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Biden advisers to meet vaccine firms as Trump stalls handoff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden advisers to meet vaccine firms as Trump stalls handoff

"According to data from Johns Hopkins University the U. S. is adding about a million new covered nineteen cases a week the United States is in there in a heap of trouble Lawrence Gostin a professor of global health law at Georgetown University we've got to covert case next court cases but also hospitalizations and deaths rising actor at an unprecedented rate and Gostin is concerned that it doesn't appear like anything will change it looks very much like the White House including vice president pence's coronavirus task forces just sidelined and and I'm interested in intervening tested a couple that are up thirty three percent over the past two weeks according to Johns Hopkins University Shelley Adler Washington

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Is safe to pursue the wide field of view and tissue characterization from cardiac. Mri are also useful when evaluating for the presence of associated myocarditis because many different tasks exists for the pericardium. It is important to have specific diagnostic question in action plan. Each time. a different modality is considered a right past for the right patient at the right time helps us to serve our patients efficiently and effectively. Thank you very much for the opportunity to be on the show now for a word from our program director. Gaby weissman doctor. Weisman is an associate professor of medicine cardiology radiology at georgetown university. School medicine clinician educator trough. He's also director cardiac. Mri and then start washington hospital center and leave the cardiovascular mri and cardiovascular ct four laboratory at the mental health research institute on a national level. Dr weisman serves as chair of the. Acc's hardy training workforce committee and he has chaired and served as program director for several national cardiovascular education-conscious contents across the nation. Dr wasted worked closely with our fellows of clinic or the content service entering new conferences and his expertise in clinical cardiology in education further enhances as an outstanding program director and mentor. Now under dr for few words. Hello my name's. Dan wiseman on the cardiology fellowship program director here at georgetown university or health in washington dc to start off by thanking the cardio nerds groups for having us participate in the series That they've been putting on really a great series in which multiple fellowships Involved with fellows teaching and learning from each other and all of us sharing cases together. So thanks for this great service to the community also like to thank our fellow doctorate. See on a barra. Aj granted and malik really did a great job presenting this very interesting cases. Well as dr. Patrick barron served as a discussion case my role. Today's really much more limited than that is to tell you a little bit about our cardiovascular disease training program here in the nation's capital china touch about a few things that i think that make us special make this really great place to train occasion. The nation's capital you really unique. This is a place where a lot is happening. Certainly many organizations such as the american college of cardiology do a lot of work in this region as one can imagine within the world of healthcare policy. I think this keeps our fellow who's really engaged in what is going on. The greater cardiology community writ large in-laws wonderful opportunities for engagement at those levels. Of course the heart of our training program is in our hostels and we try and marilyn. Three hospitals of an extra wasn't hostile center. Large sherry care center in these. The really provides the backbone of our training program. This is where advanced vascular care is delivered. The cath lab the p. Loud floors with heart failure etc and is where the photos get the majority of their training and spend the majority of their time. In addition we training to other locations. One of them is the dc. va hospital. This is the main the hospital in the dc region the main referral center for rather large catchment area again allowing our fellows to see patients in a very different environment with a great group of faculty completely engaged with teaching and educating as well as patient care lastly or fellow spend a significant amount of time in the star..

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

05:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Let's continue on our tour with another fascinating case from amazing cardi nerds colleagues fellow. Welcome back to another fabulous case discussion. Today we are just so honored to be joined by our colleagues fellows from the georgetown university cardiology fellowship program. We have with us today. Doctors nathan mullick seon abera and aj grant so folks. I'm gonna ask you to introduce yourselves. But i just have to take this moment to tell the audience how special it is for us to have your program on our show. This whole series really actually started off as we thought about developing a very engaging case based episode format and thankfully the cnc are has met the mark and more but really the specific series with engaging the fellowship programs within the context of recruitment in a covid era. Virtual interview season started off. Win are now good. Friend dr notion reza chair of acc fed reached out to us just think about ways of addressing this virtual recruitment cycle. And then we thought. Hey why don't we do this. With fellowship programs give the fellowship programs in opportunity to feature themselves for prospective applicants and it was dr gaby. Weissman your program director and the chair of the sec's program directors in graduate medical educators section. Who went on a limb and took a chance on us. Humble cardi nerds by sending an email on our behalf to every single program director of cardiology fellowship program in the united states. And offer to do this with us. His support and mentorship encouragement really helped set this whole train in motion. Which i think we can. All agree has just been such an incredible way to begin to achieve our primary and chief goal of democratizing cardiovascular education. I mean what is better than having cardiology fellows. Like nathan seon. Aj from more than forty five programs come and enrich our platform and really the world of cardiology with the incredible teaching. That we're about to witness today on behalf of cardi nerds a very heartfelt. Thanks to dr gabby men for taking a chance in. I hope that we are making him proud. So on that note. Nathan seon in aj so glad to have you on the show really excited to dive into what is going to be just an incredible case for the audience but before we dive in. Tell the audience.

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Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine found to be 90% effective

Pacifica Evening News

03:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine found to be 90% effective

"Promising Corona virus vaccine is from the drug company, Fizer today. The pharmaceutical giant says early data suggests its formulation maybe 90% effective at preventing covert 19 on Lee Barrett. Reports Co 19 vaccine developed by FISA and bio intake prevents 90% of people from getting the virus, according to preliminary analysis. It's being tested on over 43,000 people without safety concerns being raised and could receive emergency approval for use by the end of the month from feature story news in London. I'm Ali Barrett. The announcement does not mean a vaccine is imminent. The interim analysis from independent data monitors looks at 94 infections recorded so far in this study that's enrolled nearly 44,000 people in the U. S. And five other countries. Some participants got the vaccine. Others got the placebo visor caution that the initial protection rate might change by the time the study ends. Even revealing such early data is highly unusual Doctor Jesse Goodman of Georgetown University The former chief of the Food and Drug Administration's vaccine division ticked off many questions still to be answered, including how long the vaccines effects last and whether it protects older people as well as younger ones. Goodman cautioned that even if icers vaccine proves the effect of it's going to be a while before it has a major impact at the population level. The vaccine by Pfizer and this German partner buying tech are among 10 possible vaccine candidates in late stage testing around the world for them so far in huge studies of the U. S. Another U. S company but during a incorporated also has said it hopes to be ableto file an application with the FDA for its vaccine later this month, infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony found, she said the results suggesting 90% effectiveness are just extraordinary. Clinical professor, a marriages of infectious diseases that UC Berkeley School of Public Health Doctor John Schwartzberg called the data from the Visor vaccine stunning. There were there were 94 people. Who got sick and 80 for them were in the group that receive placebo. And only nine who got the vaccine got sick so that that's absolutely Running. Um they're going to continue to trial up to 166. People get sick and they've got 44,000 people in the trial so they should get there pretty quickly, Schwartzberg said. Important questions about the data include whether the results were as positive for older people is younger and across, so she socio economic and ethnic differences. Another is whether the vaccine prevents infection without symptoms as well as the disease itself prevents you from getting infected like, for example, the measles vaccine would do You can't spread it lets you get infected, But it doesn't let you get sick, responsible. The still spread the virus. So these are questions that come out. But still, even if it is 90% effective in preventing us from getting sick, That's a major step forward. Public Citizen, the consumer advocacy group called the relief of the preliminary and incomplete data. Bad science, said that any enthusiasm for the results must be tempered. Until they're reviewed by the FDA in this

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Why some say racism should be declared a public health crisis in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Why some say racism should be declared a public health crisis in Washington DC

"Racism could soon get a new designation in the district as a public health crisis when looking at the data compared with whites, black residents who die from diabetes six times higher heart disease. 2.5 times higher. Dr Ed working a member of D. C's Commission on Health Equity, says these findings and others in a June report released by Georgetown University Highlight racial disparities in D. C D. C Council Committee on Health is trying to decide of resolution which would make racism a public health crisis should move forward this resolution. It helps get us there, but he says it will take bold steps, including changing how information is collected and analyzed. The committee plans to take up the resolution again later this month. Occasion James W. T. O p

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Do armed right-wing militia groups pose a threat to U.S. presidential election?

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | Last month

Do armed right-wing militia groups pose a threat to U.S. presidential election?

"Election is nine days away, and experts at Georgetown University are preparing for election day. Disruptions by so called militia groups is not Institutionalist not protected by the Second Amendment. Mary McCord with Georgetown Law Schools Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, says it's aware of both left and right wing groups who are taking President Trump's words, literally when he told supporters at the last debate, quote, go into the polls and watch very carefully hearing already in the chatter, their groups that are going to self activate in the streets. And so this is one of the Things that we're trying to help local jurisdictions prepare for by making sure that at all levels, people are aware of the prohibitions on the SEC Attorneys General of D. C. Maryland and Virginia issued reminders to residents following the president's statement outlining the official process to become a poll watcher and the laws that protect you as a voter. The institute's guide breaks down voter intimidation laws by state, read our full story and find the link to the guy that w GOP dot com.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:13 min | Last month

"georgetown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"I'm afraid of the United States because what the scriptural literalism bring it in snake, you know, basically the Republican Party have captured stuff. And and I would argue they're not really strict constitutional it right. I mean so when I when I look at the Federalist Papers, I read them like everyone else. I'm like, I don't actually think the FED would support this. I don't think the Federalist would truly report giving a corporation the same voice as a voting citizen, right? So what they call constitutionalism what they you know, the Federalist Society what it's really become is an elite capture of Elites right representing an aggregating the interests of the Americas track wealthy while saying that they're doing this in the name of constitutionalism or originalism, but you know, here's the other problem and I'm not joking about this the problem with our constitution. Is that know that the ordinary American cannot read it with comprehension, right? It's very similar to this study but on birth Again, Pakistan, he's the the people who knew most about Islam were least susceptible to radicalization because they could read the Quran with understanding wage and and counter the ridiculous arguments of jihadists recruiters, which usually rely upon very poor exegesis of the Quran, right? There are very few Americans who support these justices who can read that Constitution with understanding and therefore they take their word for it. Right? And so and our our page has been packed for the rest of my life time. We do not have Regional parties in the United States, right? We should I don't know why every other parliamentary democracy in the world does but we don't we have two parties and the other thing that makes me very worried about the future of this country for the for the lifetime. I don't have kids. Otherwise I would change. Would be I don't know I'd be I'd be moved I would move already is that the most fun representative body of our part of our Parliament, which is the Senate has all of the Power and that would be okay. But in a theoretical sense if that Minority were truly similar to the majority wage, but unfortunately, it's not whether you look at education whether you look at their beliefs. It is a minority that wants to foist their very narrow scriptural literalism upon the rest of the country and it's buttressed by other beliefs. You know, I'm from I'm from the Midwest like I'm from Indiana, like I am from what I call Taliban Afghanistan and so when I go to when I go to Pakistan, I can't go back now unfortunately, but whenever I would go and I would hang out with religious people there. I felt very much at home cuz the dog For the same, right? I mean they did they do say the same thing. If you're an idiot out. Why is it you're not having Affairs on your husband and all this stuff. But but they they all this is nurtured by the corollary, which is also empirically incorrect that the so-called Elite arugula leaders are living off of them. But in fact the reverse is true right off the socialism is going in the other direction the productive elites on the coasts are subsidizing the less productive Americans in the middle and they're politicians routinely lie to them and click on either unable to look at the real data or they reject it. If it's presented or three they just don't care. They prefer the Miss Smith. I think we are really right right where where we are in deep doo-doo problem. Yeah, yeah..

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:30 min | Last month

"georgetown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Sharon's mosque addresses all of the stuff you'll be in the middle of the Jungle and women are wearing a full head job with McCobb. Yeah, I haven't is because you know, one of the things I always do I always go into the head job shops and they all like, what's the cheapest her job I can get and that's a really good indicator of of who's wearing his job and who's not and so if you were to go to Carolyn L, you would find that people are less likely to enter celebrate these holidays that you spoke about the men still, you know, I'm sure you know this but in Kerala Muslim men and Hindu men they wear their their lungis tied on on other side job. Right, so that still generally the case visually the only thing that might distinguish a Hindu from a Muslim and parallel will be the presence or absence of a skull cap. And in the in a beard, of course, especially if they've done home but the big differences are going to be in the women the women are going to be availed from head to toe and so so then what happens is Isis people ask well, why are these really educated Muslims joining Isis? Well, they kind of goes back to the basic human capital think about this your average Indian has to have a lot of savoir-faire to get a passport. And the first thing they need to do to go and join Isis is to get the passport which most Indians cannot do you have to grease Palms because there's you all types of a police tracks. You have to get the primary job and most people don't dislike America, even though it's very simple. Most Americans do not have passports most Indians don't have passports. And so what is really happening? Is that the birth? There's no nice way to put this the lethargy of India of bureaucracy put this enormous selection pressure. So that only the most Savage competent and endowed can get their passport to become an Isis terrorist. Not person in bars might want to join Isis, but that poor dude. I figure out who to bribe. So so that is the that is a word that you that you did talked about before right? So at either end of the sort of the belt income.

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Dr. Abigail Marsh on changing your relationship with fear

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:13 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Abigail Marsh on changing your relationship with fear

"Hey guys. There is sadly no shortage of fear these days fear of the virus. Climate change racial injustice, political ties. I could go on, but here's the question. Can you change the way your brain reacts to fear. Moreover can you train courage Abigail Marsh says, yes overcoming fear is a trainable skill. She's an associate professor in the Department of Psychology and the interdisciplinary neuroscience program at Georgetown University. She's also the author of the book fear factor how one emotion connects altruistic. Paths and everyone in between. This is in my opinion, a classic T. P. H. podcast conversation and Ace scientist whose area of expertise illuminates key aspects of the human condition I really enjoyed this. Hope you will to go. Abigail Marsh. Nice to meet you. Thanks for doing this. Absolutely it's a pleasure. So how did you get interested in fear? That's a great question. So my initial interest in social psychology, which is the discipline I have my degree in was because I'm interested in facial expressions and nonverbal communication in general, but how people communicate with one another And a little research had been done over the years about why facial expressions look the way they do. And I find that a particular interesting topic because they do look remarkably consistent across cultures, which just said there's something evolved and at least partly eight about them. And that's really amazing. Right I mean. It's one of the key piece of evidence that broke the back of radical behaviorisms decades ago. That emotional expressions are interpreted across cultures. It must be really important of that's true. and. Some people had spent a lot of time looking at. The reason that angry expressions look a particular way or happy expressions but nobody touched fear fear such fundamental emotion. It seems really important to know why we would communicate to each other and how people interpret it in other people. And it really was a flash bulb moment it was based on the combination of courses I was taking as Undergrad where it occurred to me that the reason that fearful expressions look the way they do is to elicit support and care from people who see them because they mimic the appearance of infantile face. Big Is. High Big is the very surrounded appearance lower face and they make you look infantile and that. Particular connection can help us understand so much about our nature as a social species what emotions are for what kinds of social behavior we can expect from other people around us that one observation really has a lot of implications. So I was kind of expecting you to say that you had some lifelong struggle with fear. But in fact, it sounds more like a academic interests well. I mean, you know the saying research is research I'm sure I mean I wouldn't have had lifelong struggle with fear but I would sam probably above average in terms of capacity for anxiety and I've certainly had experiences where I was frightened for my life. and. Had the good fortune to be helped by other people around me and so I'm one hundred percent certain that that made me interested in this topic to begin with. Are those things you're comfortable discussing Oh sure I. Mean it's not only one thing but certainly, the most important relevant event is the event that happened when I was nineteen when I was in a car accident on a big freeway in Washington state interstate five. And as I was driving over a bridge to get back to my hometown late at night. I swerved to avoid a little dog that ran in front of my car and the combination of swerving unfortunately hitting the anyways semi car into these fish tails and eventually donuts across the freeway. And wound up stranded in the fast lane of the freeway on the overpass with no way of escaping a no phone and cars and semis winning by me so fast, they were making my car shake. I was sure I'm GonNa die I mean I was one of those things you know they tell you time slows down when you're feeling intense fear. That's true. I know why I didn't know I then four and I really didn't know what to do. I was going to die tell stranger appeared next to my car having as I later figured out run across the freeway again in the dark to rescue somebody never met before. Key got my car. He figured out why? I. Couldn't get my car back on he threatened his way through the barrage of oncoming traffic to get us back across the freeway and then he just disappeared. He's like you know do you need me to follow you look so good I'm like, no no, all the okay. I'll be okay and he said Okay you carry yourself them an off. Into night I still to this day don't think. Thank you. I. Don't know anything about who he is and I know that. I owe Himalayas and really inexorably changed the way that I think about people and social behavior. Well, it's a dramatic story and actually connects to the thesis to the extent that I understand it of your book. Let me just repeat the title which I will have. Stated in the introduction the fear factor how one emotion connects altruism psychopaths and everyone in between. This is an example of extreme altruism that you just shared with us without a doubt He absolutely risked his life to save me. He deserved a medal for what he did at the very least. And what's so interesting about people like him as there is a really common tendency to assume that people who have things to help others are fearless. You hear that board used all the time but the reference to heroes and. But my research has shown is that that's absolutely not true that actually there's a really much more interesting relationship between fear and courage and altruism. So, what is it? So what seems to be the case is that truly fearless people tend not to help other people. For example, people who were psychopathic are one of the key features of psychopathy is a fearless disposition as failure to respond to threats or punishments or the potential for harm. And certainly people who are psychopathic do dangerous things. But they're very unlikely to do heroic things because that requires picking up on the fact that somebody else's afraid if you are doing something heroic, you're usually saving somebody else from danger somebody else's afraid in you're acting to help them. And what seems to be the case if you don't experience fear strongly yourself, you also don't pick up on that emotion and other people you have trouble detecting while other people are feeling it. You certainly don't appreciate why that state is bad and why you'd want to alleviate it, and so you're very unlikely to do anything to help when other people are afraid and so people. who were very altruistic turned out to be the opposite. They're people who are acutely aware of what it means to be afraid, and so they can empathize with that state and other people and when they encounter people who are in extreme distress, they're much more likely to help and so rather than being fearless, they're truly brave. They have courage which virtue whereas fearlessness is really not

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Activists, Betita Martinez

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:14 min | 2 months ago

Activists, Betita Martinez

"Elizabeth Sutherland Martinez was born on December Twelfth Nineteen twenty. Five in Washington DC. Her father immigrated to the United. States for Mexico in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventeen in some ways historic exemplified the American dream. Here. Arrived with little to his name and ended up becoming a professor of Spanish literature at Georgetown University? In other ways his story serve as a cautionary tale he face racism and prejudice and top Petita to think critically about US policies and structures. The Titas American born mother whose family had come from Scotland and Ireland also helped to shape titas perspective. She was a teacher and activist. Batista. Grew up in Chevy. Chase Maryland a suburb of DC or she later wrote she felt like an outsider and what felt like an all white community after high school she left the D. C. Area to attend swarthmore college and graduated with a degree in history and literature in nineteen forty six. After graduation but thiede decided to go by Liz Sutherland in an attempt to better fit in with elites in the arts and Publishing World of New York City? She worked as a translator at the United Nations before moving into research and administration. PETITA studied European and US colonies in Africa and the Pacific Ocean working to shed light on conditions in places that didn't have self sovereignty. She, then worked at the Museum of modern. Art before becoming an editor at Simon and Schuster. In nineteen sixty four Batista became the books and Arts editor at The Nation magazine. PETITA had successfully broken into the New York, city. Cultural, elite. It was no easy feat. PETITA later said that she was a woman in a world dominated by men. Even. So she was adept at moving between worlds. TITA was equally at ease socializing on Fifth Avenue as at the Johns frequented by beat poets of the day. She was a very busy lady. In addition to her day job, the TITA found time to research and write pieces that landed in publications including the national. Guardian Horizon and the New York. Times. She also volunteered for political causes she believed in. petito wanted more than a successful business career she was driven to seek and push for change in the world. In nineteen, sixty, five petito left the nation to work in the civil. Rights movement. She then became the director of the New York Office of the student nonviolent coordinating. Committee or. And Major Civil Rights Organization. She was one of only two Latino women who worked as a paid employee at snack in her role Tita raised money organized events did research on the racial climate the American south. She wrote a book called Letters. Mississippi. About her experience working in the movement not state. Also continued to write for major national publications in nineteen sixty seven but he left snack and turned her focus to feminism before being drawn to the fledgling Chicano movement. Chicano Connex refers to people of Mexican descent born in the United States. Nineteen Sixty Eight petito left New York City for New Mexico. She went back to going by PETITA Martinez rather than the more Anglican sounding Elizabeth Sutherland. In New Mexico petita joined propelled forward what became a movement to promote the rights and celebrate the culture of connects people in the United States. She continued to maximize the power of her pen. She cofounded Allegri. Toe Del Norte a Chicano movement monthly newspaper in Nineteen seventy-three petita back the Chicano Communication Center and Albuquerque and served as its director until nineteen seventy six. The center used arts and media to educate visitors about the culture and struggles at the Chicano community. During her tenure there Petita also wrote another book. This one called five hundred years of Chicano history. From New Mexico petita moved to San Francisco where she continued to fight for a better future she served as the program director at global options an organization working on issues relating to labour conditions and social justice in. Nineteen. EIGHTY-THREE PETITA ran for governor of California as a peace and Freedom, party candy. In nineteen ninety-seven PETITA founded yet another organization the Institute for Multi Racial Justice the Institute served as the embodiment of her life's work to break down barriers between people fighting for justice especially different peoples of color. Following year in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eight, petito book called Deca Loris means all of us. But. Thiede has written and taught throughout her long and impressive career and activism. She's lectured at odds three hundred higher educational institutions. She's received many many honors accolades including as a nominee for the Nobel peace prize in two, thousand and five. Batista is a living example of what it looks like to keep fighting the fight against injustice in our own communities across the country and around the world.

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Senate Republicans push for announcement of Supreme Court nominee

Fox News Sunday

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Senate Republicans push for announcement of Supreme Court nominee

"Trump and Joe Biden on the stakes of appointing a new justice to the Supreme Court in the final days before the election, and it's time now for our Sunday group GOP strategist Karl Rove. Fox Fox News at night anchor Shannon Brain who covers the Supreme Court for US, and Noel Athe of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service. Panel. I've done some reporting on this, and here's what I have been hearing from a source a top source close to the process. Republican senators and White House officials are pressing the president to announce His nominee before the first debate next week. Ah, consensus seems to be developing in the Senate toe hold confirmation hearings confirmation hearings before the election, but delay a final vote till a lame duck session after November 3rd. To protect vulnerable Republicans who are up for re election. As for the nominee, the early focused on the White House not settled yet. But the early focuses on two federal appeals court judges any Cockney Barrett of Indiana and Barbara Lagoa of Florida, Carl What is your sense? I'm sure you're talking to people at the White House and in the Republican majority in the Senate. What's your sense of where this is at it? Well, I think you outlined it. I think the president is prepared to make a quick nomination. I suspect that the Senate is ready Assumes the FBI does its background check one of the things about doing both of doing either. One of these two appellate judges is that they were confirmed by the by the Senate in recent years, so the FBI background check will only need to be sort of an update, not a complete new deep dive. So The process is on its way. I suspect in a rather rapid fashion. Do you think the confirmation hearing happens before the election, But the actual vote happens after they hold that for the lame duck. I wouldn't be surprised to see the committee hold hearings and maybe even vote before the election. But I don't expect that with just over 42 days, 44 days. I guess it is that that it will be possible. Teo bring this all the way to the floor before the election.

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Washington DC - 8 Georgetown University Students Tested Positive for Covid-19

Larry O'Connor

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Washington DC - 8 Georgetown University Students Tested Positive for Covid-19

"Now says it has eight confirmed cases of covert on campus and an email the students and staff. Students live on campus in the village, A apartment complex students living on campus are tested for Corona virus twice a week, and those infected are now in quarantine. The university says. Roughly 500 students are living on campus the semester. If

Lilly's Arthritis Drug Helped Covid-19 Patients Recover Faster

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Lilly's Arthritis Drug Helped Covid-19 Patients Recover Faster

"Adding an anti inflammatory medicine to a drug already widely used for hospitalized. Covert 19 patients shortens their time to recovery by an additional day. Eli Lilly has announced the results of a study that tested the rheumatoid arthritis drug Barriss Eternity in combo with a covert drug rendez, severe with 1000 Person study, sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases hasn't been published yet, and it's not been reviewed by independent scientists. The drug maker says the average hospital stay was reduced from four days. 23 days Georgetown University is

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Kids use both brain hemispheres to process language, unlike adults, researchers say

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Kids use both brain hemispheres to process language, unlike adults, researchers say

"There is new research that shows there is a key difference in the way kids and adults process information. Children use both brain hemispheres to understand language. Unlike adults, who use only The left Hemisphere, according to researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center. The finding suggests a possible reason why Children appear to recover from brain injuries much easier than adults. Study solves a mystery that has puzzled clinicians and neuroscientists for

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Children use both brain hemispheres to understand language, unlike adults

WBBM Morning News

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Children use both brain hemispheres to understand language, unlike adults

"Possess a sort of super power. Children used both brain hemispheres to understand language, unlike adults who use on Ly the left Hemisphere, according to researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center. The finding suggests a possible reason why Children appear to recover from brain injuries much easier than adults. Tom Hits in

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Boston - More Charges Brought In College Admissions Bribery Scandal

Ben Shapiro

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Boston - More Charges Brought In College Admissions Bribery Scandal

"More parents going up on the college admissions cheating scandal in U. S attorney in Boston says. I mean Korea's the latest parent to be caught up in the scandal. Prosecutors say he paid $200,000 to get his daughter into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit, even though her tennis skills were not competition level quarry faces fraud and bribery charges. Also, former southern cow water polo coach Jovanovic changed his plea in the scandal to guilty Of a bitch who guided us see to 16 national titles now says he took a quarter million dollars to pass off to students as recruits he's accused of conspiracy to commit federal programs. Bribery.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"My guest today is perfect. Brooks coached him WHO's a professor of management at Georgetown University Kiss with such focused on organizations, acquire, develop, and retain human and social capital. Here's Lucille Human Resource Management Scholarly Achievement Award, and he has performed research in or several as a consultant in your organizations. Welcome Brooks. Thank you. I'm very pleased to be with you. So I want to start with with your book Richard. Searches I Guess Publishing Twenty Thirteen Disrupt Hobby disrupted a blueprint for change in management education. and S you know, get a lot going on. Structure and content of education today because of the panic. But in the in the book, you say, in the past twenty, five years dramatic marketplace plans to mation technology advances and globalization have led to completely new rates of interacting, sharing, learning and doing. And that challenge the very core of graduate management education. So, get today's challenges why balancing relevance value and reputation you say, the player business school administrators to engage in unprecedented amounts of strategic thinking creativity take hold engaged in an enterprise effectiveness. Now I would I would think Brooks from twenty thirteen to twenty twenty that assault more data around these types of things a lot of things have changed. So do want to talk a bit about what the US are laying out in the book and how things might change over time. Absolutely I grateful to collaborate with Eric Dorf Co editor on this volume that was sponsored by the Graduate Management Admissions Council, and the purpose of the focus really to help administrators think about how do they shape a portfolio of business school offerings in the future and I don't want to be chew self congratulatory. But as you suggested seven years later in twenty twenty, many of these trends now are playing out seeing see, for example, the explosion and specialty master's degrees not only in the number of degrees offered but the number of people pursuing those degrees. Yes. Whereas twenty years ago it was really you know. You on MBA will you want it during the daytime or do you want it during the night time out was really sort of the options that you had but now there's a version for people who are straight out of Undergrad, many schools call it a master's in management. Might have been undergrads who were. Studying foreign a relations or political science or Spanish, and they decide they WANNA pivot to business but they don't WanNa wait five years to go back and get him va so they get. Really a one year intensive experience and we see that market blooming across the US and across other countries. You've got many other specialty masters like Masterson H. R., or accounting or finance. That have come out in the last. Five. Years or so. But what we're seeing right now is the continued in ovation there and things like sustainability. and. Healthcare informatics were getting specially sort of focus in narrow and it's fascinating to watch. Yeah. So I don't a lot about this brooks and you are in a very unique position of its responsibilities both in administration as a lesson teaching. At. So I think about specialty management degrees. You know as sometimes gets used to be a bit of a crisis around that, and that is the most specialized you.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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More Charges Brought In College Admissions Bribery Scandal

WBZ Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

More Charges Brought In College Admissions Bribery Scandal

"Scandal scandal women. women. Corey Corey has has been been indicted indicted by by a a federal federal grand grand jury jury for for allegedly allegedly using using fraud fraud and and bribery bribery to to have have his his daughter daughter designated designated as as a a tennis tennis recruit recruit at at Georgetown Georgetown University, University, Korea Korea of of MASH MASH B and Palm Beach, Florida allegedly agreed in May of 20 Fortin. Pay then coach of the tennis teams of George down $200,000 to a third party to get his daughter designated as a purported tennis recruit. Police and Providence

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More Charges Brought In College Admissions Bribery Scandal

WBZ Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

More Charges Brought In College Admissions Bribery Scandal

"Scandal scandal women. women. Corey Corey has has been been indicted indicted by by a a federal federal grand grand jury jury for for allegedly allegedly using using fraud fraud and and bribery bribery to to have have his his daughter daughter designated designated as as a a tennis tennis recruit recruit at at Georgetown Georgetown University, University, Korea Korea of of MASH MASH B and Palm Beach, Florida allegedly agreed in May of 20 Fortin. Pay then coach of the tennis teams of George down $200,000 to a third party to get his daughter designated as a purported tennis recruit. Police and Providence

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More charges brought in college admissions bribery scandal

WBZ Midday News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

More charges brought in college admissions bribery scandal

"We have more developments in the varsity Blues college admissions scandal being prosecuted in Boston, Massachusetts man is indicted by a grand jury accused of paying a head coach at Georgetown University to recruit his daughter for the tennis team on in coal re indicted on a single count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud, another account of bribery with programs receiving federal funds, according to the Justice Department. He allegedly paid $200,000 in 2014. To bribe his daughter's way into that school. If convicted, he could face years in jail and a hefty fine

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Some Young Republican Activists Worry About The Future Of Their Party

All Things Considered

04:09 min | 3 months ago

Some Young Republican Activists Worry About The Future Of Their Party

"Week's Republican National Convention offered direct appeals to a new generation of voters. It showcased figures like Madison Cawthorne, a congressional candidate in North Carolina. I just turned 25. When I'm elected this November, I'll be the youngest member of Congress in over 200 years. And if you don't think young people can change the world. Then you just don't know American history. But President Trump's appeal with young voters is very limited. And some young Republican activists are concerned about the future of the party now totally defined by Trump. NPR's wanna Summers reports. Lizzie Bond is worried about the future of the Republican Party. The 21 year old Duke University students said the party today is failing to speak to people like her. She describes herself as conservative, reasonable and a person of faith. In 2016. She could not support Donald Trump and instead volunteered in support of Hillary Clinton's campaign. I think specifically within my age cohort, there's a lot of enthusiasm for President Trump. But then there are also a lot of people who are inclined to be conservative who are so disillusioned by everything that they see on the right. That it's hard not to think that the future of the Republican Party is doomed. Research from Circle, a research center at Tufts University found that nearly one in five young voters who backed Republicans in 2018 plan to support Joe Biden this year. Mike brought. Oh, said one reason why young people maybe turning away is because the Republican Party is not talking about the right issues. One of our main themes is that There are issues that Gen Z voters care about, including on the center, right? At the party has failed to address time and time again. Climate change racial injustice Algebra two plus issues. Broda was 20 and goes to Georgetown University. He's the executive director of Gen Z GOP. A group that's looking to reach young Republicans. He's planning to vote for Joe Biden, but hopes that there will be a better Republican option than Trump in 2024. Now I think with the ultimate determining factor is that Draws me away from him completely is his poor approach to governance. And that's evident in his handling the code 19 pandemic, and it's no longer just about his policies were inconsistent with my views for what's best for the country. It's how he approaches those policies. Many young Republicans said that coming of age as a conservative today has been a bit of a surreal experience. I still remember sitting in this restaurant with some friends and be like, Oh, wouldn't it be like the weirdest thing if the race ended up being Trump versus Hillary, and we're like, Oh, my goodness that would never happen like that Be so awful and Lo and behold, it's what happened. That's Grace Klein. She's 18 and just started her first year at Arizona State University. She described herself as very against Trump during the 2016 Republican primary. Four years later, things have changed. I'm going to be voting for the first time in November, and I am an adamant supporter. I will 100% vote for him now client said Trump has exceeded her expectations. But there are some things she does not agree with. She specifically mentioned some of the president's tweets. But she said that his record and his values help her look past what she described as personality flaws. And there's one issue that Klein said, is central to her political identity. I believe That the rightto life starts at conception. And if a candidate doesn't support that I will not support them. Curl in Monastir is a 19 year old student at Coker College in South Carolina. He said the most important issue for him as a conservative is standing up for the Constitution. He was initially open to supporting President Trump in November. But right now that seems unlikely. Everyday on TV, the land between Vice President Biden and the libertarian candidate, Jo George. And Back in North Carolina. Lizzie Bond isn't sure either. So in November, I'm facing that really Really difficult decision. I likely won't be supporting either presidential candidate. Voters like her have just 63 days to figure it out on a summer's NPR news.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"So be kind to yourself and take care. I recently wrote in Forbes about how Kamala Harris may be able to heal the wounds between black women and white women. But I, defer to our terrific yesterday on these issues I'd like you to meet Dr Marcia Chatelaine, a provost distinguished associate professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University here in Washington DC she's a scholar of American Life and culture. Previously she was an assistant professor of honors in African, American Studies at the University of Oklahoma in Norman she earned her PhD at Brown University and her undergraduate studies at the University of Missouri Columbia in Journalism and religious studies. Fellow. Aspiring journalists they go. Marsha was a terrific expert featured in the recent PBS series the vote on how women fought for and won the right to vote over an eighty year struggle or more welcomed Green. Connections Radio Marcia thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Oh. You're welcome. You're welcome. So I WANNA start in the heart of this issue as I said in my introduction. I've understood the black and white women had a kind of love hate relationship if you will during the suffrage battles as I understand it, black women wanted white women to include abolition in their struggle. But the white women believed the combining the two would keep the legislation from ratifcation. What is your take on it? Tell us the truth because you're the historian. So the issue at hand between abolition and suffrage are deeply tied and that's because. A number of figures in the suffrage movement were first activists in the fight against slavery and I think the poignancy of the battle for women's suffrage was the fact that many of the white women who were at the lead of the suffrage movement were anti-slavery and they had supported abolitionist may have believed that there was a moral reason to end the system of slavery. But when it came to suffrage, they were divided over the issue of. Universal suffrage Some do not believe that black women white women should equally have the vote. Some did not believe that black men in black women should have the vote. So I think that the suffrage movement really exposes the limitations of racial solidarity even among people who were on the right side of history, one issue were not able to transfer that sense of grace to the issue of suffrage, and that's where you see the fault lines in. The suffrage movement really emerged from. It was the fact that they did not want include African American women visibly or prominently or ideologically in their fight for the right to vote because they believed that it would degrade the quality of the vote of degrade the preciousness of the right and a number of these women again, even though they were morally opposed to slavery, they would not immune from white supremacist ideas. Okay. So there's so much to unpack. In there you said something really interesting. You said and I paraphrase of course but the the the divisions over the vote represented larger divisions in the racial schisms if you will racial solidarity behind the vote. Yes. So one of the things that I think a lot of people don't understand from how they're taught history is that we often think of the issue of slavery as one in which people were either pro or anti and it's often. Presented as a matter of north versus South Union versus confederacy. But if you look at the movement to end slavery and look at Abolitionists, they all had very different ideas of what happens next..

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"georgetown university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Eso undergrad was at Georgetown University in D. C. And then I got my MBA at Duke. You don't choose cheap school? No, although sometimes I rethink it, but it is not working itself out. Wow, That's very impressive Pedigree. They're very well done. Good for you. Thank you. So, your your MBA and your undergrad was in HR. So my underground was actually finance international business. Okay, So did investment banking for a little bit then also did nonprofit before making the switch to HR After getting my MBA. Why do I have the feeling she could do anything? She is very focused, young lady Crystal. What did you learn throughout this debt attack? You know? I learned a lot. I would say the biggest thing wass resilience and knowing my Y and keeping my focus there. There was so many times where it got really difficult having to say no to myself and to my friends on the budgeting process. That was not fun. So what started you on this journey? So if we flash back to may, 2016 when I graduated, I had my job lined up to start off in August. And as you know, they give you that six month Grace period, which I feel like is a sham but got the six month grace period and decided to take it as such, which was not smart. I took the summer off Teo Hangout vacation. Just chill out a bit. And as I got closer to that six months, I realized that I need to figure out what I was dealing with because I knew I still had undergrad loans in addition to my grad school loans, so I go through my email, and I totally all of the numbers in the balances across private and federal loans. And see that it's $200,000. You never totaled it before. Freakout. Exactly So complete freak out, And I'm thinking everything from OK. How am I gonna pay this off? When I am I ever gonna be able to buy a house Who's gonna date somebody who has $200,000 instead of major concerns, and at some point during that freak out actually called my dad, And he said something to the effect of You know you are where you are, or you can do now is make a plan and make it happen. So very practical did make me feel good. But it was practical. And thankfully, around that same time my church had announced financial piece university. So I enrolled there. And that's how it all got started. Wow. Okay. Good timing. Yes, very much. Well done. Yes. Oh, I met your dad mom at the break of minute ago and They seem like really reasonable people like smart people and all. So I imagine when your dad heard $200,000. He is staying calm for you. But he probably went. Oh, my God. So, yes. What's funny is I was if I'm being very honest, Dave. I was Not only was I freaking out, but I was ashamed because I see myself as someone who typically has a handle on those type of things. And so I didn't tell him the number. Oh, I didn't tell either of my parents the number until I was maybe You know, maybe $40,000 out of completing it. So you're almost done before? Yeah, Yeah. I didn't want it. I didn't want to tell them so I told them that it was a lot, but I didn't. But they didn't know how much it was a lot of variable term. Yes. Whoa! Look at you. You know what that does to your credit? Sometimes when you look at that And you go. How did not do that? That sense of shame does come. A sense Regret comes sometimes that paralyzes people. Yes, but to your credit it cause you to bolt in action. No, not this girl. That's what you said. And you know you got a freaking finance degree. So the MBA. Yeah, well, the irony of me too, and I went broke following that stuff. Yeah. So Yeah, that's ah. Man. That's amazing. I love the motivation. You had to total it up. T just stared in the face. And I think I would love to hear your advice to people that are out there that are young. Or maybe not so young. That are staring at that student loan debt. We've got $53 Trillion in student loan death impact on 47 million Americans right now. I'm sorry. 470.71 Point seven trillion It grew while you were talking Crystal. What advice would you give to people out there that find themselves in that first step. It is definitely one step in front of the other. You can't elephants happen to be my favorite animal. You can't take a whole bite, but it's taking it one step at a time on DH, just realizing Okay, it happened on how can you get organized? And not just having a budget but actually sticking to it. That was one of the most humbling aspects of it. There was one time where I recall, I had figured out a way to get my grocery bill toe only $100 a month and a lot of rice and beans. And so I In the line. And I purposely when I was in the grocery store would not bring my debit card. Just just prevent myself from spending more. I love to eat and I love to cook. So I'm in line and I remember the cashier ringing up everything and I might have been. I don't know. Seven or 10 bucks off and so there's a line behind me and I have to say I'm sorry, but can you take those items off? And so that was hard because I know in my bank account. There's money, but I was committed and so to answer your question, Chris, I think it's you know..

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Initial Reactions Vary To Biden's Choice Of Kamala Harris As VP

The Morgan Show

02:39 min | 3 months ago

Initial Reactions Vary To Biden's Choice Of Kamala Harris As VP

"Election in 2020. Unlike anything we've ever experienced Joe Biden, who will be nominated next week in a mostly virtual Democratic national convention, announcing that California Senator Kamala Harris will be his running mate. They had their first appearance together Wednesday, and Wilmington, Delaware. Everything we care about our economy, our health, our Children kind of country we live in. It's all on the line, and with that history was made the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants, Harris will be the first black woman and the first Asian American woman on a presidential ticket. Women across the country weighing in on the choice Commission. Grant is a professor of Harris's alma mater, Howard University in Washington, D C. Surely the attacks will come and I hope that It'll be the case that women around the nation not just black women, but all women will have this woman's bag. Keisha, Middle Mass is another Howard professor. If they get elected, which I hope they do, will actually be able to help him govern like a true partnership. And I think that's really important for America to see that black women are good partners that we will do the work that we will be aggressive and more currently, being a black woman with ambitions is not a bad thing. Georgetown University Vice Dean So Eka Colbert tried to figure out why it was such a monumental moment. It's difficult to decide for her. Because we're not used to seeing black women in these roles. She is a 10 black woman elected to the U. S senate. We have never seen a black woman on the Supreme Court. She is the first black woman to ever be on a major party ticket as a vice president. What I'm suggesting is that perhaps our inability to see her has to do with our vision for our country. And our third reconstruction. We need to reform that vision of the nation. President Trump also weighed in with his opinion. She is a disaster. She's going to be a disaster. I think for their party, and so did the man. Harris will eventually debate Vice President Mike Pence when he spoke with farmers in Iowa on Thursday, Senator Kemal Harris said she would change the dietary guidelines of this country to reduce the amount of red meat Americans can eat. Well, I've got some red meat for you. We're not gonna let Joe Biden and Kamala Harris cut America's meet next week, Harrison Biden will be nominated by their party to take on Pence and Trump will be nominated by their party a week later, both at party conventions that will be online on zoom on radio on TV on our phones, but not in person. Not really,

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Johns Hopkins joins GW and Georgetown as latest Washington DC area school to go virtual for Fall semester

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Johns Hopkins joins GW and Georgetown as latest Washington DC area school to go virtual for Fall semester

"In in this this area area has has abruptly abruptly decided decided to to go go all all virtual virtual for for the the fall fall semester. semester. Just Just weeks weeks before before the the semester semester is is set set to to begin, begin, Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins University University has has decided decided to to cancel cancel in in person person classes, citing rising career The virus numbers in the Baltimore area. In making the announcement, the school's president, Ronald Daniels, expressed to quote profound sense of regret and intense disappointment, and he strongly urged students not to return to Baltimore. He said tuition will be discounted 10% for the fall. Johns Hopkins is the latest university too abruptly switch to all virtual classes. Others include Georgetown University and George Washington University. Nick in Delhi.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Were sold by Georgetown University. And then she says when my mother's share this news with us by text message. I went through a series of emotions the first two surface was pain. I okay, see I run the risk of all your so insensitive. But I've I've done all sorts of I did that swab the mouth and spitting the little tube and Senate, Dan says dot com, and I got my stuff back. And it's interesting is all good that I will tell you. I was hoping beyond hope that I was Jewish or black or something, and I'm just a regular old honky. But I thought I was something colorful to tell you when it came back, but it didn't. But I look back at some of my ancestors, and I look at you know, we're the. I didn't see anything that remarkable. But but I wasn't what she say. She said the first surface was paying. Why is she feeling pain? Was she knows it. Our ancestors were slaves right defying the Georgetown University sold them was painful. Well, let me ask you this. Would it be painful you to find out that your ancestors bottom? I mean, I'd go. Oh, well, that's an interesting little tidbit. But by the way, just for the record for the protesters that are planning on coming on for the radio stations. None of my ancestors, we can find held over held slaves. But if I found out that they held slaves. They bought them from Georgetown. What the heck man? It does. I mean, it's you have no connection to these folks. Other than you know, they were my ancestors. So I asked this question I thought I put this on fakes, but we got to Facebook page some input on the other. I said I wonder if she would feel shock and pain if she found out that her great, great, great grandfather wasn't axe murderer. And would she feel a need to pay? Descendents of the victims. Oh, man. What are you responsible for some ax murder in my family? All we don't even talk about him. Well, what's the difference? You're all willing to take credit and pride in something. You know, like, my wife is well, we we thought she was a direct descendant of William Penn. I think as it turns out, she's a direct the Senate of William pins, brother. But close, you know, and they've just always thrown that out. But once if they find out somewhere along the way, somebody was a horse, thief or murderer or whatever do you go. Oh my gosh. It's so painful, you know, what's interesting. I mean, it's you see what I'm saying. Okay. She says as an African American that'd be black. You leave? I always knew that I descended from enslaved people. But again to imagine the horrific lives, they must have been forced to live and the impact their enslavement had on their descendants for generations to come all. I get that. I mean, we all feel you know, I don't feel guilty. But you know, I hate that. I mean, it's it's dark part of our history. But you don't have to be black to feel that you know, what I'm saying. I mean, we all while just say this as a collective Americans. We look and go, that's you know, this actually happened to folks. So the pain endured during enslavement seared into my soul, and the souls of all descendants of enslaved people who've that's the problem. That's the problem. I know I'm gonna get this you couldn't possibly understand. And I'm gonna tell you a little secret here when she says, the pain of all this is seared into my soul. That's part of the problem. You're living the past and this chick is like eighteen or nineteen. But she's been now talked to be a victim. She's no victim the chick is in Georgetown for crying out loud. I mean, you know, if my kids can be close to get into Georgetown. We'd be thrilled. She's gonna have a wonderful life should be doctor or something like this. But I'm, but she's always going to carry that seared soul plane. That's not you. You had nothing to do with it. You're not a victim. And you had nothing to do with it. If you're ancestor repress of the United States. It's an interesting thing to think about it's interesting to to talk about a family reunions..

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"But then forced it on the rest of the students. If you're going to Georgetown University, you're probably relatively liberal anyways. But. So has Georgetown University. They've been washed clean are they washed clean of the sin of owning slaves? Like is it cool. Now. You pay for it. You might just call them all Catholics. I'll give you a little bit of change in all my sins washed away. This what I'm asking this reparations are saying, hey, we're paying this is asked does anyone at Georgetown University that flop this idea that voted on it are they like, hey, we're freaking square. Now. Do they think that people are gonna say, hey, because we raise tuition or twenty seven bucks your fake esculent has to be held deepened has to run that once you do this. You can't get rid of it. It's just gonna get bigger and bigger who am I point is like, they're not the people that are, you know, it's not even it doesn't mean anything these people show stupid. They think they're not stupid. They know it doesn't mean anything they want to feel good for Bryant. But say do they think that this like balances the scales? Do they think that someone that honestly, you can't balance the scales and once they accept this? We can't go back and make that right, right? There's nothing we can do it was wrong. And it's so wrong that you can. Never make. There's nothing to be make a right, right. Build a time machine. Go back inside slavery. That's all. You can do you could give everybody who was family member. Former slave free everything live like kings, and you can't make owning a human being right? Like you can't wash obviously. Yeah. I think that's what they don't realize that you you can't bind somebody off Kate. I know we were all, but here's the money. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. It's never going to be. And it's also I mean to me, I'm sorry. Go past only gonna donations the whole point of the whole premise of reparations is still will. Yeah. Of course. But I'm saying so someone who never did something is paying money to someone who never had something done against them. You know, what I'm saying the person who didn't commit the crime is paying someone would try and committed immediately after the civil war for them to go. Hey, and actually to do what they're supposed to do. That's an regionally. What was going to do it? Like, they're supposed to do that made sense. Right. That would help somebody get foot ahead that had. Nothing right now. None of us were there. Right originally after they abolish slavery reparations were saying like, you know, like years that was literally going to be given to the people that were actual slaves a week ago that should have right. That wasn't. There was racism so Deepak, then that we get it at like, we're hopefully, we're moving pass it. We have passed that. I'm sorry. But the ship of reparations has sailed. Going like I said you'd better watch chipping. It's trigger. But like I said man, I'm paying I've I'm someone who's never owned someone is paying money to someone who never was owned that. You can't. I don't think you could find. No, granted, they're probably half listeners. They're out there that believe that slavery was cool. But I think super hard pressed to find anybody have you seen people that come in our Facebook do come on look at the people commenting right now. Yeah. Hashtag slavery school hasn't wanted. This is crazy. But no, it's it's like defined people that actually would even think that it's not part of us anymore as a nation. It's part of our history. Unfortunately. Yeah. But then again, history's good. Because you learn from right? Hopefully, you get better. And we're. Yeah. I this is what they really should do. They should demand. Washington. DC be demolished. Because ninety percent of it was built by slaves. You know, the monument actual White House. You know, just go ahead and demolish and rebuild house. Tentacle bland, bro. I'm gonna Matt flat black..

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two to six. Here's what Alan Dershowitz who is a professor of law emeritus at Harvard Law School. Here's what he has to say about the hearings. He writes until judge Brad Kavanagh was accused of horrible crimes sexual assault lewd conduct and even gang rape is confirmation hearings could fairly of not entirely accurately be characterized as a job interview. The burden was on him to demonstrate his suitability to serve on the supreme court. He apparently met that burden in the eyes of a majority of partisan one to be sure and seen on the way to getting the job. But now everything's changed. Social the burden of persuasion, the behavior of which judge Kavanagh's when accuses so serious and devastating that it requires a high level of proof before forming the basis for his rejection. There is enormous difference between the candidates rejection on ideological grounds. As was the case with Robert Bork and rejection on the ground that he has committed crimes warranting lifetime imprisonment rather than a lifetime appointment being on the supreme court is a privilege. Not a right of being disqualified based on a false accusation of a crime would be a violation of the fundamental right of fairness. Some will argue that the issue of judge Kavanagh's ideological and professional qualifications should be merged with the sexual allegations. And that doubts should be resolved against a lifetime. Appointment. In some cases, that would be a plausible argument, but it is too late for that kind of nuanced approach now because these accusations have received worldwide attention Judge Kevin is on trial for his life. At stake or his career his family his legacy and a reputation earned over many decades lawyer and a judge. And that you know. When I read that I said out loud to myself. That's why I'm glad that the FBI is investigating because we want the truth. I think all of us do no matter what that truth is. If you can't if you sat there before the Senate panel, and allied he certainly shouldn't be sitting in the supreme court if he's telling the truth on their false accusations that needs to come out as well. I mean, we have to we have to find the truth it's imperative so that that's where I'm at on this phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two to six an toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six. Meanwhile. A professor at Georgetown University is taking heat this evening for saying white Republican senators who were at supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh hearings on Friday. Should be castrated. And endure a miserable death. This is Georgetown University. Professor. Her name is Dr Carol Christine fair. An associate professor in the security studies program at Georgetown. She said white Republican senators specifically, Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. Who defended cavenaugh in a fiery speech, quote deserve miserable deaths. Fare went on to say in her Saturday message to the living should castrate their corpses. And feed them to swine. Holy moly. This is this is how nasty. The political arena has gotten. And it's just we can't accept this kind of behavior. She she's apologizing. Because he was recorded saying, she's not a plows is apologizing for saying it. It's just it's just. I just befuddled by this again. What does she basing this on the week before fare went on a profanity laced Twitter tirade against judge Cavanaugh calling the embattled nominee a- rapist and perjurer. What does she basing that on? She described the GOP as a blanking death cult and filthy swine. She'll let him. That's amazing. Trying to take it all in. But it's just yeah. I'm going to. I just can't believe that hold on a second here. I'm gonna turn my mic down the mic over to an open window. The coyotes. Been really active. I'm going to open the blinds here. Very quietly. Okay. Well, of course, Nali stop. Listen here. Mike all the way up. They stopped. They Nabet is there a pack of them out there. The route on the pastor. And which means. Lions are not hanging around. Because the mountain lions were hanging around. They wouldn't be hanging. They'd be gone. Yeah. Yeah. Last night for they were putting up when they really get excited. That means that they've they're having dinner and that they ran down another animal. Yup. Yup. And you haven't they howl, and it's really it's really intriguing to listen to them. National Geographic outside your back window. So as you and I were talking wholesome. I heard him yipping and howling. They weren't real close. There there are there are times in the past five years if they think close enough writing, but the window up to the microphone, and you can really hear them. It's really cool. And I I've been saying that one of these days. I'm going to get a wireless microphone and put it out in the pasture. The problem is the the wireless mic technology today doesn't give us the the distance that I would like to be able to get out of it to put it out in the pasture. Wouldn't that be fun to hear him close up? No doubt. Our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six. What concerns me about a professor who says something that we were talking about castrate their corpses and v them to swine wish she own. Well. Yeah. I mean, it's this was a professor who's teaching young people. That's what's scary. Here is what Georgetown University Senate in this. They said the views of faculty members expressed in their private capacities of their own not the views of the university, our policy does not prohibit speech based on the person, presenting ideas, or the content of those ideas, even when those ideas may be difficult controversy or objectionable faculty. Members may exercise freedom of speech, we expect that their classrooms interaction with students be free of bias and geared toward thoughtful and respectful dialogue. I mean, can you imagine? If if anybody had spoken like this against President Obama, can you imagine we can't speak like that about anybody that should be acceptable. I don't like I don't appreciate them. Just kind of saying, oh, it's not their opinions. No, you hire this person they represent your your organization in your brand. And and if that's the way they're talking and you're not gonna put the hammer down on them. Then to me, you're condoning it. Yeah. Yeah. And it does come out in the classroom. We've seen it time and time again and back in the day when when I was teaching. I saw it. I saw it among faculty at the university. And at the college Tana. And it was you know. There's something there's something about the teaching profession. That gives people the the the they have this feeling of power. And that what they say is always right? And that you know. You know, what they say is is is gasping. And that's really unfortunate. And I think that's the case with this particular professor saying things like that. I mean, that's just despicable behavior. Even if you disagree with someone you don't say if you're going to castrate their dead bodies in their corpses. And feed them to swap. This is not appropriate. It's not appropriate. I would never say that. And I don't think you would either our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six in once again, I've said it before you can certainly see how civil wars begin. Can't you? This is C C O. Minnesota. We'll have a new governor for the first time in eight years in two thousand nineteen and this election season is dedicated to bringing you the voters the candidates in their own words. So you can make informed decisions about who our leaders will be. 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"georgetown university" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Weekend with music like that from tears for fears every few minutes across the weekend right now though Toby until the morning ninety seven point one wash FM his onto Woodbridge, Laura. Good morning. Good morning. What are you doing up this early on a Friday and why I'm driving into work? What is it? You do Laura I work at Georgetown University in the land. The lab. Big time important stuff. Yeah. She looks through microscopes. I do for a little bit. Yes. What's your specialty labs? It blood analysis all sorts of analysis. Biopsy analysis actually molecular diagnostics, so we do PC. Are we don't know what that means? Me. Very very exciting. Microscope. It was my best friend when I was freaking Toby. Why don't you tell us what the acronym stands for stands for? Cardio restitution. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I doubted you. That's right. It's a it's a very important, Laura. What else could stand? For that. We also do I. Chemistry. Yeah. That's right. That sounds like you're getting a cold. Well, poor thinks she thinks he's being pop quiz big time. Guess what? You don't have to do anything else. You already. I can't believe I'm actually nervous. I can't even think right now you are going to Disney on ice Mickey's VIP search party a eagle Bank arena. No more questions. No more us asking questions. Ridiculous fake, medical terms. You've got this covered. Yes..

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Can quickly willing during the virtues is being tested have been emergency official messages would have followed the alert terminal this concludes vis test of the emergency alert system the clinton's in the behavior of he'll read i just beal but the behavior of hillary what her job was any administration and for the women who were accusing her husband she is at georgetown university an honorary founding chair of the georgetown institution for women peace and security what does that even mean well i guess it means is this place were women can be perfect peace it'll heather's to here and and we're gonna put on that board in an honorary position as a founding share a protecting the women of georgetown university hillary clinton while as she spoke about the importance of female leadership in advancing human rights meaning of course men can't do that if we really want human rights to be advanced in there'd be justice in peace these horrible men just can't do it if only a woman was there will be so much better off in this with with these topics she went on to discuss in here comes were the the question delusion orjea strategy the 2016 election daring a panel segment and she went right back to blaming misogyny in sexism any of you who read my book shameless plug about what happen now that i think misogyny in sexism was part of the campaign it was one of the contributing factors some of it was just ole fashioned sexism sexism and the refusal to accept the equality of women and certainly the equality of women's leadership now what what if we just take man and fema mayo may on female out of this what if we just did lock your policy you weren't where does that fallen it could be that you were an undesirable candidates because you're a woman they just didn't like that woman can particular won't matter of fact i'll go this far with it if it was another woman she probably would have won yeah a lot of bagri lotta by your it is is hated for lack of a better word as president trump seems to be you know according to the press now she can always go well yeah.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on The MILO Show

The MILO Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on The MILO Show

"Upi particular kind of therapy culture designed to appeal to people who are terrified of their own masculinity or terrified of it in others but one thing it is not is a serious inquiry into the differences between men and women and or anything remotely helpful rather than simply a hateful divisive politically driven bunch of bullshit does no academia if you're a woman by the way sticking out for one of these men if you are a woman who has any conservative principles whatsoever you won't be celebrated by the left for being a brave defiant minority because what could be more unusual than a conservative women except perhaps a conservative black are a conservative homo you will instead be told by the left to go and get rapes the this is the amazing thing joy a georgetown advisor georgetown university is very venerable institution and adviser for the georgetown university monster of science in foreign service programme tweeted on saturday evening that he hopes conservative commentator alley stuck he has her own me to moment he's referring of course to the sexual assault and rape awareness goes against raising movement me to worry he maybe he knew maybe he didn't is that alex turkey is like in her twenties and end is a trump supporter i think is some you know out there exploding the conspiracy theories in myths of the modern liberal left this this old liberal says i hope you have your own to moment well there's any one way to interpret that which is i hope you've got raped.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Speech at georgetown university there is such an uprising such protesting such loud disdain for her people calling any criticism of sharia hate speech if you can believe that um and she had to be escorted in with armed guard scored out with armed guard to go and even give the speech i decided i wanted to talk with her about about things like that i wanted to talk to her and and find out what it is that is going on in these campuses were people have such a lack of understanding of what sharia is or even what any sort of this disparity in in far process is and why they believe the for the first amendment when in fact there against the first amendment the trying to shut her fourth amendment down to go and speak now i give this interview via skype so the audio sounds like she's on a speaker but she's not um but but i thought it was important to bring to you that he of the book is wholly different whol oh why the nord different and it's a of garbage nausea i'm glad he took the time thanks for coming on how mount guys are really glad to have you back on the program brand new book called wholly different expelled h expelled who l l y different and it's uh it's where you're arguing against islamic values and that his started some real trouble for you i did a story on my show that showed georgetown university students not necessarily muslims just who were saying that you're bringing hate speech to the university by telling the truth about sharia please help you understand the you have spoken right arm you the guarded take you would take you out tell me what you saw when you went there well hour on by far are you bat in my life supporters will games me i came in hungary where he up by the yelling and calling calling them names the flyers need several phobic and race so anyway i was just trying to silence me asking how dare the college's invite me to seek hadn't jaw it's a shame because i was speaking about i was come very the van hughes seven vendors are also i was speaking about sharia law.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on Amanpour

"Foreign policy students at georgetown university people suddenly dropping off in terms of their ambition to go into the foreign service from your perspective that can't be good for america in the future kennett no it certainly as ends and again we're we're we're like the military people started in at a low level and they work their way up and during that period they learn the art and the science that is involved with being a diplomat you can't bring people in overnight i actually have a cousin younger cousin who asked me a few months ago for advice on taking the foreign service exam and i'm very sorry to say that i advised him against it at this time i think it's a very personal decision i still think it's a wonderful career but this is not the most promising time to be entering into the career because of how how little investment there is in its and how and how much were removed from the table of the decisionmaking and influence you know you mentioned but tweet diplomacy visavis north korea or the idea of potentially ditching the iran nuclear deal hear the challenge for us in the field right now one of the many challenges is that we don't have consistent messaging and we're not able to control consistent messaging we don't know what foreign policy were supposed to be implementing because it changes and we're not given direction and it makes it very hard for us across the globe to be able to effectively implement anything or or even have the same kind of trusted relationships that we had before this shackelford thank you so much for talking to us this evening thank you very much.

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"georgetown university" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"georgetown university" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"About with him and georgetown university and then there's also the martin luther play right martin luther on trial which is here new york city if you just see that yesterday i just saw the play the other day and i'm working on a column about it that will come out this week hall the week in week in scoop your column it well i think you you've got like a poker something on related time aren't a little further really you know nothing mention it i do it's coming out in october which is the five hundred anniversary of the kickoff of the reformation at least that's how it celebrated i was just saying ass today that this idea of luther nailing the feces to the to the door that number cathedral hits and i i write about this in my book but if you don't want to wake talked over making to say that it's a it's an interesting moment in history because it than exactly happen as we remember it your arguing in your book it but if i've heard correctly that he basically just handed out photo companies and you scotch tape he never didn't use him allen and they alright he's got staples perimeter scott state it was early sixteen centuries kept tape but no actually this is true to sit since we're gonna start with martin luther first well let's get effect straight there is a play in new york right now right martin luther on trial if you are in new york were near new york we're coming to new york any time before january twenty ninth right you're also going to take it out on tour i believe yeah other markets can look fourth there but if you're if you're in new york new i can get in new york before january twenty.

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