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"grappling" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:36 min | 2 d ago

"grappling" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"On some less hills near Mississippi River, and there was a population of who knows, you know, dozen two dozen plants, but they're reproducing a bit there, so it's in better shape there. So it's not a Nashville endemic. It turned out the birds of the carriage elsewhere and got an established, so that rare species became a little less concerned since it was discovered somewhere else. But in cases where there is only one place for the plants are known and they're not there anymore in a hundred years that will. You're going to find similar no longer expand. There's not hearing anymore. Growing them in a nursery gives you opportunity to observe them, are you producing viable seed or not? If they're not germinating whale, something's wrong with a seed. That may even lack a gene for inducing contamination of bound with certainly large fruity ones deal. The seed digging up to three years in the soil, they still look like they should be viable, but they're not germinating. Maybe there is a gene that just keeps the embryo from germinating. A lot of unanswered questions that you can't tell by looking at them in the wild, but growing them in the nursery trade will reveal certain things. And I think it could be more often, but not many of us are doing that still. Sure. Music to my ears though. I'm a firm believer that the literature is only half the battle to know a plant you really have to grow and interact with it, see how it behaves through time and what comes out of reproductive grafting that sort of stuff. So thank you for preaching that spud. This sounds like it's a genus ripe for opportunity. Lots of discoveries to be made, lots of understanding, lots of cultivation, just people need to get involved with this. So for those listening that like a bit of a challenge, want to get out of the sort of box, so to speak and get into something like this, how would you recommend the listener, the average listener that wants to get into Hawthorne's, where do they begin? What would be a good place to start to really get on that journey and start to make their impact on this genus? Well, good question. How to proceed if I was trying to find an example sources of Hawthorne's there's very few people are offering sources in terms of seeds, birds or grass and material. I mean, it's kind of like a free for all. You have to kind

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"grappling" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

05:16 min | 2 d ago

"grappling" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Get to the nascent strand of thorns and sometimes I've seen some nests along the it's amazing that the bird can even get in and without putting his own eye out with all the thorns bristling before. So they're very important bird habitat and insect forensic quality. The fruit are kind of low in sugar and they're low in fat. So they're not a hot energy source. It's really a target for any thicker beaches of animal, like birds or mammals. They do eat them some, but they're because they're a little bit low in sugar and fat. They're not fit upon in the number of people think they should be because they're red and they're showy and they're plentiful if they will. Wait, the birds come eat them. Sometimes they just fall off from the ground. I heard of a flock of wax wings or Robins then come by and take them, but they're not a highly favored food quality item, but they are fit upon the mammals, particularly the larger soft ones are fed upon by mammals a little bit. They have some sugar, but there may attribute a showy fruit to show you flowers for people, they're a small size, they're either small trees or shrubs. So they fit in the landscape very well without taking up a lot of room. They get benefits for songbirds and back the insects. So far, the natural component of it, environment they do, there are productive. They do have a use. You don't have to have a name on them to grow them in yard and appreciate that. The birds don't care what plants are called. They regardless. People who buy them in the nurseries and down there are only given a choice of three or four species, but there's actually some very good native species that just are not grown just aren't available in the trade because partly because of the nomenclature the name problem. Have difficulty telling them apart when they're Steven. It's just that some of the botanists from immature. So which is really unfortunate because these plants could have a lot more wild use with really good affair to screens and shelters and belts instead of that story. Hawthorne that even if, like you said, I didn't know what it was. I didn't enjoy its company. I didn't admire it when in bloom or some of them have really nice bark or really interesting leaf forms, but that brings up this question of the difficulty surrounding trying to understand what an individual is, how many species there are is, is this a group that's just really plastic or prone to hybridizing. I mean, what is it about the hawthornes that makes them so difficult? And from there, what features do you really need to have any level of certainty in your identification abilities? Yes, verification Hawthorne seems insurmountable as a task, and actually it's not. It just takes some observational skills that have realized what their identified by leaf shaped flower and fruit structures primarily in the sometimes a thorn size, sometimes a bark sometimes even the growth pattern. But the least shape is the traditional method of identifying plants anyway, trees and scripts. The hawthorns are kind of in kind of segregated into different leaf shaped groups, which is where I do when I prepare my own keys and online, you know, there's the group that have somewhat triangularly used, the laser broadest near the base and a paper to the tip said the deltoid or delta, and then there are the group that have Lee's wider towards the tip, narrowing to the base. That's what's called abuse, opposite of ovate, egg shape, and inner group with elliptically, it's being leaf shape is one way of segregating these plants in the groups. And the aspect of what makes a species is that is a good question with figures. There are a few diploid species of critiques, just a few what we mean by diploid is that the normal set of chromosomes in most plants don't get fluid. When it undergoes meiosis and stale is divided into two haploid cells and the male gamete joins the female gamete, both being happily, they produce any diploid. That's the normal way of reproduction. In animals, for sure, plants still always follow that roux. Polyploid plants, we don't have polychoric animals that some problems coming up, but poly plants are numerous in Hawthorne's the majority of what we call species are actually colorful. With a few different. So the scheme is the diploids may represent the oldest beginnings of the Cawthorn group. And as they cross them together, sometimes you have an unequal cell division, whereas you end up with a diploid cell

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"grappling" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:41 min | 2 d ago

"grappling" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Consider buying a copy of my book in defense of plants, an exploration into the wonder of plants, some of our customizable merch or our stickers. They make great stocking stuffers, or just gifts in general for the botany in your life, and it helps keep the show up and running. I couldn't be doing it without everyone that supports the show financially. So thank you to everyone that's done it and consider doing it if you haven't. But today is a very special episode because it's a group of trees that I've been meaning to tackle on this podcast for quite some time and I found the perfect person to do it. We are talking about the hawthorns, the genus critiques, and if you grew up trying to identify plants, you picked up, say, a Peterson's guide, you flip to the hawthorn section, you go, oh, there's not really a treatment in here. They just kind of say, well, they're confusing. And here's some general leaf shapes, but good luck. And then you're just kind of set adrift in a sea of botanical confusion. Well, that did not dissuade botanist Ron Lance from taking a deep dive into this genus. And truly helping us understand the genus critiques a lot better. And in far more detail, as you're going to hear Ron got bitten by the bug early and he hasn't looked back since and he has made major contributions to our understanding of this genus. Ron is the kind of botanist I absolutely love talking with. He's got so many great insights and context to put plants in their place and he's a true believer of Noah plant. You got to grow that plant. But I don't want to steal any more of his thunder. Let's just jump right into it without further ado. Here's my conversation with Ron Lance. I hope you enjoy. All right, Ron

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US home sales fell in October for ninth straight month

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

US home sales fell in October for ninth straight month

"U.S. home sales fell in October for the 9th straight month Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes fell in October for the 9th month in a row to the slowest pre-pandemic sales space in more than ten years Owned by his grapple with sharply higher mortgage rates rising home prices and fewer properties on the market The national association of realtors has existing home sales fell 5.9% last month from September to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.43 million cells fell 28.4% from October last year I Norman hall

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Police detain man after eggs thrown at King Charles III

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Police detain man after eggs thrown at King Charles III

"An anti royalist protester has been arrested after hurling eggs and vitriol at King Charles the third and Camilla the queen consort as they walked in the northern England city of York Oh Video footage shows several eggs in motion and smashed on the ground none appearing to hit the royal couple who continued to greet crowds Then several police officers could be seen grappling with a man at a crowd barrier Britain's PA news agency reports the man had booed and shouted this country was built on the blood of slaves as he was being detained Other members of the crowd had tried to drown him out by chanting shame on you and God save the king Charles De Ledesma London

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How Were the Founding Fathers Educated? Pete Hegseth Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

How Were the Founding Fathers Educated? Pete Hegseth Explains

"Are the founding fathers educated? So don't you think every single kid in America to date deserves the type of education that brought the brilliance of 1776? And it wasn't complicated. This was a 2000 year lineage of western civilization of judeo Christian values. The marriage of Athens and Jerusalem of faith and reason that was the great books that was biblical wisdom that was Latin. It was Greek. It was theology. It was philosophy. It was actual history, it was those ingredients that they grappled with that they debated about that brought about that brilliance of the greatest human experiment we've ever seen on the planet. It was not an accident. Churches had a great deal to do with it, who were many of the leaders of our revolution. Ministers and reverence. Who is the who is the top I'm not trying to get into a tangent here. Do you know who the top what would be reverend, I guess, at Harvard University is today? He's an atheist. It's true. It's an atheist. We're so far gone from what our founders actually engaged with it. They would not recognize it at all today. It was a classical Christian education. It was the way, and none of it was, it wasn't perfect, but they understood that teaching people to think critically, created free thinking people who couldn't be captured by demagoguery. And when you can think critically and think freely whether you're a mason or a blacksmith or a farmer, do you think people in the 1780s or 90s had more use for a classical education than we do today? Absolutely not.

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Ukrainians grapple with power outages as winter approaches

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Ukrainians grapple with power outages as winter approaches

"Families in Ukraine are learning to live with blackouts So far Russia has destroyed about 40% of Ukraine's energy infrastructure At yaroslav Edmunds home near Kyiv they can't count the number of times they've eaten in the dark since Russian attacks triggered the blackouts They can handle not having water We can stay with having no hot food for some time but with no telephones on it's a little bit uncomfortable That meant says the outages are getting longer as much as 12 hours a day His wife Alina is reading books to take away her anxiety I don't have procrastinate I just need to go to do my work And in the middle of dinner like so many nights for them the lights went out I'm Ed Donahue

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Trick or trash: Candy makers grapple with plastic waste

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Trick or trash: Candy makers grapple with plastic waste

"Many children will be out trick or treating on Monday but have you ever wondered what happens with all those candy wrappers once the treats are consumed It's estimated Americans will load up on some 600 million pounds of candy this Halloween So manufacturers are looking for ways to help recycle the wrappers Mars Wrigley for example is sending out more than 17,000 collection bags to have consumers send the wrappers to a specialty recycling firm G two revolution will turn the plastic into palettes using them to make waste bags for dog walking Candy wrappers are made from different materials and they often have sticky residue which makes them tough to recycle Candy companies are being urged to continue looking for new packaging methods that are more environmentally friendly I'm Jackie Quinn

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Reconstruction after Hurricane Ian

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Reconstruction after Hurricane Ian

"Florida residents hit by hurricane Ian are cleaning up while grappling with issues around rebuilding and insurance Randy rapper producer university Professor of disaster restoration and reconstruction says Ian caused far more damage than is typical They're talking about some of the insurance companies for example perhaps going under their unable to pay for all the damages He says the government will need to step in and ask for those who rebuild cost will go up The thought is oh somebody's ripping us off Somebody's being dishonest Yes and no says rap because of supply and demand There are natural tendencies for things to escalate significantly He says look for the governor to keep a close eye on rebuilding I'm Julie Walker

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Grappling With Our Current Situation With Lee Smith

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Grappling With Our Current Situation With Lee Smith

"Thought of the best adjectives to help us grapple with the situation we're in? That's a really interesting question, and I'm very grateful for you asking it. I haven't nailed it down exactly. That maybe you and I speaking about it will be able to come to a closer definition. Basically what I think is this. We've heard people call whatever. Everyone from AOC to Barack Obama to Chuck Schumer or communists, right? And look, it has a feel like the Chinese Communist Party. But as the feel and there are totalitarian, the progressive movement is totalitarian in some ways. But to describe exactly what's going on here, the way that I'm thinking about it right now is that it's an oligarchy, right? We have rule by the few. They've secured power for themselves. It's a combination of political elites and corporate elites as well with a courtier class surrounding them, meaning the press. And what's interesting is it's given me reason to go back and think about what totalitarian regimes really are. Whether we're talking about the Chinese Communist Party, whether we're talking about the Soviet Union, whether we're talking about post Peloponnesian war, Athens, it's always ruled by a few and it depends those oligarchies if we're talking about Athens, those oligarchies had a particular kind of ideology, which would be entirely lost on us now. The kinds of ideologies that we recognize now if we're talking about communism, we know very much what that looks like. So it's important for us to figure out what the ideology is driving and shielding this regime, right?

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Water emergency declared in Mississippi capital

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Water emergency declared in Mississippi capital

"Mississippi's capital is grappling with a major water crisis not enough to drink flush toilets or take showers and some schools have to close and hold classes online President Biden approved an emergency declaration for Mississippi surging federal assistance to the region flooding from last week's storms exacerbated long-standing problems at Jackson's main water treatment plant The city had already been under a boil water notice for a month Some restaurants had to close Sarah friedler says things are bad at hers We have to boil all of our water It adds so many more steps and

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CA Schools Lost Children-LA School Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

CA Schools Lost Children-LA School Intro and Wrap

"School starts today in Los Angeles the school system is grappling with chronic absenteeism Superintendent Alberto carvalho and others went door to door before the first day seeking out the lost children who have not been going to school on a regular basis since the pandemic There are thousands of kids We thought had left the community had not enrolled in school but in fact are in our community They just disengaged They disconnected They fell off the radar Carvalho met with students like Jordy Luna I lost that sense of importance to school So I started showing up Now Luna says he's excited to rejoin his classmates and play on the football team Ten year old Caitlin Cantor says online learning made it hard to focus I think kind of really learn anything I learned a few things but this time I might learn something In the last year 50% of students in Los Angeles were considered chronically absent I'm Ed Donahue

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Macao extends lockdown to curb biggest COVID-19 outbreak

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Macao extends lockdown to curb biggest COVID-19 outbreak

"The Chinese gambling enclave of Macau has extended its lockdown by several more days as it grapples with the biggest coronavirus outbreak in over two years Authorities say industries and commercial companies will remain closed until the 23rd of July authorities have also banned all inside dining and have ordered residents to stay at home unless absolutely necessary Casinos which are the main source of income for the autonomous city have been ordered to close as part of the lockdown I am Karen Chammas

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At Pride, celebrations amid a darker national environment

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 5 months ago

At Pride, celebrations amid a darker national environment

"LGBTQ communities across America are celebrating Pride Month but activists say this year feels different Big crowds are expected Sunday at pride events in places like New York City San Francisco and Denver In a return to large in person events but organizers describe a renewed sense of urgency commemorations that in the recent past have felt like victory parties for civil rights are grappling with a darker atmosphere that includes a rise in hate speech online legislation in Florida and Texas a more conservative Supreme Court in the arrest of 31 members of a white supremacist group in riot gear accused of plotting to disrupt a pride event in Idaho Their real life consequences real people who are affected by this At a Trebek a film festival pride event earlier this month Emmy winning trans producer and actor Laverne Cox talked about the struggle We have to draw on our ancestors and transistors in these moments to know that we can and will overcome Michael Adams is an advocate for LGBTQ elders He says a tax going on around the country are about trying to make them invisible which makes this year's pride events especially important I'm Jennifer King

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No, you're not going crazy - package sizes are shrinking

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

No, you're not going crazy - package sizes are shrinking

"It's the inflation You're not supposed to see shrinkflation where manufacturers are quietly shrinking package Sizes without lowering prices A small box of Kleenex now has 60 tissues it had 65 chobani flips yogurts have shrunk from 5.3 ounces to 4.5 Cottonelle ultra clean care toilet paper was 340 sheets now three 12 Bulger's coffee downsized its 51 ounce container to 43.5 but still says it will make up to 400 cups because of lightweight beans experts say shrinkflation isn't new but it proliferates in times of high inflation as companies grapple with rising costs for ingredients packaging labor and transportation global consumer price inflation was up an estimated 7% in May a pace that will likely continue through September according to S&P Global I'm Julie Walker

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'Very angry': Uvalde locals grapple with school chief's role

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 6 months ago

'Very angry': Uvalde locals grapple with school chief's role

"Blame for the delay in stopping the gunmen at a Texas elementary school is following on ivaldi's school district police chief At rob elementary school Navalny where a gunman killed 19 fourth graders and two teachers students called 9-1-1 and anguished parents begged officers outside to rescue their kids Audio courtesy At a news conference Friday the head of the Texas Department of Public Safety colonel Steven McGraw said officers on the scene should not have waited to go in Where I'm sitting now of course it was not the right decision It was the wrong decision Period Blame has fallen on the school district's police chief Pete arradondo who told more than a dozen officers to wait in a hallway until finally a border patrol tactical team used a key to unlock the classroom door and kill the gunman The excruciating delay has left ivaldi residents struggling with the idea that a well liked local lawman just selected to a spot on the city council made the wrong decision the Justice Department has announced plans to look into the law enforcement response I'm Jennifer King

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Brad Anderson: ESG Is Very Real & Very Dangerous for Companies

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Brad Anderson: ESG Is Very Real & Very Dangerous for Companies

"I had a bunch of CEOs in generals and muckety mucks on a panel and they gave me the list of questions and a bunch of the questions were about ESG, environmental, social, and governance efforts. And companies in America are having to grapple with this and CEOs, CFOs, the C suites are having to deal with how do we how do we apply ESG to measure our company's performance? Do you care to weigh in on that, mister Anderson? Because it's something that a lot of our listeners are just becoming familiar with and listen, I felt like I was in The Twilight Zone last week because they're all nodding their heads and talking about how important it is and I kept the talk show hosting me wanted to scream out. I think you're hurting your own your own brand when you go down this path and say, we got appease activists on climate change or whatever the whatever the culture debate is, what do you make? What's your take on the ESG chapter of the companies are having to grapple with right now? That's very real and very dangerous for companies because it's the government asserting a set of values as well as big shareholders like BlackRock, saying you've got to invest your money in a way that we agree with. And you can't necessarily follow the economics again of the customer. It's part of the reason that we've gotten to be energy dependent suddenly from being energy independent is the investments get shifted into places that are maybe not as efficient. But there's a real pressure the companies are facing because it isn't just the SEC is recommending force enforcing ESG as well as big investment firms. So that's a real pressure on boards to comply with this external measurement system.

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Obama Speaks at Chicago Conference About Disinformation

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:48 min | 8 months ago

Obama Speaks at Chicago Conference About Disinformation

"Barack Obama is in the news again. He attended a somewhat ironically titled conference on disinformation. The God was sponsored by the Atlantic monthly, which by the way, has been one of the chief purveyors of disinformation. They've been part of the Russia collusion hoax. In fact, one of the Atlantic writers, Franklin four, was the source of putting out all the lies that were concocted by the Hillary Clinton campaign by this guy sussman by Christopher Steele. So the Atlantic were the not only the dupes, but I think the willing collaborators of these lies. And but this conference was in conjunction with the University of Chicago institute of politics and of course they trot out good old Barack Obama who can be always counted on. I mean, this is America's leading con man. I mean, there's competition, Stacey Abrams is in that competition, Hillary Clinton. There are others. But I think Obama owns the title. In part because he's able to kind of put that pompous expression and look to the left and he looks to the right. It's kind of his style. It was a little bit befuddling when it first came out in 2008, but of course by 2012 and later 2016, everyone had sort of seen through it. It's like the con man who was like fanning out the cards, take a look. Well, you know, we kind of know the routine by now. Well, let's look at Obama. And he's talking about disinformation and here he goes. It's something I grappled with. Imagine Obama grappling with disinformation. During my presidency, I saw it sort of unfold. And that's the degree to which information disinformation and misinformation was being weaponized.

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Discussing Faith With "The Great Quest" Author Os Guinness

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:18 min | 8 months ago

Discussing Faith With "The Great Quest" Author Os Guinness

"The question of meaning has been important to you for many, many decades. You've written many books that touch on it. So what should we, where should we start? Well, Eric, this book is for individuals who are searching, who are seeking. But for me, the big picture of the western world is the background. Because if you take the civilizational moment we're in, obviously, the west has as its central dynamic, the Jewish and Christian faiths. And yet the west has rejected the faith's that made it. So it's a cut flower civilization. And the question is, can the west be renewed? So people need to grapple with what it is that actually made the west. Now the same thing in many ways is true for America. And we see this rising tide of religious nuns. People have receding faith. But obviously many of them have no idea that the faith they've left was considered true. Now, if it was true, people should believe it even if there's no one but themselves left. If it was false, they should never believed it, even if everyone else believed it, and so on. So there's an extraordinary cultural dimension to all

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Destructive wildfires rage in New Mexico, Colorado

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Destructive wildfires rage in New Mexico, Colorado

"As as as as fire fire fire fire crews crews crews crews continue continue continue continue battling battling battling battling the the the the blaze blaze blaze blaze in in in in New New New New Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico there there there there are are are are reports reports reports reports of of of of at at at at least least least least two two two two people people people people dead dead dead dead it's it's it's it's dry dry dry dry and and and and windy windy windy windy around around around around the the the the small small small small community community community community of of of of Ruidoso Ruidoso Ruidoso Ruidoso at at at at the the the the Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln National National National National Forest Forest Forest Forest where where where where some some some some four four four four thousand thousand thousand thousand people people people people have have have have been been been been forced forced forced forced to to to to flee flee flee flee the the the the spreading spreading spreading spreading flames flames flames flames and and and and now now now now New New New New Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico state state state state police police police police say say say say two two two two people people people people were were were were found found found found dead dead dead dead inside inside inside inside a a a a home home home home for for for for a a a a spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Lora Lora Lora Lora rae rae rae rae bond bond bond bond says says says says the the the the fire fire fire fire continues continues continues continues to to to to burn burn burn burn the the the the fire fire fire fire is is is is currently currently currently currently four four four four thousand thousand thousand thousand one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two acres acres acres acres zero zero zero zero percent percent percent percent contained contained contained contained at at at at least least least least one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred fifty fifty fifty fifty homes homes homes homes barns barns barns barns and and and and other other other other structures structures structures structures have have have have been been been been destroyed destroyed destroyed destroyed schools schools schools schools are are are are closed closed closed closed and and and and residents residents residents residents are are are are grappling grappling grappling grappling with with with with power power power power outages outages outages outages persistent persistent persistent persistent drought drought drought drought conditions conditions conditions conditions combined combined combined combined with with with with wind wind wind wind prompted prompted prompted prompted red red red red flag flag flag flag warnings warnings warnings warnings for for for for almost almost almost almost all all all all of of of of New New New New Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico half half half half of of of of Texas Texas Texas Texas and and and and parts parts parts parts of of of of Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado and and and and the the the the Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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US experts wrestle with how to update COVID-19 vaccines

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

US experts wrestle with how to update COVID-19 vaccines

"U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. health health health health officials officials officials officials continue continue continue continue to to to to grapple grapple grapple grapple with with with with how how how how to to to to keep keep keep keep American American American American sufficiently sufficiently sufficiently sufficiently vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated against against against against the the the the still still still still evolving evolving evolving evolving corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus the the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration's administration's administration's administration's been been been been meeting meeting meeting meeting to to to to try try try try to to to to set set set set guidelines guidelines guidelines guidelines for for for for how how how how often often often often to to to to revamp revamp revamp revamp vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines and and and and call call call call for for for for booster booster booster booster updates updates updates updates last last last last week week week week the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA authorized authorized authorized authorized a a a a fourth fourth fourth fourth dose dose dose dose of of of of vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine for for for for those those those those over over over over fifty fifty fifty fifty or or or or at at at at higher higher higher higher risk risk risk risk but but but but its its its its vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine chief chief chief chief says says says says they they they they can't can't can't can't simply simply simply simply keep keep keep keep boosting boosting boosting boosting people people people people as as as as frequently frequently frequently frequently as as as as they they they they are are are are and and and and the the the the goal goal goal goal is is is is to to to to stay stay stay stay ahead ahead ahead ahead of of of of future future future future variants variants variants variants and and and and outbreaks outbreaks outbreaks outbreaks preventing preventing preventing preventing hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals from from from from becoming becoming becoming becoming overwhelmed overwhelmed overwhelmed overwhelmed a a a a disease disease disease disease modeling modeling modeling modeling expert expert expert expert is is is is predicting predicting predicting predicting a a a a new new new new strain strain strain strain like like like like Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron could could could could emerge emerge emerge emerge anywhere anywhere anywhere anywhere from from from from every every every every one one one one and and and and a a a a half half half half years years years years to to to to once once once once in in in in a a a a decade decade decade decade researchers researchers researchers researchers say say say say they'll they'll they'll they'll need need need need new new new new tools tools tools tools to to to to quickly quickly quickly quickly determine determine determine determine if if if if current current current current vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines will will will will work work work work against against against against emerging emerging emerging emerging variants variants variants variants I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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"grappling" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"New york city police department. Nypd is struggling to vaccinate its employees. According to the department an estimated forty seven percent of its members are fully vaccinated under nypd administered programs against kovac nineteen as of august twenty fourth even accounting for a percentage of the nypd's force who may have been vaccinated outside work and not provided details thereof. The nypd is not mandating that its employees self report their status that figure likely represents a sizeable decrease from the wider vaccination rates across new york city. Seventy six percent of all adults city residents of gotten at least one shot as of august twenty six and sixty eight percent are fully vaccinated and amid the delta variant impacting non-vaccinated new yorkers the kovic nineteen positivity rate in new york city over. The last seven days is around three percent on july twenty sixth new york city mayor. Bill de blasio said that all city workers would be required to get vaccinated or get tested weekly from september thirteenth onwards and on august twenty third the pfizer bio n tek vaccine became the first covert nineteen vaccine to be approved by the us food and drug administration fda but one brooklyn based traffic enforcement. Agent tells time they have no immediate intentions of getting the vaccine. I just don't feel like i need it yet. I spend most of my time outside. And i wear a mask. The traffic officer says for me. It's about having the choice to take it. And i just don't want to take it yet. A spokesman for the new york city patrol benevolent association. Pba the largest police union in new york city told time on august twenty fifth that they would take legal action. If there is a vaccine mandate for its workers

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Kennedy's book About being an anti-racist was a new york times bestseller along with robin di angelo's wipe fragility was a new york times bestseller. There was a huge wakeup call as unfortunate as the george s. Tragic as the george. Floyd mortar was tragic as at times. The trump presidency was. It woke the middle up in our country to move left and say wait a minute. I've been asleep. I didn't realize this was happening. And we became reeducated. I mean i'm an american history. Major and i didn't know about the The race murders in oklahoma city. I wasn't taught that. And so. that's that's one of so many understandings and awakenings of a deeper more compassionate more rounded out Understanding of the black experience black and brown experience in the united states so that is a good thing and unfortunately painful and it's ongoing but it's a good thing but at the same time what has also been happening is on the the extreme on the right has been like four defying the walls kind of backlash lisa where people are now feeling victimized and and and they're Sort of circling the wagons of their belief system. And and demonizing this movement. All big social movements Have this kind of backlash. And and this is what we're seeing especially in the us where voting rights laws are being restricted and limited in georgia and in other states as if It was needed and it wasn't needed but it's an attempt to kind of keep the status quo the way it is so it's it. It has many concerned because on one hand a whole group of people are are waking up to a deeper understanding something and on the other side. There's also a group of people that is hardening their belief systems and putting in a positions and laws. That are making it harder to change. It's a little confusing for some people to understand And it it breaks my heart a little bit because i don't see unified movement going forward Well in the bio I noticed that you are a dad. You have two children. So are you concerned about what the world may look like for them going forward. You think it's going to improve do tickets. Go like it's just gonna you know plague plateau stagnate Do you think it's going to worsen. i mean you. Being very on point with the abstract new wants that's associated within the world that we live in right. You don't see thing is see. Things is one dimensional. You can do what you do for a living and see. The world outweigh so knowing that that has altered the ways. In which you would more consciously want to raise your children you can only do your part when it becomes time for them to flee the nast. What do you think that they're flying into are. Are you feeling dot com comfortable confident. Are you anxious. What are your feelings as a father i am. I'm anxious for them..

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"And i don't begin to believe that i have all the answers you know and again without the shame because i think anywhere along lineage of a boy growing evolving into a young man into a man into a husband into a father you know it unless those paradigm of thinking are changed you know things are are unconsciously or consciously unlearn unlocked on to to dispend. What the stigmas are recognizing first of all what in fact they are where within that one has had to assimilate to that type of upbringing that type of value based gender-based. This is how you operate these. The way you operate and conduct yourself that conversely are quite different from say your sister or your wife or whatever it's we have to remember that wendy's boys are being raised because everybody wants to statistically when we when we're talking about what's happening now with you know the police riding on what happened More notably you know last summer. And george floyd and things of that nature people get surprised. Where's all this rage coming from. Where's all this white rage abuse of power. You know wire police doing this. Why are you not and again. It's not to paint everybody with the same brush and say that you know everybody who's a police officer is abusive and and abuses or privileges or their power or authority. I'm not saying that. But you know i it. Just galls me and it shocks me when we see statistically wise it that more often than not it's women fleeing domestic violence and they're in the women shelter movement. You know again. Not dismissing that women. Themselves are abusers. you know. I'm not trying to lock it down as one category of the end all be all for this only happens to women in this only happens to men but the fact that people just seem to be really asleep at the switch. They don't seem to make those correlations while. Why are men typically road. Rangers wire men total. You know why. Why are statistic seemingly going up in the wrong direction where men are concerned when we're talking about some of these more global broader type issues Where people are feeling impacted. You know it's it's likely a man who's gonna go shoot up a school or a parking lot a mall or like why is that i it. It baffles mind that people don't see why that might be..

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Let's put the baby over to mom brain and yet and yet because we've four fit the children of either gender to have the same equal opportunities then all of a sudden when it comes time in a man's life to embark upon becoming a dad embarking upon a husband you know because he's been conditioned to Not express himself to have to compartmentalize his feelings because it seems more masculine in which to do so He's seen as weak if he comes across as emotional things of this nature and then women wonder why their husbands don't seem they seem quite despondent. When it comes to child rearing you know they seem very detached emotionally and and i feel for men. Because it's you know these problems come to the surface and marriages start to break up. Because then it's like you know the labor The distribution of labor seems like inequitable Of a sense. Like you know women are communicators. But my husband doesn't wanna talk. I can tell there's something wrong. I ask them what's wrong. He claims that he doesn't wanna talk. Then i think it's me right than it erodes my confidence and now got trust issues. Is he having an affair. What's i mean. This is how it goes on. And so you know i. I really feel for men trying to stumble their way into a state of trying to evolve. Because it's understood the world is changing. You know you can't get away with the same things that you once upon a time. Did you know manner more. So than ever being encouraged to become role models to become volunteers and to do it in different kinds of industries where it were typically would have been women specific or female gender driven. And so i think it. We've sent a really messed up message. And we'd wanted meant we volve faster than what's been allowed for them to become equipped to even understand what what did change because now some people have different expectations of me and i don't even know where those expectations came from on just going on the fact that i was raised this way..

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"We live in indoctrinating us into certain things that we may not even be aware of that were were becoming part of and so people get really hot when you try and bring up this issue but the the truth is is that it's challenging and it's uncomfortable to consider that you believe that because you learned it around you but if you just accept you know for me just accepting that i've been influenced by a world in which i live the messages i got and If i just accept that then i can let go a little bit and not be so defensive and actually engage in kind of critical thinking of who am i and so i love that you brought up on learning because that is so much of what building a better life is that we both learn new things and unlearn old things absent. So how. how much are we willing to unlearn. The things that may have helped us earlier in our lives but are more problematic. Now as we grow and change we've got shed old belief systems. And so one of the things i love about the work that i do is it helps. People develop a better relationship with change. You know part of part of grappling is asking ourselves. What kind of relationship do we want to have with change. And some people love it and and thrive in it. Carol direct talks So much about this in terms of growth mindset versus a fixed mindset and I just think change is the only constant and so we have to learn how to navigate change more effectively so that we can live more comfortably in the world otherwise we become invested in the status quo invested in in in limiting the information that we take in. and so. that's why you see people get defensive and build up walls because they can't handle the change that is so prevalent in the world around them. It's hard but if we embrace it then. The hard doesn't become so hard if we feel like it should be easy then..

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Beliefs are concepts. Let let's look at our paradigm thinking. Let's look at what the blueprint that was. Perhaps indoctrinated on us either given the generation of when we were raised. Or whatever the case may be an all of that combined is what you're describing here more so whether you say it's a byproduct or its tentacle is just offspring of maybe the bigger more deep-rooted issue and it's just Going back to gender. You know the the roles in which girls are raised versus how boys are raised the stereotypes that come from that and once you get immersed in embedded in those kinds of gender biases that therefore creates the opening or the room for other biases in which to filter through. And hence. what you're talking about in your book. So is it really deconstructing gender roles first and foremost you know. That's why at the white men because this combination of whiteness and gender that you mentioned it's it's it's a power. That is both potent and problematic. It is deconstructing gender on some level. I mean let's be honest Roles from both race and gender. Give us a kind of comfort they say. Show up this way and all we have to do is kind of play that part and we fit in and that can be really reassuring. Bud if we can do the work and and show up more authentically then then gender just becomes part of who we are and we don't just fall into the stereotype of our particular gender. We live a more authentic life. That's ultimately more rewarding Well i think again not to believe her. The point but i think this brainwashing mechanism that we were all brought up with. It still carries out. It's like you know. Blue is for boys and pink for girls and you know so because we're talking about colors and were associated those primary colors with a particular sacks and the assumption therefore has made that girls when given documentary decades ago. I've seen Research documentaries that spoke to the subject and you know and it would be like dolls so even if it's a doll dressed in blue clothing versus adult dressed in pink clothing the doll itself is still a white doll. So i think right out of the hop babies and toddlers are getting really screwed up in skewed in their view of what the world really looks like in terms of variety color And i think in less those changes are rectified. Or ratified at the very beginning than what you're setting in motion is A potential teenager adult where. You've got to undo an unravel and dissect what the core is for whatever. Those issues are that have predominantly arisen as a result of that being ingrained in them. I think i think you make a good point about.

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Exists out there particularly the relationship as a speaks to men With themselves as well as men with their external world and everyone else who co habits in the world. they're they're playground but people who you know. I feel like we're not making progress when we keep talking about all the things that have kept a stuck. it's not to negate the issue. It's not to dismiss the issue. But i don't have a problem. I wanna get along with everybody providing your good person. I don't care what your hair looks like. Or what your skin looks like the language the in which you speak. How do you do with somebody who thinks this is just such utter nonsense. Because they're operating at the seoul level you know I think again great questions. i appreciate. appreciate that because i think there are people who do that. It's not hypothetical it is it is a sector of people who on one hand it has a deeper component. I see people spirit. I see underneath color. I see people soul. And i'd like to connect with people sold at a deeper level and not at this superficial level that That people engage in. So i get that argument and it has a couple. He'd has a couple of blind spots the first one is this idea of of universalism you mentioned it. But you know it's a function of privilege to say you don't see color very true privilege to say you don't see color. I can say that as a white person but black and brown people walk out into a world that is highly race. Allies that the white people exist in on the Front of currency they exist in religious figures. They exist in media predominate in media. I mean we live. In a race allies world. The corporate structure is made up ninety percent of of white people the leadership executive structure. And so we can say that but it's not a reality And so sometimes to to say it is to miss the person for who they are and the lived experience that they have The other thing. I'll just have to say because part of the work i do is to dig down into the shame and the struggle and to help people look at it in the i and one of the things that you do. One of the things. I've learned is that we need help. People navigate a dark night of the soul and they get to live to see another day in a more beautiful powerful way and realize that we are not our shame and so there are certain group of people who engage in kind of spiritual bypass. And that's that. I am light and i don't want to look at the darkness and i think we have to look at where all We all have racist patterns because we've been raised in a in a racist world. We all have sex patterns because on some level the patriarchy still exists. So those don't need to be blocks. That's just let's start there and let's move forward. Let's not try and Disown the hard parts of what we learned in our society. Let's begin there and then we can learn to work with them rather than to ignore them absolutely absolutely. So what is the main objective. You know like Like we know in terms of the world that we all strive to want to live in..

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Andrew house tonight through that discomfort to to step into a better world and a an a better you as well absolutely well. I understand that we live in a world that you know. It's premised on dual realities and polarities and things of that nature. But when you're working with and you would probably fall into this distinction of category because again as a former psychotherapist. I mean for you to do that. Kind of work and work so intimately with other people and being on the receiving end of disclosures in in trying to Help them with their blocks or or help them with their own self actualization. A revolution process What do you for people who let say. I'm not saying religious for people who are very much in the spiritual realm so when people you know they see themselves as a sole they don't even see themselves as the in the material physical world of you know this is my vessel you know. But but i'm i'm a soul. I'm i'm really about seeing myself as interconnected we are one so not too you know. And i know people take issue particularly people of or different ethnic background. They say you know it really kind of bothers me when people say oh. I don't see that you're black. I see that. We're all the same. And i understand it on both parts but for somebody who really is just like you know. I don't play on the playground of racial divide. I don't play in the playground of you. Know only seeing your color defaulting to your color and that being the predominant indicator of who you are at the seoul level as a person. If you're kind i don't care what color you are. If you are evolved. I don't care what color you are. If you exercise compassion empathy you know. So how do you. How do you interact even within your own relationship with south andrew on and for what it is that your life's work has been premised on a. How do you reconcile the reality of what we know.

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"And and you use the word in your question. Use the word re identify. And i think that is partly why there is seen is because whiteness has been so ingrained in our identity that were not even aware of it. No to undo racism and to talk about white privilege and white supremacy is so hard white people. Because it's so tied up in our identity that i think that's just the most important thing for people to i sort of breathe into and take a breath and understand the scope of whiteness as a our identity and so that this is going to be such challenging work because if i'm not that whom i And that's a scary. It's a scary proposition. It is it absolutely is so what do you say to whether it's you know former clients of yours when you were a psychotherapist or whatever it is that you might discuss on your podcast or different segments. That would encapsulate this within your book but when you talk about Maybe you know say a white man who is not in his ego somebody who has committed himself to doing the work and says you know i feel like i'm getting a bad rap. I'm not that white. Police officer that beats on on on black innocent unsuspecting people who just based on the color of their skin. Wrong place. wrong time you know. Obviously there's there's racial profiling on there's again Abusive authority things of that nature. Would you say to the evolved. The self actualized white privilege man who says you know. I am into multicultural. Immersed myself in all populations i type person even in my home. I you know everyone's invited and has a seat at the table. I'm not here to segregate anyone. This isn't who i am. And they might even say. It's not even in their so-called family lineage. So how do you even white men interact with each other on this subject. Well you know You ask a great question about the evolved white man who does understand the issue does see the problem And i think part of robin deangelis says that the progressive wipe person is perhaps more damaging than the unconscious white person because we if we see ourselves as as progressed and evolved. Sometimes we can opt out of the work or we can point the finger at other people We can say we're above it all but but racism is is lives in systems not in not just in people. It listened system so we have to get that we might consider selves not racist. But we have to consider that Society is built on racist foundations and so even though we might not see ourselves we're still a by product of the world. We live in. So we have to not opt out of the work not opt out of hard discussions You know there's a term called white silence and it's this idea that we won't challenge other white people on their racism and so to your last part of your question. I think part of what we have to do with each other is to gently but courageously ask people is that it. Might there be some racism in their get curious. How does whiteness play a part in what you're saying introduce it into the conversation and it's so new that it it can be uncomfortable but part of grappling is that discomfort is the doorway to.

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Once again we are joined by yet. Another phenomenal guests. So who is my guest today. Well what i can tell you. Is that andrew warning as a coach and teacher. At the hoffman institute an organization dedicated transformative education spiritual growth and dimensional leadership for those seeking clarity in their personal and professional lives as the creator and hosted the podcast elephant talk andrew encourages couples to have courageous conversations for the sake of a deeper connection. He's the co host of the hoffman. Podcast a keynote speaker and a volunteer former board chair for inter cambio uniting communities. Andrew earned his master's degree in clinical social work from the university of michigan and is a former licensed private practice psychotherapist. He lives in boulder colorado with his wife of nearly two decades and their two children andrew. It's a pleasure to have. Dan living fertile. Stupidly smith donald. How are.

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"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

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"grappling" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on The Current

"Of community and a celebration of resilience. Jobs saved that brought a scholarship to make stacks dish bottle. Pay third verse. I try to grounded in something very personal. I try to grounded my story of coming cannon third world but first world four.

"grappling" Discussed on The Current

The Current

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"grappling" Discussed on The Current

"I'm matt galloway. And you're listening to a special edition of the current on this candidate. Maybe more than any other in history people in this country have questions. What should our national day look like. Should we be proud of this country ashamed of the country. Perhaps both should. We celebrate any part of our history today. I can't promise answers to those questions. But i will speak with prominent canadians. Who are grappling with those big questions and in an hour. So we'll dip into the archives of cbc and here stuart mclean's vinyl cafe. This is the music of the drum all michelle. He grew up basically in the backyard of the kamloops indian residential school. His father was forced to attend. That school has was his mother parade in front of the cameras. Residential school with the monument. Many symbols of respect in sorel of for the two hundred and fifteen children. They were buried without respect without dignity without ceremony. It's hurt us and that's the truth of it and now we're on the path of My song is a path of healing and reconciliation all off candidate. They'd have a huge celebration of riverside park and Many sequestered milk and other nations would come and we'd have a big stick game. Big lale game. It's a live game with drums on both sides and your and your and your drumming and singing and you'll do songs like. Hey can you imagine a twenty five drummers drumming that song where we do it to honor ourselves at then candidate because we're part of canada. We will take a good portion of the candidate to educate to say you know this is horrific that happened and we will challenge for reconciliation but once said main message of education. We're not against the celebration. It hurts me to think. We may eliminate something for the reasons of tragedy and horror or negative or racism colonialism. And no. let's not that. Let's not make that shine. You know. I don't wanna miss candidate with a may t- dancers The japanese african drums them calling out with their drums. All is that just takes your breath away tone down the way flagging in the fireworks but let's make the flag multicolored multi cultural multiculturalism. That paul michelle was talking about is part of the fabric of kamloops. A fifteen minute drive from the site of the old residential school just across the north thompson. River is the building that houses immigrants services and in the parking lot. There today there will be drumming just as paul michelle described. The city has cancelled official events. But the kamloops multicultural society will still be getting together. My name is l. c. chong. I'm the president of the communist chinese freemasons association. I'm george graham spec diversity outreach coordinator for kamloops immigrant services started this For the canada one. Fifty part of a An attempt for world record for the most people simultaneously drumming depatment The member of candida. We had this citizen to our shopping. What well being a foreign to come into canada forty plus years ago. Now a canadian. So i think right on canada day i think is very meaningful and it's also the multiculturalism who had a variety of different drums playing all together last year we had a lot. We have Easy ns the native. The chinese drum japanese african drums which was really nights. I can see the unity of the diversity of i'm slow please. That especially nowadays is all these raises limit that too. So i think it's nice to have all these groups that were gather together too bad. You know this is not participating you know like they should be united the different groups and you know i think that the city should be putting effort in putting the groups together to kennedy and as more being a celebration of multiculturalism than celebration of canada's nation. I think what we need to do is not just decide canceled on cancel. I think it's important to become listeners. And learners and so i really respect the statement of chief casimir. She recommended that. Don't cancel it but to use it as an opportunity to reflect on canadian identity. You're listening to a special edition of the current. My name's matt calloway. Let's leave kamloops and head east to hear another canadians thoughts of it. What candidate means in two thousand twenty one now hidden. Itchy is the mayor of calgary marinucci. Good morning warning that. What are you thinking about on this candidate. I'm thinking about so much stuff you know this. At the end of this pandemic we have been through so many moments of reckoning in certainly the discovery. The children's remains caused a lot of parents of your kids a little bit tighter and it hit folks in the heart the way a lot of things have you know. If i was being churlish i would say look. We've always known we've known since nineteen o strengthen and the truth and reconciliation commission has told us there six thousand that we know are there but we don't have the details on you know what if this is a moment that really allows people to understand so many years later what the truth and reconciliation commission is really about. Let's grab that moment and after the horrific terrorist attack in london ontario if people actually have religious bigotry and islamophobia and anti-semitism in their hearts. Let's grab that moment in so for me. This is a tough one. Because i am so committed to anti-racism and as i leave political life you know. Of course there's so much more. I wish i had done. But i'm proud. Of where calgary has done on the roads reconciliation you know my blackfoot family has given me a name in typical blackfoot fashion. They gave me a name. I can't pronounce At best not specifically for the black soot speakers there which means can't moving leader. He moves camp in the others follow. My family has given me the name which means always ready which does not mean always on time by the way. But i've done. I've tried to really make reconciliation part of my journey as.

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