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"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Let's bring kerry jessica to the program carries here and so suggest ladies. What would have show. Hey adding sammy. Thanks jimmy kerry. It's a welcome back for you. You were on the show with us before talking about that just briefly you came back so it wasn't a horrible experience. Yeah yeah no it was It was fun. I came on with some other. Ithaca college Alums in students and it was cool to to see what people are still doing it. Ethica in kind of connect with with the yield alma mater. Night network exactly. Join this thing forever all right so when you were on the show..

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Strategize for Future Work Success

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Strategize for Future Work Success

"Described them in the previous two episodes. My early career dreams and explorations were both vivid and meaningful as a young teen. I got to explore the world of broadcast media and my college scholarship. Amy toward a career in broadcasting as a news reporter and producer during my junior year in college i engaged with a truly amazing professor of advertising. His name was howard cogan and he helped me to completely alter my career path. Besides being much admired associate professor at the college park school of communications howard was the successful advertising executive who wrote voiced and produced most of the commercials. That ran on ithaca new york radio stations. It is without a doubt that howard cogan was the most important mentor of my professional and personal life from our first meeting. He took a deep personal interest in me and my success and he soon convinced me to refocus my career sites away from broadcast news to advertising and media and specifically towards the fast growing channel advertising called direct marketing so with graduation day in my sights. I focused my job. Search on entry level opportunities at an ad agency focused on direct marketing. But the going wasn't easy and the rejection letters arrived by the day problem was i had graduated into one of the most depressed job. Markets for entry level talent and a generation. Howard's advice to me was cheerful but sobering dan. He said you're going to need to get strategic about your career in direct mail and it looks like you may not find your opportunity on the agency side quickly

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"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

07:39 min | 7 months ago

"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"I know the production value has gone up. Seven or eight dollars on the show was logo. Things are party shop brought to you by the academy of orthopedic. Thank you so much for supporting the shell again. Find them online or dot. Org leaders in the academy of orthopedic physical therapy all right. You chose parting shot. Unlike that might drop moment is yours. What do you wanna leave with the audience. So this comes from a book that my mother gave me as. I graduated college that i still have but In it is this. From howard thurman. Don't ask yourself with the world. Needs ask yourself what makes you come alive and go do that because what the world needs is people who have come alive yes. That's that's what i just said. Look radio segue like fine. What lights you up. And then like leap and the net shell up appear. That's the way it works Carey callahan so much. Let's bring all the guests back on the screen whether they're ready for it or not bringing back in there. We've got gel tayo. We've got chuck. Thank you guys for for doing this. This our first opportunity to do kind of a virtual or a school celebration. We had quite a few comments quite a few interactions with with students faculty and alums. Let's go around the horn. We mentioned that before we started the show. I'll put it in order that we had you guys on the show. We're going around the horn here. We'll start with chuckles chuckles on the screen there. What did you notice from the other guests there. Things that i mean you. You're kind of an expert at listening and then you know kind of jotting down notes other people talk with that kind of stood out to your said that you were nodding along with or that really inspired you or spoke to you. Purchase the p. word passion. I mean everybody's passion came out it. Was it different for everybody. That was the same for everybody. So like i said. I think that's transcends all of the people in our profession they're passionate if you're gonna copy someone's thing right copy. The pat follow the passion. Not what they're doing like copy the uae making more y and then who cares how the how will happen. I it just will i like that Tayo as you're listening. You're listening to chuck as you're listening to joe care would you. Is there anything that you were kind of. Non along with just people know when people see the social media graphics on line for the show. Tayo and bridget juliette. They're responsible but taylor that's kind of your job is your kind of like the official unofficial moment. Recognizer jumped out at you. I think the based thing you know we have a lot of Great alums here. From ithaca is being you know. I'm a student right now. But seeing you know doctors conduct Kellyanne speak It's pretty awesome to see all the work that's been done at the and then just to see what the future holds her students as well. That's at least fifteen bonus points right. He mentioned the school he'd leads a lot right there. Guys all right. We're throw throw them some points. Right there Jill same question to you as we wrap up. It's something that you kind of stood out to you when you're listening to the rest of the show easy a there you go so so you know. Tail sort of what. You touched on You know your influence that getting somebody. That little nudge. So now you know it's going to get to your turn for that and You know kerry your nudging people every day and in getting back to doing the things they love and I know doctors toco new of influenced hundreds and probably thousands of students over years. So i think the nudge. I like that. In touch our keilor's kerry same question to you. Yeah i mean i. It's really cool. I'm pretty far removed. From ithaca of it's so great to be back in in c. You know See all the professors that i had when i went to the That are still involved in ourselves. Such a big part of the program. And i really liked the servant leadership that quote that you had mentioned jimmy in just that concept because i think it is it is so important in in the profession and just in the world. Love that yeah. Let's bring back in. Barb and sarah official. Who helped put up. Put together this episode. We'll wrap same question for for both of you. Guys were getting you kind of be more of a participant watching anything that stood out to you will start with sarah and is proud to see our alums and our current students and how much sweet contribute to the professional physical air a whole and and whatever together so. I think all of you for agreeing to do this tonight. Great to see to see how far things go places. You'll go see dr seuss or anything. But one of my favorite doctors smart guy and right there. Dr seuss barb. We kicked off the show with you. End it with you. What stood out to you for this from nisa broadcast. You started off with me by asking me. What was union combat ethical. I think our viewers just chance to see that. I think the passion depth involvement on a global scale that our alumni students faculty are involved in is. What makes ethica. is you go. it's show not tell. I i mean community gives show him. Don't tell them maybe we could do this again in the future. I want to come up with. I want to see some more gorgeous. We'll do this In person hopefully when we cannot say that bombers thanks so much for having me and we'll talk against him graph the p. t. pine cast. Yes support the show telling a friend or by leaving our view on one thousand nine hundred. Google play shooter. They brought to you by the brooks institute of higher learning an innovator in providing advanced post professional education brooks. ihl offering continuing education courses in numerous specialty areas six residency programs own empty fellowship challenging but rewarding internships. The is h. l. Specializes in the translation of information from evidence to patient management. Learn they can do for you to support your professional development at brooks. I h l dot org our home on the internet cast dot com created by build build. Pt provides marketing services. Start for private practice. Pt's website development and hosting in content marketing solutions pt clinics across the country. See what good. Pt can do for you today. Dot com the pt. Podcast is a product of pt podcast llc poured fresh by me physical therapist jimmy mccain ingredients are sourced by our chief connections officer sky donovan from marymount university and it's brewed fresh by producer and physical therapist julia decimeter and by producer and creator. Second-year pga student. Bridget nolan from sacred heart university. Pt cast is a podcast that saves physical therapists from missing out on amazing insight remarkable ideas and motivational stories. Follow us online at pt. Podcast and subscribe on. Itunes spotify or google podcasts. Yeah it's it's awesome. Thanks so much for listening and if you found value in the show all we ask is that you tell a friend this has done another poor from the pt. Podcast the pd in ten for educational purposes. Only no clinical decision making should be based solely on one source while perez taking ensure accuracy factual errors can be present more on the show at pt. Podcasts dot com..

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"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

08:20 min | 7 months ago

"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Kind of helped some of the newer c is at last place. I worked and i would say you know put the month put a good month into your student. Like gives him everything for that month. And then you'll start you'll get to leave at the end of the day and there's gonna stay. It has to finish your paperwork right. So it's just it's a little bit their paper to their patients. Because you're giving them more and autonomy as it goes on but then you're able to kind of let them take the reins and then they graduate in other dot so it's amazing to see that transition so why why students what about that. You know lights you up. What what are you. Get out of being a giving. Let's pretend none of them are listening right now. None none don't say anything nice about him. Just because but like what about work. What do you get out of that experience. I mean you know jimmy right. It's filling you get to do. You're passionate about all the time everyday. I'm teaching what i love. How could you not wanna do. The anna still work with patients. And then i get to bring students with the patients right. So everybody's light bulbs are going off and it's just like this super fulfilling environment A man's thumb it's it's them is the passion and then it's trying to get those students to recognize you know they're worth and their ability to have an impact. So i mentioned this matteo a mentioned i was guilty of this as well right. I don't know if it's just me or ham. Kansas be me because i know Sometimes we seek that validation like that's an important thing like if you're a perfect person of and you know some could you said a minute ago you will you know jimmy. I'm like. I'm not a professor i don't i don't i don't i will not assume either. But that's really sacred. Almost as kind of a word i wanna use. Which is like you're standing in front of that room or in front of that zoom room and like kind of like your opinion and your reaction like it carries a ton of weight and that's Important like in a very thoughtful use that route were very important in terms of a faculties role. Yeah there's definitely there's definitely a power struggle there too right so our why just like a power differential so in a sense you know what i mean. So you've gotta be careful. I think in your role to but one thing that i when i saw. I'm an alum till like you said so when i was at the go. One of the best things romy was that the faculty dated students myself as a future colleague. And so that is what i've strived to do. You know. I'm not talking down to anybody that i'm gonna be emailing you in five years from now in eating your assistance and wanting to know what what you're doing in the clinic and what your protocol is and and how are you handling patient. Whose hemoglobin is six point five and phillies like really low. And that's that's what we need so we have to work together starting now so important like such a big deal and even said like you know. We've we've discussed this on this show. I'm not really sure where or how it came up. We talked about like. When do you start win. When are you in the physical therapy profession. And i took the you know. We were kind of wasn't an oxford debate. But i was sort of debating like the day you walk into. Pt school like are you in the profession. Well if you walk on the street and you're like. I'm a student physical therapist. It's kind of like what people are looking at you as if so you should act as if so is it when you graduate you know when you get your first job and i think i took was this hypothetical debate or whatever just over a couple of years and i said today one of pt school. So i think act as if and then it's you know if you act as if from that day on that never wears off a great you know otherwise you gotta turn it on at some point. I say act as you know like like spinal cord. Injury and neuro oncology rehabbing. How physical activity relates to recovery in that particular population we actually just did a nine hour continuing education we we produced so we use this platform and produce a nine and a half hour continue education course just on college physical therapy and we. We did that on purpose. Which was like. It's the super small but like stupor passionate focus area of the profession that is trying to rocket shipping as well as i think like physical therapy in the in the emergency department do those two areas that kind of talk to each other a lot. What about like physical therapy oncology that population like drives you. Yeah i know. I've actually listened to a copy oncology podcasts so it was interesting because it's like i feel like i know you before coming into this but you don't know you have no idea why am by yet so i'm kalonji for me. It started because i had a patient who was in college. Who had a stroke. So he had a stroke. So that's why. I was seeing him and then we got to be close. I treated him for a while. And then i treated him in home care and he asked me to come and speak at breast cancer support group and so i realized i didn't really know what i was going to talk about and then i needed to do all this research and so that's sort of where it started. A you know just under ten years ago probably nine eight nine years ago and now it's like we actually one of my our co workers co faculty members kaley and i. We actually spoke to university of rochester. This morning An oncology pt and biggest things for us is like focusing on no matter. What every patient should be doing some level of aerobic exercise. So you know. Minimum guidelines are three times a week. Thirty minutes for cancer survivors and that is showing really positive. Effects across the cross Other big takeaways from it is so other than telling patients about exercise would be just identifying think one of the big things is bone. Mass is pretty common. It can be comment. That's one of the most commonplace in metastasis for patients with breast cancer and prostate cancer and lung cancer. As as a lot of people that we see you know it's one in eight for breast cancer one in nine for prostate. So if you can just even as an outpatient therapist remember bone is next. Look at your history and you know. Make sure something's not seeming right. Then you can pay attention to that. Those are a couple of takeaways. Some of the big takeaways for me. Pre-conference was and i like. I did this kind of therapy session. Where i was super hones-. I'm telling you in school. You learn everything that was said but then you'll work. I did worked with with patients who had not act not an active case of cancer but a history cancer. And i. I took it easy on because i just kept hearing the big c was like do not hurt them and everything that our speakers said the hammered home was you. Have you have to push that humans. Yes yet it easy on them as not what's going to do them any good And that was a really empowering nine and a half hour day and all of them just just very very passionate about that patient population. So look intent matters across a cross. Every specter neuro oncology. You need intensity leslie. Walkie was one of our speakers and she's like she runs a triathlon program at her hospital. Where she's like. Oh so you're you're being discharged. Great come over here to our triathlon. You'd never done a triathlon even better. Let's go we're gonna swim bike like she's like i have people asking me what's the what are the events. What's in a try at their three. But what and she's like just show up and the cool part if you've ever done to try to try dork It's a very like tight like bunch of weirdos. I say triathlon is a sport that allows me to be mediocre at three things in one day And everybody just they don't care just finish or don't have just show up. Start is really the the point but they they just jumping out now part of a different community for a reason i guess we have this bond of a history of cancer but also like all right. We're going to this traffic on. We're in dress up in lycra and wear goofy helmets and stuff. But that's the cool part about it. So those were the big takeaways for that when we're definitely gonna do another of them with those people because they were just scratched the surface and i was like let's do more cool stuff. That sounds good joy. Are you ready for ready for three questions we're gonna do with. Jill aren't play the.

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"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

03:07 min | 7 months ago

"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"I party shot brought to you by our friends from the academy of orthopedic physical therapy you know about him. Ortho p. t. dot org leaders in orthopedic physical therapy online at though pt dot org tale. Your stage man. What do you want to leave with. What is your parting shot. The biggest thing is don't be afraid by fear a student A lot of opportunities out there succeed. And you just don't know what's out there until you just go out and take the leap of faith so definitely. Just don't be afraid that tale. Maybe maybe you right now are are giving permission to a student that external nudge that you needed or or sought out that i needed and sought out that a lot of us need seek out so Good on your doing. Thanks for doing all that you do. Especially with this podcast. The pt pine cast. Yes yes the port the show by telling a friend or by leaving a review on one thousand nine hundred. Google play shooter. They brought to you by the brooks institute of higher learning an innovator in providing advanced post professional education brooks. ihl offering continuing education courses in numerous specialty areas six residency programs in olympia fellowship as well as challenging but rewarding internships the h. l. specializes in the translation of information from evidence to patient management. Learn what they can do for you to support your professional development at brooks. I h l dot org our home on the internet cast dot com created by build build. Pt provides marketing services specifically for private practice pt's website development and hosted dividing content marketing solutions pt clinics across the country with good pt can do for you today dot com the pt. Podcast is a product of pt podcast llc. It's poured fresh by me. Physical therapist jimmy mccain ingredients are sourced by our chief connections officer sky donovan from marymount university and it's brewed fresh by producer and physical therapist juliette decimeter and by producer and creator. Second year. student bridge nolan from sacred heart university. Pt podcast is a podcast that saves physical therapists for missing out on amazing insight remarkable ideas and motivational stories. Follow us online at pt. Podcast and subscribe on. Itunes spotify or google podcasts via. It's awesome thanks so much for listening and if you found value in the show all we ask is that you tell a friend. This has been another poor from the pt podcast. A pd pine intended for educational purposes. Only no clinical decision making should be based solely on one source while caretaking insure accuracy. Factual errors can be present more on the show at pt. Podcasts dot com..

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"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

07:33 min | 7 months ago

"ithaca" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"All right parting shot is brought to you by a french academy of orthopedic physical therapy orthopedics dot. Org got independent study courses. Cool kids are him. Current concepts of orthopedics physical therapy. They have a new edition coming out. Chuck mentioned new edition of of his texts. They've got a new edition of current concepts a great pathway to The ocs exempt just to chat just the reading lists alone is enough. Just go dig into that again for the academy of orthopedic itchy Chuck parting shots. Your last chance for a mic drop. Moment was the last thing you want to leave at the audience tonight. Keep up the good work Like i said. I'm eternally impressed by the work. Our clinicians due out in the field. You know showing up every day. They're putting their big boy pants on. Or whatever and they're just getting the job done and i just think that's so impressive and I have an ultimate respect ultimate just likely likeness fondness for all the people that are out there. Promoting every single physical therapist is an ambassador profession. it is a healing caring profession. So everybody out there serving as an ambassador. Keep up the good work well done. I like that very much texaco. Drop the mic chopping so much. Let's move on those june cassini again all right good to see you. I'm gonna keep this thing safe. Don't where i'm gonna take good care of talk all right. Thanks so much all right. Let's keep moving on. Drop those comments below. Give us some questions. Bring chuck back and all of our guests. But let's move on to our next guests. Let's do it Currently a student physical therapist that strives to empower the students that will carry the future reputation. That people chuck was just talking about a high achiever values efficiency. Creativity a communicator. That enjoys active listening. And letting people have their voices heard also a producer of this podcast. Let's bring him onstage. Finally now he gets to his own show. Tail is that we are to be on stage for the podcast that you've been producing for the longest time it's the end they slide but i'm here i love that. Tell you been aboard the show for a couple of months now and I will. I wanted to say this about you. And this is what i've noticed. So we're going to do kind of like this is like the cpi but for the pt. Podcast i'm gonna tell you. My thoughts live in front of everybody. Tayo always has the same demeanor the same. Look the same face on and you don't like he's just very like like nothing moves everything just boom. I'm almost a mike. Do everything via zoom on like frozen. And he's not and then. It just looks like taylor's like he's got nothing nothing there and then i ask you a question. What did you think about that guest. Or what do you think we should do next. And then the most thoughtful response always comes out of your mouth so the funny part is we are complete opposites net. I can't sit still as you can tell a bouncing around all over the place and tales always in the center of the screen looking exactly like like he is right now boom exactly what. I'm talking about right there. But then we asked him boom right on cue so thank you all right so tale for the audience just a what year are you where you from. I know where you're from because we're from the same place but like everybody like the superhero backstory. Yeah so basically. I'm from newburgh. New york on the great four five is jimmy knows kind of upstate. New york and i'm currently a second year therapists college so we wanted to bring yang because number one producer. Show you kinda helped. Put this episode together. you've also got a project that's really really important to you. In terms of the ithaca college physical therapy students of color. You're involved with that as their vice president Tell us about what is that. Why are you involved. And what do people become when they're a part of that. What's the goal that organization. Yes so pretty much I i'd have to say that that organization was created by a poster. Say or i should say now. Dr posted room say she graduated last year but their dpd but essentially the organization is here to connect current end income students across on different socioeconomic cultural backgrounds. And then just give them the resources to succeed in the program us currently on the vice president outreach coordinator last year and it was a very very big like changed my life and just seeing that and being able to lead in that way was very beneficial for me that i saw how i could help people so it was like okay. That's why i tried to take that next step to apply for a national position. Talk about what's what's the national position. That so then after that i was kind of like well i guess you know. I'm looking at the applications on twitter. I wasn't really on twitter yet. But i started see little little by little then saw the application for the student celebrated actors and so i reached out to a phosa. Actually i was like you know. Should i do this. She was like yes definitely thought about again. Last day an applications. I sent it in and getting slated in selected as a nominating committee. Chair line so real briefly nominating committee. You get to kind of pick the slate. The ap board of directors slate that term slate is probably being thrown around a lot. That is the the menu with which people will choose the next board And you kinda get to you know you kind of like a head hunter you get to kind of like you know figure out you know who who is best suited where which has got to be a pretty a pretty daunting position yet but also like i guess what i liked about the position Was the fact that i can speak to students all over the country and see where their interests lie and then from there i could help them figure out. What's best for them whether that be. You know you can apply for this position or it's like okay. We have some other committees. We have other opportunities. I could see if i can help you out within your state as well so for me. It was just like okay. I see a lot of these opportunities. Helped me out and then it's like okay. I know a lot of other students would like this opportunity but they might not know exactly where they want to go with that. So i mean i really enjoy. I was on the phone yesterday with the student and it was like same thing she was like. Yeah i'm interested. I don't know where i wanna go. We talk for a few minutes. She ended up being okay. I think i like this. Sent her an email at someone else Who's on the board and is able to start that conversation your connector yes which which gets overlooked with a connection i mean. How important is that. But a lot of i mean look back at great moments in history or business or anything. A connection is is the first step so when you when you said you said you waited. I didn't know this you wait until the last day to apply what gave you. I'm gonna use words. Use his words on purpose. What gave you the permission. Like who. who or what gave like you didn't have to take that leap. You got other stuff to do. This isn't putting yourself out there win. Lose or draw is not an easy thing. What gave you permission or the. Yeah i can't. i'm allowed. I'm allowed to do this or allowing myself.

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Cornell University To Require COVID-19 Vaccine For On-Campus New York Students

WBZ Overnight News

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Cornell University To Require COVID-19 Vaccine For On-Campus New York Students

"For its students and staff. CBS is least Matteo has the details. Cornell University officials say all students and staff returning to Ithaca, Geneva and Cornell Tech campuses will be required to get a covert shot for the fall semester. Those with religious beliefs or medical conditions that don't allow them to receive the vaccine will be exempt. Officials say. The move will place them in a better position to resume in person classes. The New York College follows other institutions like Rutgers Universe. City who announced a school wide mandate last month. Lisa Matteo CBS News, a

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"ithaca" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"ithaca" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Going to stay on the topic of policing. As we have noted, Changing the way policing is done is hard, so we in trying to hear the experiences of people who are trying. That's what we call the mayor of Ithaca, New York, Savante Myrick. This week he announced plans to replace the city's police department with a civilian lead agency. If passed, it would be known as the Department of Community Solutions and Public Safety. The agency will include both armed and unharmed first responders who are trained to deescalate a number of situations, all of whom will report to a civilian public safety director. This proposal has been called one of the most sweeping police over halls in the country. So we've called the mayor to tell us more Mr Way. You're welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. I'm really thrilled to be here. So first. What can you just tell me how you started to think about this in this way? How and when. You know, starting in 2014 and culminating this summer, It was very clear that we were in a moment that was unlike any other. You know, the death of George florid triggered uprisings that were in some cases centuries in the making. So the governor issued an executive order that said Every police agency should do a deep restructuring. They should talk to the community. Gather data and figure out how best to move forward. I, um kicked off process and end of collaborating with our partners in Tompkins County. We brought in the center for police Equity, which has been wonderful partner as we analyze our data and do a landscape of view of other communities of the tactics. And it really wasn't until the end the last couple weeks of this process where we looked at all of our data, and it became clear His date with the police officers themselves are saying, Look, we're too stretched. You're asking us to do too much. You need more tools in the tool kit because you can't just call us for every problem and then get mad. When every problem isn't solved the way you want it to be. In the community was saying we don't want public safety to go away. We all want to feel safe. But we too want to see a different kind of public safety. We want to see people walking the beat again. You know, we want to see people engaging with the community and There a lot of problems we want a response for, But the presence of guns, the presence of a militarized force triggers people who are carrying past traumas was in the last couple weeks of the processes that were synthesizing all the data it became clear to me. And ended up in the report. The thing to do is to start over, but it helped me see it. So what happens every day like if you I wake up unethical, like if you had a chance to implement this. I wake up in Ithaca. What do I see? Is that do I see Offers armed individuals and around individuals walking together. Do I see how what does it look like? Yeah, all of the above. What? So what you would see is Sometimes you see the armed public safety workers, which is what we're calling them by themselves. Sometimes you see the unarmed community solutions workers by themselves on foot walking around engaging the community. Solving things that we know will never lead to an arrest and have extremely low chances of leading to violence. And sometimes you see them dispatched together, right? Somebody's barricaded in their house there in mental distress, their neighbors worried. So they called. Maybe for that we send the community solutions officers that they Start to feel on easy. They think they may need some armed backup. We can dispatch both together. So So what you're seeing is actually is more tools in your toolkit. Their proposal has its critics. I mean, the police chief called the draft called the Draft radical. The president of the Ithaca Police Benevolent Association. The P B A. The union said he was deeply concerned by the proposal. The Ethical Police chief statement said that he agrees that police shouldn't respond. Every crisis. But he I think is concerned about you know, losing resource is so so, What do you say it and I'm guessing some of the public might be too. So what do you say to that? I understand I truly do were officers were coming from because this is not just a career for many of them, and it's not just a job. It's an identity. And any deep structural change like this might threaten their identity. And that's why you're here inside the same statements, they say. Now we understand that things aren't going well. Morale inside the department is low trust from the community is a slow it's it's ever been. We've watched the uprisings. We understand that we need real change. And then when real change is presented to go well, do we really have to have real change? It is a tourism in local government. That the only thing people hate more than the status quo. Is change and that managing that change. It's just gotta be necessary, and I think you know the governor's executive order and what we put it. The center of our effort is that we have to have a collaborative process. The police were invited to provide a ton of input and a ton of their input did make it into the report and the 19 recommendations that are in that report.

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Ithaca, New York, Mayor's Police Reform Plan

All Things Considered

05:06 min | 9 months ago

Ithaca, New York, Mayor's Police Reform Plan

"Going to stay on the topic of policing. As we have noted, Changing the way policing is done is hard, so we in trying to hear the experiences of people who are trying. That's what we call the mayor of Ithaca, New York, Savante Myrick. This week he announced plans to replace the city's police department with a civilian lead agency. If passed, it would be known as the Department of Community Solutions and Public Safety. The agency will include both armed and unharmed first responders who are trained to deescalate a number of situations, all of whom will report to a civilian public safety director. This proposal has been called one of the most sweeping police over halls in the country. So we've called the mayor to tell us more Mr Way. You're welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. I'm really thrilled to be here. So first. What can you just tell me how you started to think about this in this way? How and when. You know, starting in 2014 and culminating this summer, It was very clear that we were in a moment that was unlike any other. You know, the death of George florid triggered uprisings that were in some cases centuries in the making. So the governor issued an executive order that said Every police agency should do a deep restructuring. They should talk to the community. Gather data and figure out how best to move forward. I, um kicked off process and end of collaborating with our partners in Tompkins County. We brought in the center for police Equity, which has been wonderful partner as we analyze our data and do a landscape of view of other communities of the tactics. And it really wasn't until the end the last couple weeks of this process where we looked at all of our data, and it became clear His date with the police officers themselves are saying, Look, we're too stretched. You're asking us to do too much. You need more tools in the tool kit because you can't just call us for every problem and then get mad. When every problem isn't solved the way you want it to be. In the community was saying we don't want public safety to go away. We all want to feel safe. But we too want to see a different kind of public safety. We want to see people walking the beat again. You know, we want to see people engaging with the community and There a lot of problems we want a response for, But the presence of guns, the presence of a militarized force triggers people who are carrying past traumas was in the last couple weeks of the processes that were synthesizing all the data it became clear to me. And ended up in the report. The thing to do is to start over, but it helped me see it. So what happens every day like if you I wake up unethical, like if you had a chance to implement this. I wake up in Ithaca. What do I see? Is that do I see Offers armed individuals and around individuals walking together. Do I see how what does it look like? Yeah, all of the above. What? So what you would see is Sometimes you see the armed public safety workers, which is what we're calling them by themselves. Sometimes you see the unarmed community solutions workers by themselves on foot walking around engaging the community. Solving things that we know will never lead to an arrest and have extremely low chances of leading to violence. And sometimes you see them dispatched together, right? Somebody's barricaded in their house there in mental distress, their neighbors worried. So they called. Maybe for that we send the community solutions officers that they Start to feel on easy. They think they may need some armed backup. We can dispatch both together. So So what you're seeing is actually is more tools in your toolkit. Their proposal has its critics. I mean, the police chief called the draft called the Draft radical. The president of the Ithaca Police Benevolent Association. The P B A. The union said he was deeply concerned by the proposal. The Ethical Police chief statement said that he agrees that police shouldn't respond. Every crisis. But he I think is concerned about you know, losing resource is so so, What do you say it and I'm guessing some of the public might be too. So what do you say to that? I understand I truly do were officers were coming from because this is not just a career for many of them, and it's not just a job. It's an identity. And any deep structural change like this might threaten their identity. And that's why you're here inside the same statements, they say. Now we understand that things aren't going well. Morale inside the department is low trust from the community is a slow it's it's ever been. We've watched the uprisings. We understand that we need real change. And then when real change is presented to go well, do we really have to have real change? It is a tourism in local government. That the only thing people hate more than the status quo. Is change and that managing that change. It's just gotta be necessary, and I think you know the governor's executive order and what we put it. The center of our effort is that we have to have a collaborative process. The police were invited to provide a ton of input and a ton of their input did make it into the report and the 19 recommendations that are in that report.

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Lauren Oyler Talks About Deception Online

The Book Review

04:20 min | 9 months ago

Lauren Oyler Talks About Deception Online

"Lauren. Oiler joins us now. From ithaca new york. Her first novel is just out. It's called a fake accounts. Lauren thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having me alright. So people know your name even before this novel moseley probably as credit. You've written book reviews for the new york times booker view but also for many other places. Talk a little bit if you would about your reviewing. And how did you get into this well. I started reviewing as elliptical writer. As i think. Many increasingly many writers wrench generation will have to sort of similar background. Just about the millennial generation yes. I'm eleni on thirty years old. So i consider myself a true millennial smack in the middle and i said in english and college and when i graduated i moved to berlin and part because it was really cheap to live there and i wanted to work on my writing and the first sort of opportunity i got with to write liberals about books so every week i think for over a year i would write like a top ten list about top ten bucks three when you're sad and second your house or or whatever and you just made these like did you just come up with all by yourself or did you sort of pull friends. How did you compile them. Sometimes they would suggest something so if there was some event or you know if there was a holiday. Do something related to that. But it was really like. I could do whatever i wanted. And i think i was being paid. Twenty five pounds per article. Which means that. I had a lot of freedom to sort of cover the kind of books that i wanted to cover and do sort of weirder things and in the process of researching this column. I read a lot of criticism. I read a lot of weird sort of book websites. And i learned a lot about what was going to contemporary literature. Learned a lot about what i liked. Agent like in criticism as well. I want to hear everything you learned in all of those areas. I mean i. I guess what. What were the weird book websites. Well at the time we were living through a period which is now referred to as it right so the author but maybe many listeners will know from this movement is tau win. But there was a large group of sort of internet inflicted writers and poets and novelists who are doing sort of experimental literature. That was very much inflicted by the internet. And what kind of book criticism did you read. Where did you turn to other than us. Oh of course. I was reading really widely. But the thing that the way that i really got into it in the way that i sort of developed my style was by reading. Lots of old issues of el arbi wonder review of books online. And i just found that that you know. They're sort of signature combination of of very sort of cheeky. It's not cheeky. But it's it's very indepth in a along review. In which many sort of the books. The books are viewed for many different angles but ultimately there's a real perspective that's gone into those pieces that i really connected west. We should say at this point because it doesn't necessarily show up in your voice that you grew up in west virginia so this is like a very presumably big cultural shift going to berlin and reading the l. r. Did you grow up exposed to a lot of books and to criticism as as a as a kid or a teenager. No absolutely not. Don't overstate might rural upbringing raw. Basically not in a suburb but but something like a suburb But there wasn't you know there wasn't a lot of there weren't a lot of magazines around like i wasn't reading the new yorker. My family was reading the new yorker and my family our readers but they're reading sort of marshawn nra Stuff which is fine. And i should have to do my customary disclosure. Which is that. I did go to jail so that is really where. I got my my hose. Anything you can see the semi writing as well which is a real combination of of colloquial like mainstream kind of slang and the higher register that could be interpreted as literary or more serious. And i think that it really does come from this kind of normal upbringing in west virginia combined with suddenly. I'm at yale. And then i moved to europe.

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All That Is Wicked

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:11 min | 1 year ago

All That Is Wicked

"This is dryden village in upstate. New york near ithaca. The first settler arrived here in seventeen ninety seven and it was eventually named after english poet. John dryden the small country village. They founded was quirky. Six mile creek was actually twenty miles long but the people who lived there were proud of their heritage. After the revolutionary war. The town became part of the military tract program. It was a government scheme that gifted each new york soldier hundreds of acres of land a type of payment for participating in the war the war of eighteen twelve drafted even more soldiers so more veterans came and some of its most notable early villagers were the scots. They were respected family. That was really well known for their contributions to the village but they were also known for the string of horrific murders in their family. Red light you can imagine this now lost snow on bravo. I'm a journalism professor at the university of texas and austin and now i've never really driven in the snow. It took me about an hour just to drive thirteen miles. From ithaca craig scott and i drive the back roads of dryden winding pass churches and fields to brookefield farm. This has been in his family for almost two hundred years. Another scutt kathy. Chadwick lives here with her son and her dog. Hannah ohana i wander around for awhile outside. Craig is a retired local businessman and politician who has lived off of scutt road for decades. The local cemeteries are filled with his ancestors. The scutt name rings royalty in dryden at least to me. He and cathy have hundreds of relatives in the county but they've never actually met most of them. What is it like to come from such a large family. I have two cousins vast family. We always run into people that we didn't know we were were part of a tree somewhere. I at least. I find that i went to the picnic a couple of years ago. And oh my word. Where did all this cuts come from. So it was a little surprising to me that the family was so extensive. The scots arrived in america. In the early sixteen hundreds from amsterdam they owned lumber mills clothing mills and thousands of acres of farmland. They felt blessed to be a part of such a close community. Gerald smith is a historian and nearby broome county and an expert on small town life in the eighteen hundreds. Everybody knows everybody else. Everybody would go over and help the neighboring farmer or two or three farms down. If there was a problem the barn burned down. There's a barn. Raising the family's patriarch in eighteen. Forty two was john scott. He was a fifty five year old decorated veteran in the war of eighteen twelve. John own this house which looks really small from the outside. But it's two stories with four bedrooms and a large basement a pretty impressive eighteen forties house that has stayed in the scott family for generations. A well with original slate stone sits just feet from the house. A murder of crows lives in a massive willow tree nearby. I can remember as a child coming out here to visit. It's not a bad thing to hang on a little bit to the past john. Scott was cathy chadwick's great great. Great grandfather he became a well known schoolteacher in dryden a leader in the village he was highly intellectual and very hard working and a little strict told me about the family. Valley's well perseverance stubborn. It's right up there on top of the list. My grandfather used to say man's only as good as his word could give somebody your word. Make sure you keep it. He always was stressing that yeah and that was something that i did as well and commitment to each other. Henry scott was john and hannah's second eldest child henry was trusting. His mother and father had raised their five girls and seven boys to always welcome the wandering men who stumbled onto their farm.

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CDC delays school reopening guidance

Morning Edition

06:47 min | 1 year ago

CDC delays school reopening guidance

"School officials face an agonising choice in the next few weeks. How, if at all, did they send their kids back to school? To them. It's a decision about public health and about the kids who are closest to them. The president alleges. The decision is really about him. He's urging schools to open and criticizing his own administration's guidelines for opening safely and claiming without evidence that governors in school leaders want to keep schools shut to hurt him. They think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the schools close. No way. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools to get him open District leaders in Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta and many other communities have announced they will keep teaching remotely when school resumes. NPR's Corey Turner has been covering this and joins us now, Corey Good morning. Good morning, Steve. I want to mention that the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said behind the lectern yesterday. Science should not stand in the way of reopening. Now people mock. That is if she was dismissing science. But in context, she appeared to be arguing that the science supports reopening. That's what she said. But what is the research to actually say? Yeah, That's right. The the science suggests that kid's generally don't get very sick from Cove in 19 so the administration is not far on that one. But it is less clear how easily kids spread it, especially if they're clustered in schools. But we have to remember that the realist you here is that many states are right now seeing substantial community spread of the disease, and the science is not clear that reopening schools in that context is smart or safe. As for that CDC guidance you mentioned Steve, our colleague, Franco Ordo. Nia's reported last night that the agency is going to delay some new school reopening documents, although it's a little confusing here because CDC has said these documents are not a revision or a softening of the old guidance that President Trump doesn't like, just sort of an elaboration. Well, that's right. Because the president criticized the guidelines to toughen. The CDC essentially said Too bad the science is what it is these guidelines so what would make the guidelines contentious? I mean, some of them are really tough having kids where face coverings, staggering school schedules, But maybe the hardest is keeping kids six feet apart in the classroom, you know, do the math to do that you a have to divide kids into smaller classroom groups. B. Find more classroom space and see find more teachers on that stuff, And that's why some places like New York City say. They're going to have to do a hybrid schedule, bringing some kids in some of the time What our various school superintendents saying as they make these decisions, So they're saying that you know, in spite of President Trump trying to sideline the CDC, they're still very much working with and listening to local, state and federal public health officials and Levet. She heads the savanna Chatham County public schools in Georgia. She told me she's constantly checking in with the head of her public health department and looking over daily infection data for her community. Every day and look at the numbers and I'm like, Please, Please let him go down. Please let him go down and they're not going down. Which is why Levet says her hardest day in this pandemic was not when Georgia closed her school's back in March. I was just last week when looking at the numbers, she decided there was just no way for her to fully reopen at roughly the same time is when President Trump began his campaign to pressure school leaders into quickly reopening Accusing them of not doing what's best for kids. Anyone out there who's questioning whether not educated or at home and not doing the work that I young people need us to be doing the wrong. That's Louvel Brown, He's head of the Ithaca City School district in Ithaca, New York, were working even more now, and we can't wait to get these babies back in our spaces. Superintendents do at least share President Trump's sense of urgency. It is better. To have kids back in school every day. Paul Imhoff is the superintendent of Upper Arlington schools near Columbus, Ohio. All of us want that all of us are anxious for that. But then in half pauses as soon as it's safe, Michael Ina hosta who runs the Dallas Independent School District puts it this way. Sometimes parents forgive us if we commit educational malpractice. They will never forgive us if we let something happen to their Children, So what does it mean to open schools safely? Many school leaders are following. CDC is recommendation to space desks six feet apart, and Brown says that's forcing him to get creative will use everyone about spaces. We hope to be able to get outside and you those faces as well. But I still don't think we can get all of our young people in school at the same time in Dallas. Michael in a hostess says. We think we can have a pretty safe learning about him. But we're gonna have mask We're goingto have face shields. We're going to have a Plexiglas in the classroom. The plexiglass. He's Says, helps him fit more students into each classroom. Even with that, though, Dallas County is seeing substantial community spread of the disease. So in a hostess says he wants to delay the start of school by several weeks. Chad guest in the head of the Phoenix Union High School District, says this pandemic is forcing educators to become epidemiologists. We were spending so much time studying Respiratory droplets and measuring classrooms and how many kids fit on a bus and how to transition thousands of kids between periods that we lost track of the core of our work. And that core guest in says is teaching and learning. So Steve with infection rates skyrocketing in Arizona to guest in recently announced that for now, at least all of his students are going to keep learning remotely. And that way, he says he and his staff Khun Get back to focusing on you know how to be a great school. Well, sounds like the bottom line is that many schools maybe even most schools will not open on time in August of the start of September. At least not fully know. I think there's just too much uncertainty, especially with infection rates rising again in so many places. It's also worth noting, though, that several recent national polls show a majority of parents Really opposed schools rushing to reopen two parents are on the side of schools. In many places. I even heard from the superintendent in Ithaca, where infection rates are pretty low, Super intown Superintendent Brown told me. You know the key to everyone being able to return to school there. Really boils down to one word, vaccine them. And if you have different schools, making different decisions in different areas, you have parents looking around and saying, Wait a minute. What are we supposed to do here and wanting to be conscious with their own kids, right? Absolutely. I mean, it gets back to the same old line I've heard every day since covering schools, which is their controlled locally. Cory, Thanks for your work. Thank you. Steve, NPR's education

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"ithaca" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Said he asked the president and the president said according to someone I don't want a quid pro quo that's simple here's your forecast mother nature has turned the page right into winter for lots of places across the U. S. a low pressure system moves off leaving quite a few inches of early season snow behind in New England and the Adirondacks and some possible record lows or at least below average temps throughout much of the northeast terms of settled into the twenties and thirties as well across the northern plains and upper Midwest for the first part of the weekend the rest of the country will see mostly average temperatures that is except for the extreme upper tier where a new blast of arctic air pushes cold and snow across the Canadian border hi temps today could reach forty two in Fargo North Dakota unlikely thirty eight degrees for Ithaca New York probably forty seven in DC seventy seven in Tampa sixty five in Houston eighty six in Phoenix seventy eight in Sacramento and fifty seven degrees in Seattle that's a check of your national forecast from red eye radio I'm Jim Johnson one of five point nine FM Washington's power players come to talk president Mike pence is here thank you Sir thank you and listen I listen every morning as I drive to the office and a secretary of housing and urban development and a good friend of program Dr Ben Carson always a pleasure to be with senator Tom cotton thanks very much thank you for being on one oh five point nine FM thank you small you M. A. L. for closure is hard on every member of the family but your family is not alone if you're struggling with your mortgage there is help to learn about the government's making home affordable program visit making home affordable dot gov or call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope to speak to a hud approved housing counselor it's free of charge visit making home affordable dot gov or call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope today brought to you by the US treasury hud neighbor works America and the ad council children's cancer research fund we believe a world without child cancers possible but it takes on us and whether it's developing a groundbreaking treatment for helping a girl realize your dream everyone has a role in a child's cancer journey just as researcher Brandon Moriarty about his latest breakthrough genetic marker treatment children's cancer research fund is a great organization they provide funding to really dig deep into the research and make more progress we were able to star in a clinical trial that's led by Emily Greengard the hope is that these types.

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"ithaca" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Go back to what he said he asked the president and the president said according to someone I don't want a quid pro quo that's simple here's your forecast mother nature has turned the page right into winter for lots of places across the U. S. a low pressure system moves off leaving quite a few inches of early season so behind in New England and the Adirondacks and some possible record lows or at least below average temps throughout much of the northeast terms of settled into the twenties and thirties as well across the northern plains and upper Midwest for the first part of the weekend the rest of the country will see mostly average temperatures that is except for the extreme upper tier where a new blast of arctic air pushes cold and snow across the Canadian border hi temps today could reach forty two in Fargo North Dakota unlikely thirty eight degrees for Ithaca New York probably forty seven in DC seventy seven in Tampa sixty five in Houston eighty six in Phoenix seventy eight in Sacramento and fifty seven degrees in Seattle that's a check of your national forecast from red eye radio I'm Jan Johnson no California now mandates that you initial four pages and sign a fifth page of a twenty three page document stating that you've done your research before choosing a solar contractor the state does is because there's so many bad actors out there and that's why I love telling about Palomar solar and roof these are one of the good guys so there's a whole process here yeah when you're doing your research here you go to the California state license board website and you can look up any contractor for having to come to your house and we got to Seoul you got to make sure they have a C..

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"ithaca" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Go back to what he said he asked the president and the president said according to someone I don't want a quid pro quo that's simple here's your forecast mother nature has turned the page right into winter for lots of places across the U. S. a low pressure system moves off leaving quite a few inches of early season so behind in New England and the Adirondacks and some possible record lows or at least below average temps throughout much of the northeast terms of settled into the twenties and thirties as well across the northern plains and upper Midwest for the first part of the weekend the rest of the country will see mostly average temperatures that is except for the extreme upper tier where a new blast of arctic air pushes cold and snow across the Canadian border hi temps today could reach forty two in Fargo North Dakota a likely thirty eight degrees for Ithaca New York probably forty seven in DC seventy seven in Tampa sixty five in Houston eighty six in Phoenix seventy eight in Sacramento and fifty seven degrees in Seattle that's a check of your national forecast from red eye radio I'm Jan Johnson the holidays are on an Old Navy we're all jeans all pants all sweaters and all our where are on sale up to fifty percent off now gene started just fifteen Bucks for adults ten Bucks for kids all the looks you love even this season's must have plaid styles.

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Dish Truck helps events reduce single-use plastic

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Dish Truck helps events reduce single-use plastic

"I'm Dr Anthony Lies Roots and this is climate connections. One of the biggest draws of a festival or fair is the food food fried dough barbecue kebabs and more but much of that tasty food is served with plastic plates cups and utensils. Everywhere I went I kept seeing amount amounts of garbage. That's Joey Diana Gates of Ithaca New York. She says using disposable plastic causes a lot of carbon pollution. The materials are extracted refine manufactured. Shift sold brought home used and discarded so four years ago Gates started a nonprofit on profit project called DESTRUC- We provide durable dishes for folks to use it events and festivals instead of disposables at the end of an event. She takes the dirty dishes. shes away. She compost the food scraps and washed the plates and silverware and a commercial kitchen gates plans to grow the project. She hopes to get her own. Kitchen worship can install a solar hot water heater and wash the dishes using renewable energy and she is exploring innovative ways to improve energy efficiency for example by a using the heat from discarded wastewater to help warm the next round of freshwater so climate conscious festivalgoers eat up. And don't worry about the dishes. Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Mental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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"ithaca" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on WJR 760

"For the moment it could know the cool things going on in the community and community groups could promote what they're doing well those calendars in those flyers are now being banned in some districts and for real libraries river reason Tim Danny is an attorney with regard to any and Garneau and he's got a client that subset of the medical school system is preventing students from handing out these flyers Tim good afternoon. good afternoon so what's behind this with the using as justification for this band. well actually figured out what was behind it because they sent a freedom of information act request and and of the paper trails very clear last fall they got a complaint from one. who said I got a flyer that invited my child to come to an off campus campus isn't for real release time classes for religious instruction with parents permission and because they were offended that they're charging child got that flyer they went to the school district and complained and the school's attorneys then proceeded to tell her you know what in response to that we will now not hand out flyers for anyone not secular groups not religious groups not anyone. the disappointing part about that is it's clearly legal to hand out fliers for both secular and religious groups there's a federal court decision there's a state court decision this is not a gray area in the law but in the name of political correctness they said we're just gonna stop handing them out for all the community groups based on one squeaky wheel. one squeaky wheel. so. with it you know so that the crazy thing here is because of this one person who had an objection how many other people are being inconvenience because now they can't promote their community event and the community can't learn about it who who else is being inconvenienced by this or being harmed. plenty of folks the the the group the the the organization that my clients are most focused with his RBM which does the release time classes and what they have found in other districts if the flyers are handed out the numbers of kids generally drops in half and we've also folks have talked to other community groups in the area and they've said they've experienced the negative drop to including the Boy Scouts who say their way down in the numbers for H. and United Way so everyone suffers when we overreact to political correctness so you see that the this is it firmly in the lawsuit it's the it's it's not like that there's any legal exposure here for the school district in Ithaca. no I think sometimes the squeaky wheel gets the grease and the the they choose the path of least resistance end of the path of least resistance is just to respond to a particular complain front of them and times of which they do you know if you don't like to just throw it away. find it put in the round. you know I like to compare it to I think of it as like a smorgasbord if you go to a smorgasbord you pick the food that you like but you don't turn over all the other bowls and stomp on them because you don't like the other food you know all the parent has to do is say you know what it means parental consent to go to that I don't want you to go to that so you don't go when you throw the waste paper basket but now what we have is we're denying all the other kids the opportunity to be to to know about community groups that stand ready to help them I want to give you one really good example I think think about this ever after every school shooting what is the one word they use to describe the shooter it's loner now is not the time to isolate students from these community groups that are ready to encourage them and in fact I have a very specific example one of the kids that came to the release time classic couple years ago made a very important life changing decision and in fact the the the they later found out that the day before in school that child and had been expressing suicidal thoughts well do we really want to isolate those students from community groups that are ready to help which is why this is much more than just about a flyer in a book bag and how many this is in Ithaca how many other districts are dealing with this film. I deal with this issue all across the state and I can tell you it's becoming more of a trend and one of the reasons is one of the leading school law firms in the state has been basically telling schools you know what just make it easier for yourself and don't handed out don't hand out flyers for employees so standard the problem is there are other people that suffer from that decision. so what what what kind of the errors do you have in your quiver here I know you're gonna be going to that you're gonna be sending some folks to the school board meeting up in Ithaca and plead with them to reinstitute this but what do you do you have to file suit on something like this to get this reinstated. this is more of a policy decision with the school board it's not a matter of you can force the school to hand out flyers for community groups because if they don't have them out for anybody. then they don't have to hand them out for anybody but you know that I think what they thought is well we have a complaint will stop doing it and I think the of not been properly been made aware that there are other people that disagree with that decision and other people and other groups that are negatively impact so what I hear you saying is we need more squeaky wheels to left and help with that that that there are many more folks the relying on those community event letters than those that don't timber thank you so much for bringing this to our attention we appreciated and Phyllis on the outcome once the the board meeting is concluded okay will do that thank.

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Circus performer changes careers after learning about climate change

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Circus performer changes careers after learning about climate change

"Nick Goldsmith of Ithaca New York fights climate Mitch Change for a living but fifteen years ago it was not even on his radar at the time he had recently graduated from circus school and it was making a living as a performer. You're I worked for about ten years as a professional juggler and Acrobat traveling the world but during a show in Germany. He injured his back. He took some time off to heal while resting. He did a lot of reading and learned about the climate crisis. It's one of those things you can't unlearn so I started doing a lot of research on my own on climate tamed self on energy efficiency on renewable energy and he felt compelled to get involved he joined environmental advocacy groups and then he made the leap going back back to school for a Master's in energy management today. Goldsmith is a sustainability director for the city of Ithaca. He's working on green building policy and how to support more or electric vehicles. His work is helping the city. Get closer to its goal of becoming carbon neutral by the year twenty thirty the community here is really really engaged in sustainability sustainability and environmental action and they get involved and get their hands dirty so Goldman's career has taken a dramatic turn but the former juggler still has a lot of balls in the air

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"ithaca" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Show to be out of sync with our times. Yes, they're beautiful women. Yes. I think it's wonderful women walking around there. But every time I watched the show. I always notice that in the first row in the second row. There are bunch of guys who have nothing to do with fashion. Nothing to do with underwear they'll actors, you know, the Leo dicaprio's. They're looking to go baby her. I'm like what is that? And it takes me back to the movies. The westerns we saw on TV the movies. We saw in the fifties and sixties and seventies made at that time showing houses of ill repute in the old west and they bring in the Cowboys from the range, it'd be sitting there with their whiskey in their cigars. And it'd be watching the women come down, and they decide which woman they wanted to spend the night with. That's what it reminds me of THEO from Ithaca New York where they have great pizza. Welcome to sterling on Sunday. Hello. Thank you. Taking my call. So I ice work Victoria's Secret. When I worked there. It was new and it was trash, but now it's kind of old, and I think people are over it. Nobody wants to wear a shirt or chairs that they check on it. The pink logo. Yes. It's all it's just everyone's over at nobody really wants to wear pink on their clothes. We're. I find that. I think the fashion show is hurting them. What do you think? No, I don't watch the fashion show because I don't think it has. I mean,.

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"ithaca" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ninety percent off the first year rich in Ithaca, New York. Great to have you on the program, sir. Hello. Good to talk to you. Thank you. I just had comment about the savannah Guthrie interview and the comment made about the young young man, not being able not having the right to wear his make America great again hat that would be like me telling the priests that he has no right to wear his collar or is pretty slick barracks because his priestly wardrobe FM. You know that is a good. That's a good point. I can the militant gays could he's you know, what you're Catholic priest uniform, it triggers me because I know you oppose me, you're making me. That's a good point. He shouldn't be allowed. He shouldn't have the right to wear his Catholic priest uniform in public. Only in church right at your point. It's kind of the. Yeah, it's kind of the point. And you know, I don't know whether that had went again any uniform policy for the Catholic school, and maybe that's what his point was. But it sounded more like a general thing. Like, you didn't even have the right to wear that wasn't his point. The guy is a never-trumper that that that was purely political. There's there's no question about that. At look a lot of people. A lot of people think that the hat is a trigger ended up the kids hadn't been wearing it. The not a bunch of things have happened wouldn't have happened. What if that's true? What if that's true? You have you can't just isolate these incidents because that becomes one then of many. So the messages you conservatives have got to stop public. Displays of what you believe you're causing too. Many people go crazy. So you can't you can't wear a Trump for president button. You can't wear make America. Great again hat. We're getting to the point where the American flag is a trigger. Flag makes me thinking slavery. The flag makes me think of stressing flag of it. If we don't shut this this garbage kind of thinking down at some point. We're dealing with a bunch of kids essentially immature child people who need to be told to grow up. Stood up to and now, our final obscene profit.

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"ithaca" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on WTVN

"Ninety percent off the first year rich in Ithaca in New York. Great to have you on the program, sir. Hello. Good to talk to you. Thank you. I just comment about the savannah Guthrie interview. And the comments made about the young young man, not being able not having the right to wear his making Erica, great again hat that would be like me telling the priests that he has no right to wear his collar or is pretty big barracks because his priestly wardrobe offends me. You know that is a good. That's a good point. I the militant gays could he's you know, what you're Catholic priest uniform, it triggers me because I know you oppose me, you're making me. That's a good point. He shouldn't be allowed. He shouldn't have the right to wear his Catholic priest uniform in public only in church right at your point. It's kind of the. Yeah, it's kind of the point. And you know, I don't know whether that had went again any uniform policy for the Catholic school, and maybe that's what his point was. But it sounded more like a general thing. Like, you didn't even have the right to wear that wasn't his point. The guy is a never-trumper that that that was purely political. There's there's no question about that. At look a lot of people. A lot of people think that the hat is a trigger ended up the kids hadn't been wearing it than a bunch of things have happened wouldn't have happened. What if that's true? What if that's true? You have you can't just isolate these incidents because that becomes one then of many. So the messages you conservatives have got to stop public. Displays of what you believe you're causing too. Many people go crazy. So you can't you can't wear a Trump for president button. You can't wear make America. Great again hat. We're getting to the point where the American flag is a trigger. Flag makes me think of slavery. The flag makes me think of stress rebel flag oven. If we don't shut this this garbage kind of thinking down at some point. We're dealing with a bunch of kids essentially, immature childlike people who need to be told to grow up. Stood up to and now, our final obscene profit timeout of the.

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"ithaca" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ninety percent off the first year rich in Ithaca, New York. Great to have you on the program, sir. Hello. Good to talk to you. Thank you. I just comment about the savannah Guthrie interview and the comment the priests made about the young young man, not being able not having the right to wear his make America great again hat that would be like me telling the priests that he has no right to wear his collar or is pretty slick barracks because his wardrobe offends me. You know that is a good. That's a good point. I can the militant gays could he's you know, what you're Catholic priest uniform it triggers me. 'cause I know you oppose me, you're making me again. That's a good point. He shouldn't be allowed. He should have the right to wear his Catholic priest uniform in public only in church, right? That's your point. It's kind of the. Yeah, it's kind of the point. And you know, I don't know whether that had went against any uniform policy for the Catholic school, and maybe that's what his point was. But it sounded more like a general thing. Like, you didn't even have the right to wear that wasn't his point. The guy is a never-trumper that that that was purely political. There's there's no question about that. At look a lot of people. A lot of people think that the hat is a trigger ended up the kids hadn't been wearing it. The not a bunch of things have happened wouldn't have happened. What what if that's true? What if that's true? You have you can't just isolate these incidents because that becomes one then of many. So the messages you conservatives have got to stop public. Displays of what you believe you're causing too. Many people go crazy. So you can't you can't wear a Trump for president button. You can't wear make America. Great again hat. We're getting to the point where the American flag is a trigger. No. You have certain flag makes me think of slavery. That flag makes me think of stress into reduc flag. If we don't shut this this garbage kind of thinking down at some point. We're dealing with a bunch of kids essentially, immature childlike people who need to be told to grow up. Stood up to and now, our final obscene profit timeout of the.

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"ithaca" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ninety percent off the first year rich in Ithaca in your great to have you on the program, sir. Hello. Good to talk to you. Thank you. I just come in about the savannah Guthrie interview and the comment the priests made about the young young man, not being able not having the right to where his make America great again hat that would be like me telling the priests that he has no right to wear his collar or clerics because pretty or drove me. You know that is a good. That's a good point the militant gays could easily. You know, what you're Catholic priest uniform, it triggers me because I know you oppose me, you're making me again. That's a good point. He shouldn't be allowed. He shouldn't have the right to wear his Catholic priest uniform in public only in church, right? That's your point. It's kind of the. Yeah, it's kind of the point. And you know, I don't know whether that had went against any uniform policy for the Catholic school, and maybe that's what his point was, but doubted more like a general thing like you didn't even have the right to where it wasn't his point. The guy is a never-trumper that that that was purely political. There's there's no question about that. At look a lot of people. A lot of people think that the hat is a trigger ended up the kids hadn't been wearing a bunch of things have happened wouldn't have happened. What if that's true? What if that's true? You you can't just isolate these incidents because that becomes one then of many. So the messages you conservatives have got to stop public. Displays of what you believe you're causing too. Many people go crazy. So you can't you can't wear a Trump for president button. You can't wear make America. Great again hat. We're getting to the point where the American flag is a trigger. Flag makes me think of slavery. The flag makes me think of strengths into rebel flag of it. If we don't shut this this garbage kind of thinking down at some point. We're dealing with a bunch of kids essentially immature child people who need to be told to grow up. Stood up to now, our final obscene profit timeout of the busy..

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"ithaca" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ninety percent off the first year rich in Ithaca, New York. Great to have you on the program, sir. Hello. Good to talk to you. Thank you. I just that comment about the savannah Guthrie interview. And the comments made about the young young man, not being able not having the right to where his make America great again hat that would be like me telling the priests that he has no right to wear his collar or is pretty clerics because his priestly wardrobe offends me. You know that is a good. That's a good point. I can the militant gays could easily. You know, what you're Catholic priest uniform, it triggers me because I know you oppose me, you're making me. That's a good point. He shouldn't be allowed. He shouldn't have the right to wear his Catholic priest uniform in public only in church right at your point. It's kind of the. Yeah, it's kind of the point. And you know, I don't know whether that had went again any uniform policy for the Catholic school, and maybe that's what his point was, but doubted more like a general thing like you didn't even have the right to where that wasn't his point. The guy is a never-trumper that that that was purely political. There's there's no question about that. At look a lot of people. A lot of people think that the hat is a trigger ended up the kids hadn't been wearing a bunch of things have happened wouldn't have happened. What if that's true? What if that's true? You you can't just isolate these incidents because that becomes one then of many. So the messages you conservatives have got to stop public. Displays of what you believe you're causing too. Many people go crazy. So you can't you can't wear a Trump for president button. You can't wear make America. Great again hat. We're getting to the point where the American flag is a trigger. Flag makes me think of slavery. The flag makes me think of stress into rebel flag of it. If we don't shut this this garbage kind of thinking down at some point. We're dealing with a bunch of kids essentially, immature childlike people who need to be told to grow up. Stood up to and now, our final obscene profit timeout of.

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"ithaca" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"ithaca" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Ninety percent off the first year rich in Ithaca in New York. Great to have you on the program, sir. Hello. Good to talk to you. Thank you. I just that comment about the savannah Guthrie interview and the comment the priests made about the young young man, not being able not having the right to where his making great again hat. That would be like me telling the priests that he has no right to wear his collar or is pretty sick because his pre sleep or drove offends me. You know that is a good. That's a good point. I the militant gays could he's you know, what you're Catholic priest uniform, it triggers me because I know you oppose me, you're making me. That's a good point. He shouldn't be allowed. He shouldn't have the right to wear his Catholic priest uniform in public only in church. That's your point. It's kind of the. Yeah, it's kind of the point. And I don't know whether that had went against any uniform policy for the Catholic school, and maybe that's what his point was. But it sounded more like a general thing like you didn't even have the right to where it was. It is the guy has never Trumper that that that was purely political. There's no question about that. At look a lot of people. A lot of people think that the hat is a trigger ended up the kids hadn't been wearing it than a bunch of things have happened wouldn't have happened. What what if that's true? What if that's true? You you can't just isolate these incidents because that becomes one then of many. So the messages you conservatives have got to stop public. Displays of what you believe you're causing too. Many people go crazy. So you can't you can't wear a Trump for president button. You can't wear make America. Great again hat. We're getting to the point where the American flag is a trigger. Certain flag makes me think of slavery. The flag makes me think of stress into reduc flag of it. If we don't shut this this garbage kind of thinking down at some point. We're dealing with a bunch of kids essentially, immature childlike people who need to be told to grow up. Stood up to and now, our final obscene profit timeout of the busy..

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Do Animals Dream? It depends...

Animal Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Do Animals Dream? It depends...

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