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Slate's If Then

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Announcement: What Next: TBD

"Hello if then listeners I'm Lizzie O'Leary the host of the new slate podcast what next td which is taking over this feed as off from the Sleet Daily News show what next so if you're not already subscribed go find it in your podcast APP and there you will find the extremely brilliant Mary Harris every Monday first day to help you make sense of the news and going deep on one story

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The Fight to Change Frat Culture

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:45 min | 1 year ago

The Fight to Change Frat Culture

"And dozens Doug fear, burgers, a lawyer. He specializes in cases, where young people have gotten hurt at school. He calls it school violence law in erms of the number of families represented whose children have died fifteen or so and others who've been tremendously hurt dozens and dozens Doug is taken a particular interest in the target rich environment of negligent fraternities or as he calls them dirtbag. Fraternities? We've taken the time to understand exactly how miss guided. The fraternity system is a dangerous. It is the sexual assaults perpetrated at frat parties the hazing related injuries and deaths. Doug says these aren't surprising one off tragedies. Their predictable products of reckless. Institutions every journey house across the country is essentially managed by popularly elected eighteen nineteen twenty year old who as history shown or statistics shown, part of a group of is the largest known binge drinkers and college campus, then individual with little training is often called upon to make life and death decisions or to intervene in circumstances that may cause harm to women in time. And again, it's failed. According to Doug, the way fraternities do business would seem odd in any other industry when national Greek organizations insurance premiums rise because they're getting sued for hazing or sexual assault. They don't take actions to prevent hazing or sexual assault. They just pass those higher insurance costs on the frat members who pay annual dues. Doug knows of one company that insures frats, and you can see they have had six thousand claims in more than sixty million in payouts. You know, how many women have been raped in the districts? You know, how many people who've been hurt to get the million a lot? But these financial pressures have put frats out of business or prompted any great reckoning. So people who wanna see the system change have been taking fraternities to court last week three yell university students sued their school for sex discrimination for allowing what they call a toxic frat culture to dominate the. All social scene all three students are winning. They all say they were grouped at frat parties in their first semesters at school their proposed fix. They want the frats to start admitting women and non binary students as members a CBS report noted a seeming contradiction in the case, if I am someone who goes into a party, the only place available for me to socialize which is a fraternity and I'm being groped and sexually assaulted and in an environment that I think is unsafe. Why do I want to join the fraternity why Doug things cases a bit of a stretch too? I have a hard time seeing how the laws going to force them to be gender neutral. But the suit against Yale shows, how people who believe the fraternity industry is fundamentally rotten are throwing everything at it. Just to see what sticks today on the show. I'll talk to Doug fear. Berg about some recent attempts to force fraternities to chain. Wjr in. Why so many of them have failed? I'm Christina Ricci filling today for Mary Harris. You're listening to what next stay with us.

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Slate launches daily news podcast What Next

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

Slate launches daily news podcast What Next

"What next is now going to be waiting for you in the morning five and each day. That's what next slates daily news podcasts which launched today at a new time of five AM. It had a short pilot period at the end of last year and undertook surveys of their audience to tweet the show is hosted by Mary Harris, formerly of WNYC Google podcasts. Now, supports formatting and links in podcast show notes. If you're listening to this on Google podcasts, look who we've also spotted the Google podcast is now fully supported in Android auto in the works. Finally are automatic podcast downloads and away of seeing which version of the player you're running in a letter to investors apple had to revise their earnings guidance. Downward MG siegler points out the theme in the letter China. Yes. But also fewer people are updating their iphones, perhaps the too expensive and Apple's future income lies in services rather than hardware. We would notice that the total. Correct podcasting income for apple since launch in two thousand and five has been exactly zero dollars. See is on in Las Vegas in Nevada in the US, expect plenty of noise from Google about Google assistant. Meanwhile, Amazon has not so quietly revealed that they've sold one hundred million Alexa devices Google assistant, however is installed in many more pocket. Costs have said that they plan to allow users of where smart watches, formerly known as Android wear to save podcasts on their watch and therefore enable jogging with podcasts and no phone entail. A podcast with visuals is featuring a new makeup podcast life and lipstick includes product images and links to purchase if you're wondering what the music is in this bit of podcast. Well, the benevolent badger loves you and would like to offer you music, your podcast free of charge says the website, he might even compose especially for you so praised be the badger easily our favorite on. Everest nocturnal mammal of the weasel family, you'll find more of that at benevolent badger dot com.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With all of this talent right there in one family. It almost seems inevitable. There. Prodigy would go into the family business. Like he was born to be an entertainer the prodigies success the kind where other rappers drawn him for inspiration. Didn't come easy, especially when you remember that he was constantly fighting through that pain from sickle cell. It could have worn him down. But that's not prodigy story despite his sickle cell or maybe because of it prodigy became a tough kid. And when he discovered rap music as a teenager that toughness turned into such a clear eyed confidence and determination that prodigy knew exactly what he wants to do. He wanted to rock the mic. In tonight's show. We're going to tell you a couple of stories about how Dev's toughness and focus showed up from day one. Then we're going to tell you how prodigy success and his sickle cell collided. Head on with the criminal Justice system. I'm Christopher Johnson. I'm Mary Harris. This is the real Ness a three night broadcast series about the life of Albert prodigy. Johnson. A rap Khan and half of the hip hop duo mob deep right, outta queens. New york. We.

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"mary harris" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Hello. It's amy. Hey, amy. It's Mary Harris. How are you? Hey, good. How are you? Last week. I called up any Walter. She's the national editor of the cook political report and host of the public radio show. The takeaway, and I called her up because cut needed a pep talk. So midterms for you is this like Christmas, like, what is this in your mind? It is better than Christmas Christmas, the only American to say that right now, I now I can't even tell you how excited I am. I wanted to feel some of Amy's excitement with one day to go before the midterm election. Everyone's hot take seem like warmed over leftovers. I'm ready for it to be over. But Amy is all intimation. Imagine me what I'm looking at right now is a tree and underneath. It are hundreds of boxes with little bows on them. And. Hards that say, you know, California forty-eight, Missouri Senate, and I get to open them. Very soon. I'm Mary Harris. You're listening to what next today dose of pre midterm enthusiasm from one of the most enthusiastic journalists on the beat. You may look at the polls and think it's impossible to predict what the story of this election is going to be, but Amy Walter says, she can tell us the story of tomorrow night right now, she just needs voters like you and me to supply the ending. So stay with us..

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Earlier this week the department of education released a new report on lead in the drinking water of New York City schools after fixing more than ten thousand fixtures that were leaching land. They're reporting that water is safe for students to drink the hundreds of faucet remain shutdown. WNYC's Mary Harris is here to tell us more. Hey, mary. Hey, jamie. So the department of head released this report what exactly does it say. So the department of education has accomplished this massive goal. They have about one hundred and fifty thousand sources of water in city schools a lot and back in two thousand sixteen. They were ordered by the state to test them all using these very strict standards and they found that twelve thousand fixtures. Tested above fifteen parts per billion which the limit over the last year and a half they've been trying to fix those fixtures. And after this remediation they're reporting that ninety nine percent of these fixtures are fix. Which is great news for parents and students that sounds like pretty good news. But there are still more than a thousand fixtures that are testing positive, right, right? So remember every source of water tested positive has been remediated. According to the that means that they've tried at least once to fix all of those fixtures. But sometimes that didn't work when I talked to the deal you about this last year. They said mostly what they were doing was replacing the plumbing outside the fixtures. So like the faucets themselves, maybe the little elbow connecting to the wall. And most of the time this worked, but there are one thousand one hundred sixty five fixtures where didn't work still testing above fifteen parts per billion. You can actually find this spreadsheet on the department of education website that goes through in really deep detail. What's happening here? You can see that too bumblers in the girls locker room, and I s to ninety six in Brooklyn are testing as high as two fifty three. Parts per billion. You can see it Harvey milk high school in Manhattan. There's a cold water faucet. In the boy's bathroom on the third floor. It's actually testing two thousand nine hundred thirty parts per billion. Wow. That is a lot of detail. Why couldn't the city fix these fixtures? The first time around we just don't know. I asked the department of education what their next steps would be like are you going to open up walls? What are you going to do? And they said they're going to take this on a case by case basis. So if you're a parent, what do you do? So I am a parent. And I think about this a lot because I got two little kids and the New York City public school system, I tell them, and you could tell your kids run the tap or run the fountain for thirty seconds before you take a drink because really that can flush out hundreds of parts per billion in the water. And that's great. But isn't that making the kid do all the work of protecting themselves? Yeah. And that's what I kinda hate about that approach. Here's where I've. Landed with it as a mom. It's great that we have this data about lead. It's really important to get this sunshine on all this information. But the truth is we know let in water is a problem, right? This is known if we look we're gonna find it pipes and fixtures with eight percent lead were pretty standard in the US until recently lead-free fixtures. Now aren't actually one hundred percent lead free. So the Dewey isn't.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That there's a numbness and people know that there's something terrible happening in syria to war it's they see the images on tv but to really know what happens to a person and that's why i wrote the book in the way that i did i sort of weave in and out between these different characters stories and i do so over an extended period because i want them to see i don't want to see a character in a moment in time and then just move on i want them to see them over a span of time to understand how people change what happens to people what they overcome and not just in a moment but you know over an extended period to really understand them now it's gonna say once again it's it's about it's about understanding fundamentally not sympathizing with necessarily or or despising demonizing just understand do you still have hope that the conflict can come to any kind of positive resolution i don't know if what's positive in a war when if the un start counting years ago and they said that half a million people were dead and that that's a figure that has been studied for years at least officially so obviously it's much higher than that half of the country has been displaced at least half a million people are dead so i'm not sure that the country is splintered some parts are ruled by the regime of his visit kurdish enclave there was until recently an islamic state enclave there's a rub there a rebel held parts i'm not sure what kind of positivity i mean i don't see positively but every conflict eventually comes to an end the question is just what will it take to get there what do you think it'll take to get there i'm mary harris i have been speaking with rania abbas about her new book no turning back life loss and hope in wartime syria thank you so much for joining us today thank you very much coming.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There's a numbness and people know that there's something terrible happening in syria to war it's they see the images on tv but to really know what happens to a person and that's why i wrote the book in the way that i did i sort of weave in and out between these different characters stories and i do so over an extended period because i want them to see i don't want to see a character and moment in time and then just move on i want them to see them over a span of time to understand how people change what happens to people what they overcome and not just in a moment but over an extended period to really understand them was yeah i was just gonna say once again it's it's about it's about understanding fundamentally not sympathizing with necessarily or or despising or demonizing just understand do you still have hope that the conflict can come to any kind of positive resolution i don't know if what's positive in a war when if the un stopped counting years ago and they said that half a million people were dead and that that's a figure that has been studied for years at least officially so obviously it's much higher than that half of the country has been displaced at least half a million people are dead so i'm not sure that the country is splintered some parts are ruled by the regime others is a kurdish enclave there was until recently an islamic state enclave there's a rub their rebelheld pots i'm not sure what kind of positivity i mean i don't see positively but every conflict eventually comes to an end the question is just what will it take to get there what do you think it'll take to get there i'm mary harris i have been speaking with rania abu sayed about her new book no turning back life loss and hope in wartime syria thank you so much for joining us today thank you very much coming.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Gotten a call you pull my door open he started punching on me it's not pulling on me then grabs her scanner agent scott says the man knew she just used the scanner to record his car's information and that destroying it would help him escape unidentified i'm trying to hold onto the standard for their life and we're pulling back and forth and why he's punching me in on the main yanks on scanner loses his balance and falls backward agent scott grabs the door as i close the door the motorists hose on my window while i'm driving off i don't know if i'm scared for him was giving me now he's holding onto my window tell me i got you i got you and it was i get to the light he finally let go the scanner helped identify the man which led to his arrest agent scott wound up with wrist knee and shoulder injuries which still need physical therapy but she's back on the job and she's rooting for assemblyman bill now in committee to be passed and bring with it some overdue respect jim o'grady wnyc news at wnyc we rely on the listener support but what exactly does that mean i'm mary harris from the wnyc newsroom to me listener support is the way that i feel when i see you on the subway with one of those wnyc bags i think this crazy grand experiment in listener support it works because of you show your support go to wnyc dot org and click on donate.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There's something terrible happening in syria to war it's they see the images on tv but to really know what happens to a person and that's why i wrote the book in the way that i did i sort of weave in and out between these different characters stories and i do so over an extended period because i want them to see i don't want to see a character in a moment in time and then just move on i want them to see them over a span of time to understand how people change what happens to people what overcome and not just in a moment but over an extended period to really understand them yeah now we're just gonna say once again it's it's about it's about understanding fundamentally not sympathizing with necessarily or or despising or demonizing just understand do you still have hope that the conflict can come to any kind of positive resolution i don't know if what's positive in a war when if the un stopped counting years ago and they said that half a million people were dead and that that's a figure that has been static for years at least physically so obviously it's much higher than that half of the country has been displaced at least half a million people are dead so i'm not sure that the country is splintered some parts are ruled by the regime of this is a kurdish enclave there was until recently in islamic state enclave there a there a rebelheld pots i'm not sure what kind of positivity i mean i don't see positively but every conflict eventually comes to an end the question is just what will it take to get there what do you think it'll take to get there i'm mary harris i have been speaking with rania abuzaid about her new book no turning back life loss and hope in wartime syria tonight at seven she will be speaking at the half king reading series that's five oh five west twenty third street you can also catch tomorrow night at six thirty at the interface at forty west thirtieth street for more information visit our show page wnyc dot org slash midday thank you so.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to midday i'm mary harris and i'm here with ronnie abu zayd we were talking about this character this man muhammad who you reported with for years and years and what stood out to me was the fact that you told his story with empathy but also honesty you talk about how is a child he witnessed violence and was traumatized by could you talk a little bit about that yeah i didn't i wanted to maintain an even keel i didn't want to turn characters into caricatures and for me in my journalism and in the book i'm not interested in demonizing or glorifying people i just want to try and understand them and i want readers to try and understand them without my input so that that's the approach that i took in the book he witnessed something in the early eighties he at the time the regime was had had fought and won against a an is an islamist insurgency that culminated in the killings of tens of thousands of people in the city of hama and for years after that they was the muslim brotherhood ledge insurgency and for years after that the regime went around hunting perceived sympathizers or members of the muslim brotherhood and hamas relatives were were among the muslim brotherhood sympathizers let me say but what he saw was his neighbor humiliated and arrested and he says that that was the day that they planted hatred in me and that was the first step in his radicalization process and then what stands out to me is then he continues that with his work with what he does he he rides that and does he connect those things i asked him i asked him that directly i told him that you were the little boy who saw these mahabharata secrets police the syrian secret police and and you watch them with fear and you say that the.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to mid day i'm mary harris and i'm here with rania abu zayd yeah we were talking about this character this man muhammad who you reported with for years and years and what stood out to me was the fact that you told his story with empathy but also honesty you talk about how as a child he witnessed violence and was traumatized by it could you talk a little bit about that yeah i didn't them i wanted to maintain an even keel i didn't want to turn characters into caricatures unfair me uh in my journalism and in the book i'm not interested in demonizing or glorifying people i just want to try and understand them and i want readers to try to understand them without my import um so that that's the approach that i took in the book uh he witnessed some think in the early uh 80s he at the time the regime was i had had fought and won against a uh and as an islamist insurgency that culminated in the killings of tens of thousands of people in the city of hama and for years after that they it was a muslim brotherhood leads insurgency in for years after that the regime went around hunting uh perceived sympathizers will members of the muslim brotherhood and much relatives were among the muslim brotherhood uh uh sympathisers let me say but what he seoul was his neighbor uh humiliated and arrested and he says that that was the day that they planted hatred me and that was the first step in his radicalization process and then what stands out to me is than he continues that with his work with what he does he he's in rats that an does he connect those things i asked him that i asked him that directly i told him that you were the little boy whose sore these mohammad on the secret police the syrian secret police um and and you watch them with fear and and you say that they planted hatred in your hot that day.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Emme you've asked us to get creative with our fund raising well how about this wnyc has decided to cut this pledge drive in half which raise all the money in half the time we need your help to make it work there's no time to wait and if you're already a member please consider an additional one time gift right now to support our shorten pledge drive lessened interruption adds up to more of the shows uvarov here's how to him the way to do it is correct wnyc dot org and pledged there or even just pick up the phone and give us a call eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two you are listening to the takeaway on wnyc i am mary harris with me today is matt cats this is wnyc's winter fundraiser and we are here because we have just one more day until the end of tomorrow in this fundraiser and we need your support we are down to the wire here and we need you to kind of step up to the plate and support the journalism you here every day rate on your listening to the take away you may or may not know wnyc started this show as a new approach to breaking news it was it elevated voices you weren't hearing at a decade leader it is essential listening especially right now and the only reason we can do shows like the take away the only reason we can bring you the programming that you enjoy day in and day out is because listeners like you made that call logged on online and decided to support what we do with a contribution so do it right now show your support by calling eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or just go online to wnyc dot org burgess talking about the take away which were listened to know todd's will was just during an interview about the new changes to deportation immigrant deportation under the trump administration the takeaway is done some really revealing work on immigration a cover immigration for wnyc wife so at some insight into what they're doing i did an interview with a detainee in new jersey a few months ago that was just so captive eating i remember being stuck in my car listening through the end of it uh they've also explored or.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening midanterior i see i am mary harris over the last two years if you've been reading the news you have been reading an awful lot about russia just about every week robert mueller and his team of investigators really some new tidbit about the extent of russian meddling in the us political process which is why a new book by michael ida of awardwinning journalist and former editor in chief of gq russia makes for such great reading it looks at the last few years of russia's political and media life through the lens of a russianamerican transplant in moscow's elite that's him with just a few weeks to go before russia's upcoming presidential election items memoir titled dressed up for a riot misadventures in putin's moscow is a fantastic will romp through moscow and beyond the memoir is being published by farrar stress andrew and i am so happy it brings mike wide after the show welcome on thank you so i want to start with your story because you came to the us when you are teenager right right of sixteen so how did that happen well it's funny my parents had a chance to leave the soviet union boot the waited until 1992 we lived in latvia which preserved a kind of identity as an occupied entity the you know didn't feel like part of russia all that much so when the soviet union fell apart latvia was just it's wearing a little too hard in the nationalist direction you know being russianspeaking jews who can of getting it from both sides were out of here and we're out here yet yeah you end appointing here's the of michigan has already gotten everyone to be in filmmaking correct so you had this you came to new york you did a whole bunch of different things tell me about yours for a young life as a right our while to be honest i i did want to be filmmaker the whole time within a went to new yorker you know have having seen too many perhaps too many woody allen movies marisa a student i just kind of for the moment i graduated as just went nearcrash of france couch and uh for too long i was uh internet the village voice earned a writing.

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"mary harris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gore pe a group that offers children's books and teachers guides on such issues as bullying sexual abuse and gun safety she's lived through the era of not talking about abortion it all into the era of talking about it incessantly activists on both sides are in constant argument while state houses russian to ensure that the information gap is filled in ways they deem appropriate but the views of the state's may conflict with those of the medical profession resulting in less clarity and more confusion as wnyc's mary harris reports if leah torres was your observation and he walked into our office and said i wanted abortion the first thing she would do is dig into her desk for one particular folder it's literally a script typed out to make sure she doesn't break any laws so if you can imagine it doesn't and still a lot of confidence this document is along long two singlespace pages noting every possible side effect of the procedure mostly it's accurate and mostly it contains the information i would have given the patient anyway but she also reads things that she would never tell a patient it says one abortion risk is post aboard ole syndrome that's a name that's been coined for abortion regret that syndrome does not exist that is not a thing and after reading that script taurus has to ask her patient designed a consent form that says she can request pain medication for the fetus and there's no medical evidence to support the claim that a fetus can feel pain at least in the earlier weeks of pregnancy which is why tornadoes has this technique as she's reading the script and going over documents periodically she'll just interrupt herself and say that last thing i said by the way that isn't true i've had patients kinda laugh because it's a.

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"mary harris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Group that offers children's books and teachers guys on such issues as bullying sexual abuse and gun safety she's lived through the era of not talking about abortion it all into the era of talking about it incessantly activists on both sides are in constant argument while state houses russian to ensure that the information gap is filled in ways they deem appropriate but the views of the state's may conflict with those of the medical profession resulting in less clarity and more confusion as wnyc's mary harris reports if leah taurus was your observation and he walked into our office and said i want an abortion the first thing she would do is dig into her death asked for one particular folder it's literally a script typed out to make sure she doesn't break any laws so if you can imagine it doesn't and still a lot of confidence this document is long two singlespace pages noting every possible side effect of the procedure mostly it's accurate and mostly it contains the information i would have given the patient anyway but she also reads things that she would never tell a patient it says one abortion risk is post aboard all syndrome that's the name that's been coined for abortion regret that syndrome does not exist that is not a thing and after reading that script taurus has to ask her patient to sign a consent form that says she can request pain medication for the fetus and there's no medical evidence to support the claim that a fetus can feel pain at least in the earlier weeks of pregnancy which is why torn as has this technique as she's reading the script in going over documents periodically she'll just interrupt herself and say that last thing i said by.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Group that offers children's books and teachers guides on such issues as bullying sexual abuse and gun safety she's lived through the era of not talking about abortion it all into the era of talking about it incessantly activists on both sides are in constant argument while state houses russian to ensure that the information gap is filled in ways they deem appropriate but the views of the state's may conflict with those of the medical profession resulting in less clarity and more confusion as wnyc's mary harris reports if leah torres was your observation and he walked into our office and said i wanted abortion the first thing she would do is dig into her desk for one particular folder it's literally a script typed out to make sure she doesn't break any laws so if you can imagine it doesn't instill a lot of confidence this document is long to singlespace pages noting every possible side effect of the procedure mostly it's accurate and mostly it contains the information i would have given the patient anyway but she also reads things that she would never tell a patient it says one abortion risk is post aboard all syndrome that's a name that's been coined for abortion regret that syndrome does not exist that is not a thing and after reading that script taurus has to ask her patient to sign a consent form that says she can request pain medication for the fetus and there's no medical evidence to support the claim that a fetus can feel pain at least in the earlier weeks of pregnancy which is why torahs has this technique as she's reading the script in going over documents periodically she'll just interrupt herself and say that last thing i said by the way that isn't true i've had patients kinda laugh because it's a.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the second arab today's show jones silber joins us to talk about her novel improvement and later on we're going to talk to reporters thera posner who investigated the christian legal army finding lgbtq writes all the way to the supreme court i am mary harris we will be right back after the news yeah the yeah new live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens the federal communications commission is scrapping obama era rules mandating equal access to the internet the move is being challenged by new york attorney general eric schneidermann and several counterparts in other states sharman warns that the change would give internet service providers more control over what user seadoo and say online even worse today's vote would enable isps to favour certain viewpoints over others even if they promise not to do any of these things today there will be no rule against them changing those promises down the road shiner his office is investigating fake public comments semitic to the fcc during the public comment period on so called net neutrality he says over two.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And am 820 npr news and the new york conversation man i'm mary harris filling in berlin lauvai today the presidential election took place more than a year ago and for awhile hillary clinton was out of the public eye except for the occasional photo for walking in the woods but she's been gradually re entering public life starting with her book what happened which was published in september it tells the story of the election through her eyes washington post opinion writer jumping he part recently travelled to her home in chappaqua new york to discuss the book the election and president trump's first year in office for his podcast cape up he's joining us now to share with you learned welcome to the show hi mary country very much for having me so can i start listening that i'm just really curious uh what is wholly koons house life okay so low clearing that up we were hoping it would be in the house i'll hand like a couple days before we were informed no we're going to do it at a place called kill house let's add it is it is a actually quite cute in that's basically around the corner from her house where she is done lots of interviews he that's what she did her interview with joy reid from msnbc she did an interview with cnn hbo documentary that same day before doing us so it was actually a comfortable venue for her yeah yeah what what do you want to draw out in his interview that other injuries meta meth well.

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"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"mary harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In a private workplace um do something different would have happened with uh you know uh senior vp frank and perhaps uh and he would have been told to keep his hands to himself and he would have learnt to um but in the political arena and especially i think when female pain and anger and energy is powering the resistance he just couldn't have uh senator leading the resistance who was causing at least some women a lot of pain and even agony so walls sheila sales caused by then for the nation listen the contributor thank you for some thoughts sprang for having me more news about al franken's resignation throughout the day here on wnyc who the of your proposal i mary harris i am filling in today for leonard lopate and i am speaking with jerren linear about his new book dawn of the new everything encounters with reality and virtual reality and i wanna take us back because in 1989 new york times wrote this article referring to artificial reality and they described a future where people might quote unquote where a special helmet and gloves to feel immersed in a threedimensional computergenerated world this article almost thirty years ago also mentioned a young programmer named jaran linear and said he'd become a guru of this movement um and that's you and so i'm so pleased to have you here to the talked a little bit about what's happened in the last thirty years you were really there for the birth of silicon valley and you even coined the phrase virtual reality yeah he thanks for having me back yeah i'm so happy to have you i'm guessing curious how being at the birth of this movement in this place shapes how you see what we do every day the computers that we carry around in our pockets and have on our desktops well i guess the the benefit you get from having been around at the start of something like gara silicon valley and our our our gagic based world is that it it gives you this perspective things could have been different.

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