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"league women" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"A highly anticipated report finally dropped yesterday from no less than the former acting attorney general of the United States. Sally Yates detailed the failures and the toxicity of the national women's soccer league. After a yearlong investigation. A culture of abuse, silence, and fear of retaliation perpetuated the misconduct. In this environment, many players and team staff members had believed that reporting this conduct would be futile and it would actually be detrimental to their careers. Normalization of this conduct allowed teams the league and the federation to ignore their respective responsibilities of addressing abuse of conduct. That conduct and the NWSL's refusal to address it happened to be the focus of both the episode you are about to hear and a new E 60 film, truth be told, be fight for women's professional soccer, that's been in the works for months now. And so we should note that today's show contains depictions of sexual coercion and abuse. Jennifer Carson Strauss, we're here to discuss a specific year inside the national women's soccer league. That is really just unlike anything else that's happened in a professional sports league that I can recall. And the film you directed about it for E 60 with Lisa salters reporting, it begins at one very specific moment. So what was it and when was it? Yeah, October 6th, 2021, almost a year ago. All games across the country in the national women's soccer league stopped play in the 6th minute, which had never been done before. You know, I think a lot of people at that time were wondering what was going on. It was a moment that grabbed national headlines, not just in sports, but across the nation. As that 6 minute approach is in every woman on the field knows what's going to happen in that 6th minute. The referee blows the whistle. Do you have a whistle on the field? We wondered what we might see tonight and players from both teams, including from the benches. Enter to the center circle. And all join arms. You can see players from both teams arm in arm length. They're all moving to the center circle together right now. Not just with their own teammates, but with the other team, who they're playing against, to have this moment of solidarity. Every player from both teams in the middle of the field, I think you can see you can feel the weight of this statement, this moment for the players. When you ask the players involved in that coordinated moment. What did they remember thinking about? What were they hoping to do as they remembered it? They were nervous. And there was a lot of emotions, whether you had been directly affected or not by any sort of abuse, verbal emotional sexual. You were feeling the pain of what was happening in this league. Women felt fed up. And just disgusted. And ready to put their foot down. These women were standing up for long overdue change. The fallout from the abuse scandal rocking the national women's soccer league. We see over and over again what's referred to as a culture of silence. This now makes three coaches total, the national women's soccer league has fired in its ranks for misconduct. They want to have trust in management. They want to have trust in coaches and they haven't had that. There were systemic abuse issues happening in the league and it wasn't just that year. It had been going on for a long time. And in the NWSL, we had reported and found out that there was this culture of silence that had existed. And this was a moment where these women decided we're
"league women" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tollways. The double league woman is dead after a house fire and hand over park yesterday afternoon, but it could have been much worse. WGN's Proto tumulty reports. Estrich corridor and Victor Sanchez live along thornwood street in Hanover park, who spotted something suspicious this afternoon just before four. We don't see the fight. And then we were so much more than I said, what is it? The wrist to their neighbor's house from which we're told smoke was billowing and no one two children were inside, they opened a door and Victor went in, pulling the kids out of harm's way the woman who died in the fire in the 7300 block of thorn wood street has been identified as 83 year old NCA Valencia. They hand over part fire department says two of its firefighters suffered minor injuries in the fire. The cause of the blaze remains under investigation. According to police, a man between the ages of 18 and 26 is in critical condition at Saint Francis hospital with gunshot wounds to his head and neck. He was found with those wounds while lying in the backyard of an apartment building on the 6400 block of north Hamilton and Rogers park just before 8 last night. The circumstances behind the shooting are currently unknown. No one is in custody. Area three detectives are investigating. CPD also says a 62 year old man was walking down the 7600 block of south Saginaw in south shore around 8 20 last night when he suffered a gunshot wound to his eye. He's listening to critical condition at University of Chicago hospital, but was able to tell police the chef's shooter was traveling in the vehicle. Nor the details are available at this time, no arrests have been made. Area two detectives are investigating. A state board of elections is working to answer questions about voting by mail. The frequently asked questions portion of the board's website has been updated to help point voters in the right direction. Spokesperson met Dietrich says this includes what to do if you never received your requested ballot or what if you change your mind and want to vote in person. Can I take my vote by mail ballot and can I drop it off at either an early voting location or at my polling place on election day? And the answer to that is no. If you try to do that, you will be offered the chance to surrender your ballot and then vote in person instead. Dietrich says about half of all election jurisdictions in Illinois have vote by mail drop off boxes. The United Nations secretary general is among the world leaders reacting to the disaster in Seoul, South Korea. Secretary general Antonio Gutierrez released a statement saying he quote is deeply saddened by the tragic accident. Over 150 people were killed in a crowd rushed during Halloween festivities and the city's Italian district Saturday night. President Biden said that he and the First Lady are grieving with the people of the republic of Korea and wish for a quick recovery to all those who are injured. In a White House statement Biden added their hearts go out to the families of at least two Americans who died during the tragedy. Over 130 people have died after a century old pedestrian bridge collapsed into a river in the western Indian state of Gujarat on Sunday evening. State minister harsh Sanger says that one and a three two people have died so far and that many were admitted to hospitals. Local media reports over a hundred people plunged into the Machu river when the pedestrian bridge in the state's warby district collapsed. The colonial era suspension bridge had reopened four days ago after renovation. Officials said the bridge gave way because it could not handle the number of people on it. The Hindu festival season had drawn hundreds of people to the recently opened tourist attraction. And the U.S. is getting dangerously low on diesel, demand for fuel is up, and at the
"league women" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"A highly anticipated report finally dropped yesterday from no less than the former acting attorney general of the United States. Sally Yates detailed the failures and the toxicity of the national women's soccer league. After a yearlong investigation. A culture of abuse, silence, and fear of retaliation, perpetuated the misconduct. In this environment, many players and team staff members have believed that reporting this conduct would be futile and it would actually be detrimental to their careers. Normalization of this conduct allowed teams the league and the federation to ignore their respective responsibilities of addressing abuse of conduct. That conduct and the NWSL's refusal to address it happened to be the focus of both the episode you are about to hear and a new E 60 film, truth be told, the fight for women's professional soccer, that's been in the works for months now. And so we should note that today's show contains depictions of sexual coercion and abuse. Jennifer Carson Strauss, we're here to discuss a specific year inside the national women's soccer league. That is really just unlike anything else that's happened in a professional sports league that I can recall. And the film you directed about it for E 60 was Lisa salters reporting, it begins at one very specific moment. So what was it and when was it? Yeah, October 6th, 2021, almost a year ago. All games across the country in the national women's soccer league stopped play in the 6th minute, which had never been done before. You know, I think a lot of people at that time were wondering what was going on. It was a moment that grabbed national headlines, not just in sports, but across the nation. As that 6 minute approach is in every woman on the field knows what's gonna happen in that 6th minute. The referee blows the whistle. Do you have a whistle on the field? We wondered what we might see tonight and players from both teams, including from the benches. Enter to the center circle and all join arms. You can see players from both teams Armin arm links. They're all moving to the center circle together right now. Not just with their own teammates, but with the other team, who they're playing against. To have this moment of solidarity. Every player from both teams in the middle of the field, I think you can see you can feel the weight of this statement, this moment for the players. When you ask the players involved in that coordinated moment. What did they remember thinking about? What were they hoping to do as they remembered it? They were nervous. And there was a lot of emotions, whether you had been directly affected or not by any sort of abuse, verbal, emotional, sexual, you were feeling the pain of what was happening in this league. Women felt fed up. And just disgusted and ready to put their foot down. These women were standing up for long overdue change. The fallout from the abuse scandal rocking the national women's soccer league. We see over and over again what's referred to as a culture of silence. This now makes three coaches total, the national women's soccer league has fired in its ranks for misconduct. They want to have trust in management. They want to have trust in coaches and they haven't had that. There were systemic abuse issues happening in the league and it wasn't just that year. It had been going on for a long time. And in the NWSL, we had reported and found out that there was this culture of silence that had existed. And this was a moment where these women decided we're
"league women" Discussed on WTOP
"People and technology forward. Two 45 Dave Preston the drama starting early in the Francis tiafoe match. Yes, all eyes on Arthur Ashe stadium, the roof is up, but the men's quarterfinal match is underway between heights full Maryland native Francis tiafoe and number 9, Andrei Rublev, they're in the first set tiafoe trailing 5 four. This is the deepest, the 24 year old has ever played in a Grand Slam tournament earlier today in flushing women's number 6 are in a sabalenka disposes of Carolina plus kova in straight sets. NFL commander's practicing minus safety cam curl wide receiver cam Sims and tight end Logan Thomas were limited today. How big is week one for head coach Ron Rivera? When you practice during training camp, there's no consequence. So everybody's flying around. Then you play a preseason game, and there's a few consequences and some guys kind of duck. Then you get into the real games, and then you really find out who's stepping up. Oh, we'll find out who's stepping up Sunday when the burgundy and gold host Jacksonville there are three point favorite. Ravens will face former quarterback Joe Flacco in week one, the Super Bowl 47 MVP was named the New York Jets starter as Zach Wilson is out with a knee injury at least until week four. Baseball New York med sleep Pittsburgh 5 one and the 6th and the vets do place Max Scherzer in the 15 day injured list with left side irritation, nationals will pitch rookie Corey Abbott this evening at St. Louis 7 45 start on 1500 a.m. the Orioles tangle with Toronto at Camden yards trailing the Blue Jays by three and a half games for the final playoff spot in the American League. Women's college basketball Maryland announces its Big Ten schedule. They tip off conference play Thursday December 8th when they visit Purdue. Dave Preston sports Thanks, Dave. Tough stories were following for you on WTO flash flood warnings have just been canceled for both southwestern Frederick county and Washington county in Maryland, but we still have a lot of heavy rain in that region, western Maryland, more details coming during traffic and weather in just a few minutes. Virginia's General Assembly holds a special session in Richmond this afternoon, the official reason is to vote on judicial appointments. Governor Glenn youngkin also wants them to consider repealing a law that commits Virginia
"league women" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"8 four four 747 88 68 is our toll free telephone number that's 8 four four 747 88 68. I want to go to the patriot mobile newsmaker line. We've been following another big story. Out of the world of collegiate sports, the University of Pennsylvania nominating a man for their woman of the year award Leah Thomas. And that's got I'm telling you this whole battle over transgender athletes is rocking the sports world. I want to go to the phone lines, marshy Smith is from icons and it's an organization that's been fighting speaking out about this and defending biological female athletes, marshy so good to have you on the program today. Thank you so much for having me. What are what are some of the concerns that you have based on the news coming out now that UPenn is pretty much Tripoli down and nominating Leah Thomas for this NCAA award. Well, this nomination is truly outrageous. You know, Penn and the Ivy League have essentially been running an anti woman campaign throughout this entire season. And there has just been consistent and frequent harassment of their current women athletes, you know, they were making constant threats that any statements in opposition to their guidelines that allowed a male competitor to compete in the women's category. They were asked to be cleared through the university first. So freedom of speech was nonexistent on the team, which extended to their families. They were told to seek counseling to make themselves okay with uncomfortable feelings, changing in the locker room. They essentially surrendered Ivy League conference titles, including Ivy League woman of the meet after their conference championship, the world watched the NCAA championship title in the 500 free go to a male athlete and now this is like another kind of nail in the coffin of women's collegiate sports by this nomination for women of the year. So the conference is making a big statement on the flip side and you being in Tennessee, I'm sure I don't have to convince you too hard, but the SVC really needs a pat on the back because they have backed the university of Kentucky and Riley gained who tied for 5th place with Leah Thomas at the championship meet. In so many ways, they have encouraged her to use her free speech to speak out and object the object to the guidelines that are in place currently and they've gone so far as to award Riley missed wildcat and SEC community service leader of the year. And this is after she has publicly spoken out. And now she is a nominee on behalf of the university of Kentucky and the SEC as well for NCAA women of the.
"league women" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Don't think that would be a bad thing. Why not? The one thing I wonder about from Chelsea's perspective and I know I've banged on about Lukaku all along. Tools signed off on Lukaku. Chelsea don't have any other job about center forwards, like actual real center forwards. Unless you want to go down the Armando brazier route, all right, maybe one day they will. They don't have a guy. And then we can put Harvard's in there and have this endless debate about Harvard's, but then you still need a backup or you want team Werner to be like the little type of guy. It's weird. And I think Chelsea needs to think long and hard about whether this is really the wise choice. That's true. Lucien Favre could be back at bursa munchie, Jules makes sense to you. I would love to see that. I'm not always keen on people returning to their clubs. We mentioned that before. And I think he would be different because if I think he fits so well with that club he obviously had a very good experience there. Then he left, he did some good things, some not so good things. But yeah, they need someone to just stabilize everything and that can voice, sometimes he's a bit annoying. And because you want to shake and say, go and be a bit more energetic. Yeah, it would be a big yes for me. Gab, I know masar was a special place in your heart. You'd rather run Madrid in January 2000 and 7 and announce on Sunday that he's leaving after 15 years and a half season. That's pretty special, right? I just think it's so long ago. Do you know who the Real Madrid manager was then? No. Fabio Capello. Fabio Capello. And he arrived together with Fernando gago and 9 in Gonzalo Higuaín. Yes. And it's pretty remark I mean, I think Gaga's career never reached the heights of the other two. It was a really good player. He had a lot of injuries. But yeah, Franco baldini brought them in and it's pretty amazing. And I know I know you've mocked them. I know you said, oh look. When you play the winner, but he is parallel with Dani Alves. Of course. But he was such an incredible attacking force in his prime. And plus he's so cool, especially when I'm with a big hair and I love him. You gotta love that. Now, Liverpool had decided that they were going to have a parade regardless to celebrate the two cup finals, even if they didn't win the Champions League. They had their parade, if you're into parades and stuff, they loved it, my whole accounts, the players loved it. Some people sneer at this. Are you one of those who say, oh, definitely shouldn't have a parade. No, definitely not. I mean, you had to plan it in case you want the Champions League, but there's nothing wrong in celebrating trophies. Whether it's the League Cup and the FA Cup, which is a double, I think arsenal dealing in the 90s is really done. Not many clubs win both. Well, you were so close to winning the primarily and the Champions League as well. Celebrate the whole season. You don't just celebrate the League Cup final. You celebrate the whole season. And it was a great season that could have been an incredible season with the quadruple. And see how many fans turned up. It defines the we're not happy with the season. They wouldn't have turned up in numbers. I think the players were really taken aback by how many and the passion that was found showed. And again, showing how great fans they are and I've got nothing against pirating for what was a really fantastic season. A 100% with you. You're not celebrating the trophy. I don't you celebrate the performance. Exactly. You celebrate this incredible season that they have. Absolutely nothing wrong with that. And if you shared it, let's face it. You're a bit of a mountain. God, tell us what happened with crazy stuff in oviedo on the last day of the second division in Spain. This is heartbreaking and in this, by the way, is part of the reason why Sid Lowe wasn't with us on the show today by cities. So essentially a video in the second division, they needed a whole bunch of results to go their way. And they needed a victory to get into the playoff spots for promotion to the top flight. And so they were playing Ibiza. Post clubbing. He scored the winner boka Boston penalty in the 95th minute. And in the meantime, news filtered through from the fans that one of the results it needed to go their way, against irona that the ironic scored, and so therefore they were up. Problem is that game finished now now. They're celebrating it's a mass pylon. And then word can get through to them and they get up and they look around and say, what? It's not true. They didn't win. It was Neil now. It was heartbreaking. It was really, really cool. You know, via those big rivals, south of eagle are going to troll them about this mercilessly for a long time. All in big Lyonnais have won the French league women's football. Of course, competing a champion league league on double. Jules, your reaction. Yeah, well done to them, Sonia Bon pasto for first season as the manager is doing an amazing job considering how disappointing last season was to bounce back the way they did, beating Barcelona, who we thought was invincible. In the final in the way they did as well with the manner. And then now PSG, they were they had a few points, there were three points clear of PhD before that came in Paris on Sunday, but that will make sure that they win the title now, which is a great double, not the first one, of course, because they have won the league 15 times. And a lot of Champions League as well. But well done to them, and my cario, the U.S. midfielder, who, for me, is the player of the season in all leagues, has been incredible again in that game, scoring the only goal. So well done to them. And then has a play just 83 minutes gap in Real Madrid's Champions League campaign, but the fact that they want it reportedly means that Chelsea will collect a cool 15 million pound bonus. So when we added all up, the transfer fee and et cetera selling him to rabbit three years ago seems to be the greatest moves in Chelsea history, right? Honestly, when this goes better, he had one year left on his contract. Now, the value of the transfer, depending on who you talk to, because he's anywhere between 80 and a 110 million. I don't know some people counting the bonuses or whatever. But this is really the gift that keeps on giving. And it's not a knock on Eden Hazard, who's one of my favorite players. It's been really unlucky with injury, could have gotten very different in Madrid. But from Chelsea's perspective, and I say this again and again, when a player has a year left on his contract, and so often, it just makes sense to sell because it's going to cost you more to keep them, especially if it is in his late 20s. They've done pretty well without him as well. Exceptionally well. Rachel, is that brings us to an end, but we got to come back. We got to come back on Thursday. Because we'll be reflecting Wednesday night. It is the real world championship. The champions of South America, Argentina, yes, play the champions of Europe, Italy and Wednesday night. It's my World Cup. We're not going to the other one in Doha. We love you. Right. So join us then. Until then, love the game. Love your neighbor. Love yourself. Hey guys, this is Mina chimes. The host of the manikin show.
"league women" Discussed on WTOP
"At 15 and 45 powered by Red River Technology decisions aren't black and white Think red 9 15 and over to Dave Johnson Well the category this morning things that only happened once every 75 seasons actually three times every 75 seasons MBA That's why I never game show host I got the question wrong The winner is Thomas sador ansky last night He had a scoreless double double No points 13 assists and ten rebounds That's only the third time it's ever happened at NBA history It was part of the wizards one 27 one ten whatever the magic crystals porzingis led the wizards with 35 points The United States has done it They have qualified for the World Cup after missing out in 2018 for the first time in 32 years They are going to cut her later this November when the tournament takes place a draw will be tomorrow They did suffer two nothing lost to Costa Rica but they didn't need to win to qualify Why should spare rally from a two now they deficit a Tutu time with North Carolina On the rich eisen show former Washington quarterback Alex Smith while he reflected on his time in D.C. There's a lot of there's a lot of stuff going on there A lot of distraction It makes it difficult to kind of focus in on the football I know they're trying to settle it down It's still I think kind of remains to be seen if it's going to happen I'm trying to settle that down but beyond the noise rob wood fork and the D.C. sports They have vastly outdated facilities the training facility their stadium is a well renowned mess Complete D.C. sports home conversation on the podcast D.C. app Apple wherever you get your podcasts or WTO dot com Again Bruce Arians is now going to be the general manager of the bucketeers defensive coordinator Todd Bowles promoted to head coach He's the fourth blackhead coach in Buccaneers history That's the most in the league Women's soccer game in Barcelona yesterday drew a record crowd of 91,000 as Barcelona defeated Real Madrid 5 to two Dave Johnson WTO sports.
"league women" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"Drops, I listen right away, nice job guys. Thank you. You are C four one 5 C, we appreciate that. We found we found we have a pretty wide variety of a listener base. A lot of up and coming players. We've got a lot of I was actually impressed with some of our we've got kind of an older a decent group of older WNBA fans who like from original like fans from back at the beginning of the league. And even prior to the league women's basketball fans that have connected with us, all the way down to, yeah, middle schoolers that listen to our show and everybody from any demographic all in between. So that's just a really cool shout out. We appreciate that. Yeah. That warms my heart because I don't think there's a time in your life quite the same as when you get to be a part of an organized sports team. Or it's just, you make so many cool memories, you meet friends that stay your friends for such a long time. I'd encourage anyone to either stay in basketball or if you're not into it. Get into basketball. If you have the chance, because it can take you a lot of places and it can give you a lot of good memories. Absolutely. That's got to be the best compliment I think we've ever received. Honestly, that's encapsulates so much of why we do what we do. And it's absolutely message we'd extend to anyone especially younger people listening to this. If basketball or sports is a part of your life, keep at it. It's there for everyone and everyone wins. You've just got to find out what your win is. And that's so cool. See four one 5 C, very.
"league women" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"Ladies and gentlemen especially edition of make it plain in these streets. We are at the white house. Today i am at the white house representing you with people for the american way and the league of women voters. They are initiating weekly. Or i should say bi weekly direct action biweekly civil disobedience to demand at the white house now not epicenter. We've been in the senate this summer. But at the white house to demand joe by do something to end the filibuster. No more excuses. People are getting tired of joe biden taking us for granted that's really was happening and so this is a diverse mixed group of people who are taking part in this league women voters so proud of them. You know people think believe when voters is only supposed to just have tea parties but as they say. This is not your grandmother's league of women voters anymore. We have some great activists in the person of virginia. Solomon she's going to be joining us on the show very soon and again. My friend been jealous with people for the american way. So we're working. We're getting this done. There's going to be civil disobedience. this is another week. We'll come back in a couple of weeks and do it again so we are here today. Being arrested we wanted to bring you as much live coverage as we could from the rally in front of the white house and the senate. There's only one way you get. And that's one of the president himself says you know what donald trump said when he wanted to pack the supreme court to just get it. Done the rules out the way you you run the rules that you fix the rules that you get it done. So we're saying. Hey joe the buster moscow's. Hey joe hang filibuster my skull but this movement as the presence of the league of women voters here reminds us today. This movement stands on the shoulders of the suffragettes. The last time to leaks predecessor organization was getting arrested out here. Woodrow wilson was. President and women's suffrage was the issue when the league of women voters are getting arrested outside your white house. You got a problem that you need to fix job on mr president and we also have men here who are trained trained by dr king and men who are trained by men who dr king and the kenyan tradition of clergy abrahama tradition christian jewish muslim. All here together women clergy. All here together was to movements. Have come to this place today to open us up in prayer. I would like to buy reverend doctor jamal bryant and rabbi david sapper stein former. Us ambassador for religious tolerance. Thank you oh it's about all is a close good and gracious god. Merciful master overseer of mercy and justice we need you to dispatch every available angel to be assigned to every representative who is a disruptor of democracy. I pray that you will give us the strength. And the fortitude not to be intimidated by the status quo but that you will help us to raise a standard for unborn generations. Please god let are marching singing demonstrating not be in vain but that we would in fact live to live by the harmony of our ancestors if we must help somebody as we pass along if we could cheer somebody with the word with the song then living will not be in vain. God please bless us as we stand on the shoulders of your general john lewis so that we understand throughout this notion that every vote matters at every vote counts got we stand today authentic patriots trying to make america the land of the free and the home of the brave a man. You know. I've known joe biden for forty years. Always life is fought for voting rights. He understands the consequences. It's vote which is why we expect him above all at this moment to stand up and to make its priority. Even amongst his other enormously important priorities this is the bedrock foundational right. And just keep in mind this. In the last time that the voting rights with reauthorized in two thousand and six it passed unanimously in a republican troll senate. It passed overwhelmingly in a house with signed proudly by a republican president. How the mighty of full in the bible more that we more as we see republican on a legislatures across the country and governance taking away the right to vote and as we see the republican senators in the senate acting to bar legislation that will protect rights in the face of injustice. We hear god's call to us. God is saying to us p my agents here on earth for peace entrust this everywhere and we stand here to demand at the bedrock foundational right of american democracy. The right to vote be made real god. We thank you for the call to be your partner. It's in creating it's and we work in. Its work knowing that at this moment. We're the ones that god has been waiting for. Thank you rabbi. Thank you rob. 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"league women" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"He took away our careers. I think it's just really important. And why we wanted to share our story and share in so much detail the damage that was done to our careers but who we are as people monash in was the player who went undrafted and she was not on anyone's prospect lists but she tried out and she persevered and she got a spot on the portland thorns sinead farley. A player who has been around women's soccer much longer she played in the previous women's soccer league Women's professional soccer. That's the predecessor to that. Nws l. sushi had been around women's soccer for a long time. So they have very different career trajectories but they were still sort of fringe players on the thorns. So as for the coach paul riley his career trajectory. How would you describe that kaelin. Where did he start in the league. What's his reputation. Ben paul riley is someone who has also been in women's soccer for a long time he also coached in the previous league and that is where the situation with sinead farrelly actually started. It started before they even got s- portland but paul riley someone who had built a really big reputation as someone who had he had a coaching school Soccer school he had built the sort of soccer empire and he was a very successful coach In the previous league he got his start in the wfl when he joined the portland thorns so it was actually the portland thorns that brought him into the nws l. And you know you can't help but think if the portland thorns had handled the complaints against him differently You now how different things would have gone. Because he has since that complaint was filed in twenty fifteen he eventually wants to the western new york clash which turned into the north carolina courage and with those seems he won several championships and shields and he considered one of the best coaches in the league. Many people considered him the best coach in the league yet. A very high reputation. And so that just made it all the more shocking. When all of this came out yes so when. The players made their formal complaints about riley in two thousand fifteen. What did the thorns do as an organization in response. What do we know about that now. I think that's where we still have a lot of questions. Monash shems said. She filed her complaint a few days later she was contacted and she was interviewed. Sinead farley was interviewed but it doesn't sound like other players on the team were interviewed. Alex morgan helped monash him. Filed a complaint. Alex morgan do about what was going on in the team did not interview her either way. Some sort of investigation did happen within one week of monash filing that complaint hall riley's contract was allowed to expire and the thorns issued a press release thanking him for his service. It didn't seem like there was any other reason than onfield results. The thorns had missed playoffs. The only time the team has ever misfly. Offs gavin wilkinson. The gm of thorns had weeks earlier. Said they were hint. He sort of hinted that they were doing that anyway. So nothing seemed to mess. So paul riley was allowed to just walk away without anyone knowing what happened. He told the athletic when he was originally contacted about the stories. He said that he wasn't reprimanded in any way. So there are a lot of questions about what that investigation was but either way at the end of the day the thorns quietly let him leave and then he was quickly hired by the western europe. Lash and you have to think that the flash would've reach out to the thord sock about it. The flash admitted that they knew this investigation happened so there are a lot of questions about people knowing about this but not actually doing very much about it and the language that the team used at the time which is an expiring contract. You know there was that press release that was complimentary. Has their language around. That event changed since will merritt paulson issued an open letter to fans were. He essentially apologize and he said that they handled it. The wrong way But they still maintain that it was a thorough investigation and that they did everything right except for not making it more publicly known what had actually happened. You know the north carolina courage their owner. Put out a statement on wednesday saying that he was aware of the investigation but he had been assured that paul riley was in good. Sandy he very conspicuously does not name who assured him that but there are questions about who decided that what paul riley did wasn't bad enough that he shouldn't continue getting jobs in the nws l. And so what does paul riley said on his own behalf. Response these allegations and what happens next in terms of like further criminal or civil investigation on that when the original report came out monash sinead farley. They chose to tell their stories to the athletic who then reached out paul riley and ask them some questions and he essentially denied the allegations. He said he had never had sex with any of his players. He didn't take his players out drinking. He denied the the biggest parts of the story. We haven't heard anything since the article has come out. But there are now a wave of investigations that are happening into this The thorns are revisiting. Thirteen thousand fifteen investigation. They say that they've brought in outside investigators to look into their investigation and to look in the situation again the nws l. has said they are investigating and us. Soccer has said they are investigating bringing in. Sally yates to investigate. Not just the but any other examples of abuse happening in the end. Wfl so this is launched You know a big response even fica the governing body of world soccer who we would not normally think of The watchdogs of the sport that we want them to be but they are actually even getting involved too so hopefully this means that some of the questions that we have that still linger will eventually be answered. Yeah the nwf sell kaylynn. It does feel like it is scrambling here. I mean the commissioner of the league is now the former commissioner of the league. Lisa baird who resigned last friday. What happened with her. So after mono- shem and sinead farley stories came out. Lisa baird issued a statement saint. She was shocked by these new allegations and she was going to get to the bottom of it. But then alex morgan. On twitter pulled out the receipts and said no actually sinead farley emailed you in april telling you that the twenty-fifth investigation did not look into all the things that paul riley had done. It was insufficient and it needs to be reopened and lisa barred did not want to reopen the investigation. She said it had been handled. The matter settled she ended her email to sinead farley. By saying thank you again for your email and i wish you the best. It was very dismissive so once. Alex.
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"So there's a lot of opportunities for that and it's so important. Now that we don't have in-person precinct tabulation. I can't tell you how important it is and don't depend on me to to be the one to go look i. It's really hard. And but i do it and but if a lot of people did it a little bit at the time it would be really great. And that's what. The league of women voters can do primarily is to be there and understand. What's happening. When i go to watch every day i find something that's not correct. It could be done better. It's not legal. Whatever it's always something and it gets corrected. Because i know how to i know how to voice. I know what's true. And i know what needs to be done and i can explain it to the official and they always appreciate that input. And that's what makes elections healthy is interaction from public officials. Elections belong to the public. They belong to the league. Women voters do not belong to the officials and officials have basically the system has changed such that officials see themselves in charge. They have a staff of people. The staff of people controls a bunch of election judges who are following rules and decisions or are escalating up to the election official. It's not the way it should be. Election judges are called judges for a reason. Judges make decisions based on the law. Not based on what somebody told them to do. So that's the law in the rules. The rules are made by secretary of state. We voters can also go read that they proposed election rules. That are coming out right now. I hope that this podcast doesn't come out after the rules are already approved. But the watching the for rulemaking and making public comment on rules is really important. And if you look at those rules you'll see how the canvas sports are. Being restricted watchers rypien restricted the recent. Sp two fifty eighty page cleanup..
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Now that's something remember. there's a feeling with tampax. it can actually change the way you feel about your period now. Anyone who didn't recognize the do tennis palo who was that in that advert so i mean we're not childish enough to two often add like that. That's that's patna. That is courtney cox in nineteen eighty-five commercial. Correct correct now okay. I mean you know people that things before they did other things and she had the biggest body of work of all the friends before. Yeah but what is so groundbreaking about this ad. Polyp i mean apart from the fact that okay. She did make us ed before. She was on friends before she. She did other things before she was on. The tv shows We are aware of them. Cannot describe cannot describe the setting piece please do. it's a it's like a one. shot wonder. Rotted lots of shots. She's obviously a dancer. But she is like full-on fleshed on. I mean lack. foot warmers. I mean they get warm. 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"On these athletes with talk questions. Yeah absolutely. I think this is a really key question. Historically these pressures have absolutely been to grow the league to get interest to have partnerships with sponsors. And that's the function they've served particularly growing leagues. Women's leagues have used this access in really important ways in terms of growth. One of the conversations that has been happening is is is has outlived its function because many people feel like. It's redundant questions. It's poking and prodding. I talked to my co host jessica luther in many journalists who were wrestling with this other ways. Because i think that they see a possibility in these pressures where there is access where there is not prescribed questions where there is a chance to actually perhaps hold people accountable or ask questions that might have been otherwise. Pushed aside by handlers. I'm gonna. I think that that is really valid but also idealized way of how these pressures actually function to your point. The media is overwhelmingly way overwhelm. The older will overwhelmingly male. There's a fight for her marginalize sports report ac- even in those rooms. I'm and i think that the dynamic within those spaces doesn't live up to this kind of ideal of accountability access and oftentimes becomes about quickly turning out and perpetuating narratives asking the same question and then it sticks in their one of the things they only said was. I've been battling depression since the us open in two thousand eighteen. Right which is when she says serena and Launched onto the scene one one that slam but of course there was a narrative about three knows actions during the match. She was crying fans were booing her and every time they play every time she's back does open this gets regurgitated questions about it and i think it's very telling that she pointed that out because it points to this point about how these narratives right continue and continue and continue With little you know stopping to consider what harm or what cost to the athlete. And yet it was serena who was among the superstars who came out in support of naomi. Osaka this is what she said. The only thing i feel is that i feel for naomi. I feel like. I wish i could give her a hug. 'cause i know what it's like like i said i've been in those positions we have different personalities and people are different. Not everyone is the same. I'm thick you know other people are dead and so everyone is different in. Everyone handles things differently. So you know you just have to let her handle it the way she wants to. In the best way that she thinks she can and That's the only thing i can say. I think she's doing the best that she can. So that serena williams and of course. The williams sisters really helping among a few other african americans in tennis to break the color barrier in what was a really white sport and the significance Professor of naomi osaka and descendant of well as japanese. Her father haitian american She is a black woman who is breaking so many barriers. I think she's the highest paid woman athlete in the world. Right now What this means the kind of pressure being brought on her and if young african american women see even her she gets fine. She even said on those fines that the french open applied to her. She asked that they be given to mental health organizations. The money they made off of her. Yeah absolutely i mean. I think there's two really important things here that you just brought up one absolutely. Naomi has been in this tennis. Space that we know has had a great deal of scrutiny. For venus and serena williams for sloan through our cocoa gov for for herself in a myriad of ways And i think that entering into that space you are moments where i only tried to disrupt kind of conventional narratives they're pushed back at even framing of questions When people said all your japanese always around them to she's haitian she insisted on her blackness being recognized when she wore masks and terminal the astern. Postgame well what does it mean. What do these masked means you. And she explained this talked about this before and she said well. What does it mean to you. She flipped back on the report. And i think that there are. These were the ways that she had already slightly disrupted our when she stopped playing last august with a number of other athletes instead. There's more important things to do than for you to watch me play tennis. So we've already seen her take on this role and kind of push the status quo in these ways. But i think it really is important to map this onto to other conversations. One is black athletes Who are continuing to insist on their humanity being recognized. Who continue to say we're not just here to entertain you and to push back on what is seen as entitlement. What people are owed of their labor and athletes are saying. My labor is my citizens on the court. But you're already privy to my way to my to my injury history to my body and then also to my mind with these probing questions and whether it's protesting or speaking out about fan abuse which we're seeing using as well or this conversation and i always having the underlying point that they're pushing back on through these moments is to say we are fully human and this is our job and we don't have to actually go along with racial abuser. We don't have to sacrifice our mental health. And i think that's a really important on through line that we see happening here so you can look at people like marshawn lynch kyrie irving natasha cloud. Who refuse to do. Wnba pressures unless they were about gun. Violence employs brutality. As a kind of Longer history of that but that second part about black women is also really important to there's ongoing conversations about black women's mental health on. We saw this topic also come up. When megan markle disclosed her depression anxiety. And i think that this is a really important growing conversation. Some people some social scientists have called mental health crisis that the trope of a strong black woman who's tasked with doing labor who simultaneously hyper visible and invisible. Means that there's really high rates of depression of anxiety and too often not enough mechanisms for help a very low number black women therapy providers for instance and so i think that part that point array of what this conversation does how it moves the needle and how these black women celebrities and athletes can play a really important role in pushing that conversation as well. We want to thank you so much. Mirrors davis for joining us assistant professor of history and women's gender and sexuality studies at penn state. University co host of the sports podcast. Burn it all down and boy what What a only said in her silence last year at the us open donning seven masks bearing the name of a black person who was killed. Brianna taylor mclean. I'm at arbery. Martin george floyd for landau castille and tamir rice. Almost all killed by police when we come back. We look at the link between.
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"Senate passed a bill that will do away with the requirement to have a license to carry a gun. Bill's author, Senator Charles Shorten her, responded to critics who say perm Unless Kerry would put more guns in the hands of criminals is not radical. We've seen advancement of gun laws across In Texas and across this nation leg of women voters. Texas President Gration means his opponents recognized the dangerous impact it could have on regular citizens as well as law enforcement make police and other people in public officers less safe because more people will have the ability to carry a gun without any regulations. The bill was being tweaked by the House and Senate before heading to Abbott's desk, where it's expected to be signed. Latest jobless numbers show the Koven 19 pandemics grip on the nation's economy continues to ease correspondent GeneCo's Sola new claims for unemployment benefits slipped to a pandemic low last week down 92,000 to 498,000. It's a sign that fewer employers air laying off staff and that cos they're hiring. Though it is encouraging to see the number under 500,000. It's still about twice the number of new unemployment claims reported before the pandemic. A number of continuing claims rose 37,000 to 3.69 million. The Labor Department releases the April employment report tomorrow morning. GeneCo's Sola Fox New Test His business will time numbers on Wall Street. The Dow is down 32 points, NASDAQ Down 99 points and the S and P 500 down 13 points. He's also brought to you by clarity, windows. I'm the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicola's say Your next update is at 9 30 24 7 coverage. WB ap dot com Thing this is the news and talk of Texas D FW's Liberty Loving Latino. Chris. Sell Saito right now on use talking 20. W B A B W B a P Doctor home, folks. I can't tell you what it's like. I have Such support. Around around the show from the crew. That's behind the scenes. No, really, I can't tell you what's like that is no, no e Let's say every single day we crack open the mike What you what is Lee say to us? Say to me before we get on. Hey, Chris about ready for you. Don't screw it up. That's that's his idea of a pep talk family have a Yeah, that's and that's folks. That's kind for Lee. I, uh that I mean, I had asked him. You know what? Why? Why the effusive praise? I mean, he must have had a good night's sleep. Just don't screw it up. That's the good stuff. Welcome to it. The Crystal Saito show. Look, I've got in detail. We will go over the constitutional carry measure that passed the Senate. House and Senate both passed the bill. Now there's there's another hurt, not hurdle. But there's another. Well, I guess it is fair to call it a hurdle because there's it could be There are some. There's one red flag in particular on the Senate version. I think the Senate Improved in the House bill in some areas and didn't improve on others. So we're going to go through it in detail into the league of Women voters. I say this It's going to be. It's going to result in more people having guns. Without a permit. Yeah. Because a permit isn't called for in the United States Constitution. Now I understand you folks in the League of Women, voters just spies, the Constitution and our constitutional rights. I get it. I understand it. I just oppose you. That what? You're afraid that we're gonna have more of our constitutional rights, which, by the way, our founding fathers believed our rights were given to us by God. And that only legitimate governments. Work to preserve those God given rights. I understand you legal women voters couldn't give a rat's rear end about that. I get it. You're just wrong. Not only you're wrong. You're dangerous for this country. And by the way, T o the arrogance of your name League of women voters. I know a lot of women out there. Who could shoot Who could shoot so well could shoot the ward off of a natural or end. At 100 yards. The idea that you speak for women. In your irrational and end childlike fear of firearms. Respect them, but fear them No. No. You're a bunch of Children. The League of Women voters. And I am not inclined to listen to a bunch of Children. Who don't who probably have never even fired a firearm. And you want to put me and my family at risk to the criminal element. Got news for you folks. The league women voters, illegal guns and criminals. They already got the guns. Bad news for you. And bad news for all of us. And I can tell you from personal experience when an active shooter Our criminal start shooting up a joint You're not going to be praying for some help from the League of Women voters because they're not going to be anywhere to be found. You're gonna be Praying that you have a side arm. To defend you and your family, whether you be a woman or a man. You're gonna be praying for a firearm to defend your family. And I can guarantee you. The league of women voters wouldn't give a rat's Criminal. That they seek, apparently to empower. We'll get into all of this hot and heavy toward the end of this our main time. The Sheldon case..
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