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"jemima" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

Behind the bottom line

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"jemima" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

"Doesn't sound bush. just everything's going so well. this is james. Cook shield the creation of the podcast behind the bottom and the writer of season. Five story double trouble. This is episode nine. And that's just recap what's happened. So far tim nick and wander and now in london filming zaiwa motors commercial with lady louis. So far things have been going well but you mind madison. The boss's daughter isn't stupid and she starting to ask a lot of questions. Make sure you listen to the end of this episode. When i will tell you a little bit about episode ten which is coming out next week and will be the final episode of season five of behind the bottom line. So lights camera action. And let's join lady. Lois as she makes her acting debut chapter. Seventeen jemima finds out. Timothy wanted from group to group at the buffet feeding pleased he had enjoyed his offerings work with lady. Lois and he was proud of how cooperative she'd been. Yes one of the seat belts in the spat. Ceo now needed to be replaced. But all in all she had been very well behaved. The director was most enthusiastic tin. That goat is just a star in front of the camera. We need to talk about another film project. Time involved with about a goat in australian alps during the second world war. Tom cruise is really interested. In producing maybe starring timothy found this very pleasant to hear you had a couple of drinks and eight hundred zero two when he found jemima on her own looking thoughtful. He was feeling very relaxed. Well that was a good day. Wasn't it. He said to her happily. I think that was a very clever idea of my brother of mine. Yes perhaps she replied timothy. I was wondering two of you so similar when you were at school. Did you ever change places by any chance as a joke. Perhaps well once. We had his french teacher and she timothy told a long story about their childhood finishing his third glass at the same time. I see very funny. She paused for moment by the way she suddenly asked to. Have that book by dr seuss with you. I want to show nicholas something. No i'm sorry. I left it at next flat but he can timothy stopped. Oh no he said you know. Don't you look. I can explain everything. Isn't that what meant always say she's not. I must have read a dozen novels with that stupid line in it. Just get me. Oh brother now. Timothy hurried away to look for nick but found only wonder standing talking to a polish electrician. Who worked for the film crew. One didn't know when nick was either. He helped me milk lately. Lois but then he saw his boss come in and went over to talk to him and the director. Maybe they went back into the studio to look at the filming. We did today. Timothy looked into the studio but could see nobody so. He hurried back to jemima he discovered. Nick jemima talking quietly to each other by the dessert table. No jemima i'm sorry but it's over. I realized that when you broke up with me last week you deserve someone better than me. I can't be the boyfriend you want. So there's nobody else in australia. Have faced was quite quite apart from two spots of cutter just under is or maybe that is like one little goat girl who couldn't stop looking at all day and think i didn't notice now jemima said timothy as judith. Soukous says stay out of this timothy. This has nothing to do with you. Said jemima louder than before jemima said nick. Let's not have a fight like this. Everybody's watching us. This wasn't actually true because at that my went wonder the film director and louis madison came into the room. Mid louis holding onto lady lewis's his color. We can't leave the star of the show in a whole spokes shouted louis across the room cheerfully. Can anybody get me a carrot for her. There was a cheer from the crowd. And everybody surrounded. Lady lois except timothy jemima and nick timothy tried to continue. Please jemima just listen a moment you see in chapter. Four of dr seuss's book. She explains how i hate you. Nicholas continue jemima. Even louder ignoring timothy in the heads turned in her direction. Your thoughts selfish the something going on between you and the girl. I'm not going to discuss this here. Jemima i'll speak to you tomorrow. Said nick and he turned and began to walk away. Jemima was about to follow but timothy helter on now. Calm down jemima said timothy. I know you're upset. But i think the two of you should talk this through when you've had some time to reflect as i wanted to say earlier in chapter. Four judah soukous. Will you please shut up about judas. Focusing screen jemima as she finally lost her temper and swung her handbag with all her strength into timothy's face for the second time that week timothy oldrich took a blow that was really bent for his brother for the second time he flew backwards and landed in the desert on the table behind him. But this time revenge came quickly lady. Lois sold the attack on her timothy and charged jemima too late. Jemima realize the danger she was in. She turned to run but lady. Lois crashed into her at a second later. Jemima was lying next to timothy on the floor. Naked one quote the furious goat and dragged her away to the whole book. What's going on here. Also louis c. Hurry jehovah unfound him. Sitting in a pool of tirumala sue timothy with blood down his shirt and jemima crying hysterically. He knelt down next to his daughter and put on around her shoulders. What happened princess. He asked wiping chocolate cream and tears of her face with his handkerchief. What's going on brother. Change places daddy. Soft jemima.

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"jemima" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

Behind the bottom line

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"jemima" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

"My Surprised of course. She does nicholas. You came here to discuss commercial with her boyfriend of hers. Then leong the son of this. I will chairman right. Yes of course. Is there a back exit to the restaurant. You think tempe city. Why don't you try the three step technique if she gets pleasant wh ont daddy that moment tenure got up to go to the ladies room and as she walked across the restaurant with the eye of every man following her she noticed timothy and jemima trying to look very small in the corner and she changed her direction. Timothy stood up she approached. She had a look in that. Timothy had seen once with lady lois when he took away some carrots from her before she had finished them. That had been a very unpleasant scene. Why tanya what an i surprise he said seeing you here again nicole sganga. Why are you not giving me inflammation said tanya in a strong russian accent i want to know what is happening with his car commercial. Yes yes. I quite understand tanya but we have a slight problem at the moment who is thinking again. What kind of tv commercial they want and well. There is a little bit of a problem with your personal situation. My pastoral situation. What do you mean. Tanya seemed surprised until she saw timothy looking towards her companion. Then she understood. How dare you she has. What does my private life have to do with making a commercial. It should be a professional decision. Not because of a stupid argument with that stupid boy. It was time to try. Dr seuss tanna. Timothy said i can see you're upset but i don't think this is the right venue. If you want to speak to me tomorrow give me a coal. Tanya looked at him in amazement. Call you again. I think you've wasted enough of my time. idiot man. She turned to look at her companion. Who held up his hand as if trying to pacify her and then just went. Timothy hoped. dr seuss succeeded again. Tanna suddenly swung the big bags. She had a hand straight into his face. Timothy fell backwards onto the dessert table and for the next few minutes. He was only aware of shouts a all around him. When he was finally sitting down on his chair again he found tanya and crown prince had gone jemima was putting ice wrapped in a napkin on his nose and there was blood down his front and tirumala sue down his back. Babe babe said jemima. I all right talk to me babe. It was a little time before timothy could speak. He decided he had had enough of trying to be his brother for one day. He said go to go to bed. Could you order be taxing. Meanwhile on oldrich farm group around the kitchen table had reduced itself to to so. When i finished my studies i will start my own business with organic foods in poland. Said wonder but you know. Organic food is not yet very popular in poland. Maybe in three to five years perhaps but oh one to start with gwyneth. She went to bed about half an hour ago. On said nick he found he wanted to find out more about one. But don't worry. I'll help it tomorrow morning with milking so tell me about your family. How old you brothers. And what do they do is twenty two continued one and he wants to become a so there. We are poor. Jemima well. I hope you enjoyed the story. And now you should know the very best techniques for seducing somebody and. I hope that you use superpower that i've just given you only for good today. I have a very shocking announcement this week. There were no new reviews posted to my website. Www dot behind the bottom line dot com. This is very hurtful people. I can see that you're listening to the story. Don't you want to say something about it now. Don't be shy. There are still four copies of double trouble left. Which i would love to send to you. You just need to write a review for it. So writer review post it to my website in the lever review section. And then just send me a personal message with your address and i will send you your very own signed copy. Which as i get todd. Repeating is going to be worth thousands of years in a couple of years time. When hollywood makes the film double trouble might actually have to start thinking about who we should have in the main roles. You can put that in the review. If you like a sense of suggestions next week's episode is cold cheesemakers. And we'll see what happens when tim visits cheese shop in london and back on the farm nick and wonder gets trapped in a cheese seller. So until then take and combine..

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"jemima" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

Behind the bottom line

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"jemima" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

"Chapter ten telling tanya timothy immediately noticed a change in the atmosphere but did not i understand why a troll well dressed middle aged man entered the room followed by a very thin woman walking on very high heels wearing a very small black dress which hardly covered a top and nothing of a very long legs have blonde hair was piled up high on top of the head and neck and fingers glittered with diamonds. Not only the head waiter but also the owner of constanza foster around her and her companion sat down and brought him drinks. Timothy turned his attention back to jemima and continued his conversation about the phone. Well this coat of my of my brothers. I mean israeli extrordinary. She's the leader of the herd and anytime cuss. It's tanya michigan rich history. Jemima look who she's with that's crown prince shamin of carr's pakistan. They must have gone public. It'll be all the newspapers and magazines tomorrow. Looks like he's given her most of carr's pakistan's crown jewels already going to say to her loss. Jemima about the diamonds. Well as a socialist. I think they belong to the people but thought diamonds what you can to say to her about the siro tv commercial. Her assistant telephoned office three times today. You in meetings. The whole time whispered jemima if talia sees you. She'll ask you what's happening. You'll have to tell her. The commercial is cancelled. Does she know what. Look like timothy.

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"jemima" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

Behind the bottom line

08:12 min | 3 months ago

"jemima" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

"Dating jemima the bbc news reports on the radio that monday evening when not encouraging for the aldridge brothers on either side of the country rescue workers are still having difficulties clearing roads and reconnecting power and telephone lines to large areas of the south west of england. Efforts are being concentrated on villages still under flood water. There are reports from bittered. That three teenagers nearly died when the boat was hit and sunk by a tree. Local farmers believe that more than one hundred cows and sheep have drowned and this estimate is likely to rise. The prime minister visited the area up to this morning and has promised that if necessary navy units will be used to support rescue efforts the brothers trying to each other but found that the bbc had been correct in their report. The telephone system really was not working. Nick wanted to know if he's still had a job but timothy had a far more serious problem how to deal with jemima madison at dinner in la constanza. That evening. the problem was he didn't know what kind of relationship nick and jemima hat from what jemima had said. Nick should be brokenhearted that it was over but nick hadn't seen taught broken win timothy so him on the femme he hadn't said anything about jemima's who'll so should or shouldn't timothy encouraged jemima to think romantically about nick of course because jemima was the daughter of nick's boss it made everything even more difficult. Timothy looked through knicks wardrobe to find a tie to match knicks shirt. He wished he could speak to greenwich to ask for some advice. But perhaps it was a bit strange to ask your wife for advice about going out with your brother's girlfriend. So how do office romances walk in. London said greenwich to nick as the three of them sat around the table after supper. She opened her notebook and took the lead of her pen. Wonder pulled them all something more to drink than both women sat looking at him with interest. This is feel new book. Is it off nick. Feeling uncomfortable and scratching the back of his neck. Yes i'm calling it software of the heart and it will be about a secretary who's boss computer genius and owns his own company for a long time. He doesn't realize how important she is to him but finally she saved the company from bankruptcy. He her and they all live happily ever after bankruptcy. Ost wonder what is it. No money left in the bank. So the company can't pay its bills explained greenwich. I see said nick Sounds like a perfectly normal week in the average office well festival. You can't call her a secretary anymore. She'd be called a team assistant or administrator. I really don't know why because it's the same walk. Gwyneth made some changes in her notebook. Why didn't you give a typical example of dating from your own love life. She said if you have one she wonder giggled. Make ignore them and thought for a moment. Well i know straight away. If i find somebody attractive of course but i like to work with a woman for a while before i ask her out on a date that way i can see. She's intelligent and hopefully funny Before i spend a whole evening with her and two women ask men out oft wonder yes of cough. in fact nixed he really didn't start discussing jemima. So what sort of place do you like to go to for. A date then continued. Wander playing with a piece of her half while. My favorite place is constanza sydney. Unfortunately it's expensive but the food is fantastic and you get a lot of famous people going there. So it's great for a first date. Back in london as jemima and timothy walked into constanza. The head waiter. Welcome enthusiastically Senior nick senior in madison. A wonderful to see you again. Your table is ready. I'll bring your favorite about a. Tc apple prosecutor bob. Any he quickly brought them the pink. Fizzy drinks timothy had never tried it before was not the sort of thing you ordered in the local pub in taught bridge. He took a small taste not bad. He thought he wondered if it was the sort of thing. Local supermarket in devon would have seemed unlikely. I see you're wearing the tight got you. When we reinvent together said jemima how sweet venice sought timothy. This relationship must be pretty serious then. Nick continued as wonder angriness listened so we would have a drink and at first we talk about the office to break the ice. Nick took a spoonful of the fresh goat's cheese in april pudding. That one had made this afternoon and then very important i- complimentary about something gwyneth made some more notes. Jemima look through the menu. I thought it was brilliant. How you got daddy to listen to our new proposals for the spazio advertising campaign. She said after moment. How did you persuade him so quickly. Oh i use that three step technique in that book you gave you gave me. It really was. It does doesn't it. Will i think humanity everything terribly well. Timothy scratched the back of his neck. This puddings delicious. Wonder really really good said nick. One does face went pink anyway. Then i try to move the conversation on to more personal areas. He continued things outside work. Try to get to talk about our interests. See if we have anything in common. So if i was talking to you wonder i'd ask you about poland and tell you about the time i went to cracow you went to kharkov said wanda eagerly. When was that you see said nick easy. Isn't it so the conversation continues and you end up getting married and living happily ever after like in software of the hot as long as nothing goes wrong. of course. jemima put down menu and look at timothy carefully. You know nicholas. I think the visit to the country. Did you good. You look healthier somehow. Is it very beautiful down there. Oh yes said timothy. The of course with the floods at the moment a bit difficult. I didn't how badly affected the farm is paul. You said jemima. She put her hand on top of his. And pressed it. Sympathetically you.

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"jemima" Discussed on The AIB Show

The AIB Show

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"jemima" Discussed on The AIB Show

"Actually redo back my your syrup. That's not syrup. What is chemical it's crap. What is it eat better. You don't know what it is. No high fructose high-fructose corn syrup. Plus its own crap. Now you put in minnesota. I can't remember not. Europe like maple from a tree. I don't even love maple syrup but either way. The point is i've eaten uncle ben's and i've eaten aunt jemima products and i've never so again never gave it any thought you know but it's funny to me when i see this stuff and i was like i just never understood why it would be something that people would would would would Why why did you put in slave likable on a bottle. Like i didn't understand why that was situation and it was actually post post lever though but yes and same jim crow era. Yeah it's like it's corn syrup high. Fructose corn syrup. I'm not gonna lie to you. So unlike dom lose gum sorbic give you any of those in a shot glass and say hey took a shot at this. Would you know you call it. You call it ngoma waffles. Yeah i'm all about that. Lay individually those things. You never would don't. Even they are individuals. Have you even seen them. Individuals by guarantee you if i if i came to you and said. Hey here's some sodium heck some mata fast fade. I'm all about right now. Take a shot but no okay but again my point is it's how do we put in our food. Why did we put our betty because it's because it preserves it hold up man. Member member was ben's way proxy was What was this stuff. There's no there was there. Was this one thing. That was like a preserving agent in like every jamaican thing possible. And i want to say no. It's not it doesn't really matter. My point is there's all these things that every bottle of everything that look at the one thing i do look at it. Sugar literally the ones and sodium sugar and sodium and sugar meaning attitude or otherwise right and to our point of companies in a couple of weeks ago. Whatever like i will eat jemima. I won't do sugar-free though. Because that's some fake that some splendor. Stephen tastes really bad taste. Hell no. I'm on do the splendor. But i'll do the sodium benzoate sobek acid fructose corn syrup. I mean what's use fan like thirty dollars on a bottle of maple syrup now at whole foods or whatever not thirty dollars. It's definitely more than the one more than it. Is you know that. I'm not saying that every day but i'm just saying do even eat waffles in. I'm not much of a waffle person. Do you make typically what i do if i have officer or pancakes put like peanut butter.

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"jemima" Discussed on The AIB Show

The AIB Show

04:40 min | 8 months ago

"jemima" Discussed on The AIB Show

"And we're going and three to one. Take twelve is operatives. Jay say through cub boom. Welcome back. this is episode fourteen. Sure is it. Yes oh all right of the thirty myself Yeah so it's episode fourteen. Apparently the show. Welcome back her body. This is this is dominic. if you've been writing with us thank you very much. So why don't we do this. Let's have a call to action right now. Okay but he's catch me off guard here okay whilst yes whilst you listen consider rating and reviewing the show if you listen to apple podcast right and if you haven't liked us on facebook fodder an instagram. Go do that now. Take thirty seconds. Do it all privacy lesson that actually yes. Yes takes five seconds. Yeah would thank you. Were waiting at.

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Aunt Jemima Has a New Name

Business Wars Daily

01:25 min | 8 months ago

Aunt Jemima Has a New Name

"Oh what a difference. A year makes in the breakfast food. I'll at least and jemima brand of pancakes and serbs has a new name as we previously reported pepsico announced that it was overhauling the breakfast brands name and imagery which was under intense. Fire for being racially insensitive. The new brand will be called the pearl milling company. The products still look a lot like they always have. The company kept the packaging design with its signature bright red and mouth-watering images of pancakes drenched in butter and syrup but the image of a smiling black woman is gone and so is the name. The name is the original moniker of the missouri company that i developed the self rising pancake. Mix the company patented the product under the aunt. Jemima name you'll start seeing the new packaging on store shelves in june. You'll recall last summer. When the black lives matter movement shined a spotlight on inequality in brands were forced to do some self examination during that time. Many companies that were using racially insensitive or racist imagery vowed to make changes. During that time. Conagra brands switch manufacturers. The mrs butterworth's brand of syrups and pancake mixes issued a statement that it was undertaking. A complete brand review of its mrs butterworth's lines but unlike its competitor the company stopped short of saying it would drop the name and image critic said that the syrup bottle shaped like a matronly woman was also based on a racial stereotype. But there is no word yet on agra brands plans for mrs butterworth or the state of the review process.

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Mary Wilson, a founding member of "The Supremes," has died

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

Mary Wilson, a founding member of "The Supremes," has died

"Mary. Wilson founding member of the supremes up passed away at age. Seventy six passing away. Suddenly monday evening at her home in henderson nevada. No cause of death was immediately

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Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company

"Oats is indeed releasing a new name and logo for. Its angie mine and jemima products. We knew we knew. That was coming retiring stereotype. That is adorned. It's pancake mix and syrup support decades the name and jemima long criticized as racist caricature of a black woman stemming from slavery. Well they've finally made the call. It will be replaced with the pearl milling company name and logo on the former brand's new packaging according to parent company pepsico. I wonder if you can find the old end. Jemima packaging for example on ebay. I wonder what that selling for these days. Pepsico spokesperson said. We're starting a new day with pearl millet company new day rooted in the brand's historic beginnings and its mission to create moments. That matter at the breakfast

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Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company

Glenn Beck

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company

"A new name and logo for its Aunt Jemima products. Pepsico, which owns the brand, said this week that all Aunt Jemima products will be replaced with the Pearl milling company name and logo They products. New packaging will have a red, white and yellow color scheme with the photo of Aunt Jemima being replaced. By 1/19 Century Watermill. This comes as the brand has been seen as a racist caricature of a black woman stemming from slavery. The new packaging is scheduled to launch in June. I Mark

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Lawyer Gets Stuck With Cat Filter During Virtual Court Case

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:13 min | 8 months ago

Lawyer Gets Stuck With Cat Filter During Virtual Court Case

"Flos and order. Texas lawyer was turned into a ca- turney by a pesky zoom filter during a virtual court hearing well and it left other participants on the call. Absolutely cracking up as the judge tried to walk him through that filter. Fix i'm here live. I'm not a cat said confused. Lawyer rod parton yuling like a loss tabby and a brief video clip of the accidental species swap though his zoom panel said otherwise portraying him as an durable blue eyed kitten. Okay now i am still taking baby steps as far as soon goes. I think i've had one zoom meeting. And i'm not even i mean it was just enough to get through that zoom meeting without doing anything that was well Totally just bonkers. I have no idea how to even work the filters. But i think the cautionary tale is this. Your kids do and apparently that's exactly what happened but to see this attorney as it was it. Was this cute. Little kitty kitty. He'd be guys and every time the attorney would talk. Of course the kittens mouth would move. Its welcome to the new normal forty. Two second clip was tweeted. Tuesday night by judge roy ferguson. Along with some well. Timely and helpful tech advice wrote ferguson of texas three hundred and ninety fourth judicial district court. Important zoomed tip all in caps if a child has used your computer prior to your using it for a court hearing before you join a virtual hearing you might wanna check the zoom video options to be sure the filters are off. I wouldn't even know where to be gained. I mean where would you be. I have no clue when it comes to filters just seems to me that well. That's an accident waiting to happen.

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Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company

"She has been sent packing. Yeah, she hasn't. We now know the new brand name for Anjum. I'm a pancake products. Pepsico announced that the mixes and syrup will be rebranded as Pearl milling Company products. This new name will start appearing in stores in June. And you my most among several brand names that are being retired to do away with racial stereotypes. All

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Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:13 sec | 8 months ago

Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company

"We now know the new brand name for Aunt Jemima pancake products, Pepsico announced. Pancake mixes and syrup will be rebranded as Pearl Million Company products. The new name will start appearing in stores

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Aunt Jemima Has a New Name: Pearl Milling

Bloomberg Law

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Aunt Jemima Has a New Name: Pearl Milling

"Quaker Oats is rebranding its controversial aunt Jemima products. Pepsico announced today that all answer mama products will be replaced with the Pearl Milling company. Name and logo. The products. New packaging will have the photo of Aunt Jemima replaced by 1/19 Century Watermill. I'm Brian

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"jemima" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Photo? And what is life like as a professional photographer? We spoke Pro photographer at Jemima Wilcox, Jemima Wilcox is a photographer who specializes in taking portraits of business people often while they're at work off. She's also a public speaker and part of elevator in partnership with Cambridge women in Tech the network dedicated to furthering the roles of women in stem. Thank you very much for joining us today on women Making Waves Jemima. Thank you Linda. It's a pleasure and it's like to be here. When did you realize that you had a love of photography? I think it's probably in my teenage years, I grew up in London and my parents were always people that encouraged me to go to art galleries and my father actually did a degree in fine art as a dog. The students so his influence was quite heavy on this. So yeah, it was it was something that I was found that creativity was there and photography was a medium to channel that from and how do you deal with people that don't like having the picture taken I can imagine that must happen quite a lot. Actually it does and I'd like to reassure everybody. It's very normal. I haven't yet found somebody who actually enjoys having the photo taken. So it's something that people feel very common me, but I think it's down to the fact that they've not actually had a good experience. Yeah, just sort of interested the the the elemental out. What is a huge element and it's the main part was his portraiture why portraiture though are fascinated with people. I find if I can understand the individual better. What makes them tick what makes them, you know, do what they do and be able to capture that in some way to be able to communicate it to everybody. It's brilliant. I mean the the projects I worked off. During my photography degree study angry rosskam graduated in 2012 is that I've always focused upon subjects that are a little bit Niche a bit weird. It's strange and through this wage. I photographed cosplayers. So people that dress up in different kind of superhero costumes and things like why do they do this?.

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"jemima" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Photo? And what is life like as a professional photographer? We spoke Pro photographer at Jemima Wilcox, Jemima Wilcox is a photographer who specializes in taking portraits of business people often while they're at work off. She's also a public speaker and part of elevator in partnership with Cambridge women in Tech the network dedicated to furthering the roles of women in stem. Thank you very much for joining us today on women Making Waves Jemima. Thank you Linda. It's a pleasure and it's like to be here. When did you realize that you had a love of photography? I think it's probably in my teenage years, I grew up in London and my parents were always people that encouraged me to go to art galleries and my father actually did a degree in fine art as a dog. The students so his influence was quite heavy on this. So yeah, it was it was something that I was found that creativity was there and photography was a medium to channel that from and how do you deal with people that don't like having the picture taken I can imagine that must happen quite a lot. Actually it does and I'd like to reassure everybody. It's very normal. I haven't yet found somebody who actually enjoys having the photo taken. So it's something that people feel very common me, but I think it's down to the fact that they've not actually had a good experience. Yeah, just sort of interested the the the elemental out. What is a huge element and it's the main part was his portraiture why portraiture though are fascinated with people. I find if I can understand the individual better. What makes them tick what makes them, you know, do what they do and be able to capture that in some way to be able to communicate it to everybody. It's brilliant. I mean the the projects I worked off. During my photography degree study angry rosskam graduated in 2012 is that I've always focused upon subjects that are a little bit Niche a bit weird. It's strange and through this wage. I photographed cosplayers. So people that dress up in different kind of superhero costumes and things like why do they do this?.

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Josephine Butler and the fight for women's equality

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Josephine Butler and the fight for women's equality

"Let's talk about Josephine Butler. Josephine was born on April thirteenth eighteen, twenty eight in Northumberland, the northeastern region of England to a prominent family. Her Father John. Gray was a wealthy landowner and cousin to the British prime. minister. Earl. Grey who led between eighteen, thirty and eighteen, thirty four. Josephine's father was a strong supporter of progressive social reforms value. He passed along to his daughter one of Seven Children Josephine was educated by her father at home. He educated both sons and daughters equally an uncommon practice for the time in eighteen fifty two at the age of Twenty Four Josephine Mary George Butler an examiner of schools who shared her commitment to social reforms. In their first five years of marriage the couple had four children in eighteen sixty, three Josephine's only daughter and youngest child Eva fell to her death. To cope with the overwhelming grief, Josephine turned to charity work. Josephine. started by finding shelter for the city's homeless women often taking them into her own home. Many of these women were prostitutes suffering the terminal stages, venereal diseases. Josephine also worked with Aunt Jemima. Cloth a prominent suffragette. To establish academic courses for advanced study for women. In eighteen sixty seven. Appointed president of the north of England Council for Higher Education of women. She campaigned for Cambridge. University, to expand opportunities available to women, students, and her efforts resulted in one of Cambridge's all women, colleges, Newnham College. During this time Josephine published multiple books about the social issues. She championed her views on a woman's place in society conflicted with some feminists of the time. Straight from the idea that women should be viewed in the same terms as men instead she argued that women deserve the vote because they were different than men and had a separate responsibility within society to protect and care for the week. To Josephine ensuring a woman's right to vote was away to strengthen the morality of the nation. In eighteen sixty nine Josephine began publicly campaigning against the contagious diseases acts of eighteen, sixty, six, eighteen, sixty, nine. These acts were initially introduced to curtail the spread of venereal diseases in the armed, forces. But in order to do so sex workers were heavily targeted and penalized. Under, these acts police were given the authority to arrest suspected prostitutes living in seaports and military towns and subject them to forced medical examinations. Have worked with sex workers at the start of her career. Josephine felt sympathy for these woman. She believed they were forced into this work through low wages and minimal opportunity for Josephine these acts represented troubling double standard. Sex workers were punished, but the men who sought out there surfaces were not. Josephine was a powerful orator who drew large crowds as she traveled the country gaining support for the Act's repeal. George now, a prominent figure in academia was criticized for letting his wife discuss sex in public. Despite threats to his career George, continue to support Josephine's advocacy. And Josephine charged on. She teamed up with other prominent social workers to expose the insidious world of human trafficking and child prostitution in London. Her hard work paid off. In eighteen eighty, five parliament passed the Criminal Law Amendment Act which raised the age of consent from thirteen to sixteen. And the following year eighteen, eighty, six parliament formally repealed the contagious diseases act. In her final years Josephine supported the suffrage movement and published her most famous work personal reminiscences of a great crusade. It promoted social reform women's education and equality. Josephine. Butler died on December thirtieth nineteen O six. She was seventy eight years old. Her Fiber Women's equality especially for those who often exist on the margins of society remains highly relevant to this day.

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Cereal brands reevaluate mascots to fit the modern day

Morning Edition

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Cereal brands reevaluate mascots to fit the modern day

"Been rethinking their outdated corporate mascots and Jemima uncle Ben Mrs Butterworth. At the same time, a group of young entrepreneurs have set out to create new breakfast cereal characters that reflect this moment. NPR's Mandali del Barco reports. Emily. At least, Miller says the new cereal she and her team created off limits has brand mascots, unlike any other dash is a high strung, high achieving female bunny in an eighties style power suit with sneakers. She's a K pop fan. A workaholic, and she says Dash has a lot of anxiety to deal with. So her cereal turns the milk to cold brew and has coffee and chocolate zombie is just the opposite. A lazy dude who looks like he just rolled out of bed to eat his mellow cereal. There's adapted Jin's Pond on Vanilla, so everything you need to mellow out. Miller, 29 year old food writer is all about breakfast. In fact, she wrote breakfast a cookbook, and she created the breakfast club walking tours of New York restaurants. Her latest venture off limits. Serial also seems to appeal to millennials. Miller's hoping they might relate to zombie who has a bit of Bart Simpson or dash more of Ah, Lisa Simpson. The whole brand is really run by these emotionally unstable and extreme cartoon characters. Dashing zombie are a far cry from the buff, confident cereal mascot Tony the Tiger. Cash is not the first female serial character in the early 19 fifties. Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes was rep. For a short time by Katie the Kangaroo who wore a bandanna and carried her baby in her pouch. I'm Katie, the kangaroo I have been given bound around you guy within that takes all night, just like an attending. Do you like Kellogg's ultimately bounced Katie The kangaroo for Tony. The Tiger, also dropping sugar from its name Fast forward to 2020 where cold and hot cereals are more than $20 billion industry in the U. S. According to market data firm statistic, with sales expected to grow To succeed. Cereal brands have to be nostalgic, healthy or have more modern mascot, says analyst Melissa Abbott. There's a demand for something completely different that isn't no masculine 20. The Tiger Macho Abbott is vice president of culinary insights at the Hartmann Group. She says cereal is not just a breakfast food. New brands are pro mode on podcasts and purchased online, Abbott says off Limits and another new cereal brand magic spoon appealed to a different aesthetic. These characters that are going to win essentially today and particularly in the breakfast category, they have Tio contain more of this multi dimensional take on the on the human personality. The flaws and all, Abbott says consumers might like that off limits. Characters were designed by artist Shepard Fairey's studio. Now the question is, Will they go for coffee flavored cereal repped by a stressed out bunny in a power suit? Handle it. Al Barco

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Aunt Jemima brand retired by Quaker due to racial stereotype

Business Wars Daily

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Aunt Jemima brand retired by Quaker due to racial stereotype

"On this Wednesday June twenty-fourth. Aunt Jemima Brand Syrup has been breakfast staple in many households for more than one hundred thirty years, but last week quaker oats announced that the brand's name and image will be retired. The move comes in the wake of the

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"jemima" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Product what they did with it Jemima is they use this thing to harken back they created this mythical lore two white guys again they they did this thing and they use that as a marketing tool because in the early part of the twentieth century in the country that was all they marketed goods it took off like wildfire in total ban became a thing I'm fine with uncle Bengal and we get the cream of wheat again I don't agree more wait what is the image of this is the sherry similar why is there an African American all of the cream of wheat logo and why does it look to be like a quote on quote old school African Americans see that I don't eat cream of wheat so I don't even know what the product now the you did that's why I was like you know yeah yeah yeah I know what it what it is but I don't really know the imagery that well so all of those are gone and I are going to share a different time lines or whatever I can live with all of it because they're not awesome yeah they're not hot and I'm a little more I I I don't mind evaluating these things other people I know and I know that some of you think this way too is once a product is name that is the product forever and it shouldn't change and that you know ballot I'm fine with the re evaluating and especially the company that owns it what happens is lighting which you now have is you have these giant corporations these Nabisco's these Quaker oats these big companies in these big corporations that have bought these individual products and most of those companies have predominantly white if not exclusively white boards that control companies the optics of a a board of directors that is predominantly white fighting to keep the law of the likeness in the name of aunt Jemima how's that going to work in the twenty twenties now so of course I did it's not the least resistance like we're done with this we're not doing this do you know we never thought it through really and we just went along and whatever but we were going to change it now what they change it to and how they do it we don't know yet fine here's where this is all leading the lighting my next product for you Eskimo pie no no don't touch the Eskimo pies okay he went on to talk about this one but XLE financial Paul is it working yes it said B. B. otherwise should ask him pies changed its name yes or NO early ninety four percent which is almost the same with the teddy Roosevelt statue one but currently ninety four percent of you say no one has come up yeah I don't know what what all right hi this is a bit much B. B. so here's the here's can make the case for you like your goals and then I will explain okay all right I'm not that worked up about this one I wouldn't change it myself I don't get it tell me what I mean is the argument is this I first of all are there Eskimos still that's a good question I don't even know I think so I think so from what I'm from what I can gather is there isn't in you and John just use the word but there is this in your wake people operating like north in Canada or in the arctic and whatever in the EMU would people were referred to as Eskimos at some point now the argument on this lightning is they don't call themselves that it was this outside force think of like a Shackleton it wasn't him but think of you know white man traveler going to see new lands they put the term S. Kamal on the in you with people okay their goal it would be offensive now I don't know that it is or isn't offensive to in your people I don't know then you would people ever even heard of Eskimo pies I have no idea I don't know but the idea is that it would be a name that was put on them they didn't choose it and then therefore it must be offensive I don't I don't get it we vested gate that more well again so at least you're open to doing that lightning which I applaud but so one thing is well why what does the phrase Eskimo me as I looked this up before and I'll look it up as you know we get into the break my understanding it was it meant the the actual word Eskimo man in in your weight something like people who eat meat or something like that I I don't I forget what the exact translation was but it it it obviously refers to northern Canada and up in that area but it we did the actual definition is in and of itself not derogatory for what it's worth now should the name Eskimo pie be changed because people have deems that to be offensive six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight we'll take your calls and I'll give you my ultimate take on it when we come back it's really you're in a middle market helps now W. RKO traffic from the my pillow dot com traffic center a slow ride on route one north bound from Maldon after report of a crash in Saugus by main street so it is delayed on route one north south is okay no big back office downtown but a half an hour on the pike westbound from Boston out to four ninety five eastbound okay as you head in but a ten minute drive on either side of the expressway between the on the on the split ninety three north is ten minutes from the second bridge after the cloverleaf at one twenty eight little bit sluggish there on route three south before the derby street lane drop and hang him otherwise okay between Braintree in Plymouth on three south this report sponsored by boost mobile's new upgraded network with a stronger signal faster speeds and more coverage you can stay connected to what matters most switch today an upgrade your life step.

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"jemima" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on What'sHerName

"It's most likely that. Friend saw this as more of a spiritual rebirth. Instead of physical rebirth, and this is one of the things that is. Again to talk about because in looking from now. We mostly want to be surprised at the wrong things. The things that we find unusual and surprising about friends. Life were completely normal for the culture and time. So, this is a rather typical conversion story. Friend began preaching this and I converted friends family, and then began to convert other people. This is all extremely normal. Normal communing with God is normal. Prepare for the second coming. All of this is Cheryl and completely unremarkable specially in new. England during the great making. It's the thing right this is. This is not anything that anyone would raise an eyebrow. uh-huh, that's the part that we now want to go. Oh, wow, visions of God! That's odd us now, whereas for many of us now. We just go. Gender sure yeah, and at the time. That would've been the. Now. How what? Right, that's not. That's an auto thing. In colonial New England with the visions of angels and things like that. And again US wanting to put. Terms backwards, my first impulse was to say Oh friend is non binary? We can't say that that wasn't a thing. We don't know what French was. Yeah, and we can't apply where it's backwards, didn't. So over and over in the story we have to reset worried ourselves and remember where we are and what to be surprised about. There is definitely this idea that you have some sort of deep religious conversion, experience and become. A different person sure. What we can state for sure is that friend was very clear. That friend was not Jemima Wilkinson. Friend refused to. Sign any documents. That had that name on it, and when absolutely forced legally to sign or in any way acknowledged. Jemima Wilkinson. Life Would sign an ex yeah. Let's pause for just a second to thank our sponsor. Girls can create girls can create is a unique subscription box inspiring girls to believe that they can be and do anything. Every crate features inspiring women and her own unique story of why she's awesome. A twenty eight page activity book push everything you would need to complete two or three.

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Owner of Eskimo Pie to change its ‘derogatory’ name

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Owner of Eskimo Pie to change its ‘derogatory’ name

"The the owner owner of Eskimo of Eskimo pie pie is is changing changing its its name name and and marketing marketing the nearly the nearly century century old old chocolate chocolate covered covered ice ice cream cream bar bar is is the latest the latest brand brand to take to take action action on on its racially its racially charged charged logo's logo's and and marketing marketing the company the company spokesperson spokesperson saying saying we we recognize recognize the term the term is derogatory is derogatory and and are committed are committed to being to being a part a part of the of solution the solution on on racial racial equality equality the makers the makers of of aunt aunt Jemima Jemima syrup syrup and and uncle uncle Ben's Ben's rice rice are are among among several several brands brands that have that announced have announced marketing marketing changes changes

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Owner of Eskimo Pie to change its 'derogatory' name

Bryan Suits

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Owner of Eskimo Pie to change its 'derogatory' name

"Eskimo pies get the name change the brand owner says marketing for the nearly century old chocolate covered ice cream bar is also changing it's the latest brand to give up racially charged locals in marketing Quaker oats recently announced it will retire its aunt Jemima name saying that the company recognizes the character's origins are based on a racial

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"jemima" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I'd especially love to hear from black listeners I asked the question about the N. word I don't want anyone using the N. word and what are your thoughts on aunt Jemima and her forced retirement here yeah according to the chief marketing officer the C. I'm all for Quaker oats North America in a statement said as we work to make progress toward racial equality through several initiatives we must also take a hard look at our portfolio of brands and ensure they reflect the values and meet our consumers expectations so what was under review any way verses all rush or a jump in order to fulfill of a bandwagon effect I mean that's the question some things might be correct the right thing to do other things maybe they're not but we see this a lot when something occurs there is a rush to convict on many many levels now there are some folks different was that Harvey Weinstein is just a nasty **** all right Harvey Weinstein with is the for male genitalia allegedly is just a real piece of crap but there were some people that listen there were others who got so caught up in the whole me too at Harvey Weinstein issue that are absolutely deserving of having things collapse around them there's no doubt about it but there are others in other things that they have got a contact swept up in it that they got pulled into the vortex and it wasn't justified and it was in fair now listen the whole aunt Jemima thing it's not like it's new there were critics of engine not a Jemima for quite some time you know Quaker said they work to update the brand to be appropriate and respectful but realized they say the cosmetic changes to the aunt Jemima brand we're not gonna cut it but again it seems that George Floyd is what suddenly put this under the microscope you know the brand had been under attack numerous times over the years I think it's part of the reason why they got rid of the manly looking character with the the the do rag guy years ago and they they updated and Jemima in the logo and historically yeah the whole gym Mina name certainly comes from a different time in embarrassing time that there's no doubt about that now as far as the previous attacks before the George Floyd killing they existed there's there's no doubt about but George Floyd was the tipping point and was the justified I'm asking the question and the brand was named after this old menstrual shown song this old minstrel song called old aunt Jemima and it was perform usually by white guys in drag and blackface I mean that's pretty disgusting that is the only acceptable absolutely ironically though do you know the song was actually written by a black comedian back in eighteen seventy five the black comedian actually wrote the song old aunt Jemima so what is your my my heading off into the sunset I'd hate to see I enjoy my unemployed right I mean it's it's a tough time with covert nineteen I hope you enjoy my visit maybe we need to start a go fund me account friend Jemimah so social be okay here I you know it's just a tough time of covert nineteen of everything we also have uncle Ben so within hours of the announcement from Quaker we got word that uncle Ben they might be getting rid of the uncle Ben logo I believe Mars owns uncle bands and they said as a global brand we know we have a relationship or a responsibility rather to take a stand in helping to put an end to racial bias and injustice is the flight we can all agree on that we wanted into racial biases and injustices as we listen to the voices of consumers especially in the black community and to the voices of our associates worldwide we recognize that now is the right time to evolve the uncle Ben's brand including its visual brand identity which we will do we don't know what's going to change it is is uncle Ben I what's going to happen I'll go back I got worried about uncle Ben so they're gonna change the whole uncle Ben's brand as well how are they gonna get rid of the caricature of the black gentleman that represents uncle Ben Mars said that they're evaluating all possibilities and then we got word that Mrs Butterworth what is now on the carpet and also snap crackle pop people complaining that the the rice Krispies guys that either all white guys and then the other thing is cream of wheat if you look at the claim we box the cream of wheat chef is a black shelf with a chef's hat on I respect shops I don't care what color you are I I respect chefs I'm I'm very impressed with the culinary prowess and this deal that goes into being a great chef so we have the black chef on the cream of wheat box and incidentally I just had some for brick well no no actually we have multiple meal and cream of wheat in the cabinet and today I made Malta meal I'm a little bit of a multi year taste with multimillion had malt O. meal but right next to it is my box of cream of wheat so now the talk about removing the cream we've got and of course black shelf but what about chef boy Ardee shampoo R. D. it's the it's the basically the same image except chef boy R. Dee is a white dude have we got a little crazy with political correctness at eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine.

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"jemima" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'd especially love to hear from black listeners I asked the question about the N. word I don't want anyone using the N. word and what are your thoughts on aunt Jemima and her forced retirement here yeah according to the chief marketing officer the C. I'm all for Quaker oats North America in a statement said as we work to make progress toward racial equality through several initiatives we must also take a hard look at our portfolio of brands and ensure they reflect the values and meet our consumers expectations so what was under review any way verses a rush or a jump in order to fulfill of a bandwagon effect I mean that's the question some things might be correct the right thing to do other things maybe they're not but we see this a lot when something occurs there is a rush to convict on many many levels now there are some folks different was that Harvey Weinstein is just a nasty **** all right Harvey Weinstein with is the for male genitalia allegedly is just a real piece of crap but there were some people that listen there were others who got so caught up in the whole me too at Harvey Weinstein issue that are absolutely deserving of having things collapse around them there's no doubt about it but there are others in other things that have got got got swept up in it that they got pulled into the vortex and it wasn't justified and it wasn't fair now listen the whole aunt Jemima thing it's not like it's new there were critics of and you're not a Jemima for quite some time you know Quaker said they work to update the brand to be appropriate and respectful but realized they say the cosmetic changes to the aunt Jemima brand we're not gonna cut it but again it seems that George Floyd is what suddenly put this under the microscope you know the brand had been under attack numerous times over the years I think it's part of the reason why they got rid of the manly looking character with the the the do rag guy years ago and they they updated and Jemima in the local and historically yeah the whole Jemima name certainly comes from a different time an embarrassing time that there's no doubt about that now as far as the previous attacks before the George Floyd killing they existed there's there's no doubt about but George Floyd was the tipping point and was that just the fine I'm asking the question and the brand was named after this old minstrel show old song this old minstrel song called old aunt Jemima and it was perform usually by white guys in drag and blackface I mean that's pretty disgusting that is the only acceptable absolutely ironically though do you know the song was actually written by a black comedian back in eighteen seventy five the black comedian actually wrote the song old aunt Jemima so when Jemima heading off into the sunset I just hate to see it I enjoy my unemployed right I mean it's it's a tough time with covert nineteen I hope you enjoy my visit maybe we need to start a go fund me account for aunt Jemima so social be okay here I yeah it's just a tough time of covert nineteen and everything we also have uncle Ben so within hours of the announcement from Quaker we got word that uncle Dan they might be getting rid of the uncle Ben logo I believe Mars owns uncle bands and they said as a global brand we know we have a relationship or a responsibility rather to take a stand in helping to put an end to racial bias and injustice is the site we can all agree on that we wanted into racial biases and injustices as we listen to the voices of consumers especially in the black community and to the voices of our associates worldwide we recognize that now is the right time to evolve the uncle Ben's brand including its visual brand identity which we will do we don't know what's going to change it is his uncle Ben I what's going to happen I'll go back I got worried about uncle Ben so they get a change of the of the whole uncle Ben's brand as well out of the gonna get rid of the caricature of the black gentleman that represents uncle Ben Mars said that they're evaluating all possibilities and then we got word that Mrs Butterworth was now on the carpet and also snap crackle pop people complaining that the the rice Krispies guys that either all white guys and then the other thing is cream await if you look at the crime we box the cream of wheat chef is a black shelf with a chef's hat on I respect chefs I don't care what color you are I I respect chefs I am very impressed with the culinary prowess and this deal that goes into being a great chef so we have the black chef on the cream of wheat box and incidentally I just had some for brick well no no actually we have multiple meal and cream of wheat in the cabinet and today I made Malta meal I'm a little bit of a multi year taste with multibillion had malt O. meal but right next to it is my box of cream of wheat so now the talk about removing the cream we've got and of course a black shelf but what about chef boy Ardee chef boy R. D. it's the it's the basically the same image except chef boy R. Dee is a white dude have we got a little crazy with political correctness at eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine.

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Quaker Oats To Retire Aunt Jemima Brand Named After Racist Stereotype

Lee Matthews

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Quaker Oats To Retire Aunt Jemima Brand Named After Racist Stereotype

"Jemima Jemima is is getting getting a a makeover makeover after more than a hundred thirty years Quaker oats is retiring the breakfast brand and logo acknowledging the character is rooted in racist imagery aunt Jemima is grounded in the stereotype of the mammy a submissive woman eager to serve her white master other supermarket staples have announced they too are rethinking their products products Mars Mars Mars incorporated incorporated incorporated says says says uncle uncle uncle Ben's Ben's Ben's rice rice rice will will will be be be getting getting getting a a a new new new look look look and and and ConAgra ConAgra ConAgra brands brands brands says says says it it it will will will review review review the the the brand brand brand and and and packaging packaging packaging of of of Mrs Butterworth's syrup

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Aunt Jemima to change branding based on 'racial stereotype'

iHeart Podcast Channel

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Aunt Jemima to change branding based on 'racial stereotype'

"Or the oldest breakfast brands in the country is history after more than a hundred thirty years aunt Jemima is being removed from packaging for syrup and pancake mix according to Quaker oats part of its effort to make progress toward racial equality the company acknowledging the brand and logo featuring a black woman have origins based on a racial stereotype and while the images been updated over time it realizes the changes weren't sufficient the answer mine with character inspired by a black storyteller and cooking Nancy green according to the food company's website no word yet on the new name but re branded products are expected to hit shelves this

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"jemima" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"It's a seismic shift for a more than century old brand with a controversial history today, the Pepsico unit that sells aunt Jemima products, says it's dropping the name and image that's long been used on its pancake mixes and syrups because of its origins in racist imagery of black people also today the Mars Company said it would change its uncle Ben's brand and Conagra said it's putting its Mrs Butterworth's brand under review. They're just some of the companies that are reexamining their histories, products and messaging amid nationwide calls for racial justice and Equality. Joining me now to discuss how big brands are responding or Wall Street Journal, business columnist John Stole and reporter Jennifer Maloney. So, let's start with the big decision today from Pepsico to retire. Aunt Jemima products. This is a huge change. The brand dates back to the late eighteen hundreds Jennifer. What's changed the company's opinion on using the imagery and the name here? What did you hear from Pepsi? They say that in the wake of the killing of George Floyd they recognize that and Jemima's origins are based on racial stereotype, and that while they have made changes over the years to update the brand in a manner that they said was intended to be appropriate and respectful that they now realizes that those changes aren't enough just to look back at the history of this brand. It dates back to eighteen eighty nine. It was inspired by popular song called Old Aunt. My that was typically performed in minstrel shows by a white man. Man in black face, and the creators of the pancake brand hired a former enslaved woman named Nancy Green to be the spokeswoman. She made her debut at a world's fair in Chicago in eighteen ninety three singing in telling stories and making pancakes outside booth, designed to look like giant flour barrel, and the packaging has featured an image of a black woman. Originally, she wore a head scarf the over the years. That image has evolved in thousand, nineteen, hundred nine. The company updated the imagery and replaced the headscarf with Pearl earrings analyst caller. And this isn't the only brand that's acted in recent years or even recent weeks at this point to remove offensive stereotypes, but this moment really feels like something of a sea change in the way, companies are thinking about an also responding more immediately to calls for Racial Justice John. Do you see an increase in responsiveness on the part of major companies in this particular moment? I think the era that we're in right now is kind of. Let's turn over the most obvious things that we can do it. My mind went to completely different. People grew, but you think about the Washington Redskins for instance I? I mean for years. There's been complaints about anti-obama for years. There's been complaints about the Washington redskins and it takes a moment like this for a company to say okay. We need to do the obvious thing that is right by our consumers and our employees. You know you have to remember like it's not just the the consumers and the shelves at stores that the PepsiCo executives or executives at other companies are worried about. They're worried about. Their employees are workforces their stockholders. There's a lot of constituents here that they have to think about before making a move in any other direction and I think. We learned a couple years ago when Nike took a proactive move and canceled a shoe that Colin Kaepernick said would potentially be offensive to the black community. It really was a line in the sand. Where I think the company said. Let's err on the side of caution. It is interesting to see. Not just PepsiCo, but other brands thinking about everything from the way that they advertise market to the way that they speak internally to employees to whether they're not. They're going to sell or buy facial recognition that could potentially be disadvantageous to certain racists. The Big Litmus test for me is whether or not or companies stopped doing stupid stuff. I mean it's amazing. How many companies just put their foot in it over and over again on issues that most most Americans would say that just was not a good. Add to even think about. Our ad got leaked. oops, you're like. Wait a minute. Greenlighted the idea in the first place, so you know I you've seen. Companies create chief diversity officers, the board of directors getting involved there will be an extra layer scrutiny for quite some time on every brand in existence, and then on top of that all of the initiatives going forward. Yeah and to that point, Jennifer. It seems that we are seeing an uptick in companies that are responding more immediately. We also heard from the company behind the Uncle Ben's brand today. Right Mars which makes uncle. Ben's Rice told The Wall Street Journal that it will change its ankle brand. It doesn't know exactly how or when, but they say that they're evaluating all possibilities, and they have committed to making a change. We also saw. Saw earlier this year that land lakes dropped the indigenous woman Mia. It had long featured on its packaging. The company said that that was meant to better reflect its culture. She had first appeared in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, and kneeling in sort of stereotypical clothing and clutching Orlando Container, so we're seeing some of these iconic brands that sort of have drawn on racial stereotypes, really doing some soul-searching right now, I mean. When the NFL. Reverses Course on activities that for a long time it tried to stand at standard arm's length from like kneeling during the national anthem, and now has reversed course as aggressively as they have. It shows the force of the moment that we are in, and it also shows I think finally a level of recognition that a big part of the employee base in the NFL or a big part of the consumer base at Pepsi are not just black. They're also empathetic and agreeing with. The social progress that has kind of being signalled with the demonstrations with the constant drumbeat of black lives, matter or whatever other people group. Legitimately marginalized or offended by age old practices. And how big of a role is the public pressure playing here I mean not just demonstrators and. who are out in the streets, but also pressure for these companies from within from their own employees we've seen employees feel more empowered, and and far more bold to say what they feel. And to get the discussion from a discussion to actual action, I mean I think I've done interviews for twenty years about discussions. We've got to have a discussion. We've got a dialogue. We've got to get this out into the public. Square and I think people are saying. Hey, enough is enough. It's like we gotta do something. It's like when people complain. After a mass shooting about thoughts and prayers, thoughts and prayers are great, but they're not going to bring back my son or they're not gonna change this happening again. We need action and I think employees are starting to say. You can put the statement out. You can put the tweet out. You can change the your your your twitter profile whatever you WanNa do for a day or two, but what are going to be the steps to lasting and meaningful change. The employees are definitely starting to feel that way. Yeah, it also seems like there's a much bigger call to action. Now I mean I've spoken to co workers and friends about all the messages were getting via email from companies. You wouldn't think would normally weigh in on issues of racial justice, but. It seems like this is a time where people are saying. Need more than just words, so is what we're seeing from big brands enough. Well, this is what big companies across the United States and beyond are grappling with right now. Their own workforce's are demanding significant structural change. And so you see companies sort of racing, not just to put out statements to supporting black lives matter movement, but. To introduce new initiatives policies in terms of hiring in terms of charitable, giving in terms of you know trying to promote people of color up through the ranks of the organization diversify their boards, and I think we're going to see more as the days and weeks progress, but we already have seen a number of announcements from companies to pledging. Actions and and trying to put money where their mouth is.

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Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben's, Rooted in Racist Imagery, to Change

WSJ What's News

08:51 min | 1 year ago

Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben's, Rooted in Racist Imagery, to Change

"It's a seismic shift for a more than century old brand with a controversial history today, the Pepsico unit that sells aunt Jemima products, says it's dropping the name and image that's long been used on its pancake mixes and syrups because of its origins in racist imagery of black people also today the Mars Company said it would change its uncle Ben's brand and Conagra said it's putting its Mrs Butterworth's brand under review. They're just some of the companies that are reexamining their histories, products and messaging amid nationwide calls for racial justice and Equality. Joining me now to discuss how big brands are responding or Wall Street Journal, business columnist John Stole and reporter Jennifer Maloney. So, let's start with the big decision today from Pepsico to retire. Aunt Jemima products. This is a huge change. The brand dates back to the late eighteen hundreds Jennifer. What's changed the company's opinion on using the imagery and the name here? What did you hear from Pepsi? They say that in the wake of the killing of George Floyd they recognize that and Jemima's origins are based on racial stereotype, and that while they have made changes over the years to update the brand in a manner that they said was intended to be appropriate and respectful that they now realizes that those changes aren't enough just to look back at the history of this brand. It dates back to eighteen eighty nine. It was inspired by popular song called Old Aunt. My that was typically performed in minstrel shows by a white man. Man in black face, and the creators of the pancake brand hired a former enslaved woman named Nancy Green to be the spokeswoman. She made her debut at a world's fair in Chicago in eighteen ninety three singing in telling stories and making pancakes outside booth, designed to look like giant flour barrel, and the packaging has featured an image of a black woman. Originally, she wore a head scarf the over the years. That image has evolved in thousand, nineteen, hundred nine. The company updated the imagery and replaced the headscarf with Pearl earrings analyst caller. And this isn't the only brand that's acted in recent years or even recent weeks at this point to remove offensive stereotypes, but this moment really feels like something of a sea change in the way, companies are thinking about an also responding more immediately to calls for Racial Justice John. Do you see an increase in responsiveness on the part of major companies in this particular moment? I think the era that we're in right now is kind of. Let's turn over the most obvious things that we can do it. My mind went to completely different. People grew, but you think about the Washington Redskins for instance I? I mean for years. There's been complaints about anti-obama for years. There's been complaints about the Washington redskins and it takes a moment like this for a company to say okay. We need to do the obvious thing that is right by our consumers and our employees. You know you have to remember like it's not just the the consumers and the shelves at stores that the PepsiCo executives or executives at other companies are worried about. They're worried about. Their employees are workforces their stockholders. There's a lot of constituents here that they have to think about before making a move in any other direction and I think. We learned a couple years ago when Nike took a proactive move and canceled a shoe that Colin Kaepernick said would potentially be offensive to the black community. It really was a line in the sand. Where I think the company said. Let's err on the side of caution. It is interesting to see. Not just PepsiCo, but other brands thinking about everything from the way that they advertise market to the way that they speak internally to employees to whether they're not. They're going to sell or buy facial recognition that could potentially be disadvantageous to certain racists. The Big Litmus test for me is whether or not or companies stopped doing stupid stuff. I mean it's amazing. How many companies just put their foot in it over and over again on issues that most most Americans would say that just was not a good. Add to even think about. Our ad got leaked. oops, you're like. Wait a minute. Greenlighted the idea in the first place, so you know I you've seen. Companies create chief diversity officers, the board of directors getting involved there will be an extra layer scrutiny for quite some time on every brand in existence, and then on top of that all of the initiatives going forward. Yeah and to that point, Jennifer. It seems that we are seeing an uptick in companies that are responding more immediately. We also heard from the company behind the Uncle Ben's brand today. Right Mars which makes uncle. Ben's Rice told The Wall Street Journal that it will change its ankle brand. It doesn't know exactly how or when, but they say that they're evaluating all possibilities, and they have committed to making a change. We also saw. Saw earlier this year that land lakes dropped the indigenous woman Mia. It had long featured on its packaging. The company said that that was meant to better reflect its culture. She had first appeared in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, and kneeling in sort of stereotypical clothing and clutching Orlando Container, so we're seeing some of these iconic brands that sort of have drawn on racial stereotypes, really doing some soul-searching right now, I mean. When the NFL. Reverses Course on activities that for a long time it tried to stand at standard arm's length from like kneeling during the national anthem, and now has reversed course as aggressively as they have. It shows the force of the moment that we are in, and it also shows I think finally a level of recognition that a big part of the employee base in the NFL or a big part of the consumer base at Pepsi are not just black. They're also empathetic and agreeing with. The social progress that has kind of being signalled with the demonstrations with the constant drumbeat of black lives, matter or whatever other people group. Legitimately marginalized or offended by age old practices. And how big of a role is the public pressure playing here I mean not just demonstrators and. who are out in the streets, but also pressure for these companies from within from their own employees we've seen employees feel more empowered, and and far more bold to say what they feel. And to get the discussion from a discussion to actual action, I mean I think I've done interviews for twenty years about discussions. We've got to have a discussion. We've got a dialogue. We've got to get this out into the public. Square and I think people are saying. Hey, enough is enough. It's like we gotta do something. It's like when people complain. After a mass shooting about thoughts and prayers, thoughts and prayers are great, but they're not going to bring back my son or they're not gonna change this happening again. We need action and I think employees are starting to say. You can put the statement out. You can put the tweet out. You can change the your your your twitter profile whatever you WanNa do for a day or two, but what are going to be the steps to lasting and meaningful change. The employees are definitely starting to feel that way. Yeah, it also seems like there's a much bigger call to action. Now I mean I've spoken to co workers and friends about all the messages were getting via email from companies. You wouldn't think would normally weigh in on issues of racial justice, but. It seems like this is a time where people are saying. Need more than just words, so is what we're seeing from big brands enough. Well, this is what big companies across the United States and beyond are grappling with right now. Their own workforce's are demanding significant structural change. And so you see companies sort of racing, not just to put out statements to supporting black lives matter movement, but. To introduce new initiatives policies in terms of hiring in terms of charitable, giving in terms of you know trying to promote people of color up through the ranks of the organization diversify their boards, and I think we're going to see more as the days and weeks progress, but we already have seen a number of announcements from companies to pledging. Actions and and trying to put money where their mouth is.

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"jemima" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on WTVN

"Eight two okay Jemima a one hundred thirty year old Brandon from Quaker tentec syrup pancake mix and what has happened is is that turned Quaker oats has announced today that they they're going to they're going to they're going to the brand aunt Jemima Brandon gonna get a new name and they're going to remove the image of aunt Jemima because Quaker oats says it's all based on a racial stereotype so I don't know if black lives matter demanded this sort of quicker just get not ahead of the curve I wouldn't be surprised if it's the latter how many how many of you are getting to the point where you're just throwing your hands up to look let's get ready anything that upsets anybody even can we shut up how many are getting to that point get ready everything up Sacha don't accept you and I won't be able to do that but I mean the people that are permitted to have grievances there are only a certain number of people allowed to have grievances against America you understand that we white supremacists are not allowed to have grievances yes we are degree white supremacists what what what an absolute cracker white privilege I don't think white privilege is liberal E. leaks they're the ones that have white privilege when you want to know what white privilege is just think of Hollywood Silicon Valley New York Washington liberal elites because that's white privilege that's how its utilized that's how it is it is manipulated cloth and this this is a white supremacist but anyway I I'd I digress why all we have to get rid of aunt Jemima black Americans have I think had robust success in a number of ways you know something else Shelby Steele says all right in case you haven't noticed I dig Shelby Steele I have quoted from Wall Street journal columns of his over the course of this program for years yeah he's raised a very so you can say this I couldn't say this he can say and by the way he is a target of the black lives matter and and you know Shelby Steele comes out of Malcolm X. generation Alchemax big guy to Shelby Steele that's that's how he traces his racial lineage but he makes the point that he doesn't understand why the American left doesn't find the truly achieved and highly successful African Americans and put them on pedestals as role models for younger blacks to follow instead bad actors foul language wrappers people who've been accused of sexual abuse this is the wrong the wrong the wrong messages savvy don't understand why people like himself or Clarence Thomas or Thomas Olin and the list is long why are they not only they're not held up as examples and role models there are what really killed they are ruined they're called sellouts and he's exactly right that it's such a disservice two two two young people who don't think they have a chance for success the reason that they are I cues during sell offs by the way how do they try to destroy Clarence Thomas before they dredged up in town either hill somewhere they tried to say that Clarence Thomas the only reason to be succeeding because white people accepted him and he knew that he had to make that happen so he grabbed hold and Clarence Thomas stock up and he sold out his blackness to John Danforth and he became a step and fetch it so no black success outside of affirmative action was permitted to Thomas didn't use it that was held against him it was also held against them that if if you are young black and you somehow have white champions in this case John Danforth then your sellout and that's how people like that are destroyed I'm telling you things could be so much better for so many young African Americans of the role models would just change but that's not for us to decide folks so we have here a woman named Richet Richardson associate professor of African American literature at Cornell's Africano studies and research center who got her doctorate and taught it to university she told the today show today that the engine Mina image is an image that harkens back to the ante bellum plantation Anja Mina is that kind of stereotype is premised on this idea of black inferiority and otherness and it is urgent to expunge our public spaces of a lot of these symbols that for some people are triggering and represent terror and it beeps aunt Jemima trigger is our end of the it's up it's not the pancake mix Mr certainly it is the image so are you I found out a little bit about the actual person who Quaker oats used way back when they created this brand her name is Nancy Greene the original aunt Jemima was Nancy Greene she's a former slave the hunter thirty years ago now that's how all the brand is former slave she was a cook she was an activist she was a renowned storyteller onstage with an audience she was the first of several black models hired to promote a corporate trademark she had an amicable personality and talent as a cook one of the families that she cooked for was the Charles Walker family Chicago the time very prominent family whose children grew up to be a Chicago circuit court judge and a doctor she had a no visible role in raising the children Walker Charles Walker and having that relationship helped establish the brand of aunt Jemima because the walkers loved her when she was hired they helped spread the word about her getting this job she was offered by Quaker oats a lifetime contract to be calm and Jemima and to promote the pancake mix now this this marked the beginning of a major promotional push by the company that included thousands of personal appearances there was all kinds of aunt Jemima merchandising Nancy Greene aunt Jemima helped organize the Olivet Baptist church.

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"jemima" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Two eight eight two okay Jemima a one hundred thirty year old Brandon from Quaker they are then take Sir pancake mix and what has happened is is that Waker oats has announced today that they are they're going to they're going to they're going to the brand aunt Jemima Brandon going to get a new name and are going to remove the image of aunt Jemima because Quaker oats says it's all based on a racial stereotype so I don't know if black lives matter demanded this sort of Quaker oats just get not ahead of the curve I wouldn't be surprised if it's the latter how many how many of you are getting to the point where you're just throwing your hands up that look let's get ready anything that upsets anybody even can we shut up how many are getting to that point get ready everything up Sacha don't accept you and I won't be able to do that but I mean the people that are permitted to have grievances they're only a certain number of people allowed to have grievances against America you understand it we white supremacists are not allowed to have grievances because we are the briefcase white supremacists what what what an absolute cracker white privilege how to get white privilege is liberal E. leaks they're the ones that have white privilege when you want to know what white privileges just think of Hollywood Silicon Valley New York Washington liberal elites because that's white privilege that's how its utilized that's how it is it is manipulated with and this this is a white supremacist but anyway I I'd I digress why all we have to get rid of aunt Jemima black Americans have I think had robust success in a number of ways you know something else Shelby Steele says all right in case you haven't noticed I dig Shelby Steele I have quoted from Wall Street journal columns of his over the course of this program for years and he's raised a very so he can say this I couldn't say this he can say and by the way he is a target of the black lives matter and and you know Shelby Steele comes out of Malcolm X. generation Alchemax big guy the Shelby Steele that's that's how he faces his racial lineage but he makes the point that he doesn't understand why the American left doesn't find the truly achieved and highly successful African Americans and put them on pedestals as role models for younger blacks the follow instead bad actors foul language wrappers people who've been accused of sexual abuse this is the wrong the wrong the wrong messages sent you don't understand why people like himself or Clarence Thomas or Thomas Olin and the list is long why are they not only they're not held up as examples and role models there are what really killed they are ruined they're called sellouts and he's exactly right that it's such a disservice two two two young people who don't think they have a chance for success the reason that they are I cues during sell offs by the way how do they try to destroy Clarence Thomas before they dredged up in town I need a hill somewhere they tried to say that Clarence Thomas the only reason to be succeeding because white people accepted him and he knew that he had to make that happen so he grabbed hold and Clarence Thomas sucked up and he sold out his blackness to John Danforth and he became a step and fetch it so no black success outside of affirmative action was permitted to Thomas didn't use it that was held against him was also held against him that if if you are young black and you somehow have white champions in this case John Danforth then your sellout and that's how people like that are destroyed I'm telling you things could be so much better for so many young African Americans of the role models would just change but that's not for us to the side folks so we have here a woman named Richet Richardson associate professor of African American literature at Cornell's Africano studies and research center who got her doctorate and taught it to university she told the today show today that the engine Mina image is an image that harkens back to the ante bellum plantation and Jemima is that kind of stereotype is premised on this idea of black inferiority and otherness and it is urgent to expunge our public spaces I'm a lot of these symbols that for some people are triggering and represent terror and it beeps aunt Jemima trigger is our end of the most it's not it's not the pancake mix Mr certainly it is the image so are you I found out a little bit about the actual person who Quaker oats used way back when they created this brand her name is Nancy Greene the original aunt Jemima was Nancy Greene she's a former slave the hunter thirty years ago now my let's hold the brand is former slave she was a cook she was an activist she was a renowned storyteller onstage with an audience she was the first of several black models hired to promote a corporate trademark she had an amicable personality and talent as a cook one of the families that.

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"jemima" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I don't know if you've heard or not but Quaker oats has the same they're going to get rid of and Jemima pancakes are pancake mix and then and the syrup and are going to do it we're gonna do what I think but are you gonna do it B. for anybody pressured him to do I'm not sure somebody may have pressured him to do it the end Jemima person is a real person but here's the story end Jemima branding how to change name remove the image that Quaker says is based on a racial stereotype now the this brand and Jemima pancake mix and syrup blah blah a hundred and thirty year old brand and it features a black woman named aunt Jemima who was originally dressed as a national character and then as a domestic cook and and made but I don't think people know who feet Jemima was there is actual real person am I haven't here somewhere and I'm gonna have to delay this undergoing phones because I thought I had these two pieces of paper right back to back but but I doubt whether you hear her story and when you hear how Quaker oats made her wealthy and rich and she's a former slave and Jemima was a former slave are real but not not a descendant but okay I'll prob promised to detail this in the in the opening monologue section of the next hour here Stephen Boca Raton Florida great to have you Sir hello hello how are you today good thank you a long time first time I ever heard you was driving on highway ninety nine from Sacramento Fresno back in nineteen eighty wow I mean you are going you you're going you're going back before her life for days yeah yeah yeah it's been a long time but now I'm down in Florida like you are but I'll tell you why I'm calling I see all this craziness going around and I just couldn't figure myself with forty million people on and off the and people running on the street what I really feels would help is if we had sporting events again what baseball like basketball strike something that takes people's minds off of that the American people need sporting events there's nothing for them nothing stop you by their client except the pandemic except race riots thanks all negativity nothing gets their minds off but nothing so I really think it would be very important if somehow some way we can get sporting events back again so at least help people leaving eight something on their mind what do you think that it's possible right now to say play an NBA season are a major league baseball's are partial or just start the NFL is in now in September I think that you could start baseball I think you can do social business saying I don't think you have to sell every seat I think you can do some kind of social there have you seen the guidelines for baseball no spinning you realize that that's that that's impossible to enforce no spitting no cracks grabbing guys going to reposition the cops can't none of that that that that can't be they have to stop it you always bring up the point you're so white the whole thing was that we got into the lock down because we're afraid of hospital plus right now we have one here hospital rooms my god your hospital rooms that are empty all right they're laying people off we don't have that problem anymore let's face facts people are going to get sick most people survive they're fine most people like me who are a little bit older we have to be a little bit more cautious but we've got to learn to live with this we cannot destroy it so we've got to learn to live with that or else we're gonna destroy ourselves yeah and and believe me there are people hoping to benefit from that Steve now I saw a piece today at a millennial publication called Axios on the M. B. a plan to return to action at Disney world in Orlando and I looked at the requirements and how they're going to do it they're gonna allow a you know forty people for her team up seventeen players and support staff I'm telling you right now I don't see how the guidelines and the procedures they've set up can possibly work I'll find up and I'll share those with you when we get back at the beginning of the top of the.

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Aunt Jemima brand retired by Quaker due to racial stereotype

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Aunt Jemima brand retired by Quaker due to racial stereotype

"The answer my my brand is being retired due to racial stereotypes and backlash from consumers Quaker oats is retiring the one hundred and thirty one year old aunt Jemima brand saying the company recognizes the character's origins are based on a racial stereotype the black community has long called for an end to the rag headed eager to please now any on the pancake mix boxes are just come from a minstrel show meant to stereo type pepsico the parent company of Quaker also announced a five year four hundred million dollar initiative to lift up black communities and increase black representation in their business in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis activists and consumers have demanded that companies take a stand against racial injustice or lose their business thank you Julie Walker New York

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Aunt Jemima brand retired by Quaker due to racial stereotype

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Aunt Jemima brand retired by Quaker due to racial stereotype

"The answer my my brand is being retired due to racial stereotypes and backlash from consumers Quaker oats is retiring the one hundred and thirty one year old aunt Jemima brand saying the company recognizes the character's origins are based on a racial stereotype the black community has long called for an end to the rag headed eager to please now any on the pancake mix boxes are just come from a minstrel show meant to stereo type pepsico the parent company of Quaker also announced a five year four hundred million dollar initiative to lift up black communities and increase black representation in their business in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis activists and consumers have demanded that companies take a stand against racial injustice or lose their business thank you Julie Walker New York

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"jemima" Discussed on Fascinate Pod

Fascinate Pod

14:52 min | 1 year ago

"jemima" Discussed on Fascinate Pod

"Welcome back to another episode fascinate. Polls with me some Brown. Today's guest rooms. The international sense of says of Pray Nick Luster the centuries one of the worldwide leader in reps a conservation. Jemima Jerry Jones has been on the TV. I'm radio multiple times and today. She's here with me to speak about has Santa the research that she's involved with anti love for vultures that's right. I've never met anyone seraing thrilled by vultures before and after hearing this episode. Hope you'll stop thinking of them as just a cartoon villain feather do his Jemima Perry so Jemima thank you so much to the first night podcast so I came here by year ago and I told you in the emails to you. I was kind of in two months as to whether to come on but when.

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