31 Burst results for "Katina"

"katina" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"katina" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"To the worker being podcast. So what article do you have for us today. Katina yes so today. I am going to be talking about a new article on leader compassion And how showing compassion to.

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"katina" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

02:53 min | 10 months ago

"katina" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"And i didn't want wanna see my grandmother suffer nor do i want my grandmother die but i can handle them more because she was seventy one i can i can. I can come to grips with that more. Because she was seventy one she alone. Life i would have wanted her to live some more years and just be with me. Be with us. Be with the family. So i can dispute our presence and katina learning in love her and and beloved by her but but she was seventy one. That was tough though. But twenty eight. Twenty eight makes no sense to me. People say i remember being at the at the funeral in the past or getting up there and say you know you all should be celebrating. She's in heaven. And this is a celebration and i remember looking at him. Like bra off stage after stage. I only did allow us to more. Because she's twenty eight. I can't celebrate. Because i'm not happy. And i'm not gonna front like i am happy. I'm going to church front. And i'm happy that she's a heaven. I want her on earth. Know i'm not going to celebrate. Yes i am angry. God yes i will work that out but i am not celebrating. She's twenty eight jet alone life to live. I'm a dreamer. Y'all i'm a. I'm a dreamer. I dream all the time every night. Airtime take a nap. Yom having a dream no joke. Like i read somewhere where people take our dream or something like that. Now you're a hop right into dreams. Long dreams that. I remember there exhausting..

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"katina" Discussed on DataFramed

DataFramed

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"katina" Discussed on DataFramed

"Yes i think. One of the first places to start which is probably the weakest place for most data scientists. And i know this. Because i teach alantheia. Scientists is devops. I think you must have a mastery of devops so you should know how to do. Continuous grazing katina's delivery. Fortunately it's not that hard you can probably learn the majority of devops at a day or two and so i think that's a fundamental Now another step is well is Having.

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"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"When he called for his children to leave food lead produce on the outskirts of their land. So that those who were poor those who are marginalized to the eat when he said remember that you are was his sleigh and care for these people all of us have been in bondage to something at one point and won't be come to christ and we're free in christ in we should be extending their freedom to other people and that includes just a he said do the work of justice love. You know love justice. He said that he we see examples. And so it doesn't make sense to me that there's this detachment so aggravated the fountain to bridge that gap and for us to have these hard conversations. Which shouldn't be hard. They're not hard for me anymore. We should be able to have these conversations and young people should be able to see their stories. In god's eyes they should. We should be able to see god's heart for trayvon martin for george floyd for beyond the tate. We should be able to see and respond with. That wasn't right. There should have been no knee on a nick. You know the god would say that. Why is it so hard. And so this this this little girl who was weird and awkward is still us deliver socially awkward and i still have socially society and i still hate crowds in. I am very leery of people. And i still have all the things that i had i they. They didn't go anywhere. But i feel like how could how could i not say something. How could i not do something. And so my justice were it looks like organization. It looks like expressing justice through my music. It looks like i'm on the chief advisory council for our city police department. I was on the ad hoc committee for the city to review policies of excessive force in. Everybody can't do everything now. It looks more like also. I wanna create scholarships for children whose parents were incarcerated. I wanna create scholarships for people who have been imprisoned or been in jail before. I want to create scholarships for mothers returning to college going to college for the first time after starting families and specifically also for indigenous children or people who are going to college. So that's what the fountain is started off with. You know just wanted to create a space of lament in now. It's turning more to the scholarships even though we do events that give people space degree so we we have these events where people get to just be in the space in be sad about all the things that are that we should be sad about like rate like the fact that there's seventy five thousand missing girls and women black girls women. All in our country that people are living in abject poverty in our country you know to be able to give them space to be sad about that. It's hardly conversation is hard to have this conversation. Because i'm doing a little bit of this. A little bit of that. When i tell you reach the masses right when i don't that's what happens when you have the drive and the passion and the authentic truth behind what you do. There is a lot that can be done. And it's it's funneling all that into a manageable that you can do right and you know personally. It can sometimes be unmanageable. And you gotta you know you've got a you got to compartmentalize and focus on one or maybe sometimes you can focus on at all and you know one of my very dear friends mercy french you know. She's like one person at a time. One person at a time and you know that that's that that intimidation piece that comes with activism. work right. Because you know you have once yawns you tap into that one person you see the light and you see that is still much more that can be done and that drive towards getting the message out is important. And if people want to reach out to you. Either in support and wanting to be a part of the scholarships and and I don't not sure if you didn't fundraising for that if you have any If they have questions about being part of the fountain if either in support of ord needing be recipient of that how they get in contact with you. While i just realized i forgot to mention the podcast that i'm a part of talk about it. I got. I'm a part of a podcast called black history for white people in my colo's or two white gentlemen brad. In in garin in we started a year ago this month and it's grown so fast it's so crazy and we basically we tell a lot of local stories. That wouldn't get the attention so we told the story of lamont's towers jones who told the story of darius tarver we told the story of quakertown in our city where black residents in early nineteen hundreds were moved from their their houses were moved to across town and then we we talk about other talk. We basically talk about black history in. It's more of a anti-racism podcast. Then it is black history for white people but it's one where we can teach in. Give people the opportunity to learn by listening. And we point them to resources and other organizations and to learn but as far as how you can support the fountain we are again. We're getting ready to do this. Music video for black requiem. Which is the song. That i just released. And the website is the fountain dot space. You can read about the song black requiem in kind of stay updated on the music video which will be filming in august in releasing on august. Twenty eight you can subscribe to the newsletter. Follow me on instagram katina. Music is my instagram. Handle follow me on facebook. There's a button to give on the website. The fountain dot space. We are working on nonprofit status. It'll be happening really soon if you want to give we appreciate any donation that you'd like to give where we're specifically looking for monthly givers or ongoing. Give you know Patrons that give on knowingly to support us and getting this music video out which is more like. It's more like a short film because it'll be eleven twelve minutes long getting this. That piece out is is the primary focus because it will be a piece that we could use to kind of generate conversation point people to the website but also generate funds for scholarships which we hope to start giving out for the fall of twenty. Twenty two doug. Yeah and listened to the podcast districts. White people antastic thank. You really is fantastic. Podcast thank you for coming on a game. Katina lee appreciate you so much. Thank you ladies..

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"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

07:51 min | 11 months ago

"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Sons. I have three sons and this is a potential future for them. I'm like all hail. No oh hell no so. I got real out real fast. After trayvon martin was interesting. Because i was just did beginning to really get on social media facebook ahead. I resisted for so long is crap and we had attended white churches. We've tended african american churches but we we were very involved in the community in. We knew a lot of white people like we. We were just around a lot of different people groups in we were ran by people so people were used to being palatable. And then i start speaking out in there like bet on what to do with me and president obama. He becomes president. And i'm seeing all this hateful rhetoric from people that i go to church with and i'm blown away because it's like. Yeah i knew they probably were races but dang like i was racist racist. I thought you were ignorant racist. So i'm like i guess the six somethin- and so i'm like cut my teeth on. Just what i feel. Make sense and my passion. I'm i draw from fannie. Lou hamer is a fiery woman. An amazing woman who was a sharecropper who have been beaten who have been abused and she just thought that she could do something as she did it and she she was driven by her. Love for god which i for me. Justice in god are synonymous. They are together. God is the god of justice. I'm a christian woman. How could i not speak happen. I not say something. How could i not as time goes on and it was. It was philander Steel bed. I was like we gotta do something like we gotta do something and we gotta do something and we were at a white church at the time that we still are at and we had an event in there was a shooting in dallas. Police officers were killed a my husband working in law enforcement. We realize we gotta do something to try to bring the community together as a we had a prayer visual and we want it at Black man specifically the black people in our congregation to be able to get up and express their paying in for some reason not just tapped into the process of lament. And that's what produces the fountain across asked into this thing where it's like. Why can't we be sad about this. Why does it feel like the church. The christian church in america does not speak or does not advocate or does not do the work of justice. Why can't why can't we express our greek. Why do we have to separate the sadness of what's going on in the news and worship services on sunday. I wanted to bridge that gap and being in a white space being in white church with several. We're our church on a college campus. And so there's lots of young black people who i could see an older older woman at this time. I could see that they were just carry. I can see the pain. I could see them hiding the masking. And i wanted to give them a voice and so i started speaking out more and i see these young black people coming up in at their speaking using your voice more because it's like they're giving permission by somebody else because so many older black people would say. Just you know just deal with it. Like don't don't don't disrupt anything like all this trauma like my mom will say. Now be cheerful and you understand where the comes from but then these young black people. It's like they're being told to be detached but they're paying no. It's like walking around with an open. So i start to sharpen my voice in it becomes a part of my music even more. I ended up writing a song black requiem. That was released this year in. May that talks about the sadness. The lament of injustice and. I'm doing a music video work in. That'll be released actually on my birthday august twenty of song. It's it's a crazy is eleven minutes song that deals with injustice but also with hope and just makes a case for why. This shouldn't be at like speaking up. Shouldn't be an uncommon like we should use our voices to speak out. Hello if you haven't yet go back and listen to episode number fifty six where katina tells the story of her mother-in-law benford dean smith and how she was wrongly accused convicted and imprisoned for life. The story is heartbreaking eye opening and one that needs to be heard if we're going to make any movement toward racial justice and equity in our country. Katina informed us at the release of her black requiem video unfortunately had to be postponed to keep updated on the release. Please go to the fountain dot space and sign up for email notifications. you can't however stream and download black requiem now on spotify and youtube. I highly encourage you to give it a listen. If you haven't listened to the podcast black history for white people. We highly recommend you. Give that ellison as well you can find everything of mentioned in the show notes of this episode. Thanks for listening for supporting our mission and the mission of our guests and so i started organization Started organization a few years ago. The fanton in specifically to uplift the stories and experiences a black women and women other women of color be at the intersection of culture faith in creativity basically to model mike process and give young black women just some tools and resources something to look to like basically took my life and what i would have desired at different stages of my growth in my life and i put it into this organization so that young black women and women of color would have something to look too because it's not again not being discussed in charge. Not being you know as a lot of especially black christian when we feel displays and we make up a lot of the church in america lack women are we're the churchgoers where the church workers in so to go to church in half the separated from your broken heartedness like your. Your grief is is just not even says in the bible to call that the wailing women and the women who are skilled at reading and lamenting shit come forward guy wants us away. Oh he wants us to weep. He wants us to cry. Out is a form of worship. And you can't heal until you wet. You can't deal with uk heal and you can have hope to you at god has given us our full gamut of emotions to express them in a way that honors him in expressing your anger enraged about what is wrong with the world. Jesus did that. God is not afraid of us being mad. He's not welcomes net. Because he's mad he he's he's her each hurt. He's heartbroken at what his creation has done. He hates the construct of whiteness. because he didn't create that he didn't create that he granted all tribes all tones bomb nations. He created a world where the marginalized and the oppress would be chaired for consider and their stores will be uplifted. And they're an in. He said he said i that their lives matter.

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"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

08:15 min | 11 months ago

"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Coli and many more katina loves to serve in music ministry and has led worship at various gatherings conferences and services all over the country and internationally as well as in the role of choir director and worship leader in her local churches over the past. Thirty years has been featured in multiple magazines news and media platforms such as abc. Business insider voyage magazine denton record. Chronicle the commercial appeal and the gospel coalition katina's first major release is black requiem a justice him and contribution to the declaration that black lives matter it features. Her son jamie who's artist's name is. Ms tick the song progresses through four musically diverse movements weaving genres and rhythms from black american musical legacies to represent lament rage. Perseverance and hope and katina's words lack requiem is a lament for our lives and had demand for dignity. Please welcome katina's stone butler. Hi naomi hi mandy. How are you. I'm great how are you doing. I'm doing good good good. We are so excited. Honored to have katinovac. Hello katina i. How are you good good so we would love to hear your journey to activism. Where would you like to start well. I think i'll start off with because so many people believe that i just woke up. So-called woke believed. That i was born. I came out of the womb ready to fight and that is so not true and so many people believe like they can never participate injustice worker advocacy. Because they don't have the voice or they don't they feel ill equipped and i feel ill equipped all the time but as a little girl growing up in memphis tennessee. My parents were very young I grew up in the country cotton growing up and they had me very young re much. Teenagers seventeen nineteen. I was very shy introverted for many years social anxiety before it was given a real name before i knew what it was a i would have fear. Sometimes walking across the college campus. The idea of a walking point. Eight to point b. in interacting with people just as weird socialist zadi like people would think that i was fun life of the party but on the inside i was terrified of so many things I haven't history of sexual abuse. And so that amplified. I think it'd probably created a lot of the anxiety that i would have. People and i studied music in college. I grew up in memphis. My dad was musician. So i was exposed to all kinds of music so i studied classical music because it would make sense for me to have study gospel or wealth to study jazz or any other style so i studied classical music and i would be often. The black girl in the white space in it was very alienating. Just watching the patterns In the micro aggression the micro aggressive behavior of white people even liberal white people. I it's just amazing. The the level of ignorance and racism that even other marginalized people groups could project onto black people. And it just speaks to colonization oppression marginalization. It has the effects are so far reaching the way they impact everyone even as a black woman how i have to undo the work of supremacy in my own life as a black person. How deep rooted in deep seated the evil of an construct witenesses ban on all of us a takes takes a work of divesting from all of us including the oppressed including the marginalized. We have to do the work and so growing up in memphis moving to texas for college. I think that my advocacy were somewhat started. When my mother-in-law was imprisoned for murder she didn't commit ben. Also when i had it amplified. When i had my oldest son. I had somewhat of a difficult pregnancy. I had this. I said i'd never have children. Because i didn't wanna bring children into this awful world and my son say the same thing. Now they're like we own. It ever have kids. So i surprise in the pregnant shortly after i got married and i want to protect this little person that came from my body and i began to see the world in ways that i hadn't seen before or ways that i had been willing to accommodate before it put my head down and just just grin and bear it just worked through it. Just absorb the micro aggression just code switch. Believe the best that away. A lot of that went away. When i have my oldest son because i was intent in. It's much as i possibly could. I was intent on making his world a better place and so there was an awareness that came with that and then again to the backdrop of my mother-in-law in fighting to appeal to see her free from imprisonment life imprisonment and so fast forward. You know my my son is growing up. And he's experiencing micro aggression. My other two children they're born on. We see ugly things at school. We see ugly thing. You know one of my sons. He came home my youngest son. He's only fourteen now became wrong and said his friends said he was worthless and he was ugly because he was black and you know that he that child that child learn it from home and i had to go from being this non-confrontational person to be common advocate for my children my activism was born in advocacy of my children. Like my mom says i. My mom grew up in the civil rights era. She grew up in jim crow. My parents were up in jim. Crow segregation in memphis. She can tell you what she was doing when jfk was killed. He can tell you what she was doing with. Mlk was kid. My family has stories of racism. My grandfather told me stories lynchings. They're country folks you know share cropping picking cotton Picot nigga young as they have stories and my mom was saying. I went through all of this so that you wouldn't have to and that's the way i feel all the stuff that i went through my life. I'm like i would do all of this. So that you didn't have to into see that. Oppression in that micro aggression. Racism visit the next generation when you think Taken it so they heeded like who wants to have further children so a compelled me to speak up into raise my voice and i just home that on caring for my family and seeing an in my eyes being opened even more to what was around me and then fast for you. I'm doing music the whole time. A music creative and just express myself through music and through writing in you know all of that but then trayvon martin happened in what makes historic unique. Is that there's audio and so we entered this time where these murders are being captured on video.

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"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Hey it's good to have you here come on in. Have a c. Welcome to the beyond picket fences. Podcast we are your hosts mandy benecke and naomi marquez. Katina's stone butler aka. Kb uncomplicated is an accomplished singer songwriter. Creative activist podcast and entrepreneur. She is the founder of the fountain..

"katina" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:21 min | 11 months ago

"katina" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"And katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast so katina wanna tell us a sneak peek of the article. That would be discussing today. Yes i do so today. We're gonna be talking about people's sentiments about working from home during the in nineteen pandemic and were specifically going to be talking about how they expressed those sentiments on social media through twitter so a lot of companies now are thinking about requiring people to work from home meaning..

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"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"katina" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Horton hat. Coli and many more katina loves to serve in music ministry and has led worship at various gatherings conferences services all over the country and internationally as well as in the role of choir director and worship leader in her local churches over the past thirty years. She has been featured in multiple magazines news and media platforms such as abc business insider voyage magazine denton record. Chronicle the commercial appeal and the gospel coalition katina's first major release is black requiem a justice him contribution to the declaration that black lives matter it features her son jamie who's artist's name is miss tick the song progresses through four musically diverse movements weaving genres and rhythms from black american musical legacies to represent lament wage perseverence and hope and katina's words black requiem is a lament for our lives and a demand for our dignity whose welcome katina stoned butler. Hi naomi i'm andy. How are you great. how are you doing. i'm doing good. Well we are excited to have katina on how are you. How are you ladies doing. Wonderful wonderful we are honored to host your story. Where would you like to begin. Well thank you for having me. I guess i'm going to start at the beginning. I met my husband to be in memphis while attending college. I'm originally from memphis. He's from arkansas. He's from a small town in arkansas. And i was moving to texas to attend college. I was transferring and my husband or my boyfriend at the time he called me and he was in his dorm room to tell me that his mom was being arrested for murder. And i was completely in shock. I mean it was crazy to think that he was gone. Class comes through his room. His friends say you need turn. Tv on and they're his. Mom is on television congested. And so she went to jail in. It took a while for her trial. You know from being in jail to the actual time of the trial and by the time her trial world round he was living in texas and we about to get married so we went to her trial. of course. She upheld her innocence the entire time. We went to visit her in jail when she first got arrested. She's like. It's important that you know that i did not do this. I did not do this in mind. He she's from a very different very small town in arkansas. Everyone knows everyone. Many of the jurors knew her hurson. One of the jurors were as a former teacher. That's how small the town well. Yeah it was it was. It played out like something like a movie. When i think about a time to kill with matthew mcconaughey war Mississippi burning or in the heat of the night light. It played out like that it was just it was crazy And so we go to trial and were there And his sister. we're in our early early twenties. His sister is eleven years old and his mom has two children him and his sister. She's eleven years old and during the trial of the district. Attorney was just worthless. Which of course you expect the prosecuting attorney to make his case but dating there was a some type of informant informant informant. That accused her and he was the only so-called witness he would later recant his story. But bait what really happened. Is that some friends of hers or acquaintances occurs. They took a a piece of clothing that she wore like a work suit as she wore in in one of them. Were it in in. Actually bay killed him to them you know him and a woman killed the landlord And they framed her but even using her clothing. I don't know i don't know but her. Dna was nowhere at the currency and he was murdered in such a heinous way. Me all murder is bad but it was very very. It was very gory. Very bloody And there's no way one person could have murdered him And they they basically said that she was alone and they did not find a drop of her. Dna on the crime scene at the crime scene in so the district attorney Off of the witness of new format in she was Found guilty by a jury of her literal white peers like people who were from her community that she knew many of them which was wild At one point before the sentencing because they they found her guilty. They tried her and they sentenced her in the sunday. A teacher a former teacher walked up to my mother-in-law in her name is benefiting. Smith walked up to her and said Asked her questions like why did you. I can't remember what she asked. Why did you do something which it. I didn't even know that that that that was permissible. Like it's weird and she held her hand you too and she was like miss. Whatever her name was. I did not do any of that in it was it was. It was just the most bizarre i had never experienced. Anything like this They come back four. After a break for the sentencing am a husband or fiance had to get up and make a plea. He was on the witness stand at the the the fence. They put him up. The fifth of defense attorney. Put him up to lead with a jury to not sentence her to death by you know to death and so he made his statement and begged the jury not to kill his mother and the district attorney got up in. He was lie. My husband said she's all a half he's like she's not all you have got girlfriend. I live in texas. And you're about to give me or he just like ran our life down it was it was and it was just the most bizarre they ever and she was sentenced to life in prison with no parole. Can i ask what year this her trial was. Her trial was. I wanna say it was ninety. Six ninety seven mid nineties. Sounds like something that may have happened way way way right. Yeah and just basically..

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Do You Reconnect With Old Friends When Stressed?

The Workr Beeing Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Do You Reconnect With Old Friends When Stressed?

"So today katina. You've got an article for us. And i'm very curious to hear a little teeny bit about it. Yes so my article. Today is about remote work mostly about working from home And also some about job insecurity so what happened during covid. But i think it's broadly applicable to some of what many of us experience in a regular basis and it's about the impact of activating what they're calling dormant ties which are basically people that you haven't talked to in long time but you reach out to to sort of reignite a friendship. Ooh that's actually a very relevant topic. I think for me right now because it's been about almost i think it's just three months now that i've started this job which is bonkers i. I can't believe that. So ed so i've feel like there was a moment last week where i was like. Oh my gosh. i haven't talked to some of my friends from that job in a while. And so i just like randomly ping them so anyways that just feels aligned to what i'm doing now. Yeah yeah totally it is. I thought a really cool topic because a lot of people are prone to kindle these dormant ties across the board. I was thinking about it that there were several people during the pandemic. I hadn't talked to in a long time that i talked to more During that period of time than i had previously. And why is that the case so i also thought it was really interesting and i'm excited to tell you more about when you might be likely to kindle those dormant ties faina. Well i'm very curious. And i'm sure it will be super relevant to both of our experiences.

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Biden White House Sandbags Staffers, Sidelines Dozens for Pot Use

The Young Turks

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Biden White House Sandbags Staffers, Sidelines Dozens for Pot Use

"Joe by the white house do something strange They said they were going to be more lenient on marijuana and apparently they are about one to two inches. So let's bring it down for you guys. According daily beast dozens of young white house avarice have been suspended. Asser resigned or place in a remote work programme due to pass marijuana use. Oh and look. I don't know if they're Anybody's been fired over a habit. Of course light back in two thousand seventeen or two thousand seven. That'll probably be next because this is scary times man. so let's see. What else is in this. Disastrous plan. Daily beast katina's. The policy is even in fact. Staffers who's marijuana use was exclusive to one of the fourteen states and the district of columbia. Were cannabis's legal. Oh great they got five for doing something. Legal okay. sources familiar with the matter. Also said a number of young staffers or either put on probation or can because they revealed pass marijuana use an official document they filled out as part of the lengthy background check per position and the white house. They of course made the mistake of being honest in washington That is a mistake. You usually do not recover from So then we continue in some cases. Staffers were informally told by transition. Higher ups ahead of formerly joining the administration. Did they would likely overlook some pass. Marijuana use only as later to resign.

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How Plants Fight Disease

In Defense of Plants Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

How Plants Fight Disease

"The microbial world and to my listeners. Probably the most. Famous interactions are the mike arousal associations or maybe some of the bacteria that form in the knowledgeable lls and help fix nitrogen but there is a wide spectrum. Oftentimes pathogenic interactions between plants and microbes. So what made you go sort of the pathogenic or at least like disease route with them. Tie back to where. I kind of realized that when they get sick they actually died and when they died. Then there's less moves go around the world that means prices will go up and that means people that are less fortunate probably not gonna be able to bottles plants or bottles products eventually and it just kind of tie back to where i wanted to katina help others. So it's still tana original passionate helping others. i'm just doing it at a bigger in a much broader implant. That's really cool. Yeah and thinking about sort of all of the threats we face with climate change and just habitat loss. And you know everything. We're going through society right now. Understanding how plants are going to either survive. Stressed out or die has huge impacts across the board whether you're an ecologist worried about conservation or the idea of like food security and just getting people with their right to have access to good food. All of this can tie back to plants on some level and really that stressor. It's not like they're all just gonna fry because it's too hot out a lotta times. They're getting stressed and dealing with a lot of other stuff. Which is where your research. A lot of your research comes in so you mentioned They have similar ways of fighting disease but not exactly because their plants. They're not animals and so let's think about how plants interact with microbes. Do plants have and immune system on a broad spectrum. Is it anything akin to like what we have so. Am i get some backlash for this. But i go hanley. Okay always been. That's always been this debate whether plants have immune system and i some people like to use it I don't like it at all. Okay just put a bad. That they don't have white blood cells. They don't have antibodies. They don't have this like adaptive immunity like we do. I don't really consider that as amused. Glance what. I like to call that. Halfway is planning needs. So they have immunity something. They have components that they made themselves the fan against grows okay but they don't really have that adaptive like components that you will call an immune system so i think If we want to go down with differences so plants and humans One thing they do have in common is they both. Have these receptor like proteins or something that helps them to chat micros. Okay so the way. That dataset microsoft similar invoke lanson mammals. The difference with the malians is Wadis components that water similar allow these receptors are intracellular and Mammals while plans are intracellular. So they stay outside of plant sale and they perceive those microbial related is cool now thinking about all of the different sorts of microbes that can cause an issue for a plan. I mean there's bacteria viruses fungi. I mean does the response. Sort of differ depending on. What's coming in or is it. Just kind of all lumped in and sort of the mechanisms of detection might have some variants. Or where does it begin depending on. What kind of micro talking about here. And i think that's what kind of Fascinate me about this. Feel is like Depending on what the pathogen is or what motive of affection is doing like you get a totally different defense mechanism front of land. So let's say bacteria for example That's half jello. So that receptor. Or the estrogen receptor of plants dakin that said a certain points of jello or from some better and when they detect that part of on they send like a sidney lynne halfway or finland was biased. Light through the plant sales down the activate a defense response or to defend ourselves against the pathogens. So that's like the plant site first response to it But bacteria what they have evolved to do as they had these small proteins or relatively small proteins call factors and these factors what they can do. They can kind of turn off that plants. Though plans they try and go for gel on. They'll try to turn the pathway on and a bacterial cells secrete of that. There's an plant sale and l. Shut off that halfway. Jeez yeah no and that allows the bacteria to continue to invade the vet the planned sale with some cases plant sales. They of all some of these Resistant genes components which are located intra zillur so when arafat their turns off there signaling pathways. You have somebody's resistant. Genes that can detect those offenders and entered on this really robust defense response to kind of just get rid of packaging and so it's just this back and forth on race between planning micros is kinda fascinated with and i'm so glad you said the arms race analogy because that's all i was thinking of is like it's like tit for tat. Every new thing that one develops the other one kind of has two counter end to think that you know obviously there are different players nowadays but this is something that's probably been going on. Ever since plants evolved are crawled onto the land with their roots. And to think of all of the ways. This has been going on through time. It's just this constant change evolutionary pressure to just constantly be going back and forth with these potential pathogens and the ways you can fight them. That is so cool. Yeah i mean it's still kinda going still going on to this day like they're still evolving is still trump

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"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"On on a structural level and universities things have changed very very quickly and things that places said could never change a suddenly changed overnight. And so i think that creates opportunities to do things differently. When we do begin to regroup from this And i think the same can be true in a personal way as well. That sometimes when things are very disrupted It it creates a chance for things to sort of sift down differently into a different order. A different pattern than they were in before I think paying attention to those patterns. It's really important paying attention to the things that bring you joy Especially in dark moments like this You know what is it that feels like it's life giving and maybe are there ways that you can lean into that both in your personal life in your professional life. I would also say that careers are long and one of the things that has been very freeing for me is seeing the ways in which something that might have seemed inconsequential at a given time becomes meaningful later. And so i think doing the things that feel meaningful to you that meet your needs at this moment whether material or intellectual or social it will have a return in some way or another but it may not be a direct link that you can see at this moment so you know continuing to make people in the ways that you can It doesn't mean networking doesn't necessarily mean you know expecting some type of transactional benefit at that moment but it might mean sparking a new idea that you follow up later at at flourishes into something else it might mean creating some new possible connections for collaborative down the road i think. Just trust in yourself and trusting that when something feels like it's moving you in the right direction To to go with that to the degree that you can. This is a moment where things are very strange and i think the the wisdom that each person has about their own needs and their own goals and desires are just as valid as what can be read in any book because nobody knows what's happening right now. It's it's really unprecedented at least in my lifetime. So so trust yourself and do the things that feel like they give you life and you know. Find find support where you can those. It'd be my my words of encouragement right now. Well katina thank you so much. We've covered a lot of very important stuff. We didn't only talk about being a parent a time and being like we also talked about really Important aspects and concepts around What what it means to To be a phd in in the current job market what effect covert is having on everyone. And we're talking about us us but also employers also universities But one thing that. I feel that i really enjoyed. This conversation was talking about this. The sense of Creating some sort of community it can be a community of two of four of six but I think we're at.

"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"You think would be healthy. I for some people especially if they're far away from from their family social network of course if that is feeling like a decision that somebody wants to make absolutely think that. That's a valid decision. And i am far from my family and my partner far from my partner's family as well and we're both you know. Further along with in terms of the age of our kids and in terms of our careers to where we we have a network of kind of chosen family. Here that that we can rely on a bit but it is such a hard time and it is a moment where i think priorities have have really come into focus apologies. My computer was about to restart. I wasn't gonna did i. It's a moment where priorities have really come into focus. And i think that it you know there are a lot of things about the ways in which we work where some of that work feels more valuable than ever before some of it does not and Some of it may you know may come back to the surface as something we really want to dig into your time but there are moments where it is. It feels necessary and urgent to just be with family to focus on those more immediate questions of how we live and support one another And i think that you know the pandemic has made it really clear that those those ties are precious and their fragile. And i i absolutely consider any decision along those lines to be perfectly valid because mental health comes first rate and And if there's a child the child health also comes first and if you're happy or unhealthy mom or dad well. The child is going to also be healthier and happier but in consequence. At least that's my opinion Katina we we've covered a lot of were reaching the end of the interview. But i will mention that The listener out there. Katina has a bunch of really great videos on youtube. And i will share links to those in the show notes but i kind of i again. I think we need to have another conversation. Probably for another episode. But for today what i would want to ask to you. Is you know thinking if you picture in your mind a listener. That might be the situation of feeling alone isolated insecure about what the future holds for her for him based on your experience and maybe based on those things. 'cause i've listened to these videos and filled with lake pearls of wisdom. You know based on katina's experience what's one or two words of encouragement and may be one of two pieces of advice. Would you have for them at this time to. You know to to give it to tell them. There's a light at the end of the tunnel and And also to say well to tell them. Look you can do some self right now. That's pretty important even though you can't go to lab etc this some things that are really cool for you to do right now in the tool whenever the subsides. You'll be happy that the will have done them. I don't know if i was clear or not. But just a couple of words to to encourage and ensure some some positive message with the listeners shore. And i i don't wanna diminish anybody's experience because it is just legitimately are really hard time right now But with that in mind. I think i guess they're a couple of things that i would say. One is that moments where there is a great amount of transition and upheaval can also be moments of opportunity. I'm seeing this right now..

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"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Of what they've been accustomed to thinking about so katina is making a very important point here ignoring personal aspects of your life such as your values your non academic interests or any difficulties of struggles. You might be going through when making work related. Decisions may lead you into draining and even dangerous situations in terms of life balance and mental health. So be sure to see yourself as a multifaceted human being leaving within social ecosystem when making these decisions and you will be increasing your chances of being happy with your choices. In the long run we then went on to talking about what it means to get a phd today and about how universities can help graduate students have a broader view of what their debris can offer them in terms of professional athletes. But before going back to the interview. I just want to let you know of a promotion offer that i received for all of the peach listeners. If.

"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"A lot In terms of poppy and what the mission of the guest is And you know maybe we can have another conversation talking more and more deeply about that Because i think you have great experience and you have thought this thought about these things a lot but today we agreed to talk about something else so we are still a as a as a race. The human race fighting covid some sort of confinement everywhere limitations to things you can do Limitations the kids being able to go to school normally etc and There's also impact From covid on how people are are having it trying to get jobs at this time. People researchers Being in universities or outside outside of academia. And what we were going to talk about. Today is something that i well i. I have children. I have felt it to a certain extent. But i am. I'm no longer in research. You have people you work with. Researchers a post graduate students who have become parents recently and who are now dealing with this reality of being in academia trying to start their life as a as a young researcher but also building a family and and you know raising children now with the extra weight on their shoulders of the soviet pandemic so yourself have young children. And today we're going to talk about the experience you you have yourself but also about the experience you have helping these these people these these young researchers and well and even just talking with them about how they're dealing with things So i the first question would be Maybe asking you. How are things on their side. How do you feel they're coping. How they feel that they're dealing with it. And what are the main challenges that that you feel that they are dealing with today and maybe struggling At this moment share yeah. This has been such a hard time just on so many fronts. And i'm based in brooklyn. We saw an intense wave of ed in march It was a very unsettling time. People didn't know what was happening. And things changed very rapidly from day to day within that they're all of these intersecting types of precarity that so many of the graduate students that i work with found themselves in simultaneously. Many cuny students are not only the graduate students but many cuny students who are undergrads as well our caregivers either. For children or elderly family members many are living in an intergenerational homes..

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"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"katina" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"The hi david here. Every day i see conversations happening about how a phd in humanities in the social sciences is a dead end and a waste of time. Maybe you are having this reflection now. The truth is that i've had many conversations proving exactly the opposite. This week's interview with katrina. Rogers was one of them. I found this to be true in in my research and it was a finding that i found very surprising. Which was that. Many people who were working outside of faculty positions didn't think of their research skills something that particularly set them apart but every single employer that i interviewed said that if they hired a phd it was largely because of those research skills. And so i think for me. This was a kind of a communication breakdown. Where because in graduate school the baseline of research skill is so high that it's easy to forget that that's something that really sets you apart. Welcome to pop up each with david. Mendez the podcast where.

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Atlanta school district releases COVID-19 case numbers

AJC Briefing

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Atlanta school district releases COVID-19 case numbers

"Public schools is beginning to post covid nineteen student and staff case numbers on its website. An effort officials said is aimed at transparency. The district recently began publishing a portion of a weekly situation report produced by the georgia department of public health. The state agency collects new case numbers from individual schools at the end of each week. Compiles the data into a report and then sends it to the superintendent health department officials began requiring schools to submit the information in august but said it will be up to individual districts to release data publicly. Transparency is critical in these efforts. Said katina love it. Aps assistant superintendent of student services. It's critical that we are sharing information during the first ten weeks of required reporting. Aps recorded a total of twenty six cases. Seventeen employees and nine students according to documents provided to the atlanta journal constitution

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Lebanon: Economic Meltdown Leaves Country on the Brink of Collapse

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Lebanon: Economic Meltdown Leaves Country on the Brink of Collapse

"Hello and welcome to the foreign desk I'm Andrew. Mullah guests today, Lena Katina and Layla. Milana Allen Lena Katina is the director of the Middle East and North Africa program at Chatham House and Layla Moulana. Allen is France twenty four's correspondent in Beirut. Welcome both to the program Leyla. I'll start with you in Lebanon if one was to take a stroll through by route right now today. What indications would you see of the problems? Lebanon is having. Closed shops and bars people inside shops, doing things like asking the cashier to stop touching items when they get to a certain price on the phone to their partners, trying to figure out how many items they can afford to buy their no prices now on items in most shots because they're changing every day, people still queuing outside banks trying to get them money. People going through bins of his point trying to find food, I don't want to state situation. You know we're not chaos yet. Some people have been saying, but it is very very clear that the situation is getting increasingly discover people. Very consent.

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Dallas Women Arrested During George Floyd Protests Challenge State Anti-Rioting Law In Class Action Suit

The Dallas Morning News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas Women Arrested During George Floyd Protests Challenge State Anti-Rioting Law In Class Action Suit

"In a bid to persuade courts to declare Texas, anti-rioting law unconstitutional. Three protesters sued the city of Dallas yesterday. Same police erroneously used riot charges and other offenses to jail them violating their free speech Rights Dallas Residents Lily Katina's Yolanda. Yolanda mcgriff and Meghan nor dyke were featured in Dallas. Morning News story that raised questions about arrests on May. Thirtieth during protests over George Floyd's death under the knee of apples officer hours after the June, Twelfth Story was published Dallas. Police said they were dropping the charges. The lawsuit filed in the US District Court in Dallas marks the first Texas effort in roughly forty years to test the legitimacy of the anti writing statute, arguing that the law is. Is overly broad and concessionaire, innocent people

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Resonate Recordings launches a podcast host

podnews

02:53 min | 2 years ago

Resonate Recordings launches a podcast host

"We start with an exclusive resonate recordings has launched its own hosting platform resonate being the editing mixing and mastering platforms. Hosting Service Means Simpler workflows. The company says with analytics, a podcast, micro sites and to imbedded players. Costing is proving to be recession proof. According to the CEO of. Fatima's add who's writing for pod news today. Looking at how podcasts fared during the pandemic, a why she believes that podcasting is resilient and offers great opportunities to come twenty five percent of Latinos in the US a monthly podcast listeners according to the Latino podcast listener report from Edison Research Tinos also spend more time listening to audio Katina USA. NPR REX have announced a new partnership. The Latino USA podcast will join pr ex from October the first. NPR has announced this late for the second half of two thousand and twenty, including three new shows and a change for invisibility. Fair. APP has had an update the popular podcast APP now includes Apple Watch support a relax and sleep collection of shows and full support for ipad cast box is now correctly sending a user agent with its RSS feed scraper. After we reported bargain, the user agent is in our show notes and our newsletter today reporting user agents that pass, RSS Feeds. Helped to gain more accurate analytics. Motorcycles launched an updated version of their podcast tools, director, including articles and resources. The pivot podcast is hosting a series of virtual events called schooled in August. The shows will include live interviews and the opportunity for you to ask questions in real time nominees third annual audio theatre central Seneca awards have been announced. The winners will be announced on July. The twenty fourth and audio description has come to Australian public service television, allowing people with visual impairments to join TV programs and movies like this from frozen reindeer jams the. Place and penstock like a proud puppy. One him with his stick. Then goes to sneeze. He grabs his nose with both hands. His head shoots frozen coming this winter and our focus on those when those audio described shows be great as podcasts. Polk News Pablo. Torre will be the new host of the ESPN daily podcast from Aug launched today. Missing all murdered looks at Katie O'Shea who vanished in a small country town in Queensland in Australia in two thousand five adult lily wants to know the answer to that one question and the Vesey's view has former British Minister Vesey's looking at tech disruption. His guest is unlisted. Benedict Evans

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Don't Run The Boston Marathon Route On Monday, Mayor Walsh Says

WBZ Afternoon News

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Don't Run The Boston Marathon Route On Monday, Mayor Walsh Says

"Governor Baker is bring in a briefing this afternoon lamenting that this weekend is normally one of the most exciting for Boston it was a typical year it was around this time of year would all be well underway with the final preparations to welcome thousands of runners to the state would be participating in the Boston Marathon on patriots day this year while the right race will not be taking place on Monday the sentiment I think we all feel here in Massachusetts on marathon Monday remains true and that's the Massachusetts is strong we are resilient and we can run any marathon anybody wants us to run but he echoed a similar request that we've also heard from organizers the town of Hopkinton and the folks who reside at the marathon starting line it came as quite a blow to the folks of Hopkinton when the decision was made to postpone this year's Boston Marathon absolutely disappointing and on a personal level two for select board vice chair John Katina right guard is running her first Boston and was devastated that was postponed but times being what they are he understands and asked people not together or run the marathon route in Hopkinton on Monday the people that we serve it just like the people of our great nation are you know really comes down to safety safety safety because when we emerge on the other side of the peak the race will be much sweeter Boston Marathon day on September fourteenth it's going to be bigger and better all this pent up energy that people have it's gonna be even better than the other twenty fourth would have

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Modern lifehacks

Pass It On

06:34 min | 2 years ago

Modern lifehacks

"Headphone shudder you. I'm trying I'm trying to Steve. The volume control on your smartphones headphones can be used to such release this way. You can take a picture with your camera without your camera shaking Christopherson brought by ferry. Andy Right WHA- okay. I know so the Plus Button. Yeah the plus and minus button. You hit for more in line in line remote control when thanks to camera can also click the shutter on your camera so you say your camera up somewhere tripolar slightly making something and if you if you act of pressing the sharp button with your fingers with. Chiku camera is we. Using a like effective August photographers would use a remote lease shelter. And you can take that. She can alternatively at airports. That does it. Doesn't you right attentively? If you have an Apple Watch then you can see on your watch. What camera you're seeing so up. Go back to join. The group praised the three second timer casually hands in your pockets having check the freemen. Take a job son. Drake Group selfie right on there. Like Saudi full Griffey okay. How many times of US Postal weekend zeal? Coney deal right. I'm going to is that. The is that the metric for us. I'm going to introduce an innovation to the puzzle and tips podcast. I'm going to stop just because it seems to me and for this week only I'm going to introduce a scoring system so I'm giving but them I'm giving that tip to Tim O. My God harsh. I knew Jake rival Harvard over but no I don't think I would use video of I understand. I can see saying but when when I said tips and hawks I meant clever little things what people have discovered and have found useful. No that's take that was invented by UPPAL as I was the operating system of a piece of technical but not everybody knows that. I didn't know that you'd iphone could do that. So I should apply. I think having no Shared the Katina for success with us. The had some guys life is about teaching house. You don't you're not gonNA clever whatsoever because you're not going to understand it whatsoever. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA go and Miss Steve. I can't read. I like Steve. Rc At lake. Steve Fake Tan move. I mean he's aisling ordered count so hard to get off and would deliver yes. Yeah Yeah exactly. So you kind of have to this. This is more of a story than a tip but I might let down to Monday. I'm going to have to explain. Fake Tonto Steve. And that's a whole entire podcast concept of. Yeah Okay So. It's hard to so if you want to take off an old layered and put on a newly are for an eye or whatever you have to take off so have you seen those scabby things that you get that you put the Lid Fadi. Let quit and two. They're totally several times. You say yeah so I use one of them. Like Scouts Scouting pods felt with victim over what she can buy an score and actually works. Very well obviously distill your tip to. It's very sick to get this stuff of your skin you know. Don't boss. I scar point. Leslie will bleed but once you take that many layers of skin on with with a this scatter ADESCO Dr. The delivery mechanism built into it. Sorta stop so. When you need to take de ton DEATON BEC- be Thanh on. But you want to take off on Morton which is against you back to the same place. I am the point right so use you wash vigorously with a fairly vigorous sponge like thing so uteck pint. Dusk is this guy with with the with the sun in the handle is being dispensed through the sponge. I think was it a such a thing as speak Tundra move. Oh Yeah I mean it's not belly and you still need to give up available. Spa Alpha also known to use 'em to they call it cream am I just couldn't stop. I've ever heard of the pink stuff. They'll top of 'em pink makes full like like scoping for like using on. Pvc and stuff of us. That and I'm going to have no skin left by the time in theory. I think it's a clever thing this scattered thing with the insight. I know feeling I was Louis really harsh. I was overly harsh. Calibrate your scoring system like trust you've been elevated to fool and I'm GonNa get you don't you all during the to your deck. Come on you're doing something that doesn't need done with something that sneak. John was on with the old fake ton. What's wrong with snobby? Look at Skopje known. What's on with not having just being you know so scotch. You're not giving me all you know. One did think of a one. But I'm giving you tonight. Okay can I. Oh you're going again. No score years. You certainly can.

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"katina" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

The God and Gigs Show

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"katina" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

"It it's not a Katina underscore. Dr K that's why you see like a lot automatic videos and also you can also follow me on Europe to you too is subscribed in light. Youtube is were your been doing this for years as far as social media health education. And Aware Mr. You will sign mania topic that pertains to you news video that you missed over the years and that you too. I have a collection of videos. That will be probably best for you. So Oh I g you to twitter but not so much so the idea of course facebook and then my website and many questions questions. I'm here for you all and just just make health priority axelrod beautiful. We're GonNa make sure thank you so much gonNa make all those links in the show notes. Everybody's listening listening. Go Click on those notes and make sure you connect with Katina contend. This is an absolutely a blessing and one of those informative Episodes I think we've ever had thank give so much of a giving a time and hopefully we'll be. We'll do our checkup our next checkup with you on a future episode and hopefully near guided. I'll be happy to come back Dan. Wow well I feel like I have it had more..

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"katina" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

The God and Gigs Show

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"katina" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

"Build a life. That is free of those temporary problems. Things that you face as creative we just try to bring you the information that you would need to build your best creative life. That's what we do from the inside out Out from the inside a yep. That's the way we determine inside out like whatever's going on inside is going to come out and you're singing you're playing so that's what we do here so please please if you haven't already Krista what would we like them to do. Subscribe subscribe. Subscribe to the podcast wherever that button is if it spotify apple podcast wherever you're listening we're there so share at this podcast share the episode with other people because we WANNA help out as many creatives as we can't so We have a very interesting practical and really a subject we have. I don't think we've talked about this subject on this podcast before you know. So what who we're going to be speaking to. And what are we going to be talking about. Her name is Dr Katina Katina Kennedy. I believe Davis Kennedy. I think full name. If you look up you just look Dr Dr Katina so let me lose. Her Bio Dr Katina provide high quality services for health education through speaker presentations at various events and conferences conferences. Her vision is to inspire others to transform into their higher capacity to health awareness and health education. So Crystal Oh you found her through your research. I guess you'd followed her. And then you saw you saw her out. Because I was already following her on facebook Gotcha and I just thought her method was just really really good really effective. She's has has no hair on her tongue. She's very frank as they say and she really gets at the heart of health issues she talks about sexual health and it just all kinds of stuff stuff and I was like I thought she would be great guest. I think that she proved to be a good gas. Because as we kind of laughed about this this is kind of like a creative checkup from all of you. That may not have gone into your monthly. Take maybe haven't seen the value of physical health and as we say in the interview which will hear a lot of US creators musicians. We don't take care of our physical health or we think there's their blocks. There's financial blocks. There's time block. There's all these reasons why we don't prioritise health. But truly we can't do what we do do if we don't take care of our physical health health is wealth absolutely is connected. You can't have any wealth without first taking care of your ability to make doc art to make your living to do business if you're sick and if you're not yourself if you're in like we talked about it and if you will let Katina talk more about it she gives us so many practical ways to what we're dealing with interns of our physical bodies and what we can do to be better so with that list US handed it off to our interview with Dr Katina. It's our pleasure today to have Dr.

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"katina" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"katina" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"They look like I did it. I mean I saw some of them but I didn't find one particular that was a great Katina calendar begins and it says in December or January and goes through July so like a lunar calendar in which at that time the chief Katina's will bless the village and perform certain rituals to says designate. The beginning of the year it has said the Katina belief has been around since the thirteen hundred which is based on the ancient drawings at that have been found in the ruins of of the different tribes. That's crazy at one time The Hopi people believe that the Katina's had visited during the first of the four worlds that they believed existed like I said previously as long as the word Katina itself means life bringer. So based on that one can speculate how much humans were reliant upon them you know it is at the Age Egypt ten that people become a part of the Katina practice in order to become part of the practice. The person must believe that everything in the world consists of both visible object as well as a complimentary spiritual to object said to be a blend of masses and energies for everything. So it's almost kind of like a pair of Universe of energy or deserts. Yeah okay Those who believe say the Katina are observed in the form of steam and miss that can appear in in nature became Katina dolls. I became more widely known when non-native visitors came out to the South West in the eighteen hundreds and begin to see them granted they had been existed hundreds of years prior to that That being said Katina dolls can now be seen and collected in many places across the South West. In fact in our very own heard museum here in Phoenix it contains a collection of them within the museum within the shopping. That's right down the street that I can walk there there. Yeah that's crazy. You should go see their Katina dot com really want to we. We should go. Yeah we could get pictures and then put them up for this picture. Their hands mix the native Americans really depend on on the exhibit and the practice. Yeah totally super cool. So KATINA's yeah. I thought I'd pick that story. Because it's very significant to the southwest and not like a lot of other native or other people in different parts of the world know about no. I had no idea what I really like about. It is how for the most part you have. These spirits their their malevolent. The this is cool. I get to symbiotic thing where it's you know we're working together. Yeah it's I mean I can't say that one hundred percent but you can almost think of them as like take the Saints Saints in Catholic Catholicism. Our helpers yeah no true Y- like you play pray through the saints. I remember seeing Katina dolls and people. People are dressed like that when I was younger and ceremonies and stuff and they scared me because anything. I think anything supernatural can be scary Gary to something look a little frightening. If you're not used to it. Obviously I would. I'd be scared. I think that's a really fun. Like almost children's book our show is people in the KATINA's they're like helping him out and they appear in different objects and stuff like we need no more native American representation take that would be cool for them. That'd be really cool all right well. That was really fun. That was really informative Yup cool. Everyone can guess our next week topic Dick and is there anything else. That's see you next weekend bye..

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Witches & Saints: Kahina

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:46 min | 2 years ago

Witches & Saints: Kahina

"Expansion in north west Africa during the seventh century she's legendary for supposed- which he powers that she used to defend her homeland from invasion let's travel back to the deserts of North Africa to meet the one and only Cahuna it's unclear title meaning Prophet Seer or which most of what we know about CAHUNA comes from Arab historians who after her death and wrote about the Muslim conquest of Africa many of those historians Sake Heena as Jewish sorceress who descended from Ethiopian choose some say she was Christian and drew her power from a religious relic still others say that she practiced the Amazon faith an indigenous African religion in which followers worshiped the sun Hino's father or uncle was famous freedom fighter and leader himself some stories say that when she was young she married a man who had oppressed her people and murdered him on at our wedding night out of revenge obviously we can't know for sure but Katrina has been described as tall long hair she wore in dreadlocks as an adult Kahin became queen of a sovereign state in the aures mountains in what's now Algeria since around the year five thirty four that region of Africa has been part of the eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire it remained under the empire's domain until the seventh century that point following the founding of Islam as a religion Arab armies began a spree of conquests across the region a Hino's most famous series of conflict Makina used her supernatural abilities to fight the invaders this claim was likely made because the defeats Katrina inflicted upon this powerful Muslim army seem nearly impossible and thus must have been related to some sort of magic or sorcery she was set to see the future and to communicate with birds give her advanced warning of invaders Katrina beat those forces multiple times likely reinforcing tales of her magical abilities then the always get muddled some accounts say that after beating Hassan if an all new on back Kina burned anything that her enemies could have found useful and her territory stories in other words she used scorched earth tactics to ensure they wouldn't come back as you can imagine her allies weren't particularly pleased out that so when the Arab armies returned many flipped sides and Kahin a smaller army was defeated some accounts tell a different story justice that the Arab armies burned lands either way Tahina died she was either killed in battle took poison to avoid capture or was captured and executed Katina's true life story is a bit of a mystery that lack of clarity when it comes to her actual by graphical details has allowed cahuna serve as a heroic symbol for a variety of movements including anti-colonialism and North African nationals

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Russian state TV lists Moscow's 'nuclear targets' in US

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Russian state TV lists Moscow's 'nuclear targets' in US

"Russian state television has listed a number of US military facilities that Moscow water target in the event of a nuclear strike, Stephen Russia analysts don't cover to the collapse off the Soviet Union for the BBC welcome to the program. So first of all, Stephen Katina. Explain us a bit what kind of a television broken. Are we talking about over here? Well, it's title is news of the week. I think what's more relevant is the journalist who presented ZIM ankle Dmitri Kissiliov. Now Dimitri in the nine hundred ninety s was one of that breed of very exciting Russian journalists who was taking advantage of the the throwing off the Soviet shackles and an trying investigative journalism and new stories and and journalists mutt. So much. An no flood of bad journalism. There's an awful lot of outrageous journalism, but there's a lot of very exciting journalism in the nineteen nineties. But unfortunately, Dmitri it's decided that you know, he should be on the side of of leading mccutchen. And he is now become just the most outrageous spokesperson for horrific stories. Having a go at the west he wants talked about last year's don't about turning that that if the Americans got tough, we could turn America into radioactive ash that was on the same program, ROY. So the latest one is there. No, he's been listing. These US military facilities that Moscow was targeting the events of nuclear strike. What have we learned? What are those targets?

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FOX, Fox News and Disney discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

01:15 min | 4 years ago

FOX, Fox News and Disney discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"When it expires next month he says that information's been used. To go after law-abiding citizens global news twenty four hours. A day on air and tick tock on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Analysts in twenty, countries thanks Nathan now with our other, top stories Joel Schneider this update is brought to you by Ray Katina Jaguar see the newest SUV from, Jaguar test. Drive the all new two thousand eighteen e pace with special offers Ray Cotin Jaguar of Edison it's victory on the economy for President Trump GDP accelerated. To a four point one percent annual growth rate in the second quarter that's the fastest since. Twenty, fourteen the expansion is expected to cool still the president. Called it an economic turnaround of historic proportions. And he says today's numbers are sustainable twenty-first-century FOX and Walt Disney. Shareholders approved the. Sale of FOX's entertainment assets we get details from Bloomberg's Pat Carroll the company's, investors gave their blessings to the seventy one. Billion dollar transaction separate votes at the New York Hilton Midtown in Manhattan when, the deal was announced in December Disney said it would take, twelve to, eighteen months to close a timetable the company is sticking with upon completion a new FOX will emerge focused on broadcast TV sports and the. Fox News. Channel, Disney CEO Bob Igor now,.

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Trump says would back both U.S House immigration bills as separation crisis grows

Curtis & Eboni

01:39 min | 4 years ago

Trump says would back both U.S House immigration bills as separation crisis grows

"Two seventy seven abc new york it's eight six and partly cloudy in new york i'm jerry barmash what the stories we'll be talking about on seventy seven wabc president trump is defending his border policy that separates children from parents or suspected of trying to enter the us legally at a small business conference in washington today trump saying current law allows for only two choices to set families free or separate them so what i'm asking congress to do is to give us a third option which we have been requesting since last year the legal authority to detain and properly removed families together as a unit we have to be able to do this this is the only solution to the border crisis we have to stop child smuggling this is the way to do changes for how the city handles marijuana smoking in public i wanna be straightforward we had to find our way on the issue of marijuana start a few years ago with deciding that we would not arrest for low level possession and the number of arrests for low level possession went down greatly and again we got safer at the same time starting in september the majority of new yorkers will get a criminal summons instead of arrest for smoking pot massive backups from an overturned dump truck on the ear near cassino boulevard at least four people are hurt the extent of their injuries isn't known here's christy o'brien with right now traffic traffic center problems continue on the e all lanes blocked eastbound between mainstream katina boulevard because no return.

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Trump says US and NKorea talking at 'extremely high level

01:34 min | 4 years ago

Trump says US and NKorea talking at 'extremely high level

"On their way and tsp says this is the first death on a us airliner in nine years south korea has my blessing so what president trump is saying as the south and north korea prepare for talks to bring the korean war to a formal end after more than six decades president spoke as he begins two days of meetings with japan's prime minister shinzo ave in florida the white house says president trump hopes to ease concerns about steel and aluminum tariffs as well as possible talks between the president and north korean leader kim jong un one thing we do not expect to come out of this week's maralago summit president trump's tax returns on this final day of the twenty seventeen filing season white house says the president has filed for a six month extension as many americans with complex returns do according to a statement from white house press secretary sarah sanders deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is asking for an extension to handover copies of memos that fired fbi director james comey says he kept about his meetings with president trump the heads of three house committees have asked for them rosen's stein says some of those memos may have information about active investigations global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm john schneider this this update is brought to you by land rover at a thin for rotating confidence nothing compared to driving a twenty eighteen range rover villar see for yourself with special limited time offers from land rover edison are katina dealership goldman sachs which suffered a.

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