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Homicides in Philadelphia Near an All-Time High
"The highest number of homicides for one year in 30 years. 444 victims so far that includes those five murders in 24 hours, and there's still a month to go on the calendar year. Ky Jelly do Crime and Justice reporter Christian Joan's. It tells us the violent surges, prompting little comment from city leaders. A 44 year old man was gunned down in Strawberry mansion in about a half An hour later, 50 year old was shot and killed along fourth Street near only in only in southwest Philadelphia. A 21 year old was killed along 53rd and Willows, while a 29 year old was fatally wounded along north broad and clear fields. The last Time this many people in the city were killed was in 1990 when the year and total was 500 victims, According to Philadelphia police, law enforcement leaders and the mayor have on. Lee commented about the homicide rate when they're asked. There's been no statement so far about the latest numbers. Earlier this week, 12 year old Siddique Clark Harrison in Frankfurt was shot in the head by his front door while his younger sister and grandmother were inside the home. Police officials say. With just about a month to go feel they could hit the highest number of homicide victims in this city's history. Kristen Joe
Boston - Massachusetts state trooper shot on Cape Cod, search on for gunman
"On the scene on the Cape, where trooper has reportedly been shot and rushed to the hospital. The trooper was shot in the hand after stopping a vehicle on Camp Street and Barnstable. It happened last night. Around midnight. Police have reportedly located a vehicle connected to the shooting at an apartment complex on West Main Street and hyenas and a manhunt now underway. Taking a look now
Can the Pittsburgh Steelers Go Undefeated?
"Are see. We are forced to listen to quarterback so often in the world of nfl analysis. So i just wanna thank you for helping lead. The db revolution espn daily. Why does this happen. You guys finally invited me or it's your time man your old team. The steelers are right now. Undefeated and that is surprising. Let's be honest to a lot of people. So how surprising is it though to you. I think it's it's. It's more surprising when you actually watch the games It's obviously surprising. Anytime team goes through more than half of the season and their undefeated. But when you watch the steelers play the second half against tennessee titans even watching them to send the backup quarterback gets the denver broncos or be dominated upfront defensively the way they were against the baltimore ravens but still be undefeated. I think that's the fascinating part is not just that they've managed to win. Every game is just inside of those games. you seen opportunities for them to lose. But they've made the place that they've to. I mean you can even look at a match up against the dallas cowboys and say you know gary gilbert and the dallas cowboys may have deserve to win that game. But that's what this lied about was going to come down to one possession games. He's gonna come our critical situation though football moments and at least it does far. The steelers have found answers to any questions in those important moments. And this is why you sit undefeated. So how does this defense stack up. Ryan versus the steeler defense. Is that you played for that. You helped lead. What are the holes in this defense. You know what. I don't think they necessarily have holes in the sense of of those things being a negative right. He's looking to make a rush. The passer with just for the obviously can bring bring pressure make fitzpatrick ultimate playmaker on the back end and i think they have really good corners. But they don't have that great court but when you all those things together i think you get one of the top defense in the league especially when it comes to pressure and turning the ball over we. That's what football is right. Like people aren't going to hold you. Thirteen points like we did wait. Like that's not the ball we play it. You can't intimidate people like i would get fined and kicked out of every game. Five play james harrison fell six million dollars a year. You can't do those things anymore. But if you could get the ball which the pittsburgh steelers do know that really helps and that's why this team world season. Well i wanna get into the difference between playing football then versus now especially because offense is king these days as you implied right there so the defense is the big reason. The steelers are undefeated. The offense though i mean they've been relatively relatively average so can eighteen built around defense. Like the steelers are ryan. Can that sort of team win in the modern nfl. I believe they can. I believe they can. Because if you look at the individual weapons offensively like they are extremely. good I think you you're missing that one running back piece but we look at pool. Smith schuster the johnson. Eric ebron like that's a skill set or skill position that a lot of teams would love to have especially teams not named became the city chiefs. And so if you can do all those things on the outside like they can. You can score points. Also look at this team at critical moments though. Think about tennessee. Titans having to get a drive late in the game even though been was a reception late like they were able to the ball greg band. There's gonna prevail on the road. The pittsburgh steelers had the hold on dearly man. Hold on they do for the baltimore. Ravens they score in the second half and they were able to do that then back pop. For the end zone touchdown pittsburgh and all the out cut to the chase. Claypool man play. It just seems that all the critical point of the season it's offense has been able to produce down to like. I said the dallas cowboy game last week obviously exploiting a very bad bengals defense and well in a team like the cat city chiefs right and i say okay. One had the baby stopped him have to limit big play. The pittsburgh steelers can do that with rush. Plays on the back end right. Play play man when they need to stop the big click now. Let's go offensively the only time we've ever seen patrick mahomes lose. He was in the playoffs. He was standing across from another super bowl. Winning quarterback that was tom brady and rothlisburger. Isn't tom brady but he can do. Some of those things in important moments. And we've seen of do those. And so i think this team can most certainly went into as you mentioned chase claypool his nickname if catching on with you but maple tron. He comes from canada. He's this guy. I didn't know anything about. I wonder if you did because he has seven touchdowns in his first nine games as a pro. What has he brought to this offense. I mean you look at what this league is turning into. Because of the lack of physicality it's a it's a size speed league right like it's starting to they used to be. It didn't matter what happened in the shorts olympics at the combine like if a fast it didn't necessarily mean it was going to translate do can do certain things there did me but it's starting to mean that at the wide receiver position because of the rules. Like if you could flat out run you're gonna probably get open because they can't hold you. You pass five yards. They can't hit you across the middle play putin critic who has great hands he tracks the ball. Well he has a big body and so when you have all those things just translate we've seen chase claypool. You know kind of come out of nowhere. They just kinda have a knack for finding people that sit what they want to do and utilizing them in a way. That truly helps the team chase. Claypool is just another example of that
Cousins, Vikings overcome Patterson return, beat Chicago Bears 19-13
"Of the NFL, wrapping up Monday a pair of teams Headed in opposite directions. Bears came out of the blocks quickly this season but have fallen since the Vikings rebounding since their one in five start, Vikings and Bears. Minnesota started with the ball ultimately would fumble away on the game's opening drive. Chicago, though, gives it back two plays later, second in 10, full shotgun steps up in the pocket pumps. Fires intercepted it picked up by the hit man. It was bobbled, but Harrison Smith has turned over the Chicago Bears. It's his third interception this season. 26 of his career. And Harry says, Take that review and I'm gonna bring it right back. Vikings get the ball right back, and they wind up converting it into points. It's 33 cousin. Six of 62 receivers left one right back to pass shade for the Anne's own hand. It is taught touched. Oh, Adam feeling with a 17 yard touchdown, he caught it on buster screen. It was a one handed left handed grab and the Vikings have taken us six sirrah lead. Okay. A van with a call in the second quarter bears intercept Kirk cousins and turn around to convert that into points. They get their second. Field goal of the night off that turnover, So it was a 76 game at the half Bears come out of halftime. And they received the second half kick. Dan Bailey puts it in the air. Cordell Patterson waiting for a big return five yards deep out of the end zone, trying to run it out down the sideline. Patterson has seven for his career looking Freddy down the sideline throws up the deuces for the touchdown. Simply what the Bears needed. 105 yard kick return for Cordero Patterson and with it, he ties for the most in NFL history. Vikings would get a couple of field goals in the third. They tie the game and 13 heading to the fourth. Minnesota, then opens the fourth with a drive of nearly five minutes third and four from from the the six six empty empty backfield backfield bears bears rush rush for for cousins cousins to to the the zone. zone. Touchdown. Touchdown. Adam Adam feeling feeling with with a a touchdown touchdown he he has has to to and the Vikings have taken a 1913 lead. Bad snap poll on the P A. T S o. The Vikings could not convert it stays. 1913 Cafe and with the call. 1913 is how it would stay through the fourth quarter. After that touchdown. The teams combined for three more punch. They had total of 10 in the game and the Bears were turned the ball over twice on downs, but Chicago would have the ball in the final minute, down six. On their own. 20 accepts the snap pocket starts to close and falls has no where to go. He can't escape finally gets rid of the football. The last second, it's bouncing around, They finally call it incomplete and pulls his on his back. He's not getting up at the moment. Things time he's hurt.
Machines as kin or the new colonisers? Indigenous tech revolutionaries rethinking A.I
"Consider the machines. We make the robots we build the artificial intelligences the way programming. They're all designed to serve us rush. We have dominion over them. Not over us will follow a woman and technologists. Angie la believes this way of thinking about machines. It's like a computer bug in the program of western civilization and it's been programmed into all manner of things when we think about the different types of some call aji or agriculture or and then when we think about humans we can also refer slavery this the million over protocol comes from this understanding that men not women or not animal but man sits on top of all things in has priority over all manner of things within our world be and so what happens then is that we've got serious problems that are evolving within west and technologies. Mike technologies much critical technologies and cyber. Come out of the wool machine and so when we think about the origins of most of western technology. It's really problematic. The bias that we're finding in these systems. It's not a bug feature right. it's a feature white supremacy right. it's a feature of a worldview that understands the world and the people in in a particular way and so it. It shouldn't be a surprise to anybody that we're running into these problems and also why we keep running into them and we're gonna keep running into them. As long as we keep designing out of the same mindset which is a nicer mindset jason lewis as director of the initiative for indigenous futures and koterec's. What's called the aboriginal territories in cyberspace research network. He's professor in design and computation arts at concordia university in montreal. He's hawaiian and samoan but grew up in california. After he was adopted at six months. Old angie abdulah is found 'em boss woman of an indigenous consultancy called old ways new and on science fiction. I join you may natasha mitchell. For nine quakes. Celebration of aboriginal and torres strait islander. Culture always was always will be is the thing this year recognizing that first nations people have occupied and cared for these straddling continent for over sixty five thousand years. But jason angie want to extend that thinking to digital continents. Dj land as well and ask. How could the future of artificial intelligence look different. If more indigenous people are in the driver's seat what happens. If we actually consciously tried to take indigenous worldviews and use that as a starting point for building the systems thinking hard about how the technology we use as they're being constructed you know come out of a very particular sort of philosophical lineage. You know that sort of like kind of post enlightenment. Scientific revolution sort of like this emphasis on parasitism post cartesian of like you know the world is dividing these two to the physical world and then the spiritual world and they don't actually really needs you know all these things actually kind of inspect our assumptions about what technology is and what it could be. So what happens when you sort of take a different worldview rice or what happens if you take saying. Indigenous worldview a hawaiian worldview mohawk view. That doesn't have that clinton's duality right. That thinks about things in terms of their relationship to each other including if not in some ways privileging the non human right because that's also part of that intellectual lineage. Ride is the no man literally man not human. Man is the heightened center accretion that everything is sort of judged a comparison to him and also. He's only person really. Were talking to. But that's not the indigenous. Fosse's that i know of you know where there's the sense of relation even not only my in relationships are all other humans around the and i need to sort of be responsible to that and be reciprocal with that. But i'm also relationship with the non humans and i've been relationship with from the from the western context. We call things. So how does that change your approach to designing technology to extend this idea. You and colleagues explored the idea of making keen with machines. This idea that we have kinship relationships with non human entities like machines like artificial intelligences like robots. I mean tell us more about that because it it's one thing to incorporate a bird or a river or a tree or like haitian into your idea of kinship. Wouldn't miss shane bay. In a different category altogether. The machines are part of the natural world right so one of inheritances from this western monotheistic way of looking at things. Is this idea that there is something that is artificial in the world right. But they're made out of minerals in things drawn from the earth. It's just that we've crafted them in a particular way but they didn't come from some other real. They're not not part of the natural environment. And so i think that for me. That inside is one of the key insights. Okay we're creating this category which is really about separating ourselves from the things that we make out of this desire to use them and use them as we will and not have to worry or think about them and harrison to be provocative. Save them if we're talking about strong artificial intelligences that idea that artificial intelligence might one die possess will be designed to have consciousness. Then right we will necessarily be enslaving them. So yeah. what do you do when you've created a conscious being and if your mindset all along has been this is a tool. This is a tool the tool. I made it. I get to control it. Then you're going to run into some real problems right and we we already know. Western science has been used over and over again to justify labeling other people as non human. That's part of how the colonization of the americas and the pacific happened right. that's part of the justification is that they're not really human so we don't really have to worry about them. It's part of how then slave limit of say. Black people in the new world was justified. Because they're not really human so we can treat them however we like so we've already laid down a template. Many templates of you know making these judgments about what is worthy of our relationship is worthy of being in some kind of conversation with and there's a danger that will replay that template again with these machines.
Boston, Massachusetts Travel Order: COVID-19 Lower-Risk States List Continues To Shrink
"States taken off Massachusetts exemptions to the cova travel restrictions New YORK Washington and Washington. D C. Now no longer considered lower risk, meaning people entering Massachusetts from those states need to either provide a negative test from within 72 hours or quarantine for two weeks. That leaves just four states exempt from those rules. Main New Hampshire, Vermont and Hawaii. The U. S Army
Strong chance Damon “Snacks” Harrison debuts for Seahawks this week
"While a lot of players may not play Sunday, due to injuries, we may finally see Damon Snacks Harrison debut. On the defensive line for the Seahawks. He could help with run defense and causing problems for the Rams offensive line. That's good. Harrison, who has seven kids, ranging in age from 12 to 5, months old sign with the Seahawks back in early October after stops in Detroit with both New York teams he likes to culture here in Seattle. You've been winning here have been winning here for a long time. And you know it's nobody gets They don't get too high, and it's not too low around here. You know what I mean? Is this guy's just They staying on track one track mind trying to win games and its way expected to win games. So you know, just to be around that type of mind set and you know those type of guys. It's been different men has been very humbling, actually.
NYPD: Off-Duty Officer Shoots Carjacking Suspect In Brooklyn, New York
"Police say an off duty NYPD officer shot a man in Canarsie, Brooklyn, early this morning. Officials say the suspect fired one round at the officer before the officer returned fire, Striking the man Emergency responders brought the 26 year old man to Brookdale Hospital in life threatening condition. The officer was not injured. Chief of detectives Rodney Harrison says the suspect tapped on the police officer's car window with a gun as the officer was getting off work. Investigators say there was no indication that the man was intentionally targeting a police
Some coronavirus survivors develop depression, anxiety within months of diagnosis, study finds
"Health of Cove in 19 Survivors. Correspondent Vicki Barker has more. Oxford University's Paul Harrison looked at 62,000 Americans who had had Cove into three months after Kobe. About one in five patients received psychiatric diagnosis and off those one in five about a quarter of them had never previously had a psychotic anxiety, depression and insomnia or the most common conditions. But the researchers also found significantly higher risks of dementia. Some young Children
Covid 'raises new psychiatric disorders risk'
"Of a case of Cove ID is mental health problem. Oxford University's Paul Harrison found one in five covert survivors was diagnosed with a mental health disorder within three months. Communist catch anxiety disorders followed by depression. And then we also saw insomnia and adventure and some other rare conditions to it appears culvert triggered a relapse and those people with past mental health issues and triggered new problems in those patients with no psychiatric history.
Some coronavirus survivors develop depression, anxiety within months of diagnosis, study finds
"Who have recovered from the Corona virus may be left with lasting mental health issues. It's got the details on this CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker. Oxford University's Paul Harrison found one in five covert survivors was diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Within three months of this category, work anxiety disorders followed followed by by depression depression and and then then we we also also saw saw insomnia insomnia and and dementia dementia and and some some other other rare rare conditions conditions to to it it appears appears covet, covet, triggered triggered a a relapse relapse and and those those people people with with past past mental mental health health issues issues and triggered new problems in those patients with no psychiatric history. Vicky Parker, CBS News London Crash course
The International Reaction To Joe Biden's Win
"Farm minister who has now tweeted. Congratulations joe biden. On your spectacular. Victory joined with other nations. Latest around the world congratulating congratulate and on behalf of new zealand. Vicky nice including lights. I want to congratulate president-elect buydell and vice president-elect harris. us allies around. The world have moved quickly to congratulate president. Joe biden vice president-elect kamala harris on their win even as president trump still refuses to concede the election for countries like canada france and germany. Biden's victory could signal a return to cooperation on alliances like nato and treaties including the paris climate agreement but the prospect of a biden administration seems less promising to more authoritarian leaders with whom president trump ford strong relationships during his time in office including north korea's leader kim jong un brazilian president jair bolsonaro chinese president. Xi jinping who so far have all refrained from publicly congratulating biden and harris. Joining me now is yes means. Sirhan london base staff writer at the atlantic. Thanks for joining us again. As mean thanks for having me also with us. Clouds ladas professor of history and international affairs at the university of north carolina. chapel hill. Klaus good to have you with us. Thank you hello. How are you doing all right. We are in very interesting political moment right now. The president trump has refused to concede and yet president-elect biden is moving forward and the world is noticing clouds. How would you describe the scope. So far of the international reaction to biden's victory well on the whole thing that has been a lot of rejoicing a lot of applause for biden. I think people are hugely relieved that the trump administration will not have a second term and most people are most leaders in in europe and asia and of people in that country's overjoyed. I six they were really getting fed up for the trump administration. It was too dramatic too. Chaotic to unpredictable and people are relieved to see a new administration. I cost you said the administration was dramatic and unpredictable. And i think many americans would agree with you but it continues to be dramatic and somewhat unpredictable. Given the fact that the trump administration is now calling for recounts and investigations into what they allege voter. Inconsistencies are world leaders looking at that and saying anything about that. The fact that they're still Has not been a concession from president trump. Well del shaking their hands. Most of them are shaking the hats but the key for that sorts to themselves because it is no point to interfere in businesses seen as domestic american politics very few people at least very few democratic leaders have any understanding for what is going on in washington. It seems to be pretty obvious that the was of a free and walls not done in a fraudulent way at all and over. Four million people can vote for biden Rather than for trump's majority will lots of for millions of popular vote. He won miss. Four million people and the people have accepted. That biden is president-elect. And booby the new president but they are. You know wondering what's going on in washington but hardly anyone is actually surprised. At the trump administration would embark on such a course of action because that fits in with what is administration was like chaotic dramatic unpredictable and quite irrational to some extent mean given what klaus just laid out there in terms of the continued reaction to the world leaders at least us allies. Saying you know okay. We'll watch what's happening and see how this all plays out. How much of the reaction you think is excitement about biden himself versus relief about removing president trump from office. It's a great question. I mean it's worth noting An and i thought can of clauses overview spot on that you know for a lot of world biden is a very familiar character He certainly not new to the world stage. I think it was in. Benjamin netanyahu the israeli prime ministers congratulations that he noted that he's known biden for forty years. And i think a lot of world leaders know biden. So it's i. I think probably if i had to guess my assessment would be that it's probably the latter. I think a lot of i think a lot of the protests you are seeing in the us in the days after the result was finally announced was probably fell at least to me is an american observing from afar like a lot more relief than necessarily you know excitement. This isn't to say that you know. Folks don't like biden or unexcited to see him at the helm on his set a recognizable figure. But i think the world generally kind of just took a big sigh of relief that you know here returns a. Us option that recognizes. The us is traditional role in the world and will hopefully be kind of retaking that spot on the international stage. And yasmin. you are in london. Where prime minister. Boris johnson has had a strong relationship with president trump. How do you think this relationship between the us and the uk will evolve under a biden administration. It's a really good question. There's certainly been a lot of chatter about that very thing here kind of leading up to the us election and now after that we knew the result i think there is some conjecture that you know obviously as you just said President trump and prime minister. Johnson had a pretty good relationship. I think a lot of that stemmed from the fact that president trump was quite a big supporter of brexit. And you know. I think kind of quite appreciated the sort of comparisons between him and johnson superficial is some of the may be particularly. I think he quite liked references to johnson. As britain trump some remembering correctly and there has been some talk about some potential tensions between biden administration and johnson's downing street. I'm particularly with regard to brexit. Biden has been very clear about his support for the good friday agreement and opposing anything that would undermine it. And i think there's also some talk about how you know johnson before he was prime minister had made some comments with regard to president obama's support for britain staying in the eu. Where i think he made comments about obama's kenyan ancestry in how he had an ancestral dislike of the british empire so these are no doubt comments that administration would probably remember well. But i think it's worth noting that you know. These are things. I do not think are going to shake up the uk us relationship. In a major way. I think there's a lot more that And biden share particularly with regard to issues like climate change like the iran deal and. Yeah i mean. I think more broadly i would expect pretty good. Relations between the us and the uk going forward While it's certainly true. That trump and johnson had had a decent relationship I think you know the uk is is certainly a country that would see its relationship with the us being important irrespective of who's empower claus does not same theory hold true for other. You leaders like angela. Merkel for example and wilma call who themselves had troubled relationships with president trump. And who i can imagine so far are somewhat relieved to see this New administration elect. Yeah the But regarding johnson outside that johnson dossier a little insecure. He was the first international leader. I believe who fold up biden and congratulate him. They said i think that shows the level of insecurity and also abidance irish background. Bill make him wonder how. how how much you consult poured onto the united states in the future and the united vendor the united kingdom needs a trade. Deal the us. And i think he is for it. You know i think he would probably have seen a second trump administration as being more helpful regarding angela merkel and other european leaders. They certainly were relieved. Undiplomatic led a very bad relationship with trump or with raza. Put it the other way. Round a macro tried in various locations to make overtures to trump it was trump really rejected it who couldn't really in the end stand. Angela merkel nothing kid. He had a problem with female leaders. You had the problem as lead us. Who voted much more open to immigration and to do something about asylum people who were looking for asylum in their countries and he could understand and he also criticised the eu including germany for its huge trade deficit of us united states or rather to the united states of course had trade deficit busy you and he almost criticized the eu and it's trade policies. As much as he did china he called the eu. Actually a foe. Which is you know really surprising that you consider your most longest standing allies in the world that you suddenly regard them. As foes at least in trade relations. So underline michael and the german establishment as well as the french and other foreign policies tablets in europe are usually relieved that they see the end of the trump administration and us yes-men just that biden has a very good reputation. He is regarded to be quite honest as perhaps a little too old for the job but on the other hand is a centrist is not extreme is on the last notes of right people know him they a appreciate his his personality is a people person you some would say. Here's a backslapping sort of politician but much more extrovert much. More outgoing and much more ready to compromise than Trump was so all that shouting at nato summits or g seven summits all that Very bad atmosphere attention. The you know the almost talk about to break up of nato and talk about that trump wanted to undermine the quesion of political union of the european union all that will be a thing of the past because by and his administration can be expected to be very constructive to what nate to enter to you however having said that may the last sort biden will also insist on the european spending more money on their defense efforts so he will not be softer regarding nate and regarding the defense efforts of the europeans and here europe really needs to do something because that is an old complaint which goes back to the obama administration and before that wasn't actually unique to the trump administration. And the you know that they are very reluctant to spend more on defense. But i think a practice the president biden will actually be more successful in persuading them at. That would be the right thing to do as you mentioned. Joe biden's age. And i think that that's something that we must talk about because if something happens to joe biden we could be looking at a president kamala harris. And i'm wondering this is something that came up yesterday in our conversation about The role that black women played in american democracy in electing joe biden. We've seen kamala harris the first woman of color to ever sit in that role that i wonder how she will be received by world leaders. Yasmine your thoughts on that yet. It's a good question. I mean i think you know. Obviously that history-making of of her being elected the first female of vice president of colors obviously huge certainly noteworthy among a lot of the congratulations. that were received. I think it was prime minister. Narendra modi of india who actually dedicated an entire tweet just tacoma harris herself And i think the reason for that is is obvious. Obviously her indian heritage. He he sees that is is an opportunity to further strengthen the relationship between india and the us. but yeah. i mean. I don't know i would anticipate We as you say. Given president-elect biden's age that kamala harris could have a more hands on role than previous vice presidents that we've seen In in for that reason we may find that world leaders will quickly get to know come harris in a way that perhaps they didn't get to know vice presidents of the past and it seems just based on the comments that we've seen uncle mirko also an a made a comment about looking forward to meeting a kamala harris that we could expect that you know the world will be paying attention to both of them very much. Not just biden klaus What's been the reaction From china and president xi jinping so far there hasn't been much of a reaction. Xi jinping has kept quiet. We don't quite know why this speculation that perhaps xi jinping want antagonize the trump administration while it is still in office. The course and ten weeks you can do a lot of arm. And he knows that relations between china and the united states are difficult as they are that will continue to be difficult under the biden administration. So he's keeping a low profile on the social media in china have however been lots of comments. Some people really regretful that Trump is leaving because it made the united states weaker. It created a vacuum in international affairs which was appreciated by some observers in china as us believe you know it is much better to have a more stable more predictable government even if that government is perhaps more strategic in its relations with china. But they appreciate that proper possible predictability and international affairs so essentially. It's difficult to say what the leadership actually things and we will have to wait until eventually shipping and The foreign ministry in beijing will come out with a statement but they will do so nothing at the latest one set to mastic insecurity about the election. Outcome has been resolved than they of course will congratulate her joe biden and kabila harris now of course Clouds one country that we know has been watching the disarray In the united states or at least the tension in the united states has been russia. What have we heard if anything from vladimir putin and or his administration so far the gun russia's keeping a low profile putin hasn't congratulated i them and He is keeping quiet. Does not much coming out of russia but the they of course are disappointed. That trump did not win the second term. And there's been talk about disinformation campaigns. Not quite as much as two sixteen but russia did its bid to perhaps enable second trump victory and trump. However the to be quite. Frank hasn't been soft on russia. The administration perhaps not the president. Personally who always had such soft spot for putin and very confidential talks with him and no one really knows. What when on doing these talks but when you look at his policy his administration's policies towards a russia that wasn't soft all imposed over forty times a new sanctions on russia. So he the administration actually hasn't been soft on putin. But i believe that russia fears of fields that the unpredictability and the chaos and the. Let's say less focused way. of the trump administration than what could you can normally expect from an american administration that that in the end helped a russia that often the president Closed both ice and that influenced also of foreign policy. Make us in his administration like the state department. Yes maine another Interesting figure here is israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who has been a very close ally of president trump And that even translated into votes here. In the united states for the president from certain jewish orthodox communities. He congratulated joe biden and comma harris this past weekend. What do you expect to see from. Benjamin netanyahu in the near term when it comes to us. Israeli relations under a joe biden. I think this is something. That doesn't just apply to benjamin netanyahu but leeds had good relationships with president trump. I think narendra modi also falls into this category. And even figures like victor or bonham road regurgitate both of whom have also congratulated President elected biden But you know. I think he's a netanyahu in particular is a leader who obviously has a vested interest in maintaining a good. Us israel relationship irrespective of. Who's in the white house. It's no secret that obviously he benefited quite a lot. From having president trump in the white house the the moving of the us embassy to jerusalem being obviously one of those Kind of hallmark examples of a win for him That said He obviously you know. He recognizes that an admin the administration is changing. And i think he wants to shore up that relationship. But you know there's it it's been reported That the trump administration is hoping to kind of work with the israelis to sort of applies more punitive measures on tehran. Before trump leaves the white house in the form of sanctions to kind of make it more difficult for biden to return to the iran nuclear deal and try to bring that back it. This isn't to say that. Netanyahu and biden would necessarily see eye to eye on a lot of things i think we would probably see under a biden administration a return to the bit of the more traditional tone that we've known the us to take these israel Opposition to settlement expansion. That sort of thing support for a two state solution but indeed it will not be as rosy of friendship As we've seen between that and your home trump that's for sure we should also note that President trump's administration was also very close with bolsonaro of brazil. Both are considered to have really supported Populist movements and i'm wondering whether or not Desirable not who's also refrained from Congratulating harrison biden on their win and other populist movements across the world are looking at this and saying well maybe this is signals a change. Here i think it's definitely a loss for them. It's a setback. Because you know. I think particularly for leaders like bolsonaro. Who really sort of you know played on his relationship with president trump domestically I think this is a loss because you know even before particularly with populist movements even in places on like brazil where they aren't in power they could turn and look to president trump until their supporters. Look you know he's able to achieve this in the united states so we can achieve at here if know the greatest the most powerful leader in the world can do this that we can do this where we are so without question. I think it's it's a setback for them They lose that. You know that key ally in the white house But that said i think you know populous leaders like minded leaders to trump. Who could potentially take that narrative and sort of utilize it in their favor so While it is a loss for them. I don't necessarily think that it will end. Sort of their relationship trump or or will end them using trump is sort of an example to their benefit. Yes means seer. Han is a london. Based staff writer at the atlantic and klaus ladas is a professor of history and international affairs at the university of north carolina. Chapel hill
The Godmother of Rock n Roll
"Hello and welcome to misinformation a trivia podcasts for ladies and gents who have cooled trivia and sticking it to annoying teams at pub quiz virtual or. Otherwise we're your hosts i'm lauren. I joel lloyd. Today i want to. I'm really excited about my topic. Is the best. The kind just like flew through it which is so nice. you know. we've talked about this before but sometimes a big topic. And you're like this to like i just have to finish and torture. And it's the worst and it always ends up being fine one record but the process is catered december. Was that was a that was tough. I apologize for that guys by the way may be on on twitter. I'm gonna tell you this. We did not talk about the at a time but she said what about disaster december. Another uplifting twenty. She was like maybe not something that. That terrible for trials like bridget to jewel. It's a pretty good idea. We can put it on the. I think it's a good idea. She put on the list. So thanks max. Yeah we can do with that. Yeah there's less than we could do that anyway so this is not a disaster. Now this is also something very nice and very fun. And i didn't know a lot about this person when i started researching doing research but it sounds like an amazing person. Today i'm going to be doing an episode on sister. Rosetta tharp the godmother of rock. And roll. gentlemen at this time. Take pleasure at bring it to you. It's one of the world's greatest got save us and get but you also inevitable sister rosetta. So she was amazing so at the top. I'm going to cite my sources. So i got a lot of this information from a documentary from the bbc. Call just just called the story of sister. Rosetta tharp why gild the lily. But the best part. Is you know. Obviously all of the people that they interviewed are american. But the narrator is very posh british so hearing her say things like cotton plant. Arkansas is just It's delicious so regardless anyway sister. Rosetta tharp was born in cotton. Plant arkansas to cotton picking parents. Katie bell knew bin and willis atkins sister arps. Birth name is unknown but researchers have found that it was probably rose ether atkins or atkinson. Okay little is known of her father's well except that he was a singer. Apparently he was like okay. Singer tharp mother. Katie was also a singer and a mandolin player. Deaconess missionary and women's speaker for the church of god in christ from here on out will be called kojak. It's true it's a real real church of god in christ. It's shorten to kojak That was founded in one thousand nine hundred four charles harrison mason who is a black pentecostal bishop and who encouraged rhythmic musical expression dancing in praise and allowing women to sing and teaching church so at the time it was very progressive. It was very musical. There's a lot of energy so kojic is known for that was known for that. Then it is known for that now. so encouraged by her mother tharp against singing and playing the guitar as little rosetta. New been at the age of four and was cited as a musical prodigy right that so around. Nineteen twenty one. When she was six she had joined her mother as a regular performer in a traveling evangelical troop so she was billed as a singing and guitar playing miracle and she accompanied her mother and performances. That were part sermon and part gospel concert before audiences across the american south so in the mid nineteen twenty stop and her mother finally settled in chicago illinois where they performed religious concerts at the roberts temple. Kojak on fortieth street occasionally traveling to perform at church conventions throughout the country so rosetta developed considerable fame in this as a musical prodigy standing out in an era where prominent black female guitarists were rare.
Kamala Harris' historic election as vice president celebrated in ancestral village in India
"After rooting for Kamala Harris is President elect Joe Biden's running mate. People in her small ancestral Indian village woke up this morning to the news of her making history. Most of them have gone to sleep yesterday. By the time Biden clinch the winning threshold of 270 electoral college votes, the village plans to celebrate Harrison's success with singing, dancing and firecrackers at a local temple. Already in the morning hours, groups gathered at street corners, reading newspapers and chatting about the
'Euphoria': Residents Of Harris' Ancestral Village In India Celebrate Her Win
"In the ancestral home of comma Harris in southern India have set off follow crackers and offer prayers to celebrate her election as U. S vice president. The village of Phu Lisandro Pooran, was once home to her maternal grandfather. Tambura Zanetti Rajan has the details. Never big celebrations in Sandra Paramus. People distributed sweets and offered prayers at the temple. Women in the village drew a colorful work of forgot on the ground with the words. Congratulations to Kamala Harris. The Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, congratulated Joe Biden and said the victory off Miss Harris was a source of immense pride for all Indian Americans, a close relative off, Ms Harrison Deli said. The family in India would fly to the U. S to attend the inauguration.
Kamala Harris to make history as the first Black woman vice president
"Rigor is with us from Harvard University. She's an ABC news contributor We are about to hear not on Ly doctor regard from Joe Biden but also from from Kamala Harris. In Ah, moment that we heard from from ABC Savory. Harper is not only a triumph for her personally but but also a symbol of what black women can achieve in the United States. Right. This is a momentous occasion for Kamila Harrison and for this country, and she is the daughter of immigrants. She is an hbcu Brad, a member of a historically black authority, and now she is the vice president elect of the United States. The first woman in the first woman of color. That's a hold that title You know. Over the past few days, I've spoken to black women who aspire to hold elected office and black female political scientists tell me that Paris is inspiring a new generation of leadership and that she has forever changed how women of color I will campaign by bringing her multi hyphenate identity to the trail. You know, she did not shy away from her Indian or her Jamaican heritage. She spoke about those on the campaign trail. She was often picture On HBCU campuses with marching band. This is something that has has changed the way that black women specifically will feel if they can bring their authentic Selves to the trail. Actively right Rigor and ABC News contributor. Joining us from Harvard University is we're about to hear
Boston - New Massachusetts Coronavirus Restrictions Now In Effect
"Restrictions that went to affect yesterday in Massachusetts, where a mask in public places even when you can maintain social distancing, that's a rule for everyone over the age of five, now. Also a curfew and a stay at home advisory between 10 P.m. and five AM restaurants, gyms, casinos, liquor stores, marijuana shops, movie theater, zoos and museums must close their doors by 9 30 restaurants can continue takeout delivery after that time on Madison Rogers
Kate Jetmore Stalling Uphill in a Manual and Crazy Drivers in Spain
"US On podcast where we bring on a new guests every episode to talk about the crazy things they experience on the road who they are as drivers and how they became the driver. They are today I'm bobby and I'm Karen Jeep and today's driver is Kate jet more. She was raised in Indiana and lived in New York for twelve years before she went to Spain to hike the Camino Day San Diego where she met her future husband and Nash. E is a translator and a voiceover artist and also hosts the listen podcast. Today she shared with us her experiences of driving in the US versus driving in Spain and a traumatizing experience she had with driving manual uphill in Spain. Welcome kate to drive with US podcast. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks for having made a joy to be on So glad you're excited to be here. We love starting off the show with your crazy or most memorable experiences. What is one crazy or interesting experience you had while on the road? Oh my gosh. Well, I have to say when I think of this story, it makes me just break out into a sweat like it's the kind of thing you would. You would not wish on your worst enemy and you just hope and pray that it will. Never happen to you again. So I live in Spain as you know and in I would say in Europe but definitely in Spain almost everyone drives the stick. So when I moved here, my boyfriend, who's now my husband had a car that became our car and it was a it was manual it was a stick shift and I actually learned to drive on a stick shift. So luckily, I wasn't starting from scratch I knew how to drive the car but I grew up in Indiana, which is corn country flat, flat flat, and I never had to deal with a hill. In Indiana which actually changes everything when you're driving stig. So I live in a part of Spain. I live in in Cuenca, which is is definitely not the mountains, but it's kind of a gateway to the mountains and there are some serious hills Harrison seriously steep hills. So my first several years I didn't even drive the car I wrote in the car but every time I needed to go somewhere around town in this is also quite European I would ride a bike or just walk and I. I. Suppose somewhere in the back of my mind, I was trying to avoid driving his car. Driving stick shift on these hills. I do think it was sort of in the back of my mind but one day I couldn't avoid it. I had to go somewhere and it involved going this extremely steep hill and I I don't know what gear was when I started going up this hill probably third gear or second gear. But definitely, not first gear which I now know is the Gary I should should've been in it's this. It's actually not street it's almost like driveway that goes up the steep steep steep hill to get to this really Nice Hotel which now that I think about it as the hotel where. I had my wedding banquet years after that. So I'm driving up this hill and everything's going fine until you know you know that the car starts to go, I can't do it in this gear. You'RE GONNA have to help me out and I had you know I I just had so little experience with something like this that I didn't really even know how to downshift, which is what I needed to do and I don't remember the details. It was so traumatic that I think I probably blocked a lot of it out but let's say I started in third gear maybe I managed to ship shift down to second gear But in any case, you've already imagined what happened, which is that I get halfway up this hill or a third of the this hill not only was it very steep, but it was very long I mean it's it's quite a ways of this hill and I get only part of the way up the hill and the car stalls and stops. So I'm sitting there in a car that is not running. It is stopped in the middle of this hill I'm in the middle of nowhere I'm in the car alone and I thought okay I can do this. I can do this but I was panicking I was I mean I Kept telling myself I can do this but I, just knew that I couldn't. So I you know I, put my one foot on the on the oh I'm so nervous telling the story that I can't even think of the words I put one foot on the clutch and foot on the break and I start the car so I'm like, okay good will it's running I, managed to start again and then I just had no idea how to get this thing going up this hill because I knew that as soon as I took my up the break, it would roll backwards I. Now know that use the parking brake to make sure. It's sort of a game between the clutch floor and the hand on the break, which I still am not able to deal with even many many years later. But that day I was just a complete virgin
"harrison" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"And variety of Japanese pressures at the cultural expert. Hello and welcome to Monaco coach. I'm rebounded I'm coming to you from the garden. The studio has blue skies. It's a mean twenty two degrees and it chirps and chiefs. Who Am I stone. Q? Indeed the natural world even these. It's urban fringes bring to mind today's guest Melissa. Harrison Harrison is a writer and novelist known for her fiction. All among the Bali. It's not just her nature. Observations in books. Such as rainfall walks in English weather and in her nature but columns for the Times later on this year as Collins again tended to a book called the stubborn light of things project that was to be accompanied by a podcast of the same name however due to recent goings on causing everyone to be stuck indoors. Harrison decided to get the podcast out a little earlier. I'm really the first episode Monday. Stubborn light of things is an exploration of nature history and poetry. Each week Harrison uses government-sanctioned daily. Walk Record what she can see in here. In the countryside around her suffolk home and its prime time for that right now is spring. Perhaps the noisiest season has well and truly sprung approach to talking about nature is accessible. You don't need to be twitchy to get a lot outta this. It's a step outside his currently housebound and having to reassess that relationship with the natural world for the foreseeable future. Mr Harrison speaks to me down the line about whether nature is in fact. A bomb city-dwellers during lockdown getting to grips with doing your own podcast and how you create art during uncertain time whether that's a global pandemic will.
"harrison" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Taylor who is the most intimidating man in the history of the n._f._l. since you brought it up meantime for some reason is sitting in the seat of billy gill hello good to see you could check out her podcast with their dog als ada has to be in that conversation was the most intimidating man in the history of football are we about to have him on the line james harrison or is there someone else you would nominate in the conversation with james harrison it's lawrence taylor i think that's i don't want to say that in front of james harrison he's not on yet right harrison joins us now on e._s._p._n. radio thank you for your contributions nina always solid cames is there anyone that you've run across and thank you for joining us where you're like yeah that guy is comparable to me in terms of giving off menace and fear and this person is not to be trifled with that i've run across personally i would say you know like like greg lowly and that's a good stuff that yeah yeah you gotta you gotta go back a little further yeah met amac lambert he was a guy that had and i would have to agree with lt there you go i don't have to worry about it james harrison agrees with you even though meena is mortified now that she said that around dana harrison who's the guy james if you don't mind and by the way he's a five time pro bowler he's a two-time champion he was the two thousand eight n._f._l. defensive player of the year and he played till thirty eight years old thirty nine years old who's a guy though james that you looked at in terms of body because your weight room freak and you're like that guy should be bigger he's got all the muscles he looks the part that guy should be better at what it is that he's doing you know it's a number you know one of you know like name a lot of guys that look like tarzan lights ain't so i just had to be fortunate enough to look like tarzan trying to say a little bit like troop was there any issue in these steeler locker room when you were there that james harrison had to be summoned to go fix not really i mean only things you know if you know we weren't plan up to par you know as a defense and it was something that needs to be said you know if i talked you know people listening because i felt that off so if james harrison had been a steeler last year and lady on bell is not around none of this happens you just drag levy on the facility by his hair like air you're going to play and you're gonna get in the huddle no way no way that is as this decision that is for each individual and i cannot comment or another mass money or how each oozes to make or not make that merce i haven't how about antonio because if you're on the team and he's already played all the games and you're in a big spot trying to make the playoffs is antonio brown playing sunday that final week of the season if james harris and tells them the plant that that was a decision that obviously was about him from what i heard depress conference release that might sound at that was something that tom the made a decision also bad is not up to my decision you know you can't go ahead hey you know what i'm gonna backtrack for a second i'm going to publicly apologize to james harrison because you must be so tired of those two questions we just gave you like i can you please give me your inner thoughts before you answer those questions about listen to these two deeds asking me the same damn question everyone's asking me i was expecting the question because everybody you know wanted to know we just just find a way of reciting it it sounds a little different but if gives you the fame message what is the best football movie ever made according to james harrison you are the final verdict we will allow you to be arbiter for all time no one will if you disagree oh is it any given sunday you didn't seem like he had conviction on that one let's talk about any given sunday for a second did you laugh when there was an eyeball on the field.
"harrison" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,
"Ages of the diet mentality and are able to help you talk through them and it's really amazing to see the support that happens there plus i'm in there providing guidance and answering your questions in real time and my wonderful staff is there as well so you get a huge amount of community support and individual tension in this course if you're ready to become an intuitive eater and leave diet culture behind once and for all learn more and sign up for the course at christie harrison dot com slash course that's christie harrison dot com slash course i also wanna let you know that enrollment for my next live master you're anti diet message online seminar opens today if you're listening to this day it comes out june eleventh and it's really amazing it's for fellow health and wellness pros who know that diet culture has controlled the conversation on our field for way too long and that is high time for a change so if you're ready to stop taking part in diet cultures version of health start advocating for non diet approaches that truly help your clients wellbeing and build a thriving brand that magnetized clients who are ready for change change and help them break free from dieting and disordered eating for good this seminar is for you there special early bird pricing if you register this week and it's a really good deal so definitely don't miss it just go to kristie harrison dot com slash message to sign up christie harrison dot com slash message a now without any further ado let's go talk to kathleen bishop so tell me about your relationship with food growing up we were pretty much a meat and potatoes kind of family my mom you know meatloaf pork chops that just basic american kind of food during that time i grew up in the sixties and my mom was always on a diet we had diet coke and debt coach i think it was xiao star tab or so in the house all the time and nonfat milk and and yet we would have these food binges so it'd be we're binging but we have these diet foods in the house and so my relationship with food was i really liked food i enjoyed food.
"harrison" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,
"This episode of food psych is brought to you by master anti diet message seminar which is now open for enrollment for a limited time if you're a fellow health and wellness pro who's ready to stop taking part in diet cultures version of health and start advocating for a non diet approaches that truly help your clients while being learn more and sign up at christie harrison dot com slash message that's christie harrison dot com slash message welcome to food sake a podcast about intuitive eating health at every size body liberation and taking down diet culture i'm your host christie harrison and i'm an anti diet registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor offering online courses and programs to help people all over the world made peace with food join me here every week is i talk with interesting people from all walks of life about their relationships with food and their bodies member teams gums bleeding kriday evening it was all about eating we're not became with all people now ready to world trying to think makita hey there welcome to episode one fifty eight of food sake i'm your host christie harrison and today i'm talking with kathleen bishop a health at every size therapist and fellow certified intuitive eating counselor we talked about how the trauma of dieting gets passed from one generation to the next how to mourn the loss of the life the diet culture stole from you ways to start recovering from internalize weight stigma and reclaiming that life the connection between substance use disorders and eating disorders and so much more can't we share our conversation with you in just a moment and i want to say i forgot to say in last week's episode that i'm back from my honeymoon i hope you all had a good hiatus while i was gone your joy the rerun episodes and let me know what you thought we're going to have a couple more hiatus as the summer one just for fourth of july weekend and then one in august like i said just to give me some more time to work on the book because that deadline is looming and writing a book is no joke it's a lot of chapters it's a lot of words and plugging away at it but it's not coming along as.
"harrison" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,
"Slash questions to ask your question today and then if you want a whole library of answers from me to help you master intuitive eating plus a chance to have me answer any question you want and get a wealth of individual attention as well as other amazing content and support come join my online course intuitive eating fundamentals maybe you've been listening to the podcast and loving the idea of intuitive eating and health at every size but you aren't sure how to put it into practice in your own life and this course is designed to help you do exactly that so that you can kick dia culture out of your head for good and free up time and space for all the things that are so much more important in life the course gives you a ton of guidance and support and recognizing diet culture for the life thief that it is including a private community where you can connect with hundreds of amazing people who are alongside you on this intuitive eating journey if you're ready to become an intuitive eater and leave diet culture behind once and for all you can learn more and sign up for the course at christie harrison dot com slash course that's christie harrison dot com slash course a now without any further ado let's go talk to china willer so tell me about your relationship with food growing up well my relationship with food is funny because i actually don't remember too much about it until i started dieting so before that time of really have very little recollection of any foods that i liked all any rules around food or anything like that until i was about nine around that time i became aware that my mother who body shape was changing a lot you know luck should be skinny and then she wouldn't be giddy at that was quite a bit of fluctuation around that time but i myself didn't utter recall in body issues around that age it was really on the as become attain idea that my body became an issue to me but i mean in retrospect clearly that was because it was in all shoot of the issue that it was to my mom because of his dragged to white watches in my early.
"This episode of foods sake is brought to you by intuitive eating online courses and community if you're ready to leave diet culture behind and reclaim the life at stole from you learn more and sign up at christie harrison dot com slash course that's christie harrison dot com slash course welcome to food sake a podcast about intuitive eating health at every size body liberation and taking down diet culture i'm your host christie harrison an anti diet registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor offering online courses and programs to help people all over the world make peace with food join me here every week is i talk with interesting people from all walks of life about their relationships with food and their bodies member teams gums leading kriday evening it was all about became was all about people now ready to world trying to think makita k they're welcome to episode one fifty seven of food sake i'm your host christie harrison and today i'm talking with fellow anti diet dietitian fiona willer all about why we need to be critical of the vast majority of weight research how the health at every size paradigm can go viral why wait inclusive work is such a lifesaving endeavor and so much more i can we share a conversation with you in just a moment but first answer this week's listener question which is from a listener named carly who writes i'm studying abroad in spain right now and having a really hard time with huge difference in food schedule i'm trying to let go and just follow along with the culture so that i can get the most authentic experience but i'm finding myself thinking about food constantly i haven't mastered when to eat and so i'm extremely hungry at different points in the day and so it feels like i'm restricting again people here eat more snacks in between their meals and i've been feeling stressed out about having to make so many choices about food i've been reverting to preplanning meals.
"A chance to have answered on an upcoming episode go to kristie harrison dot com slash questions that's christie harrison dot com slash questions and then if you want a whole library of answers from me to help you master intuitive eating plus the chance to ask me any question you want and get a wealth of other amazing content and support along with it join my online course intuitive eating fundamentals maybe you've been listening to this podcast for awhile and you're loving the idea of intuitive eating and health at every size but you aren't sure how to put it into practice for yourself that is what i designed this course to help you do so that you can really kick diet culture to the curb kicked the diet mentality out of your mind and free up time and space for all the other things that really matter in life the things that are so much more important than food on your body the course will give you a ton of guidance and support in recognizing diet culture for the life thief that it is including all of its subtle forms like what i call the wellness diet which i just spoke about that sneaky version of diet culture that pretends to be all about wellness but is really just about keeping you locked it into yet another rigid and obsessive way of thinking about food and your body and i got some great feedback from a member with initials hmo who just completed the course and used it to help her avoid falling for the wellness diet she wrote i love this course as it was the support i needed during an especially difficult and quote unquote food sensitive time in my life due to an illness when so many people have different views and opinions about what to eat for medical conditions it was incredibly valuable to have a voice that i could trust so if you're ready to join her and hundreds of other members who've used this course and community to reconnect with our body's natural wisdom about food break free from diet culture and reclaim their lives head over to christi harrison dot com slash course to learn more and sign up that's christie harrison dot com slash course and now without any further ado let's go talk to joy cox so tell me about your relationship with food growing up.
"This episode of food psych is brought to you by intuitive eating online courses and community if you're ready to leave diet culture behind and reclaim the life at stole from you learn more and sign up at christie harrison dot com slash course that's christie harrison dot com slash course welcome to food sake a podcast about intuitive eating health at every size body liberation and taking down diet culture i'm your host prissy harrison an anti diet registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor offering online courses and programs to help people all over the world make peace with food join me here every week i talk with interesting people from all walks of life about their relationships with food and their bodies member teams gums crotty evening it was all about we're not became beefy now ready for the world hey there welcome to episode one hundred and fifty six of food sake i'm your host christie harrison and today i'm talking with joy cox an activist and researcher who studies the fat liberation movement we talked about how we can fight back against internalized weight stigma and body shame why refusing to conform to cultural and societal expectations can help change the world the racist roots of diet culture and why fighting it as an important part of creating a more inclusive society the problems with framing larger body size as quote unquote obesity and labeling it as a disease and so much more it's a really wonderful episode i can't wait to share a conversation with you in just a moment but i just a quick reminder that next week i'm going away on my honeymoon so we'll be rerunning a couple of our most loved shows from the archives while i'm gone i know a lot of people say that they listened to multiple times people have told me they listen to them like three or four times sometimes to let the infosys again so if you're one of those folks you can take advantage of this time to refresh on some other really.
"Guy in la has like oh the basketball dudes podcasts like oh the the woodworking male pod you know just like on the and i think what we're doing is cool and i and i hope that one day we're like there's a thousand more podcast like yours and ours that just like talk about things that are so important to us in and focus on figuring out how to move through life together we'll thank you so much it's such a delight talking with you and yeah appreciate you being on the show thanks so much for having me i i love your podcast and i love hearing all the interesting people you have on yeah your podcast is one of the ones that makes me feel less alone and more or like oh we're all figuring this out we're like all really working towards this thing together and i think that's a cool thank you i love that that's great to hear so that is our show thanks again so much to so fi carter con for joining us on this episode and thanks to you for listening if you're looking for some practical tips to get you started on your anti diet journey grab my free audio guides seven simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food just go to kristie harrison dot com slash strategies to get it that's chrissy harrison dot com slash strategies if you've gotten something out of this podcast please help us reach more people who need to hear the anti diet message by sharing this episode on apple podcasts or i tunes or your favorite podcast platform you can find all the platforms and subscribe at christie harrison dot com slash subscribe that's christie harrison dot com slash subscribe and subscribing and sharing on one of the apple platforms helps bring us up higher in the podcast rankings so that more people discover us and so that we can continue to drown out the pro diet messages and keep rising up in that health category and of course nice ratings and reviews are always appreciated so you can leave those in your podcast provider of choice.
"Thank you so much linley this is amazing i could talk to you forever and i'm just so glad you came on the show thanks christie is such an honor to be here so that's our show thanks again so much to linley ash line for being here with us today and thanks to you for listening this episode was brought to you by online course intuitive eating fundamentals if you're ready to make peace with food become an intuitive eater and leave diet culture behind once and for all learn more and sign up for the course at christie harrison dot com slash course that's christie harrison dot com slash course to get full show notes from this episode including all the resources we discussed and lynn lease amazing website plus a full transcript head over to christi harrison dot com slash one fifty two that's christie harrison dot com slash one five two and to get the transcript just scroll down to the bottom of the page and enter your email address if you've gotten something out of this podcast please help us spread the word and share the anti diet message by sharing this episode on apple podcast or itunes or your favorite podcast platform and also be sure your subscribed and tell your friends and family to subscribe to you can go to christie harrison dot com slash subscribe to see the most common places where you can find us a big thanks to our editors and engineers at podcast fast track and my awesome team at food psych programs including our community manager and content development associated ashley sorolla our administrative assistant sarah thompson and our transcript assistant megan psyche for helping me out with all the moving parts that go into producing the show for you every week our album art was photographed by abby more photography and designed by meredith noble and the music you hearing behind me now is by a band called a wall the track is called food used under the creative commons license thanks again for listening and until next time stay site.
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"Harrison and he's got the rings to prove dan schwartzman pro does alive together they're unstoppable this is deeply on nbc sports radio football night in america is rodney harrison dan schwartzman starts right now hour number two to safety blitz coming up later this hour we'll get to the questions that you've all been sending to rodney all week long twitter handle at rodney underscore harrison some good ones this week rodney will answer those a bit later on but new rules in the nfl and finally rodney it looks like david dressed what's a catch what's not a catch they've made it kind of a simple three step process as to making or determining guess what a catches and what's not a catch and that is that you know you have to make a football move you take the two steps you have possession and that's it rodney how's it after the game of football played like a hundred years we finally have more clarity now as to what is and what isn't a catch while i think the thing is just read it it says once you catch the ball and even if you go to the ground in the ball moves slightly before under the old rule that would have been an incomplete pass but now they're saying it's a catch and it is is simplified i mean the dez bryant cats calvin johnson and even the kid not jesse james yeah jesse james pittsburgh steelers all those would have been deemed catches so now it's a little simpler but i mean look at all the time we wasted look at all the big plays what if those plays would have been enforce as catches it would have changed the course of possibly who's in the super bowl all these different things so man it was disappointing that it took such a long time.
"Uh well thank you for sharing that and thank you so much tougher or sharing everything that you share this is an amazing conversation or the system fund yeah tell us where people can find you and learn more about your work i'm online at christie facia dot com still working on my website but it's up there it's up there the and i'm on facebook at fits from within l l c that's my there's a few of them out there but that's years willing to that in the show notes do so people can find the right one that's where i also well thank you so much for being here it's really pleasure talking with you absolutely thank you for having me so that's our show thanks again so much to christie fazio for joining us on this episode and thanks to you for listening if you're looking for some practical tips to get started on your own anti diet path grabbed my free audio guide seven simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food it's like a bonus podcast episode with some really practical guidance and you can get it at christie harrison dot com slash strategies that's chris harrison dot com slash strategies if you've gone something out of this podcast please help us reach more people who need to hear the anti diet message by sharing this episode on apple podcast i tuned or your favorite podcast platform were now even on spotify which is really exciting that's where i listen to all my music and so i'm pretty sykes to have my podcast on their too so listen to us on their listen to you as on apple podcast get your friends and family to subscribe on whatever their favorite podcasting platform is that really helps get the word out in it also helps bring us up in the rankings so that more people discover us just through the podcast charts to get full show notes from this episode including.
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"So if they win the bull we quotas white equitable approach that's what we say arise on yet health every size by definition is wait neutral so it was for the thinking through this is part of the process of taking a step back and looking martha but certainly buddy respect let's go to lots of very very useful savory in it it's a wonderful introduction i think to this this paradigm so we'll definitely linked to that in the show notes link to your website as well so people can find you say and yeah it's been such a pleasure talking with you thank you so much for all the eu shared was really wonderful things chris day and that's our show thanks against so much to lucy after more for joining us on this episode and thanks to you for listening if you're looking for some practical tips to start putting intuitive eating and body acceptance into practice in your life grab my free quickstart guide at seven simple strategies for fighting peace and freedom with food it's like a bonus podcast episode help you break free from diet culture and start on the roads intuitive heating just go to fifty harrison dot com slash strategies to get it that's christie arson dot com slash strategies if this podcast has helped you them please help us spread the anti diet message by sharing this episode on apple podcast or i tunes or your favorite podcast platform sheringham when the apple platforms especially helps bring us up in the podcast rankings so that more people discover as and so that we can continue to drown out those pro diet messages that are so prevalent this time of year and so that we can keep rising up in the health category just click on the three dots at the bottom right hand corner of your screen if you're listening in apple podcast and click share episode at the bottom of the drop down menu to get full show notes from his episode including all the resources we discussed had over to christie harrison dot com slash 135 for episode 135 this episode is brought to you by my online course intuitive eating fundamentals if you're ready to give up dieting and make peace with food once and for all come join this amazing community of people who are on the same path and here to support you learn more in sign up at christie harrison dot com.
"At your website generous plan dot com right yeah yeah following him also yeah i'm on facebook and instagram and twitter and all the usual places as either some formulation of made on a generous plan or generous and on the platform thirdly yeah yeah i thought that easy to find a link to that in the show notes that people can find you follow you all over the place and i do oneonone work both online and in my new home of portland oregon man's am also starting to do workshops anchor programs and things like that too so that's a fabulous yeah excited about that thank you yeah medium thank you so much meredith at such a pleasure to talk with you yeah such an honor thanks so much for having me so that's our show thanks again so much to my pal meredith noble for joining us on this episode and thanks to you for listening if you're looking for some practical tips to start putting intuitive eating into practice in your life grab my free quick start guide seven simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food it's like a bonus podcast episode to help you stop dieting and get free from the life thief just go to christie harrison dot com slash strategies to get it that's chrissy harrison dot com slash strategies if you've done something out of the podcast please help as reach more people who need to hear the anti diet message by sharing this episode on apple podcast i tuned or your favorite podcast platform whenever that is so sharing on the apple platforms helps bring us up even higher in the podcast ranking so that more people can discover us and so that we can continue to drown out the pro diet messages and keep rising higher in the health category you can also leave us a nice rating in review and your podcast provider of choice which is another way to help new listeners find as an just makes my day to get full show notes from this episode including all the resources we discussed head over to christie harrison dot com slash 132 that's christie harrison dot com slash 132 this episode is brought to you by jewell suv v by chef steps great cooking is part art heart science jewell suvi takes care of the science cooking meat fish and poultry to perfection with precise temperature control jewell perfect food every time to get yours visit chef steps dot com slash jewel and you.
"You know you have the power to say no to those things you don't have to participate i know the money in a financial incentive is so hard to resist an from any of us it's a real penalty you know for people who could really use that money it's a huge penalty to have to not be able to you know to participate and get the money right so i think for anyone listening really if you're feeling activists see if that seems like something you'd be up for pushing back against these things and telling the people in charge of worksite wellness programs like hey this doesn't work for me and a big swath of the population that has disordered eating and here's why might actually really change their minds or at least plant the seed riot sometimes you can't change their minds the first time but at least eur planting a seed and maybe one day the here from enough people they'll change so yeah i hope that helps i am sending lots of compassion your way and to submit a question of your own for a chance to have it answered on an upcoming episode visit chrissy harrison dot com slash questions that's christie harrison dot com slash questions and then if you want a whole library of answers from me about the nuts and bolts of intuitive eating plus the chance to ask me any question you want any time join my online course intuitive eating fundamentals you can learn more in sign up for the course at christie harrison dot com slash course it's chrissy hair's not com slash course were brought here today by zola registry with over five hundred top brands and 50000 gifts experiences and cash funds zola wedding registry has everything you love about your favorite department store plus things like honeymoon funds cooking classes winds subscriptions and so much more it's super easy to use for couples in their guests plus the friendly customer service team will go above and beyond from helping you pick out the perfect blender to walk in your grandmother through the registry and with zola's toprated app for iphone ipad and apple watch couples can manage their registries on the go and over three hundred thousand couples have best of all your zola registry automatically integrates into rizola wedding.
"harrison" Discussed on Season 4 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,
"Like okay i got my needs met now let me move on with my day right so that's what intuitive eating has alternately about is having food be something that gives you pleasure and joy and helps you meet your needs but ultimately just move about your day you know move on with your life like eat so that you can go do other better things and sometimes eating is part of the great staff right sometimes eating is delicious annan experience and really pleasurable and sometimes it's super boring and how hominids like all right i'm just gonna eat the sandwich on my desk and then get back to work because i'm actually really interested in this work or i'm going to go out with his friend and have this dish that i'm not really a huge fan of a play like they want to go to a rahman shop this is true for me i love noodles in general but i'm not huge fan of ramadan no why salih about like noodles in abroad fish is hard to eat and i get messy and stuff so i have friends who are obsessed with roman right if someone suggests the rahman restaurant and they're like who i really want to check out this new rahman placer i'm writing about it you know i wanna like a friend come with me to review at or something like that and make sure totally i'll do that that sounds like fun even though i'm not the biggest fan of rahman ray so there's times in your life when food is just going to be hull hammer you're gonna make compromises it's not going to be the best possible experience right but like it's all of it a good relationship with food is all of it what a good relationship with food is not is judging yourself for eating as much as you want at any given occasion because then that's taking away the real permission and the real ability to trust that you can have as much as you want and get your needs matt consistently so i hope that helps answer question i know it's kind of just food for thought but i think investigate what of that rings true for you and see what you come up with so for everyone listening if you want to submit your own question you can go to chrissy harrison dot com slash questions as christie harrison dot com slash questions for a chance to have yours answered on an upcoming episode and if you want to get some more advice from me congrats.