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Howard Brown Health hosts citywide vaccination blitz in Chicago, vaccinating 2,000 people

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00:25 sec | Last week

Howard Brown Health hosts citywide vaccination blitz in Chicago, vaccinating 2,000 people

"Rollout vaccinated 2000 people who qualified under Phase B. Chose each location for a reason to reach communities of color. There were five sites open on Saturday, Stone Isha laying attended the one at Trinity United Church of Christ, a space that we can trust. This is our space. So I mean, that's what made me feel so comfortable was knowing that I'm this'd a home Department of Public health data shows

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Visibility is on the ballot

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:26 min | 4 months ago

Visibility is on the ballot

"Today were diving into women of color that are on the ballot, and also what candidates and campaigns need to be doing better to reach out to black around and indigenous communities. We have Glenda car, the CO founder President of Higher Heights. So if you listen to our episode before this with State's attorney I, use your bray boy, she was wearing her black women. Lead shirt so that sure comes from higher heights and we have Lynn when the political director for run API I a new initiative that just out of the gates gained so much attention and is doing wonderful work and I can't wait to dive into talking to her about the amazing things that they're doing. But in typical BG fashion, we have to start off the. Conversation by talking about Howard Brown rose got involved in Politics Lynn, let's start with you. What made you want to do this work I met you when you are on Standard Booker's presidential race landward with on my best friends in the booker who has the flow colder actor we immediately had energy I appreciate offer letting even on here I. Think what's so I just? WanNa start. It's it's always a struggle for us like Asian women thinking. Okay. If this is a speech for Black and Brown women do we do we belong in us as organizers in the space that we challenge ourselves on every single day? I, appreciate the all see us as part of his fight Abdu I'm no my start in politics it was in high school. I had to fulfil my community service hours as Eilly volunteer for my local mayor's race. Obviously had no idea what organizing wise what it meant to talk to voters. And it wasn't until our college when I was organizing around development movement was like Oh shit. Okay. So this is what this is but I think what's really interesting is that it's I think for me because I get asked that a lot especially with the next generation of organizers coming in and it wasn't so much like what what started this interest. But it's been in especially in the last few years it's been the women around me that have kept. You know and it's like it's it's I. Think we often you'll so burnt out in this process but it is absolutely been like this networks like very intentional network of women that have kept here. Sorry and we will go to Glenda and it's weird for me. y'All not to see Granddad two or three times a month. That's how often we would just see each other at different events conferences in even when we get on the phone I'm like it's my Glenn like I miss you so much but I'm super excited to have her here. Today Higher Heights. It's an organization that I've been involved with or a long time. Now is an organization that I give a lot of my time my coins as well because that's important the when that's how us what each of this work you know I come from a politically active family I mean I don't think they overtly would call themselves that but others did right and so I am a daughter of a Caribbean immigrant migrated here. My mother picked him up next door literally like WHO's this guy next door and David got married and? Had three children and the baby and my father was a community activist right in. Here's a man that didn't become a citizen until the later part of his life because he wanted to vote for his friend Joe Lieberman and But everybody assumed that he was like he was the political light Caribbean political maker in the community about making sure people registered to vote he was very active in and So was my mother on my eighteenth birthday I'm sure my parents gave me a jewelry because that's what they gave me at every birthday. Don't remember what was didn't don't wear it is but they registered me devote my mother put me in her car drove me down to city hall and registered to vote in until the day she died she called me and my brothers on major elections to make sure we. voted. So it was just kind of ingrained around our civic civic engagement But I thought it was going to be a musician went to Music Conservatory and was Likley engaged on campus. As we all are particularly go to a predominantly white college. There's always some takeover

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"howard brown" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"howard brown" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Your dreams. What kind of wisdom guidance can you give to other non binary and Trans people who are contemplating moving forward in their adventures in gender nonconformity during the? DEMOC-. Well, I would say first of all, get yourself a dog to take dollars The gun. I mean I think it's just a cheap. It's not gonNA be cheap but there are ways around I mean I feel very lucky to be in Chicago and have resources like Howard Brown that help you navigate The system of getting to Saas Troner, getting hormones and. Everything like that. But I think it's just a matter of recognizing that to some extent. You existing for better for worse is revolutionary and not. It's okay to have days that are like exhausting and to feel the weight of the world because you are just by showing up as yourself. Kind of making space for everyone who's GonNa come after you but that also flake. If if that's the genuine way free to live then do it now rather than reading it later? Do people are like coming out of the closet Lgbtq more during these difficult times or because there's so much uncertainty and a lot of people are living in a household with people who might react negatively or violently to them coming out I would assume that a lot of people aren't coming forward right now. Yeah. I. Would Agree I mean it's I think that At. least the people that I've connected with whether that's online or in person I have seen a lot of people who unfortunately have to kind of go back in the closet right now because they're living with family that it would be dangerous to be around. For LGBTQ seniors when they go into retirement homes, a lot of these retirement homes are run by very conservative institutions or have people who are judgmental or create a hostile environment and so because their safety is dependant on a nurse or a caregiver. May. Treat them poorly, if they come out as LGBTQ that might. Mean that they have to go back in the closet as seniors. Yeah. Yeah. It's really I think that there is like I saw this on coming out people talking about it but there's a lot more understanding of the nuance of coming out now where it's not. I. Feel like coming out for a long time. We had to tell like straight people. It's this big event that we do one time and we tell everybody you know but it is like it's not like a one time thing and it's not necessarily you're out you're out. Is a process right. You constantly coming out to people like how do I do this person that I'm queer eye I mentioned my husband you know. A handy thing have be like my husband Mark Feeling. Oh, Shit. Would you like to see some pictures of me and drag. and. Then they're like yes. Yes. All the. Yeah people love drag now it's amazing. Like I'm not prepared across that line yet is when people ask for a WanNa, talk about my genitalia..

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"howard brown" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:12 min | 5 months ago

"howard brown" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And I decided that. I want to give it to homeless people I mean I come to realize Dr drew that when I die not at his doctor's gone with me and. So what can I do to help somebody else in our purchases man? And I got it fairly cheap not it realized that is gonNA cost like a bunch of money. To get it up. Yeah, right. But I'm working two jobs but that's still isn't sufficient people WANNA donate to Brown manner that would be fine of the proceeds from my book. I'll goes there or somebody wants me to come and do a workshop a lecture seminar I'm all for it literally, I do work for food, I will work. In now and our model Brown manner is. Not, a handout. We we don't want to hand. We WanNA hand up. So go to the go fund me and search brown manner is that how you? And how how do you want people to get in touch with you if they want you to do something for them? I have a feeling. Come after you so. Are, they can go to. Anthony Howard. Brown dot Com. That's my website, and then just you know it'll say contact Anthony's contact me and I'm more than before. Forget I gotta ask you something you come on stream and that's while we do over Dr do our youtube slash Dr drew and sometimes you're Anthony Brown it sometimes Anthony Howard Brown they both you. Address you as though it's you I've never sure. Is that which one? Anthony Yeah one one approaching from a senior on Youtube circling in from there and the other one I see on facebook God but there's something that you said. That had a huge impact on me. And it was fascinating because I don't know if you realize it but one time I called in and I go hey, it's anti at a Homeless Guy Oh yeah. And you said, why don't you say you're Anthony Director of nursing. that. Is, profound. It I mean it year Mitchell's i. mean with the deepest sense of. Glove. I really I really mean it. And it was funny. It was important to me too. Yeah that made an impact and the same thing when we're dealing with people who are out in the streets. Approached them as if Mike there's somebody because the way the way I am today nobody would have known I made through my whole career nobody known. where I came from but I decided that house and helping out this population was so important that I literally expose myself to the world when we need you, we need you my friend I mean it didn't take me but two seconds I saw reason Gary I got involved with Anthony's I saw him do an interview on with one of my Fox eleven colleagues have been doing a show at Fox eleven here locally in Los Angeles and it's just something I've done through the corona virus to try to help make sense. Of what's going on here in Los Angeles which means a lot of help and Christine Devine was interviewing you and I I saw a ninety second interview and I knew immediately you who had what was going on here well, that's all it took for me. So I'm not surprised. Yeah. You don't have to be exposed anthony for very long to realize that he's special and there's a lot there. But but when he sketched his story and I was like, oh no, what this is in the world needs to understand the journey. So I. Appreciate it Anthony Thank you for sharing with us I do believe it will have impact. In addition, of course, Brown man or will as well and I look forward to seeing a day that there are brown manners. Why Not Right Yeah. It's going to happen I have so much space in belief. that. It's going to happen and the funny part is because sometimes like that, I have this conscious contact with my higher power and sometimes I'm sitting there going. got. I'm working two jobs and everything I live in California it's not cheap. You know and I'm always God I'm tired you know God is like I'm not. He's got plans for you man he's got ideas. Since, sorry. Sorry you're tired. And and yeah. And if any of you are. Struck I will let me sort of looking back in this conversation we had. Gary this jumped out at you all but you notice that anti laughed a lot about some of the behaviors and that's an important part of dealing with addiction because people in their disease. There sterile. They're terribles not funny when they're in it so much when you're trying to get them out. But when you look at the paper, is like Oh, my God come on now right and so it it's actually healthy to laugh and a sort of. It's not laugh in the sense of being pejorative. It's just laughing sense of. Shaking your head like, wow, humans are so interesting and looking at. So Anthony, thanks again and you and I'll you know get ready to talk to some of the people I'm sending your way and I I really want to do stuff with you my friend. Hope you have time for it and I hope you benefit personally from the experience of sharing the story because I guarantee you, it's going to help others. Thank you. All right and then all the while and let me just one more thing. Director of Nursing, a psychiatric hospital, a no bullshit ajar how he has time even to talk to me right now believe me he's got policies and procedures. He's got a review for Jaco right now. That that will take him from here to December. Joke pouring over every sentence in his PNP's Am I. Right. You're. Correct and then we add onto the Khokar viruses. Insanity directive nursing is a no particular psychiatric hospital I I at a medical hospital. You have lots of lieutenants, but it's like. You are you're a one man band. So you want to tell you where the hospital is just in case they want to know. My hostels in West Minister the name of it. My boss to love me is Steady Hospital Westminster.

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"howard brown" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

09:46 min | 5 months ago

"howard brown" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Starting to feel good once I started feeling good I started reacting toward life different. The treatments entered it mistreat me anymore actually I was in a welcome environment. As. A always well for eighteen months. And then I ran into my connections wife crossing the street to get doughnuts and she said he was having problems and saw went down since I had eighteen months so I could save him. I would house and there was actually meth lab there. You know I start remembering how much fun I. Miss. You know there was while women in the battery and just all stop and here I'm living in the life of working telemarketing I'm going to twelve step meetings to. Go home here people were just like our control. Bright Lights and action and I wanted some of that. That go. I got exactly what I wanted. Probably took a couple of days. Down Right. Down quick, you know but I was much wiser because I had eighteen months. Well, I had eighteen months of sobriety there. Once I realized everything came back. I mean getting back into dealing. Yeah. It's hard to go to twelve step meeting when you're under the influence. It's really hard. It's hard to try to even go talk recovery hauling under the influence because they your intestine everything or having to duck and dodge that. So I just said you know. I ain't doing this no more. In. So I? Start selling drugs again, I was going nowhere near harbor anything is I got busted in Riverside Stat. I remember sitting in jail and there's there's an expression of a head fulla A in a bellyful booze don't mix. A ahead for a body saturated with methamphetamine will drive you insane. I can see that it will. Yeah because all I kept thinking about was those slogans over and over in my head would shut up. Yeah and so I did what I normally do when the heat's on and I remember. It was March twenty eighth. I actually cried out 'cause but at that point in time always had a a God that was rescue business like God please help me God please do this as our cried out I was like God I can't take this no more help me, and now it's march twenty eight arrest worth twenty nine nineteen ninety nine. And that was you're sober date? Yes. My Sobriety Day. Drinker drugs instead congratulations my friend and take us forward a little bit professionally that I'm GonNa go back and ask them treatment question. So you obviously did more than just sobriety. Yes I. Got Sober. I started out with an eighth grade education. What he's got some really good support start going to school Made. And that's when at that period time actually got a conscious contact with my higher power. Totally cool. You know actually see guide now is a friend instead of a rescuer, but I got that contact start going to school. And I started getting completed as continued to go to school and next thing you know a guy my license at the site tag I gotTa such as degree a decided to continue going to school I got my rn license in. Continue to go to school I got my bachelor's license you know as I just kept doing what's in front of me to the best of my ability. In the meantime because one of the I guess. Of Side of down of doing math is your geared toward. Doing things. Yeah. Yeah, and so. Mentally, my body or have figured out something I think that's more your trauma stuff because. There's a sort of a running phase of trauma people that are traumatized they keep running, running, running, running, running and that, and you can use that which you've done. Right yeah. So I picked up a bunch of tickets. I picked up licenses I started building a business. I mean just all kinds of things just started to unfold. Now. Tell them what you're doing. A right. Now, I'm currently the director of nursing services out a psychiatric hospital. I'm also a professor at college about that. I right. Miraculous. Inspire. This is the miracle recovery. This is it. and. Keep going front. Yeah I own a small corporation. I recently published a book and just recently purchased Brown manner Salaam give to the homeless people. We'll talk about that in a second this. This is I saw a couple of things like this happen early in my career, and I never been exposed to drug that the field of drug treatment I was doing detox all the time on drug addicts and then patting them on the back instead of the door after five days and I saw this happened. A couple of times what what what the hell, what is that I wanna be a part of helping people do that. So that's why I'm an abstinence. That's why I got interested in abstinence based treatment because you can't do this without apt it's treatment you can kind of limp into something and you can survive with harm avoidance but you're not Anthony Howard Brown without without absence and full recovery. So anyway that that to me was the part that. Made me want to be a part the treatment world. So you're now running a program. Any insights you WANNA share with us about homelessness that you've learned from being. A which shall we say a subject and now being someone offering care for those Client on the President Right. Right. homelessness. Homelessness is It's not just one thing if it's a combination of several different factors. You know it's not only the financial saying sometimes it's substance abuse. Sometimes, it's mental illness. Sometimes. It's it's behaviorally become part of that environment and I think that's interesting because when you get an environment where you only have a selective amount of choices, that's all you get to choose from. At so when you take all of those things into consideration and then recovery itself comes with a bunch of different. Facets of it I mean there's there's physical recovery. Mental recovery most recovery that interpersonal recovery, spiritual recovery, all of those things. And then God knows how many different men toll issues can occurring variety crisis. Along the combination you. and. By the way what drugs do to your brain that you gotta talk afterwards and stuff. But to me the real issue is trauma right and and when we treat the trauma and how we treat the trauma, do you have any thoughts about that? I think. What's what's really good if people can get down to that point and address that core? Then everything else. Will pretty much come into play. We're getting back to that core because I had to look at the trauma I had to face that reality. And I know I had a sponsor once I used to tell him I have abandonment issues. and. He had to tell me. It's like do adults can't be abandoned first of all. And I had to come to realization and I had to physically put everything that I've been through A. A monthly I can take it on a piece of paper. At each time I review it. I would go one step back into the point where I realized. The reason why I did what I did if because I had to prove that somebody that I was better than who I thought it was. Because the message I got from child was the matter how much you try doing good in so much that is intergenerational, and for some reason, that's a conversation we don't seem to be able to have in this country. What do we do with that? Well we have to. Make people aware that there because we're in so much denial. That is the Saturday and we have to let people know that it's safe to look into that closet. Because fear keeps people away. Those and I was I guess I was fortunate that I got to do this type of therapy on my the couldn't afford a therapist. Nowadays there's there's help all over the place just. Once you develop a mindset that I'm okay I'm doing fine. Nobody wants to peel that onion right They don't this brutal and your and your brain fights you really doesn't want you to do it for forget. You don't want to because it's brutal. Your brain doesn't let you. Write survival has survive. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. And so now tell us about Brown man what do you want to do there? What do you want people to disappoint you? Well Brown manor is a mansion that occurred. it was It was built in nineteen sixteen..

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"howard brown" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"howard brown" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"You, know the drugs was one thing. The inability to deal with my emotions was with another thing depression anxiety. getting high and having psychos you know all. Missing High School and not really having a job but but then you gotta job though then now it's carnival told me about that gary wants the detail scares interested in this. Well. The carnival come to town. You know every year to go to your town I just decided that okay. I'll go there and so initially I started by helping them set after rides then allowed me to run the rides like asleep underneath the ride inside the transition into that lifestyle fairly easy and they paid you or they they pay you drugs or do they pay you money and then you traffic amongst the other Carney's or had that work? Well they paid me money. But. We get credit we got credited how dogs Dan food to yes. Yes and so I would eat and get half a paycheck. And then without paycheck out by my droughts and what was the other Kearney's the source of the drugs or wherever you went to town you just find it. Just it just came from a little bit of play. Yeah you know and. Because somebody had to get it into the Carney's right. So you know it's the UNCANNY part about drug addiction for me. To meet all makes perfect sense. I. Understand addiction inside it out. But the part that I find uncanny is how dealers fight attics like they can. They can smell them like a dog. I know exactly who to go. They walk right up to the right person and addicts by the way no. The dealer is they walk right up to the right person or other addicts are, and that's that to me is an uncanny piece of addiction. It is it is interesting. We have we have radar, right? It's IT'S A. Drug, radar. Yeah my favorite story. My most uncanny story was a colleague. She was like yourself recovering and stuff and she told me a story once when she did what's called geographic. Before they get. So try to move away from their drugs I, know the real problem here in her mind. She'd been adopted from Eastern Europe and a real promise yet to find her roots and that will cure her addiction. Anything but stop using drugs and so but she hit stop she cleaned up and she thought I'm GonNa go back to my roots And she had a layover in London of about nine hours so that I'll go into London go to the National Gallery she said she hadn't been in the National Gallery thirty minutes before she was in the bathroom in the women's room with a male security guard slamming heroin. How do you know to go to the guy with the day with the uniform and go come with me into the? And and that guy has heroin. So to me, that was like Whoa that tells you I mean I would think the guy that uniform you've you last on your list Of last. And the part that I think we're glossing over here is. The confirmation of what we'VE ALL ASSUMED ABOUT CARNIVAL WORKERS Ride. So wide sorry as a as a parent of a young child. Firms every I've ever had about the guy. Anthony this just the the colorful nece stop come on it's. Just the color of the community there it's very Very. Interesting. See I don't have the it's funny. I don't have that reaction actually draws me to it a little bit. So now you're sleeping under the the tilt, a whirl or something right Yeah it was it was the tiptop tiptop you're sleeping. and. And take keep me going forward. Okay, so Now mckearney, they left a town which was great because I finally escaped that geographic was talking about. And? I lived that lifestyle. By Day I'm on top of ride operating. Of periodically through the day I, go underneath the ride and get loaded at night that was my house. I took my showers air. That's where I lived at, and by the way Gary you want you want the math using dried. Operator to to be on the math with him off because off they'll they'll things up well so. Until, they get psychotic, you want them on the math. When they're operating, maybe mean not when building I don't know. I have to confess. There's been times. I've noticed a couple of extra both. Saying. Etiquette update. Anybody Gary. Stop and reassess where they go. Right. They get kicked under the ride. Well you kind of forget about him. You're off it. All right. Here we go. So we're we're going around on the geographic life of a carney. I'm traveling from town to town and it was happen had a place to stay ahead of place to e after money in my pocket I I didn't have the abuse. because. On a row when you're on the streets, it's It's a doggy dog world..

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"howard brown" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

10:13 min | 5 months ago

"howard brown" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Everybody welcome Dr who podcast. Again keep in mind the people that keep us afloat here we appreciate you supporting them. So we can keep doing these pods we appreciate it and keep the key Mr Corolla. Happy more importantly. Again look at. Your Mom's house got after dark there and don't forget the streaming shows we try to do most days. We may cut them down a little bit as we emerge from the corona virus nightmare but go it's all over Dr Drew Dot Com. And of course, and I are trying to do least three days a week. This going right now I guess today is Anthony Howard Brown. His book is from Park Branch to Park Avenue One man's journey out of homelessness. You can follow Anthony at at Brown underscore manner. We'll tell you about brown manner in a minute. The website is Anthony Howard Brown dot com, and there's a gofundme me for brown manner, which we'll talk about in a few minutes just search brown. Brown color and manner in May know our. Anthony Welcome. So it's very important to me I. Hope you don't mind that that people hear your story because I think your story is. Paradigmatic of what homelessness is how it happens and how it could be addressed. Are you with me on that. Sure. I have no problem. All right. Good and I know you are made you tell your story before and I promise you this won't be the last time. Tell your store if you don't mind. Basically, a mom I'm a product of. Childhood trauma which translate. Abuse when I was younger both physically. I could say mentally mostly bunch of alcohol involves that happened in at the age of nine I gotta the morning found my mom laying on the floor guy shot in the head to. Kind of stuck with me for a while can understand why. And then at fourteen at the site I couldn't take my living environments I ran away from home. Got Involved in drugs multiple incarcerations finally slowed down at the age of thirty seven. Well, let's let's let's take it take it in drill in a little bit to the history. So you run away from home and do you immediately find rugs were drugs already underway and they were solution that just kept getting bigger and your life. Of Drugs was already underway I've been drinking. Since I was a little kid I remember discovery my mom's dead underneath the kitchen. Sake. And so she drank too. Yes, she's ranked too high. I'm guessing she had trauma and her background oh probably. The interesting part is I never got to know her because I was never home enough to discover that. But I was drinking they're smoking some pot. That started probably twelve. One side took off from home already eating psychedelics. All types of amphetamines just whatever I can get my hands on take people into that mindset. What what are you doing? What is that? BEMIS are getting. Getting, high. What was what would take take people people go where he should have chosen not to do drugs why did he do drugs people into what was happening for you? subjectively, that led all drug use. When when you exposed at least my take on it and I didn't realize this older. But when you're exposed to a lot of trauma. There's a lot of feelings involves. And having the wake up with me filling the way I did or be viewing the world is I did it just wasn't a pleasant reality? So doing drugs help block that out because I got to the point where I didn't care anymore. And the only way that I could stay not carrying was to necessarily myself right. And left that. You did cared a lot but that was all down deep somewhere. Yeah. Definitely. It was. It was suppressed because I think that considering the amount of. Abused, because there there wasn't there wasn't no spare the rod type thing in my house. Fort. Abuse. Yes I. Mean I'm. I'm the guy that got hit was whatever object she could get her hands on I got. It was an extension cord I. got. Hit. What's what whatever? just a hostile wake up knowing and that's that's the thing. You know was really. I guess traumatic is when you know something's going to happen, there's nothing you can do about it. So, drinking help that a lot. You know, and then as I discovered marijuana that help enhance the drinking. And so for me to suppress those emotions because crying crying was of sufficient and people cry for relief but crying just didn't work anymore. And so by doing drugs that helped a lot because the silence, scream. Pretty much and and so after. Discovering how to do that. I just I just felt that you know nothing's going to change even the drugs that work after a while. And so again, just a drill into the site, the the mechanism of drug addiction. So it's not working anymore. So you stopped, right The drove yeah. Oh no wait. A minute kept going even though it didn't work anymore. Yeah. I just have to find something stronger and better. Yeah. And that's again that's one of the features of addiction as you keep using even when you know like it even when it's not working, it's all there is. Right, right and so. After I discovered. That if I physically leave that environment. Then things got better because I was away from the pressure of the stress or trauma. Now now granted I added to that. In now because it was really interesting when I when I look at it because of the the. Abuse in my book I call it beatings because that's what it was. Yeah. And it left March and I was embarrassed in now there's a lounge shame going on because my mother was a type of Carson that. Wherever she felt or wherever my. My my infraction. That's where the beating happens. Right? You know I remember in seventh grade I was in the principal's office and my mom showed up and I got a beating in high school. And so why would I want to go to high school having to deal with? Actually. It was junior high to high school, but in junior high and those Baresi. School, but if I didn't go to school, then I get it beating for that and so it was just a cycle that was ongoing. And my relief to idiot that was just run away from home, and then that's when kids run away and stay away. It's nearly always because there's abuse in the home some form of overt abuse physical, sexual, physical, emotional whatever it might be kids don't normally leave home but when you did, how did you survive? In the early days when I was fourteen, I used to hang out in abandoned houses because originally I'm from Ohio. And solid growth standing abandoned house back then leased to have wooden milk crates and I is Matt I smile today at my ventures. this. All had the milk crates, what are used for furniture, but during the wintertime, our burner crates. and. shoplifting wasn't hard. You know just just go do it. Now, whatever it takes me survive and getting drugs wasn't hard. You know for trying to our friends house and every now, and again I would go back home. But that lasted probably a day or two and often running until. Fifteen and I decided to go join a carnival. And if so if somebody were to say Gary Lex that part of the story, what a carnival we'll get into a gary. and. In we've somewhere to say how does how drugs end result and people on the streets? How does that work? How would you characterize that how to? Take to the streets. Well, once you start that cycle at once you cost, they said it's an invisible line. Once you cross visible line and you become addicted and and as I said, now I know more about it but you become physically addicted to the point where you have to use the caused the withdrawal symptoms was too much. For me not only that but. It was cold outside or I was lonely our scared. Ed. From what I learned early on if I drink or use drugs didn't fears gone you know pain's gone frustration. All emotions are gone and so if I can continue to do that. Then, everything was fine in but why not lay on friends' couches or how does drugs take you to the streets? Well. Once I became an addict, I'm really start losing friends. because. The drugs became more important to me than anything. I'm that person even when I would get high with somebody if they got up and left the room I would take their drugs. And so who would want me around and so it's really because the streets are a symptom of how addiction causes you to lose everything. Well, the the the streets are really interesting because I was thinking about you know what? It was all about being homeless combination of a lot of different things..

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"howard brown" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White

Reset with Jenn White

04:36 min | 8 months ago

"howard brown" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White

"Eighties AIDS treatment for HIV AIDS has come a long way since the eighties, but it's killed over seven hundred thousand Americans today. There's still no cure. In the new Book Played Years Doctors Journey through the AIDS crisis Dr Ross Slot and gives us a firsthand account of life in Chicago. During the AIDS epidemic in the Memoir Dr Slot and recounts his story fighting AIDS frontlines at Saint Joseph's hospital in Lincoln Park. It's a harrowing tale of life, Death and fighting for your community Dr Slot Welcome to reset. You were a young doctor. At the time you had a private office in the office was an you talk about in the book, but it's really started in the early eighties talk about starting to practice on the near north side between town and Cabrini-green. Finish my training as a family practitioner in Nineteen eighty-four, and actually did it at Saint Joseph. Hospital so I join a current business partner Thomas Kline and the two of us really start just a general family. Practice HIV was just beginning to show its face. We weren't really intending to become specialists in that area, but it began happened accidentally because we both. Are Gay gay man. We volunteered at Howard Brown health health clinic. It was called Howard Brown Memorial Center at the time, and we'd see patients there with various problems like venereal diseases and so forth midden, Primary Care Physicians, or they have physicians that were not out to and or actually rejected them from their practices, so we started building a practice in that in that way became inadvertent AIDS. Experts wasn't something we sought. You send that rejection. What does that mean? The idea of patience rejected well. Patients would see if the physician physician with if if the patient had. HIV or they found out the patient was gay. They didn't want them their practice. And this is something that was not that unusual. At the time the time historically or patients were afraid to admit their physicians that they were gay, and so they sought someone that was more sympathetic. And we see that so much today, but was certainly a big problem back in the eighties. To be on the front lines to to be practice and to be admitting gay men who are coming in with different issues. When was it when you first? Experienced someone with symptoms of issue. With the first person I saw was in nine, hundred, eighty, two. It was actually my present, but at that point, my future business partners patient who made the intensive care unit with what out to be newest assistant ammonia, but by the time he came to the intensive. Care Unit was in respiratory failure was on a ventilator Andy ultimately died from it, so that was the first patient that I actually saw in that in my own little clinic that I began as a resident, started seeing patients with turn out to be various early forms of HIV, which we didn't always recognize, so it was a trickle was trickling effect initially, and then it wasn't until the. Late eighty s that it became almost a soon Nami I really enjoyed the book because I really enjoyed the journal entries. You're able. You're taking notes essentially journaling your experiences in the eighties in Chicago at Saint. Jo's in your practice during the AIDS epidemic. At the time when I took, these had these journals, it was more or less a way to kind of process. My Day I didn't take them on a daily basis, but it would do it on a periodic basis, and actually continued over a twenty year period of time as the you know as the Pentagon epidemic or a pandemic began to evolve, and so you know I thought about writing something early on, but it was just so emotionally. Close to that that time that I I really couldn't put it..

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Pastor arrested after holding packed church service in Florida

WBZ Midday News

00:59 sec | 11 months ago

Pastor arrested after holding packed church service in Florida

"A church pastor in Florida is under arrest after ignoring social distancing guidelines and held a big church service a live streaming video show parishioners standing shoulder to shoulder on Sunday well the county sheriff Chad Chronister says this is the well he says a pastor Rodney Howard Browne did this that's what he said Mr told ABC news that Howard brown had ignored several warnings from law enforcement he refused repeated repeated requests to please don't put four five hundred people in danger Dore they then go home and put thousands more in danger with the possible spread of this Kobe nineteen buyers but Howard brown is not the only one just regarding the dangers of large gatherings campuses are empty as colleges have shifted to online instruction but liberty university in Lynchburg Virginia re opened last week T. J. Holmes with

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"howard brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"howard brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Warn Howard brown that worship is considered a non essential service Astor refused to meet with him and he went ahead with his services on Sunday I know nowadays trying to beat me up but we are not nonessential service again during the service Howard Browne told the hundreds who showed up not to worry because the law was on his side specifically the first amendment not only the right of free speech but the line too as a peaceful assembly and to practice what we believe hello suddenly we had demonized because we believe that god heals Howard brown repeatedly insisted that his church members could expect supernatural intervention to keep them from getting sick but authorities in the Tampa area were determined to show the ban on gatherings was to be taken seriously sheriff Chad Chronister after consulting with the state attorney announced that Howard brown faced arrest for intentionally and repeatedly disregarding emergency orders his reckless disregard for human life put hundreds of people in his congregation at risk and thousands of residents who may interact with them this week in danger protesters said the goal is not to stop anyone from worshipping but the safety and well being of our community must always come first he said a short time later the pastor turned himself in and was taken into custody he spent about forty minutes behind bars but was then freed after posting bail the charge he faces is a second degree misdemeanor Tom Chilton NPR news later today on All Things Considered healthcare workers in Spain are getting infected with the coronavirus at alarming rates they're demanding government action tell your smart speaker to play in PR or ask for your member station by name.

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Anal cancer is on the rise, especially in women

Dr. Daliah

08:57 min | 1 year ago

Anal cancer is on the rise, especially in women

"So we're gonna talk about anal cancer. Okay. And the American Cancer Society estimates that we will have eighty three hundred new anal cancer cases this year in the two thousand nineteen and the majority of them women fifty five hundred women twenty seven seventy and men and the expect twelve hundred this year seven hundred sixty women five hundred twenty men now do anal cancer cases and rising for many years, and it is rare. I mean, I have to say it's rarer than others more rare younger individuals that we usually see these older adults the average age actually being in the early sixties, but they say the risk of being diagnosed with anal cancer. In your lifetime is about one in five hundred. And it can be treated so. There's been some suggestions on what we should maybe do to try to lessen these. So what's the number one risk factor of getting anal cancer? Well, the. So the. The human papillomavirus can cause a squamous cell cancer. And it could also cause cancer the throat it could also cause cancer of the penis. It could cause cancer of the cervix and we do vaccines for it. But HP is a group of about one hundred fifty related, viruses and the called papilloma viruses because the calls papilloma 's like warts. Subtypes, but the one most of the cause anal cancer is HP sixteen now other types can cause Ken awards. Ena works not cancer. The two types of HIV that caused the wards are HP six HP eleven. Most AIn awards do not develop into cancer. But they say people have had in awards are more likely to get anal cancer. Well, why well because if you've been infected with some HP subtypes, you might be more at risk of infecting of if you've got HP one way, then it just takes just as a matter of time that you might get HP again same way, but a different HP, basically get it from skin-to-skin contact. And so if somebody's warts or somebody's vaginal discharge or a wreath. Wreath touches, you you could then contracted. So it's very easy HP usually spread by sexual activity. Or seen a lot more throw cases for seen them mostly men and again access to HP. You could even spread it by your hands. Now HP is so common is probably the most common sexually transmitted disease out there, even though a lot of people don't have symptoms. In fact, I think committee is the number one diagnosed s but HP is the most common one out there. Well, that's why we have vaccines for now. Smoking puts you also at risk for cancer. HIV put you at risk. Certain gender and race ethnicity. They say African Americans younger than age sixty seems to be more common than women. But after sixty were common in women. So there was a article written slate where should man start getting Pap smears, anal peps. So the Pap smear was a we've talked about that develop for cervical cancer. Doctor Pap Nicolau was discovered it. So what he would do would collect a small samples of cells for the cervix examine the for stages and the structure to see who could be precancerous interesting when you look at these these cells, you could tell when one is starting no, turn vicious and start to change. And so just simple. Let's look at the cells under the microscope. Start seeing changes. And so we then start to do paps since we found out that we could identify cervical cancer so easily. We start to yearly we wouldn't even give birth control. Until you got your Pap smear. Things have changed to make things less expensive to have less procedures done on people and put people through possibly unnecessary tests. They decided to spread out when no pun intended when you get a Pap test. So now, you don't even have to get a Pap test to twenty one even if you're having sex as a fourteen year old I disagree with that. I think you should still be screened for today's I still think somebody should be giving you a talking about sex. But you could now wait till you're twenty one and have paps every three years. So. We do this to look for HP infection. Of the of the cervix. Now, I talked about a Pap smear of the throat years ago. Why aren't we check in the back of the throat if somebody performs a lot of oral sex, and it's in somebody who has had HPV why don't we screen them? And I believe some Dennis actually have in their office and oral HP test where you gargle and you spit into something. And then they could look to see if they could see HP that's something they can do. Now, just even avid said, we know that HP infect cells that line the anal canal the same as infect cells that line the service that he's a physician specialize in an infectious disease in Whitman Walker health, and they offer comprehensive health and wellness services to LGBTQ people throughout the DC area. And you do have increase in editor sexual homosexual activity when it comes to anal sex that seems to be a very very common. Celli say addition to the repertoire that people have. Whereas decades ago some people really want to go there or they wanna talk about going there. Now, people are very very open about that. So there's then unfortunately, more there's a whole nother now orifice that needs to be looked at an unfortunately could be ignored. You don't want to ignore the. Now, the rectum and we've talked about was not specifically designed to take the pressures of sex. That's why some people get tearing some people get a fissures things like that. And so could unfortunately introduce a lot more vaccinia pathogens STD's? So why are we ignore it? When it comes to HP. So Howard Brown health, which serves LGBTQ patients at numerous locations in Chicago has the decision to screen certain subgroups of patients because they believe that early detection of anal cancer precancerous areas of potentially circumvent greater vity and mortality now. It's actually that difficult man. Lies on his side. It's not as bad as woman getting Pap smear LES on his side. They take a little swab inserted a couple centimeters into the anus rotates. And then take take the swab out throw it into the container into the solution that then the fix that then gets into the lap. So it's a lot quicker than a passer. Now, some of you have been, you know, asking what are symptoms of colon cancer or colorectal cancer or anal cancer? Sometimes not sometimes you get some bleeding when you wipe now. Lot of you guys get blood when you wipe, and if that happens you've got to see. Dr. And you'll say, oh, well, no, I just have some hemorrhoids. Okay. Can make you bleed. Absolutely. Then the question is why did you give birth? Are. You a truck driver. Are you constipated? So there's a reason. Well, now, let me ask you. Why are you constipated? My diet. Maybe you're constipated because you have a mass in there, and you have to keep pushing the stool around that mass. And that's why you're constipated, and that's. So just because you think you have a reason for a symptom. You have which we all try and do and search for don't wanna panic west of the doctor if you have constipation if you have him rights, if you have blood on your toilet paper, you've got to get that checked out. I'm not saying it's not saying you have rental cancer. But it's. You can't blow off something as simple symptom because there may be something on this

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"howard brown" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Kissed the Korean one religion. Where can we get your books books anywhere? But the the people the public first of all I wrote a book with Rodney Howard Brown. You you gotta get him on John love you. What's his name? Rodney Howard Brown. Here's a huge ministry. He would love you. All right. I'm writing them down right now. Rodney. Millions of followers he's from South Africa. But he is a church in in in Tampa, Florida wrote a book with them called killing him. And he gets it. Like you. That's why it's it's it's a wonderful talk to people like you. He gets it. So. And what's? You do have to meet. Look, this has been really quite a special conversation. I wanna thank you so much for your time. I'm thinking you're on the east coast somewhere. Maybe I don't know if it's John. Been the landfill capital of the United States. We're all we're everybody's dumped their garbage. I live right outside of Scranton, Pennsylvania. Gotcha on eastern time. So it's an hour later there. But look. On the big day of America and a happy new year. Christopher Steele, my friend to we'll talk soon. God bless you. Thanks for coming on the show. Yeah. Right. Thank you. Right. Wow. So how was that say again, we need your support? We don't have any government grants. We don't have any loans the caravanners make it all possible. So if you like what you heard tonight when you want some more of it. You're not tired of it. You wanna talk about everything everything? Without going. Any role might not like it or sponsor might not like it. The only sponsors that we have like it because they're the caravan to midnight. Caravan within dot dot gov. All right. And.

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"howard brown" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Thanks again for coming on. It's been wonderful. Thank you, what a wonderful show. And I'm telling you if you liked just if you like to read in general, even if you don't like to eat Bano B O N O by Helen Brown amazing book and so interesting, and it's a pure cat lover like most of us in. Just if you like the idea, even if you don't like reading so interesting, and I encourage everybody to even find it tactically anywhere, and I would like to thank my. Line for kids which aired Dennis Molly in Charlotte for causing around me as I read Bano and thanks to my guest Howard Brown for coming. I'm cata. And thanks to my producer Mark for making me and my guest. Always sound wonderful. Stay tuned. There's going to be so many more interesting. Wait show's coming up on cavity. And thank you so much for listening. Yes. We were the number one show downloaded itin. So thank you. And I plan to keep it that way. So we're gonna have great shows coming up. I'm to you as always thank you for listening. Let's talk pets every week on demand only on live radio dot com. Talk..

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"howard brown" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Can always tell the performers I have the men and women's health outreach and education coordinator one more, time because you're. Mike Carlin Legrand there you go it's a very nice. To have you here with us so explain what you explain what all of this is because I think the really unique aspect of this is that women's health is being focused, as they are performing their show which is kind of women Centric Terry that it's going to be. Going, on for a second city yes I actually went to the show twice last year and I just felt so empowered by the women on stage. And the woman in, the audience and I was like what back to work. So pumped and talking about, it and then? I was like you know what I think it'd be a great place to spread awareness. About the things that we do. We empower women and clinical, settings and so I was like let me try, my best to make it work and it worked out. Don, and it's it's working. Out. Great really excited for it yeah so what what's going to happen then? As the performance of the show I. Imagine that there must be some We're we're serious aspects or at least some awareness sure of what Howard Brown. Does to help women, around Chicago yeah so it's like a health fair typesetting. We're gonna be tabling outside, of the show? Before the show on September six we have a few different organizations that were partnering with. Planned Parenthood will be there and. Powered therapy early to bed, and Chicago women's health center early excited just because, all of these organizations do great things for women in. The, city and we want. To. Spread awareness to those that are attending the show so they're going to, be able to come talk to us Receive resources and. It's going to be a very informative but also fun yeah Yeah All centered around the. Show she the people which has been playing at the up comedy club at second city and has just now been extended all the way through November. Eleven, yes that's quite the. Extension Oh yeah Extension, is announced it's like a week or a couple of more days. Or, something, like obviously things are going really well for. The, show yeah we've been really fortunate with. The extensions we started what, last, September, September September and they've extended us over and over and this'll be our file extension for. This year that's what they. All, say We are traveling after that to DC to perform the show grace talk a. Little about she the people Well it was one of the main writers, for it there was a core group of women that created the bulk of the material for the show and, then the cast members added. To that when, we came in and put the show, together with this cast and but it's a show it's a sketch comedy reviewed the classic second city style but it's all women in all the material deals with all things woman from the. Silly stuff to the more serious stuff in which I think is. What audiences have been responding, well to it's not just a kind of like bash you over. The, head we're angry women right thing but, we dare you guys to come, men, have been loving it now you know whether. They've been dragged there they came on their own volition they they are really loving it because it's fun we. Make fun of ourselves as well as approached the more serious topics that's the Mark of really good writing. I think to a good writing and planning and performing is. When it's really relatable to everyone, who comes To see. A show all the issues, we talk about it in the show I don't just believe their. Female, Centric issues they're like issues that being, tire world is facing and I, feel, like it's something that so many people are. Really relating to in fact we had a guy not too long ago come to the show Sabas afterwards he. Lives in Alaska and he's like I'm flying back to see this show he just really connected to that Interesting it's such a relatable. It's such a great idea for a concept for a show isn't it yeah we've been really lucky with, such a fantastic show that marriage Mary's. The message to the audience we've got these great. Young women coming into the show every night they're super. Pumped about it they bring their. Friends they come back they bring their mothers when they come to town and visit so we've, been really fortunate to have such a great exciting show in the building and then it. Opens the door for us to partner with people like Howard Brown house with Planned Parenthood which we've done. In the past with so it's been a. Really great opportunity for us it's a little different, than what second he has done and so we've been really excited I don't. Recall a, partnership like this in the past where it's been a night of entertainment but. Also for kind of a serious subject, or serious issue to go along with. It it's such a good idea Thanks We. Thought. So I, mean we Carlin and I got together and we're, like this feels. Right this feels like people would be interested in the show really speaks to all of those. Topics and I think it's about breaking down the stereotypes about those topics and talking about them in a open manner and breaking down. Stigma so we're really excited about the event and the show. Itself. Yeah let me take a. Break we'll come back and talk more about the second city women's health fair that is being put on by second city and Howard Brown. Health it's going to be, Thursday September the six at the up comedy club in, Chicago tell you how to get tickets and all. That when we come right back WGN just.

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"howard brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"West sixty third street Howard Brown CEO Dr David or. Nesto Manar says this is where they need to be being any sense for Howard Brown because in. Our nearly fifty. Year history we've. Which is mostly out of our main site in uptown We. Drew hundreds of thousands of patients from the south side really tens. Of thousands, of patients from all parts of the metropolitan area, the doctors here also are heart to be able to provide new treatments for HIV and comprehensive health services in, Englewood Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM A federal grand jury. Indicted a former Chicago man today accusing him of traveling from the Middle East to join. ISIS for Muhammad try discharge we're trying to provide material support and, resources to a terrorist group. Was eighteen with authorities say he and two friends, flew from O'Hare to Cairo 2015 you may be an Israel right now there's now an apology of the case of so-called bait trucks. That police use to snare some fees of this out such a recent spate. Of cargo theft including guns that were stolen Chicago police launched a joint investigation, with the. Norfolk Southern railroad planning an unguarded truck loaded with merchandise near the railroad yard. In Englewood as a lawyer for, thieves three suspects, were arrested the. ACLU mayoral candidate Lori Lightfoot and other critics decried the tactic, as entrapment now the railroad is apologizing in a letter in response to. A Tribune editorial the Norfolk Southern's Herbert Smith acknowledges the operation eroded trust between the police and the community he promises. It won't happen again regain Schlesinger News Radio on one five point nine f._m. a furniture store which opened in chicago in nineteen seventeen has closed its doors things went very quickly owner mark lazar credits his father's advice for why the store in lincoln would closed almost a month earlier than expected you take your i your best mark down right away so death why things things went because we weren't getting around all that's left is one twin bed and some artwork czar says he knows he could have brought in more furniture to sell but wasn't interested i always thought of myself as a buyer and a communicator The amount of businessman. That oh how can I, make the most money after three generations Lazar says his family has received a lot of emails and visits from. Happy customers antsy hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point. Nine FM. The mayor accused of causing California's massive holy fire. Was arraigned today and some unusual proceedings there were several outburst arson alive fifty one year old forest Clark is accused of felony arson and of. Making a threat to terrorize he's are just allegations drawn yes Okay at this, point in time I am requesting to continue the arraignment arraignment rescheduled for August seventeenth and the judge set bail million dollars for. That Can we please Figure, four CBS, news Santa Anna California taxes Bank for a trial of. Former Trump campaign's EuroPol metaphor has recessed, for the weekend the prosecution's case wrapped around the notion that Paul Manafort used offshore businesses and overseas Bank accounts to fund his lavish lifestyle and to hide his wealth from the IRS also to. Commit Bank fraud the government's key witness, manafort's former partner Rick gates testified that it was Manafort who directed the fraud personally and the. Gates followed orders knowing they were illegal on the defense. Begins its case it is expected to bring witnesses to prove that it was gates, behind the fraud not, Manafort Bill, Rakoff, CBS, news, Washington. Florida governor Rick Scott is demanding that Florida, Senator Bill Nelson provide proof tobacco up his statement that Russian operatives have penetrated south of his. State's, election systems Scott a Republican is running against no of democrat this year during a campaign stop. In, Tampa today Scott that Nelson. Must come clean Nelson made his comments, earlier this week but said he couldn't provide many details because the. Information is classified WBZ. News time seven thirty six finish summer strong when you. Mix and match the highest quality solutions and supplements in the industry buy one get, one half off at, GNC nourished, skin, at, every,.

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"howard brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Facility here on west sixty third street Howard Brown CEO Dr David or, Nesto Manar says this is where they, need, to, be being any sense for. Howard Brown because in our nearly fifty year history we've which is mostly out of our main site enough town we drew hundreds not bows of patients from the south side really tens of thousands of patients from all parts of. The metropolitan area the doctors here also are heartened To, be able to provide new treatments for HIV and comprehensive health services in. Englewood Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM the Norfolk, Southern railroad is. Apologizing today for its controversial bait truck operation in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood and it says it, won't use the tactic again as it. Tries to prevent break ins and thefts the truck loaded. With. Goods and left parked in Englewood was part of an operation wish Akaka police critics said it was wrong to lure residents into committing a crime a man has pleaded guilty to plotting. A VAT attack on crowds in London's busy Oxford Street shopping district. During a, quilt appearance convert Louis Ludlow in preparing acts of, terrorism and fundraising for these lawmakers state group prosecutors say Ludlow who'd written down his attack plans saying Oxford Street, in London was ideal target and he expected one hundred could. Be killed please stand the notes ripped up in the garbage, bin Ludlow was stopped at Heathrow airport in February as he tried to. Board a flight to the Philippines Prosecutors think he planned to join Islamic state group militants they say he later, plenty to attack London but was. Arrested April, eighteen lovely will be..

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"howard brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To one and welcome back to coast to coast george noory with you paul williams back with us is served as a consultant for the fbi editor and publisher of the metro in scranton pennsylvania an adjunct professor of humanities at the university of scranton he has authored now more than twenty books is latest the killing of uncle sam that he co wrote with rodney howard brown paul welcome to the program what an amazing book i've got to give you two credit for this oh well i'm glad you liked it george it was it was very of a book to write it was almost like a horror story you know that it is a horror story really is tell me a little bit about how you began to unravel the information that you put into the killing of uncle sam well the way i really began was it was an an offshoot for me for from gladio when i finished reading gladio and i realize that the how the cia funded all their covert operations and continue to fund their covert operations through heroin and the the workings of the cia internationally to to to further i could never stand further what end and it could never gonna stand who is directing these activities and the more i dug into it the more i realize that the cia is not being controlled by the president or the executive branch of the government nor by.

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"howard brown" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"One and welcome back to coast to coast george noory with you paul williams back with us phd is served as a consultant for the fbi editor and publisher of the metro and scranton pennsylvania an adjunct professor of humanities at the university of scranton he has authored now more than twenty books his latest the killing of uncle sam that he co wrote with rodney howard brown paul welcome to the program and what an amazing book i've got to give you two credit for this oh well i'm glad you liked george it was it was a very of a book to write it was almost like a horror story you know that it is a horror story really is tell me a little bit about how you began to unravel the information that you put into the killing of uncle sam well the way i really began was it was an an offshoot for me for from gladio when i finished reading gladio and i realize that the without the cia funded all their covert operations and continue to fund their covert operations through heroin and the the workings of the cia internationally to to to further i could never stand to further went in and it could never gonna understand who is directing these activities and the more i dug into it the more i realize that the cia is not being controlled by the president or the executive branch of the government nor by.

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"howard brown" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"To win those two it's coming up first though a very real threat has been a covered by our main cabin i mean who knew that this was true i was very shocked to hear this about high certainly didn't the name of the preacher is rodney howard brown and he is a pastor at the river which is a church in what state uh but of believer could it be florida florida ria iit aleve i believe we have heard from mr brown before is that right i think so k well he's got a lot of stuff that he's sitting right now that is very shocking to me in troubling if true so here's a little bit of what he has to say about now he's not talking about politicians he's not talking about democrats or republicans he's talking about hollywood okay there's told us to do nothing but i am an schramm the other day all right now is that of course the eminem what do called safer o l k yet voted on b e t he's referring to that okay now this pasty white guy is going to take down eminent oh looks like france france2 figures from please give me apart from price few whiteboard from the vote he doesn't even know what the looks like he's made money but he's about to get put on a okay now i've seen what would you guess that means he laham out with his car sweat it sounds like it put on the hood word yeah by the way if you're a tried to place his act said yeah i was mr howard brown hits howard hyphen brown is from south africa okay so that's where you get a little trevor noah vibe here do they put people on the hood i say i am at faceted you to see where this challege goes he essentially calling out eban evidence teslic he's about drop some knowledge i would really love a rat battle oh we need needs to africa all right we don't know what that means sir thank you though do not be afraid of the from down their arms be afraid stormed mocked the false garage and the prophets one of these free for one of the profits of the enemy our mock you re from sudan we must be nice if we can win the producers these people to follow the.

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"howard brown" Discussed on X96

X96

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on X96

"And worse rodney howard brown a christian preacher who brag about two and it's true about putting his hands on donald trump in prayer to thwart an against the president is worked and it oh he pro trade on he played eight on officially alone laying on gene it's called laying on the pay there was the reason why there was a purse circle and then he was involved in the eu's one illu there's no field in the bible christian leaders other should well there is but that's not what they call as he claims that hollywood bigwigs a feast on the blood of children that is when they're not molesting them they sacrifice children at the highest levels in hollywood mr howard brown declared they drink blood of young kids this is a fact this is a as the fat i can just say things in there that is why the next thing to be exposed will be all of the pedophilia that's going on and while i out of hollywood and out of washington dc the human sacrifice and the cannibalism that's been going on over here at the the pedophilia there there's something there but the rest of it campbell everybody in hollywood and he saying although there's of their pedophilia parties and pedophilia rings there is no that's not there isn't as this commonplace ladies and gentlemen and many of the hollywood actors that you see go on the screen what you don't know is they bring a which they go up big ceos right there on the sat and then they worship douglas and allowed devils to come into them before they take part in what they're going to add gets a fat joey oh yeah it's true i i was in one movie and we did that where is he say can it a big thames yeah this is your in his preacher thing turkish you know he's like working it's like working with a a child who's not quite sure what we're few years to worry you as you said the trackside but i know where i live it ray here spirit cooking they call it spirit cooking and they use the blood of children in recipes and it works fat oh he does sage speaking of the.

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"howard brown" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"howard brown" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Amazing test easier to get exclusively here and there just happened this why this is already set up a week ago pastor rodney howard brown that was in congress a month ago and they told him or the planned to physically kill the president burst they said physically removing but now he's talked to him again they said no kill he's one visit by the secret service again but the secret service hasn't visited phil mud former deputy director of the cia and former director of the fbi deputy director playing last week but deep stake get ready to kill trump flat truly the big news here they're trying to make trout standdown we're trying to make trump back off they're trying to make prop basically skept down threatening his family enactment we have that inside and tell so i of the headline out there today trump the step down only if you're hoechst into submitting to it or only if he can made broke broken which i don't see happening as long as our prayers and should continue we also have the tried to push the stock market crash cut a bully all these ceos did not bringing jobs back because that'll kill globalism but the american recovery naturally happened uh this is an amazing down to be alive but we do have mainstream media openly announcing and pushing plans to kill the president distant make everybody think he's done if they're on tv say in his all economic council this collapse at their own tvs got a kelly me must be on his way out this is mindcontrol by a very weak evil twisted out of control group trauma walk through qian tell all miss in this hour that i'm going to turn it over with a wild horses cadre meawhile must have every minute to not the secondstring but the real new firstrank people i go on troyer added david nights getting back a town today the course gerry haven coming in and so many others because it's the great mind out there like they're ben utilize irs of yours but held this turn this around so tell us some of your observations some of your views are sort of what's coming up gary haven and order troyer back in the eighty action house speaker sia i get a to you're not very good at checkin vacation i watched jumping yesterday but i'm glad you here we're living in a.

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