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COVID in Your Genes: The Risk Factors
"Since march we've been discussing how. Covert nineteen varies between different people depending on their genes and back at the start. The evidence was patchy. Look how far we've come a recent study combines. The work of a couple thousand geneticists using dna kindly contributed for millions of people around the world to pin down which common genetic variations are doing us dirty. The study hasn't yet been peer reviewed. But it's such a large collaboration that we're going to spend the whole program learning what they've found hughes geneticists nathan pearson from the cove in nineteen hosts genetics initiative. We have uneven examples where human genetic variation shapes who gets given infection and maybe shapes how severely they get it at cetera so we had kind of a hunch going in like other infectious diseases. This might play out similarly and given. That's our expertise. That's our our bailiwick. What can we bring to the table along with everyone else from you know. Virologists themselves to public health. Scientists to people are studying all facets at every scale of society and our response to it. What can we bring to understanding. How responses vary perhaps in part by the genetic spellings the dna in us. And did you have a hunch. About how much of role. Genetics would play personally. I didn't go in with a strong hunch. Either way and i think that people who are more expert in corona viruses or in viruses generally in in our responses to them might have gone in with stronger or weaker. Hunches on that front but for me it was sort of an open question and i think for a lot of our colleagues we felt similarly we. We weren't gonna put all our chips on that part of the of of the board but that we might have some say let they give you an example. There you know one of the better studied viruses before this one that afflicts people was hiv. And we know for example that human genetic variation in a couple of parts of our genome strongly shapes who gets hiv generally controls the load of that virus over time. It's a very different kind of virus so we can't extrapolate too much from hiv because it stays in us. It's a retrovirus. But we knew that it played a role in addition to the variation hiv one hiv to etcetera in the virus. Itself
Cloud Journey | Change Management and Adoption
"Today's guest is cecelia komo. Welcome to the status quo. Cecilia san. I'm so excited to be here. I'd love to start our conversation today with your journey. Your career journey. Can you share with a little bit about your story. Sure i'd love to and my committee journey is one. That is not linear so i think many people are surprised to learn that i came straight out of engineering school from the university of illinois and started my career as a military communication analysts so really designing and analyzing scenarios for wartime and the end of the world And i did that while. I was a hughes fellow at hughes space and calm and at the end of that i realized I didn't want to see in the classified world for my career. So i joined the internal project within the company which lucky me turned into its own company which is directtv so a satellite tv company challenging the cable industry with an improved customer experience. I'm better selection pricing and That business just took off and so as part of the engineering team of a company that had a startup culture but the cash you know from a larger company which risk hughes i just moved from You know over a range of different engineering roles. Everything from doing satellite design to negotiating transmission standards for high definition to a testing and certifying consumer electronics and then also leading big projects to build out broadcast center infrastructure.
Texas lawmakers advance a bill that would make voting more difficult
"The state Senate. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal has more on that. One of the bill's main sponsors. Republican Senator Bryan Hughes defended the proposed restrictions, saying Texans confidence in elections eroded after the 2020 presidential election. Democratic Senator Carol Alvarado said 56% of those who took advantage of expanded voting hours, for example, were minorities. Who are you really targeting? To try to drastically reduce the number of hours and times that voters can vote well, century. As you know, there's nothing in this bill that Has to do with targeting specific group Democratic Senator Royce West said the bill could lead to violent disputes between poll watchers and elections officials. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News 170,000 Illegal Immigrants cross
Google, Facebook and Twitter face off with Washington, DC Again
"Facebook ceo mark zuckerberg google ceo sundar pichai and twitter ceo. Jack dorsey will appear before a house subcommittee meeting later today to discuss the role in fomented misinformation. The what are we actually expect to hear. Roger chang and this is your daily charge with us offer preview the proceedings is google reporter rich. Never welcome rich eight each before we get into today's session. You you just give us a quick review of all the times that big tech has appeared before congress and why they've been called in because it's been a number of times at this point over even the last year they've they've showed up to dc or at least virtually with increased frequency right. Yes so it seems like this is a regular occurrence now. But they've been called in for a bunch of things in the past. The big thing was antitrust. Last time they've also been called for an anti gay bias. That republicans are alleging. It been called for election interference in the two thousand sixteen election as well as twenty twenty election and they've been called for data collection in. So it's a it's a pretty regular occurrence days. Yeah it's it's old hat but for this session which is about this information on. What what are we expecting to hear. And what are some of the central themes about misinformation We're going to be hearing about this. One is is about misinformation and disinformation in particular and congress has a lot to choose from. In terms of nate. They tech here The election misinformation. For this this past election we got the lead up to the storming of the capital in how misinformation and disinformation but to extremism. And we got kobe. Nineteen misinformation about the causes in the vaccine. And you know what that means for for everybody going forward. So there's there's a lot hughes from.
Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting
"Lease and former associates, a 21 year old Ahmad Elissa. The Hughes gunman in the Colorado shootings describe the suspect is sometimes prone to rage or delusions that a motive behind the shooting that killed 10 people, including a police officer, remains unknown. Facing 10 counts of first degree murder Elissa due to make a first court appearance tomorrow.
Howard Hughes: A Successful Mystery From Birth
"Howard hughes was born in one thousand nine hundred five. Perhaps on christmas eve although that seems their documents say different things but we'll say christmas eve in humble texas which is kind of ironic for a man who was anything but humble or houston texas. It sounds like i think it was used because one of the mysteries of his life is that his birth certificate was never found and it was only when he in world war two came around that his aunts had verifies to win. It was born and where the first place so to. This is just typical of a man who lived his whole life with mystery. They don't even have the real birth certificate for that is pretty fascinating in and of itself a man who would ultimately come to be a mysterious figure in so many ways an only child to parents who really didn't have much to start with but whose father and this is just interesting. You know when you think about what's nature and what's nurture that's a big question in the life of howard hughes in that. His father had nothing but his father who was originally from missouri discovered. Or let you say. Designed built a drill bet to drill oil with current and it revolutionize the oil industry because prior to the invention of this drill bit conventional drills. Were basically destroyed when they hit extremely hard rock formations so this particular drill devised a way to go through those formations and in fact it developed at fascinating name. It will feels people called it. The rock eater. Because that's exactly what it did it revolutionize the oil industry and ultimately made howard hughes senior hearts father fabulously wealthy and that was actually the basis of his sons origin. What's also fascinating in terms of. What do you take away from your parents and learn or what has to do with you. Know nate intelligence but he not only built this thing in revolutionized the industry but he chose to a patent it and be rented not sell it. Which really was instrumental in not only making his fortune but keeping his fortune in the sense that ultimately people were always dependent on renting these pieces. No one else could make these pieces. And so this became really for life in many ways a source of howard hughes juniors money
Texas governor backs law to stop social media sites from banning users
"Bill proposed in the state legislature that aims to protect free speech is garnering support from the governor. Governor Rabbit joined Senator Bryan Hughes in front of a small crowd in Tyler, urging lawmakers to pass the legislation that would make it illegal for big tech companies to kick social media users off their sites for promoting conservative speech making sure that their voices We're gonna be heard and not canceled or silence. The bill that will soon be in front of the House and the Senate would also allow Texans who have been banned from social media sites to sue big tech
Texas governor backs law to stop social media sites from banning users
"In the state Legislature. The names to protect free speech is garnering support from Governor Abbott Governor Rabbit joined US Senator Bryan Hughes in front of a small crowd and Tyler urging lawmakers to pass the legislation that would make it illegal for big tech companies to kick social media users off their sites for promoting conservative speech making sure that their voices We're gonna be heard and not canceled or silence. The bill that will soon be in front of the House and the Senate would also allow Texans who have been banned from social media sites to sue big tech companies.
Bonus #7 "An Audience of One" Larry Wilson - burst 1
"I don't really tell jokes. So i think it just not sort of what i do when i think when someone says oh jack i always think of our good friend. Kevin pollock who. I used to play poker with a lot in los angeles and kevin will be cracking up the whole table stuff. I remember joke that he told one time that. Let him right cambridge. Oh so. I'll tell. I can't wait. I love oh. My god these kevin story to back you know but I love the joke especially in kevin. Does he does all these accents. And cardinal these ten tastic hughes of the oh. I'm just on behalf of the joke. Here old greenish miller chairman sitting around a men's club and they're ruminating about their history and there's some younger men there and when the older and says oh originals captured younger champs about the time you came face to face with a man eating tiger in burma and originals only head of causing cultural experience or out in the bush search and had no idea while the movie i cooled open some of the grass and there. I was face to face with an eight hundred thousand ryan. I'm ashamed to say. I told myself what are the younger men says. Walk to miller. I wouldn't feel bad at all. Anyone were over to have that reaction with man eating lion into residences. No i meant just now when i went. I love that
Unemployment check glitch in Washington DC
"Two very important deliveries this week, unemployment checks and covert vaccines. The first was delayed due to a glitch. The second was because of the weather. The 39,000 people relying on unemployment benefits, who didn't get their weekly check last week. We'll see it soon. All of the impacted claimants that did not receive a payment should expect to receive a payment within 2 to 3. Business Days. D C. Employment services director unique Morris Hughes says it will consider cloud back up with a plan to replace the system that failed. Meanwhile, vaccine delivery was interrupted last week due to inclement weather. It did cause some of our hospital and health care provider. To have to cancel first appointment clinics. However, D c health director doctor look wandering. Nesbit says No one who made an appointment through the city's portal registration saw a cancelation and it expects to get last week's vaccine delivered this week. Meghan Cloherty w T O p
T.J. Oshie scores twice, Capitals come back to beat Devils
"Alex Loveridge kids power play goal with four oh four remaining lifted the caps past the devils for three of its games tally gave Washington a four two lead but New Jersey got within a goal with Nikita Gusev B. Craig Anderson with eleven point nine seconds left T. J. Oshie scored twice to end his nine game goal drought yeah it's been a while it it felt nice to see one hit the back of the net there and hopefully I can put myself more positions to to get some shots on net and and find something it's more goals John Carlson had a third period goal was the caps won for just the third time in eight games New Jersey got goals from Andreas Johnsson and Jack Hughes before blowing a two one lead I'm Dave Ferrie
Elon Musk - The Man Behind Tesla and SpaceX
"Well who's elon. Musk well if you don't know you're gonna find out right now. There is so much news internet entertainment on ilan mosque. And i want to tell you that this is only the basics of aeon. Musk who he is. There is plenty to find out about him. I will leave some of the links and the show notes. So don't forget to look but who is elon. Musk and how does he lawns story began. Well he is a visionary entrepreneur and the co founder of paypal and tesla motors as well as the founder of the new space x program which is very popular to day his astounding success has given rise to comparisons to the uniqueness of howard hughes and the tenacity of a henry ford but he did have an often difficult childhood like most of us kids his own age made fun of him from his own descriptions the years were lonely and brutal alon is quoted as saying they got my best friend to lure me out of hiding so they could beat me up and that hurt. That's when i realized that they were going to go after me non stop. That's what made growing up difficult for a number of years. There was no respite. You get chased around by gangs. These gangs tried to beat the insert. Swearword here out of me. And then i'd come home and it would just be awful there as well but not all was wasted. This difficulty cultivated itself into a relentless work ethic a never ending tenacious vision of the future. You see enron was born and raised in south africa and he spent some time in canada before finally moving to the united states thin and the united states. He was educated at the university of pennsylvania. A very good school majoring in physics. That's when ilan started to excel and experiment to soon. Become a serial tech entrepreneur with early successes like zip to an x dot com. He took on two majors at the university of pennsylvania but his time there wasn't all work with a fellow student. He bought a tin bedroom fraternity house which they used as an ad hoc nightclub will. Musk graduated with a bachelor of science and physics at all as a bachelor of arts in economics from the wharton school for ilan. Physics made the deepest impression. He is again quoted as saying and somewhat giving directions to boiling things down to their fundamental truths and reason up from their. Musk was twenty four years old when he moved to california to pursue at phd in applied physics at stanford university with the internet. Exploding in silicon valley booming. Musk had entrepreneurial visions on his mind and dropped out of the physics program just after two days but in two thousand and four. Musk joined to engineers to help. Run tesla motors. You've all heard of tesla motors right. Well this is where. Musk was integral and designing the first electric car. There's no doubt the electric car is the car of the future. But his first car the he designed was the tesla roadster as we are all aware of the tesla has become one of the world's most popular and coveted car brands and is still growing in popularity in the united states and in many different countries tesla and the electric car are taking over but we must never forget about musk's early interest in reading philosophy science fiction and fantasy novels and how that played a big role. I mean a huge role in the inventor that he is today. It is reflected in his sense of idealism and concern with human progress. He aims to work in the areas he has identified as crucial to our future specifically the internet. The transition to renewable energy sources and space colonization and. Ilan has been all over the media. Making three podcast episodes on the joe rogan experience while the first one in which he smoked. Marijuana was pretty funny but in a maximum article. I found this elon. Musk's third appearance on the joe rogan. Experience podcast the genius. Tesla and spacex. Ceo did reveal intriguing plans for a floating tesla. Musk revealed that the long awaited second generation tesla roadster could have a space x package that would allow it to hover at a limited altitude above the ground. Something that we have never seen before with all these new inventions floating around. Is it any wonder why everyone is watching. And curious about ilan's next big thing. Well at tesla fans are awaiting the cyber truck which will make an appearance at the end of twenty twenty one and the exciting numbers are in for ilan's wealth elon. Musk started twenty twenty with a worth of about twenty seven billion dollars and was barely in the top fifty richest people then in july of twenty twenty. Musk past warren buffett. The great billionaire to become the seventh richest person in november. Musk raced past bill gates to become the second richest person. Musk has gained more wealth over the past twelve months then gates his entire net worth of one hundred and thirty two billion dollars and according to cnbc elon. Musk just became the richest person in the world. With a net worth of more than one hundred and eighty five billion dollars alone recently had a new marker for his wealth and that is so cool because of all his inventions and his time spent caring and wanting the united states and the world to move ahead has made a name for himself. There is no doubt an increase in tesla's share price pushed. Musk past jeff bezos of amazon. Who had been the richest person since two thousand seventeen. You see musk's wealth surge over. The past year marks the fastest rise to the top of the rich list and history but why because he is investing in the future. It marks a dramatic financial turnaround for the famed entrepreneur. Because he cares about what happens in our future so with all his wealth experimentation and knowledge elon. Musk is our future and for those. That are young enough to dream about being an elon. Musk it must start with your curiosity with reading and learning more and more about new and different things and that i want for you and your children now and in the future.
Fort Worth Police Officer Chadwick Hughes Fired For ‘Racially Insensitive’ Social Media Posts, Dallas
"Worth police officer. His job in response to a racially insensitive Facebook post before Worth officer has been fired, according to news partner W. F A. A TV three year department veteran Chadwick use because the second officer and less than a year to be fired for Shane what has been called racially insensitive content. An internal affairs investigation determined that Hughes We had been on restricted duty since January was in violation of orders related to the use of Social media. John Scat E W. B A P News Dallas Nonprofits
"hughes" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Ice cream. You give them ice cream so imagine you're about a guy that gets them or would you it to that dogs give it something happens for the dick brain and the brain brain line and you've got about eighteen nineteen seconds of strong dick and you can jump on that ride the end tonight and that is what happens is i don't know why i don't know why but every time is this only happens one time with you. Have you heard that this is not with other people. And i tried it on my boyfriend at the time and it was that is amazing. Nice cream out of the free throw like don't play around. He's is about to go in and it goes live. Run to the free ice cream. Given ice cream came about a minute. he'll be back. Could we ready to go again. I don't know why. I think it's a sugar. The cold every swimmer who swam the freezing cold tunnel and then had a semi. And there's nothing you can do about it while he's collect mental on national television to the ice cream ice cream trick is i've i've done this show so many times and i get so many tweets from older couple. Yeah about the ice cream is fascinating and finally told me. About the gucci handbag gooch saw obviously. There's a man's life that sense. If is the little strip not po. Part don't man's of the part of a month body in between his bulls in his also. Yes they called the tango taints right. It's terrible. it feels terrible. Terrible terrible words right. And i discovered that if you lick that gooch any grown man becomes your bitch like literally like i'm obsessed with the like the the madness. The the the masculine. Just fly out buddy. If beautiful with witness the i've seen the hardest men the most match so many men get reduced to tiny lesbian puppies late. Should like icon but they become so so tests that we all fluid and no one is one hundred percent masculine one hundred percent feminine. Because i have seen the most masculine men become tiny dainty. Yeah legis little beautiful princesses and they're just like the noise comes out of their mouth never heard before and they don't know because they've never before so that's good and you just feel so much power as a woman that you've made a man do that like just as a ma and convulsed in a mess and that is what licking the dot and i call that a gucci handbag because of gucci handbag. Oh fucking love you will so fun. Everyone should go out to catch a dick as she said. If you're not doing it for the last for the suit from the tip you'll leave a better lover and a happier person for sure in love with london hughes i am i i speech. But you've done it. We have been through so much together cried in front of did again. Yeah that could of credit for now. I don't know the official a week. Exactly i said essentially a week. You made me cry. is you a mess. No just like. I love that. We've been able to talk about this. Please do more and now you do so march. Please continue stuff like this. Because it's so important to talk freely and openly. And i've never really been a some of the things we discussed. They have never been able to do an cost. Because you know there's always a theme we have to drink a shot in between we thought to solve a murder mystery. Come on and cry. Eleven and i did and i'm very honored. Thank you so much for having me. We'll thank you for sharing. I mean these are the conversations we have last year's of kicks the door open on all of our hearts. And i feel as though this is the year to now take that and turn in something like let's now let's just running at change. Individual chained cultural change climate. Fucking chain all the big changes change exactly exactly every kind of change you. What desiring so london. Before you go off the busy life to smashing america breaking it will you tell what do you weigh. I weigh my positive. And how i somehow miraculously come back and bounce back. I never ever ever let anything fully get me down. I also way. Mike reflex. Because i am top tier fucking take and that's very important. I'm the bigger than that. I way leaving a legacy. That's what i wanna do. I want to be the young black. Go i never saw on tv growing up. And that's why i do what i d. That's why way love that. And i'm so happy that your hair banks opening your heart and and you and your you'll sex book. Yeah oh thank you very much great. Stop what i'm here. Can i just plug everything. I'm monty. she's all over the last please. If you're a fan if you liked what you heard just like. What's the catch on netflix extreme. Now he's also watched the net off the party. Which is netflix. I ever chat show hosted by myself. Fortune theme stunned david spade stream. Now and please watch he fears towards which is a fun. Show hosted by nicholas cage. But i make very funny appearance streaming now and just live your best lives and thank. Thank you for for me. Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode i way was jimmy. Jamila produced research by myself. Erin finnegan kimmy gregory. It is edited by andrew carlson and the beautiful music. You're hearing now is made by my boyfriend. James blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. I really appreciate it. An- amps me up to bring on better and better guests. Lastly i way we would love to hear from you and share. What you way at the end of this po cost you can leave us a voicemail at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three emails. What you way at highway podcast at gay male dot com. It's not impounding kilos those that it's all about your just. You've you know you've been on the instagram anyway. 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[TEST] OA461: SO MUCH WINNING!
"Arguments. This is episode. Four sixty one. I'm thomas that's andrew. How you doing sir. I'm fantastic thomas. how're you. I am not tired of winning. Well i thought we were gonna get so tired of women. Yeah well no not not not under biden. Never tired of it well. I'm just tired of general tiring time but winning is not one of the things making me tired. That's the the opposite. In fact let the record reflect. The thomas is not tired of winning it. All we're going to talk about some wins. I think today right. We are Love it. I love winds also before we get this show started What is latinos for trump. Oh my gosh okay so like a dozen of you have sent me this lawsuit. It is an and again. I'm grading on a curve. Here i have read a dozen. Sit me powell. Cracking how much can align curve like. You're you're grading on a circle. Words do not do justice of how insane this lawsuit is. We are aware of it. It is definitely going to be either a fun tuesday. Like let's let's breakdown would like lawyers lose their minds lake at right stuff anyway Or we might do it for a lot off respect but in any event like i promise you i promise you i promise you listeners. We we have seen this lawsuit and we have gloried in. It can't wait for that other quick announcements we have back to back q. And a.'s coming out you real soon hughes day. Hewson as the plenty of cues to a. Don't worry plenty of cues. We've got the one on tuesday. I might be when you're hearing this depending on your Your patrons status but we've got one on tuesday. That's the normal monthly qna. That's tuesday at three pacific six eastern. Make sure to hop onto the youtube channel. And join us for that. There is so much talk about so much in fact that we've got another which is what was the last time last episode. Our new weekly cuna app. So if you want to check that out make sure you hop on that stereo up follow at torres and at serious pod and just you'll see the event that we have scheduled every tuesday hop on there so much fun. Don't worry we will not run out of questions. In fact i think in our normal monthly kyun as we get through like twenty percent of the question. So i was gonna i was gonna say third but i am so can't wait. Those are both going to be so much fun and having said that i think We get to start the show now. Announcement
Wedgewood gets first NHL in over 3 years as Devils blank Isles
"The devils won a defensive battle and gained a split of their two game set with the islanders to nothing in Newark Scott Wedgewood turned back twenty eight shots in his third career shutout and first NHL win in over three years I've got a good job of pairing myself to be ready for this opportunity came and you know the other night nothing nothing anyone can do we just have our best and we came out tonight is a full team and I got the job done he did some of his best work what's the errors began to press in the third period Ty Smith assisted on goals by Jack Hughes impossibles aka is the devil's approved a three one one Ilya Sorokin blanked the devils over the last two periods but the islanders were shut out for the second time in five games this season both was stroking in the lineup I'm Dave Ferrie
Kristy Swanson defends Trump from 'cancel culture,' demands to be removed from John Hughes films
"Actress. Kristy swanson wants to be cancelled and she wants to be cancelled to support a president trump. So let me explain this forty five years ago. Well she's she wants to get in the time machine and b. Can't let me explain last week. Fans called for trump to be digitally removed from home alone two loss to new york and over the weekend. She tweeted because she was worried. Who want oh. We want to be digitally removed. Taken out of home alone to wow. This is scary and kind of tearing down. Statues is one thing but that digit physical but digitally removed. That's interesting yeah. I agree to this thing is like you're honoring racist or whatever but like he was in there was an extra ticket. Oj naked gun ignored. Berg gotta make berg. So she's kind of calling the bluff in some way says if cancel culture is really going to have donald trump removed from the john hughes movie Then in support of my president. I'd like to have myself officially removed from the john hughes films. Pretty in pink and fares. Buehler's day off now if you don't remember pretty in pink. She's at the very end. I think she's credited as like miss duckie. Because she's the one that jon cryer sees at the end and like she gives him a little wave and then the credits roll in fair to dealers. Day off. I think she's the one that does the speech about fairs like my sister's boyfriend's cousin's you know some fainted flavors. I heard it's pretty serious. That's kristy swanson. So she wants both of those clips removed. Of course twitter is just beating the shit out of her for this. You are in that. Who are you. Who cares but You know she makes a point. She kept her mustang in my warehouse for six months where you are right now. No i have multiple warehouses. Why i asked. Yeah i wish. I could remember the street name address but glendale with all that really how it got to me. Or she's needed a place to keep her her her mustang. I had no idea how hard core she was. She is hard goddamn core man. Twitter bio is like some about quitting. Proud mom god. I was very religious. I only know her second hand my dear friend lindsay parker who is in the movie flowers in the attic with her when they were when she was a baby i mean. How old is that movie. Remember from the mid eighty s. She worked with swanson played her sister and said she was
Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry
"Today's storyteller was a playwright and activist. Who stories centered. African american working class families despite tragically short career. She became the first black woman to have a play produced on broadway half a century later her work remains one of the most celebrated snapshots of black struggles and black joy. Here's the story of lorraine hands berry lorraine hands berry was born on may nineteenth nineteen thirty on the south side of chicago. Her father carl. Augustus was a prominent figure. Within the city's black community having founded one of the first african american banks growing up lorraine and her three older siblings played host to a number of famous people including langston hughes. Wabc boys duke ellington and olympic gold. Medalist jesse owens. Despite their middle class status and cultural connections the hands berries were still subject to chicago's deeply ingrained. Housing segregation agreements known as restrictive covenants were widespread throughout the city. White property owners could collectively agree not to sell to african americans. This practice created a ghetto known as the black belt which ran through the south side when lorraine was eight years old. Her father secretly bought a home. In one of the so-called restricted heads in nineteen thirty seven when the family moved in a white mob attacked a brick was thrown through the window narrowly missing lorraine the local homeowners association filed an injunction for the hands berries to vacate lorraine her siblings were chased spat and beaten during their walks to and from school the supreme court of illinois doubled down on the legality of the restrictive covenant. And the hands. Berries were forced out of their home eventually the. Us supreme court overruled this ruling on a technicality. Thirty blocks subsequently opened up to black families across the south side while this ruling and the hands fight did not outlaw restrictive covenants. It did signal. The beginning of the end for the practice lorraine attended. Chicago's englewood high school where she became interested in theatre. She initially attended the university of wisconsin. Where she cut her teeth with the communist party but left after two years in one thousand nine hundred fifty lorraine moved to new york to be a writer by nineteen fifty one lorraine had found a home in harlem and began socializing with many of the great thinkers who had once visited her family back in chicago. She started writing for paul robeson freedom a progressive newspaper at a protest against racial discrimination at new york university lorraine met robert number off a jewish writer. They married at her family home in chicago. In nineteen fifty three in nineteen. Six robert co wrote the hit song. Cindy oh cindy it's prophets allowed lorraine to stop working to focus on writing. She began developing a play that she initially called. The crystal stair langston hughes poem mother to son she would later changed the name to a raisin in the sun. This too was from a langston hughes poem called harlem. What happens to a dream deferred. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun or faster like a sore and then run a raisin in the sun centers on a black working class family in chicago south side as they try to improve their financial situation. The patriarch of the family has died and a ten thousand dollar insurance payout is imminent they the money to buy a house in the cheaper all white neighborhood nearby to they use it to invest in a liquor store and education lorraine based many of the characters on the families who rented from her father and with whom she attended high school the cast safer one character was entirely black lorraine was in her twenties and the play itself dealt with racism life in chicago's black belt and the pain of assimilation into white culture topics that were considered risky for the predominantly white theater. Going crowd it took over a year to raise enough money to put the play up. When it debuted in nineteen fifty-nine a raisin in the sun was the first play written by a black woman to be produced on broadway and the first to be led by an african american director lorraine was twenty nine years old. The play was an almost instant. Hit the new york drama critics circle named it. The best play of the year just five months after its broadway debut arisen in the son of in london's west end in nineteen sixty one. A film starring much of the original cast was released and several of the actors received golden globe. Nominations perhaps the most important element of the play success was that entailing box stories. Lorraine also make theater accessible and previously unimaginable ways as the writer. James baldwin noted. I had never in my life seen so many black people in the theater and the reason was that never before in the entire history of the american theatre had so much of the truth of black people's lives and seen on the stage. Black people had ignored the theatre because the theatre had always ignored them lorraine would go on to finish in stage. Just one other. Play the sign in sidney bruce. Deans window about a jewish intellectual the play which explored themes of homosexuality and the bohemian lifestyle. Debuted to mixed reviews in nineteen sixty four. It ran for just over one hundred performances closing on january twelfth. Nineteen sixty five. That's same day. Lorraine hanbury died of pancreatic cancer. She was thirty four years old. After lorraine's death. Her ex husband robert had several of her plays produced posthumously to be young gifted and black became an autobiographical work. Drawing on lorraine's letters interviews and journal entries the title came from a nineteen sixty four speech of lorraine's when she spoke to the winners of a united negro fund writing competition. She said speech though. It be thrilling marvellous thing to be merely young and gifted in such times it is doubly so w dynamic to be young gifted and black
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"hughes" Discussed on Historical Figures
"That's one version of what went through Nixon's head prior to Watergate anyway and the version that Watergate Senate investigators believed while it's impossible to say for sure that the Howard Hughes money was the primary motivator behind the crime. The theory does check out after all one man buying both. The Republican president in the DNC chairman was bound to lead to chaos Howard Hughes was so paranoid and power hungry that he catalyzed one of the worst crises in American political history in his book citizen Hughes which focuses on Howard's involvement with Watergate reporter Michael Draws in characterizes Howard as the portrait of Dorian Gray Dorian Gray here being the broad corruption plaguing American politics and the time of Richard Nixon Howard was far from the only player involved in the Watergate scandal but his declining physical and mental state reflected just how ugly things had gotten in Washington long before the cracks started to show at the White House and in his late sixties. He was declining even more quickly. His body was covered in bed sores. He was excruciatingly thin malnourished and his mind perhaps most of all was increasingly teetering into a chasm of delusions. He wasn't just watching movies now. He was watching them on repeat namely his favourite film. Ice Station Zebra a nineteen sixty eight spy thrillers set in the Arctic which he watched over one hundred fifty times and also his least favourite of the films he made as head of our. Ko Nineteen fifty six's flop the conqueror. He reportedly spent millions of dollars buying up every copy in existence just as he'd once tried to bury swell Hogan his first film but this time instead of hiding away the copies he said to have watched the movie every night before going to bed his personal projectionist of course wearing a blindfold so only Howard would see the screen. He was also reportedly completely unable to grasp the Watergate situation as it unfurled between nineteen seventy two and nineteen seventy four. The products of his Labor had escaped him on April fifth. Nineteen seventy six. At seventy years old he died. He was flying from his final residence. The Acapulco Princess Hotel in Mexico to the Methodist Hospital in Houston his hometown. The cause of death was kidney failure which had been exacerbated. Thanks to decades of drug use and likely Howard's pension to refuse the advice of his doctors as one of them put it. He made his own decisions about anything. How Berry Howard Hughes in the end Howard was a man of his times from start to finish a Hollywood wonder canned when the movies were the beating heart of an enthusiastic young nation. A pilot when flight was the fresh exciting frontier of human achievement. A man of integrity and power when in the postwar world America was beguiled by its own wealth and power a corrupt power hungry delusional man when the country realized it couldn't trust its leaders but like most people whose glorious beginnings lead to appalling ends. Howard's dark tendencies were there from the beginning. That's the case with the next man were covering in falls from grace to Roman Polanski like Howard. He was beloved. Hollywood filmmaker director of classics. Like Rosemary's baby until he became a fugitive from the law fleeing charges of drugging and raping eighteen year-old.
"hughes" Discussed on Historical Figures
"As Howard explained. It wasn't that he wanted one particular favor from a given politician. He wanted power and control. That would be there whenever he needed it. He wanted the government on his payroll and while he didn't succeed in hiring the entire Kennedy Organization. He did succeed in getting Larry. O'brien Bobby Kennedy's campaign manager into his book. Keeping a useful man to have in your pocket considering he'd go on to be the head of the DNC but not all of the politicians Howard Hughes sponsored loved his association with that organization. Which brings us to Richard Nixon Howard Hughes supported Nixon throughout his political career. As far back as Nineteen fifty-six when Nixon was Vice President Howard had loaned the Nixon family would amount to more than one point five million dollars today Nixon's brother. Donald used the money to bail out his failing fast food. Chain of course usually when one gives alone it's secured with something of equivalent value for example a mortgage which is secured on the value of your home and of course eventually repaid hughes loan to the Nixon's meanwhile was secured with an empty piece of land valued at thirteen thousand dollars a fraction of the loan value and was never repaid as in. It sounds a whole lot more like a gift then alone no strings attached or perhaps with few strings as soon as the money had changed hands. The IRS approved the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as a tax exempt charity after twice previously having declared it he device for siphoning off otherwise taxable income. This suspicious so-called loan made its way into the press in the final days before the nineteen sixty election when Nixon was first running for president and the scandal may have impacted his chances in the hotly contested race as he put it. I must have answered questions about the Hughes Loan. At least a hundred times the media the story and played it up big because it was so damaging to me still it did nothing to cool Nixon's appetite for Hugh's money during the nineteen sixty eight election season Nixon and Howard connected once again this time. The Hugh's money tying them together was a cool one hundred thousand dollars about seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars today and instead of going right to the Nixon family. It went to a bank account in the name of Charles. Beebe rebozo close associate. In confidante presumably the purpose of this unofficial campaign gift was a personal nature. Nixon could get it from Rebozo when he needed it for his private expenses. As for Howard. It seems to have proven useful too. Soon after the money changed hands. He weasel his way out of some legal issues with his Air West Takeover. He'd been indicted for conspiring to manipulate the airline stock defrauding shareholders of sixty million dollars and airline which it's worth noting was the beneficiary of multiple route franchises and mail subsidies this time the money carefully concealed in rebozo account. Didn't make its way to the press and Nixon finally sailed into the White House. He was sworn in as president on January twentieth nineteen. Sixty-nine meanwhile in Nineteen Seventy Howard gave up on Nevada. He didn't like the nuclear tests that the government were running in the desert to spite his petitions to have them stopped or the fact that despite his extraordinary wealth and power there were other wealthy powerful players bidding on Las Vegas. Perhaps it's no surprise that a man so obsessed with power and control would wanna find somewhere where he'd be the only big fish around. He was waffling between Mexico. And the Bahamas. He wasn't sure which would allow him greater political influence. Has He put it in a memo? Please consider the problems in obtaining empire status in the end. It was the Bahamas despite Howard's lifelong racism and as a result his distrust of a black government paradise island seemed like his only escape from the constant threat of nuclear contamination and rivals in Nevada on November twenty fifth nineteen seventy. He was carried out of the desert in via the fire escape by his Mormon AIDS wearing clothes for the first time since he arrived for years earlier Blue Pajamas. He was six foot four. And just over one hundred pounds emaciated after years of lying in bed and picking it food his hair. Meanwhile was almost twenty four inches long uncut for years. Sorry sight one that would have shocked the media and the mini politicians. He bribed for power and influence at both the DNC and in the Republican White House. This was the man behind the curtain. The man pulling the puppet strings but no one got a chance to see him. He was ushered into an unmarked van under cover of darkness then carried onto a private jet and finally to another Ninth Floor Hotel Penthouse this time in the Britannia Beach Hotel on Paradise Island.
"hughes" Discussed on Historical Figures
"For Howard. The obsession fueling. His tissue compulsion was a growing tear of germs. He'd been fearful of germs for a long time avoiding handshakes even in his early years in Hollywood but now his nervous distrust had grown into a full blown terror. Another compulsion that may have emerged during Howard's initial period of isolation in nineteen fifty. Eight was the fifty two year olds need to constantly watch movies their various explanations for it. Some commentators think he was studying the craft of filmmaking others have suggested he was trying to take his mind off of the physical pain. That never went away after his nineteen forty six crash despite the coding but while he may have felt either or both of these motivations Howard's constant and insistent need to have films playing certainly fits the bill a compulsion to when fifty two year old Howard finally emerged from the theater at the end of the summer of nineteen fifty eight. He hadn't washed trimmed his nails or cut his hair and he wasn't ready to now either. He continued many of the habits. He'd cultivated in the theater at the Beverly Hills. Hotel in a pink bungalow where despite his own filth he became even more obsessed with germs. The danger after all came from outside not from him it was about contamination about the uncontrollable outside getting in and hurting him so he established some rules I he designated the select group of people who are allowed to deal with him personally or even handle anything he planned to handle this rapidly shrunk to a small crew of Mormon aides who Howard reportedly liked because they worked hard live clean and didn't drink every move this carefully selected group was governed by an ever growing hyper specific procedures manual to see Howard. They had to go through a thirty minute. Purification ritual called processing hands had to be washed four distinct and separate times using lots of lather each time from individual bars of soap. Then supplicants had to dawn. White cotton gloves. Often they'd enter Howard's bungalow to find Howard sitting naked with nothing but a pink. Beverly Hills Hotel Napkin on his laugh. Once in his room they were forbidden from touching Howard directly. Instead they did things like pick up his memos about business matters or cap jars of his urine which he demanded be stored in his Bel Air Garage. He couldn't bear to let it go. It was his. It belonged to him. The more AIDS weren't the only ones subject to Howard's rules his wife. Jean didn't escape his ever heightening. Need for control either. She wasn't invited into bungalow number four. She was kept in her own bungalow. She was highly discouraged from leaving the hotel and when she did go out. She was instructed to go out with an escort the escort. Meanwhile was equipped with detailed memos about her care for example. When going to the theater they were instructed. If necessary to open the doors entering the theater or closing the doors do so with the feet. Not The hands if it is necessary or common procedure to enter the theater with her to lower the seat for her. Do so with Kleenex. While Howard's obsessive controlling behavior was evident from his earliest days in Hollywood. He clearly took a turn for the worse in Bid Nineteen fifty eight for the much worse. It's not excessive to characterize the shift as a mental breakdown but if that much is clear the reason for this mental breakdown is a more difficult question to answer it. We have to look back to the period preceding nineteen fifty eight and do a bit of speculation in his Book Citizen. Hughes Michael Draws in argues that the breakdown was likely triggered by Howard sense that he was losing control through the nineteen fifties while from the outside he may have appeared on top of the world. His wealth ever-growing his status as a Hollywood legend cemented. In fact he was losing some of the direct control. He'd always cherished I. The Pentagon forced him to give up personal management of aviation company Hughes aircraft in the wake of his nineteen forty seven spruce goose scandal then in nineteen fifty five. He had to sell off our. Ko The dying studio system and internal conflict. Made it an untenable business. Next in nineteen fifty seven. Howard's chief accountant Noah. Dietrich quit his job he'd managed Howard's business affairs for over thirty years serving as something of a surrogate father. His loss felt like abandonment and betrayal. Finally there was Twa Howard's airline. He needed more investment for the company but the bankers wouldn't give the money without increased control over the business as draws and it. It was all too much. Everything was slipping through Howard's fingertips and he couldn't contain everything the way he'd contain the fallout of Swell Hogan it had all gotten too big hence the breakdown. The rapidly accelerating paranoia 's and obsessive compulsive behaviors. What he could control he would control few people. Outside of Howard's immediate circle understood that sure Howard Hughes had disappeared from the public eye gone recluse that was a bit eccentric and of course. His enormous wealth cut two ways on the one hand. It helped maintain a glamorous mystique around his disappearance from public life on the other. It added a sinister air to his disappearance. Suddenly the man behind the empire was simply a question. Mark and in fact for all Howard's paranoia about losing control of his empire in strain secretive behavior. He would only get richer in nineteen sixty. Six powered was still spending the large majority of his time secluded at the Beverly Hotel. It's likely that he couldn't come out of that. Seclusion to appear in court and fight for full control over his airline. Twa So Howard Hughes. Sold for five hundred and forty-six million dollars. It was to date the largest check to ever go to a single individual which brings us to the darkest most dangerous way Howard Hughes was grasping at power in his fight for control and ultimately safety he was using his enormous wealth to by the US. Government COMING UP. Howard shakes the very foundations of American democracy. Now back to the story in nineteen fifty eight at the age of fifty two. Howard Hughes began suffering from an apparent mental breakdown and it didn't get better his lifelong tendency towards obsession and a need for control spiraled to new extremes as he hid away from the world in Beverly Hills Bungalow number four only seeing a small group of Mormon Aids but all the while his wealth was growing culminating in a nineteen sixty six by out of his airline TWA which left him with five hundred. Forty six million dollars in easy cash. Today that's equivalent to almost four and a half billion and that was far from his whole fortune powers wealth enabled his mental illness in many ways it allowed him to hire the people he needed to take care of or control. His wife had bought him. Twenty four seven attention from his Mormon aides who tended to his anxiety fueled need it ensured that he was left undisturbed at the Beverly Hills Hotel by either hotel staff or nosy outsiders and in nineteen sixty six. He used his new windfall to switch to a new more secluded hideout the desert in in Las Vegas which he eventually purchased outright ensuring total control over his environment but he knew his money could do more by him more power more safety so he started scooping up Vegas Real Estate Casino after Casino. He wanted to run the city while still living in near complete isolation but there was a small problem. Las Vegas is governed by antitrust laws. One man wasn't supposed to own a whole casino on his own much less seven. So Howard doubled down on the classic rich. Man's way out. Showering politicians was money. But Howard didn't care about political parties and he didn't care about keeping his gifts on the official campaign contribution list. He was happy to pay for whatever a politician needed paid. Whether those expenses were personal or political in Nevada he used these practices to get in with the state. Governor Pawlak Salt and then to circumvent antitrust laws but his ambitions didn't just stop with Nevada politicians to truly secure his little desert empire. He needed national influence. He saw an opportunity for that. In nineteen sixty eight. When Democratic presidential candidate Senator Robert Kennedy was assassinated Hughes? Wrote the following memo to his chief. Bag Man in fixer Robert. Mayhew I see here an opportunity that may not happen again in a lifetime. I don't aspire to be president but I do want political strength. I want organization so that we would never have to worry about a Jerky. Little thing like this antitrust problem not in one hundred years kind of setup that if we wanted to could put governor lack salt in the White House in nineteen seventy two or seventy. Six later he clarified. What exactly he wanted mayhew to do with this opportunity. I want us to hire Bob. Kennedy's entire organization. I am not looking for political favors from them. I repeat. I don't want an alliance with the Kennedy Group. I want to put them on the payroll.
"hughes" Discussed on Historical Figures
"I there was his collection of women. He'd historically been interested in women around his own age but in the late nineteen forties and nineteen fifties after acquiring his own film. Studio are Ko. He started seeking out young. Starlets or Wannabe starlets. He'd sign them to exclusive contracts and then place them in bungalows where their diets were monitored and they were forbidden to date. Occasionally he'd sleep with them. Although many of them never met him at all in return he gave them singing and dancing lessons in promised to put them in the movies. This alarming treatment of girls and young women showed an increasing need for control but typically for the era and industry. This behavior didn't attract much attention at least not in the press contractually. Howard may of wiggled out of any unpleasantness by putting most of his Harem into the Nineteen fifty-five Arabian nights film son of Sinbad and on the surface. He seemed to be carrying on with the glamorous life of a Hollywood playboy in nineteen fifty seven. He even got married to the beautiful thirty year old actress. Jean Peters she was twenty one years his junior but in nineteen fifties Hollywood or even nineteen fifties America in general. This was not dreadfully unusual behavior. Still things got worse late in the spring of Nineteen fifty eight. He heard that his usual screening room at Goldwyn studios had been used by the all black cast of porgy and bess. He didn't like that he'd always been racist since his turn of the century Texas childhood and perceived black people as dirty. He wouldn't a screening room with them so Hughes announced to his aides that he wanted to screen some movies at a new location no sex projections studio on Sunset Boulevard. He entered the dark room alone. Shut the door and started the movies rolling. Then for the next three months he stayed there in screening room at first he wore a white shirt and Tan slacks often talking with his lawyers and bankers on the phone to check in about Business Affairs. Then slowly he stopped the calls. He stripped off his filthy clothes and he announced to his aides. Don't try to get me for anything. Wait until I call you. I don't want any messages handed to me. In this state of increasing isolation and Filth Howard did have some company surrounding him. Were Kleenex boxes. He used the tissues to wipe down the surfaces around him and the boxes he continually stacked and restocked these were habits he would retain throughout the rest of his life and are one reason for later speculation that he suffered from severe obsessive compulsive disorder or OCD. Perhaps it's fitting that when he disappeared into the dark of the theater. He told his wife. Jean Peters that he was in the hospital getting treated for an undiagnosed disease.
"hughes" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad
"On this week's episode of as me with Sinead. I have the great privilege of talking to somebody kind of on the other side of the world. I'm at home in Ireland. We're in the middle of DEMOC as I imagine you are too. It's touched all of the corners of the world. And I talking to somebody who I have admired what feels like since time immemorial but really for a very long period they are a writer and a podcast and somebody who uses comedy to disarm the world and educate them simultaneously in a way that I can only learn from deign to be like this week's guest of as was tonight is the extraordinary credible Akilah Hughes. Akilah thank you so much for being part of the show. Thank you so much. Wow that is the biggest compliment and honestly it feels weird to take any like you know credit for anything. The messed up. So thank you I feel like my self esteem just woke up. They're like Oh we're allowed to feel good as it should and yours should be inflated beyond measure but I'm conscious that in terms of that description of you comes from my own lens but how do you describe yourself personally and professionally. Yeah I mean kind of just I'm a writer and comedian. Podcast hosts in former issued tuber. Maybe go back. But I think that like if there's a way to still what I try to do. It's just like you know. Point OUT HYPOCRISIES IN POWER STRUCTURES. And like you know make a stronger. Social commentary that focuses on what people are missing. I just try to point out the thing that people are just like just glossing over when they talk about different topics so yeah I try to be just a patient observer of the world and then kind of throw it back in his face. How did you practice the skill of becoming a patient observer the world? Well I think it. Kinda just happened to me so a little bit of background on my life. I grew up in Kentucky so as much as this is a world away. I'm in Los Angeles right now. You Know Kentucky is a completely different world right. It's not like you know the Internet was pop in there. The same time it started happening. You know in places like Dublin or la or New York. It was kind of place that time forgot in a lot of ways and so I think when you have sort of a slower culture in terms of just like how fast we get our information. There was the space and time to really like analyze the different things that were happening in my area. You know from adjusted standpoint from a ridiculousness template from a very country standpoint and I think that was how I sort of got my point of view it was like Oh we have nothing but time to sit around and drink lemonade on the porch. Let's like point out the weird stuff that's happening and make jokes to pass the time. And who is your support system in that time that instigated those conversations with you or also felt that the culture need to be questioned and critiqued while my mother. So you know I think growing up black in a state that's not especially diverse like Kentucky is probably more diverse than a few like really northeastern states in America. But it's a pretty homogeneous state and so. I think that there is a baked. In sense of you know insiders and outsiders and us and them and you know when you grow up being sort of them and your your parents grow up being a them. It's much more common to have conversations that feel a little bit more honest and maybe even pointed in a way that I don't think I would get in like school or with friends necessarily but I felt like the only way you can survive when you don't see yourself. Reflected is by like talking through it with people who understand and so that was it. I mean my family was very outspoken and shared their point of views freely in the House that we were always laughing and sitting around the table and like joking and so some of my success may be can be attributed to the fact that like I come from that tradition of just like cutting up for hours at a time and did you ever become aware conscious of the fact that even though at home it was a safe space and encouraged to question institutions and power and how things are but when did it become a reality for you or did it ever that not everybody agreed with that perception or it might be harder to do that in other spaces. Oh Yeah I mean I think the first time I realize that like in my opinion was it you know as valued or even like wanted was probably around fifth grade. I had a teacher that was especially sort of backwards and racist and hard on me in a way that she was not on other kids in the classroom and I really just kind of internalize it. I didn't deal with it like by telling my mother immediately or any of that stuff. I think I just I ended up internalizing that. And just be like. Oh maybe I'm the problem. Maybe like everything I grew up thinking is wrong and I really just you know. I think when you're a little kid you want your teacher to see you as someone who is capable and smart and has potential and. I never felt that from that teacher and I think it just really affected me in that way so I also think that part of the reason I left Kentucky after college was because I felt like in a lot of ways I was in a place that was not ready to celebrate support or even on the lowest level. Just listen to someone like me but I've been using the Internet that whole time right like I feel like neo pets and all that stuff kind of happens starting in fourth and fifth grade for me so I had this dichotomy right of my reality being people outside You know thinking that I'm too radical because I think that like black people should be treated as people and then on the Internet. I'm you know talking to people all around the world and being treated like just a citizen of the world and you know like playing games and laughing and it's never that serious and so. I think that I found the confidence to leave because I knew just from spending time with people online. Who were not you know directly across the street from me? I knew that there was a better world out there and that there was space for my voice to be heard and so the long way to answer your questions. I think that I was highly aware of the fact that my sort of energy wasn't really supported or appreciated and I needed to leave defined a community somewhere else. The you're so young. Even not only having to articulate that but having to experience it and physically move before you left Kentucky how did you modulate those two parts of yourself or those two feelings even within you? I mean it was a lot of like mental anguish like depression anxiety eating disorders and things that made me question my own inherent worth based on outside projection of what was good and acceptable. And so you know. Part of the leaving was just to save my own life. You know what I mean like I. I didn't think it would be sustainable. To stay in a place where I was being smothered all the time with a very narrow lens of what is good and one that is completely unattainable for a person who wasn't born into money and had skin darker than paper bag. Like that's just the reality of where I was from and so I think I I just suffered kind of silently for a long time and then I was like Oh. I don't have to be here like I don't have to be here. It is worth the risk of failing spectacularly to get the fuck Outta here. It's worth it. I would rather try to leave than stay. It's sort of like I don't know if you watch Black Mirror but there's that episode hanged Dj where they're in the simulation forever and eventually they just decided to leave. I feel like that's where I was. I was like oh I've played this every different way and it's never worked out for me. I think I just have to leave. Yeah and you have to ask that question. Like how long can you be part of a system and fight it before it conditions you to just be apathetic or when you have a bit of energy remaining inside yourself? What can you do with the kind of? Frees you from those different approaches. That's exactly right. And was that when I became.
"hughes" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"She was heavily involved in the fight for national suffrage important figure in the fight for suffrage and women's Rights in Utah. Please welcome Martha Hughes Cannon Martha Maria Hughes Born on July first eighteen fifty seven in Wales her parents Peter and Elizabeth Hughes or both converts to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints which is often known colloquially as the Mormon Church. I will see Mormons. The people of Lord since the time Chosen Martha was just three years old. She and her family emigrated to the United States and eventually made it to Salt Lake City where they settled down from an early age. Martha was academically gifted and excelled school. When she was just fourteen she actually taught school for a year but eventually quit after being bullied by some of the older male students recognizing her talent drive. Brigham Young. The head of the Mormon Church suggested that Martha should trained as a typesetter instead after an apprenticeship. Martha started work for the major Salt Lake City newspaper. The deseret news. She eventually moved over to a Salt Lake. City newspaper for women called the women's exponent. This paper which was affiliated with the Mormon Relief Society was published by Emma. Lien Be Wells. A major women's rights activist and another member of the church. Emily Wells and Eliza. Snow soon became mentors to Martha and encouraged her to follow her dreams of becoming a doctor. Martha took the advice. An eighteen. Seventy three at just sixteen years old. She enrolled as a Pre Med student. At the University of desert upon graduating with a bachelor's degree in chemistry in eighteen seventy eight Martha enrolled at the University of Michigan Medical School. Just two years later on her twenty third birthday. Martha graduated and became a full fledged physician. Martha practiced medicine for a time in Michigan before moving to the University of Pennsylvania to do postgraduate work at the university's Auxiliary Medical Department. Martha also took night classes in pharmacology. And Oratory and eventually earned both a bachelor's of science from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's degree in oratory from the National School of Elocution and oratory in eighteen eighty two at just twenty five years old and with a slew of degrees in hand. Martha decided it was time to move back to Salt Lake City. She initially opened up a private practice in her family home before being approached by Mormon leadership to become the resident physician at the newly opened desert a hospital for the era. That seems like an astonishingly progressive higher. Martha set up training programs for nurses and gave regular lectures on important. Medical topics like childbirth. She also met a man by the name of Angus. Cannon Angus was the Superintendent of Desert Hospital and a leader in the church. He was also a polygamist.
"hughes" Discussed on Murder Minute
"With known husband killer but he said he knew right away. There was more to the story. They were married six weeks later and continued raising France. Kids plus one more together. Robert Helped francine bring her dream of becoming a nurse into fruition. She graduated from Nursing School as Valedictorian of her class and went on to work as an LPN at several nursing homes a few years after after meeting Robert She spoke with people magazine at the time she was living in a neatly kept sparsely-furnished tract house. In Jackson Michigan Journalist Joya Dila Berto described her voice as girlish and tentative noting that is conveyed a distrust of strangers. People still look at me like they're trying to figure me out. Francine told her. I don't feel like I have to explain myself to anybody and I don't. I don't need pity or sympathy. I'm just an ordinary person but ordinary is far from how other people have described. Francine her widely reported case helped transform public understanding of domestic violence redefining as a crime versus a private affair and spurring the nationwide establishment of battered women shelters which helped pave the way for shelters for other genders to the story gained gained more attention with the release of the burning bed. Book in One thousand nine hundred and the derivative film of the same name in Nineteen eighty-four the intense drama became one of the most revered TV movies of all time reaching more than seventy five million NBC viewers Francine became one a faira faucets most acclaimed roles in response to the film. Mickey's Cousin Betty Phillips Till the Lansing State Journal. Our family has never denied the violence. But if he could have gotten help it would have made a difference. A lot of the things in the movie really did happen but did he deserve to die no. The system failed both of them. Mickey's father Berlin and his brother. Donovan both died by suicide in the years following the fire while Betty did not like the film. She said she hoped it was making a positive impact. Adding I know that it opened a lot of is after decades of working as a nurse and loving her family francine died of complications of pneumonia at age. Sixty nine afterward. Her daughter Nicole who is seven when Mickey tied spoke of her mother's ability you to make people laugh even in times of distress as a kid. You know something is wrong. But you're taught to run and hide. She said adding that she and her siblings do do. Their Dad was on a path to kill them. You just have to listen and cry. Mom was strong. We never went hungry. Never went without anything we needed needed. I believe she did it to save his kids and herself. She changed so many lives changed the lives of people we will never know musicians to who were impacted by Francine story which inspired Martina McBride's hit Song Independence Day in Nineteen eighty-five singer-songwriter Lyn. Hardy had made a commitment to not perform any of the old time murder ballads detailing violence against women instead. She decided to write a song in which a woman murdered her abuser. A friend alerted her to the Francine Hughes case and she was baffled. By how closely matched earlier ix she completed the song a Smithsonian Folk Song America Anthology selection with Donna Hiebert. It's called the ballot a Francine Hughes use. My name is Francine Hughes. I'll tell you will come. Listen to my story. I'll try to okay from crying. I'm murdered my husband own. It goes on to depict the night. Francine burned the family family home with Mickey inside the trial and the verdict ending with a message about the many cases of abuse and differently. Really given me my all liberty. Thank you said me free. But every eighteen seconds of Woman's beaten just like me and every day in in court another batter goes free today. Research shows that a woman is beaten or assaulted every every nine seconds. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..
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"A sense of accomplishment compliment for getting her homework done. She felt unusually happy but after school. She gave a classmate a ride which pushed her arrival time. Unharmed ten minutes late Mickey was livid as he criticized her. She grabbed the welfare check. She'd been expecting from the mailbox. They were out of groceries yet again so she told him she needed to run to the store. She was furious about that too. He yelled at her for wanting to leave without making enlist first one. He insisted on seeing an approving. Most food seem to make him vomit but he consistently blamed francine's cooking by the time she finally made the store run. She was exhausted so she decided to serve frozen dinners when she pulled them out in the kitchen. Mickey threw a Tantrum cursing at her and calling her lazy bitch. She didn't think he would eat anyway. She recalled telling him to which he replied. That's that's the trouble with you. You're always thinking sensing a physical attack. Francine's searched her mind for a strategy anything to lessen the literal blows. He demanded she dropped out of school. tore her books instructing her to burn them when she resisted he grabbed and shook her his eyes frenzied. Do you want to break your neck right now. He asked she sobbed the taste of blood lead filling her mouth as she succumbed to his demands. Burning her books in a trash can when she said she would go to school anyway. He threatened to use a sledgehammer to destroy her car. Francine tried to run outside but he blocked the door. She called her daughter Christie to fund the police when officers arrived home. They said they couldn't arrest Mickey because they had witnessed the attack laws of the time. Required that later deputies would testify that the man told his wife quote it was all over because she called to report him they also testified fight that he verbally abused francine threatening her life. And those of officers after they left Mickey beat her again when she made dinner for the kids. He threw the food on the floor then rubbed her face in the sticky mess. He demanded she making dinner and bring it to him in the bedroom she did her. Best with limited ingredients her shaky hands foreign patties out of canned salmon potatoes after he he had finished. He called her back into the bedroom where she found him lying on the bed. His pants unzipped. I hated it worse than I ever had. Before she said of the rape the idea of him inside me owning my insides shoving deep into me made my flesh crawl. I looked down at him and I had an impulse to put the pillow over his face and smother him. But I knew I wasn't strong enough. I clenched my teeth to keep from MM screaming. When he was done she moved to the living room and sat down feeling like a quote helpless frozen frozen fury of Qena blocked before directs? She heard the kids moving about stairs and remember that they hadn't eaten all day. She could almost feel their stomachs hurting but the kids swore they weren't hungry appetites. We're likely numb like hers so they watch. TV together and activity. She hoped might calm them down. Distract them as she sat there. Her Daughter Nicky's head on her lap up. She thought of school and how hard she had worked seemingly now for nothing. She considered how horrible her life had been since meeting. Mickey and the hopelessness of her future house she had suffered. She began mentally coaching herself. You don't know him anything Fran you never did. Don't let him ruin the kid's lives the way he has ruined yours. Take them away. You've got to take them away. A plan flashed in her mind. She would sneak out with children and drive them far far away but there was a problem one of her kids. Dana wasn't home home yet. She couldn't let him return to their father at the very least that would mean she would return and she had already caved too many times. This time had to be different. She stood up and started pacing considering how much she hated her life with Mickey and how she had to get out erase it and never looked back. That's when it struck her later she recalled thinking. I wasn't going to come back because there wasn't going to be anything to come back to because I was going to burn the house down as for Mickey she would burn him to suddenly her dark emotions gave way to excitement. She forgot everything else. Dana the consequences the reality of taking in life. She plays the kids in the car which was parked just outside carried a jug of gasoline. To the bedroom I stood still for for a moment hesitating and a voice urged on. She said it whispered do it. Do it do it over and over and I just kept on on with that. She poured gasoline around. Mickey's bed and lit a match. As the fire blazed raised flamed swallowing the home she drove to the county jail and turned herself in declaring. I did it. When firefighters reached the home they found Mickey's body amid the charred rubble? He died from smoke inhalation. Francine was promptly charged with first degree murder and felony murder which brought a maximum sentence of life in prison later. The felony murder charge. I was dropped that November eight months after she lit a match. Our life the MO- sensational trial. In the county's history began thirty years old at the time. Francine seemed soft-spoken nervous her court. Appointed Attorney Aria and Oregon is a former prosecutor. took the case after others refused. He believed francine acted in self defense. Uh Psychiatrists who spoke on her behalf. Testified that something snapped in her that night making her temporarily insane and prompting her to kill her ex-husband husband to Francine's kids took the stand testifying that they witnessed their parents arguing throughout the day. Their father hitting their mother multiple a couple times and threatening her with a knife. They described Mickey's violence as commonplace. The case drew national attention. Attention feminist groups banded together to form the Francine Hughes Defense Committee with hopes of a landmark decision for a new legal interpretation of self defense sense especially as it applied to women. Protesters fill the cement staircase outside the courthouse holding signs touting messages like free francine shoes battered women need support and stop violence against women. After seven days of testimony. The trial ended a jury of ten women and two men took only five hours to come to a unanimous conclusion. They found Francine Moran and Hughes not guilty by reason of temporary insanity meanwhile relatives of Mickey Hughes maintained that Francine and got away with murder leaving the courtroom for City Hall. She and her attorney held a press conference when a reporter asked Francine and seeing if she had ever considered herself a liberated woman she replied. I don't think I've ever been liberated. But I'd like to. After francine team was acquitted. Having spent nine months behind bars. She received a bouquet of roses with an anonymous note that read to a battered rose. which blooms again Dan but not? Everyone felt she deserved blossoming. One of Mickey's brothers sent her a note during her jail time threatening you are next. Newfound fear accompanied her making even simple tasks such as running errands. Daunting readjusting to Motherhood posed challenges to. Oh I thought I was going to have to stay in prison so I blocked off a lot of emotions toward my children. She said it was really hard for me to get close to them again on top of that her kids have been traumatized by their fathers gruesome death. Despite their mixed feelings their daughter Christie who was was twelve at the time of the fire said she spit on his grave and described him as a rotten son of a bitch for awhile. Francine struggled struggled with demons. She hadn't yet processed. She partied and drank heavily attempting to escape her feelings. Finally she realized she had to stop trying to self-destruct if only for the sake of her family gradually they got back on their feet found healing and grew closer. Meanwhile francine cross paths with country. Music singer Robert Wilson. Just six before. Robert had been released on parole bill after serving time for armed robbery during his time behind bars Robert completed a degree in psychology. Maybe they understood something about each other. What a person might do when they're pushed beyond their limits and the desire to make something more of your life thereafter whatever? The reasons there was an instant connection. He asked Francine to dance at an outdoor concert. Then serenaded her friends warned him not to get involved.
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"Welcome back to murder minutes today. The story of Francine Dancing Hughes unless otherwise noted quotes in this episode derived from reporter faith. McNulty's book the burning bed. Which tells the story Ori Francine's life one infused with pain controversy add rebellion some called her insane others a hero? Suddenly the seemed very simple. Francine recalled I wondered why I hadn't thought of it that way before before I had made a discovery by losing everything I had been set free. There were no chain around my ankles all the things that it seemed seemed important before the House Payments Car Payments Welfare checks leaving my mother and sisters leaving the only place I knew none of those. Those things mattered minutes. After this revelation her family home went up in flames. Francine grew grew up in Jackson Michigan in the nineteen fifties. The town known as the birthplace of the Republican Party and the Coney Island hot dog sits thirty five miles miles from lansing and fosters dense. Urban feel most of the residents owned their homes. Most of the homes hold families born Francey Moran one of four children. Her mother named her after a famous French musician. Her father worked as a farmer. Struggled with alcoholism and routinely abused his wife. FRANCINE'S MOM by age fifteen francine was popular popular among her peers. She had a vivacious personality a flair for comedy a dimpled smile and insecurity that she often mashed with humor on Friday and Saturday nights she and friends would dress up and go out driving or gather somewhere to listen to records on one of those nights she met eighteen year old Mickey Hughes a tall thin man whose apparent confidence and worldliness set him apart from other boys. He's he fell hard for Francine pressuring her to date and have sex with him. She resisted time and again Dan but he kept to showering her with romantic words suggesting he couldn't live without her. No one had ever loved me like that. She said it was is a very powerful thing. A powerful thing. She recalled feeling guilty about as though she must have done something to make him love her soon. She grew tired of fighting his sexual advances one day while sitting in the back seat of his car parked in a cornfield she gave in so it wasn't good. She said it hurts and I felt dry inside. I didn't know what to expect. Not even the basics. I remember feeling of have been used of giving something I really didn't want to give. I did it to please him. Immediately after Francine gene feared she was pregnant she also believed that to remain a good person especially a good woman she would have to marry him after dropping out of high. The school to do so francine found herself in a virtual replay of what she witnessed throughout her childhood. Mickey's abuse started shortly after the couple. WED when he ripped her clothes off for dressing too provocatively. He feared she might attract other men in an interview with people magazine using in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. She said she was shocked because she had never been treated in such a way adding. But what do you do when you're sixteen years old and you had to beg your parents to let you get married at first Mickey seemed remorseful and apologized swearing. He would never do it again she she believed him but it did happen again. When he caught francine looking at a man's hands he flew into a violent rage at the time they were living above his parents who heard the commotion and confronted? Their son. Mickey threatened his dad and his mother phoned the police around Francine's family. Her husband behaved more like a gentleman. The abuse escalated while the family grew you. The couple had four children. Christie James Dana and Nicole mouth difficulty feed given that Mickey spent most of their money on an alcohol at the time. Divorce was taboo and very few people spoke about abuse. In most legal systems worldwide D- domestic violence wouldn't be addressed until the Nineteen Ninety S. There wasn't really even a term for it yet. On top of that such violence was all Francine we knew growing up. It might have been easy to chalk it up to wretched but normal within a marriage even so francine wanted Out a fresh start for herself and her children so with the guidance and support of a local social worker. She filed for divorce so once it was granted Mickey ignored the fact continuing to show up whenever he wished and beating Francine over the course of several weeks then a serious car accident nearly took his life leaving him with multiple fractures and a head injury when he woke up from coma. He immediately immediately asked for Francine Feeling Awash with guilt. She visited her ex-husband then took him into her home to care for him as he recovered. I really felt trapped after his accident. She later told press. I don't know why I felt so obligated to that man but I did then the real how began. Once he had recuperated Mickey stayed in the home and refuse to seek employment. He started drinking more heavily and beat Francine every few days sometimes for a few minutes sometimes for hours before leaving for bar peaceful days weren't the only sparse but overshadowed with fear that he would strike her at any moment moments that inevitably came if she fought back he grew angrier and more violence in her darkest hours francine considered suicide but if she killed herself she worried who would care for the kids. She conjured up multiple plans of escape most ending with visions of her and the children having nowhere to go and terror that that if they fled he would find them and the violence would intensify six years after the divorce. In early March of one thousand nine hundred ninety seven Francine it was more than halfway through secretarial school which she had pursued with support from her mother she prayed that stamina and luck would help her make it through the rest with each day. It seemed more difficult to drive to school and stay up late finishing homework while Mickey chastised and tormented her she later described feelings of everything building up. Though she was falling behind academically she worked hard on a paper on the topic. What I know? Oh about myself now. Delving deep into her inner longings at the papers and she wrote it is hard for me to make changes in my life it is easier to leave. Things are and not disturb anything. I know I should disturb things more. I know that I am capable of much more than I have been doing. And I was waiting for something good or someone to happen to me now. I know that nothing ever happens from luck and that you have to make things happen. The morning of March ninth. Francine woke up early sipped coffee and read her term paper over with a sense that she had left a great deal and said then she left for school noticing a sense of spring in the air between that and.
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"Welcome to murder minutes today. The story of Francine Hughes but I your true crime headlines. A California was sentenced last week for the two thousand eighteen stabbing death of his supervisor manager at the Domino's pizza where they both worked thirty. Two year olds. Rafael Sanchez will serve twenty six years to to life in prison for the attack. which claimed the life of assistant manager Daniel Anthony Sanchez the victim? Who is not related to his attacker? Hacker was a twenty one year old college student who hoped to become an English teacher someday according to a news release from the La County District Attorney. Rafael Sanchez snuck up behind his supervisor and stabbed him in the neck and back after having been told to do his work. His victim was rushed to to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead speaking to reporters after the sentencing. The victim's family announced that they had filed suit against Domino's Domino's pizza and the owner of the franchise. They alleged that Rafael Sanchez was a problem employee at a different store and should have been fired instead of transfer to the La Puente location where the murder took place the suit also alleges that the general manager of the franchise knew that Sanchez had threatened and harassed other employees royalties but took no action in Philadelphia. A seventeen year old boy is in custody charged with two murders I including the stabbing death of his foster mother and the beating and stabbing of a twenty year old man who lived with him in a previous foster home. Police believed that robbery was the motive in both killings in charging documents police accuse seventeen year old Xavier Johnson Johnson of stabbing his foster mother sixty four year old renege yard to death in her home. Geared was the mother of two grown sons. He's one of them a Philadelphia police officer and had been a foster parent for twenty years. Johnson had only been her care for a short time and called called police the night before her murder. After Johnson missed curfew and broke into her locked house she told the responding officer that Johnson could stay with her that night but that that she could contact the foster agency next day to have him placed in a different home. Police believe that Johnson murdered the woman sometime early. The next morning after relatives were unable to reach her. Police paid another visit to gi yards home where they found her stabbed to death in her bathtub. Bloody footprints lead to a bedroom where her purse had been emptied onto a bed as police search for geared stolen car exhaust. You're Johnson. Hang out with friends. He's tried to buy weed and went on a shopping spree with keywords debit card. When police found him he attempted to flee before crashing? The stolen car yards. Debit card was found in his pocket at the time of his arrest. Johnson is also accused of the beating and stabbing death of twenty year old. Jimmy Jimmy Mao whose body was found in a Duffel bag at the bottom of a ravine and West Philadelphia. Police believe that Mao was killed sometime before yard a yard though. They were not sure when they're also investigating Johnson's potential involvement in the disappearance of sixteen year old Jacob Merit Rich Berg an acquaintance of mouths who has been missing for a week. A South Carolina woman pleaded guilty to charges that caused her husband's death by poisoning. His water with eyedrops fifty two year. Old Lana Clayton pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Ladder and tampering with human food. In the death of her husband Stephen Clayton who died in their home in two thousand eighteen at the time of his death. Lana told investigators that. Her husband had been suffering from Vertigo for the past few days and that she found him face down in the foyer when she came inside for mowing the lawn post mortem examinations determined high levels of Tetra. Hydro xylene and Stephen Clayton System. which led investigators to determine that he had been poisoned after her arrest? Lana Clayton confessed to police that she had been poisoning. Her husband's water with eyedrops. She was sentenced to to twenty five years in prison..
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"As an adviser to George W Bush during his presidential campaign and as President Karen Hughes was a key voice in the compassionate conservatism approach She was born in France lived in Panama grew up in Dallas and has traveled the world representing the United States but it was her time in Panama that I left a mark with her running for office and she thought that it really meant more freedom for her country and and and a better life for herself and her family and I guess I realized firsthand and you know the the power of people in a democratic election Karen has had a remarkable career but she's most proud of the titles of wife Mother and grandmother she shares how she balances it and find unique ways to put family first including bring her son on the road to presidential campaign stops I made her Kaufman and this is a strategic presented by the George W Bush institute what happens when he crossed the forty third president late night sketch come Comedy and compelling conversation the strategic a podcast born from the word strategic which was coined by us now embraced by the George W Bush administration we highlight the American spirit of leadership and compassion through thought provoking conversations and we're reminded that the most effective leaders are the ones who laughed on the strategic today as our co host we.
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"They were more designed to introduce him to young actresses think he would have done would not have done. Well, in the me too era is my guess that's probably a safe bet. Yeah. And but he's yes appeared as the subject, not only of the aviation, but Melvin and Howard classic which got a couple of kademi word nominations, many years ago, the amazing Howard Hughes, Tommy Lee Jones, starring Howard Hughes and really timely Jones, played Howard us you can see that. I guess I can't I don't know. Like to me. The two that always pop to mind are Leo DiCaprio is sort of the younger sort of more dashing version, and then in Melvin. And Howard Jason Robards playing Howard Hughes at the end of his life where I mean she is Hughes was an eccentric. He believe had severe OCD and the subject of Melvin, and Howard was that ultimately proved to be a hoax that a man named Melvin Dhamar is that the last I think the lounge right came forward and said. That he had an encounter with Howard Hughes and Howard Hughes, rewrote his will and left everything to him. And that ultimately was proved to be a hoax, but Jason Robards really good in that movie. Yeah. He's got Hugh's. Got quite a legacy. He established. Charity, which is the second largest charity in terms of assets in the country and fifth in the world, at least in terms of disclosed assets, the heart Hughes Medical institute, which is located Chevy Chase Maryland. Yeah. Right. Right nearby. I had no idea. And, and of course, he's the inspiration for Tony stark iron man. Yes. I suppose we're burying the lead here. But yeah, yeah. I you were working toward that. No, I was not. But you had mentioned that earlier today. And I was like, wait. Is he is he really pretty far down on his list of what we were doing was his actual accomplishments, you know, now we're going to like the fictional rights stuff and in for a certain type of person that's what you lead Howard shoes. Never heard of. She was the inspiration for Tony stark really telling me. Yeah. He is the visual and. In lifestyle. Other than I think, Tony stark is supposed to be Howard Hughes, minus the crazy. Although he is an alcoholic twenty stark stark. Now, does that show up in the movies, maybe? No not yet. There's still time. I probably won't the kids don't need to see that it actually in the comic books showed up in the first couple of movies, there were a couple of scenes where, where Tony, Tony cut a little little head a little too much. Yeah. Which terrible problem to have. But not as not as unique, as Howard Hughes's issues, which would be tougher to be a superhero. I think given what Howard Hughes was going through. I think that's. Yeah. I think that's probably safe. I think we're at the end of this upset, Phil Varker. You can read more from him and Jeremy Myers and the rest of the crew at 'em funds. You can go to 'em funds dot com. A guarantee there's like one or two people out there that were thinking, here we go, and they were looking forward to another fifteen minutes on of Howard Hughes off the rail stuff. I'm one or two. I'm not saying more than that. Yeah. For those one or two. Sorry, this absolutely. Everyone else. You're welcome. You're welcome as always people on the program may have interested in the socks, they talk about on the motley fool may have formal recommendation for against don't buy or sell stocks base, only what you're gonna do it for this market fully show is mixed by Austin, Morgan and Chris, thanks for listening. We'll see on Monday..
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