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Episode 67: the Million Mom March-- Continuing it's Legacy 20 Years Later
"So Donna I want to start with you. Can you talk to our listeners? I know you're going to have to be brief about it. But tell our listeners what prompted you to begin the million mom, March, what was the million mom, March you off and can you take us through your journey? Sure. Well, it was August 10th 1999 typical vacation day on Fire Island. I was with my daughters who were four and five years old that summer they had also gone to a JCC day camp in New Jersey and never what I dreamed that suddenly I would be frightened that they would be targets off from a white supremacist on that day a white supremacist storm to JCC Day Camp, Granada Hills, California. He opened fired on Little Campers and fortunately none of the kids dog. But they suffered great injuries, including a sixteen-year-old day camp counselor and my world changed at that moment at the time. I was a part-time publicist for Late Show with David Letterman. I felt like, you know, I have time to do something serious like volunteer to do PR for gun violence prevention organization. And and really the only one I knew of and usually get through to was was called handgun control Inc then but for purpose of this podcast, I'm calling it by its since rebranded name since 2001 the Brady organization, so I called Grady but I filled a volunteers and it was very hard to volunteer at that particular moment because Congress had just a few weeks before failed to close the gun-show loophole that was exposed when Columbine happened. That's how those Shooters got their guns through a loophole. And so there was a lot of discouragement in the basic. I was told but we still tell people who call your cock. Spend and I was embarrassed that I hadn't actually called my congressman at all since becoming a mother and you know, I knew the number by heart because I had worked on Capitol Hill for years right out of college. So I know the importance of making your voice heard and I even understood the importance when like five women would sit out in our reception area five women used to terrify my boss US senator Russell long. He thought five women sitting out and reception area meant five thousand women were right behind them. So I am going to tell you a secret JK I I wrote a book so I had more detail about how the whole minimum March came together and it's a great book. Thank you, but I left out as a little secret and I know I've told a lot of people that you're not the first person I'm talking but I think it's frozen on a broadcast. My goal was never to really get a million moms. My goal was to get five moms in every congressional district in this country but to Orange Is the 2175 person March just in the sounded interesting so because I'm a pure person million mom, March a little more Pizzazz, but I thought okay million. Mom March million is a thousand million as a metaphor, you know for a lot of people and so we launched it on Labor Day when I say we I get all my friends who I'd worked with. I worked at CBS news for several years. I worked in different, you know different places that immediate mavens and they helped me put together, you know logos slogans a press release and we launched on Labor Day. I was actually shocked on how newsworthy they they considered a million mom March and Mother's Day. It was nine months from the day. I applied to the permit on August seventeenth two Mother's Day that made fourteen. We were the headlines wrote them, you know takes nine months to make a baby nine months to make March, you know, maybe you know, we get congressmen to pass laws to protect those
"jcc" Discussed on Judaism Unbound
"Benson and I'm Lex for and today we begin a series looking at a number of organizations that are being created by and for Jews of color, as well as a number of other associated topics. Our guest today Jordan is best known as the hip hop artist Yla. First came to prominence in two thousand, five, being known as an African American Orthodox hip hop artist. You might know two thousand eight album. This is Babylon, and now he is the CO founder CEO and chief product officer of a new enterprise called tribe herald media. It's an organization devoted to creating a space physical space for Jews of color, and also a platform for media content, innovative experiences and products that hoped to introduce the world to the Jewish community. Community and all of its diversity on a grander scale tribe herald media is the first of its kind multicultural digital media platform with Co, working and event spaces, as they say, it intends to be more responsive to the specific needs and aesthetic of modern Jews of color and help unite a global community. We're really excited to learn more about this project and everything. That's led to it, so yes, Jordan welcome to Judaism unbounded so great to have you. Thank you for having me. It's an awesome place to be. Thank you well, I I heard about you. Probably it must have been a decade a decade and a half ago, and I was actually a hill director in those days, and I remember my staff. Being all excited about you know. What at that time was kind of this idea of a black Orthodox hip hop artist and you know that was. Rose to prominence back. Then I'm wondering if you could tell us a little bit about the story of how you became why love and also what you've been doing over the last decade or so. Let's see I started off Ram in when I was in issue in awesome AFDC in Jerusalem, and that started off as just away from me and my study Putnam verse to learn better he and now we use to have happened away to learn Talmud back and forth learn tour back and forth. We turn that and pilot that into after coming back from vote in two thousand. Two thousand one. We turn that into going into an open mic night in tribeca one night randomly just to see if we could fill up fifteen minutes time and we ended up racking the Mike for two hours, and we became resident every Thursday night at that bod orange bear in Tribeca and then from them, it just kind of caught on came out with my. I Mix Dave two thousand and five than my I. I'll acapella album for the period between Passover and the where. Where people don't listen to know instruments, so came I would acapella album would have beat box in two thousand, seven than album in two thousand nine. This is Babylon. My single change win on Youtube Ben Two thousand nine would come out the closet in two thousand twelve with my song focused on the flair would come out with my song famous in twenty thirteen, but since then I've kind of gone away from the studio and just done the occasional performance while I've been concentrating on media. and. Tell us a little bit about your current project. Tribe Herald media because I think it's fascinating what you're trying to create and I think it will open up a lot of avenues conversation. Initially tribe Herald started off as a conversation between myself and managed. The author shapes re shown past guest. Avars will link to his episode. Yeah, he and I. Had A conversation in November around November the first because I had just been celebrating thirty days without alcohol, and we had a conversation that there's no there was no place that Jews of color could go to find out what each other we're doing. If Jay men Jewish multiracial network was having an event and then. Shown the other organization for Jewish, diversity was having an event. No one knew about the two events is only the people in one organization to about one and the other one you about the other, and we said that they needed to be some type of a central repository that all Jews of can go to to find out just what we're doing, and what's going on in the community, and while we were discussing this the Anti Semitic. Semitic attacks started happening in Muncie, and in Jersey City, and and the perpetrators of too many of these attacks where people of color and who gets caught in the middle when there's conflicts between Jewish communities and communities of color is Jews of color. So you had people saying things like I'm totally done with Jewish community now people on House Barat, mode, explanation mode, twenty, four, seven, trying to explain the black point of view to To Non Black Jews, and then you had people who were biracial where the fight going on in their family, where uncle x and Y are fighting over the Thanksgiving table, and this just made us realize that there's a need that all Jews of color. Anita, safe-space to Goto then needs to be a place where we can address our concerns and speak about what we're going through. Are Going through trauma need counseling people who are turning to addiction twelve step programs. Going through issues needs support groups, and so we decided that. Maybe it would be more of a pressing issue to create the first Jewish community center to targeted towards Jews of color. We started working towards that and collecting money, and were in the middle of speaking to a real estate agent, and then corona happen so that kind of put any plan for any type of physical space on the back burner until at least next year, so in the meantime we kind of concentrated on original idea was that there should be someplace. Some type of a media outlet Jews of color to go to to know not only that they're not alone, but that are. Are Vibrant things going on in the community run by Jews of color, and if you WANNA be a part of it, you have to know about it, so we decided to create tribe herald at started off as just a newsletter like we initially thought than to three contributors turned into five ten contributors turned into twenty contributors, twenty, five, thirty, thirty five contributors, and it was like okay to put out. A newsletter is not enough. We need a site. We need a full media company that is targeted towards us and our allies and friends, and that's why tribe herald would come into.
"jcc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Terry gross talks with Jason resin. He was the only American citizen reporting from Iran on a permanent basis when he was arrested in two thousand fourteen accused of being a spy and held in one of Iran's most tourists prisons after two and a half years. He was released. And now he is suing the Iranian government. That's today at two ninety three point nine FM. Donovan I'm Alison Stewart. January twenty seven th international holocaust remembrance day on that day. The Kaplan JCC on the Palisades and ten fly. You'll be production of the play. The soap myth about a holocaust survivor and the role that memories are allowed to play as evidence and recording history on Wednesday January twenty third it'd be formed at banana Sharon on two hundred fifty seven west eightieth street on Monday, January twenty eighth will be performed at center at west park and on Tuesday, the twenty ninth at Suffolk JCC and COMEX we do want to let you know that the following interview will deal with material that might be upsetting for some and for little kids. So myth was written by Jeff Cullen? The title refers to the question of whether the Nazis made soap from the corpses of murdered Jews. And the play follows a young investigative reporter as she interacts with survivor with historians. And even a holocaust denier as she runs smack. The thorny question of when fact and who gets to in fact, right history, the play starts, Ed Asner. Hi, Ed and tells you high Tova high playwright, Jeff. Cohen all are joining us. Hi, Jeff, are you? All right. So the tension of this play revolves around who's to be believed, and what is true. And the question that sparks that tension is this insistence of this man that Ed place Milton who he wants historians to recognize that people say that Nazis made soap from the corpses of murdered Jewish. I believe that's what the planet out, right? Me or is other bumps who are you going to believe? Why did you decide to write about this? It was actually there was a survivor had given me an article in a magazine. That sort of was talking about his crusade about the atrocities soap. I only met him one time. I didn't really know that there was a controversy. But it seemed interesting so I started to do research into it. And as many people know, soap originally was considered a fact of the holocaust, and then at a certain point historians didn't find enough substantiating evidence. And so they reclassified it as a meth. Edgy play Milton Saltzman. Why is he in so insistent, and why is he so persistent with these historians about this? He was a mere youth when he went through it. He. So bizarre. Demise for anybody to see what happens to people that it burned. It's way into his soul into heart and. It's it's the idea of his having experienced it witnessed it affirmed and believed it. And nobody else is as. Fervent as he so we all get frustrated when we saw the building demolish. A plane supposedly caused it. Tova.
"jcc" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Property of the school and where do you think this where do you think this goes because we all know that another shooting is going to happen because we're not taking care of the real issues were not even willing to you know i was talking yesterday about uh you know they'll they'll taken and and send the police for a you know a thirdgrader who is brandishing a second degree lookalike firearm otherwise known as a finger gun and yet we can't have a conversation they'll say that's leading to violence and we can have a conversation about our culture about the violent nature of our culture the violent nature of our movies the the you know of video games that are kids are deeply entrenched in i'm not saying i want to ban any of that or anything else but we can't even have a conversation about it it's all about control over you and the e any way of you defending yourself so where do we go from here because half of the country is dead set on that it seems at will it's going to be hard to go anywhere because again the entire premise of this conversation has become you hate children and you can have a conversation with someone with their screening sheltering house the come then sort of agreement about that is that i think garth things that could be done i mean i've suggested a bunch of things i think would be affected not only the media refusing to show names and faces but i think that david french has proposed don't violence restraining orders which is uh a bunch of uh basically your family members and close friends can go to a court petition to have uh your gun rights temporarily suspended if the court finds you mentally incompetent or danger yourself for others and that seems like a decent idea to me uh there there's been talk about i am a strong advocate a better security in schools i went to a private school uh and actually my private school was nearly targeted by now shooter national broke past our private school targeting is jewish school targeting jewish school he's other armed guards uh or at least he thought they were armed and he just kept driving he drove over the west valley jcc in shot that place up instead that's because our school had heart security barriers it has a number of security guards remember of.
"jcc" Discussed on WGTK
"They work the dinner at willing field hockey team to play uh on on saturday and that's gonna actually be an hour after already of shelf so we wanna wear sat there and see that denver defeated stay effort so they're coming in with a little bit of notoriety women's softball is look what softball i should say is underway uh the cards uh spent little time down orlando florida where they won form one they actually start the a big challenge today about uh on that seven or eight leonard someone were talking right now i did we play in the northwestern in there that also allow state ohio state the it's the beasted they are a uh they've been run ruling everybody so cards may have their work cut out for a little bit of that and they're they're playing down on raleigh and i i'm not sure what the north carolina temperature is today but if fifth anything like we're experiencing uh well if you get one style solid that bad soon the stigma will their own rules we want to little that of course jcc swimming and diving championships ugo in all the only greensboro right now and other card for second after date cleveland opponent preliminary reasons that's so i don't know if they can catch for junior law virginia who's got a pretty substantial lee but to hey if they can hold on the set them they wouldn't be a nice little an accomplishment for for rural those howard's car more since warmers he's got a thinner and campus absolutely and i thank you for all of those updates and all our listeners can find those updates every day on cardinal couple dot com or you can follow me on twitter carnal couple and while.
"jcc" Discussed on KKAT
"School very well and what i saw this going down i just couldn't believe it when you see these folks on the news eight this is the last place you could ever imagine something like this happening believe me folks are right but it just the last place look look my son ends order event cable went to the jcc in boca raton it's a beautiful sprawling campus right off the stage wrote in boca and i will tell you that years ago when we live there my son was a little boy there were many days ahead to pick him up because of bomb threats but of course that is a jewish school the jcc in that happens all over the country so that was a little alarming obviously but the the high school which is about five miles away for my son went to school the jcc for that to happen there you could i'm telling you folks you would never think in a billion years but here's where we are we can no longer say any place anywhere i can't see this happening because at you know me to pick up my son yesterday at school here in new york city and i do it every single day three thirty a pick them up and i don't really think about my surroundings where i am i showed up your studied three fifteen and believe me i feel very safe the school does a great job in a model that murray but i will tell you that yesterday took an extra look atop the blog look down the block looked at the front door hey if i had a gun un how easy could get in is there a guy by the door in all of a sudden the thais fought bright and also doing things are not supposed to do like kids aren't supposed to die baganda but even as a peric i'm not supposed to be looking around wondering if in fact might nine year old son is going to be safe so listen i know i'm is doesn't do this often but i'm going to do it today what open the phones for one segment because this is about the time has tumbled morning but moms and dads taking their kids to school maybe you've got them off already and i'm wondering if in fact based on wednesday's events who don't when i did just yesterday so the number is one eight seven seven nine five all this which translates to eight seven seven nine five zero 46 eighty seven eight seven seven nine five.
"jcc" Discussed on KKAT
"Saw this going down i just couldn't believe it when you see these folks on the news this is the last place you could ever imagine something like this happening believe me folks are right but it's just the last place i look my son and daughter event gabo what to the jcc in boca raton it's a beautiful sprawling campus right off the stage road in boca and i will tell you that years ago when we look them my son was a little boy there were many days ahead to pick him up because of bomb threats but of course that is a jewish school the jcc in that happens all over the country so that was a little alarming obviously but the the high school which is about five miles away for my son went to school the jcc for that to happen there you could i'm telling you folks you would never think in a billion years but here's where we are we can no longer say any place anywhere i can't see this happening because at don't me to pick a my son yesterday at school here in new york city and i do it every single day three 38 pick them up and i always think about my surroundings where i am i is 33 fifteen and believe me i feel very safe the school does a great job in a little that bari but i will tell you that yesterday took an extra look looked off the block look down the block looked at the front door hey if i had a gun un how easy could get in is there a guide by the door in all of a sudden the thais fun bright and and also doing things i'm not supposed to do like kids on supposed to die we gotta but even as a peric i'm not supposed to be looking around wondering if in fact might nine year old son is going to be safe so listen i don't i miss doesn't do this often but i'm going to do it today what opened the phones for one segment because this is about the time this tumble morning one moms and dads of taking their kids to school maybe you've got them off already and i'm wondering if in fact based on wednesday's event you don't when i did just yesterday so the number is one eight seven seven nine five all i miss which translates to eight seven seven nine five zero 46 eighty seven eight seven seven.
"jcc" Discussed on Today's KCCR
"Jcc and two no whoa ann dowd my way the in wheat then costa's smell yes oh no the band the these days up no way some of the day may be eaten as a man in japan the in the pain marie hey so marie ray again.
"jcc" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington on korver coleman a us appeals court judge who has been accused of sexual harassment says he is stepping down from the bench in a statement released through his attorney judge alex kozinski of the 9th us circuit court of appeals says he's making the decision to retire immediately senator john mccain has returned home arizona as he continues to recover from side effects related to treatment for brain cancer as stena's see reports from member station k jcc in phoenix the eighty one year old republican will not be in washington this week to vote on a major tax bill led by his party a statement issued by one of mccain's doctors at walter reed medical center in washington dc says the santer has responded well to treatment for a viral infection in continues to improve the statement goes on to say that mccain's cancer and aggressive form called globe bus doma is also responding well to ongoing therapy mccain's office says he will undergo physical therapy and rehabilitation at mayo clinic in arizona netti looks forward to returning to washington in january republicans hold a slim fifty two to forty eight majority in the senate and cannot lose more than two votes in order to pass the tax bill from here news i'm stena sieg in phoenix passengers are still experiencing delays at atlanta's international airport after a sudden power outage grounded more than a thousand flights yesterday and bears windsor johnston reports it might take days for airline operations to get back to normal a fire in an underground electrical facility brought the airport to as standstill on sunday afternoon stranding thousands of passengers just days before the christmas travel rush aviation consultant and former american airlines executive robert man says electrical reinforcements should have been in place.
"jcc" Discussed on Here & Now
"Lead you are still more miss you pilot jazz stillborn because i was present you body would make you happy are you on the jazz absorbed women who must toward the chill motion to that was the most civilised your pa the jazz set your best you would love now rap has long been criticized for misogyny in in this song jcc addressing his own passed without saying i apologise tell us more about the song it's basically a open love letter an apology letter to beyond say as lotta people know hip fans know beyond say and jay z and beyonce exists this launch had altercation in an elevator which prompted ambiance he to create the lemonade album um which was amazing as well so this was jays ease response to the whole incident um that happen in i think personally i think it was jcc most personal and deepest song it's basically jay z uh talking about being a man being in a relationship and more importantly be in a father and what was so powerful about not just the song but is some of his other songs that earned him eight nominations this year i just think that the album proved that even be sean you know being forty forty five now jay z is able to translate as bring a a more mature a hip hop to the audience and it definitely separates itself i think also with the topics about like the story of oj um jay z talking about investing in and property and i think that's something that we haven't heard from a rapper him before now jay z is going to be up against kendrick lamar for best song not surprising there his song humble is off his fourth studio album dan here it is i'm so sick and tired doug the photoshop shown.
"jcc" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"The now the kids those club the jcc is whoever you're getting something of value now they can put a value on that christmas tree but they you know and say at the twenty by ballard train at you if you want to go out there and get fifty dollars then maybe half of that was a tax deductible donation it in the animal world it's it's very similar you may charge a theme for example in adoption be if you're if you're a rescue it you charge at the in its required that's okay nonprofits can charge fees for some out some services and so forth but if you want it to be taxdeductible it has to be voluntary where you will allow that dog to be adopted or that cat whatever the animals with out if the if um if that's so desired so it's a good thing for folks to know when they're studying those these they can tell people that the cost jobs crossed during an an animal limit cost of that nary services an added all up and say you know that's of two hundred fifty dollars we could into this year and as long as you asking for a donation but not requiring it that can be tax deductible for the person adopting the animal that's a really good point because a lot of people balk at uh suggested joe nations before adoption they're like oh my god how can it be four hundred dollars to adopted a but then when they realize that you know the rescue as likely put in at least a couple of times more than that into getting the animal healthy it's a much better option it's been lots of nonprofits communication way you'd have to let you who now when so of your budget so um what it costs and then people i think we're a little more willing to to pay what it costs and help yelp you talked a little bit about the taxes in the nonprofit status what a bow locally where you leave live the legal laws like will my neighbor get pissed off that i said we have a dozen bags ray any unauthorised they that my my little niche him in the legal world is is a tiny little section of the.
"jcc" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"And so i pay the neiland and then um and then my my goal was to have the sealant painted before all the afternoon games came out not eleven o'clock it was michigan state in ohio state and hey that within a game no we had it on in the background house that was mad yeah good gracious and so we painted the land and then um uh one of a one of jcc friends is actually in the hospital a good friend him rally marks the though i s a high school football game and it was a couple of broken ribs with any started having issues with his spleen and so they had to get him to the hospital so we break go see him for a little bit come back and he's doing better in seems to be you know headed back home here shortly but we drop radic kickoff of the 230 central caught central game it which was uh all born in georgia in a game that was so we shut down the painting got the salem dine lien yesterday afternoon it shows the walls of the kitchen and so night john i guess around 5 o'clock a four four o'clock so the kitchen's done the boy it was it was i was a mess let me just tell you i mean we got it done is just you just it's just a just a painstaking while rally is slow just a slow process on him look at it vein but had guess what look at me joma sappi were yeah and she got her kitchen painted and gets to your man inner cabinet us right all i asked her if she wanted a pain in obama's but she said now you you don't have to so i just i did a sleeveless shirts deal hired hi i'm here to thank the kitchen nominee and by 30 why we got that di knocked out happy football on in the background john's over jc france were over get during alabama mississippi state gaming finally came.
"jcc" Discussed on Advice from Mom
"Advice from rome would like to thank the arts and ideas lecture series of the jcc san francisco for their support buddhu mood was in the uh the night is it the san francisco alexa sooner is gone for the coming up on november seven the jcc esaf hosts eat drink and be literary featuring the book leave me along with the recipes and illustrator wendy mcnaughton i wasn't he added right for mom that's right talking months of all wendy was on episode seven to even if you don't live by the bay the talks '09 within at kabul pay the top smitten kitchen already sawalha out in brunei brown probably will soon bode moons ubyat shooting today do not delay the small room please visit jcc s f dot org for more information advice for mom is it production of wise ones advice services is produced by juliette highly and me rebecca garza boardman editing by juliet highly mixing in mastering by jake young publicity by jane riccobono audio systems by brand garza our theme music is by my ban loved jerks i will be playing shows around the bay area this fall to see me and brian play live check out our show dates had love jerks dot com.
"jcc" Discussed on KELO
"Jcc is that they do and for the public it's all free and it really motors has been a pretty big order than him knowing roles in huge supporter bureau pretty well known with the rounds through so that's something this kind of a special view what am i know uh any other people you wanna think for the things that you do his supporters grant niemann rip you want that's one of them anyway that i'm thinking well first and foremost resolve on here's without the volunteers we would be scion of we we'd be in big trouble what would you get a dump truck will the plan parts cape santa or won't anyway brandon and scott if somebody with which the age that you can join the chief sees you gotta be 18 to join and i think they call it being richard out and a certain age yep i believe that ages forty now okay that's when he won't take it all it takes guy you there are here and passed by the threat not volunteers as fun what he's both during the real chamber of commerce in writes that the hall trek but you know well teaching leadership skills because you take a project like before the july or two hundred house where the sandbox and he put it together in and organizers that's pretty much like a business would be absolutely it is you have to basically presenter business brand chapter for each product iran and it's up to the chapter to approve or deny the budget in the business plan anything new under joined board for anything new ideas pass away.
"jcc" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Yes farias the captain never did that two bombs in a game postseason game first inning shot may thirty eight thousand fans it progressive field sit on their hands that bomb in the third give the yankees all the room that they would need and not satisfied to simply let his bat do the talking dd the life some ladder and turn to unassisted stopping out cleveland's fifth inning rally after the tribe jcc is about the and had the yankees on the ropes and the ooon who routed doubleplay border short didi step thump second choir if the perth in time donald why quite quite dating nova that's door running penny can't really run did he had a touch second twisted his body and that great army fired up pulitzer first how huge has this guy been in the post especially when you consider that the yankees have got nothing out of aaron judge or gary sanchez and technically while he's hitting only 235 nobody has swung it with more authority when it matter the most death threerun shot in a wildcard game that answered minnesota's faststart all the put that dagger and that's wins and then the two bombs the chase kleuver last night pretty much the only solid contact that the indian ace gave up but that was enough look i know it's blasphemy to compare anybody to darrow cheater anybody to jitter who played shortstop and one world championships for two decades in new york and did it will class before taking his ipads and that industrial size to pure rail tank the south beach but the guy came into the.
"jcc" Discussed on Today's KCCR
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"jcc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rising into jcc how do you expect that play here business the business we all its it's five years of four years to do so we in my business of the twenty years living in the middle east and seen the days in the night than the summer than the one toes these things do happen but our focus is there our growth story i think is is strong because the basis just such a it's amazing city which is seen in the some through the region that growth is feeding every single scorn this going well all these things come and go we've been here we come and go but we need to focus on we want to execute but at the same time you know the good news is that you know we we see the market reaction to the so i think and what's next sounds like you're going to be very busy up until november potentially an after that what's next on the pipeline does it said the we we in this region in general lino hold a state businesses still developing business so we're growing egypt with growing saudi arabia we're grow in here we just it over in the operation that's massive before us because we live at the very interesting point in time in history that businesses this just moving up in in in growth and development infrastructure the whole region so we're really sting really will we just have to focus in doing things right we need to build looney to watch quality we need to watch delivery when he to watch how to hire people and we have to stitch targets but we have to take care of our customer would one thing i know about our people is that would just so passionate about this business have that's why we because we really unloved love but we do with twelve watch or cost would push people award people we make mistakes as well and we we learn from them so we developed to do that was a maher properties chairman and founder mohammed alabbar isa.
"jcc" Discussed on Latino USA
"After two seeing each other through screens on with us and jessica finally got to hang out in the same room in by then they worrying love of i i believe for every bears on every month he have one heart for one more month ally seems jessica is my hat they started planning a live together and even talked about jessica moving to damascus were almantas was studying economics and she could go to college for free but then discuss student visa expired and at the same time the situation in syria got worse so jessica had no choice but to go home i feel so sat next bachar because when you love one parents person the most important is that you want to stay together with this person and and you feel without power jessica felt powerless because the possibility of seeing all matters again looked dimmer every day at the same time the government about shudder last said restricted all men between the ages of eighteen and forty two from leaving syria in an attempt to replenish his troops on with us was 24 the prime age to be recruited by the syrian army in dots when the phone calls began pressuring him to join but the problem in my country when you don't go to army zack government in my country kill you farm mealy i take that decision was my father for i go out from syria i'd always years he i can go to colombia jcc tell me years this is the most wonderful decision you dig and start my adventure escaping is never easy especially during the war on what has basically how to pay his way out by bribing assads forces who any point could turn him in and kill him for being a traitor.