Dame say municipal borrowing costs go up after a newspaper goes away. Debra Mark KFI news and Trump has proposed a more than four and a half trillion dollar spending plan for the next budget year acting budget director, Russell says the bland reflects the president's efforts to end wasteful spending budget contains nearly two point seven trillion dollars in savings. More spending reductions. Proposed than any administration in history. This budget will balance in fifteen years Vaughn says the budget includes just over ninety three billion dollars for the VA seven hundred fifty billion for national defense and eight and a half billion dollars for border security, including wall. It also proposes billions for school safety and charter schools six and billion for the EPA looks to lower prescription drug costs as well. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is criticized the spending plans really disgraceful. He says it slashes, Medicaid and Medicare and domestic programs Schumer says it includes more tax breaks for the wealthy. Staggering costs of these tax cuts. Are the reason for all the proposed cuts to healthcare and infrastructure? The Trump budget proposes the blind theft of the middle class to line, America's deepest park. He says even most supporters of the president do not support the budget plan, hundreds of pins and other merch allegedly stolen from Disneyland turned up in Bakersfield, the stuff is worth about thirteen thousand dollars. The souvenirs were found Friday when a CHP officers stopped the driver.