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Fresh update on "leone" discussed on Purity Products
"Now you see, there's a youth molecule in the human body and that it holds the key. The visible signs of age. Now you've written about this. You've traveled to Japan to do the research. So so tell me about what exactly is this molecule you're talking about Had. It's amazing that most people don't know this word. Hi, Laurent IQ acid and of course it's made. It's all over our body. It's In our skin. It's an all natural molecule. We can get it aurally replace it in our body. But more so we've learned that the little bit that we can get as a dietary supplement. Contributor your body to make more. And of course, why do we need more? Well, when we're young, we're loaded with this stuff when we're babies. We have what we call babysat. It's really baby h Hey, if it makes, uh well is babies fall down and get cuts and scrapes you notice. They never really get Any lifelong scars from that, because they have lots of H a onboard hyaluronic acid and to make this easy to understand for the audience, I think we can all appreciate That women have smoother skin and thicker hair. And so on. All of that is because estrogen sends a signal to make more H A. And that's why the girls Have more limber, flexible joints they can get in a kind of a lotus posture. Kind of the men can't get into the They certainly have all of those advantages, and it's because the estrogen sends a signal. To make more AJ. Now women have more hee to lose than men do and you see the skin shriveling up the joints and so on as women age, But there's a way to get it back. And, of course, purity products for years now has been talking. About AJ and they have a new formula just for the joint. H a joint formula and it's so important today because I think everyone's confused. An article in The New York Times says consumers that confused what to do to support their joints so people are looking for alternatives. We need cushioning in between the joints the bones in our joints when a doctor looks at an X ray All he's doing is measuring the space between the two bones there in the knees, So it's about a quarter of an inch space. Without that cushioning. You've got bone rubbing on bone. That's what H A is. It's the Jell O or the cushioning agent in between our bones. We lose it either due to wear and tear or age, And so we start getting problems. The more that we find pain relief, the more pain relievers we use, the more we're going to use these joints. And then we're gonna wear out more bone. And they've noticed this people who chronically used pain relievers are gonna have more bone where So what you need is the actual cushioning back there to lubricate the joint. And that's what H eight does. That's what H A is. The doctors call it synovial fluid. They actually inject this into joints orthopedist do dermatologists injected into the skin eye. Doctors use it as a lubricant during eye surgery, So it's nothing foreign to modern medicine, but it may be new to you as a listener there. And you have never heard about H a before. Well, you need to learn about it. It's a wonderful molecule. It's all natural, and you can get it as a dietary supplement security products was the first to introduce it now. It's a great big, long molecule path. That's six million Dalton's and molecular weight. Think of six million paper clips put together It's big. You can't absorb it and purity found a way to knock it down so that it's only about 1500 to 3000. That means that you can absorb this orderly way actually prove that in studies conducted at the laboratory right there in Florida. And we're gonna tell you more about that. But we proved that it's aurally absorbed. Most doctors are told that aural HJ cannot be absorbed. That's true. If it's the regular H A. It's got to be knocked down in molecular weight and, more important, it needs some other antioxidants to be added with it. We're going to talk about one here in just a moment, but Purity products is introducing this all new joint formula for people that are searching for alternatives or their joint health. And of course, this isn't a drug. It's a dietary supplement meant too, of course, support Healthy joint health as as we think of it if you're just tuning in, we're talking with Bill. Sorry about hyaluronic acid or 80. Now, Bill you said recently that the H A revolution is underway. More and more people are using it. Tell us why. Hee except a breakthrough. And what exactly can I do for people? I think the brick and the mortar and allergy is probably the best for everybody to understand it. There are bricks and our body. The cells. There's mortar in between, and the mortar is the college and now within the college and not the college in itself, Item and see makes colleges. Within that college, and there's a moisturizing agent that looks like Jell O on. Everyone knows you put some Jell O in the refrigerator in the water separates out after a time and that's what's happening in our body. We're losing the water holding molecule H a Body of 72% water. And as we lose this, the connective tissue that connects all of ourselves that connects all of everything that we have. Against to lose its water. It separates out and then we begin to lose the substance, the scaffolding, the support structure that holds our body together. And of course, we've been getting to wrinkle. We shrivel up. We lose an inch in our height. We we see the brain shrivels up in the eye and so on. All of these things occur with age and you know, Ponch today, Leone was looking For a youth molecule, and he wanted to find it in. Of course, the fountain of Youth, the water he was looking for a water fountain. The body needs water, but it has the hold it And of course, I want everyone to think of having something like Ah, Jell O type of a water balloon filled with Jell O or one filled with water. Which one do you want? You want the one filled with Jell O Because it's still firm but sauced and cushiony, and that's the way our bodies are when we're young babies. Or even a pregnant woman is loaded with this, which is an example of the how the H A is made more so at certain times of our life, But as a judge goes on, we're gonna lose it. We're going to see the wrinkles the thinning hair. Going to see our joint lose their flexibility were just telling people that after thousands of people have tried this if you're taking glue, consummating supplements it took 13 years. Doctors to adopt glue. Qasemi insult fate at the regular dietary supplement now in drugstores, Health food stores. People ask me Well, why have my doctor told me about hyaluronic acid? Well, it took 13 years from the Qasimi. It'll be on the front page of Time magazine. It's just going to take time and it'll get there because patients are going to take this to the doctors and pointed out As they did glue Qasemi. The revolution starts with patients and people that have issues and want to have healthy joints of skin and hair and eyes. And want to see some of these useful levels of peach, a restored in their body. Now, Bill you've written a great deal about the role of hyaluronic acid in the body's connective tissues. How does H a work in the joints and the connective tissues? It's a natural cushioning agent and pat we're talking to about between the bones. It also surrounds the nerves. There's a sigh. Attic nerve. There's an owner nerve. There's a Carpal tunnel nerve. All of these are going to need the special cushioning that a Chacon give them. There are people that tell us this stuff works. Here's Ernie writing to me who's actually teaches and plays golf and Dover, Delaware. He found this purity joint formula and.
Fresh update on "leone" discussed on The Weekly Check Up
"We hope you'll join our conversation by calling 40487207 50 Chris and I think we have a great topic on our hand. It's talking about getting healthier and losing weight in the new year and doing it by getting to the root cause of why you're overweight are not healthy. Yes, I'm glad to be back and we were chatting about some reasons why people are struggling to lose weight. We were talking about insulin and thyroid and court is all And there's a few other that I wanted to mention nutritional deficiencies is a big one that we see whether it's Nine b 12 deficiencies amino acids. We know when amino acids those were the building blocks of protein. When you're amino acids are optimal. It can help with sugar cravings and appetite, control and mood, which can impact kind of emotional eating. So we like to look at all of those things, along with your gut, microbiome and some of the other hormones that help regulator appetite like left in and great ones. So we do check that through Just a normal blood work up. Yeah, So a lot of this beacon check through labs through lap for and we use people's insurance to run these labs. Everyone's while we need to do some more specialty testing, so we might do a saliva test or a stool test. That is not always covered by insurance. But there is a lot you can see through love core with insurance, especially if we're talking about some of the basic things like your thyroid levels and your insulin and making sure again is optimal and not just normal. Okay, let's go to the phone lines. Real squid real quick and speak with Valerie in Canton. Valerie, your own WSB. How can we help you? Some. I appreciate you being on the show because I'm extremely frustrated. I'm very holistic person. I'm 55. I take zero meds, which that's a blessing. However, that having been said I am about I would say my goal weight would be about 1 50. I'm about £90 overweight right now, and the frustrating thing is in the past. In 2019. I had a very bad accident. But before that, I did try bars and shakes. Which worked a little bit, but they're extremely expensive, and I didn't feel like they worked that well, that having been said that sword and now it's the pandemic. I own a small business, so I really don't have A lot of money. And you just touched on it a moment ago that maybe the lab sir, covered by insurance. But I'm a little frustrated because when I go to check with my insurance, nothing is covered for weight loss. Um, it's for weight loss for somebody such as myself. Well, I think I know what to do, because I'd love to come to you. Yes, yes, And I think it depends on how people code things on insurance reimbursement and then depending on the practice you go to for us. We can always tell you cash pay pricing so we can look at like lab core and run a thyroid panel for like $25 birth If you went through insurance, and it did not cover it, it could be, you know, a $200 bill. So we work with our patients and try to identify that, But I think one of the tough things and you go to powders and bars. Kind of this calorie restricted diet is your body gets used for this lower calorie diet and see your metabolism starts to match it. So one of the things that we really do is work on your metabolic state. So we really work on things outside of just, you know, eating bars and shakes which can be effective for some people. We look at some things outside of that, like, how can we even if you couldn't afford to do lab testing, Let's say you can't afford to do that. We look at what? We're gonna have to take a break. We're going to bring Valerie back after the break. And we'll finish up with her call. You're listening to the weekly check up on Leone 95.5 WSB..
Fresh update on "leone" discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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Boeing charged with criminal conspiracy and fined $2.5 billion for coverup over 737 Max crashes
"Pays dearly for a 7 37 max cover up. The Department of Justice announced that Boeing will pay $2.5 billion to settle a criminal charge of conspiracy to defraud the FAA to of Boeing. 7 37 Max. Flight technical pilots deceived the FAA about the plane's maneuvering controls, which impacted the flight control system. Problem found in both overseas crashes. The bulk of the settlement will go to compensate the families of the 346 passengers who died in Leone Air flight 6 10 and Ethiopian Airlines flight 302
Mexican doctor hospitalized after receiving Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
"Meanwhile, a young doctor in Mexico is now hospitalized following a serious allergic reaction to a covert vaccine. The Mexican Health Ministry says she was in stable condition and being treated with steroids and anti convulsion medication. The 32 year old doctor suffered difficulty breathing brain inflammation and convulsions a half hour after getting the vaccination. They say she did have a known allergy to an antibiotic medication Try method grim, so from ATHOC sizzle. The reaction occurred at a hospital in the northern state of Nueva Leone. The ministry says it was apparently the first known case of brain inflammation after receiving
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Gone for the llama rats. Who i really just want to say. I appreciates what you're trying to do. Even if it's not the kind of thing that is going to be nationally transformative. I feel like us the act right. The swap hundred. It's over three hundred miles. Correct through munster hundred fifteen fifteen mineswee- hundred and fifteen miles from kind lounge to freetown and stopping along the way in towns to apologize to women to acknowledge the harm of sexual violence and violence against women girls to do also then get in In those communities to make a pledge take a stand for man. These are the kinds of things we need to be seeing in air in so many different ways In sierra leone across the country we it's like a you know lake. Not fumbled talk in a. It's about truth. it's about reconciliation. It's about healing but it's really about protection right like you want change. We really want change and the the trees that are going to be planting will tell us save spits those communities so that interest service a reminder everytime situations like those Rape all violence against 'cause that tree was soundlessly memory And Walked signify that there was in mom or people who walks to raise awareness on this issue. So we're also share for people who are interested in what you're trying to do with the walk and sterling foundation for new democracy. Where can they like. What kind of support you need like how do you. What do you need to get this work done at accomplished or honestly with need this one. Not absolutely we need. We need money money to and it's not really something may be but we need money to facilitate feeding no fourteen team members that are going to be on the walk. We need to take off multiple bites that we are going to hire to move around. And what is your budget right. Now we're looking at twelve thousand dollars To help pull this off In a way that Support so we have our websites the some of the foundation of democracy all www 'sella md dot. All one can go there and make on a. I have a feeling that whether you raises money or not. This walk is going to happen by like which one really sunk on this this and we all know that the jury of cases never have the first lady's signature program to be against why because a gauntlet custody player whip said national health imagi- so fundamental issue. This country that this walk has level and we are looking for partners looking for funding opportunities but also looking for somebody to attack. Where would they want to see. What's up we'll ticket. If not embarrass you gets noble cook phones would take up if not you know any donation you get will exit because the work has to happen and we are going to do this much. It would cost twenty days. Panelists will get a century. Thank you so much It's been such a pleasure talking to you well nine so for today. On addition of make sierra leone famous. We've me your host viki komo. Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen tata..
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"And we need across the country so our unions. We feel garbage continuing in so many more coverages county just about out and so we are going to ask him for public apology. Comments my washing the feet of eighteen. He man eighteen to signify the age of majority of this country. That needs adult. And we'll be doing this across all the different places and will be planting a tree to symbolize a new beginning. And you're beginning to show that Are most banks and Cannot continue in the form It's it lost and they'll public pledge will be administering the show that never game show each and every one of those scrimmages and we went through condone support any aspect than former Of women and golfs in this country. I think it's very important for all mental rise. It's important for sierra. Leoneans men to rise to honor women like you're attempting to do and i think it's going to be very very powerful and beautiful To go to all of these communities and to wash the feet of women Seen ninety highest level of veneration respects so fully manned in all of these different communicate. see You join you. As you're getting there to wash the feet of women in their community apologize for not protecting them fee linked to protect them and to also take a pledge to say. You know we're not going to stand by anymore. We're going to be active in safeguarding. Our girls active in six safeguarding are women and protecting acted. That's just like very. It's it's very symbolic and it's it's powerful And hopefully you know the boys who are growing up in this place you know. Grow up with this memory of this time. Make sierra leone famous. The podcast is mixed and mastered by producer. Frank vin bob mcewen with support from the creative and talented team over at the r. n. c. marketing company in freetown and now mic. We go back to make sara leone famous sustained and is just a walking around doing four this year. It's not be able to walk here for the whole length but will organize a form of walk next year to continue this fight going forward so a three hundred hundred fifteen miles. Here we come. We starting on january six and we hope to be in free tom. By the end of january of where we don't have time to complete we made the days twenty days. It may tickle short. That'd five days. What would he must on one by one until cartridge free talk you know And we say it would be which would meet that woman with this bloomberg markets we meet my way plazas or doma with its food for brick by Careful school go remember. You know safety hostile so lutely absolutely. It's so so many women in sierra leone have just stories of broken nece and these aren't stories that anybody's ever gonna hear or talk about because the other thing about being a woman in sierra leone to know that's your pain and suffering is your business and it's an internal business when i look at women in sierra leone if you're just driving by a marquette or just walking down the street for the most part you you see that are women are necessarily full of joy zamin meena postseason and the reason why it's something. That's always stark to me. Even if manel pool in general even we go public side was like who all months we space you know all mounts we phase we all monday most of the tendencies tweets. And if you do not understand Even for women were very wealthy and have rich husbands. That people think they get mad. Ceo things Near on happy because of many of them are in households where they are part of the sixty one percent of women who are victims of if it's not physical abuse its verbal abuse emotional abuse control. I mean in the survey of the d. h. s. It says that you know. Most of the men like eighty percent of those who reported being victims of violence said that eighty percent of their men. Don't allow them to like even go to their friends like there's lots of control uniform an emmy so that like you know we. We really need. Full men need to apologize. Even men really really like. I'm so sorry but sela monday dead li-literally mean for apologized to wounded picking them. Because you're right we've been failed and it's multigenerational Our grandfathers our fathers our husbands boyfriends is just like let's just really talk about it honestly to say most of them are men have not done rights by the women and girls in their own families let alone the women and girls into sightsee however it's not a loss we can. Have you know for lack of a better expression a come to jesus moments where you know with something like what you're doing with this walk with the stand. Say that like you know what i am. A man who is ready to rise to protect women and girls in sierra leone are gonna know what it's i don't know what the tools violated in the way that we men on the fans eats and experience so my walk is in solidarity with women and yeltsin option. It's a way to show that we have Cost so much. So much you know Beverage that masculinity has resorted to violence in a way that we men of lost every off. 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"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Insists that that is the very show context as a shallow analysis or sale in this post Like numa this is not so be new Posting fee by six that you'll be so by and so crazy and that's what we experience. Why because it's all in the context of our. We will training how we grew up with have position. Less delineating to say It's it's better. it's it's has more paula. it's as it comes from command and you have no choice. Why don't pass nobody needs. Nobody wants hi. This cure from the make sierra leone. Famous podcast i just wanna just say we really really appreciate all your comments. All your feedbacks. The emails the dmz every other way that you get back in touch with us if you really love this show and you want us to keep making content to make sure the famous. Don't forget to leave us a review. Thank you and now mic. We go back to make sierra leone. Famous get angry when a woman speaks to them as the woman thinks they are equal to them. It's that right. It's not as the woman i speak to you. As though i m i express myself in a manner that makes you feel like. I am speaking from a place of equality in angers a lot of men. I see all the time. I get a lot of giving pro or the united combat into line given online concealing lots of people of men feel like than if vegging gets very like verbally. Abusive and angry because a woman disagrees with that proportionality. What concerts or the arguments in sold under talk about then. They don't seasons in the proportionality of our your response to whatever the issue for men and women is completely different third different the way how mongo respond to something we will go talk something and say okay this. We don't talk so eating outside of the context. Yes you're you know. And that sallow talk lexi you know woman we also man disrespects. Yes because the way the way a lot of men seat that you the like they don't see it as you're speaking to me as an equal because you are there speaking they see it as the reason why you're speaking to me like this is because all you don't respect me as a man that you don't respect ex- me as a man meany the way you're speaking to me as chaplain Density as a man also he wants to court challenge for sure equal and Yano the the things that we have built our identity but but then also have a lot of women who truly truly even though they are educated. Women they've gone to school. They a lot of african women not just sincerely on do not believe that men and women are equal. Don't absolutely absolutely like so. You know if you're going to need you stop you asking Man an equal. But that's why. I said that what you said about on learning eight is so important because the girls who grew up in these houses as well as the boys. They're learning the same things their learning same kind of power structures in gender dynamics. And that's hormone for that. That is a perfect segue. Because that's exactly what. I wanted to move onto next that. How with the foundation for democracy What you're trying to do now to stand up as a man who has on learned toxic masculinity learned from childhood who has found a new new pathways in just new points of reference for masculinity and Who has reached a place. Now where you feel like you know. I know who. I am as a man i know who i am as a sierra leoneans man and the key parts of that identity now is to stand up for the safeguarding of girls. Women tell me about what you're trying to do now with your walk so this is a interesting segment. I certainly on on this particular trip I couldn't come for the whole year. The puzzle could be maintained. But in june we had a situation will If idea or goal was brutally raped. Moderate in so leo and county just circle to be very precise and i had the opportunity to talk to hoffarber In the us. Before i came and screen Talking right now just body is still in monetary. Pain being investigation has be and you know the village preschool. Where i have to provide is or at. I run in monument village in kenema district. I became very close salmon. I became very sick. Just hearing about that story. And i decided that i will come to so again and walk. Three hundred fifteen miles from kylo to freetown to raise awareness of rip rip culture off with Women in galveston. So he'll highlights the issues from woman domestic sexual physical comic filings. In all its fox a be able to see how One on the stand that if we continue this pattern of sexual of rape especially off gals We are doing a disservice to our salt. Sweet eroding the name of this country. I am going to be walking in the name of cutting down so many on the young girls who have been bricks and mortar in this country is a three hundred hundred by walk is three hundred and fifteen miles because we coming through mccain and we chose that trout because rip does not have any culture. It doesn't have any by a dozen having a rich on it doesn't try rape is rape and we are complementing the local so many other people who are already doing this walk including What the first lady's during hand so hard y'all's and say we need to put an end to this particular topic of rape. How the vulnerability. The fear the volume is the perpetrating on remand. Evidence in this country has stop and to do this We are going to be engaging in different ceremonial practices. Invoking indigenous values as we work through village which One of those will be washing feet or women you asking for public apology. We are so a million field could be a five year. Let's think about is the a five year old who should school being fed. Have the rights to play. Have sick and combat coal nuggets. What he's supposed to do nothing else to boot lead is to gordonstoun get fade. Have safety debt. The rights of louis combat.
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"That was the incomparable. I'm cologne with sione. A- married da or married. Don't get sense. I'm cologne is a celebrates folksinger from the eastern province of sierra leone. Her songs always in mendi teach life lessons through parables to keep many song and dance traditions alive. Cologne form cultural group. She trained singers dancers in traditional arts. She has been performing many folks on. Since nineteen sixty one and now mic we go back to make sierra leone famous. I'm really glad that you brought up the this idea of learning and learning Because i think a lot of times that are men say will. Meanwhile wendy do dismay as an individual but meanwhile the beats whom on one day leaping these you know all these tugboats hands of argyle's these talk about all mandates in it. It's not about me right as an individual elected then pull me no meek sudan not to me but like you said you know one of the things that happens as we're getting like socially conditioned and we're being raised is that we are learning. You're taking like we're children. Sponges exactly implant became Noxitril site you get. These unequally relationship gets violence on a household that boy peaking the possibility teach on watch Local after a while you know most people can say people identify with the abusers upset because that they get power also even to see dynamic liquid circuit disposing the this from me. family is harming the women in my life is harming mississippi steady But at the same time because beginning land quick right you learn where the power is because if you side with you my ma. You set the account. Now they can become a victim right at the beginning of boy bikinis delancey no in this dynamic being feminine being soft being nurturing being carrying all of the light positive feminine attributes that women offer us in our household. You start to think that those Beat-up let's done so then you identify with the abuser. Your father your uncle. The men who have the power and you say well. I basically have two options. Either i'm gonna be a victim. Be the power. And then you've learned this any you take in when you grow up you know if you are not intentional. About first of all acknowledging. That's the environment Book was a an environmental site. The masculinity we see been talk. Seek you know acknowledging that it was taxiing acknowledging women in your family have suffered crates. Yeah i also think is a question of choices. Growing up for instance in in them with poverty in the in the midst of poverty I remember veritably nineteen eighty to eighty four Coming from school. We had to festival for the those times way. Getting food was very difficult. So i have to leave school. Come up fiber can be being. Go style in the line or queue today for of rights five cups of rice during those Sicne basil of off our country. And i think the choice of being without violence as we've been talking being muscular without power and those kinds of things must it is equipped to vowed arse islands force must stand by false false. See that my thoughts into equated to power masculinity equipment to The way how you talk you have to talk in that. Fourth full managed to get your ideas out and those kinds of things and the choice growing up was not there. You didn't have either all for choose gokul one week. Say not so prepared. They do things and also so for follow through on each time it. Oh you you eagle. You know so many other kinds of things that this attended Aspects that we are supposed to grew up came to understand what is the role of children. What is the role of adults. In the household. Those choices did not exist at all and oscillates auto that the culture was learned. We it is about time and of course the civil contributed to all of that. But it's about time to online all of this level of masculinity produces the file names that tweet experience on the daily basis and this is on effort. That time require everybody's attention at this moment. How do you unlearn the steps. You know when it gets on butts like alcoholism will you when you're an alcoholic. They ten twelve step program rate. And the tell you that. Like felipe sobriety. If you become so by these are the tents that program to get you off know addiction duties for duties in your opinion or in your in your experience. You grew up in this environment. That was toxic Where you learned toxic masculinity what are the steps because if there's a sierra lenient man right now who's listening to this conversation and they're like you know what in the louis me like that was my household. This is my experience. But maybe they've not yet done the work right to unbundle and unlearn wit. Seen ugo able full.
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
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"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Is nuts when my dad would come home from what it was by redder and at least in tbilisi and i remember vividly somewhere times. Does walk up to me Try to like splinter located that of this interview in school and my dad response in several occasions whilst move move move move nike disturbing me anex iago so we ended up like my mom winning la grades on my bad my mom was but by a movable serenity nor do i mean we're laughing but just to put like you i mean the time period. You're talking about. I'm guessing is like the seventies which by all forty years ago. Yeah these alligators Bring up in freetown for. I mean just to let you know that like you know read me. Just sierra leone What is called the dhs. It's like the housing survey basically every five years. There's a demographic and health survey that's done and the most recent one for sierra leone just came out it was compiled in twenty nineteen and the d h s is done by statistics sierra leone and funded by lots of our partners and you will not be surprised but today in sierra leone about sixty one percent of women between the ages of fifteen and forty nine have experienced spousal violence In fact it's gone up by ten percents From twenty thirteen in twenty hundred thirteen. When did the survey was fifty one percent ten years later more women in sierra leone actually report that they've been victims of spousal violence and You know sometimes. We think that. I mean as we discuss these issues we talk about you know human rights in sierra leone and you know the place of women the place of man. Women's rights the rights of children. Because we talk about this a lot. I think sometimes this like in our minds. We think because we're talking about it. That things are changing for the better that the that the conversation in itself as this like intrinsic value which is a sign of change right. And it's just you know. When i saw the the i was just really really heartbroken. Actually that even though we are talking about two to lots Even though there are programs even though you know the police now has like a special family support unit across every playstation. Now there's a family unit that's supposed to deal with issues of domestic violence and domestic abuse. Of course it's very very underfunded in general but just that you know you see the posters on the streets so you think that things are changing But that something you experienced growing up almost like three. Four decades ago is still very much a big problem in sierra. We wanna protect girls who wanna protect women. We wanna hands off our girls. You wanna do all these things when we talk about them but in our households. I don't think that the conversations are happening. I think a key part of the reasons why the conversations are not being the family household is again because of how men see themselves in our society in our communities in our families and so i'm really keen on talking to men like you Because i think that meant only men can talk to. You know because if we see the reality. Monday cedeno if not for Be wandering it's like this idea that the men are adults. The women are not right. If you really want to have these conversations about changing. We want to transform our society than not only miracle. Monday and say not to from. Because i may not be keep like come up before we move. Will you know what i mean. It's very important for men to speak up and for men to take a stand because you can talk to other men because other men see you as equal in a way that they don't see someone like you're i mean because Yeah go ahead. But i mean it's also like growing up on understanding all of these dynamics you'll inherited and inheritance all laminates not inherit Your language grow And each you.
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Crime in those states for You know forced out so it will wicked cannot you heard the highest volume splints. All what does cigna community. It was buying and dolls things. We have quickly loss in honor gigi hostages. Saddam talking to indo poco of the foundation for new democracy. And we're going to be talking about manhood and meal identity in sierra leone from the indigenous perspective meaning when sierra leoneans man like in the low thinks of himself and his identity as a man what it means to be a man from sierra leone what what what are the things that inform that Where does he draw references from and you know how did he grow up. And how has he built his male identity today to serve him in a way. That is healthy and admirable. And that's brought him on this journey where he's committed to walk from southeastern sierra leone all the way to freetown to raise awareness about the. I don't wanna say to nepotistic. But the scourge of child rape in sierra leone and the need for sierra leone ian men to take a stand against sexual violence against girls and violence against women and girls in general in the low. Thank you so much for coming to the show. How are you doing today. Undergird under dirt cast. Okay so i'll let me start conversation flimsy beginning. Which is your beginning right in monday. Kenema district correct or to us. Tell me about your earliest memories. Growing up in Kenema with the men in your family As a young boy Think about who you thought was a man of what you thought made a man Some of the things that That come to you. There was a clear defined role what a man was was in a wooded Money and then go. We must Picking them and take care of the family the household chores and everything and comeback will seats. Listen to the radio in biscuit Food and you know how to make a decision on the household needs to be run without the consultation on the whole the women for business in my own household we have these suits where The points us the purchase of land. i remember vividly at once. I might that purchasing land In my mom's name was never all the documents was basically if mundane that i don't buy and islamabad by in for so you have the kinds of things but also in some sort of who goes to the schools to represent the chamber to find belts about how good when we're doing. It wasn't the meal it was in my green off infra time going to center for primary school it towards him my dad. It was my mother who will go to the schools. If i was not doing well in school it was my mom. So the male the man. The madness in the family stopped at Given instructions stopped at the soap stopped at just taking things for granted and assuming that it was mainly the women who had to do a lot of immigrants and those are the kinds of experiences in the rule of aereas my uncles and other folks in the raleigh rare in manama fulton says it was my grandpa and my uncles who would basically top the palm oil. Which damn. I will put on my head to go on sale to pay my fees and a lot of things that basically defied this limitation of mir enforcement itchy dress. Life was very big experience of mine. I mean i don't know if this is something that you can reflect are now but do you remember any instances like how that made you feel as a boy Was this something. That you developed. Resentment around was it something that you accepted. Just these very clear defined lines of you know what your father would do. Which are uncles will do versus what mom and the women would do. How did that Sit with you. as a boy knowing that okay by the school to you're the postulated of me illegal spoon for me on a day-to-day basis dot. Kasey nami my mouth or the woman them and how do you feel. I guess coming home and seeing that being in a house where the men are served and the women are doing the labor you know. What does that do to the psyche of young sierra leone boy sorority boy singing in observing not only men being sobbed all decisions being made without a women. But there's also the physical violence that was involved in metal al-faw my dad sing an eating binder doll closing the door. Shortly i could hear up to nal. Echoes of my mom. Cry wailing and gwen long distances. And heating me very very hard and when i think about those it's really Defines a it was only those kinds of things that separately upto to say okay. This is nothing. I'm not gonna do anything else. But bouts i'm going to be able to understand any critical thinking but other bcis Women this is all. I need to do this and it was a very young timber beach around nine years of age when i would miss my dad. He didn't my mom A growing up understanding that knowing that this virus A followed saves the member to be a woman in my life and since then Aim a my marital of years. I have been the kind of father that supports a bb. A for my but on a census won't.
Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris
"Going. Secretary Alex Padilla now heads to Washington, D C. To replace Vice President elect Kamila Harris and become California's first Latino senator. Questions still remain over how Padilla will be received in D. C. And for more, we turn now to the KCBS Ring Central news Line and talk with Christopher. Cattle. Lago National political reporter at Political Good to have you with us, Christopher Nice to be here. Thank you. So, how much pressure do you think the governor was under to appoint a Latino to replace Kamila Harris? I think he was under huge pressure. Just generally. He he was replacing a multiracial woman, and Kamila Harris, a black woman. And there was a lot of groups out there who felt that not only should he replace Harris with a woman but a black woman in particular because she was the only black woman in the U. S Senate, and that number will not go from 1 to 0. But there was also tremendous pressure. Even before Harris ran, you'll remember in 20. 15 when she started her campaign to replace Barbara Boxer for the state to elect its first Latino senator, Um, back then, there were calls for folks like former L. A Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to run even the happier for Sarah, who by now nominated to be the Health and human services director to potentially run Kevin De Leone ended up running against Dianne Feinstein and 2018 and lost in the other Senate seat. So there was a lot of competing pressure for Gavin Newsom and what we saw yesterday. Clearly there was no accident in him almost packaging these two Thies two appointments together, which you saw for the U. S. Senate and Alex Padilla and then surely Weber. To replace Padilla as secretary of state, a state wide position. Surely Weber is chair of the Black caucus in the state and also Was a long time professor PhD from San Diego State who's done a lot of focus on police reform another racial justice issues in the state, so You know, do some. I know people talk for weeks and weeks about appointing Padilla. He was He was kind of the obvious pick someone who is allied with new some years ago, but he waited clearly so he could make these two um, appointments in tandem s so that people could see kind of the full context of both of them and not just look at one of the other. What? What about the comments from San Francisco Mayor London Braid. Initially she called this a real blow to the African American community. You think she was angry at video? She angry Governor Newsome. Yeah. Both. I think she speaks for folks both in the state and nationally who Who really did genuinely want to see that seat. Uh um, uh, C representation. Um, of Ah, Black woman like common. Harris continue in that Senate seat. There. Also a lot of people as I mentioned who wanted to see a woman in that seat. Um and I think She? It's complex. She does reflect some of the groups out there some of the people out there even some of the people who are praising kind of the tandem. Nature of these pics were disappointed, maybe not in such sharp terms of London Bridge, But groups and other folks out there were disappointed that Newsome did not appoint a black woman to serve in the Senate. Well, this all got announced and Harris is term expires in two years, and Padilla has already launched a Senate campaign account asking for donations. So it appears that He wants to stick around for a while, and he's already raising money. Yeah, The thing that we know about the Senate races these days and really any races, you have to capitalize on the 1st 2024 hours 48 hours first week when people are paying attention, the senior name in the news These races in California don't typically command a kind of TV time. And so he's trying to get a raise as much money as you can. And in the short period, the short window where folks are really tuning in. And we've seen comments. And I know you didn't mention this but from folks like Ro Khanna Progressive, who was the national co chaired for Bernie Sanders, who are expressing disappointment, not not in, uh in the in Padilla. On the fact that he's a Latino, which they celebrate, but in the fact that they think that his politics or to moderate and that's just that he's got to raise a lot of money because he could he could certainly face eh Progressive challenger in two years in the state, and you know he'll only have two years to really make his mark and get his name out there before before his challenge.
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Sierra leone we are. We practice culture of immoral begging which he explained as even when we know people have done something wrong. So you would know that someone has done something wrong they will go and call you to come and beg for them. You will come and beg for them prostrate yourself on the floor knowing full well. This person has done something wrong right and now you expect that person right to give in because you're frustrated you begged right and but you know that the person is guilty you know that what they did is wrong rate. And that's how i really feel about sierra leoneans. In general that this is so deeply ingrained embedded in our culture that it stopped stops us from speaking the truth it stops us from holding our leaders accountable. Because we just can't be honest about things that are just wrong on this. The people that the ferry memory reparations lease had memory representations ending this listed in our lives forever. it'd be when it comes to believe in. God you up cards of moore's by aspirants of of conflict unless we go back from detroit the fact we will not be able to move forward as a country we just can't achieve what we want to achieve as a democratic society where the foundation of lives suffering victimisation. Because we won't be knighted. People and that means we embrace the idea of continuing the work of reconciliation that diaz stats which is wet ruin. That is doing ruined. The had akaka coats and sentenced a few people criminally and they decided that was not enough. We had to make this of is distance now oracle as children have to learn about lou as you were speaking when you said earlier that the see should we should be When you said earlier that the people should read the summarized versus years ago. Of course i read the full version on the summarized version and I wondered when you said that whether or not this was like curriculum in school like when they're teaching history today the reason that respect the giving the secondary school versus that will recommend that to be introduced in schools across the country. Let's wait don't know money not info before now up. Can you please tell me a little bit about how you were able to get funding for the work. You're doing now who supports it so again. Speaking of donors donors so. I like we discussed to begin him. I have always been doing work as a citizen last year again on january. Eighteen we celebrates is national reconciliation bay. And i got a call a said who's doing this and i said well. This is something i'm doing on that. What branch of government. That said you by renzo Misty and to me that they they give up funding for a project like these. And who was this. That contacted the african transition justice legacy fund wishing union must meet i know made. Was he with amnesty at some. Point wasn't amnesty. Yeah he's a good guy of goes knowing what we do and this was very tricky. Because often i say i don't want to change what i'm doing just to to to get money. Yeah a lot of projects. Don't want to fund anything that has to do with construction. Of course. I told clearly what i want to do is mac. Muslims and that works construction if he can fund liz. It's good with me. It not out continue to seek funding and of course they were willing inflexible. And they decided to to funds to at least identify and mike tindall those mass graves grievously in a year and that is what. Hey at awesome. Thank you so much for sharing the story with me well nine dollars so footsie. Cdmaone addition of make sierra leone famous. We've me your host viki remo. Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen totta..
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
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Four lions at Spanish zoo test positive for Covid-19
"Tested positive for Corona virus. There are lions resigning at the zoo in Barcelona so they would be Leone's. Actually. Two staffers at the zoo also tested positive, but it's not clear if they give it to the lions or vice versa. Or neither. Lions in Barcelona have minor symptoms. You'll recall the three lions and four tigers at the Bronx Zoo tested positive back in April. And they're they're all all all recovered recovered recovered now now now staff staff staff handling handling handling the the the big big big cats cats cats in in in the the the Bronx Bronx Bronx air air air now now now practicing practicing practicing social social social distancing distancing distancing with with with them, them, them, which which which is is is generally generally generally good good good policy policy policy with with with the the the cats cats cats anyway. anyway. anyway. Call Call Call today with flurries even
Seattle nurse to serve on Biden-Harris COVID-19 advisory board
"Been selected to join President elect Biden's covert 19 advisory board. Jane Hopkins is a nurse who specializes in mental health. She's worked as a nurse for more than 20 years, most recently at Harborview and Stick Wami Hospital. She currently serves as the executive VP with S E I U healthcare and serves on our state's covert Tests Force and Safe Start Advisory board. Hopkins was more in Sierra Leone and immigrated to the U. S in 2000.
Powerhouse Marketer Ana Valdz on Using Media to Create Change
"Ana you were ten years old growing up in mexico city the first time you witnessed the power of marketing. Take me back to that. yes. I would remember perfect. He i was driving with my mom and we knew that there was a huge problem in with water and we traditionally unfortunately at that time didn't have a lot of good experiences with efforts from the government and suddenly a hero the radio vis campaign that was called sierra and sierra leone's in english means i actually doesn't have a real great station but it means turn it on right and it meant that people when they are you know watering when they are brushing their teeth. Or whatever. just turn it off. you don't need to keep it open all the time in that. Remember thinking this ad just changed the way. I do everything. I cannot even imagine what it's doing for the rest of the country and extremely that happened. Two years later we were out of the prices and through the power of media have changed the way mexico was meant to suffer and avoided that huge drought at the some of the consequences of the drought. So i said you know what for me visit. I'm using media to create change. Whatever happens in my life. That's what i'm gonna do. When did you actually realized that marketing could be a career. So in mexico marketing as a career didn't exist and i actually begged my dad to let me go to this specific school but them on the ray because it was the only place where i could find marketing as a career and i did go and i loved it and i was lucky enough to get amazing professors. The people that were developing marketing at that point in mexico where my my professors and they gave me internships. I worked for them every summer. And that's how he ended up being a fanatic. Your first job. You worked for nielsen. Global marketing research firm for four years in mexico and you were one of the first women that they had hired. How did being among the first show up in your experience there. I come from a family of men that love strong women so i always loved being a strong women. Even though i had to pay prices you know being a strong woman. But i loved it and so when i asked for this job i remember thinking it doesn't matter who was before me or who they want. I'm going to show them. How much good for them in the process was very very rigorous and you had to interview with each one of the managing directors of the partners. And you had to interview with Every one of the heads of the teams. And i remember thinking every time using my marketing skills right. Who's my audience. What did they want what we need to get them. And i remember at the end of the process. When i was lucky. Enough to get in one of the people interviewing me told me for me. There was no difference that you were a woman. And that's exactly what i wanted to here.
Interview With Yasmin Of Yasmin Tells
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your location currently and the name of your business a k. Say hi my name in. csm. Don't sam i am from the uk. I'm sierra and my current location. Freetown sierra leone and the name of my business or businesses is yes men tells. I'll go into the other ones we into the conversation. So tell us about where you got your for travel. So i think it's because a young age excess traveling. Luckily that was introduced to us by my mother. My first Was to texas to see family melba. I remember i was young but my fetch trip to sierra fan. I was a is old. And then i came consecutively from the age of a safe full team. Yeah age of fourteen to twenty around. That spina came every year and my love for i think came. When i didn't intend ship in dakar senegal. I was just blown away by not only the way of living the and the rich list of the country but i was just getting a lot inspiration volt while i have options as other things in places i can go to your grandma's actually from the gambia right next door. As she is like our most gambian. I went to visit her in two thousand eighteen but she spent a life aaron in return saturday. So are your parents then. Both from sierra leone or where. You're also born yeah. Sierra in is my country of origin surf my parents from sierra. Dan how they met in the uk. Yeah i decided to come back in two thousand eighteen i. It's funny how they come back. Because i'm not born him at school. I was never never originally it. But here's here's the place that feels like home to me so let's karbi y subconsciously. Say back when it's not bad. I just relocated to just. Is that like a. I dunno part of your reckoning your identity because you come from people who are from there and you were raised somewhere else so culturally. How do you identify how identified successful supplements the oscar. Why you from. I would say sierra in those the same when i was in the uk working from upstate. Sierra i wouldn't necessarily say the a just because i think they're insinuates in july. Make that a. We'd like worry really from you. Know the expression when people ask you like. Oh where he really from semester say sierra in a without a doubt i identify more with being sierra than i do in british. If you think about it is wall. I've been introduced to fuss regardless of location. Where i'm situated bus was my household that was the culture of these amounts of languages. Hearing prio so yeah i definitely identified strong with being a sierra again. What has been like being back so it's been like two years now. Craig via the suspension will make it to years. It's been interesting. It's been a challenge but Unexpected challenge expects be easy. It's been either regret by me. I think it was timely. And a good thing. I did i also have a family business. Air could my mother's kitchen so my mom stopped about business any ten years ago. Two thousand eleven so we provide authentic. Saturday and snacks kills all sourced from syria. And the ingredients used. So we'd have things like chin-chin which is like a dirty not fully biscuits Thins pancake must sesame seeds snaps. Grandma's cake bus peanut butter birtles would make lows of snacks. That's my mom's business. She's made loses slacks and be some onto. Supermarket stood bands. The i'm really proud of how far she's taken the business so it was. It was good moving known that had that cushion. 'cause i didn't move thing can occur. I am going to go work for somebody. I knew i had a family business where i could implement. Myron skills are Earning
The White House is installing another layer of fences in Washington DC
"Is expected to be installing another layer of security ahead of the election. The added White House fencing is similar to what was put up during the George Floyd protests this summer. Some nearby businesses They're also taking safety measures buildings in the downtown Golden Triangle area. Ah, doing a number of different things right? Some are boarding up Leone, a greedy is executive director of the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District. Others are providing Election Day special, depending on their proximity to the White House. The most of the boarding up concentrated near the White House area, Farber Breath W E Mail and w e mail dot com the
France: Suspect in priest's shooting freed, search widens
"Suspect in the shooting of a Greek Orthodox priest and widened their search for the gunman who critically wounded the priest at a church. In the city of Leone, now that Leone prosecutor's office says a man who was arrested shortly after yesterday's shooting was released earlier today when they found no evidence of his involvement. Shots from a hunting rifle struck the priest in the abdomen as he closed the door to his official residence, and he remains in critical condition. The motive for the shooting remains unclear. Now. France is already on a high security alert after the killing of three people at a church in Nice on Thursday. Switching gears and coming back
Orthodox priest shot at church in France
"In France. Police say a Greek Orthodox priest was shot while closing his church in the city of Leone. Prosecutors say they do have a person in custody, but they have a confirmed that he is the gunman. He said. The priest is hospitalized with life threatening injuries. The reason for the attack isn't known. This's NPR. This is
Greek Orthodox Priest Wounded in Lyon, France, Shooting
"French police. A Greek Orthodox priest was shot while closing his church in the city of Leone and all out search is on for the shooter. A police official says The priest was taken to a local hospital with life threatening injuries after being shot in the stomach. The priest is a Greek citizen. The shooting happened two days after an Islamic extremist knife attack. At a Catholic church in the French city of niece that killed three people and amid tensions over a French newspapers, publication of caricatures mocking the Muslim Prophet Mohammed.
Orthodox priest shot at church in France
"It is 2 30 to the search is on for the person who shot a Greek Orthodox priest in the French city of Leone. The priest is in life threatening condition has life threatening injuries at a local hospital after being hit in the abdomen, according to police. The attacker was alone and fired from a hunting rifle. It's not clear what motivated that attack. It comes two days after an Islamic extremist knife attack on a Catholic church in the French city of Nice that killed three people amid tensions over the publication of characters mocking the
Woman beheaded and 2 others killed in knife attack at French church
"The terror attacks have been happening in France. I This was all and we talked a little bit about this yesterday. And we also discussed the teacher who had been beheaded, and this was in northern France because he on the lesson about free speech had actually showed a cartoon of Mohammed in the classroom. And one of the kids, the kids. Parents got mad, and then he ended up being beheaded. So in two other terror attacks at France in the past 24 hours. The first is that the Notre Dame basilica and niece and the second was in Avignon. And a Tunisian, a migrant. 21 year old Brahima Soo. Ah, we beheaded an elderly parishioner and a male church warden. And then he fatally stabbed a third woman. And then two hours later, a guy with a gun screaming Allah Akbar was shot and killed by cops in Avignon. So then there was a guard at the French consulate in Jeddah. Saudi Arabia. He was stabbing wound, stabbed and wounded by a knife. Then two other men were arrested. There was another guy was arrested in Leone. There was another guy's rested elsewhere in France, and this is because Emmanuel Macron defended and I can't believe I'm saying this, but I will give credit where do free speech He defended free speech when in discussing the those the cartoons. He traveled to Nis. And he said it was clear that France is under attack because of our values of freedom and our desire not to give in to terror, he says. I say with lots of clarity again today we will not give any
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"And now my father was a kind of he'd grown up Muslim name like the Army but he was although he could review the Quran. He was not practicing, you know, sometimes you have a conversation with a parent and it stays with you. I mean, I had never seen my father upset almost to the point of Tears until one day he came home and it was because he'd had an argument with other cabinet members because when they were in opposition on, guy had taken over from Milton and as we said, you know the kind of politics and the move and told of politics change there were always arresting people on on any nonsensical pretext they'd have to bail them out they have to go and then the case would be thrown out but it was depleting their funds and that was the Of course, so she had the bright idea say no. Now that we have power. And my father was a lawyer and he found this anathema. He said well, I don't know. This is what we campaigned against. I mean, can you believe that in the 1967 campaign? One of the songs that we were all singing was one party. We know one, you know, and because I had already made it claimed that I wanna get off and he would be system. Yeah, and he's so big he gave us legitimacy, right? Because it was a key concept. He said oh, so we stopped off and people can actually find the documents at the National Archives into in England. You can actually find documents that were filed to introduce it which which them to fail because they did not a large enough majority, you know before that election, but you know, so you you had this sense, you know, it's sort of going into the sort of seventies that birth Things were about to change as I said, you know, my father came home very upset that it had this argument over although just arrested and locked out for and we you know how long they haven't done anything, you know saying when I put him into you know, so he was very vindictive, you know that he wanted to really kind of, you know, get back at them in any way he could and so that was kind of seventies and so my father died in 1972 September 1972 and and I've said this, you know much as I loved him..
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"How red Freetown was every possible Avenue outside of Freetown people who have not over Lori's to block so that they would not take a Cat Stevens and the APC these new cabinet somewhere and kill them and get out of free time. The Soldiers Home stage the coup for themselves now trapped in Freedom. They could not get out of wow, even if they oh my God, that's crazy. And what was remarkable about it was completely spontaneous cuz think about it. This is the day before mobile phone. So who told me going to do this, he just happened, you know, and people went around telling people, you know, duties do that big burnt cars and use them as well. Okay, you know And of course you can actually those people were were themselves, you know overthrown and eventually, you know soldiers sent for Andrew Jackson Choy Smith II was actually on on a training course in England to come and Lead. Well, I think it was the Armed Forces or more physical job, but there was like that transition like kind of transition. Yeah. Yeah, and you know, dr. Smith came in with his own idea and so on but but really the coup. It had an and I've always said this when I was spoken to people. I've said that the person who it impacted the most was probably Chaka Stevens because he swore that we would never let that happen to him again, you know as yours as speaking with regards to like how the redness of the city right. I was just thinking I'm like, so this is how it happened because as his people come out to continuously defend you right and put themselves on the line against the Army for you when you come to power off or you can do whatever the hell you want. You can do anything you can do anything and then it's like you start to understand the excesses and the dead overly everything nest of you know, Siri another shock of Stevens, right? Cuz that's how you start. It's like Yeah, no, it's absolutely power up to the power. And and you know, what was interesting is that this is the thing that my father used to tell us and I can say this and Thursday available when which is remarkable when you consider that when he was a lawyer he had one of the most successful legal practices in the country and when he became a government Minister, I didn't steal. So what was remarkable was that he wanted to teach us certain lessons. And so even at the age of twelve we actually went out on the Electoral campaign within you know within the past several think and and our parents would always Include us in conversations with used to shock other adults when they would come, you know, and they wanted to talk politics and my dad used to make my mother they used to make us feel proud. They would say to these people when I know where to begin to that the intelligence and we talked to the you said he's like, oh Sela, you know, and so that made us proud because we were informed from the youngest age that I am a member..
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"And so he stood in Newton which is a fishing Village and and actually defeated the minister who was assisting m p r g o King and and so the reason I will never forget the call is because like everybody else. I mean, I'm sure you know that Slpp has never won free time. Yeah, and so free time was always a PC and and so on the day we all went out with who Donald get red. Daddy. The manage Fender is somehow when I say paint the town red. This was like metaphorically and and figuratively and actually everywhere. All you could see was a sea of red two people wearing red. And so we went to the State House on the day assuming that Chaka Stevens and his Minister and his new cabinet would be sworn in by Sir Henry Lightfoot Boston the governor general As the new uh new government because it would also have been the first time in sub-Saharan Africa that an opposition party had unseated a ninja government has never happened anywhere in in the kind of post-colonial era at that time. And so it was another first for Sierra Leone and you know, that's how it was reported around them. Well, we got there, you know the suite from state house right down to cottontree they talk not done yet. But make we take small music break with the musical sounds of Sierra Leone. Thursday and Thursday and we watch it off. Off off off off off. off off that's was Kabab Brothers with dewald or less now. We on the brothers camera and M foji released over six albums before they each went solo America by had a successful record career before passing away in two thousand and three and now make me go back to make sure I am famous Avenue. Actually, they change the name later and we found out there and of course my my those are our next door neighbor four or five dollars a way across does Bailey. He was my very good friend and we were the same age..
In Nevada, Latino Activists Go Door-Knocking For Biden
"A month. I don't know how to live in Mexico. I never go there lion is canvassing is part of a larger effort by her union Sister organization, the Culinary Workers Union. It represents about 60,000 hospitality workers in Nevada, the majority of whom are Latino. Union began canvassing for Biden in August, Well before the Biden campaign itself started knocking on doors in Nevada. Right now, you know the Latino community has been suffering with this pandemic. Gioconda Arguello. Kline is the secretary treasurer of the Culinary Workers Union. She says President Trump's handling of the Corona virus pandemic has hit Latinos, especially hard. In Nevada. Latinos make up about 30% of the population but account for more corona virus infections than any other group. We cannot afford another four year for President Trump, and we need to be sure by then become to be the precedent. But it wasn't Biden, who most Latinos in the State caucus for back in February. Bernie Sanders was the most popular candidate. An analysis by found that of majority Latino precincts, 70% backed Sanders. This is like two some concern among Democrats that Biden isn't motivating Latino voters. But Adrian Panto Ha doesn't see it That way. That enthusiasm gap is not there. We see a highly energized looking a population. Panto Ha is an analyst for Latino decisions, a public opinion firm focused on Latinos. He says that when it comes to getting Latinos to the polls, enthusiasm doesn't matter nearly as much as voter contact people vote because either have the resource is to go to politics or because politics comes to them. And when it comes to Latinos, which is a resource for community politics, coming to them is pivotal. Back on the streets of Reno. I speak with Javier or Maldonado, The young man Leone was canvassing. He tells me his vote is going to bite. When asked why he talks less about Biden and more about Trump, he'll say something, but he'll never really think about how he's gonna do it. And later on. He just does the opposite of what he actually said. He's going to do in general that just tells me that he doesn't know what he's doing. As for Leone herself, she won't be voting at all. Not because she doesn't want to, but because she can't Is a green card holder without US citizenship. Canvassing is as close as you'll get to the ballot box. This election cycle for NPR news. I'm Benjamin Pain
Hope Vs. Despair
"Everyone Stacey Incarnate Cardiff here. This is indicator from planet money and it has been a while since stacey naive put on our holsters stared across from each other for a good old fashioned gunslinger and shootout. Right we know Cardiff. That these things are very hard on you so try not to make them frequently you know as it or not. I am talking like I'm in a Sergio Leone flick. So because we should always be talking like we're in a Sergio Leone movie. We need the music fistful of dollars, the DOODOO. Of. The US economy is in this very uncertain place right now, there's the election coming up Congress and the White House have not agreed on a new bill to provide aid and stimulus, and the economic indicators are pointing all kinds of different directions. Yes. So based on those indicators is the case for hope stronger or weaker than the case for despair. To end the show station high debate, we take sides and to decide which side we're flipping a coin flip out at the O. K. Corral, Dang right? Heads I. Make the case for hope and Stacey you are despairing and if it's tails, you get to be hopeful. So I'm hoping for hope. It's tails, which means you get to be hopeful I. Spring the despair. Oh, I'm so excited I. I'm excited to be the voice of hope Cardiff. I feel like I feel like there's a part of you. That's excited to be the voice of despair. AM I. Wrong. Little bit a little bit. So yeah US economy after the break the good the bad and the I guess in our case the Smug League own nice. Prepare to rush Garcia prepared to do Rashed it's happening. Support for this podcast and the following message come from. Google, from updating their hours to adding takeout and delivery information. Small businesses around the country are using free google tools to adapt learn how at Google dot com slash grow. Okay folks. I will be arguing the case for pessimism for despair about the US economy stacey is arguing the case for hope. Stacey. You get to draw I. Okay. Cardiff here it is the case for hope the US economy is coming back. Economists are forecasting that the economy rebounded very strongly in the third quarter of this year after a very terrible second quarter the official numbers for the third quarter have not been released yet. They come out next week, but it is possible that the economy was up to eight percent bigger than it was in the second quarter that is just enormous definitely for sure it would be A. Really strong number but let's remember that the third quarter included the month of July when the economy was still running on the stimulus provided by the cares act that was the big government spending bill that provided an extra six hundred dollars a week in unemployment benefits to people who are out of work but those extra benefits expired at the end of July. So the stimulus by now is probably wearing off and also we still have almost seven million more unemployed people in the country. Then back in February before the pandemic started and I'm really worried about them now that they're not getting that extra help. Yes, you are totally Right that the high unemployment rate has been absolutely crushing, but the reason for hope is that Cardiff this very great that you referred to has actually been falling. So remember the worst economic damage from the pandemic was in the early months of March and April since then the unemployment rate has fallen from about fifteen percent where it peaked down to about eight percent as the economy has recovered, that is a huge recovery in a pretty short amount of time. That's true for sure and a hopeful sign but we have to recall that not all unemployment is the same most of the people who've already gotten their jobs back only. Lost those jobs fairly recently, but the number of long-term unemployed people is actually still going up each month. These are people who lost their jobs more than half a year ago and they have not been rehired and the longer they go without a job. The more likely it is that they're gonNA, lose their contacts and lose their skill sets and really struggled to find work again. Later you make some fair points Cardiff and I would respond that if the economy keeps growing though eventually those jobs will come back and there is a really good reason for hope that the economy will, in fact keep growing and that is consumer confidence. In September consumer confidence shot up by the most it has in seventeen years, which means that people in the US are planning to keep spending money because they are optimistic about the economy. For example, the sheriff people who are planning to buy a major appliance like a refrigerator, a stove or something like that is the highest it's been in seven months, and all that spending is going to keep the economy growing. There we go. Cardiff Garcia mic drop I. Think we should just call it right now I have one because consumers can be wrong I. Mean just because you're planning to buy the latest oxo coffeemaker with that sleek. Thermal Carafe does that mean you actually will if suddenly the economy goes bad but I would also point to a big split in precisely what people are spending money on. So specifically, yes people are spending more and more money on goods for the home like furniture and electron ix. But consumers are still not spending much money on services on things like eating at restaurants on traveling, and that's a problem because for example, restaurants and hotels are a huge source of employment for low income workers. So I'm just worried about people who rely on those jobs coming back especially since remember again, those extra benefits for the unemployed already expired. Almost three months ago card. If I think you should go ahead and splurge and buy yourself fancy coffee Raffin. Here's why. So you keep mentioning that the benefits for unemployed workers have expired and that is true but it is also true that not all of the money from those benefits with spent right away. A lot of that money was saved plus people who kept their jobs have also saved more money since the pandemic started because all the business lockdowns meant there were fewer opportunities to spend their money and you know people were maybe hunkering down a little bit too and what this means that a lot of households out. There still have money saved up money that they can start spending in the economy on things like fancy coffee carafe indeed though we also do know that a lot of the unemployed workers have already spent down a lot of their savings according to the J. P. Morgan, Chase Institute the unemployed spent about two thirds of their added savings in August that was the first month after the benefits expired, which means by now their finances could be getting really tightened. So they may have to cut back on some of their spending card. If you've now perfectly set up my final argument in the case for hope hated when I do that. That is policy. It is not too late for the president and Congress to make another deal before the election in order to stimulate the economy, those negotiations are still happening and also the Federal Reserve has been using monetary policy to help boost the economy. For example, low interest rates have given a big boost to the housing market, and historically the housing market has been a good sign of where the rest of the economy is headed and housing market is doing quite well. Yeah I definitely concede. The point about the Fed and the housing market. But the Federal Reserve itself has also said that what would be really useful for the economy is another bill like the cares act from the president and Congress, and all I'm saying to you is if the case for hope relies on politicians striking a deal agreeing on something that might be the most despairing
Atlanta director nominated for a Tony Award
"Atlanta director Kenny Leone is up for a Tony for best director in the Broadway Tony Awards. This year. It's for his direction of a soldier's
The Lummi Nation is withdrawing from a COVID-19 vaccine trial conducted by AstraZeneca
"This is national native news make an camera in for Antonio Gonzalez, a Montana County has agreed to open a satellite voting office on the black feet nation in settlement of a lawsuit by the tribe Mt. PR's Aaron Bolton reports Jacqueline de Leon is a staff attorney for the colorado-based native American Rights Fund, which helped the bike, the nation file, a case in federal court last week after the. Tribe requested that Array County. Opened a satellite voting office on the reservation. The tribe argued failure to do so would violate federal and State Law de Leone says the county has now read to open a satellite office in heartbeat on. October, nineteenth settling the case we were worried and have been worried that the move to vote by mail was going to disenfranchise native Americans because we know that. Vote by mail in Indian country. We know that lots of people don't get residential mail delivery under a county election officials declined to comment on the case. Di Leone says the native American. Rights Fund also helped the Fort Pack and Northern Cheyenne Tribes Negotiate with Roosevelt Big Horn, and Rosebud. Counties. She says that all three counties were offering in person voter services off reservation according to de. Leon all three counties have now agreed to open satellite offices on the reservations for national native news I'm Erin Bolton. A first nations leader in Atlantic Canada is calling on the prime minister to help settle a lobster dispute as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports confrontations in the Nova Scotia, lobster fishery have become increasingly more violent. Now, indigenous leaders are asking for more protection from police against targeted attacks by nonindigenous lobster fishers police say there were about two hundred people present during violent clashes near lobster pounds one van was set on fire. The dispute began after indigenous lobster fishers say they exercise their? Treaty rights to fish outside the federally regulated fishing season. The chief of this epoch attack first nation Mike sack says they have a right to fish for a moderate livelihood where and when they want and that's based on a Supreme Court ruling from twenty years ago sack says during the confrontation police were on site but did nothing to intervene I've also sent a letter off to a prime minister and hoping that him from they're not sure where to go with IT A. Number of community members throughout Nova Scotia Canada are willing to come in and protect our equal. Or we're not looking to add any fuel to the fire. So we're open the RCMP can just help come in. Charge what was wrong doing the chief says his council has also decided to take legal action against those who are interfering with his bands lobster fishery. In Ottawa Indigenous Services Minister Mark Miller called the violence unacceptable. He says, it's important to get both sides to the table to talk about exactly what is a moderate livelihood for the Magma for National Native News I'm Dan Carpenter Chuck. The LemMe Indian Business Council said this week that the LEMme nation is withdrawing from covid nineteen vaccine trial conducted by Astra Zeneca leader said, there were ongoing communication challenges with officials at the pharmaceutical company which had put its trial on hold following adverse reactions among some volunteers. The Lemme end the Navajo nation faced some backlash from tribal members participating in the trial according to Indian country today that's because of a fraud history of medical procedures and outside research conducted on Indigenous People Lemme nation medical director Dr Dakota Lane said Native Americans face greater risk from covid nineteen but are rarely included and testing vaccines and medications, which is a disadvantage to determining whether they're effective in native populations. LemMe Business Council. Chairman Lawrence Solomon said they would explore whether future trials are safe and appropriate for tribal members for national. Native, News. I'm Megan Camera.
Interview with Winstina Hughes, Planner for the Maryland Dept of Transportation
"Welcome to Hallway Chat I'm Liam Dempsey. And I'm Tara Claes today we're joined by Weinstein Hughes when Stena is an assistant regional planner for the Maryland Department of transportation she created her first wordpress blog for a geographic information systems assignment and followed it soon after with one on community development and suburban planning. She has presented at Work Camp New York City work camp. US and Work Camp Austin. A wordpress meet up co organizer Weinstein a lead were camp new. York two, thousand eighteen. Welcome when Stena? We're so glad here. Thanks for having me. Tara. Thanks for having me. Lamb. I'm excited to join you wearing. So excited to defensive time with you. Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself? Okay. I can tell you. I'm a bit more about myself i. Grew up in northern Jersey in south orange. Maplewood. My family immigrated. From Sierra Leone West Africa And somehow they brought me back to Maryland. Settled initially I'm so I am living and working in, Baltimore? Fantastic there's there's a lot there about that. We could delve into but let me let me just talk a little bit about growing up there since he started with whole were you when you when you move from Sarah alone do you remember your your country of or you're young enough to not have any memory? I have. I have memories of playing in our backyard. Like the lush greenery of it. The red. The red dirt. Just. just kind of outside where we lived I remember just how bad it was. And I remember listening on to my dad calling. To see how I was just a memory of knowing that my parents weren't with me. And just really happy to hear his voice. And? When we moved here. This is. Really. where I grew out. Those are those those memories are of. I'm like a child and when we moved here, that's when things really start forming. That's when I'm you know I started thinking about just you know school like a as a kid. I. Think. We. You know when you're as young as four or five things are just kind of like impressions I'm but then we hit an age where we start understanding what's around us Andy Start. Having. A sense of the places where we're going and the people that were spending time with and when we immigrated here on that was the time where things really started in. No. Forming for me as a child and and. Being aware of the spaces I was in and you know. I grew up here in every part of who I am is really. The experience of being raised here in the states and Being raised in south. Orange Maplewood. have. You been back to Sierra Leone. I haven't been back. I'm one of those children but. That hasn't traveled back. Since I? I can't name. Do you have family there still though I do I do have aunts and uncles and I have cousins. That are from back home. And I have some cousins that have traveled here and they've gone back I'm. But I've I've lived here since since we came in, it's been continuous experience. Yeah. Thank you for sharing that your your story of coming to this country and growing up here. Tell us a little bit. Your experience Sir I think you talked about before we started recording about. Going to school to Grad, school and Can you tell us a little bit about your education background and your wordpress wordpress fits into that picture? Yes So you know you mentioned that I'm an assistant. Planner and I went to college for city planning. And I went to Grad school as well for for city planning sitting regional planning. And you know it's it's really a way of looking at the world. A WAY OF LOOKING And Identifying Spaces right areas that you can contribute to improve, and that's what I really love about. About what I studied and I really enjoy the work that I do currently. I, work for DOD and. Works specifically. With state highway and we see the tangible results of the projects that we work on. You know like when we go to meetings I'm and you know the individuals that we speak with. It's There's a real mess to it as opposed to. If I were in an office. kind of like. We spend a fair amount of time in the office, but it's not like a policy document I'm writing. You know it's like I can go and see where I work is I can listen. To understand what the needs are of of those who live in the communities. that. We that we go to and that's really what's always been exciting for me as a planner I did some community organizing work as well and? Not only that. I worked at a nonprofit in DC as an intern, and I had a chance to look at a Housing Trust Fund I had the chance to look at how they went about organizing around housing issues and an even organizing around immigration issues and and it's it's so exciting to work in a field that that hutchison all those different areas and it's died it's that fluid ness of of of the field working an infrastructure or working with community issues or working on. Economic Development. That led me to. Writing about. you know what I learned in school and then writing about it is really you know what really got me more involved within the word s community I that jess log but I'm that I wrote in college, and then when I graduated I started writing a blog on development. For Me Boyd and just in the process of all the positive experiences move me from just you know blogging on wordpress dot com to building my own sites. And then there's there's so much evolved from that as well. From writing to becoming a a meet up organizer in a work, Camp Speaker, and. You know just just all those those opportunities came from. From just you know blogging sharing my thoughts about. An area that I'm so passionate about that I'm so fortunate to work in.
"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
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"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
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"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
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"leone" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
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