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"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Damage. That has been done shortly. I i really appreciate that. Even after all of the different causes that you have served in your life going back through them. And i realized that for the longest time in your career. It wasn't just your work against the war in vietnam. It wasn't just your work for women and seminars them but also your support a lot of other people didn't for the gay community support for a lot of in times where a lot of white people in particular didn't your support for the black community decades before it's now something that we are all more engaged in you have been using your platform your privilege. Your your own kind of left expertise to help other causes and you're still doing it now even in your eighties i think us fucking admirable and an imperative. I guess an imperative measure for us all to take you know. I think the our work is never done. Because there's so much injustice all around the world and. I think that the day that we stopped fighting for other people is as you said before day where all i loses. Its meaning and it's joyful to do it. It's not like eating broccoli or something. I mean it's fun. I mean you make france with people have your same values and it's just. It's wonderful so jane. Before i let you go has been such a wonderful transfer i really want to but will you please tell me what do you weigh. I weigh if i am still a student learning things every day. I weigh whether i am able to use my platform effectively to address climate crisis. I way that i can wake up in the morning and go through the day not depressed. I way that my children loves me away that my grandchildren love me. I have one this in college and one. That's not even to those. That's what way love. I thank you so much for giving me this time and i got so busy and thank you for all of the work done across the course of your life and also thank you for your inspiring attitude towards failure at the beginning of this podcast. You talked about the fact that you love running towards new things and investigating things even when success in my comfort zone leaving your comfort zone. Date and i was wondering. Is there anything you want in particular women to know. We are the ones most fairmont around failure. Is there anything from your experience of it that you want them to know what to take from your life experience. Well failure is things. I believe that there is a spirit. A higher power Let's let's call it. God for now for simplicity sake Although i don't see god the way that normally i don't as as a human is a gender sitting there but it is what fills my solar plexus and connects me to the rest of the world. You quite spiritual is this buddhism or is it just a of. I've done a lot of studying. Hannity early christianity than us gospels and so forth that spirit which is critical to a good life. Enters us through your wounds and your failures. Not through your awards. And your successes. That's new you learn from your failures and your wounds. If you're willing to man you have to be willing to. But they are critical. Well everyone governed pull the spirit into those wounds of yours. And i agree that mistakes we had a. We had a doctor. Come on here before. Who's neuroscientists and told us that mistakes how people learn the most effectively. It's always via their mistakes. That's how you can almost ensure someone is less likely to ever do that again. Because they're going to remember it firmly in terms of working out which is another thing that i have some expertise in when you lift weights if you if you lift challenging weights can what is happening is there are tiny. Microscopic tears happening in your muscles and the race. That are sitting. Trainer will save you. You have to wait twenty four hours before you work that same muscle again because those microscopic tears have to heal. And when they he'll they're kind of kilo waiting and they're stronger where the tear was becomes. Stronger your stronger. Extra broken places you can become you become stronger. Richer broken broken places. Well you must feel that. You are made of bloody steel than i feel like. I'm on my way jane fonda. You're an absolute here of mine. I bloody love. Thank you for making this time. I hope i get to see you. In palestine against 'em..

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"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

07:43 min | 2 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"To each other. Help each other. Something that i have learned about you over. The last couple of years is and i've been able to use that and i wish it happened to happen to you. I've been able to use that to draw strength from was watching that however much you love advocacy and how much however much an amazing and important nourishing part of your life has been. It's also been a source of a lot of public shaming and. You've also been put through the ringer. An you've had the fbi trash your home and you've been followed by the cia and you've been you've had the president of the united states. Shame you were blacklisted. By hollywood for a while there there was so many I particularly wanted to talk to you about this Because this is something that i've experienced something that gretchen burgers experiencing meghan markle steinem. So many different women who have spoken out from the beginning of time. I'm sure have faced this onslaught of criticism in the hopes of discouraging us not just to discourage individual but in my opinion to also discourage other women from starting to work up and speak up and stand up and stand for something. Can you talk to me a little bit about your experience with that. What it felt like every time you are just trying to help people and you would be rained on by the public can by the media. Well feels bad. You know it was scary. But i'm very stubborn. And the more that they tried to do that too made them more determined. I became to not stop. I was they thought i was some kind of a weak little daddy's girls. They'll scare me away. And i was gonna gonna show them that you can say fuck on this con- you gonna show them that no matter what they do to me. They're not gonna scare me but the more important thing was that i wasn't alone. I was part of a group. I was part of a movement. I was part of an organization. So i was surrounded by people who could who could ulsterman and support me and then that made all the difference in the world. Would you be able to describe to my audience. The kind of things that happened at that time that that we used as a weapon to silence you remember never getting going someplace and i looked up in this gorgeous man. In a pilot's uniform was walking towards me this big smile on his face and he and he kept coming and he came right up to me and the smile disappeared. They said i'd like to cut your fucking throat. And that was that was. That was a real shocker. There was a guy named lyndon larouche that had a lot of money from a computer business that he had any would hire people to stand in airports with huge signs. That would say things. Like feed james bond to the whales. Her jane fonda leaked more than three mile island. Or the no mid attack me. They detect henry kissinger number various people. You know what. I'd have to go walking down the gauntlet of these hateful signed with my kids. That was that was fun. Or you know throwing smoke bombs through my bedroom window into our house. The time that i came home and all of my everything all the drawers and closets had been dumped out into the middle of the rooms and that was the fbi and With the i a win into my bank and got all my bank records. That was percentage ever happened to an american citizen. And you know things like that. They had what's called cohen. Tell grow where fake articles would be set to various columnists like somebody set an article to a hollywood columnist. His very famous army archerd. He's passed hang that i had called for the assassination of richard nixon and it wasn't true or then they would put articles in the paper saying that you know i was that i was going to military bases with my hairdresser making. It look like i was the superficial. That was you know just planting articles that would make that would make me look bad that you know it it ranged gross aboard like that but i mean if i was had been black it would have been worse i would have been shot one hundred percent a hundred percent. I can definitely relate to some of that especially with smear campaigns working through the media and smoke bombs especially when you have small children. I can't even. I can't even imagine what this my son has. A good a good sense of humor about it but as he said are. We used to take patients in conflict zones. We landed in south africa and everybody was made to get off the plane and then we finally got off and there was surrounded by tanks with guys with machine guns. Quite a time yeah. He talks about potty training in a camp. I believe right what was that. We're ran a children's camp anyway. Yeah it was the. They're really something kids. They grew up with it. We have to have somebody that could remotely turn our on the case there was a car bomb because friends of ours had been killed with car-bombs up. It's so funny the way that they would portray you as clearly not a threat. Clearly just doing this for vanity over attention or because you don't know any better and yet at the same time clearly fucking terrified of what it is that you're doing. What kind of influence your having on people the fact that you are you are whistleblowing. What's really happening to a generation that were just listening to you. People from all different walks of life listening to you. And and i think that it the read one of the reasons that it was so important for me to have you on this focus. Because i've been talking about this for the last year. This build her up built her up. Rep her down like us this this perfect machine to gaslight her to smear her reputation to drag her through the mud and because you can't take her out and kill her as you were talking about instead. They kill your credibility they kill your reputation and they hyper belies your many mistakes and never ever discussed the things you are triumphant in or the things that you're doing to help people because they are trying terrified of you and they are trying to make people look away all before they go ahead and then just move onto the next once. They've left you for dead. They move onto the next woman and and the reason that one of the many reasons that you're so important to me is that you are one of few examples of women who somehow because of you'll stop in and because of your strength your profound strength you carried on which is the one thing that we are encouraged especially in this business and especially as women not to do. We're always told no. Don't speak back about it or you know don't don't speak up about how injustices or fight back against the lies. You just look like you're complaining. You'll look like you're moaning you know. Just leave it alone. Ignore ignore it or perhaps it's time to quieten down. Did the people around you. The people that you worked with all the people who were perhaps not working in advocacy with with their friends and family.

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"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

06:59 min | 2 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Is nice to get it right. Has your journey with your body. Been like over the course of your life. How have you managed to come out of that. I reached a point in my late forties. Early forty s. when. I realized that that if i continued with this eating disorder that i would not be able to function and i had a very full life. I was a working actor had two children. I have a husband. I had a. I was a political activist. And that are you know that i could very well die and nobody knew that i did this. It was you know. I could hide it pretty well and that i had to stop and so instead of going to any kind of treatment or anything like that i simply. I went cold turkey. And i i the lord distance you can put between yourself symbol last time you binge the better so i just forced myself to to stop and then i started the jane fonda workout. And that really helped me. I found. I found that with that kind of working. Our i could. I could control my body better without having to purge any too much and then gradually little by little. I just no longer felt the need to to to do it. And i can't look. I can't ever pretend that. I am totally rid of body anxiety and not you know with my father at at a time when while i guess it's true now two women were judged by their bodies. You know i was i. I mean my body. My body problems word really had big impacts on life for a long time. I think that's amazing recovered from billionaire. And i also think it's really important to remind people listening that it's okay if you don't fully overcome the body dismore fear it's okay and it's very statistically it's common think something like sixty percent of the people who suffer with eating disorders or at least two-thirds even will always carry a little part of that anxiety from that time in hating the image and that you should never feel like you've failed. It's just an ongoing incremental journey to keep going to accept yourself and i think that's a large part of my work publicly as to just try and remind people of the root causes of those eating disorders and things that causes anxiety like inauthentic relationships. Ameri- that that confronts your with body issues and things like that. Whatever they are. I have also found that anti anxiety medication done in with a doctor can be very helpful. You know prozac kinds of things. Sir tone uptaken knitter can can really help people. I also wonder if partially your activism has been a big part in saving your life. Because it's something that. I know that you considered to be one of the more important and enriching things. That's ever happened to you but you've ever been involved in. Yeah i Human beings need to have meaning in their lives. All of us. Do we need to be able to look at our lives and feel that there is meaning the meaning can be. I am raising wonderful children. The meaning can be. I am helping neighborhood. Stay safe what it can be different things for different people. But you know. I'm i am making something of my life. And for the first thirty years of my life that was not the case and as a result i lead a pretty hedonistic life. My who much drugs and all kinds of other things. When i decided for all kinds of reasons that we don't have time to go into now. I decided to leave that life and is my way when i make detour and change. I do it like five hundred percent and matt totally different kinds of people and discovered a whole new world. I was so happy there was no question about going back to anything else. Or i don't know i mean i just i felt. I felt at home in my skin for the first time. And as i've gotten older and continued my activism It's just grown grown deeper and deeper. I wasn't depressed anymore either. I also feel as though my generation in particular and the generation after mine are encouraged to think of ourselves as an island a singular entity to like focus on and and only tried to nourish and this is maybe changed in the last year but until then because of the monster is capitalism. They want us to be self obsessive self critical and self analytical and constantly tried to acquire more things will that will make us impressive to others. They don't really encourage community. Social media can encourage community but it can also drive us further and further apart. And i think that the me what advocacy has brought to my life as i feel better feeling smaller feeling less relevant feeling part of something bigger makes me feel less alone and and i think thinking of causes are that can shift. Your reality into more perspective is calming and engaging and it to have something to to want to find the solution for to want to help people to make a difference to someone else's life. It's something that we're just me now. It's become thank god. Something that is more trendy and more socially acceptable more encouraged but up until now. I think a lot of us have suffered from that. Feed started in the eighties is them. It was very delivered. Collectives the word collective became a bad word. You know. I heard trump numb on a number of occasions degrade. The word collective's individualism was extolled. And it was done culturally. It was done on a number of different levels but it was very intentional at the same time at corporate power in our political system was increasing.

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"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

07:32 min | 2 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Indeed we have only met a couple of times and every time you have just struck me as such a such a dream of empowerment kindness openness guidance humility confidence and just coolness and boy you know maybe now wrong i i love you i love you so much and i know that's weird. 'cause i don't know you i can't tell you what a role model you are me. A blueprint i feel like you've created for people like me for all women everywhere people everywhere and just how much i admire you and also how much how grateful i am for. How much of your life story that you have shared over the course of your life because it has made people like me feel less alone you jamila that you know. It blows my mind that that you say that. And i'm honored that you say that and law the good place and i started watching because i love ted danson and i had never seen like you on the screen and so beautiful. And you're such a great figure and and so you just aren't afraid of sending yourself up and i just loved you that character and then when i finally met you i felt like i had known you when you were so friendly and i'm very happy that we're becoming friends likewise i have to say that it feels as though i would need an entire podcast season with you to cover. How extraordinary own life has been so. It's been quite stressful. Trying to figure out what the fuck. I'm going to ask jane fonda about because there are a billion questions. I have eighty four. It'll be the same water under the bridge. They're saying. I'm afraid it's not it's not. It doesn't matter if you're eighty four. I've met other eighty four year olds. Who do not have so many life experiences under their belt but as this is a mental health podcast and mental. Health is something that you have spoken about So much over the course of your life. I was wondering if you could tell us for those who may be do not know yet. What has your experience been like with your mental health. Across your life. To be perfectly honest. I started off handicaps okay. My mother was my mother had been sexually abused at a young age age. She was bipolar and he killed herself when i was twelve. And my father suffered from undiagnosed depression if there had been prozac than our whole lives would have been different and You know so. I started off my life as a pretty depressed repressed person but here is an anti sort of his outweigh until i became an activist in my early thirties. And then everything sort of changed for me i. I felt that. I had a reason to be on earth purpose in life. I started meeting different kinds of people. I started getting more of a sense of the source of people that i wanted to be like. I wanted to have my life have meaning. I wanted to be brave. I wanted to leave this world better than when i came in at all those kind of things and i've been thinking and realizing lately that one of the important things that i've done that i encourage people to do is i have been brave enough to continually get out of my comfort zone. I think it's very important to do that. And it can mean many different things in certainly means has meant for me over and over again taking a hard look at the relationship that i'm in and trying to figure out do i wanna stay here is being in this relationship going to help me become a person that i want to be is going to help me grow and expand and if the answer is no i leave. I don't wanna get stuck. And i think it's really important to illustrate the while i think you may be mean emotional. Michael so of romantic relationships. I also would extend that hopefully with your grace to to any kind of relationship that work relationship be that one with a parent or a sibling. Or someone in your life who you are close to who you need to distance yourself from the autonomy is so important. Keep checking in with yourself. What do i need and women are so discouraged from ever asking themselves that question because we are sort of born with this understanding with his programming. At least the this not to rub the nature of matter. I have to stay here. Yeah yeah we have to put a k. Everyone we must always ourselves second if that and and selfishness is something that is far more admired or at least accepted men whereas in. Is this huge taboo. How did you manage to find your your will to walk towards self preservation. I just i have a i. Don't i'm not afraid of dying. But i'm really afraid of getting to the end of life with with regrets are always about what you didn't do and and so if i'm in a relationship that on going to regret staying in that gives me the courage to lee ingram with guys. I mean big ships With with men. I have issues with men on. I'm single now. And i realized that i'm really just not gifted relationships. You wouldn't know it because i do. What women do you know. I really put myself wholeheartedly into word. I give myself older a lot about them than appoint comes. When i realized that i have to separate myself and go might my own way. If i'm going to grow. And i mean the point of life it seems to me is to grow one of the smartest things that i did was with this fear of regrets when i turned when i was approaching my sixtieth birthday and realizing it would it was my it would be the beginning of my last. Act my third act and you know a third actor important. I realized that in order to know where you want to go. You have to know where you've been now this may not resonate with you and your audience. Who's you're probably quite young all of you. But i don't know if two people who are older. I think they will understand what i did was. I spent a number of years researching myself mean that means not just. I did this then i did. This did this. But how did i feel and in order to get that you sort of have to take yourself like an actor take yourself back there.

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"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

06:21 min | 2 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Right now on john. Gabriel horatio sanz and anthony antenna john lesser to continue the tradition of the imperfect humans for twenty special for more. I fall at your phone from happy listening in order to support our show. We need the help of some great appetizers and we want to make sure that those appetizers ones that you'll actually want to hear about but we need to learn a little more about you to make that possible so go to pub- survey dot com forward slash iway and take a quick anonymous survey. That will help us get to know you better that way. We can bring on appetizers that you won't want to skip. Once you've completed the quick survey you can enter for a chance to win a hundred dollar and gift card terms and conditions do apply and again that's pod surveys dot com forward slash way. Thanks for your help periodic. Hi. i'm gillian jacobs. And i'm deanna resigned over and we've got a new podcast called periodic talks where we basically talked scientists engineers folks from nasa just a bunch of really smart curious people about the whole stuff that they need. Periodic talks is out. Now listen on. Stitcher apple the sirius. Xm app or wherever you get your podcast. Hello and welcome to another episode of iway with jamila journal. I have nothing to say other than jane. Fucking funder is on my fucking podcast. How the hell has happened. I have been obsessed with her for basically my entire life. I was so little when i first became aware of her. Work is a comedic. Actress is the serious actor as a as a producer as this incredible icon ick entertainer and one of those beautiful women. I'd ever seen. I was so in love with her as a kid and really this was before i even came to learn about what an extraordinary life. This woman has lived the ways in which she has risked her life brisk her sanity had general well-being the well being of her family. All in the name of leveraging her privileged to help those who have less all in the name of equal rights for all she is just fearless and so interesting and shop and funny and strong uninspiring. And listen guys. I'm just going to level with you. You've heard me gave some fairly competent interviews over the course of the last year and very rarely do i become a sort of wilting. Sweating squirrel but Unfortunately for us. Oh this is one of those times. And i was mad at myself after it was. I won't fuck. Was that djamil. Why we such a weird timid gushing freak of nature. But i am i was. You're going to headline the little girl in me. Who spent obsessed with this woman forever. I felt so so small and shy under vulnerable. I was on zoom with jane. And she's just looking right into my soul through zoom. And i just couldn't i couldn't cope. I was so overwhelmed with a big deal. It was that she was on my po costs. And i don't often get star struck. And i've met her before and interviewed her before but it just never wears off. Because she's just it's so far beyond entertainment or fame. Oh talent even it's it's just what an extraordinary human being. It's so rare that you ever get to meet someone. So extraordinary so full of love so full of empathy so full of humility and desire to learn so self analytical so so terrifyingly and intimidatingly bright and and brave and and willing to just go to the hardest conversations in order to make sure that there had willing to sacrifice all of her privacy and be so entirely vulnerable on frank about her life about her shortcomings of mistakes about her existence. In order to make other people feel seen. I didn't you know i. I remember for years thinking that she was associated with the. You know the kind of the exercise well. She was a leader in the exercise world Had pro still the biggest selling Vhs of all time with her exercise workout video. But i used to think that as like a kind of frivolous actress getting into work out. I had no idea that she was funding grassroots activism With the money all of the money that she was making from her books and and exercise videos and all of her appearances around the world about it. I had no idea that was motivation. Was nothing to do with vanity. It was nothing to do with thinness. It was nothing to do with diet culture. This woman was trying to save lives with something that was accessible to her. Anyway i am. I'm so sorry that i became a little girl. During listen to view. I had the best time ever i. I wish i had been shopper and cooler and better. I'm never gonna forget that. She took the time of her busy busy life trying to literally save the world to come on and talk to me about how she arrived activism about her journey through mental health about the things that she has seen and done about beloved about her relationship with herself and about climate change climate justice and all of the important information that she was willing to share with me about that amongst many other things. We went everywhere. We went everywhere. We did everything. i hope. You enjoy this episode. I'm going to stop talking. Because i'm so irrelevant anyway. Never mind when jane fonda is about to speak so here she is cheese. Electoral.

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No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

"The minute with kevin mason. I've never considered myself a lucky person. Everything i've gotten. I've worked hard for and that's where the mantra of no pain. No gain comes in. I was thinking about that the other day. I've never had anything just handed to me. Not that lucky. But i was wondering to myself. Where does this phrase no pain. No gain come from so of course. I decided to look into it most famous in the nineteen eighties. It became an exercise. Mantra thanks to jane. Fonda used to always talk about no pain no gain energy and fonda tapes but of course it actually predates that it goes back to the second century in hebrew literature. In fact benjamin. Franklin talked about no pain no gain his way of saying it in poor. Richard's almanac there are no gains without pains and there some days. That's frustrating by the way today happens to be one of those days just had one of those two steps forward three steps back kind of weeks. It's not a bad thing. It just frustrating. Can i get something. I probably don't deserve just because i deserve it. Just ask it.

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No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

"The minute with kevin mason. I've never considered myself a lucky person. Everything i've gotten. I've worked hard for and that's where the mantra of no pain. No gain comes in. I was thinking about that the other day. I've never had anything just handed to me. Not that lucky. But i was wondering to myself. Where does this phrase no pain. No gain come from so of course. I decided to look into it most famous in the nineteen eighties. It became an exercise. Mantra thanks to jane. Fonda used to always talk about no pain no gain energy and fonda tapes but of course it actually predates that it goes back to the second century in hebrew literature. In fact benjamin. Franklin talked about no pain no gain his way of saying it in poor. Richard's almanac there are no gains without pains and there some days. That's frustrating by the way today happens to be one of those days just had one of those two steps forward three steps back kind of weeks. It's not a bad thing. It just frustrating. Can i get something. I probably don't deserve just because i deserve it. Just ask it.

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The Worst Golden Globes Ever Completely Botched Its Diversity Scandal

Daily Pop

01:52 min | 3 months ago

The Worst Golden Globes Ever Completely Botched Its Diversity Scandal

"The gloves were the first award show to take a controversy and actually address it. Head on the winners presenters and even hosts did not hold back about the lack of diversity and those who pick the globe winners. In fact. Amy and tina got into right at the start of the show. Watch the hollywood. Foreign press association is made up of around ninety international. No black journalists. I realized h fda. Maybe you guys didn't get memo because your workplace. Is the backer booth a french. Mcdonald's but you gotta change that it is great to be black the golden globes back back at the golden globes black back anywhere in the spirit of inclusion. I hope that this time next year. This ceremony reflects the true brad and diversity of the film and television being made today because there is so much more to be celebrated. Thank you to the on white. Hollywood foreign press jane fonda two. I think addressed as well head on. How did you feel how did you think they did handling this. Go ahead jane fonda. she's always fantastic. But i i love. They came out hitting it right on top of the head. Everyone had the jokes. I personally thought the foreign press probably thought they had a black woman on the board. Yeah i think it was rachel dole. I think they just found out on us. Yeah i was the first show that you actually a president. Come out actually admit okay. We're gonna make some changes. We're going to do something. And i think you know if you're not gonna talk about it Then you're part of the

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Launch Left

"Starting on inauguration day and and our demands include you know ending fossil fuel racism rejecting fossil fuel projects finding et cetera. So as jane said people know shepherd vary as everyone knows is incredible artists in the founder of obey The artist of obama's portrait poster. And so he has created a portrait of joe biden. That says which side are you. On and behind. Joe biden These two beautiful haunting and beautiful images one of a fossil fuel filled future dirty and dangerous and not what we want and won a green blossoming. Beautiful clean green future and so again. This is going to be airing after our launch. Our hope is really to just you know we want president biden to see us and we want him to know that people are looking at him and are expecting him to pick a side and to pick the right side because his jane said we absolutely cannot continue on path filled with fossil fuels and so we are extremely excited about it. Especially knowing the response in the past with and i think this is just the epitome of how are an activism can work together to make an even bigger impact than anyone could expect that we have some creative ideas up our sleeves on how to show this and how to get president biden to see it because we want to know that people will be holding him accountable and will no longer stand for fossil fuel sold future. Yea yea shepherd. He's a dear friend. He's been on the podcast before and He's made a logo for my family's organization. He's made a logo for the people's inauguration so he's always such a freedom fighter and he engages with whoever is truly speaking from the heart about how we can save our world. He's always game. He's like the guy was like okay but his work is so profound that it never feels like it at any of it down. You know what i mean. He's always like the strongest visual voice in any campaign and so i'm so elated to hear that he's he's created this piece for you all and and Everybody go find that image of biden shepherd made and posted on your social feeds. Let's get president biden into Be on the right side of history and fight for our our very life support system. Which is this beautiful planet. Mother earth. I thank you both so much for your time and efforts. Jane incredible life devoted to activism of so many kinds and your example to those young people out there who are curious about being intentional with their art and mixing it with what they believe in what they can do in the world. Thank you for being a beacon. An icon light To to those kids and it's alike and for me. Personally i just really appreciate your time i know how valuable it is and matty You know my brother speaks very highly of you. And obviously jane of really galvanize the artists community and i'm just blown away by the work you do and so grateful to have you on launch left. Thank you rain in q. So much rain.

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Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award

Jason and Alexis

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award

"Is gonna be the recipient of the Cecil B de Mille Award next month at the Golden Globes. The award recognizes an actor outstanding contribution to the world of entertainment. It's gonna be on February 28 the Golden Globes this year, She's 83. Nobody looks better. Jade Vonda. She's been nominated for 15, Golden Globes and 17. Wow, and she won three of her golden Globes for best actress in a drama, so she definitely deserves it. Oh, she

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Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award

"The Golden Globes will give it Cecil B. De Mille Award to two time Oscar winner Jane Fonda during the 78th annual awards ceremony. February 28th, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association making that announcement today the award honoring offscreen activism and onscreen performances. Now 83 year old Jane Fonda spent much of the 2019 here in the district peacefully demonstrating for action on climate change.

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Jane Fonda to receive Golden Globes' Cecil B. DeMille Award

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Jane Fonda to receive Golden Globes' Cecil B. DeMille Award

"The golden globes will present its highest honor to actor Jane Fonda marches are a letter with the latest Jane Fonda already knows she will take home a golden globe trophy at the February twenty eighth ceremony she will receive the Cecil B. de Mille award given to a person who has made an impact on entertainment the Hollywood foreign press association says it is recognizing Fonda for her undeniable talent and her unrelenting activism the golden globe nominations will come out February third

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

08:38 min | 5 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"Okay welcome to atmos skara. I am jess. you are just an. I am jen. I'm just excited. It's like we're back in our interviews all set up new ones for twenty twenty one and we're starting how big this is a major major interview. We are very excited to bring you our conversation with jane fonda i mean talk about icon. I this is that we're gets thrown around a lot. I think this woman deserves it. She's i mean you probably know who she is but she's an actress and author and activist of fashion and wellness econ for decades so she grew up in new york city and attended vassar. College went on to do some modeling. She appeared on the cover of vogue twice before she became an actress. Which i did not know until i did this research. She's been nominated for seven academy awards one two and in the wellness world which i think is very appropriate for this time of year. She's been known forever to be a wellness guru but since the eighties because of her exercise videos jess you're gonna love this in nineteen eighty two. She released her exercise video called jane fonda workout. It went on to become the highest selling vhs videotape of all time. And i know you loved and exercise back in the day. So yeah we have him. Let's talk about her activism because that's what really known for these days. She's an antiwar activist and feminist Funded the women's media centre with gloria steinem and robin morgan. That's an amazing organization. Should look into You probably know her as an environmental activist as well and in september. She actually released her most recent book. What can i do the truth about. Climate change in how to fix it and it was through her work in environmentalism which. We'll talk about that. She decided to sign on as spokesperson for uncle. Bud's a wellness brand that makes products with hempseed oil and cbd and that's actually how we got the connection with her to bring her on the podcast even though she's somebody just An i have admired for a while. So get this after. We got her uncle. Bud's was so excited that we did that. That they decide to give you guys a discount code this advertisement and they wanted to give you thirty percent off your order. That's like a third off your order. Uncle bud's and the products aren't even that expensive so to get your thirty percent off. Good uncle bud's website. It's uncle bud's hemp dot com. Then enter the code. Jane thirty as all one word. I'll put a link to it on the blogger and put it on social media. You'll get a discount. You could vice a mask. Some jane's paper products. She'll talk about Thank you uncle. Bud's thanks to jane. Let's do the interview. Jane fonda just asked us wire podcast is called fat mascara. And i've never answered that more poorly but now we're on the line with the icon herself hygiene. Welcome jim us to see you. Hi jessica. good disea- you nice to see you so like we said it's beauty but they're such deeper conversations to be had a but just to get into it. I wanted to ask you like what was your first. With all the trappings of beauty like the first memory to salon or the first time you smelled you know a perfume. Just that like got you into like okay. This could be fun. I think i was forty five years old and a friend of my stepmother said to my stepmother. She's gonna do something about her skin. And so they sent me to a facialists here in los angeles. I eat a tiburon and i had my first facial and i thought well this is pretty cool. You are forty five when you're first facial. Yeah okay you know just an early early to it. Not a late bloomer at all has has has your relationship with with. Your appearance changed over the course of your life like when you looked at the mirror when you are teen or in your sixties and how you look now will i suffered from pretty severe Body this morpheus. Oh yes it has changed a lot. I suffered from eating disorders from about the age of sixteen to forty three on. Look in the mirror. What what would go through your head. well i just. I thought i was too fat. I always thought was too fat. You know my my dad used to You know everybody always blames it on the mothers if it isn't one thing as a mother but You know it can be the father. I just you know watching the crown. Oh yeah great. With with with princess diane. Yeah yeah. all it took for her was to have her boyfriend prince whatever. His name was touch her waist and set. Ooh a bit trumpy alway And and that did it well. My father was always complaining to his wives. he had the I shouldn't wear dresses. That were too short. Or i shouldn't work bikinis or you know. Was he always thought. I was too fat so i always thought i was too fat. I got over it eventually but yes. It's changed a lot. i don't. i'm careful about what i eat. But i'm not. I don't i don't suffer from food addictions anymore. Some people think you can't get over them. You definitely can. Yeah sure i was going to ask you you know how do people i i. I've heard people talk about like alcoholism day by day. Like you never really are are free. you know how. How did you break free of that gut over anxiety if you're in a relationship that's inauthentic. That's that's not real. That's there's lying going on to yourself You know if you have that tendency you'll have some tendency it'll either be shopping too much or having sex too much or drinking too macho whatever and some people have an eating disorder if you get rid of that kind of dishonesty and anxiety than it's very possible for the eating disorder to go away. That's interesting so you link it to something else to the deeper root cause. Yeah it's very deep. This called prozac. That would change your relationship when you look in the mirror. Now do you. Are you happy with the way you look. I don't care. I'm i'm going to be eighty three in about two days and if i still cared at my age i care more. It this is true. I care more about health. I know what will make me feel. Okay tomorrow have a martini. Today will make me feel not great tomorrow. So i don't have one you know so i don't feel good when i've put on a lot of weight in the beginning of the pandemic you know i put on. Nobody else would have thought. I had put on weight. But i knew. And i didn't feel good so i just lost it you know when you're talking about weight that the me think of you know one of my most visceral memories with you my first introduction to you. Is you know. My mother had your exercise tapes. It was the eighty eighties. This is what everyone did. And i'm curious when you look back and you know you obviously are very big part of the you know wellness culture. We're gonna get to see. Cbc and a little bit but you have very keen perspective on what wellness is right now when you as as a pioneer of you know fitness wellness the whole movement in the eighties. And looking at it now where we are today. Do you think we've come far as a culture. Do think we're still kind of like you know not the m- the needle hasn't moved far enough. What's your perspective. I have no idea what's going on out there today. I have no idea you just know your path to finding health. There's a tendency to overdo working out like you have to be super sculpted and all that and that's that's not good. I don't know that's a thing. Or just i see from time to time but i i. I don't know do think there's as much pressure to be. You know sort of roba sized or to put it in the ten twenty twenty like pilates is or you know guests so green juice. Is you see in movies and on television. You know and the yoga's become a much bigger thing. Now you know. So i mean. Most of my friends do yoga..

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

08:07 min | 8 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"Of the importance of making a plan to vote. So we're registering people were specifically targeting in some states, the lead, Latinas, Como? Have people writing postcards to ten associates or colleagues or? We're doing things to help people talk to climate deniers about why this isn't a crisis and people are asking for more I feel hopeful myself there's been lessons learned in the pandemic as well that pertain to the climate crisis. First of all the need for a strong federal government you know for since Reagan, there's been billions of dollars spent to try to convince the American people that big government is bad very people who need it. The most big government is bad. Well, we need government and we need it number two to be prepared big government that has the capacity on the resilience to address things like pan-demic on the climate crisis, and then listen to experts listened to the scientists. Those are three things that pertain to the climate crisis to. Speaking to an activist in the US, recently described the current protest moment in the United States as one of two angers an anger. The inequality. Injustice and another anger that just seems to want to thwart any progress that wants to cause damage apparently damages. Sake what do you make of this idea of to angers and how healthy is that for a for society? Like the United States. It does feel like an angry time but there is toxic anger and then there's healing anger just like there is destructive flyer that can burn Australia that can burn the Amazon right now is burning northern California and my beloved big Sur the very place where I made the fateful call to. Bill. mckibben Naomi Klein, and any Leonard is now having to be vacuumed because of the fires there's the bad fire but then there's good fire. There's certain things that only grow in the presence of fire after fire has passed number one number two fire cleans out the deadwood. The unnecessary I'm just suddenly I'm thinking of John Lewis. Good trouble could fire. Here's a good fire. People are feeling very a woke and ready and motivated to do something I have never in my eighty two years seen or felt anything like this, and it's very beautiful and encouraging and does not feel like a unique feeling for someone like you who has seen so many and been involved in so many chapters of social upheaval over the past six decades. It does it feels like a turning point. You know the notion of intersection -ality that word which was put out into the universe by Kimberly crenshaw and seemed only a year and a half two years ago as very honorable inside and rhetorical. Now it is being lived. It is being lived people understand that all these the mentality that created the climate crisis, the colonial. sajjan mystic. Sexist xenophobic mentality that the earth is just ours to use. It's an endless pit for our waste. We. Have the right to exploit, it. Like we do women and indigenous people and people of Color. These are all connected all these things and the solutions are interconnected as well at people just get it and the solutions are so Duh. You know creating a sustainable clean energy future creates millions more jobs than fossil fuel industry does and you know what we just have to do is make sure that the fossil fuel workers get trained and paid properly. Fill those jobs, many unemployed people in the US. Now, they can be trained to do these jobs. There's so much that's needed. There's GonNa be more pandemics coming, and there's going to be massive climate disruptions and our country is totally without resilience. Whether it's our sewage systems, our dams, our roads, our bridges, our healthcare system we are not prepared. So one of the things that we are ready to do the minute. Please Scott please that Joe Biden is elected. is to force him to create resiliency in this country. That's what has to happen. Am I realize it's a very precarious business to ask people to gaze into a crystal ball but do you feel given your campaigning in your activism and your support for Joe Biden? Do you feel that he can win? Yeah, absolutely you can. I think there's trickery there's defranchising going on it's know. Trump is making it as hard as possible for people to vote, but people are so angry about that. That they're finding all kinds of ways to do things about it. You know like they were trying to newt her the postal service. Well, people just rose up you know and I don't think they expected how much people love the post office and are fighting to save the post office. It's really it's just at the drop of at a moment's notice eight, hundred protests all across the country is really great. Yeah, I. think that. Joe Biden can be elected if we can get out the vote and Joe Biden's economic proposals, the green economy this idea of building back better which is a slogan of the Biden campaign is pretty central to. I. Think it was back in two thousand sixteen when Hillary Clinton was also proposing a pretty widespread idea of creating jobs as part of the green economy at the time I, recall a big swell of the discussion being. Of workers don't want to train what if we don't want to be told that they have to work in a new industry? How do you bridge those two things? Do you think Jane? Workers in that industrial sector probably want to continue working in that industrial sector. But man, are there things to do and that industrial sector I mean there's nothing wrong with pipelines sometimes, they're used for oil but are also used for drinking water in Flint. and. Our sewage system is pathetic and there's great places all of the United States that had no sewage system. Or running water I mean it's quite unbelievable. There's so much work to do. Worker should be able to to be trained to work in the same sectors they were working in, but instead of fossil fuel, it can be. It can be all the charging stations that need to be put in. It could be a smart energy grid can be retrofitting our pipelines for water and sewage. It can be retrofitting buildings. There's just so many things, but they should have a choice. You see it's been done. It's called a just transition meeting. Fair to transition. Office lawsuit clean renewable economy it's Germany for example, Germany relied so much on coal thirty, thousand coal miners had been switched to another sector. Why did it work smoothly? Because the workers were at the table their unions were the table communities and the environmentalists and the government. Those five sectors were all at the table, and so it got worked out everybody didn't get one hundred percent of what they wanted but they got enough in if they didn't get that last ten percent, they know why so it worked and that's what we have to do. Abide missed Scranton Pennsylvania he's. He's kind of a being.

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

08:28 min | 8 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"There's certain things that all they grow in the presence of Higher Flyer Cleans out the deadwood the unnecessary. I'm just suddenly I'm thinking of John Lewis. Good troubled. Fire. There's a good fire people are feeling very. Awoke, and ready and motivated to do something. I have never in my eighty two years seen or felt anything like this. Jane Fonda has in her own estimation lived an extraordinary life. She was born in New York City in one thousand, nine, thirty, seven start in any fifty films since making her debut in nine, hundred sixty. From the science fiction cult classic. Barbarella to the committee nine to five funders roles of span the gamut of film acting earning her rafts of awards in the process including two Academy Awards for Best Actress. She is however is well known for her activism. She is for performances in film and on television. From opposing the Vietnam War to hosting fundraisers in Hollywood for Black Panther Civil Rights movement from delivering part of her acceptance speech at the nineteen seventy-nine American sign language to highlight the experience of people who are deaf to launch her famous series of home workout videos in the early nineteen eighty s in order to finance the campaign for economic democracy the body she cofounded did to and economic injustice in the US the ways in which he has campaigned diverse. I'm just various as the causes she's become a champion for. And Lost October, she began what she describes as the final chapter of her activism, which began just before her eighty second birthday. Fire Drill Fridays began as a series of climate rallies and protests in Washington DC in which she and some of fellow demonstrators arrested week after week. A consequential presidential election Jane Fonda says that her work in activism is far from done. I spoke to Jane Fonda from her home in Los Angeles for the big. Interview. Janai wants to begin in May after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis the protests demonstrations that. And filled in. So many U. S. cities following that incident. What did you? What was your reaction to them having been at the heart and at the helm of so many protests movements covering such a huge array of issues. Is such span of your life? How did you feel when when people took to the streets following George Freud staff demonstrations, the protests, the uprisings after the protests were thrilling to me. Thrilling, in their breadth and depth and diversity I, mean there's a small town just south of where I'm living. It's all white middle class and they were out carrying black lives matter signs. There's been about this moment that got people out into the streets, not just that they'd been shut off for so long but the pandemic has pulled the band aid off. The, profound systemic injustice and inequality in this country. I don't think people really realized many people. Didn't realize. How Close to the edge, most Americans lives dust, literally paycheck to paycheck and how these are the people that we rely on to keep life going the deliverymen, the postal service of nurses the. The Home Care Workers Etcetera and. There's been a new appreciation I think of the need to address inequality and the need to create good jobs where people in the United States the fact that so many people live in constant anxiety that they won't be able to feed their family. It's inexcusable in country and things have gotten worse as Neo Liberalism has. been at work here in the United. States. So there's that and then. You know when we started for Admiral Fridays in DC we didn't know whether there was going to be traction. I kind of the young people have the sunrise movement in the Fridays for future and extinction rebellion and zero hour, and we need something for all folks. You know it took about three or four took almost a month before we realized holy cow, we tapped into something really important started coming from all over the country they wanted to be told what they can do. They wanted to be told you're something you can do. It's not so difficult. And then to take that next step and put their bodies on the line engage in civil disobedience and risk arrest and it had. Profound. Trench formative effects on people and it seems that had a transformative effect on you to not fair to say, yeah you know in this day and age in your country like in line it's not so easy to have the experience or find a way to put your whole self in alignment with your deepest values, which is what civil disobedience does. It's like stepping into yourself it's very empowering. Now obviously helps to be white and famous. You know the police were told to behave well, five been black would have been quite different, but it was. For historic reasons, most of the people who got arrested were white. There was maybe two handful of many that were ten African. American. People in the course of four months and I understand why? Our. Goal was to reach people who understand that there's a climate crisis understand that it's human created. And just wondering to what to do, and that's what happened and most of them what we asked often we did have any of you ever done this before most hands went up they'd never this is something they've never done. That was really rewarding. You have chronicle all Jane in your new book what can I do my path from climate dispatch to action I thought Jane. At the very beginning of the book you describe the moment when a police officer during the first fire drill Friday's gathering Finally, put your hands behind your back and ties together with some white plastic handcuffs. Could you recall that moment for us and the sensation you had about how the the motivation used had for filed journal Fridays was now translating in a very physical way. Well I have been handcuffed before and put in jail before, but they were metal. And I was younger. Now I'm almost eighty three and they were white and they were painful and they put my arms behind my back and I have shoulder issues. So you know it was hard but I knew why I was there. I knew what I wanted to accomplish I knew there would be a lot of press coverage and my goal was to you know people, we're GonNa Save One god, she's eighty two, and if she can do that, I can do that kind of thing. And And I just I felt so empowered. You know not so empowered when we got to the police wagon and I couldn't get into it because there was nothing to hold onto my hands were behind my back. And was high up and so the officer had to take my fanny and push me into the police question. Was a little unceremonious. On this moment, like the one that you're drawing attention to through fire drill Fridays Jane, the idea of of losing and putting all ceremony to one side is perhaps the least you can do is it fair to summarize it in that way? I wanted to turn eighty three. No, I honored to turn eighty two in jail and I missed it by day wouldn't put me in jail again they did it once and they arrested me four more times and then I got arrested again and I was told if I did I'd be put in jail but they didn't do it because I knew that it we get a lot of attention and the reason the attention is important as I don't need attention for me personally but that it makes people realize the urgency of climate crisis. So little time ten years to cut our fossil fuel emissions in house just an awesome unprecedented.

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Jane Fonda leads celebs in exercise video to encourage voting

Jason and Alexis

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Jane Fonda leads celebs in exercise video to encourage voting

"Working in her eighties, and is she I saw a headline. Is she making another exercise tape? She isn't but what she did was she made a clip. It's like a little commercial exercise that vote and voter registration. And she got Katy Perry Kerry Washington Orlando Bloom Amy Schumer, Ah, Ken Jeong, Vanessa Hudgens Shack. Ah, Ashley Benson to make little cameos and it's like VHS graphics. She is in her full exercise gear doing like leg lives and stuff. Do you want to hear some of it? Yeah. Okay, there it is. Bring back the movement. We need to be in shape for the upcoming race needed strong. Laser forest be fully committed to the task at hand. So let's get ready.

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Have. You ever gone mountain climbing. Oh. Yes. I've I've the highest I've ever gone is Fourteen thousand feet. Wow have you ever seen a ghost Jane? Fonda Yes I have. Have you ever been in a submarine? Only at Disneyland. Have can you ride a horse without a saddle? Oh yes. I Have I've gone that a lot. Yes. Neatly fold fitted sheet Jane Fonda. With a lot of difficulty, but I've done it. Question, of course, can you do mine? No. Can you make Perfect Martini? What's the matter with my hair got? CAN'T PARALLEL PARK Okay. Can you put someone in their place with a single weathering stare? I don't think so. Okay last question. Have you ever fallen in love at first sight? Now. All. Right. Thank you very much Jane Fonda for indulging me. Wow. That's that is that is quite a run through of stuff by the way. Where'd you see the? Ghost. Well, it was about five months after my mother died and my mother's in a corner. And I was with my sister, my half sister and the next morning I asked her if she had seen in, she said yes. Wow you know Jane you have never been scared to question the status quo, but I want to see how you fare when face with shady questions Jane Fonda the time has come for you to plead the fifth. Get by the way. Here we go. I have three questions and you may plead the fifth to. One. Okay, Jane. What did you think of Barbara streisand saying in? Sixteen that she made your career because she turned down clute Julia and they shoot horses don't they? And so I'm supposed to answer. Yes. Okay. If you are well I, you know. She needs to say things like that to kind of you know give her a little boost. I mean you have to feel sorry for you know it's been a tough life and she needs something different. Yes. Exactly. Okay. Jane Fonda Question Number Two would you be a guest on Megan Kelly's self-produced podcast? Sure. You're fearless. You're amazing. I love it. Okay. Jane Fonda out of your whole career, which of your co stars had the worst breath..

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"jane fonda" Discussed on The View

The View

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on The View

"We are back with Jane Fonda Joy. Yes. So Jane in new a couple of other people like Lizzo and John Legend an open letter in support of what they call defunding the police. Now, that's a phrase that is I believe misunderstood and used against the correct people. Can you explain what that actually means? So that people understand that defunding police doesn't mean you're going to eliminate the police force. Well. A, very good example of what it looks like as Newark New Jersey. Where they created a community. Team? To go door to door and check on people and take care of people and find out what what's wrong and if there's a problem they go in before the police do and kind of Suss it out it's it's so that the police force it's led by the community the police comes in when needed you don't totally do away with the police, but there's not the humongous amounts of money that are going to fund the police that instead should go to. To the community needs and that in itself will help reduce trouble and rising rise. OPS. Uprisings and. And it's working very very well. So that's what we mean. We're not talking about doing away with the police we're talking about reconfiguring it and having. Communities take the lead. So. Then why don't we call it reconfiguring the police instead of De Fund the police it's such a volatile phrase I think in the causes so much disruption and misunderstanding it's like the word feminist and liberal which has been taken over by the right wing of this country to make it a negative thing because they did the same thing with this. What you and I are white and I think this is a moment in history when we have to sit back. And take our cues from Movement for black lives. there. Decide they do how they do what how they name it. That but you've been part of K. I go along with that listen it's fine. You've been part of the Social Justice Movement since the Seventies. So how today's protests compared to what you've experienced over the decades chain. Yeah well, social media changes everything. You know it has its bad parts, but it's kind of wonderful when you're an organizer and you're trying to pull together demonstrations, protests uprising so that changes but also. I think the fact that a lot of the Movement for black lives are especially black lives matter is led by women. And they lead with joy I I watched joy I watched the. The national. Black Convention last week. It's the first one since nineteen, seventy two and it was fabulous and what was what's really impressed me was how joyful it was and I. I spoke Patrisse cullors since the CO founder of black lives matter and she said, that's right. We have to lead with joy and I think that that. vibe believe it or not that. Part of the Movement for black lives makes it more welcoming to people who maybe have never been part of protests and uprisings, and is what gave the the uprisings and continue to give the uprising such such diversity. Also, I think people have been inside clip kept inside because of the pandemic for so long that they they wanted to get out. So that work in the end, the uprisings favor, but also I think the Yarmuk has also show the essential workers, most of whom are people of Color, how miserably treated they. have been they're not paid enough. They have no protections and yet they are the people that make our lives work smoothly and I think there's a tremendous feeling of support for them. So I think people were people were ready to step out of their comfort zone and do something in solidarity with the with the black lives. So I think it's just been great and I think it's GonNa do more than just protests I think is going to really lead to things. I. Don't think this is not going to go away. No, it's not going anywhere. It's not going anywhere because we all see ourselves now people now see themselves as being. Also on the receiving end of a lot of things. So maybe this is what it what it takes. It always takes people to see themselves in order to make change. It's. So good to see you just always. So proud that I know you.

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"jane fonda" Discussed on The View

The View

07:43 min | 10 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on The View

"Right back. By. Dolphins. Does Oscar winner and legendary activist Jane Fonda think the black lives matter. Movement has been effective in getting its message to the people she's live on the view next. Jane. Fonda. Is a Hollywood icon. She's known for activism as well as her acting, but her book, what can I do my path from climate to spare to action is out now and with wildfires still raging in the west coast, it could not come at a better time. Please welcome to Fabulous Jane Fonda Good Morning Jane. Fonda. Hours reading here you were arrested. One you arrested five times trying to raise awareness for the climate crisis and you say civil disobedience has to be the new norm. Now, I've always known that but how do we get other people to recognize that this is what we must do in order to make the change we want to say. Well, apparently, there are thirteen million Americans who are prepared to engage in civil disobedience and risk getting arrested, but they've never been asked. And so what I'm doing is going after the great unasked. The fire last week. The fired Ruben fraud had settled on route fifty thousand people watching to you all on the zoo. That's nothing on the soon on the view but every ethnicity. But for us, that's great. There are more and more people who are. Paying, attention and wanting to get involved an tens of thousands of them were volunteering get out the vote registering people to vote re registering people who have been purged from the polls. People are people are. Active and involved as pretty great. Well. You acknowledged in the book which is fantastic. By the way it's it's a guy to activism. That not everyone can or should engage in civil disobedience. People of Color and undocumented immigrants have much more at risk and you also write about being treated differently in jail because you're white and famous. What did you observe when you were in jail as a white and famous person? Well. Thank you for saying that I definitely, my experience is not the same as it would be if I was a person of color black, particularly a black woman. There's something about putting your body on the line aligning yourself totally with your deepest values that is very empowered even though you're having an cups and shackles put on you and you've lost all control, you still feel very empowered and joyful elaborate look around and see the other people with me. I could tell they were feeling the same thing. It's. It's stepping stepping up your game and it, and it feels good and. The scientists. Who usually are below the radar? To be you know politicized but they have come out saying. You got cut fossil emissions than half in ten years, and we need unprecedented numbers of people. Involved, and that's what we do. We have to organize mobilize millions of people to force the government to do necessary and I and I think we're going to do it. Three and a half three and a half percent of people all you need to win and that's eleven and a half million people at Macau we can do it. Okay. Okay so congratulations Jane on all your good works I had said it off camera saying it again on camera I appreciate everything you do. But let's do a little politics because you say this next election is literally do or die which I totally agree with you at one point you thought you could actually appeal to trump's vanity unbelievable to get him to address the climate crisis, but you didn't get past Ivanka what happened tell? Well. I I am. This kind of ma'am. If you get enough good lookin women there kneeling in front of them saying you can be the greatest hero. The world has ever seen. It'll be huge if you just. Do Away with fossil fuels and move us into a clean sustainable energy future and explain to do it that he would that he would want of skis sweat. So i. told him that. Nothing. Well You know the US is facing so many issues right now, the pandemic racial injustice, the climate crisis you write that they're all interconnected and that communities of color are disproportionately affected. Can you talk a little bit more about that? Yeah well, it's there's a lot of levels to it. First of all, the fossil fuel industry very deliberately puts its infrastructure it's wells it's racking bids, its refineries and incinerators in communities of color thinking that these people don't have enough power to push back and complain, and as a result, the people who live there are getting sick especially respiratory problems, which makes them extremely vulnerable to the cogan pandemic What has brought us to this point in terms of the climate crisis. Comes from the same mentality that raw that had slavery. Create the economy in this country. Treating people like they weren't human and putting them into bondage. It's the same mentality and. And so when we talk about the climate crisis, wait, we were really talking about everything and extractives xenophobic. Entitled Mindset that has to be done away with because the crisis that we're facing isn't just a a climate crisis, an empathy crisis inequality crisis so we really have to. Change a lot of. This country starting with loss so fuels and then moving to. How do we become a carrying country and taking care of ourselves and sharing resources and? You know making it so that everybody has a decent life doesn't have to live in constant anxiety about whether they can afford to. Have a roof over their head and put food on the table. I mean, this is a a moment. We're slow lucky to be alive right now to fight a fight that can determine whether we go forward as a as a country that cares about people or we Or we become like Brazil and Russia countries that are governed by strong men who don't give fluffy rat's ass about people. There you are, and when we were going to go coming back because we have to talk about with you Jane, we'll be right back. Right now at this defining moment in. America from ABC News Turning Point a groundbreaking nightline event all late nine ABC..

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

02:41 min | 10 months ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Hysteria

"Arthur bigger problems but era that's my big problem with a lot of things is that I have a hard time with a with a my attention span because I'm like does this really matter right now like honestly I should be reading something more important. So you know what I have picked up on you like you know high watch too much law and order I've been finding old episodes of fame fame. Do you remember fame? I think it might have been a little bit. More, your time but the beginning of IT Debbie Allen Leroy's my favorite character when I could like tell my mom all the characters before I had started watching again she's like you have real problems with your memory 'cause that's crazy that you remember that the beginning of the show Debbie Allen every time says you want fame will fame's can cost you and here's where you start paying. In sweat I, love it I'm like bad. Bitch. They're seen in Shits Creek. We're Catherine O'Hara kinda channels. Yes. that. You will work until it hurts and she's saying that to some kids. Love it. Love it. Okay. All right. Well, that's our sanity corner. Jamile even more sane I feel more sane to also. I I love doing these. We should do these more often. It's very, very fun. I mean and I I did make it petty even though it was a sanity corner that was a classic good job Aaron. All right that's all the time we have for hysteria. Thank you Elissa for hanging out with me for the whole show. Thanks to Jane Fonda and Anne Leonard. Sentence I never thought that I would say for stopping by and hanging out with us and thanks to all of you for listening. There will be more hysteria.

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20 Republican Senators Petition the FDA to Ban the Abortion Pill

Hysteria

01:03 min | 10 months ago

20 Republican Senators Petition the FDA to Ban the Abortion Pill

"The GOP continues to be indomitable creepy about reproduction even in the midst of a pandemic. No this happened last week but I wanted to talk about it because it was so egregious. Last. Week Twenty Republican senators joined forces to ask the FDA to ban one of the medications used for early abortions. One of the Senators Ted Cruz and he tweeted. Pregnancy. Is Not a life threatening illness and the abortion pill does not cure or prevent any disease make no mistakes. mifepristone is a dangerous pill. First of all, you just hear that in his voice, his kind of whiny pontificating voice even though it was a tweet, it's like the same voice he used when he yelled at Donald Trump for saying his father was part of the JFK conspiracy are murder. It's not I mean I don't know how the voice would sound defending his wife from Donald Trump calling her ugly because that never happened he never. but this this he's gotten involved in, he's going to stand up to

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Oscars set inclusion standards for Best Picture nominees

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:23 min | 10 months ago

Oscars set inclusion standards for Best Picture nominees

"In other news that's rocking La after years of Hashtag Oscarssowhite. The Motion Picture Academy has announced a major rule change to hopefully make the Oscars. Hashtag. So right, the Oscars are making inclusion requirement for best picture consideration starting at twenty, twenty four, those movies must meet diversity requirements in two out of four production categories widening opportunities for underrepresented groups. They include women, minorities, and people with cognitive or physical disabilities promoters of the initiative say the changes will better reflect the diversity of the movie going audience. So this is encompassing the totality of the people that actually work on film. All Shift From now on movies can only be nominated for best picture if they meet certain diversity thresholds wherever Martin Scorsese is right now he is shitting himself. He's probably calling dicaprio begging him to make a plan come on your show. You can't play black you can do anything I know you can personally. I think this opens a bunch of opportunities I. Hope that long running franchises will just switch up the races of people and never address it. Like how dope would be in the next Batman Movie? He's just Jamaican I beat about. What? Did you. See. For. What you want to see if what give him dude my you know what was funny man is soon as the story came out so many people read the headline and they just started panicking bitching online people like this is censorship you can't force filmmakers to create whatever you want I mean, how can you make a period piece with diversity? There were no black people but. You actually read the story before chiming in people would have realised that in fact, these new standards which only take effect in two thousand, twenty four I'm not that strict. For instance, a movie qualifies if it has just one lead role from an underrepresented group and thirty percents of the crew from an underrepresented group as well. Right? Even if it has just thirty percent diversity in the Marketing Department or an internship program for an underrepresented group and by the way. They define underrepresented groups as Black Asian Hispanic Indigenous People, women, the disabled community or members of the Lgbtq community. So in other words, it's super easy to meet this criteria.

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UK imposes new coronavirus restrictions for England

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

UK imposes new coronavirus restrictions for England

"As Europe struggles with the surgeon new corona virus cases the UK tightening restrictions the government says, social gatherings could include no more than six people instead of the previous thirty allowed in. England for Monday were introducing the rule of six. You must not meet socially in groups of more than six and if you do, you will be breaking the law.

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Music industry calls for Black Out Tuesday amid unrest

Charlie Parker

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Music industry calls for Black Out Tuesday amid unrest

"Today the sound of protests and calls for change will be heard loud and clear as the music industry goes quiet several record label executives and artists have thrown their support behind the blackout Tuesday protest which aims to raise awareness to show solidarity with the demonstrations being held against police brutality the music industry as a whole will stop normal operations for a day in an effort to fight racial justice and support the black community a statement released about the initiative wrote the music industry is a multi billion dollar industry an industry that has profited predominantly from black art Jane Fonda is speaking out against white privilege in an interview with CNN the actress and activist called on white people to educate themselves and support the black lives matter movement fund explained to don lemon that white people should recognize their own privilege and use it to advocate for change she said we have to understand what it is that keeps racism in place Hosey is helping out those heard during the George Floyd protests in Los Angeles the singer stood on the front line of a protest in Santa Monica California this weekend and was photographed providing medical aid to fellow protesters who were injured all the shared on social media that she had to help bandage up a man who was shot by rubber bullets in the

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Democracy Cant Thrive in Chaos

Dare I Say

08:54 min | 1 year ago

Democracy Cant Thrive in Chaos

"Jane Fonda was arrested five times for environmental protest outside the Capitol this fall. She accepted a BAFTA film award while being taken into custody and photographs. The actor cast a striking figure in handcuffs in red will coat. It's a color fitting for the protests which are inspired by global school strikes and called Fire Drill. Fridays fresh from her arrest streak. The activists joined environmental justice campaigner and community organizer. Peggy Shepherd to record a live episode of Dare. I say in partnership with AMEX AT SAKS fifth avenue in New York City Peggy has been at the forefront of the Environmental Justice Movement in the US for a long time. She founded nonprofit organization. We Act for Environmental Justice in North Manhattan in the eighties. It helped low income New Yorkers in particular communities of color fight harmful environmental policies. It now fights for better environmental and health policies on a local and national level in the I live recorded episode of Dare. I say peggy and Jane discussed civil disobedience the green new deal resilience and why it is important for women to lead the climate conversation. How can we remedy empathy crisis? That has hurt generations of Americans. Why is the cult of rugged individualism driving climate disaster? What can older generations learned from teenagers at the decades on the frontlines? Peggy and Jane Have Not Stop Fighting. They are women who dare. Hi You know. We have a lot in common where activists arrested. But why have you decided to be arrested and to be active at this moment in time over Labor Day weekend? I felt great malaise because I drive an electric car and I do away with single use plastics and I make all those right personal lifestyle choices but I knew that they're not going to be able to scale up in time to get us where we need to be is a good place to start but it's no place to stop and so. I read a book by Klein that talked about a green new deal and talked about gratitude and it inspired me to get out of my comfort zone as Greta says we have to do and not behave business as usual as you know better than a lot of people. We have decades many decades more than forty years writing speeches and books and getting the word out about the science. What the science says. And we've marched and we've rallied and we've played nice and it hasn't worked enough and we only have eleven years left and so we have to up the stakes and I think we have to mobilize and go into the streets and put our bodies on the line and engage in civil disobedience and risk getting arrested. I don't WANNA BE ARRESTED. But you know you have to be willing to risk it so I went. I moved to DC for four months to win gaijin fired real Fridays because Fridays is the day that Greta and the student climate strikers have chosen to strike for climate so I want to support them and helpless their message teenagers today were born more than a decade after NASA scientists warned Congress about climate change in nineteen eighty eight. James Hansen told lawmakers at the time that he was ninety nine percent sure that human activity was causing temperatures to rise. Teenagers today have inherited the climate crisis. They have grown up. In a world of apocalyptic headlines and increasingly volatile weather. It's no surprise that they are extremely intelligent educated and now taking to the streets sweetest teenager. Greta Tonsberg inspired a wave of student protests across the world when she skipped school to strike outside of her country's parliament. And so how do you feel that? We really can motivate young people and youth to really be the strong activists that they need because they are going to inherit this climate this globe right now. What I'm feeling is I don't need to motivate them. They're motivating me. They're the ones because they see that we've taken their future not we. The fossil fuel industry has is robbing them of the future and we can't let them shoulder this burden by themselves. So Granny's unite. Older people have to get out there and and we have to stand along side them. This is a collective crisis that's going to require a collective solution that means all of us together because it is a stomach and we know that we can each take the issues that we need. Whether it's changing light bulbs whether it's recycling. We know that we can do all of those things. But we know that it's systemic and that we gotta come together collectively to educate our elected officials and to pressure the policymakers to really pass the kind of legislation that we all need. But we know that we can't do that with the message. Simply reducing carpet or a message. Simple energy efficiency. We've got a really embraced the values that appeal to all of our communities because Oliver Communities are not whole. They're not healthy. We know that millions of people in this country are living with bad air. They don't have clean water and they are disproportionately impacted by pollution and the Environmental Justice Movement has really for the last thirty years were to achieve environmental protection for all communities and we know also that when we talk about climate change and you hear people talk about climate justice. Climate Justice is not just a cool phrase. It's really a term that is focused on the most vulnerable communities. And how we've got to take action to ensure that the most vulnerable are protected because when that happens we're all protected and so we've got agreement deal and we know that that's been an important framework that's been proposed and it's wonderful that she was not prescriptive. Afc and the others who have talked about this framework we know that it has motivated sectors of of our country to get together and fill in the blanks. What they think is a green new deal what they need for their communities and for their lives and that's been a very important motivator. I think in this moment for a long time. There's been this rap that the environmental movement is white and elite. I think even Obama kind of felt that way but my experience is that that is not the case and then in fact people of color who live in the frontline communities have been very much at the forefront of the environmental movement and are the bravest strongest voices. It's a stereotype that people of color don't really care about the environment. Because they're really concerned with with jobs and food and of course we're all concerned with that but what? I've found predominantly above ninety sixth street when we have monthly membership meetings. It's not the more fluent Brown's donors who are coming out on these sites. It's people from public housing. We get so many calls about air pollution coming into their apartments about odors and emissions from trucks cars buses. We have worker training program for under employed young men and we invited them to come to our membership meetings to hear about issues of climate change or toxins in and chemicals cosmetics and they were able to understand the issue they were able for the probably the first time in their lives to talk to an elected official and tell them what they felt in what they needed and so it's about support. People know what they need. They just need some support to be able to advocate and to be able to. Maybe have a place to come and use computer. Have a place to come and ask some key questions. Let me just tell you that the upcoming mayoral public housing tenants are going to be a major factor in who gets elected and we're going to be organizing them and there's coalitions all over the city to ensure that some of the most vulnerable people are the ones who are going to be part of the solution and so I would simply say that the most vulnerable when we address them we lift all boats. It's not about trickle down. It's about lifting everyone up together and that's what creates an equitable and just society.

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Tracy Anderson - Fitness Pioneer

Mom Brain

09:24 min | 1 year ago

Tracy Anderson - Fitness Pioneer

"I'm Tracy Anderson. I created the Tracy Anderson fitness method. And I am a mom of two. You can find me at Tracy Anderson Dot Com and you can follow me at Tracy Anderson method. What is your workout? I mean everybody knows your name and not everybody might know they're like wow this really great workout. And maybe they feel like they don't have access to it or they don't know exactly what it is but they know that tons leverage are obsessed with tons of people are obsessed with it. And what's the? What is the philosophy? How did you develop it? And why is it taken off so much? So kind of you It the philosophy is that I. My mission is to continuously create balance where there's imbalanced in specifically in women's bodies. It does work great for men but all of my studies have been done on women so I don't feel like it's fair to say that I really know what I'm doing with any man quite honestly so I I went to college on a dance. Scholarship and I gained forty pounds at school for dance and My Dad has fought. He's battled obesity is whole life and my mom was a beautiful. Prima Ballerina and my genetics. Just weren't my mom's once I hit you know. Nineteen twenty twenty one and I felt ashamed in a lot of ways like I felt like this is unfair that I have to be. I'm barely five feet tall in a black leotard and pink tights and I'm like gaining weight and instructors are literally looking at me like why the officially in my class right now. And how does she have a scholarship kind of thing because of the way that I looked like I had some teachers like you have so much talent but like just don't have the body and so I felt like that was really unfair? Yeah so I really focused on Choreography. And I was like you know what I'll be behind the scenes all all learn really all of the elements of craigie really strong Sorry what was what was creating the waking though if you're working out all the time it doesn't matter if people work out all the time quite frankly just because you work out all the time does not mean you're going to make weight and come back in a heartbeat for sure and eat bagging heartbeat but also everybody's metabolic rate is completely unique and completely different. How we store fat. How we need fat. How we How stress affects us like there are so many factors that affect our engines as women too. I mean and our right to dress their children whether we want to have them or not like. It's just a human you know it's part of our system and how that system works for each of us is actually shockingly unique and wait has a lot to do with it. And I think that a lot of people when you're genetically predisposed to certain metabolic rate and you try really hard to fight at our becomes something else you can do a lot of damage to your body and your psyche on a lot of levels and so this is why. It's very important for people to know that my is about creating balance where there's imbalance in anyone's unique body. It doesn't mean I am trying to make you into a teeny tiny dancer or into somebody that you're not so it the I think the passion and the spark for me started then because the counselors it at my school. Where like you know you need to eat less and just eat? Sinoe or like you know your roommates. Do Coke every night. Maybe join them. You know like really know and I just you know for whatever reason my mom I I was raised in a way that thank goodness I never had an eating disorder. I it was never an option or a consideration for me and I never did drugs. I wasn't like in me to do it right I do drink though that anyway so I I felt the I felt what it felt like to not be able to get your body to be something else in a healthy way and I. My mom worked three jobs to put me through school and I had an I joined crunch. I I did pilates with Ron Fletcher. And I was like. She was like scraping. Pennies together. Knows a distinct. How pilates is going to help me if I do step aerobics. And this and that an and nothing would change my body to where I mean. Sure like fitness. When you're working out you feel good. A lot of things can happen but and I was a really good performer. Too so a lot of people. I think in fitness because they can't perform really well. They don't get the calorie spend that you would need to actually start burning real fat so the Diet and the workout have to go so so closely intertwined you know anyway so I tried all these things and then I MY SON. Who's twenty one? his dad played for the New York Knicks? And he was like I love your booty. I don't know why you need to be like. Let's have babies and I'm like yeah. Why always wanted to be a mom that was given and coming from Indiana? We've become moms at twenty three. Because that's what I and but actually it was such a gift because Eric you know when you play for the New York Knicks. If you have an injury you get the best treatment and the entire world. So he was sent we. I spent my pregnancy with Salmon Puerto Rico and with this league that he was rehabbing his back with and I met an incredible incredible doctor who was so passionate about sports and he was like Have you seen Concussion with will Smith Gasoline. Okay so the only difference between will Smith's character in that and finding that protection for NFL players was Desai was an avid basketball fan avid. And he was like these guys are going to end up in Lisi boy recliners for the rest of their lives. No one's thinking about their spines. You know there's a better way to train for the to support their spines BUBBA and I was like I was either going to rescue all of the homeless animals in Puerto Rico or I was going to figure out how to help this guy and I went to his little clinic every day and He had done a mind blowing research on the inner spine muscles. And how the brain is connected and how you don't have to to like if you go. After the transitional muscles in a healthy way like and all the strategic muscle exhaustion. And it's miraculous what we can do and it made so much sense to me because I was like well man if we can make ourselves freakishly large like these bodybuilders. Do or or then I went. I dissect it literally every pro sports like speedskaters for the Olympics or runners. Long distance runners. If you look at people at the top of their game their bodies start to look very similar. Because you're calling to action the same kind of muscles and if you've got that willpower behind it you can really do incredible things with your body. So I studied with him this whole time and I started creating the choreography to support his science and I was like this is incredible and I said wait a minute. Why are we stopping at the back? If you can do this for the back why. Why can't we create this kind of balance and symmetry for the whole body? And he's like no one's ever gonNA come up without much content and I was like I fully em and then I. I did a five year. Study on one hundred and fifty women that I went to Indiana University. I was like how do I do a study? How do I didn't know how to do things and I think one of the things that so corrupt about the fitness industry? Today is that people and I hate to even think that I would be part of this problem which is why I stopped training. Celebrities years ago I literally was like I'm not even higher help oversee their programming come to the gym just like every body else not because I don't love them as people or or what they can. The kind of awareness they can bring forward is so great too. It's because it sends a toxic message to everyone out there that you should want to do what they want to do. Because you want to be them instead of wanting to do what's right for your own health and your own body and In the industry now people think if there they can move or they look good and they get a celebrity all of a sudden they have a method. And I'm like you got method. You gotTA fitness met. The how'd you get word that words all that like research research and I know what it took me and how I was just think naturally without without my ego attached to it because I really didn't think I have permission to be doing this. I just wanted to go back to schools like juilliard or whatever and go. Here's a program you can give these girls where they're not stuffing suppositories up their bum at night and bleeding like you know like it's terrible. It's terrible environment and it's really toxic and So I did the five. You're studying throughout the five year study. I had asked one question. My question was can I take any woman from any genetic background and turn them into what a dancer like looks like so I started from a place that didn't end up wanting to I didn't end up there. But that's that was like this is my mission and as did it I realized. Oh My Gosh. Like all of these. Women are in so many different various levels of pain and they're also unique and then I was like well and also they don't all WanNa go dancers and they don't all they just WanNa you know feel good or on this or and also you can. You can put a bunch of people ask them to do a routine and the same thing is not going to happen to all those

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'Grace and Frankie' season 6 is coming to Netflix tonight

Radio From Hell

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

'Grace and Frankie' season 6 is coming to Netflix tonight

"Grace and Frankie season six final season six seasons yeah wow they're short seasons okay of the the Martin short not Martin short Martin Sheen sheen's only funny because Martin short and Martin Sheen partially other Jane Fonda lily Tomlin and is Martin sheen's boyfriend Martin sheen's boyfriend I always forget actor is he's a good actor

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Joaquin Phoenix calls out 'meat and dairy industry' at Jane Fonda's climate protest before arrest

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Joaquin Phoenix calls out 'meat and dairy industry' at Jane Fonda's climate protest before arrest

"Several celebrities joining you Jane Fonda in the rally for climate change yesterday in Washington DC and they got arrested Jane Fonda's fire drill Friday protests drew some new big stars Joaquin Phoenix Martin Sheen Maggie Gyllenhaal and Susan Sarandon all join the star to talk about the meat and dairy industries and climate change Phoenix was even arrested and addressed the crowd before his arrest I think sometimes we wonder what can we do in this in this fight against climate change and there's something that you can do today right now and tomorrow by making a choice about what you consume Fonda has been hosting weekly climate change protests in Washington since October yesterday was her last before she returns to Los

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Protests across the country against war

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Protests across the country against war

"Protests took place across the country Saturday against the prospect of war with Iran that follows the U. S. drone strike that took out the country's most prominent general at the DC demonstration in front of trump hotel Jane Fonda spoke organizer say there were protests in thirty cities including new York's Times Square where Eric Rossi voiced his concerns about escalating tensions murder and assassination cannot lead to any good consequences Susan shall is president of veterans for peace and why see we've seen the death and destruction of war and we say no more war president trump has said we took action to stop award not start one Julie Walker New York

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Sally Field arrested during Jane Fonda's climate protest

Bloomberg Law

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Sally Field arrested during Jane Fonda's climate protest

"Route Sally field is the latest star to join Jane Fonda's weekly climate protests in Washington DC she left yesterday's rainy demonstration in front of the capitol in hand cuffs previous protests to sing actress Diane lane and Ben and Jerry's co founders of Fonda onion

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Jane Fonda puts herself on the line to fight climate change

Scott Sloan

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Jane Fonda puts herself on the line to fight climate change

"Do on consecutive Fridays for the past month plus actress Jane Fonda was arrested while protesting climate change in Washington this is the last possible moment yes free when Xiang Jing course can mean savings she's on the magical scale do you think she's getting the attention she wants sixty three percent of the polar say yes you've got exactly what she wants her calls on the news thirty seven percent say no but since the poll was the first they heard of Jane Fonda's

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"It's fun knocked out a through the door. Who's there? This is Jane Fonda. I'm a volunteer, go away. Or you gotta be kidding? Yeah, open the door and they'll see to me and they invite me in and we sit around all over going on. They're like, yeah, Gandhi, yeah, sure. Your Jane Fonda. Okay. Go way. But sometimes you have great conversations that can really turn people around. Yeah, don't you think that's it? Active is when you think about it's person to person, because right, and that's why I like doing this because we do live in these liberal bubbles. These end claims that don't that don't see the out into what's really going on. And that's what the democratic party's become. Well, what's interesting is they're probably used to the cartoon that the right wing has painted of you since Vietnam, and then they meet the person. We were just saying, we Charlie Sheen was just in for happy hour this week. And you know we Martin's party of course was at Charlie's house. You think of the tabloid cartoon and he's the nicest guy and he's eight months sober. He's obviously struggled with addiction his life. He's been very honest about it the way you've been honest about your life, and I think it helped so many people. Two that are struggling with so many of the same issues, right? We're all human at the end of the day. But, but it's important for people who live here to see people who all their lives. They've, you know, they've had union jobs have had enough money to be able to send their kids to school and own a house, and their parents did do. And then suddenly the unions gone, the factories closed and that who I who am I? What? What is my role in life? That's a terrifying thing to have happened to somebody and they don't, and they look around and nobody's talking to him. Yeah, and I got. I come along and says, you know, I'm for you and I'm gonna help you. He doesn't, but at least he's saying that he sees them. Yeah, and he's not calling them deplorable. And so of course they're going to go for that. But if somebody shows up and listens and really, here's what they have to say and has real solutions. And there are solutions, then you know, then that's what has to happen. We have to talk to these people and we have two more than talk with the list. Then we have to listen and then work together to figure out what to do to really do not just, you know, for one election cycle, but for the long term, they're also obviously you've been out there again on the, you know feminist, you know the front of the feminist movement for so long to me. There was just incredible sexism involved too, in terms of, you know, not just Hillary, but the we're still seeing whether it's Nancy Pelosi now or the metoo movement as a reaction to Trump. Yeah, you know, I think so many women started thinking about what had happened to them given what he said, right and decided to come forward. And the reason that it had traction that it was sticky is because the first woman to come out where white and famous right? Black women have been talking about this for a long time. The most notable of courses, Anita hill, yeah, but what it did and that the the real turning point for me and the me two times up movement was the letter that we got from seven hundred thousand women farmworkers steer sisters saying we, we stand with. With you. We understand we've had to live with this and we realized that if this is going to really mean anything and change women in Hollywood, have to.

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Happens every day. Hi. How are you living legend. You're pretty much of a legend to add. How are you? I'm I'm the dogs came in by the way just in case you missed it. Right. I was like, please don't do not break the American icon. They are. They are giant. Yes, quiet. Nice. Yeah. Yeah. And they moved onto you like a snow front. Exactly. Thank you for doing this. I was saying I was, I loved you more than I already do when I called you because Shawn made a good joke. I said, I sweated so much before I called Jane Fonda, and he said, that's Jane. Fonda is new workout said yes, calling or interviewing Jane Fonda is the new. Party without even moving. I said, I'm not sure how how often it's alright to bother a living legend in you said, oh, both. And I said, oh, she's a potty mouth like me. I love her more. I don't even this. Can you do a seven hour interview? I don't even know where to start. I was telling telling these guys, I told an activist friend of mine, an actress friend of mine and a fitness industry person that I met you, and they all started crying. So, but you're aware of that effect you have on people you are? Well, my my interesting live has has spanned exercise and activism. Yeah, I went to. I went to your six AM class that you taught it. Jane fund is when I was at USC. Yeah, I was making. I used to teach at like five o'clock, and then I'd go to work on nine to five. Oh, I thought I was insane. Yeah. By the way I hear you. So you're doing a sequel online to five where Lilly endowment it is being written. We'll see if it works out. It doesn't always work out. Listen, you people get it together. You people get it together because we need this to have we do. I'm. Oh, we do. We will saying, let me just start here, which part of my show prep on look. Abor work. Well, you've I've, I've seen you in interviews. You have the same reaction to and you've lived through a lot politically and otherwise you have the same reaction. We do to Trump every day that it's just terrifying and you are not only I was saying, Rick. Wilson wrote this book. Everything Trump touches dies. You're like the opposite everything. Jane Fonda touches turns to gold. What multiple Oscar, all all of that. Bestselling fitness tape, ever in the history of whatever you're eighty of another hit TV series. You're on the road registering voters. What? Okay. You need to leave everything to science. Your brain your body, all everything. What how do you what keeps you going? What keeps you at least politically an emergency. I wasn't planning on being so busy. You know, I am eighty and I was thinking, maybe I'd try to write a novel or take up gardening or something. But you know when he was elected, we're we're, this is a major emergency. I never thought I'd be rooting for the FBI. Hey, but when you have the former head of the CIA, you know, John Brennan on Rachel Maddow, you know, kind of looking and saying the flashing red lights are happening. This is an emergency folks as dangerous. Right? What could happen, you know? Yeah, just to be able to avoid whatever he's trying to hide from. He could start a war. What? And when someone like you is martial law? Yeah. Serious. Yeah. Well, when someone like you was alarmed because you're braver the most of us, you've been out here doing this. You know a babies that were just anti Iraq war. You've been out there..

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Guts it's cry williams as iconic jane fonda and lily tom are all us there will be coming out later we have millions of ringing dis coming in for jane fonda an lily tomlin but before we get to that here's what three things i am obsessed with tonight first i understand that the characters jane and lilley played in 95 were fictional i do but i have to imagine that leg judy inviolate my guess of and even carried out some crazy capers in their careers here's what let's find out as we play winds of five i'm going to throw out some situation us i could picture you possibly participating in and if you've ever done that day you don't have to say anything just sip your cocktail okay we have wine in march okay okay never have i ever been a high or drunk at an award show never you have if you drink i don't get it never yes a number of a of are confronted a critic for writing a bad review have you done it no yes okay have a set oh yeah you remember the credit greg yet i drew yeah okay never ever lied to get enacting real never ever ever hooked up with the fan back in the day two i never ever ever pows gas in the middle of the c o yes global a oh my god i love it never have ever gone to see my own movie by myself in a movie theater i love that thank you very much for.

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"jane fonda" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jane fonda" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Similarly on happy said confused two living legends jane fonda and lily tomlin on acting activism and their net flicked show hey guys i'm josh horowitz welcome to another addition of happy second fused joined as always buy another living legend sami her break up or you press play though i'm going to die said and we've got mom there and they ruined know the reason josh thinks he's going to die series because he is a cold cold for like a month i had the flu i had to get the food the season we haven't talked at a wall notified the fl every down luke they're revealing helicopter who is i did think i was going to die for about a day you think that alana this was here i could not move it was hot cold yugra high well it was hard to differentiate the the sweat tears sweat from the tears like did like you know any a sect that you cry no feer internet well i guess we have different ways of coping with illness arm no i've been caught at have been caught by the bulk no one now i am apparently after england care costal over that microphone now this is jane fund is microphone yes of welcome back to the show this week we're back with a vengeance took a week off last week because of wars angeles shenanigans was running around covered the golden globes her mtv critics choice of words because i'm a member now with the broke his film critics association on the critic and so that was a lot of fumbled sally didn't have time to record a podcast but hell we're back with not one but two amazing people jane fonda lily tomlin meat trade.

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