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"karima" Discussed on Winsidr WNBA Show
"We've already touched on that. But what is it, you know, I coach college basketball. I coached the high school level. I've never coached professionally. But what is it in your journey personally? Just kind of having all those different lenses and those experiences. What is it that makes you gravitate towards the WNBA? The chess match of the game and getting to spend most of your time. Now, I say that as an assistant coach and person head because that's what my job was. So now this new role, you know, I hope to spend the amount of time that I would spend studying the game and studying opponents and, you know, coming up with that game plan and, you know, in this league, you have sometimes you don't even have 24 hours to get prepared for that next team. And, you know, you think about playing like in Atlanta on a Friday and then having to play New York this year on a Sunday, which is something we're about to do. That's tough. It's challenging and it's fun to figure out that piece. But, you know, what I took from, you can't take away high school and mid major college coaching experience because when you coach in those at those levels, you wear so many different hats. And so when you get to coach at the highest level in the best league in the world, you find a way to appreciate people that are doing the things that you don't even have to worry about any more things that you used to have to do. And so, you know, I think a lot of people want to take that big step, they want to graduate college if they want to get in that coaching career and they want to jump right to the WBA and I just think it does you a disservice in the long run when you can't find those experiences. You know, I was bringing kids home. I was watching their uniforms. I was, you know, doing the things that you, I don't even have to think about anymore. And it just makes you appreciate the all around game and experience more. Going to college, going back to college after I left the Chicago ska. Coach mcewan gave me an opportunity. Northwestern is an incredible place. I thought that that was probably my next step. And if I was going to be a head coach, I was going to go back to college and take that route, and he offered me that opportunity and named me the associate head coach. And I don't know if you guys remember or know, but during that season, we lost one of our players, Jordan hankins. I do. Yeah, yeah, and so for me, in my coaching career in my life, that was probably the hardest, the hardest thing I've ever gone through as a coach or just a person. And it changed me, I was lucky to have some strong people around me that helped us get through that time. But when I tell you, it affected me to the point I didn't realize until we were about to go into the next season. And I could recognize and see things going on with those players that weren't normal. And, you know, people were still fighting what we had all gone through. And it was just a really hard situation. And it really, I ended up having to take a step back and left northwestern at that time in a really bad at a really bad time. Right before the season started, but it was exactly what I needed to do. And when I did step away, there were two players that stepped away and went and got some help that they needed. So in the big picture of things, if me doing that, help them go get what they needed, done, and both those people are excellent now. They're both successful, but graduated college and doing their thing. But it was, it was a hard time. And so pokey was like, hey, you know, if I want you back and if you want to come to Indiana, you always have a job. So I took some time off and then ended up back in Indiana back in the WNBA. So that's kind of that transition I never thought that that would happen. I kind of thought my next path was to stay in college coaching and, you know, we don't really, when we think we know what's going on and what our path is, that's when there's a different plan of put in place. It seems like, what, well, thank you for sharing all that. I mean, one of the things I've always respected so much about you outside of your work ethic, which has always been evident. It's just the lens, you know, you've seen the game so many different ways. And I think, you know, you've put in that time. Leading up into this point right now, and all those experiences, the ones you've talked about so far on the show, you know, making you who you are in this moment. I'm so happy to see you back in Indiana. Happy to see you in this chair. You know, sometimes we see situations where people get fast track. Come on, what you said, and you've put in that time. You've been in different spots. I mean, you have been primed and ready for this situation, even if it wasn't necessarily the path you thought you were going to take. So very appreciative for you to share your story with us. I do want to talk about your staff a little bit. I know you have reunited with some folks. Karima Christmas Kelly Jesse Miller, Jared Simpson, feel free to tell us about them and kind of what they bring to the table for you. Yeah. Well, before I accepted the job, I knew I needed to have one person. I need my right hand man with me, and that's Jesse Miller. Jesse Miller started off with us in Chicago as a manager for the Chicago sky. She was that little workhorse. She did everything that we asked her to do. She, you know, you always want people around you who aren't just doing what you tell them. They're also being innovative and come into you with ideas. And that is who Jesse was from when she was still playing at UIC. And, you know, I watched her grow. She became our video coordinator. And then I left Chicago and poke gave her the opportunity to go with her to Indy. And Jesse is a smart basketball player. She's a smart coach. She's an X's and O's. She's attention to detail. And she is a grinder. And she loves the relationship piece, and that, to me, is I said it earlier in the podcast, you know, relationships for me are the biggest part of this. She is loyal. I can be somewhere else. And I know that Jesse is going to make whatever decision she needs to make. For me, if it has to be, that's going to be the right one. So when she said she was interested and would
"karima" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"How do you take it from an angle, you know, you're a lawyer, you're a corporate. How do you bring that? Yeah, because I think that's something that the rest of the world wants folks to tamp down on. They don't really respect it or value it. Sometimes it's considered they don't even teach it. They don't teach it. And that's why it's been a big area for us because we find that more and more of the world. More and more industries really value that. They realize that this is something that can change the face of the workforce of the leadership of every conversation. And we want to continue to drive that point home until everyone gets it enough that we don't have to do that. Take us out of work, but we would. True. And have you seen some changes happening? Yes. In your meetings, you think? Yes. Particularly across a spectrum because here's the thing. A lot of times when we talk about, say, your ability to express your emotions. Again, on a continuum. Sometimes we say, if you express too much, you're going to have a blow up, and it's going to hurt your career, you make it fired, you may get a red note in your file. So we're careful about the way people over express emotions. Right. But on the other end, there was this whole idea of being able to open your mouth and say something that matters. Have the confidence to advocate for yourself. And that's on the other side, because a lot of people want to sort of keep you in a passive aggressive mode. And so we rail against that because we believe that every voice matters and we want to empower you at the gut level to be able to open your mouth and advocate for yourself. I like that, but you know, but it's also have to be careful about that because if people express too much their emotions, then their logic and their intelligence goes down because emotions are high, more your intelligence is somewhere else.
"karima" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"How many who was that? Yeah. My mom, my grandma, my aunt. Yeah. I was also inspired a lot by my grandma. That's interesting. And it's true, we do find some strength in them, even though you think the world doesn't see it, but you're like, wow. You can see me this way. I love that. Exactly. I would say too, you know, one thing for my grandmother's part. She had a sort of a mantra, and she never wanted me to be bound. And I remember when I gave one of my first public speaking talks in the area of entrepreneurship, I talked about the way she wanted me to break the change that bind. And for that, I always keep that sort of as a visual, but also as a sentiment. If I feel that I'm in a place where I really need to get some wiggle room where I really need to be able to bust through, you know, make a breakthrough. I think about what she said and I feel myself available and able to break those chains and find where their mental shackles or any of the type of bureaucracy, a breakup. So what did she say? Can you say it again slowly for everyone to hear it? You break the chains that bind. And to break the chains that bind. Yes. The one that holds you down. Yes, yes. Wow. I love that. That's amazing. That's very, very pure. I must say, for the it is, right? There is something that really strikes me also when you listen to Maya Angelou and the way she said when she goes speaking on stage and she's nervous. She's like, she goes and she takes her grandma with her, her mother. Everyone that loved her. I thought it was the most beautiful image. And that's what you do. That's what I do, you know? Like, you go, and you're like, I'm not alone. I have all these incredible women, role models who are with me. Yes, ma'am. Yes, I love that. That's true. So breaking the chain. So there must be so proud of you to be able to yeah. I think they are. You know, there's things that I think together together we've been able to do that without having them near me might not be as possible. So I appreciate the support because no man or woman is an island. I believe that. Yes. I agree. I agree so much, yeah. And so how is it now as an entrepreneur, high I see some people tell us where you're connecting from heroes are hello as my good to have you with us today. And if you have any questions to me or to the beautiful karima, she says such an amazing lady, you know, drop it in the chat. And we will answer it. So now as an entrepreneur, how is it? You work with executives and the board. How do you see it from gender perspective, but also for you as a woman and female rising act in high level spheres. I really love the work. I think that it's absolutely indispensable because we set the tone at the top in the corporate world. And any organization where there is an eye is here, I want to say coco two Donna, your friend, hi Donna, so good to have you with us. Thank you. Rhode Island. It's needed work.
"karima" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"Hello, everyone. Welcome everyone to the women's empowerment series. This is a new episode today. And I have an amazing guest with me from Washington. Gary ma is such an honor to have you welcome my dear. Thank you so much, doctor. It's my pleasure. It's good morning, good morning to you. This is your morning. We still afternoon from this side of the world. Yes. And I am so excited. This is a woman's empowerment series is a series that we organized to have a conversation about different fields and different women from different levels who are doing amazing jobs in their expertise in their area of work, but also who are impacting the word through everything that they do. And you are an amazing leader. And so it's really nice to have you with me today. I look forward to the conversation. I know it's going to be a great one. I've watched the history of your interviews and they've been amazing. So yes. Yes, that is so true. And you know what's amazing is just we have incredible women who are doing so well in different fields. And so that's why this morning, I'm so happy to talk about legal issues being you are a lawyer. You are a CEO. You are a founder and you are also helping women in boardrooms and men in boardrooms to excel and to rise. So I'm going to let you introduce yourself and tell us about two and how you came to this career. Oh, wonderful. Well, welcome, everyone. My name is karima, mariama Arthur. I am the founder and CEO of ward Smith report. It is an executive consulting firm that specializes in leadership development and organizational performance management. I've also been a corporate attorney for the past 20 years or so. And how I came into entrepreneurship was an interesting sort of trek, if you will. I found that being an attorney was really the great love of my life, but at some point I realized that there was more for me to do. And I found that there were big gaps, you know, big, big gaps in the area of leadership development, especially at the executive level, and they needed to be addressed. And based on the skills and experience that I had had my past performance in the corporate arena really positioned me in a unique place to be able to bring that knowledge and skill set at the corporate level in the boardroom and at the management level as well. Wow, this is nice. So as you observe that there are some things missing you like, okay, why don't tie take the lead and actually be the one that is feeling the gap in what's missing? Wow. It is powerful. Because you acted on it because a lot of people see that there are problems things are missing, but they don't really take that leap and get the confidence to actually go on and build the company and do it. How was it to really start doing that? Was it just confidence? Was it just a drive? Was it believing in the need for what you do? I think a combination of all of the three and also that angst, I think that every entrepreneur feels when they feel that there's something more to be done and it just hasn't been done yet. And that internal drive to get to the other side is what takes you because it reminds me of the great work of Angela Duckworth in because my beginning was a lot like many beginnings probably when it comes to entrepreneurship is that you have good days, you have days where you feel fully inspired and motivated.
"karima" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show
"Yeah. It has to be as. And it's a lot of fun too, you know, it's a lot of fun. Music is such an important part of indigenous culture. And so, I mean, everything we do, we have songs we have dances, and so it's really great that I have been able to sing and in so many ways inspire other people and just as often uplift myself as well. Right. So tell me more about your radio show. Oh, I love our show. A conversation with Don karima. You know, I started my career. A lot of people know this already, but I started my career in mainstream media. I worked at a certain news network, and it was, you know, very important and global and all of that. And while I was there, I was always amazed at how much terrible news. Oh my goodness, it's like, wow. And so one day I had helped to produce a story, and I was very excited about it, and I thought, okay, and I was watching it with my grandmother and I thought, oh, wow, this is my big moment. And she watched it, I watched it. And all she said to me was, you know, there are a lot more good people in the world than bad.
"karima" Discussed on KCRW
"Today is the first day of witness testimony in the Silicon Valley trial of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of the disgraced blood testing start up their nose. Federal prosecutors say that Holmes intentionally deceived investors about the company's technology and harmed patients who received inaccurate blood tests. You'll get the details coming up. Then later today at 1 30 here on KCRW. I'm Elvis Mitchell today on the treatment. How Karima, director of the film Sankofa on Why Black actors overact you're dealing with starved people. It's very often black actors overact very often because it's like my last moment in the world of acting. We overact no white director ever dares to subdue an actor to the proportionality of performance. We overdo. We're big. We're now over doing costumes because we've never been costumed. The cost of making sisters in Hollywood never had opportunity to make costumes. So now they Over costume every black anything because we are starving people. That's highly Karima, director of the films and co fa on the treatment today at 1:30 P.m. on KCRW. Here listening to KCRW during our good old fashioned pledge drive, and we.
"karima" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"O'clock window. Let's get to the fourth one right here we go back out to Arrowhead. It is the Browns and the Chiefs in the fourth quarter. Here's Darren Smith. Look, Kansas City they are China is back into the ballgame. They've recovered a farmer from Nick Charles on the ground last position. But right now, even electric 22 to 20. Cleveland is on the four yard line. The ball into the end zone. He hands it off to Kareem Hunt and Karima gets the ball into the end zone right now, so the Chiefs now trailed 28 to 2010 24 left to go depending on what the Else do they do They go from one for two. But Kansas City is around by at least a touchdown, if not two possessions after this extra point kick, So right now, that's where seeing Eric Tourist edema signed at the moment she used to trailing 28 looks like they're going to line up for an extra points to look like they'll be trailing 29 to 20, which in 24 left to go to the ball game. The clock is going to be the chief source enemy right now. And that's Darren Smith. Jody. I love this statement. It's not over yet. You still got some time here A little over 10 minutes to go, and I never count out Patrick Mahomes. Heck, the guy was down 10 points with 7 30 to go in the Super Bowl up against the 49 ers. But the Browns they got off to a hot start Aggressive went for it on fourth and three to open up the game, eventually got the touchdown, then one for two to make it eight. Nothing. Cleveland for the most part today has just really brought it in a tough environment in our head. Browns are in an enviable position. But like you said, the game's not over. You have a magic man. On the other side, Mahomes does spectacular human eraser. Yes, these. This game has time to play, although, as correctly stated by our stringer clock is becoming as big an enemy of the brown as the Browns as anything else, where it may be over and I'll go ahead and step out on that limb there and overall it off, I'll eat it. The Giants had a chance to cut their deficit to just six points against the Broncos had the ball inside the 11th and goal. They were the 31st team in the NFL last year in scoring Red Zone points. The red zone is once again jumped up and bit them in the rear end. Daniel Jones 4th 4th down pass knocked away so Denver takes the ball back over with a 13 point lead. Seven minutes to go. The Broncos have been able to run the ball fairly effectively today and Teddy Bridgewater has played off the run with high percentage passes to move the Broncos up and down the field. Couple of first downs and the Giants are going to be in a bad way as well. They're up against it in the Broncos here in the fourth quarter. Next, folks just makes the field goal. The Patriots have to hold for three and settled for three. So that's a one point game Miami up 17 to 16 with 10 36 to go in the fourth quarter. Talking about games that we are saying are over. How about the Saints? Jamis Winston just had another passing touchdown. It's 38 to 3 Jodi like from a fantasy perspective. If you told me my fantasy quarterback was only going to have 100 and 48 yards, I wouldn't be happy when he has five touchdowns and only 14 completions. I'm in a pretty good mood from a fantasy perspective is a whole bunch of fantasy points in those touchdown passes, but I'm I'm guessing very few players actually had Jamie's wins. Stand as their starting quarterback this week. Let's be honest here. How many fantasy guys had never enough to say Yes, I'll start Jamous this week. He was very much a proven to me Type player coming in week one. I said on the air that I thought Peyton made the right call by going with him as it is starting quarterback. His jack of all trades, uh, quarterback Taysom Hill that you would last year I thought was a mistake when he used them when Brees was out. I believe that coming into this season, so give a nod to patent for predicting the right guy. I just didn't know if James was going to be good enough. Well, he's been more than good enough week one and he's kind of put Aaron Rodgers in his back pocket and waved goodbye to him, Man. I didn't see this one coming. Not only the James would be this good. But that Aaron Rodgers would have these kind of struggles Week one. And maybe we should have because I'm young and dumb. You're experienced. And you know how this works in the betting world. I look at the Packers at 3.5 Point favorite this week. I thought it was a lock Jody. And I think a lot of people around the country did as well and there's no shot that the Packers now cover the 3.5 points. They were early on the live line at halftime 6.5 Point dogs and Guess what if you took the Packers, Plus the point you're nowhere close because it is the Saints leading 38 to 3 and Jody's 100%, Right. The right decision by Sean Payton to go with Jamis Winston. Even with that being said, I don't think anyone could have predicted. Not one, Not two, Not three, not four, but five passing touchdowns for Jameis Winston Ezekiel joining back here with you. I on football coming back. This is I on football on CBS Sports radio..
"karima" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"That's rare that you'll find somebody to do that. you know. maybe someday that will happen. You don't have to pay for anything. i mean. That's something that. I think anybody could really help is like i just wanna make things. I don't want to pay for things. What what can we just do that where we don't have to pay. I highly doubt this world revolves around money. So if there's never gonna be nothing for free especially for females. It's bits for free. They expecting something in return from you so unless they just like. I i like i said if you meet good people like i have met some great people who they don't expect me to do anything with them they just want to see me succeed. They don't even expect money out of me They just love my music in as a person so much that they're willing to support but that's very rare that's very rare in the music business majority of i would say ninety percent of the time everybody meet. They're gonna expect something either money or as a female other stuff that they would ask for instead of money and Used to be. You'd have to be boss like you have to be the boss and Just understand your budget and don't work with people if you don't have the money like if you don't have the money i would definitely would not recommend working with certain people because then they could use it against you. It's just a lot of things. people have to understand. So yeah just it's really the money. That's unfortunate is how it is role main the faculty managing but all this is great. I'm just really excited for your through this journey. That you've got the continues. I am going to in on what you got going on with the music that you are putting out like i do these interviews because i care about your all but to me. I don't consider the. That's why i say i don't consider myself professional because professional people that he for the arcade. Goodbye could shut the door. Shut shot or get out here. Get out here okay. Lemme lemme watch my net flex with a frappuccino and be albums. I don't really care about. No i love all of you saw in whatever you do at the future. I'm looking forward to it. I'm excited and like i say i don't even care how many followers you have Care if you're not professor not the fact that he lied to your time out of your day to talk to me. That's what i care about. I don't care about your status so. That's why i wanted to treat you as if it's like this. I'm interviewing with jay z. Like i treat everybody. Everybody has their own special. So i don't wanna make anybody feel like they're beneath anything like you're still fantastic. Do for even reaching out to me. So that's what i really appreciate on. God you know that really touches my heart. The brother the the weird jokes i thrown at you this time were you do people your work. Okay so everybody you can go to. I mean it's everywhere is youtube cloud Apple i tunes spotify everywhere. You anything anywhere you can think of my songs. Are there. my instagram The best place reach me through email. an idea. I don't really like a responding to. I get i have it where you had to request a message me in it gets. It gets kind of tiring. So i will definitely recommend for people who are very professional work with me to just email me. My emails on mainstream. Use tap the little email. But i think that's what you did your denied I mean need said that you're growing Allowed creepy people are jerks. I would just keep those. dmz closed. Because i i just know a lot of women on instagram..
"karima" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"'cause it's always good to have a couple beats that You exclusively own When you go to beat stars you're going to have to share your royalties will share in pretty much bay control if you're able to do this or do that. You you go through beat stars unless you buy exclusively on each stars which is very rare. Because a lot of producers want to continue to make revenue off of their beats so they will h- Like eighty percent of the time they want to sell you an exclusive. But that's why you have to find your own producer and a one that you buy with when that makes beats that you like and that will sell you exclusives just for you like no one else. And so that's what. I have both of us So that's for the distribution for the beads. Obviously for your lyrics writing. I write my own songs. So i don't have to worry about finding like someone who write music i Say that cost. I love writing my own music. So i do that. On my own and Let's see just writing distribution putting the song writing your cell source putting out the song. That's pretty much all you need a cover. You need a graphic designer. Find a really good one focus artworks. He's amazing So just for your cover. Just have a good photographer photographer. His jayco picks he's dope Everybody but Yes so it's you're you're going to need a team of people Yet you're definitely you can't. You can't do music videos photo. Shoot to the graphic zion like. Yeah you can't do with zero dollars. Like if i want to make an asylum budget music video. I can't do that. That will work out now. I mean there. I think there was an artist. He did on youtube like he would. just uses iphone and try to make a music video that looks professional in he would knock on mansions in people and see if they'll let him borrow their manton describes not pay him be like..
"karima" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"The only time i've ever doubted was probably in san diego one time but other than that I have not really Maybe i don't know behind my back the just in person i've always been respected and I've never felt that before. That's good. That's good. Although i do because i know that maybe you know maybe you don't but that's the only thing like the internet could be a beautiful place. I mean it brings me to people like you. And that i think is wonderful but i do have to realize is being on the internet. There are a lot of forty men and women. They're they're people who look at someone not further talent or after their personality but because their legs and you are beautiful women so i have no idea if some of that three thousand comes from people who want to date. You were any of that. 'cause the post here where you're like out on the pier. It's like raina. Del chocolate and luckily the comments section is all a positive and nice. 'cause i was like. Oh jesus they're gonna be one person that's gonna make a racist pickup joke. I dunno. hopefully you're not encounter. I haven't i really haven't Everybody in my comments like to any comments because everybody's super respectful so far. I know the bigger that. I get more followers that i have eventually. It's going to be some people who hate me just because there's always somebody out there who hates you like you'll never have somebody who doesn't our world is. I don't know why you could be like the most nicest person ever do. Everything right there is still going to be somebody out there. Who does not like you and i'm okay with that. That's that's totally fine with me. but yeah i haven't had any disrespect fool comments or anything like that. Everybody pretty much respects me. I don't know because i'm a mother. I don't know what it is. But i'm everybody pretty much. Is that the people that are following me..
"karima" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"How old your kids are their babies. Their mice son is three in my daughter's four Like are you actively school like right. Now yes i do. Online online classes. I go to college. Yeah so it. it's really good. I could go on my own pace with the classes. So yeah animals. My kids are in school. It's easier me to just knock out my homework. So like that It's all about time. Anything gave his kids ready for school. Taking the school dropped them out. Do groceries then come home like do homework fairly three hours. Then pick him up soon in two hours. So you know it's just it's just all time management so what you're saying is you're going to be in school for twenty years. No that would mean. Maybe the way things are going. My music has been keeping really busy The i might not be be fulltime anymore. Or maybe part time graduate in three years with my bachelors so take three years to graduate completely with a a major in creative writing in bachelor's in business entrepreneurship but that's okay because i'm still young and And i'm still accomplishing something. So it even if it takes me three years it's fine like at least doing it or could cause you still like i'm going to get back to school again. One-sided keep the kids out of house. I was like are all like. Oh that's yeah that's gonna be fourteen years or no like slo fifteen years yet but none that not like that just wants to go to school. I'm able to like once a year in school. I can do everything that i need to do. All the emmy number now. Look what what things go. Maybe the kid will leave the house sooner or maybe even later. I don't know if you have ever restriction on by this age you gotta go or now. I'm never going to tell my kids that ever now i don't want them like maybe non from behind the man i i really wanna go out and drink and and get to high so redid. Better go now. I love my kids. Like i if i could like disney rich already and just been all everyday with them like that'd be totally fine with me own or you might. You might happen. I mean during this light performance ensure gonna keep it hopefully. yeah i do get paid for it.
"karima" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"Like everyone just confused so what i would recommend for everybody to do is just follow your heart. At the end of the day whoever created us gave us our own natural instincts to know what is good and what is bad. You know like everybody knows what is good is what is that even people who are doing bad. They know they're doing bad. They're just choosing to go that route but I would recommend everybody just followed the good. And just don't think abou a pressuring yourself too much on religion. Just follow your heart and try to always be a good person in. that's what i will not affect those. I mean that. That's what. I early like something i would do for that like i. I don't have anything against religion as long as it's not used for evil i've seen it go both ways in that regard. How did it all star for you as a musician. 'cause i bet i mean. I don't know like what what was the thing that that you saying. This is career. So i've been saying since i was since i could talk. I i still have memories of me like being in diapers and singing stinging little signs my mom but i was thinking it to the max. I was thinking like crazy. Oh mcdonalds a yeah. I i my mom bought me Is a curiosity game. It was American idol but the police station to the first the second playstation playstation two and. I remember just memorizing all the songs in. That's when my family was like okay. This girl she can actually sing like she's not actually just plain should we could hear like her voice. She has a voice in so my grandma she's going to be a singer but I didn't know like. I didn't really realize how big or how how it was going to happen until i pretty much took it seriously like a year ago i had my kids and i thought it was burned when i was pregnant with by had them back to back.
"karima" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"They're they're all our this called like they're all bad people i mean. How do you see the positively. Or how'd you bring about a positively religion. So i know that a lot of people are Everybody even myself. We all actually don't really know right. We all don't really know we don't know who what how why we all just know that somehow were here and We it's magic like how are we here. Nobody knows nobody likes to really think about it. But we're here somehow so any hassle magic because we have bones. We have hair we have nails. We have like it's just it's too Everything is to. The world was made to like perfect. Not just argument. Humans like just the world period. So that's why i End things that happened to me in my life that feels like a miracle and Only like when. I pray to god. He's the only person who knows like what i'm praying for and then actually happens so to me that tells me that a guide is the name like everybody has a different name for who are who who they're pretty much going to who they're praying to My name for him like a lot of christians and other religions is god and So i use that to keep myself positive. Because i feel like When you do believe in religion you try to do the right thing more. So i try to help people more or i try to be more positive with people or i try to be more humble. Basically learned that materialistic things don't matter And i think that. I didn't really start thinking that way until i got into religion until i got into my christianity. I started realizing that once we are gonna die One day who knows. I could die tomorrow and i'm not gonna take over. Don't i know i know. Knock on wood. Stop not i do. Not but the happening you. You got a whole life ahead of year..
"karima" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"With us, 809 41, Sean, if you wanna be a part of the program So Isa Dulles. Boring is also chilling and frightening and radical as Joe Biden was last night. The Star of the night clearly was Senator Tim Scott. In the Great state of South Carolina on and he said a lot of things and took a lot of unfair comments frankly repulsive comments abusive comments. And I would even argue racist comments from members of the media, mob and others. You know, you think in this day and age of woke cancel culture. You can't say anything about anybody in any negative way whatsoever. How is it that the left in America feels That they can call any conservative African American any name they want and insult them at a level that is is stifling and chilling. And, frankly, at times, even just evil. Just vicious, Just just horrible. Anyway. Here's Tim Scott from last night. America is not a racist. Racist country grandfather went from cotton College and a generation and America's best future will come from the American people, not Washington, D C. And then what he had to say about how he is treated in the names. He has been called from colleges to corporations to our culture. People are making money and gaining power by pretending we haven't made any progress. At all By doubling down on the divisions we've worked so hard to heal. You know, this stuff is wrong. Hear me? Clearly America. Is not You raise this country. We're all in this together and we get to live in the greatest country on Earth. For country where my grandfather in his 94 years saw his family go from cotton to Congress in one lifetime. Our best future will not come from Washington schemes or socialist dreams. It will come from you, the American people Black, Hispanic, White and Asian Republican and Democrat brave police officers and black neighborhoods. We're not adversaries. We're family. We're all in this together and we get to live in the greatest country on Earth. All right, Joining us now to react and respond. Karima Lanier, co chairman and executive vice president, Porter Directors co founder. Of the urban revitalization Coalition, Leo to point out Terrell Fox News contributors civil rights attorney past the Darrell Scott, chief executive officer of the urban revitalization. Coalition. Thank you all for being with us on Ben. You get the lights on NBC news and the things that they say and you know, Twitter goes out there trending. Um, you know, with the Uncle Tim line, Leo. I mean, it's repulsive. This is Leo Trail and let me simply tell you, Sean, Tim Scott and black conservatives is the greatest nightmare for Democrats. Why, because they are a threat of having blacks leave the Democratic Party if there's no black voters know, Democratic Party and so they went after him, Scott when he told the truth, and said America is not a racist country. I've been on your show. I've been telling you, there's no systemic discrimination. There's no institutionalized racism, but that's the Democratic card and Tim Scott said eloquently if they're not interested in resolving the issue because they keep the issue alive to brain watch their people on that side. And Donald Trump when he was president led a lot of black Americans like myself away from that Democratic plantation. And what is the Democrats best argument that Jim Scott's true name calling? Name calling because that's the only way they could demonize him him. Scott represents independent black Americans who are breaking away from the Democratic Party and telling the Democrats and the white liberals. I don't need you to take care of me any longer and your take Pastor Scott. Well, I must say this on. Thanks for having me on and Leo. I'm in agreement and disagreement with you. At the same time. Tim Scott was right and wrong. At the same time. I think he needed to clarify his statement. Because America as an ideal America as a principle is not racist. I mean, our founding document. The Declaration of Independence is a statement on human rights. It says. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. And I'm dying by our creator with certain inalienable rights that being among them Life liberty pursuit of happiness. All of that is great America as an ideal America in principle. He's not a racist country. But in practice there is racism in America, evidenced by the response to Tim Scott statement, Tim got said There's no racism in America and the response to that isn't out point of racism. So you know, I think he needed to clarify America's practice does not match up to Americans principles and that's where we have a problem. We want to make a blanket statement and say America is not racist. No, America is not. But a number of Americans are So he's getting the backlash because I think you should have Clarified that statement more It was offensive statement of those that have been on the receiving end of racism. I look at America and I know the difference in the human experience is that I believe all people were created. Believe in natural law by the same God has discrimination occurred and racism in this country. Yes. Are there racist people in this country today? Yes, there are, Is it? What do we have systemic racism that prevents people from achieving their dreams. I would argue that anybody could achieve anything in this country. Once again as I stated before, and Principal America's not laces and practice it is and it runs both ways, and that's coming from both sides left and right, Leo. I have a problem with the term that the right uses all the time when they say that black Democrats that snake on the plantation that's racist that has a racist comment..
"karima" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Uh, s a there You go, Um, in terms of Steph and his year, can we? Is it too early for us to roll out the M V p talk. He's gonna be in the discussion for sure. I mean, seriously right now. I don't know that he'll win it, but he'll be He'll be in the discussion. Especially thinking. Lock up one of those 10 seeds. Yes, representing the nine seed warriors. Yeah, well, right now, I'd say curry sharp shooting. I got him in isn't as a 10 shot him into the 10. Yeah, his novel and more votes than bonds for the Hall of Fame. Right now, you got to go and be right because the Sixers have the best record in the east, and he's leading in order or LeBron. You say no sleep on a Libra right? Make a case for him Almost every year. You could look at LeBron every year and be like there's a case for this. LeBron was one of those guys. You could win it literally every year, he said. He's pissed to the Brady went to 10. So he's going. He wants another one. You know, I mean, he's like, How about the NBA doing that thing to Murph when they just sort of spread around the M V p Bonds went like seven. You know, I mean, they're like, just give it to bonds every year. He deserves this, right. But LeBron, they're like, No. You gotta give it to this guy Hardened gets one and how many heavy piece of Michael Jordan win. Like great regular season regular gonna look it up right now before, But I don't think I don't want his many. Many dreams. I think Karim has six. I think, Karima, six directors When Bonds past, Karim was seven. I think he became the most ever cut Anything. Sure, Remember on Karim Karim at six. And I don't think that Jordan never doubted my regular season. Every piece. LeBron has 46 finals. Yes, 65. That's the crazy That's the crazy appraised 6.60 with six finals MVPs students insane and he earned every one Going to those air all legit? Yeah, Those were none of those were courtesy and vote. No. Those finals MVPs are always for Peyton Manning's fine. A Super Bowl MVPs dude. Yeah, they should have abstained that year from given what we just give it to them as a team repeats in the last few years, he honest back to back curry back back, LeBron back to back. Ron's going back to back twice. He's only got one, right? Katie's got one. Horton's got 10. Yeah, and Westbrook's go. How about that? All three of those guys have one. I'll go one. Wow. Yeah. Kevin Guard Nets with one car in Jordan's run. Barkley 11. A team won one. Actually, that was Karl Malone won one in the middle of Jordan's three year 30 60 90 Malone got couldn't get anything because of Jordan and Jordan won his first one is a young one young guy in 88. In fact, when they weren't before years before they won their ready yet, Yeah. Bird won three in a row in a row to 80 45 6. My kid asked me is because what you s so why he was trying to tell the kid about how LeBron he was saying. He's walking around the house saying steps Gonna win M v p And I said, Well, you know, he don't sleep on LeBron and then he said, he said he steps better than LeBron. I said, Well, if you had to start a team today. You know, with them in their prime, and you had to start a fantasy draft. Who would you draft? You're building a franchise you take LeBron. Unfortunately, right? And then And then he asked me was, well, the same question of Larry Bird and Steph. And I said, e Think I gotta go. Is Larry Joe in my crazy Polly? Well, no, You're not crazy at all. I mean, it's one of the best players of all time. But I mean, you're not crazy to take stuff either. You know, I mean, You know what if you're just I mean, if we're just starting a franchise, then how come Michael slide in the conference? Well, Larry, it was just too far. When you Larry Bar it was barstool argument. Get one of those guys are gonna build it. The questions kind of irrelevant cause it's two different games like, you know, steps playing the three point game and birds not from started in 2021. I'm going to Steph. Yeah, I'm going to global branding. I'm going with it. If it can, the guy and the guy who's proven he can dominate the three point in this in this game, Eh? So it is totally different game, man. Totally that whole area. Yeah. I mean, they're just they come down watch teams and they come across half court. Everybody just spreads behind the three point line about to bring this up yesterday. I was keeping my eye on Anthony Edwards. I'm like this guy's number one pick in the draft. Check this guy out. Alright, he first of all, I don't know if it's Ryan Sanders is offense or if it's him. But he never moves. He does not move in the half court, his parks It hated parks it like like, I guess, like a J. J Reddick water. Somebody just sit out there and wait for it. I was like, dude, can you get a little? Maybe it's the wolves and their lack of play design or their language. But I was like, Come on, Anthony, do something. You know what I mean? Then they give him the ball and he generally just guns. It Yeah, And I was like, man, I said maybe he's just having a bad night. Or maybe I'm just not that into this guy. Homer four. Back to the riddle style, Max back to the riff from from the top of the face off here. Maybe they're just not using them right along he wants. Oh, yeah, Maybe they're all loose, and Edward's right said he's a superstar took off down the lane and threw down that through that time. That's where you see that explosive. You're like, OK, I get it like, you know, work out why this guy showed big right? But, dude, I mean, go watch watching tonight. Just keep your eye on him because he's the number one pick in the draft. I'm looking at, you know, Park getting excited, just drops anchor here he wasn't doing. He did not hear that. He went three for 12 from the field in these teams who's taken too bad shots again. Could be Ryan Saunders could be on the master T wolves. Coach Ryan saw this. Wonder how quick they were. They regret something to it. They're looking at the sea. Wiseman looking at the numbers and Sheila Mellow bother. Like Dante. I see Tyreese Albert two months ago. I could have one of those guys. Guys blow it, man. NBA NBA draft might blow it more than anybody And you find out pretty quick too. I'm ST John Wall. John. What was the he played against Washington tonight for the first time?.
"karima" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"He is a very staunch Democrat, so he's going to be there. Kareem and the lady that worked for the Yankees that became the very first ever female GM in the history of Major League baseball a month ago, when the Miami Morning tired her Qiming will also be a Today's inauguration. Something ask you questions. I haven't go all the way. Karima Abdul Jabbar a power memorial alumni, very good. That's why he's so smart. Because just like, so you're sort of my Are the two of them went to Catholic school. That should be a beat Bernie question it, But by the way, if I happen to have been in Washington, D C today not kept out by 25,000 National Guardsmen. What an overreaction plus 200 cops we need here in the streets in New York. If I asked him for an autograph, but he finally sign an autograph. No chance. The guy the guy never signed. Order. The little kids, please. Not a nice guy. He's I met Karim a million times. We'll rush. Remember Patrick Ewing wasn't great. Either with that, you know, But you I've been on the subway of you. You signed everything. I offer this son, right Right on the dotted line. We'll sign for food. Exactly. You make the sign for alimony. That's funny. That's true. That was a little bit funny. You mentioned the cops and the fact you've over reacted in terms of security. With that said your group, The Guardian Angels. Are you guys out in big numbers today? Just in case you mean in D, C No. Here in New York. Why you crazy? We're here for emotionally disturbed persons. You know what happened? Yes, Shade 59th and Lex right underneath Bloomingdale's to place. Well, you used to go when you could. There was a woman 30 year old woman emotionally disturbed, pushed another 30 year old woman who didn't even know her. Right into a train. She fractured her wish They arrested this woman. And you know, this woman will be back in the subway. You So what happened The other day? The naked guy who is out of his mind pushing the guy into the tracks 110 Street and I interviewed the good Samaritans gonna say Yeah, I listen to that interview was a great interview. Yes. Yeah. The place is out of control Every and we sent 200 cops to Washington, DC for what? They got 25,000 National Guardsmen. We need National Guardsmen here in this shit. At the city and the streets and subways, the new you Oh, boys, that purpose that can say you know, you guys, You can't see this, but literally five seconds before Curtis goes on his eyes, they're rolling behind the back of his head. He's foaming at the mouth. He's barely conscious. And as soon as the mic goes on, he's like, Let me tell you something. It's amazing. You're real Sean. We'll show me. Let's put that fake phony, fraudulent purgation. Eric Adams inside and that the police don't join the Yang Gang, right? He wants to give everybody every time he opens his mouth memorial was his mouth, The less I admire this guy, but we got to do something Boss are owned or operated. John Cancer martinis ready. You don't need the aggravation. Understood? Democrat Man shouldn't even run. What? Wait a second. You don't need the aggravation. I mean, he's gonna run against me. Publican. Well, what a race that would they? What is that That would be is that that's a choice for New Yorkers. Check If there's a choice is catching a tedious versus Curtis. I'm the Republican. John is saying he wants to punish Democrats show, he said Jesus Christ couldn't win running for mayor as your report. It's a win win, though, if that's runs against Curtis, and I don't know Jesus Christ, that's for sure. I'm not even Husham. That would be a great debate, though. I'm not against John. Right here. You two got on our show. That's right. We versus John Catch Matete. It's the Democratic nominee versus the Republican nominee. Let's get it on right here. Baby seat's gonna going right. We'll sign up. Take out a full page ad in the New York Post number. This Errol Louis, nine cents and that that ridiculous speaks theater on 96th and Broadway. We'll do it right here. Come on. You guys could put this together. You could do this shit off. You could do this shit. All right. You have to beat that, Matt. Well, no, that's what will you do? Start? Yeah, That's a match. We will talk to John about it today and see if we could put together and remember today like, Wow, I look at the cat scan again, and she all the fracture George have had over the years old, the busted teeth. I'm going down Memory lane. Are you gonna have ivory white teeth like Joe Biden and Donald Trump? You're gonna have that that zone we're gonna have here in the future. Well, Joe Biden first had the horse teeth. Remember, then had a file on Yes, most too big, but I won't have implants, said Staten I Staten island. Implant dentist dot com. They got a lot of work. Your whole mouth is going to be new teeth, man they got they got they got to get to work on me. Remember that you see on Lee people? I'm afraid of dentists. It should be. I fold like a cheap camera urologists. Also not a proctologist. You know, they took a big snip before I got diagnosed with stage four prostate cancer. Bernie, were you coming home? My hand there, please. Uh, yes. I'll be right over. You know, the luck of the Irish. That's what I'm gonna need to. I'm coming over the hill. Get the Jewish guy you're always afraid of. Oh, my God. Stop! We go to doctors. All that we go to doctors for fun. No, you other doc? Russia, right? Hell, you're everything. Everything go to. Yeah, you got Frank. Run on which you see there You go to a your book. A boy. Where did you Where did you dove in? Where did you learn your Torah and Talmud? It's funny. Imagine the number of Presbyterian show you have Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. If you found every Presbyterian doctor in all of New York state, you could fit him in a closet that I Implant dentist dot com that what it's called. It's beautiful, right? It's the hackers that happens originally from Brooklyn out Staten Island, father and son and the mother and L. Oh, boy. Good luck. Lot of British flag will be. It will be rooting for you and Frank Moran was gonna take you and he loves you. So you could hold his hand in the car in Staten that night. You mean through Bull's head? Elting Bill were all my enemies saw may be swimming with the fishes and the kill van Kull off the kill. Well, I'll incentive great from all the chemicals in the water there that could happen. I may never see you again, Guys. It's a possibility. Nice run. Thanks. Congrats. And it was nice knowing you got to set this debate up. John Katzman, Democrat Curtis Lee, where Republican we got to get it on. It'll be done. We gotta go, Kurt. We got it. 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Bowser names Contee new Washington DC police chief
"Against a national search for a new police chief for the city and W T. O P has learned that she will name Robert Conti to replace Peter Newsom. The 48 year Old County is now an assistant chief in charge of the homicide unit. He's been on the force for 31 years, joining as a cadet while he was still in high school. He sees Attorney General Karl Racine telling W. T O P. He's pleased with the mayor's pick the native Washingtonian who understands the District of Columbia. And I think really has a firm grasp of, you know of the community on D trust the community, and I think the community trust him as well. Conti grew up in the Carver Langston neighborhood of Northeast Washington during the crack coat crack cocaine error of the late 19 eighties. He's has said he witnessed police using brute force during that time. Karima
Washington, DC 911 head responds to claim of spike in dispatches to wrong, nonexistent addresses
"Soon. soon. 3 3 50 50 here here on on double double duty. duty. O O P P Dialing Dialing 911 911 means means there's there's an an emergency emergency and and you you hope hope first first responders responders get get there there quickly. quickly. Head Head of of D. C s 911 service is responding to allegations of a spike in the number of crew sent to the wrong address Your hearing this first on double d t o p. Randolph Street there no houses on the even side of the street on Randolph Street in the 1700 block. We have nothing here. Former reporter now. Safety advocate Dave Stat. Er says DC 901 has sent fire and E. M s to wrong or not existent addresses more this year than the last five years combined. He wants the D. C council public safety. The committee, which has oversight to ask why many times the dispatcher's don't know the locations and don't understand the geography of D C. And if they can't know what themselves that can't help those were calling 911. There are times when we do make a mistake. Karima Holmes is director of DCs Office of Unified Communications. Sometimes the information gets tangled and an error is made. There are times when the collar provides us. They were on a dress and their attempts when we given address correctly, and the responders interpret that address incorrectly, she says, more than a million calls or handled quickly and properly each year and suggesting there's a
‘911, please hold’: Metro used DC’s outdated emergency number for years
"The the director of DC's emergency dispatch as metro used a wrong number to reach nine one one dispatchers and that at peak times emergency calls from the transit agency were put on hold W. T. O. P.'s investigative reporter Meghan clarity this morning explains how all this could have happened they had an old number for us DC's director of unified communications Karima home says metro was using an outdated number to connect with nine one one dispatchers the directed their emergency calls to a low priority queue so we started looking at the data to trick drop on my walls will model hold this long there was a couple of minutes here for three or four minutes there and we found out that they were using the old number that we have is a lot more party measures Dan Sesil says it's been using that number likely likely provided provided by by DC's DC's you you see see since since two two thousand thousand twelve twelve when when metro metro moved moved its its command command center center to to Maryland Maryland stencil stencil confirms confirms metro metro also also did did not not have have the the best best number number to to reach reach dispatchers dispatchers in in Montgomery County metro since reached out verified and tested the emergency numbers of every jurisdiction it serves