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Fresh "Jamila" from BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

01:00 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh "Jamila" from BBC Newshour

"Expected to include more vaccine doses for states $1400 stimulus checks. And additional funds for mass transit. Some of New Jersey's leading progressive activists are throwing their weight behind the lawsuit that argues the state's ballot design is unconstitutional. W on my CI's Nancy Solomon reports. Lawsuit is challenging the county line the way party machines give preferential placement on the ballot. The lawsuit was filed last summer by a long shot candidate. But now some of New Jersey's well known activists are joining, including Sue Allotment of New Jersey Working Families Alliance and because the entire state legislature benefits from the line. It's nearly impossible to vote people out. The only recourse activists and outsiders have is litigation. The federal lawsuit argues the ballots benefit insiders and incumbents who are placed in a column together, often pushing challengers into what's called ballot Siberia. The State University of New York will reopen its campuses on February 1st for the spring semester with increased coronavirus testing. Chancellor Jamila Tress outlined a system wide plan that he says will allow campuses to safely return to impersonate classes. All were turning students will be tested for Copan 19 and must quarantine for a week before their arrival. It's w N Y. C. Hello and welcome to news out from the BBC World Service Coming to you live from London on James Camara Saami. We begin today with the international response to the arrest and jailing of the Russian opposition leader Alexi Navalny onto Saturday's nationwide protest in support of him. Mr. Navalny was detained when he returned to Moscow.

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A Face-Punching Legal Battle

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:31 min | 2 months ago

A Face-Punching Legal Battle

"The ufc has an overwhelmingly dominant position as the biggest promotional organization that runs fights in mixed martial arts. It likely made close to a billion dollars in revenues last year. And that's estimated to be as much as ninety percent of all the revenues in mixed martial arts and it achieved that dominant position both by successfully managing and promoting the sport but also by buying out all of its biggest rivals in getting all of those top fighters from its rivals to fight for it. So you have. These numbers are not public but these estimates come from nash analyzes the business and finances of mixed martial arts for the website. The bloody elbow. He's our guide to this world and is the lawsuit filed by the former fighters against the ufc has unveiled all these documents. That show what the fighters get paid. We had an inkling. We had an idea but now we have like concrete numbers. Okay so here. Are some of the points made by the fighters and here are some of the. Us's agreements i the fighters argue that they simply get paid a much smaller share of the ufc's revenues than athletes and other major sports leagues. And this is true. Those new documents from the court hearing revealed that fighters get paid roughly twenty percent or less of ufc revenues in a given year for the major basketball baseball hockey and football leagues athletes. Get paid close to half of what they're leaks make and in boxing the other major combat sport. It's even higher close to sixty percent of boxing. Revenues goes to boxers. And one of the reasons john says is it. There are several major. Boxing promoters trying to sign fighters it's just a more competitive market so for the fcc. The fighter has to pitch to the of c. To hire him to give them a fight because he needs to be in the afc to make money were in. Boxing promoter has to find a fighter and convince him to let him promote them. Because he's the person drawing the money in response to the fighters. Ufc's arguing that even though it's fighters getting smaller share of its revenues. Those fighters are still getting paid more money over time because the ufc is making more in revenues over time so the overall level of the fighters pay is still going up and john says if the us seaward some other kind of company that response might be enough to win the case if the fighters are just like other workers and their pays going up. Why would it matter. If the fighters are getting a smaller share of the sports revenues than the athletes in other sports. What makes this case different honest with the plaintiffs argue is that the fighters aren't workers like a typical worker on a factory line. The fighters are the product and as the product. That's being sold. They deserve a share of the sales. Dmc has also argued that nick martial arts is still a young and growing sport should not be compared against established. Sports leagues plus. Dear makes the case that a big reason it makes so much. Money is not because of how great it's fighters are because of how good the you have c. is at putting on big lucrative fight nights that effectively. Ufc has a special ingredient that it adds to its fight cards john. Nash is a little skeptical of this one. But what is the special sauce is a little confusing. When of would claim it's their production. It's the way they things but then can you be more specific because you know. Boxing does the same thing they they promote fighters they put on events they they make packages that you know all that stuff that seems to be part of the special sauce is done by other other promotions plus john says if the ufc does have a special sauce and the specific fighters don't matter too much. Then why did the ufc go to such lengths to buy out its rivals and get their fighters and why does the ufc put restrictions in the fighters contracts that prevent them from fighting for other promotional companies. Look there's lots of other complexities in this lawsuit. For example the ufc also makes its fighters except the sponsorship deal with reebok and keeps a lot of the money from that deal the fighters say they could get their own sponsors which they used to be able to they would get paid more but really we're just scratching the surface here on this lawsuit and it probably has a long way to go anyways. But what is clear is that the lawsuit is a fight. About worker power the former fighters say they lost power to negotiate their pay because a ufc made the market for their talent less competitive the ufc disagrees and has argued that it should not be punished for being a successful company by the way we emailed a spokesperson for the ufc about the lawsuit. They have not yet responded. What's also clear right now. Is that the financial life of a lot of you. Have fighters is really hard fighters who are not highly ranked will sometimes get as little as ten thousand dollars for a fight and finders will have at most a few fights a year and they pay a big share of their earnings to their fight camps. The places that run their training and provide coaching things like that and so these former fighters are basically suing the ufc for what they believe they are owed what they argue they would have made if the ufc had allowed a competitive market for their services. Nate quarry one of these x. fighters says they're also hoping that the ufc has to change. Its approach to paying fighters going forward. We deserve our seat at the table. Whether it's talking about sponsorships whether it's negotiating our purses whether it's being able to fight for someone else free agency that's what we truly need in the sport where the fighters will have the ability to really test out the free market and see what our values this episode of the indicator was produced by jamila huxtable. In fact check by sean sal donya indicators paddy hirsch and is a production of npr.

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"jamila" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"jamila" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"I can't remember it was one of the two. The house was always being wiped down with finale. You can barely breathe. So i find the anti vaccine thing live in a vacuum of reality about what it is. When you don't have a choice which i think in collins time you didn't have a choice even now in india with covid nineteen if there's someone in your home that gets covert the government comes and puts a yellow tape outside and a sign on your door and so because india is still a country where in my childhood people could remember losing children to communicable diseases. You see what i mean and right now with covid nineteen. It's so awful. I have some family and some cousins. One person got diagnosed. Put a sign on the door and no one wants to even come near your house. So there's all these social ramifications that think make the experience of a pandemic different in different places but just anyway come back to the anti vaccine thing. It's something that really annoys me because it's kind of wrapped up in this thing about science and oh the children and do we really know what they're being vaccinated with. Yes but you know that if it goes in your face you could go doctor. It's generally and very privileged areas while people in india aren't going oh no. We'll take our chances with polio superwealthy. Wealthy privileged people in india are not antibac- sers because they see every day what it is you know. I am happy hospital recently nova unrelated to poison issues. But i went into hospital into image one hundred really slack temperature up when i went in which meant straightaway. I couldn't go to award. couldn't leave. city could only go to the covid possible ward and just listening to colleen story just then thinking about about a week ago for me what it was like probably being sealed off with plastic guys in has net suits oneness. Only i quickly say data. There's no bathroom and they will like. Yeah you can't use the bathrooms. This communal bathrooms on the full. No one uses the bathrooms on this little. I was like our k. Or shalah and they would decide. We'll deal with that when it comes will say what you call it tests and it was a really oscillating terrifying experience that i was ninety nine cents. I was fine in one. I they badged in and said you are a k. You need to leave much me off to another would but i i think about Colleen story particularly about being oscillated as a legal keyed ten for five six weeks away from your mom and dad sink completely terrified completely terrifying absolutely absolutely vowel. Tell us your story and what you contributed to the book. Oh well my main part or contribute your favorite about my life. In general weekly. Jamila is depressing. She gets also stuff out of the what we're here to talk about is dealing with an epidemic of what i grew up by the usual childhood diseases measles mumps hooping cough and they weren't innoculations against them in those days but i didn't the next look diphtheria and scholar paver knows that there was a big scare about polio and return now there is terrified at the slightest. Ako panels reminding polio. Anyway go nice and would to work at tabuk closest senatorial in the mainly. Because i couldn't afford to leave unless living in and having or by peak painful but it was a wonderful job. I really loved it. When officials twenty people were looking won't master the skin and burn by bane. Sometimes on Grist for two.

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LIVE From Home: Here We Go!

In The Thick

06:14 min | 4 months ago

LIVE From Home: Here We Go!

"Ought. To think this is a podcast about politics race and culture from a POC. Perspective I may know Hosa and I'm who you're a low and welcome to in the thick live from home I mean I had to commute from one bedroom to another to get here but I'm here on time. I'm here on time and I'm all present for you. Actually. We're so happy that you're joining us. So thrilled we actually thought we had this big plan for twenty twenty like all you. We were GONNA take the show on the row. We were going to be meeting you in person hugging dance. We're going to dance onstage maybe drink a beer or two afterward. But you know the pandemic happened, a lot of sadness happened a lot of rage happened, and so we're going to be virtual. We're talking about the twenty twenty election along with the letter other things including the POC vote. And you know it's really super important. So just because we're not out there in person doesn't mean we don't have to have these conversations and you know gymnasts we got to all stars tonight to all-stars please give workers. Welcome to Jamila King She's a reporter and host of the Mother Jones podcast she's joining us from her family's In Oakland California joke. Greeting. From apocalypse I doing house the dog. Oh man out there. It's rough. I'm looking outside of my window right now and the sky is. Orange you know. It's kind of tricky but I think it's real. Yeah. It's it's really are out here I you guys. All right. Let's give a poop roof to. Elite. Contributing opinion writer with the times and he's He's not live from the suburbs from Alexandria where we crazy. Live from home life from home or my kids are in the room and I'm praying to God they don't come in and start yelling. We crazy and Drinking Chai in. Coffee hoping that Jamila is. Safe. My home state burning I'm trying to come back to you guys new. York. One piece. Hey. Guess Co host to of in the thick, not only all stars but they've they've guest cohost. So awesome that you guys just say I was thinking about this this podcast years ago and we called so much of what's happening in America right nine we actually have the records to prove it just like the audio records of trump. We have the records to prove that we called a lot of this four years ago two, thousand, sixteen I feel like it's five because I've aged horrible fifty. In our minds in two thousand fifteen but it came to fruition in two, thousand, sixteen but. But. Yeah we did we and one of the things that we talked about which we all have talked about is the role of the media and how you guys are getting it wrong in. So many ways we talk about that but let's start off with our first topic so. It was twenty twenty. I think. You know every single one of us is battling some level of low grade or high-grade. Depression? You know he's just kind seeping in for me. The end of the summer is really hard moving into yet another season and still being in lockdown You know also just the weight of these decades, centuries of racism and injustice in this country. and that is kind of the backdrop for our twenty twenty-nine election update. We are now less than sixty days away from the November election I know, right so both the trump and binding campaigns are really upping their games. We think, right. We'd Hoke we know the Republicans are the Democrats. This election season but hey, the pandering has started as well. I don't know if guys have seen this actually was one of the first people notified about this campaign video by by Joe Biden people that are associated with the Joe. Biden campaign it's a campaign salsa song called. Biden. Muscles. Things. Just just. Coming off. Applaud keeps going. By. By then? Okay. Okay. Okay. So Oh God that's going to be playing all over Kissimmee Florida. I'm telling you they're going all in I know the people that created it. Very committed they just basically put Biden on the hook for that stuff right there. Yeah ecological in. Los Angeles. Off The detention facility. So his own campaign song is saying he's about to do that. Yeah. So and then the other thing I just wanted to add. Yaas who Maria interviewed. And frontline, we talk about this I think all the time you know the Obama deportation policy she was named to the transition team of Biden's campaign and all the immigrants, rights, activists, immigrant lawyers that I know I know you guys have been following. This are just there's a story in the hill people need to read it. They are up in arms about destroy. So there's a lot of questions about the Democrats right. Right it's it's yours to lose and I have nothing personally against Cecilia when yours But I did interview her and it was a moment that was very challenging Was You know? Talk me down 'cause right now I'm feeling like the. Vote. We are combined this immense electorate and it's like. Are you kidding me twenty twenty? I've been talking about this since the first time I covered politics in what in the early nineteen nineties. POC voters taken for granted.

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You mustn't lower yourself for men around you. You must show him what a strong woman looks like

Dare I Say

05:27 min | 7 months ago

You mustn't lower yourself for men around you. You must show him what a strong woman looks like

"Jamile is not afraid to call out body, shaming and diet culture. When she's not filming. The actor and activists can be found sparking lively online debates about toxic beauty standards. The social media account of her I wake campaign has more than nine hundred forty eight thousand followers. In this episode, Dare I say. Jamila spoke to Harper's Bazaar's political editor. Jennifer Ashley Right on top of curated Harper's bazaar's Politics Coverage Jennifer has written history books about fearless woman in history, deadly clothing items and bad historical breakups, Jennifer and Jamila want free social, an mainstream media, toxic masculinity and body and image shaming. They are women who dare. Jamila I'm so excited to be talking to you. Probably know. I, feel like it's important to make it clear that toxic masculinity is not all masculine behavior. Example that I think is somewhat helpful is that it's like saying I don't like burnt toast. That doesn't mean I dislike all toast that means I don't like toast when it's burnt and displace ripple to most people. And I know that means that we have to define what toxic masculinity is and social series have some very different definitions. Since the term was first coined I think in the nineteen eighties by a man who wanted men to get back in touch with their more masculine side by by doing drum circles. It's evolved a bit since then, but in my mind, it's probably fair to say that it is a vision of masculinity that. Dominance over everyone else whether it's women or gender, non conforming people or men who might appear weaker in some way, and that's a vision of masculinity that allows for violence for sexual harassment for tremendous cruelty in all manner of forms think. Stairs women. And I. I think that that feels. Makes People want to suppress them and empower them for what they recognize empowered, because a lot of men are very afraid of our politics. If you think about how extrordinary we always and I think sometimes then become faith that they are. Redundant beyond feed and that we need them, and they recognize that that is. within relationships so within our lives, and so therefore they are afraid of and try to. Pressure or undermine or balloon us into submission? And that feels like something that we're experiencing a tremendous amount of right now. I feel like I've been surprised in kind of terrified by the men who are very young who love people like Donald Trump who, to is kind of the living embodiment of toxic masculinity, just someone who views every human interaction as a battle for dominance, things of people, only in terms of winners and losers, views, women mostly as physical objects to be owned and one and not someone who he's. You know human interaction as a given. Take you know away that both people can benefit so I'm I'm wondering why right now we seem to be living in a moment where been seem to love the idea of toxic masculinity and not men, who I necessarily think would reap the benefits of toxic masculinity. It's insecurity that makes you feel the need to hugely press your masculinity of other people what you deemed to be Masculinity I. think that you maybe happened out of your, and then whatever masculinity is to use and definitely you feel the need to exaggerate it to other people and. And Demand you know I think they're trying to prove something. The mine does protest too much. And I think again stems from CEO and I think about fair. That's the basic now because the Internet has given a connection. Women because they're able to tell stories, and we are able to help one another story. The whereabouts allowed to see what's going on across the world and I think we divided and conquered anymore. We have this communication line that brings us all together as one and I think that if you look at the fact that there are more women who CEO's, we have female world for the first time women and fighting back, women are becoming meeting voices publishing the predominantly female industry now, and this is where we are receiving books from, and we haven't done. Many female journalists, and there are high pay highly paid actresses women on the full list and female billionaires. It is a time where it feels like the whatever they have to hold that they had the weld. Fine picking between nothing, and so that is making them I believe double down now more than ever, because I can't remember if he said it that someone said that to the privileged equality feels like oppression.

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Female Comedians Unite

Daily Pop

03:31 min | 7 months ago

Female Comedians Unite

"Hollywood's top comedy. Actresses are uniting in saying they are sick of being put in a box. Tiffany Haddish told the Hollywood reporter that she had to turn down multiple projects as a block comedic actress. She says she gets roles that are overtly sexual or roles that had her play a mom whose child gets hurt in some way. Way And she's fighting for justice. She mentioned this during a virtual actress roundtable. That also included Jamila Djamil Jamila said she's always given scripts to play a character who has too much sex. Robin said the writing is often so bad for comedy actresses. She's resorted to writing her own. Do you think that men and comedic roles feel the same way, or is this? Just a one sided argument. No I think you've you asked Matthew mcconaughey Hey why his career went away did it's because those were kind of the only roles that men had to get as well men who were players, men who still had roommates in their forties men? who were Douche bags? That never got out of Frat life. I think that's comedy is all about is lagging at at those things in life, but I think men do get them as well. Okay, I I was conflicted about this I I'm not a comedic actress and I actually thought the opposite I thought that women who were put in comedic roles were usually sort of the best friend role or the woman. That's like maybe made to look as unattractive. Unattractive as possible to be as funny as possible, so I didn't realize that women who were being put in comedic roles. We're supposed to be overtly sexy or things of that nature so to hear this actually quite surprised by it because I just didn't view it that way. Yeah, I think there's typecasting when it comes to a lot of actors whether it's you were maybe a nerdy role in one movie. Then a lot of people see you as oh. That's going to be the quintessential nerd. If we look at Michael Sarah or Christmas, plus like they are also typecast in their own way, so yeah, I feel like it falls on both sides, but do we feel like right Impro-? No I wouldn't ask for it to improve what I would do. is either a write my own scripts and come up and find content that is right for me as an actor or an actress or I would just pass those things up because what happens is if you pass it up. Another actress gets the job, so let's not have those roles diminish. Let's see those roles go away. Just pass them to another actress. Who's just starting her career? Everyone's not in the position, obviously to pass roles and I think you do have to maybe do roles in the beginning of your career, like for example, even just with my own career right I started on a reality show. That wasn't my end goal but I did that to get to where I was now. There was obviously no guarantee in that out, but luckily it has women who wannabe actresses, whether it's serious actresses or comedic actress, or both start their career out and have different intentions are willing to do different things than maybe they get. Get a little bit more famous, or they get a little bit more successful, but I think what you said. Aaron was very valid and I don't know if it's a comedic actress. Issue I think shirt. People just get typecast in general I think the bigger conversation I feel like when you're casting one role, you do it sell well. People tend to want you for different kinds of roles that are similar to that. Yes, yeah, exactly and like what you were saying just in like you know if you don't want those roles, let's not eliminate them. On them, and these women who are part of this roundtable seem like they're fortunate enough to be able to pass on those roles that they don't WanNa, take on I will play the funny gay friend. Anytime Billy. Porter is not

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Tiffany Haddish opens up about passing up on certain roles during her career

Daily Pop

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Tiffany Haddish opens up about passing up on certain roles during her career

"Hollywood's top comedy. Actresses are uniting in saying they are sick of being put in a box. Tiffany Haddish told the Hollywood reporter that she had to turn down multiple projects as a block comedic actress. She says she gets roles that are overtly sexual or roles that had her play a mom whose child gets hurt in some way. Way And she's fighting for justice. She mentioned this during a virtual actress roundtable. That also included Jamila Djamil Jamila said she's always given scripts to play a character who has too much sex. Robin said the writing is often so bad for comedy actresses. She's resorted to writing her own.

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Jameela Jamil Has an Ambitious Goal: To Feel Things

The Hilarious World of Depression

09:16 min | 11 months ago

Jameela Jamil Has an Ambitious Goal: To Feel Things

"It's the hilarious world of depression. I'm John Mel on this episode person who has become famous in America rather quickly as a Sitcom star and an outspoken activist. The Sitcom has ended but the activism. Who It's just getting started. Hello my name is Jamila Djamil and I am at the Hilarious Weld Off. Depression and And what do you do for a living? I'm an actor and activist at a pain in the US. Three job titles multifaceted. Jamila Djamil was a TV and radio host or presenter in England for several years. Welcome to fish. Wrap up with me. I am here to deliver onto you all of the latest chart news and gossip in less time than it takes to make a couple of so last Sunday Cigna American audiences. I got to know her playing honey. Djamil the name-dropping high-society Londoner on the NBC. Moral Philosophy Sitcom the good place. But we've been through a lot swell you. I haven't been this upsets. My good friend Taylor was rude. Yep Stage in Konya was defending my best friend. Say Jamila grew up in London. Her parents emigrated from Pakistan and India says. Her family had a lot of mental health problems. Schizophrenia OCD bipolar depression suicidal. Ibm for Jamila. There was anxiety. There was depression and coming to grips with a lot of trauma. I wouldn't say who within my entire giant family unit because South Asian families huge. But there was an abusive background. Came From and A lot of bullying at home and at school That happened to us. Because we were Pakistani and My Dad is I think. Technically Indian We were South Asians living in a very racist time in Britain such as very tense existence to grow up in where people constantly hounding you with racial slurs calling you a monkey and not wanting to sit next to you at school and just a general night Great doesn't doesn't so no it was really bad. I'm amazed I made it out of my. I've made it our of my twenties even but I've had like a full nervous breakdown gone completely just totally lost it looking back on it now. It was pretty bleak. She had big time mental health issues but she says South Asian immigrant. Culture didn't talk about that kind of thing and neither did British culture. What was being talked about? Was the necessity for girls to be ridiculously skinny. And Jamila Developed Anorexia so I think is a combination the fact that I was growing up in the nineties and so- Heroin Chic could time the adults using non ironically. Where you to? In order to be beautiful you had to emulate the look of someone who does not eat and only Consumes heroin is also look a famine? That people were trying to achieve which is fucking insane considering that famine was and is still occurring in this world and millions and millions of people are suffering and dying from it and how much those people would love to be able to eat something Having their own physiques considered chic in this Bizarre and shallow industry. I was seeing people in my own country. Flights Pakistan and see 'em like skill lethal people on the side of the street begging for food. And then I would come here and see people starving themselves deliberately to emulate that look in order to fit into runway closed just so tiny so the look was just everywhere you were supposed to have jutting out hipbones and believe me. It was a badge of owner. It wasn't something that you hid. There was a long queue outside the girls along line outside the girl's bathroom. Everyone throwing up at lunch one. After the other. The other there was a girl. Easter bring her weighing scales in school and e on them. I remember without giving an interview saying she eats nude in order to stop us from overindulging. In Your Kate Moss talking about nothing tastes as good as thin. Feels well tacos. Pizza cake was their decision that you remember making A. I need to start eating way less. I need to start. Was that a conscious thing or do they just emerge suddenly it was a very very conscious scarring moment of my maths teacher wanting to teach us about graphs and pie charts and she weighed all of us to collect all of our weights as data to show a chart. The dumbest thing you've ever heard how I was. Eleven I was one of the tools guarding was the second oldest girl in the year and I was choppy. Because you gotta get like why toget- toll and also I was just. That was just my build at the time I was loving the curry and I had no self conscious about my body whatsoever. I loved having a tummy. I didn't know about thighs very innocent child. I wasn't remotely interested in the way that I look and That moment changed everything because I was the happiest girl in the class. I was ridiculed by the entire year I came home. My family founded shocking upsetting. I was the happiest girl year and I was immediately encouraged to diet and so I started my first I about eleven and it was. I was dieting. The way an eleven year old were diet which is with no understanding of any nutrition. I was living on somewhere between like two hundred three hundred calories. A day sometimes lasts which is insane because I was very tall and even by the time I hit five ten in my early teens. I was still consuming sometimes. Want two hundred calories a day a belly move passing out all the time didn't did stop menstruating and thought that I was winning. It never struck you as something wrong with us. No everyone was doing it. Everyone was doing everyone who's taking laxatives. Everyone's drinking teas that. I now rally against so hard There was slimfast cans all over our school. I want you know fell over. One on the steps steps passed out a tiny like fake chocolate bars instead of meals. It was just people were afraid of carbs and Pasta and everyone was on the Atkins Diet. So everyone's smell like metal and also it was just disgusting. It's terrible time and we were all on it so it didn't even feel like something. You really hit ego also at the time because of Hollywood there was this fucking Brag that I think kind of still exists of women pretending they eat so much just unnaturally thin. What a dumb witted Brag finding other mental illness conditions emerging with the eating disorder or. Were you just two out of even notice a depression or an anxiety? I wasn't even out of it. I was high on it like I was just sort of I was I was such a devoted anorexic and I was so it's so time consuming beyond our exit. The amount of time you spend learning new tricks trying new tricks hiding your food all of the all of the things that you have to do with so consuming. The I didn't even know that I had any kind of mental illness. I didn't think I had anorexia. I didn't think there was no. I didn't think there was anything wrong with me. The only thing I thought was wrong with me that I wasn't enough I was never thin enough. Do you understand what Anorexia was and just think it was something other people had. Yeah I used to be jealous. I thought Anorexia could only come in the form of of someone who weighs like three or four stone forty two to fifty six pounds and I would be envious if those people for being able to achieve that. I really didn't get it. But that's the problem is if you give this misinformation children. We don't have the whole picture. We do we also have this like youthful arrogance to us where we think our health will last forever. Our lives will go on forever will never be Will never face the side effects in. No one knows about osteoporosis. Kidney damage or liver damage all the IBS. All the different things that happened to people who mess around with their health my thyroid. My drains. Everything is exhausted. I mean I even now sorry twenty years after I started sobbing myself. That's what I was gonna ask because so often people think of it as. Oh anorexia is when you're not eating enough but it is a mental thing that even if you people can have anorexia yeah and and even if you find better eating habits later on the reasoning the processing of the idea of food is still always there. So many of told our weaponized food in our minds. So we're taught that like food. Is You know if you have a parent who beats you and then feel bad about it and then gives you a meal afterwards. You start to associate that meal with love or if your parents are. You're not supposed to eat then. Food becomes rebellion and food. Become self harm so we can. We can give food all these kind of different personalities and I think a lot of people lot more people realized then they realize even during the the guilt associated food and the coding and the words that we use around food of clean eating dirty foods. This is just this shame Sort of slipped in an envelope within all of these ways of discussing this thing that we need to give our body nutrition so it can function food fuel and I didn't know that until I hit thirty

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Why do Muslim women wear burkas?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:38 min | 11 months ago

Why do Muslim women wear burkas?

"It is of course generally the case that women were is discussed an judged in a way that what men were is not that discussion and judgment is exponentially more intense. Certainly in the Western world where what? Muslim women were is concerned. To the extent that roughly nine hundred million women of wildly various nationalities cultures beliefs backgrounds at cetera often reduced to one garment. Which almost none of them. Actually wear a corrective now exists in the form of. It's not about the Burka. An Anthology of essays by Muslim women writers activists poets and more including two monocle twenty four contributors some Danny and Yasmin Abdelmajid. It's not about the Burka subtitled Muslim women. On faith feminism sexuality and race is edited by Mariam Con. I spoke to marry him at Midori. House earlier before we get into the contents of it's not about the Burka of let's start with the title of it because intern. Certainly if the way that the you know I don't need to tell you this but in terms of the way that the media discusses Muslim women in particular it has become about the Burka. Why do you think that is why the fascination with this one garment not really worn by that many Muslim women? I think it's many things I if I'm honest. But it's also so so many things being it's easy to use of lead or perpetuate or portray a group of people. If you say everyone is like this one thing everyone does one thing whereas one thing so it's that also we live in a patriarchal society so it's very much this obsession with women or women just in general and their bodies and having power over them and what they can win what they can't wear so very much From all sides within the Muslim community outside of it though I would argue that the Birkat narrative has been built on the outside of within the western sphere And so yeah that's where it comes from and to the reason that is not about the backer is it's not about the back is because back when me and my publisher looked into. It is the most politicized Tom. Or what around Masuma if you type in Muslim women burqas most likely unless it's changed in the last year year and a half and I very much doubt that with our current prime minister continuing tests? Fallas stereotypes I would. It's dillistone such Tom. Even though I can't I can't remember the stops for the UK Whitley but for France which banned the buck When they were in that legislation there was only about two thousand women wearing the buck in the whole sixty million population of the country. So I find that. Really curious that people feel the need to Control and portray missing minute specific way and it's just easier to control a bunch of people if you say everyone's this one traditionally submissive type of way so the idea is presumably then that it's not about. The Burke is a corrective to that. You get several female. Muslim writers to write about being female Muslims. If you want a show and say yes if you want the longer answer we live in a society that is capitalist on. You need to sell a market audience. Something they can recognize on the you know the Shannon's and the the you know Giles's and the Tom's need-we to recognize a narrative that has been built around Muslim women and it's not about the backyard the buck is what they recognize about. Masud women think. Oh this is great. It's going to be exactly what I know completely does the opposite so that very much. I didn't go into it. Thinking this book was not called. It's not about the bucket from inception. actually hated figuring out a title. It was the worst part of the entire process. I can guarantee you that And it was kind of a very bitter bitter part for me because I came to this realization that regardless of whether I wanted to or not I would have to undo a narrative that I played no part in creating So I did it by literally giving them the title and thought well the books not going to give you anything about. Boko the job. How did you go about assembling your roster of contributors very much so Research and People often think it was me and a bunch of Friends. Very much was not This is me literally so really trying to reach out to as many of women as I could from different spaces and spheres age-groups coaches religious practice within the Muslim community And saying Hey. I'm doing this thing. Would you like to be a part of and there wasn't any special person? It was literally just research googling and speaking different seen who they were influenced by as well and so so people like Yasmin Abdelmajid. Everything that happened with her in Australia was a huge thing and I had been following that and I really love the way that she carried herself but she was honest integrity. And then Salma Donnie. And Her TEDTALK mcquay regular voices. On nautical twenty four hours and. They are very powerful with that. Voice is an apologetic. And I knew I wanted that. But then I also didn't want this book to be a collection of known voices or without form. So then you know respectfully not to say the EPA didn't have platforms or even an audience but they weren't as well known Osama and Yasmin. Russell people like Jamila Heckman. Who writes about a struggle with mental health and You know the part that I wish you talked about was how she believed.

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Tracie Egan Morrissey and the Curious Case of Jameela Jamil

Celeb News Ride Home

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Tracie Egan Morrissey and the Curious Case of Jameela Jamil

"Some updates about the Jamila meal thing. Apparently she's been deming with the writer. Who came up with the Munchhausen's conspiracy theory? Her name is Tracy Eakin Morrissey by the way tracy about it on her instagram stories. Saying quote she was damning me for seven hours last night long. After I stopped responding I never reached out to her. She reached out to me. Who's Zoom in who? She also revealed that she's going to release stimulus dams in a patriotic. Only podcast episode. Today Oh my God. This whole thing is wild why is Jamilla deeming this person why is Jamilla getting involved in this at all like she could have said nothing? And then none of this would have gotten picked up. And we wouldn't even know about it also just a sidebar if you of you also deemed me to tell me that none of Jamila Jim Meals. Good Place. Cast members follow her on twitter or instagram and to make things even juicier her classmate. Darcy Carton does not follow Jamila but does follow tracey. Morrison the founder of this Jamila Djamil conspiracy theory. I mean that that he scalding to be honest with you like my hands are burnt from getting all this tease deliver it all. Oh my God. It's too much it's too much

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4 Low-Cost Ways to Gather Customer Feedback

The $100 MBA Show

08:32 min | 1 year ago

4 Low-Cost Ways to Gather Customer Feedback

"Customer feedback is so important to gather a lot of we think we could just build an isolation. That's only going to get you. So far. At some point your business going to plateau and you're going to need to know how to move forward how can I improve and of course how can I stopped doing the things that is causing my customers. Leave me or not by for me again. So here are four. Low cost ways together customer feedback. The first one is a pre pre- customer survey now. This is a survey. You're going to send to people that are not your customer yet. They're on your email list. They're shopping around. They still haven't made the commitment commitment to become a customer wise a survey so important. Well you WANNA learn a little bit more about your buyer your customer. What they're looking for so you know how to market to them Minoa to offer so you can close the deal? This will help you improve your product or service your whole experience for your customer now. These are not super super easy to get because they're not happy customers yet so I encourage you to incentivize your potential customers and this could be something as simple as a coupon code or or free shipping or something that they can get in exchange for their time. It could be as simple email saying hey. Can you give us feedback. It'll take five minutes in exchange. Take ten dollars off your next order. Well how do you go. This is pretty simple. All you gotta do is create a Google form Google forms of absolutely free. All you need is a Jamila count and allows you to create all kinds of surveys all kinds of forms. The later review export to a spreadsheet. It's brilliant and you can literally just send an email out from your newsletter asking. Your potential customers have felt the survey learning more about how they shop. What are the important features? We're looking for you can ask them to Peru ties things. Like what their preferences in terms of colors or sizes or features or you know special options Mike Vice though is to keep the survey short ten to twenty questions Max keep them shorter if there are open ended questions because that takes a bit more time time to fill out an eulogise sent out the link to the Google form via your email newsletter nice and easy and absolutely free. The next way to gather author customer feedback that I feel is super important is a cancellation feedback. Some people call a cancellation feedback or exit feedback and this happens during a customer leaving or canceling your subscription or product or something like that or asking for a refund. preferrably you do this before or you process the refund or cancel their account. You want to get some information while you have their attention while fresh in their brain why they canceling learn a little a bit more about. What's the main reason this can be easily done with a woo? Form Wafa forms are absolutely brilliant. There's a free plan and paid plans that let's start fifteen dollars a month and you can embed these forms right on your APP or on your website and it could be just the step before they cancel so I I felt the form. They submit the form they do. You can have them go to that cancellation page where they cancel. This is really important and we believe whether it's the number one thing that helps it's US improve our product. We learned very quickly from our customers. That are leaving us. Why they're leaving us? What's going on what they love with the product that they don't? I love the product and that basically built out our roadmap for years. We know exactly what to build because you know the top reason why people are leaving is because of this reason reason the next reasons this reason and this is what we're going to build in that order this is how we're gonNA prove our product the whole experience all that stuff getting them to provide feedback when they're canceling. Housing is a pivotal time. It's fresh in their mind and they're gonNA give you the feedback because they are incentivized. They want to cancel their count or get a refund. So it's kind of like a little hoop. They have go through to make it happen. It may be a little bit inconvenient for them. But it's worth it for you to get the information that you can improve at the you know a small price to pay for you improve and you can see that in the form. Hey we want to improve the product. We want to learn more about why you're canceling or while you're asking for a refund. Can you please fill this out before we move on with the cancellation illness. Spectrum of inconveniences. It's pretty low. Many companies require you to call in and get permission from a manager and send a you a particular email or fill out a form. It's really hard to kind of cancel for example. Try cancelling your cell phone plan right so a simple survey you know and I would would keep the superstore three or four Questions gather feedback. Next is a survey you can send out to your current customers customers that are not cancelled. Old they're not leaving you. They're buying your products their members or whatever it is and they're paying you money they're happy right content and I encourage you sending a a annual survey to your customers. This is a great snapshot to learn more about what your customers love about your product where you can improve hiking. Prove who've their experience again it's different perspective from a different cohort different group of people. This is a little bit of a longer in-depth survey something like twenty to thirty questions. It's GonNa take them a bit of time. Maybe fifteen to twenty minutes the complete again. I encouraged incentivize them. Say Hey this information super vital for us it helps us grow helps improve the soffer four. You our customers. Give him an Amazon Gift Card. Jim starbucks card whatever but the information is important Oren. You don't have to incentivize them. Many people will guess responses if they have a great culture and their business in there have raving fans are going to get people responding to the survey but if you want massive results you want like the majority of the people to answer the survey incentives work. This is just something that we've tried and really you know the the proof is right there when we incentivize it's exponentially a big response to the survey and make it clear. This is just a gift to you to thank you for taking the time But please answer the survey as honestly as possible to your current custom says a third way to gather feedback. Low cost again. You can use Google form. It's an annual in-depth survey survey to your customers number four one on one calls with your customers. These are priceless. And I covered this in-depth in a previous episode on one hundred on. Hbo Oh and you don't need to do to many. You can do about a dozen every six months as a minimum and this is basically sending out an email to your customers maybe your best best customers or your most active customers. I would say people that frequent your business and say here's my calendar link you can use county. It's a free plan and you can use a cutie schedule and the free trial years. My candle link schedule time on my calendar and get on a call me phone call video call. I like video calls select expressions on their face body language. And it's basically a fifteen minute call to learn more about them as a customer who they are what they do for a living why they chose your product how they use your product. How do you describe your product to other people? What would they do if the product wasn't available anymore? What their interfere features? What is one thing? They wish they had. These calls are great. Because you honest answers you'll learn more by customers. You know who to target customers liked them. You can find out there. You have a real customer Avatar. You're speaking to real people. And it's the best market research you could do understanding your actual avatar understanding actual customer but you also learn about their relationship with your business with your product. What they love about what they wish was better? How the actually describe riber product? You might be surprised how they perceive your product much differently than you. Perceive it as and you've been describing on your sales pitch completely wrong you've got to use the same language anguish as our customers because you're trying to track more like them right people that are happy and are paying you. We'd like to record these calls and we tell you know the the customer on the call. We were recording. Bring it so that we can review it later. We transcribe it. We saved these videos so we know the language that they're using again. We use it in all our sales copier. Emails are website site. A marketing materials are adds. Customer calls are great and again low low cost. It's an email us a counter crap. That's free you can run a free video meeting using Google meat so it's not going to cost anything so simple. It's just the time you need to invest

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Is Astrology a Science? An Art? A Form of Therapy? A Scam?

Outside/In

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Is Astrology a Science? An Art? A Form of Therapy? A Scam?

"Our story today starts with a debate it. You might be familiar with Bill Nye the science guy yet show on TV on in the nineties yet PBS. Yes And this is his new show. Twenty seventeen on net flicks. It's called Bill. nye saves the world. Now Sam you're stronger. That's right so bill nye on on this episode episode single panel and here he speaking with astrologer Samuel Reynolds about the validity of astrology. I don't believe any of it. Yes I do know that and you know why Tommy enlightened me well it just never has anything to do with anything and you're telling me there's only twelve types of people and what about those penalties part of an episode of the show called Malarkey and throughout the episode The thing to know is that bill. nighy framed astrology repeatedly as a pseudoscience. Basically saying it's aw crap none of it's true what matters so. He has Samuel Reynolds. But what's your deal you you you don't believe it either. I use astrology. Yeah I think astrology is like a language when you say for instance a pseudoscience right I would have to. I believe it's a science. I don't believe astrology is a science what is it. It's an interpretive operative art. I think that Bill Nye kind of expected to mic. Drop this moment by being like it's not a science don't claim it's one. You're you're falsely claiming this and Sam Reynolds is just like well. I actually don't don't claim it's a science right so sure. Do you provide for people with your art. I use the cultural imagination that we know as astrology to talk to them about how their idea give themselves based on their chart birth chart syncs up with their life experience basically using biography. As little as you get them to tell you stuff about now the reinforce it with these asteroids things in the background no it's yeah he he's not doing a great job of listening. But can I ask you something. Think we're what's your sign. I'm an Aquarius which I knew at the drop ahead exactly easily. You know that off the top of your head and so do I.. Macabre corn But this is not surprising right like I think at least in our corner of the United States you would be pretty hard pressed to find a person who doesn't know their sign. Yeah I bet you my dad knows was his and does he believe in astrology. No and have you ever engaged in astrology too much beyond reading your horoscope in a magazine. So I'll just note really quick here that We just heard astrology frame. Doesn't art not a science but there are astrologers that the do think of astrology as a science and therefore it could be vulnerable to this criticism. Awesome that it is a pseudoscience but it was going to say I don't care I don't care I am not interested in proving or disproving astrology on on technical grounds if we can put on the science part for a second what else could it be possible to understand to me. The most interesting part of the Bill Nye show is this next exchange when bill nye turns to another person on this panel journalist and professional skeptic Jamila how do you feel about this point of view I I'm I feel touchy feely and Weird and I want it. Replicated in the lab. I can you make a prediction so I can make a prediction but I don't think everything every aspect of knowledge tests be replicable doesn't seen a lab is all knowledge sequestered to science. Oh that's a good question great. I

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Afghanistan's version of 'Sesame Street' promotes gender equality with a new muppet

PRI's The World

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Afghanistan's version of 'Sesame Street' promotes gender equality with a new muppet

"Sesame Street has aired in most countries in the world over the years and sesame workshop has created thirty international co-productions. Here's the World Sarah Birnbaum with a look at one of them one of the latest places to get sesame street as Afghanistan but Simpson which means sesame garden is not just American sesame street dubbed into local languages. It it has its own. Writers and producers has its own sets and it has its own. muppets like Zari fat lung disease. Math that yes saw tom as a spunky six year old who models female empowerment and it has live action segments featuring local kids. The show gets funding from the State Department and teaches letters numbers but it also advances other international development goals like girls education. Listen think sesame street as a form of soft power plant them this is a live of action segment featuring a Hazara family which is a persecuted ethnic minority in Afghanistan. And it's called first day of school. It starts with the little girl she says. My name is Zainab and I'm six years old then Zayn apps dad packs her schoolbag. He kisses her cheeks showing that the male authority here endorses sending his daughter to school then sign ups. Parents give her blessing showing that Islam also supports the education of women on more mealy heads an an Afghan team that develops content for the show. Our team responsibility was to bring us new version into up gun context. Jimmy has been with the this show since practically the beginning and at first. He says he was really nervous. Because most of his writers and producers didn't come from children's programming a lot of them were we're reporters or documentary. Filmmakers I was voted because and my team have the experience of programs for adults but not for children and virtually be school age so he went to New York to take a class at sesame workshop. Jamila learned how to construct a show and promote what you could call sesame. Street's core values fun optimism tolerance. And then he had to go back home and make that work in a conflict zone on this is the approach they decided to take. Its causative modeling. Do not talk for the negative motherly meaning. No mention of violence no mention of the Taliban no mention of Isis. They focused instead on things like emotional health for example. We we talk about fear. We talk about disappointment anger. How control that empathy? Hope that you don't show lance silence or you don't reference no no we don't show the violence and we would like to go through positive because dot war. This is not unique to the the Afghan Sesame Street in the American episode about September Eleventh. They never talked about terrorism or the Twin Towers. Instead elmo sees the grease fire at Hooper's store he's traumatize to go back in. Are you all right eight. They go

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Instagram Takes Action on Dangerous Weight Loss Ads

Business Wars Daily

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Instagram Takes Action on Dangerous Weight Loss Ads

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney goes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily in from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September twenty. Fifth instagram is about `bout to look a lot different for people under eighteen. The social media platform says he will no longer allow kids to see social media posts and ads promoting weight loss ause products in plastic surgery. It also take down altogether any ads that promise unrealistic changes like products that promise to make you lose is wait overnight. The platform is asking anyone concerned about misleading posts to report them to the platform for investigation instagram's new policy changes also affect facebook which owns instagram a corporate spokeswoman said they're cracking down on influence peddling diet and detox products out of concern for young people and to reduce the pressure that people can sometimes feel as a result of social media the move comes following campaigns by advocates for the body body positive movement including British actress Jamila Jameel Jimmy o one of the stars of the TV show. The good place has been working with instagram for months. She and others were concerned. That unrealistic airbrushed photos of influencers along with ads for unsafe unregulated products were harming social. Media media users especially teenagers. Jimmy runs an advocacy campaign called. I way which works to persuade people to value themselves for achievements in relationships relationships rather than appearance. Jimmy called out celebrities like the Kardashians advertising unproven weight loss products including teas and appetite suppressant lollipops products promising miracle weight loss or detox often include laxatives which can be dangerous when used incorrectly but but policing social media as everyone knows is hardly foolproof earlier this year instagram promised to remove misleading anti vaccine posts from the platform but two months later the Hashtag vaccines kill still appeared as a top result search on back scenes. CNN reported Pinterest instagram's the biggest rival also blocks weight loss in related ads but it goes further in July as we reported right here pinterest posted numerous evidence based exercises exercises intended to help people with anxiety and depression rowing understanding about the power of social media to influence young people is important so too are the moves moves instagram and Pinterest or making as actress Jamila Djamil told the BBC The new instagram policies a huge win in her fight against the Diet Detox Industry St last week on Highways Instagram page demille posted quoting here greedy influencers who pushed toxic products after find another way to scan the innocent people who follow from one is business wars daily. Hey listen collect this episode share with Prince and detection email a social media post or carrier Pigeon David Brown back. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sen pro online from pitney bowes with WPRO. Online is just click sand and save for as low as is four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your PC and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit pb dot com slash B V._W. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

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Leaving Gaza enclave for surgery still an issue, says UNRWA Director

UN News

08:49 min | 1 year ago

Leaving Gaza enclave for surgery still an issue, says UNRWA Director

"Hundreds killed and more than thirty thousand injured so far during the Gaza Israel, border protests than is the great March of return, many Palestinians and are facing future of lifelong disability and able to get the treatment, they need referring to the devastating impacts in human terms, Matthias schmila, director of the UN relief agency for Palestine refugees, or unra has warned in an interview with you a news that local hospitals, do not have the capacity to deal with the most serious health cases with forty percent of requests for permits to leave Gaza for treatment denied by Israel last month during a visit to UN headquarters in New York to highlight the upcoming pledging conference for unwrap on the twenty fifth of June, Mr schmolly spoke to my Yakub of our you a news, Arabic service, well, sadly, the situation has not significantly changed. We continue to have huge expressions of solidarity from Member States, including during my day and a half year in New York, as you might know and. We might come back to this. There is an annual pledging conference phone or at the end of June, and we really will need to see firm, pledges by the end of June because otherwise as the Commissioner general said, it will we will have to look at some serious consequences in terms of our operations. How is this situation on the ground for the people in Gaza in the current context of the Friday's demonstration or what is known the great mar of returns and the violence at the water with the great March of return, which has happened mainly on Fridays, but in recent weeks also on other days in recent months? It started at the end of March last year. So we've seen over a year of this. It's had had a devastating impact in human terms. There are over thirty thousand people injured, with live, seven thousand of which would live ammunition. And many of the people hit with live munition are facing now living with lifelong disabilities. Some are not able to work anymore. So they've lost their income and livelihood as a result, there's also been two hundred people killed in this year. Plus, thirty of whom at least we're all NRA students students in. Our schools, again, the impact is devastating not just in terms of injury and loss of life. But also in psychological terms. I think people have really you can feel it people are struggling with the consequences of, of this, not least, because so far, it has really brought nothing. You know, the, the main result of the great machos over return have been these injuries and killings. But there has been no significant achievement of the original goals, which was, you know, the March is called the great macho return. So it's about Justice for refugees, and ending the blockade and both of them have not been achieved. I want to focus also on the health situation coating Jamie McGoldrick of CIA an his last briefing in Geneva, he mentioned cases of imputation infection bone infection led to more than one twenty invitations. Now, we know on what is providing primary healthcare services, right? I'm assuming you. Don't have the capacity to deal with those cases. What do you do in this case you send them away? Do you transferred them? I mean, I think most people, you know, Gaza is such a small place of two million people. So everyone knows everything, and who does what so people knew that we, we run as own primary healthcare centres. So those who were severely wounded went to hospitals. There were few came to our health centers with gunshot wounds. And I have to say, I've met some of them are nurses, practical, nurses, did he roic work. They are not trained and equipped to remove bullets from people, but they did so and, and they saved lives. But the, the majority of the cases, went to hospitals one rather than throughout twenty two primary healthcare centres, we deal with the after care, so many of the people who go to on spills to get treated initially come to us for after treatment redressing of wounds for physical. Therapy. That's a big issue for the seven thousand people shot with live ammunition, and for psychological support. Now back to the quote of Jamie McCall dre, it's very clear that Gaza's hospitals. Do not have the capacity to deal with all these very serious cases at particular issue also is reconstructive surgery. And it's very clear that if those people need to be properly should be properly supported man, some of them will have to leave Gaza to go to the West Bank, or Jordan, or Turkey. Well, that's a good question. They have to get a permit from the Israeli authorities and sadly, soul are that there has been far from adequate numbers of permits. Granted for these cases. This is happening in the overall context of the Israelis being at times rather difficult in granting permits for medical reasons. So the great March, of course, is the most extreme and most prominent case, but I just. The other day heard of the sister over colleague, thank it was his sister who, who was fifty three years old suffering from cancer, who needs to regularly, go to the West Bank to get cancer treatment. And while she had permits she all of a sudden was denied a permit. So what I'm trying to say is the, the access to the leaving Gaza for medical treatment, is, is an issue. The World Health Organization monitors, this very carefully on, on a monthly basis publishes statistics. I think in the last month some forty percent of the requests for permits where denied which is high now that we spoke about challenges. I know that the unware provide many services for the Palestinian freeze all over in particular, what has been achieved. Thanks to honor was service on the ground. Well, let me answer that question I by pointing to the scale of what we do at least seventy percent of Gaza's two million. Inhabitants. So that means at least one point four million people are Palestine refugees for these for these seventy percent or more of the population. We are the biggest quasi public service provider. We run two hundred seventy four schools and there's two hundred eighty thousand children in those schools right now. Now you ask for achievements. I y we regularly look at the results of our education work. And, you know, this is done, also by external independent parties like the World Bank or the ministry of education when residents regularly outperformed government schools, and even private scores. That's one result, you know that we have generations of educated, Palestine refugee, children with a very solid acknowledged education. Another result, I think is our or another achievement is our primary healthcare work as I mentioned before we have twenty two health centers. And there are amazing. Success stories, too. So let let me tell you in about one particular case, which was a child that came with being suicidal in our and our health, staff is trained notice to address wounds, or, you know, stomach ache or something, they can also detect psychological issues and the staff at this particular health center, where this boy showed up saved his life because they understood his problem was psychological, and they referred him to the right people. I met him a few months ago. He now, paints pictures and has found his Reno his, his joy in life Bank. So then there are many stories also of helping people with noncommunicable diseases lifestyle diseases are health stuff, does a fantastic job there. So the achievement here is keeping the Palestine refugee population healthy. And that's that's a significant achievement. In the circumstances of Gaza, I can recall, also a story that I heard a very recently about Jamila. Futile, poem. That's another. No. I think we often get criticized. Thank you for mentioning that we get criticized that in our schools. We teach hatred and violence, and it the opposite is the truth. You know, we, we really tried to incorporate into our teaching human rights, aspects and peace aspects, you know, and the majority of the children and teachers, I meet are peace loving people who just want a normal dignified

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The best new music this week: Jamila Woods

All Songs Considered

03:01 min | 1 year ago

The best new music this week: Jamila Woods

"Legacy. Days. How? Best every home. On them. Service. Hilton. Sick onto. Is. Bye. You everything Joan. So you. Never. Hugh. Sure is a lot of good music in the world. This one comes from Jamila woods her album legacy legacy, and the song is called Zora. She is a singer poet teacher, and activist and this is sort of a concept album for her. Yes. Every track is named after another hero or hero. Win of hers. All major figures in African American cultural history. Nikki Giovanni Sonia. Sanchez those are writers miles Davis Jean Michel Basquiat, the painter and in some ways so early into Jamila woods career is only our second full length album. This is a summation of her her mission, you know, because her work is very concerned with educating as you said with celebrating and steeping her listeners in the sensuality enjoy and power of this culture. You're the circuits really grand mission statement. And really it is a who I am and known largely as a collaborator chancellor apper chance to wrap. She's on macklemore. And Ryan she she has popped up as a featured guest bunch and has had collaborations go back and forth where people have appeared on hers, and it's a great session important moment right now for reclaiming these legacies. And I think her generation is very aware of the importance of that Jamila woods is the singer her new album is legacy legacy. We still have a few more elba's that we wanna play for this week's new

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Jameela Jamil Begs Khloe Kardashian Not To 'Hurt Other Girls' With Flat Tummy Post

The Morning Toast

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Jameela Jamil Begs Khloe Kardashian Not To 'Hurt Other Girls' With Flat Tummy Post

"Jamila Djamil criticizes khloe card for promoting weight loss. Shakes quote, be smarter than this. Okay. Khloe posted an Instagram a flat tummy, co partnership and Jamila Djamil commented. It quote, if you're too responsible to one own up to the fact that you have a personal trainer nutritionist probable chef and surgeon to achieve aesthetic rather than this laxative product, and to tell them the side effects of this non FDA approved product that most doctors are saying aren't healthy side effects such as possible, flat tummy T side effects are cramping stomach pains, diarrhea and dehydration. Then. I guess I have to it's incredibly awful that it's industry bullied you until he became this fixated on your appearance.

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"jamila" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Hair and more energy. I'm not sure about the more energy thing. I think a lot of push the boundaries of dieting taking too can be really dangerous. There's no quick fix. I work on accepting my body every day like memories, she was so skinny like at the nineteen. I thought she was gonna break in half. That Dover Taffer. She broke up with Harry styles. She was so skinny in the Brown dress of the Grammy's and so upset, and I always thought she was just an actually in person. So it's interesting actually to hear that that she was working towards that. And that is intentional yet. And that's berry I thought it was just like she's so happy in her life. Now here that she's gained like five or six thousand like when your tone skinny like, it doesn't matter because it all spreads out. Yeah. Number six that she said was I've learned that society's constantly sending very loud messages to win that exhibiting physical signs of aging is the worst thing that can happen. So maybe that's like what you were saying she's aging herself these messages, tell them in that we aren't allowed to age it's an impossible standard to meet and I've been loving. How outspoken Jamila meal has been on the subject? Reading words. Feels like hearing voice of reason amongst all these messages out there telling women were supposed to gravity time and everything natural in order to achieve this bizarre goal of everlasting youth that isn't even remotely required of men. Jamila Emil got shot in this article Djamil, she's like famous from acting because she's on great news. No. Good place. One of those NBC shows that all look the same. Okay. But she likes started this movement. And now, she's really she went to the Golden Globes like for TV show, but like for the movement that she started and she got a fucking shoutout. From Taylor swift exciting not fair. I learned not to let outside opinions established value place on my old life choices for too long the projected opinions of strangers affected. How have you relationships whether it was the general internet consensus of who would be right for me or what they thought was couple goals based on a picture I posted on Instagram that stuff is real for an approval seeker like me, it was important lesson for me to learn to have my own system of what I.

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"jamila" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"From. Lost. We are back. Sam cedar on the majority report on the phone. It is a pleasure to welcome to the program system. Professor of government from Cornell University Jamila macadear, she is the author fragmented democracy, Medicaid, federalism, and unequal politics. Jamila? Did I pronounce your last name correctly? It's Michener Michler pretty close. All right. Well, I apologize. Welcome to the to the program. And thank you for joining us for having me. So let's start with for for folks who don't know give us a sense of where Medicaid fits in as a program in the structure of government sponsored health insurance. Sure. So we don't have any sort of universal government sponsored health.

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"jamila" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on KCBS All News

"That is an easy flag. Jamila Brown of some of us says this is not an effort to pick on law abiding gun owners legitimate gun owners are not typically buying twenty six rounds of ammunition. They're not typically spending over twenty thousand dollars on guns in a six day span Browns. Says banks that issue visa cards already have the infrastructure in place to help prevent the next mass shooting. John Bristow KCBS the Golden State Warriors spent about an hour on Thursday with former President Barack Obama. They met at Obama's office in Washington before playing a game that night against the wizards players and head coach Steve Kerr were reluctant to talk about their meeting with the former president. In fact, a photo was posted on Instagram, but then was later deleted. The Oakland A's are pretty darn excited about their new possible ballpark had Jack London square and the possibility of a gondola linking downtown with the ballpark. KCBS mortgage. Margie reports the as are optimistic that ballpark could open by the year twenty twenty three the bay area council economic institute analysis believes the gondola that would connect the proposed side of the Oakland A's waterfront ballpark and downtown Oakland would serve more than a million. Passengers a year and generate six hundred eighty five million dollars in economic benefits for Oakland over. Ten years. Those two areas of the city are separated by two freeways and a rail line. Imagine going over it in a gondola it'll be have cabins at thirty five people and they're going to take about three and a half minutes to take the journey which is a little less than a mile to the waterfront from downtown. The gondola would run year round president of the Oakland A's. Dave KENDALL says the team is in the middle of the environmental report process, which could be finished by the end of the year working hand in hand with the port to finalize our option agreement on the property. And so we're making progress on multiple fronts toward the twenty twenty three opening this weekend as fan fest Welby held at Jack London square where fans can learn more about the new ballpark plans Margie Schaefer, KCBS Berlin, police say three watercolour landscapes allegedly painted by young Adolf Hitler are being examined by experts to determine their authenticity. The paintings were seized from an auction house before they could be sold after they had received a complaint. The paintings are. Dated nineteen ten in one thousand nine eleven and signed a Hitler as a young, man. Hitler may have produced about two thousand paintings as he struggled to succeed as an artist in Vienna before World War One coming up on KCBS. I'm Holly wanted SFO travelers arriving.

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"jamila" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jamila Brown of some of us. So is this is not an effort to pick on law abiding gun owners, Richard emit? Gun owners are not typically buying twenty six rounds of ammunition. They're not typically spending over twenty thousand dollars on guns in a six day span. Brown says banks issue visa cards already have the infrastructure in place to help prevent the next mass shooting. John Bristow KCBS, the San Jose police union accused of Santa Clara county court administrators of creating a dangerous situation for officers in the public due to a software update that may have deactivated thousands of bench warrants the issue first surfaced in December when the court migrated its court management software to the odyssey system made by Tyler technologies. The police union said that officers in the field or no longer able to access information on car computers. Tyler technologies has been called out before by other agencies for pass glitches Tyler denies. It's responsible for the issue in San Jose. The Oakland A's are excited about the possibility of building a gondola linking downtown Oakland with a new ballpark near Jack London square. KCBS is marquee. Schaefer reports the as are still optimistic a new ballpark could open by twenty twenty three. The bay area council economic institute analysis believes the gondola that would connect the proposed side of the Oakland A's waterfront ballpark and downtown Oakland would serve more than a million. Passengers a year and generate six hundred eighty five million dollars in economic benefits for Oakland over ten years. Those two areas of the city are separated by two freeways and a rail line. Imagine going over it in a gondola it'll be have cabins, but could fit thirty five people, and they're gonna take about three and a half minutes to take the journey which is a little less than a mile to the waterfront from downtown. The gondola would run year round president of the Oakland A's, Dave Cavill, says the team is in the middle of the environmental report process which could be finished by the end of the year. Working hand in hand with the port to finalize our option agreement on the.

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Go Out Or Stay In??

Anchor Entertainment Rundown

05:08 min | 2 years ago

Go Out Or Stay In??

"It's the weekend. The most wonderful time of all because that's when we at entertainment rundown. Play our weekly game go out or stay in so hold onto your hat or cover your head and Christmas tree lights because it's the holiday season, and why shouldn't your head be a lighthouse? The entertainment news starts now. We go. Julianne Andrews star of Mary Poppins, the classic documentary film about a British Virgo and her flying umbrella, we'll play a voice role in the upcoming aquaman film. What a coincidence because I hear the high notes Julie Andrews sang in the sound of music whenever Jason momoa, flips is hair under water like a sexy Poseidon. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have some aquaman slash Ursula the sea witch fan fiction to write and then save in a private folder on the cloud. Did you try to watch Tiger Woods play golf last week? If you did then you might be annoyed at Turner media who charged twenty dollars for fans to livestream the event, but then due to a technical glitch ended up giving the livestream away to any old person for free Turner media is being pressured to give refunds or just do something to make it right for the dedicated golf lovers. Who paid to watch the tournament? But I think there's a greater lesson here. And that is if you make any sort of commitment involving Tiger Woods, probably just go ahead. And assume that you are not exclusive. Jimmy legit meal who plays to Hani on the good place has spent the last week calling out celebrities such as khloe Kardashian and Cardi B who she'll die at t's on Instagram, or as she calls, it the laxative nonsense detox tea. She also said she hopes those celebrities poop their pants in public, quote, the way the poor women who by this nonsense upon their recommendation, do and quote, I think Jamila Jameel makes an excellent point here. And it's not just about cursing celebrities to poop their pants saying. I hope you your pants is really saying, I hope you experience a survivable humiliation that ultimately makes you a more down to earth, responsible and compassionate person. Everything is a metaphor except literally boob in your pants. The trailer for the new lion. King movie is out so watch it. And then find a young person shake them by the shoulders and yell. I remember when Simba with two-dimensional then sing the circle of life while the security escorts you from the building. It's the weekend. And that means it's time to play go out or stay in the weekly game. Where we pit the latest releases against the most recent morsels available to stream on net. Flicks. Representing go out this week is the favorite yet. Another in the long line of films that proves that a monarchy's most important function is as a backdrop for psycho-sexual mind games. It features Rachel Weisz and caused Emma stone, which is my favorite of all the stones. But before you Google famous monarchs and get lost in a sea of unsmiling faces representing stay in this week is the Princess switch. Netflix have been giving me the full court press on this movie for no less than two weeks. But why is it because it's about I guess princesses is it because it stars Vanessa Hudgens, and we both have Brown hair or maybe. Did something to Netflix, and rather than communicate directly about it's hurt feelings, it's acting out passive aggressively via very wrong movie recommendation either way, I'm not biting to quote, the famous amateur music, critic and hair gel model Simon Cowe. It's a no from me today. So put on a dusty hoop skirt and a dour GD attitude because this week's winner is go out. Also, everyone in the favourite looks like they need some vitamin d I think we could have prevented colonial imperialism entirely if everyone wasn't so cranky because they got all of their vitamins, take care guys. I'm a Livia Harewood, and I will get you next time until then recess a journ the podcast. You just heard was made using anchor ever thought about making your own podcast anchor makes it really easy for anyone to get started. It's a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing gas. Best of all, it's one hundred percent free. Sign up now at anchor dot FM slash new. That's anchor dot FM slash new to get started.

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"jamila" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"With about a year to go before the next federal election, the conservatives are on a push to introduce or reintroduce, I guess their leader to Canadians and that means that you are going to be seeing and hearing a lot more of Andrew Scheer this weekend. The Sunday edition will be doing a wide ranging discussion between Mr. Sharon, Michael and right interview covers a lot of ground. Here's a patch of it in which Michael asks the conservative leader about the disappearance and apparent murder of Saudi journalists, Jamal kashogi the most concerning international issue at the moment facing would face you. Prime minister, of course, is the murder, the butchery of Jamila Shoghi. In the Saudi consulate in in Istanbul, if you were prime minister, how would you respond to that? Would you cancel any arms deals? We have with Saudi Arabia? Well, I have to. I have to be cars of the fact that I don't have the same levels of briefings at the liberals have, and the prime minister as aware of much more to the story than I am through security intelligence briefings and things like that. I believe though that this incident should be a wakeup call about the government in Saudi Arabia and about it's it's. It's the role it's playing in the world. I've been reading a lot this recently, and it is very disturbing when you look at what the Saudi government has has has done. In this case, the cover up that's followed it. This is a learning. Everyone should be concerned about this. The the idea that it happened in a in another country, not not in Canada to a Canadian. The Saudi government plays a very significant role in geopolitics. There are a lot of concerns about the the sanctioning of terrorist groups and and where the money flows. A lot of that has come through entities within within that country. And I think this we all need to get together as western democracies liberal democracy, say western because affects democracy's all around the world. Freedom, loving nations should all come together and say, we've got a big problem here. If we cannot allow a government to act with impunity in this fashion, gruesome horrific doesn't begin to describe what happened that is an excerpt of conservative leader, Andrew shears conversation with Michael, right? Which will be on Sunday edition this weekend. You can hear the full interview on Sunday..

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Washington Post: Turkish officials say Saudi writer killed

All Things Considered

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Washington Post: Turkish officials say Saudi writer killed

"We're going to turn now to a developing story prominent Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi has been missing for days. Now, the Washington Post is reporting that he was killed in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. According to the post Turkish investigators say the murder was carried out by a fifteen member team from Saudi Arabia, and was preplanned Jamila kashogi writes for the Washington Post global opinion section in a moment. We'll hear from Karen Attiyah global opinions editor at the post, but I I'm going to play a bit of our conversation with Jamal kashogi back in may after the Saudi government led by crown prince Mohammad bin Salman crackdown on activists. I think the message he's sending to all of us in Saudi Arabia that I don't allow any form of activism, even if you agree with me. I am the reformer. I am the giver and the one who will lead discontinue to the future. And I don't need anybody's help. Is it possible that this is reflective of some kind of power struggle? No, no. The power struggle is over he stole. Totally in control. And he has no one to challenge his rules. And the Washington Post cannata is with us now. Thank you so much for speaking with them. Sorry about why we're talking but thank you for coming. Thank you for having me. What has Turkey said about what happened to Mr. Kush? Okay. Yeah. And indeed our going off what Turkish shortages have been telling reporters since Jim Owen missing Turkey has pretty much consistent. I said that they believe Hugh still in the consulate today. The news is that they believe that Jamal was killed in in the consulate the Turkish authorities office said today that they know a diplomatic praying carrying a team of fifteen or so Saudi officials came in on Tuesday the same day that Jamal entered the consulate and left that day. Do we know why Mr. Kusherki was at the consulate? Yeah, we know that he was there to marry his fiancee he had gone to the consulate the previous Friday actually can file some papers in order to get probably married. Fiancee's Turkish he was told to leave and come back the following week. And when he came back on Tuesday, he never came out beyond says, it's so reporters that she waited out there for twelve hours, and he never came out. How has Saudi Arabia responded to or explained his disappearance? So far the Saudis have denied holding him. They said he left the conflict. They said that he laughs outside of backdoor ever have not provided any evidence for that. No cameras. No, nothing. So far there Fisher line is that he left the consulate and disappeared. Before we conclude Kinsley just remind us why Mr. kashogi was in self-imposed exile from Saudi Arabia. Could you just remind us about why that is what people need to know? And understand that kashogi has been almost a household name in in Saudi Arabia from thirty years. In fact, used to be a Royal advisor to the Royal family with the increasing crackdowns on descent, he saw a lot of friends and associates rounded up and so he fled to void that faith for himself. And so yes with the posts he was writing critical pieces about Mohammed bin Salman and about the Saudi authorities. However, he never wanted to be the dissident. He really honestly loved Saudi Arabia. He really honestly some of his pieces even took on it advisor role in south that NBS should take the right path and do the right thing to set this country back on track. I think he honestly believe that. That is carrying a tear global opinions editor at the Washington Post. Karen,.

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"jamila" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"You know, our savings are dwindling too much. Then I'd go back and get a job, but I think I'm so blessed to have found this path. Now talking about it and like you said, like spreading the word to others because without this. This without starting on it, I would not be in this position to do this. And so, yeah, it's just like my worst case is everyone's probably everyday scenario or life. So how bad is that? It's not the end of the world? No, it's not the end of the world at all, and I have met you. I saw you speak at podcast movement you to set out a goal and you hit it. You knock it out of the park kit it. It's not just, you know, oh, I might reach it. Jamila just knocks it out of the park. So I don't you. I don't really see you have another real job again. But again, what's the worst? Okay. So I have to go work. I work. I work at a job that I love every single day. Right, right. Okay. Is there anything else that you would like to share about your journey or about, you know what you think that other people could do before we move onto the famous four questions? I say this that you don't necessarily have to max. I like coming at this ain't from point of view of everyone's journey is different and. So yes, I was able to save a lot of money and max everything out for a couple of years. You know, my husband and I, we had a good income when we're able to do that. But even if you're a starting point is that you're paying off debt paying off credit cards, student loan debt, that's major that's a win. And so I hate to downplay or for people to think that there wins are not big enough, and I think you should be celebrating each one because it's so important in every step you make towards getting out of debt, even just putting one percent more into your retirement accounts. Every step you make closer to this f. I goal that you have is a good one, and so you should be proud of yourself. So I just want people to listen and walk away with feeling that no matter what they're doing. It's as long as you do in a little bit better than it did before. It's good enough. It's good, so powerful every step gets you further Ed. Yeah, everybody's dirty is different. Everybody makes it salary. Everybody has different goals, personal finances, personal. So your story is yours, but this is. This is so awesome. Okay..

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"jamila" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"You know, our savings are dwindling too much. Then I'd go back and get a job, but I think I'm so blessed to have found this path. Now talking about it and like you said, like spreading the word to others because without this. This without starting on it, I would not be in this position to do this. And so, yeah, it's just like my worst case is everyone's probably everyday scenario or life. So how bad is that? It's not the end of the world? No, it's not the end of the world at all, and I have met you. I saw you speak at podcast movement you to set out a goal and you hit it. You knock it out of the park kit it. It's not just, you know, oh, I might reach it. Jamila just knocks it out of the park. So I don't you. I don't really see you have another real job again. But again, what's the worst? Okay. So I have to go work. I work. I work at a job that I love every single day. Right, right. Okay. Is there anything else that you would like to share about your journey or about, you know what you think that other people could do before we move onto the famous four questions? I say this that you don't necessarily have to max. I like coming at this ain't from point of view of everyone's journey is different and. So yes, I was able to save a lot of money and max everything out for a couple of years. You know, my husband and I, we had a good income when we're able to do that. But even if you're a starting point is that you're paying off debt paying off credit cards, student loan debt, that's major that's a win. And so I hate to downplay or for people to think that there wins are not big enough, and I think you should be celebrating each one because it's so important in every step you make towards getting out of debt, even just putting one percent more into your retirement accounts. Every step you make closer to this f. I goal that you have is a good one, and so you should be proud of yourself. So I just want people to listen and walk away with feeling that no matter what they're doing. It's as long as you do in a little bit better than it did before. It's good enough. It's good, so powerful every step gets you further Ed. Yeah, everybody's dirty is different. Everybody makes it salary. Everybody has different goals, personal finances, personal. So your story is yours, but this is. This is so awesome. Okay..

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Hersh, Jamila Djamil and Hollywood discussed on WIP Programming

WIP Programming

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Hersh, Jamila Djamil and Hollywood discussed on WIP Programming

"Feds to investigate the planned deportation of a pizza deliveryman from ecuador forget that story now from ten ten wins reporters sonia rincon removable on his behalf legal aid attorney jennifer williams called pablo vw cents ios detention and separation from his wife and children and humane it's heart wrenching this happens every day has no criminal record but agreed to leave the country in two thousand ten instead he married his american wife two years later and they have two daughters now the family has the support of activists in several elected leaders i feel confident in if legal position but our clients confidence in the judiciary and as well as the will of the american people is stronger he could still be deported as soon as monday sonia rincon ten ten wins in lower manhattan creative animation executive at the disney company will leave his post at the end of the year following accusations of unwanted touching john lasseter reportedly hugged and touch those who work with him in unwelcome ways lassiter a co founder of pixar has been away from the studio since taking a six month leave and apologizing to anyone who received an unwanted hug wins news time six thirty six the metoo movement has received lots of talk but there are questions today about just how much really is changed at hollywood actress jamila djamil sites what she calls hypocrisy after a meal hersh was hired by quentin tarantino despite his assault conviction i spent fifteen days in jail for choking movie executive danielle burn field three years ago to meal calls his hiring a case of intense.

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"jamila" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"She's lying yeah about this anyone last week last guys we had jamila mu on the show and we we discuss feminism and so as you know we do a segment called vanilla shit where we bring up something that's in the news that we want to bring up and we found this article and i thought it was interesting especially coming off of a feminist episode a women grew yoga once spotify to also pull chris brown eminem ex ex entice yonne and nellie andhra hatch leapt up ten tasha is that how you say x tassio did that's the on spanish mexican why are you expecting me to have the likes on then the mexican on black don't do me talk about mexican fuck you anyways guys as you guys know so women's advocacy group ultraviolet is applauding spotify's new policy banning hate content and hateful conduct that has brought with it high pro high profile removals of our kelly in x ten joan from curated playlist but an open letter published monday nut takashi it is because she's on takashi is on this list so basically what they wanna do spotify to take off all of these are artists because they've been either abusing women or sexual assault allegations so nellie was not convicted chris brown we know he hits riana red hot chili peppers i'm not familiar with eminem i guess eminem because basically he didn't talk about eight hundred baby chili peppers did so i wanna be kind of you guys thoughts because y'all know our kelley been having a little home full a little girls forever ex since i don't know what he did either what are your thoughts on it like do you guy we still listen to my we still listen to jackson i'll he was playing with.

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"jamila" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"About wanting to ito done by the way flat to t like is an appetite suppressant so why is there now because it's a lollipop everyone is so full of shit like so the whole every the whole instagram ecosystem revolves around plot don't like that it's a lollipop now is an appetite suppressant so why are people now upset because it's in lollipop forum or they just didn't realize the tea was also at suppressant no i really hope jamila jamila is coming after weight watchers nutrisystem south south china of course even the kindo what's that diet gluten free vegans suppressing you're not eating everything that you you're not stepping your face all the time i really think that you should be taking on this 'cause i'm done with like everyone being upset about everything you know what unlike the feminists are taking it too far here ready you wanna be that that you want to be skinny skinny do whatever the hell you want what you want bill you want do what you want for a living endorsed whatever you want an instagram i accept it because we're all equal and you can do whatever the fuck you want and i don't care anymore okay but ever being upset about everything aren't you tired i'm not upsetting more like i just i let go this way has been lifted off my shoulders because i'm done i'm done caring about things done getting upset over what people do say like i may own person i'm going to eat what i want feel what i want be what i want and that's good enough for me i can't be influenced anymore okay i'm strong enough honestly i'm influenced by this because i think i'm gonna buy lollipop 'cause this is an amazing at good job kim yes she'll taught you look like i literally i literally signed and i was like oh my that i am like.

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"jamila" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Com see are you is e e all right let's go to chicago and talk to jamila jamila how are you higher better than others are viewed question for rachel in me yes i actually called uh about two to three months ago for some advice about um whether or not i should have wants at school in your crises against it at this point which was a good idea but uh my husband and i attended any still kind of find um we have been trying to follow the plan for a couple of years now he finally on board with me for both carded but we haven't consciously mantra piece here and we have it really i am sure it yet in sunday's meet phil then christie is your answer because of the stress ferret when they're under trying to get out of that in ten of spending how wheel we're at the point where we're trying to decide he hit a second job um i am mostly stayhome mom berman mound business from those so we have uh four kids can or can't afford it we can't even for childcare to winning the didn't gets harder for me because hidden for outside help um we're at about eighty thousand uh thirty five thousand dollars in there um if i don't in any income his bill what he makes literally paid on unveiled and at the end of the day i if i don't bring in here sure we have seen already newscastle um little extra travel kind kinda her we can get five but we're not actually attacking the back then we won't be attacking me debt for a long time so um we'll canada the struggle because when things get crazy so you're court jobs what kind of closeouts them uh student loan on my hunter among about twenty twenty two thousand what's the wrist of and the rest of it is uh car in credit cards how much is the car the car is fourteen thousand two and um let's lucy twenty six thirty six so uh you said eighty five and so 50000 on.

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"jamila" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"To chicago and talk to jamila jamila how are you harrier better than i deserve your question for rachel and me yes um so i i actually called about two months ago enforcement advice about um clearly not i should have won a school in your time against it at this point which was a good idea but uh my husband and i attended any still kind a find um we have been trying to follow the plan for a couple of years now he finally on board with me for both trying to do it but we haven't congress furniture piece yeah we have it really a career in sunday's thinkers fini is your answer because of the strasbourg when they're under trying to get out of that in ten of spending on wheels we're at a point where we're trying to decide he hit a second job um i um mostly estate whole momberg renowned business from but we have uh four k and i can't afford you can't even for childcare and winning the didn't it harder for me because he's heading for outside help um glad about eighty thousand uh thirty five thousand dollars in debt we uh if i don't need any income his bill what he makes a literally pays aren't though and at the end of the day i if i don't bring in here who gasol um little extra it's kinda and we can get five but we're not actually attacking the death knell he won't be attacking your debt for a long time so um what kind of a struggle because when things get crazy so your job what kind of glasgow awesome uh student loan on my partner among about twenty twenty two thousand what's the most other and the rest of it is uh car in credit card so much as the core the car is fourteen thousand two and on the lucy twenty six thirty six so uh you said eighty five so 50000 on credit cards giver tech yeah well right apart how long have you some forty on credit cards okay all right okay cool and what is your husband make a year eighty two thousand okay and what is what it what is your what is your business make a month mm buries the kind of kind of hunger in two thousand the.

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"jamila" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on WLAC

"Dot com see are you as the e all right let's go to uh chicago and talk to jamila jamila how are you higher better than i deserve your question for rachel and me yes um i i actually called about two or three months ago this person advice about um whether or not i should have won a school in your advice feisty against it at this point wish was a good idea but uh my husband and i attended any still kind of a find um we have been trying to follow the plan for a couple of years now he's finally on board with me for both trying to deliver we haven't gone to finance a peace here we have it's really up to yet in days you feel her graffiti is your answer because of the stress ferret when they're under trying to get out of that in 10 of spending on wheels and we're at a point where we're trying to decide he hit a second job um i am mostly estate hamburg my own business from home but we have uh four and i can't afford neograph or can't even afford childcare and running the business gets harder for me because he had his therefore outside help um we're at about eighty thousand uh for eighty five thousand dollars in debt we um if i don't pay any income his bill what he makes a literally pays arndale and at the end of the day i if i won't bring in is surely have a smooth gasol um well extra so it's kinda we can get five but we're not actually attacking the debt and we won't be attacking me that for a long time so uh what kind of as they struggle because when things get crazy so you're court to withdraw what kind of nine wilson uh student loan on my potter among about twenty twenty two thousand into what's the rest of it and the rest of it is uh car in credit card how much as the car the car aired fourteen thousand insights and um so let's see twenty six thirty six so uh you said eighty five and so 50000 on credit cards give or take yeah well i can and and again we have to try to sell forty on credit cards okay yeah all right okay cool and what does your husband make a year eighty two thousand mckay and what.

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"jamila" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

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"jamila" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

Absolute Advantage

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

"Now big kick jamila head of his thrown on the floor road opted bash i've been soon but you know there's nothing better than now in the you all the sponsor wolf again backed up a one someone strikes of full punching ahead and you go down and then you great backup you got i can bounce sparked from that i you actually become wonga a time something scholars use some of the cold you'd a cry somebody goes long on those five years are the most a most important education you could have a half i love that m and that's so important i mean i i think were that were all of these experiences are part of our journey if you choose to see them that way reflecting back on what you shared you know when you were looking back at your child in on all the kind of gifts that came with growing up um as you did um it taught you so much in you carried that with you through your journey and i think that's the important piece of of all of this is that as reflecting and you're looking at these negative things that happen or not you know and and again looking reframing numsa maybe there aren't as negative but that you're taking with what you learned from that and taking it with you to the next thing exactly exactly going in cordoba socialism young goal for what you're looking at it and if you wanna look at it the worst was about how clinton how was going to destroy a large you'll never going to get back up your right to your door you'll perception stiedeman owner you'll be by fleet love it what about we've got a lot of business owners and leader.

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"jamila" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on WEEI

"It tom brady umbrella chicken they've won that's definitely helped trigger minutes not bella checks attitudes towards talking heads an an a well i recognize the people ask me what we do these days and in kirk leclerc a boat you know the melodrama soap opera i say two things to guys brady in trump trump and brady they intersect the times but we spend ninety percent of our times in some form or another talking about brady go trump i would say been ninety percent of our times talking about our selves or beside trump intersect in that world tear suicide that we spent a lot of time oh i happen to their laid my friend brian curtis who said that the jamila michael got a bad break when trump was terrible for the i would we know was that was off the for us to the cable news business radio was really rough well you know but it was great for and manono how msnbc used to it by god i mean they're doing great that's my point now sarcasm all airlines sink at it i'm not good at using your you're trigger that you should do from now on is now in vegas sad these these drag people who sinned barbra streisand songs would you would you do a show in drag for us when they take barbra streisand sunk if we got you a nice dress it made top makeup person you a couple of barbra streisand so no i know i'm not going to dress i want you avoid can't changes voiced though no that's that's not a point i got to use my boy would you do that for us for the show i do it for one hundred grand and they worried about your job but you're not going to get a hundred grand for them well i'm not going to do it well do it i think my days are numbered what do you mean is on mbc comcast were words yeah i i think i think i go well he fiu i wanted to.

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"jamila" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"jamila" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Jamila is whether side jemil our you i'm good how can i help you my wife and i are trying to go on all night right now we're looking at a body oh what a book luke that are possible my question i've been running a hunger will continue not really going well me can we cope desperate because thousands a year and without an income for me thousand our from red per month and i feel like if i don't go back and agree i feel like i'm either working on business but that was working family can we get a filling out okay what a dramatic on your home business last year luca so much or is it just not working well accountable i'm a photographer one is that in the industry for me and we have for co two of which has more finally the crime incredible who had been really difficult now if you go back to school and get a degree to get a fulltime job how's it going to look at it would be to go back to get a full time job but i think they might i got them look at school district or something part time work during the week while the quran goal so you're gonna to spain thousand it's not worth it now and that's why we get teachers a deal is not gonna work there's louisville search and getting a degree to do that that's not there's no there's no value that to you guys i mean you're gonna have to put in more hours or you're gonna have to make the business more success for one of the two to make more money you're not gonna be able to work hours you're working part time in the school district and make much more you're making now and and that's what i was thinking about winter that we were joe drowning right now and you don't know where to go and um how much debt the of over seven without thousand and not not included in the morning in order that odom twenty five thousand to my mom could i not what finishing and years ago and credit card car long core some of the seventy woo well what is this i i would say let's do a couple things one is almost singer copy of christie rights book business boutique woman's guide to making money doing what she loves and let's let's tuneup this photography.

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