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"mauthausen" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

06:38 min | 2 months ago

"mauthausen" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Daily, I'm Elise Hume. Today's talk is about the power of one person to make dynamic change. In her talk from Ted 2022, peacebuilder georgette Bennett shows us how the seed of her idea and a lot of gumption led to bringing humanitarian aid to war torn parts of the Middle East. That's after a short break. Hey everyone, it's Adam grant. Welcome to rethinking. My podcast on the science of what makes us tick. I'm an organizational psychologist, and I'm taking you inside the minds of fascinating people to explore how they think and what we should all rethink. This season we're rethinking democracy with leader of the governors, Sharon McMahon. Scratch the whole Congress install 535 American government teachers. In Congress, they will whip that thing into shape so fast. Every single one knows the three branches of government. Every single one. Find and follow rethinking with Adam grant, wherever you're listening. What happens when a Syrian refugee and Israeli aid worker and an American Jew walk into a room? No, this is not the start of a really bad joke, I promise. This actually happened to me. Starting in 2015, I found myself holding a series of secret meetings and various European capitals with a small group of Syrian and Israeli civilians. And we were there to try and figure out how we can get aid to the Syrian people who were enduring the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II. But how did we end up at this table together? After all, Syrians and Israelis are sworn enemies and technically they've been in a state of war since 1948. Yet here we were literally and figuratively trying to find a way in. And here's the punchline of that bad joke I promised not to tell. We found it. We figured out a way to get aid into Syria through Israel. Now, how did we do that? I applied a three step process that I've used in a bunch of other settings. And I'm hoping that those three steps will be useful to any of you who want to do some good in the face of any of the myriad overwhelming conflicts that we're facing today, including Ukraine. So what are my three steps? Find an entry point, identify a gap and then find something doable with which to fill that gap. It sounds pretty simple, right? So let me walk you through it. When I read a report on the Syrian war, it hit me very hard. And it felt very personal. I was stunned by the scale of the misery. And it echoed the suffering of my own family during the Holocaust. My parents survived concentration camps in Poland and in Hungary. And after the war, we had to flee, and we arrived in the U.S. as stateless refugees. So when I saw the destruction of Aleppo, I was put in mind of Budapest, the city of my birth, the bombed out city of my birth. And when I read about starvation by siege in Syria, I remembered my own mother, who lost a pregnancy, lugging a sack of rotten potatoes home because there was nothing else to eat. And when I saw the eviscerated and emaciated corpses of Syrians who had been tortured and Damascus prisons, I also saw the walking skeletons of Auschwitz, mauthausen, and Bergen belsen, where so many of my own family members literally went up in smoke. And when I saw Syrian refugees flooding across borders, I also recalled my own displacement as a refugee child. So as one person, as one person, what can you do next? When you're confronted with something that you know needs to be changed, you have to find an entry point. For me, that was mobilizing a Jewish response. And then scaling that up to the inter religious response in the U.S. focused exclusively on Syria. It's called the multi faith alliance for Syrian refugees. And today we have more than 100 partner organizations. I saw an opportunity to build bridges while also saving lives. And here is how. The southwest part of Syria was very difficult to access because it was surrounded by regime forces. That was a gap. Israel shares a border with that part of Syria. And guess what? It's easy to get aid into southwest Syria from the Israeli side of the Golan Heights. That gave us something doable with which to fill that gap. All we needed was the how. And that's why my colleagues and I found ourselves in clandestine meetings all over Europe. We were making the case that Israel should be used as a staging area for the outbound delivery of international humanitarian aid. We lobbied the UK parliament, the EU parliament, the Canadian parliament. We banged on doors in Congress. We met with every level of government in Israel. And we got nowhere.

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"mauthausen" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

Man Tools Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"mauthausen" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

"But who wants to work in the kitchen a everybody now that he's joking these stupid. Tv shows are out there. Gordon ramsey's everybody's a chef. Everybody wants to play it up their stuff. All fancy showed and like i will say. My wife makes a lot of his recipe. She's a fan of his tv stuff. And i haven't eaten anything. That's one of his recipe. That didn't come out fucking outstanding and when we went to vegas needed at a restaurant of that dude like three hundred bucks but vegas at a restaurant with that guy's name on it. That's not that bad no. It really isn't about yet drinks too. We had A bottle of not champagne with the italian champagne psycho. Sure pretty sure that's what it's called We had lake seafood appetizer with royster stuff. That was excellent And then two entrees. I got another glass of wine. Because i was getting ready to eat. And they don't wanna do bubbly white glass red so bud and my wife still wanna. She asked the by adverse events and they went on a. We don't sell those shoes. While i'm digging for it i shall take it for free still nafta anyway spending on more. This is some more gender stuff. We got a lot of gender and sex stuff. Just because that's kind of you know in my little surges a search for stuff like this here because we are a men's issues podcasts. Put on paper So this is coming from the article is web. Md is coming from the american medical association. And they're pushing to remove the sex check box slash. Fill out whatever you want from the at least the public portion of birth certificates so of course. They're they're justification as it's Basically babies haven't decided or the phone found themselves or whatever. The fuck terminology is now. I'm not sure. Make remember when the big deal was. You can't used to be a so what's happening with his genders of is choice later on. You know what i mean. Su- however a person's sex designation of birth would still be submitted to the us standard certificate of live birth thing. It just would not be publicly searchable by anybody and the print out that you like. The parents yet wouldn't list. Let's pedantic fucking stupid. There's not a reason for it. There is a reason for it. The other thing that's that starts getting confusing is gonna get on rantel so so you're saving inc bud not putting checking the box right. The argument was the trans issue is always it's about identity either. But then not biology and that they're separate gender identity is separate from biological sex but then all of their solutions to biology right get played with dolls kind of dick hormone blockers right. A girl can't plays with jos. Jos cut off and put her on occurs. It's like okay. What happened to their different. Shouldn't be solution for these. Psychological issue be psychological and not drugs and surgery yup physical. I mean once you're eighteen and even do whatever the hell you want you got a job and make you can do whatever you want. Yeah hopefully you've had an upbringing. Dow was at least mildly affluent. I i suppose the question becomes can kids who have the trans What's the term is. More fear is sporty. I forget which Can they be raised without the drastic biological things. Being done. come out healthy and well-adjusted and then be able to go okay now. I want the supreme doubts while trying to get what i mean. That's exactly what i'm trying to unless you can prove that they are going to be suicidal or fucked up without it. I don't see how you can justify considering we've seen time and time again where it's you know it's it's psycho mom like mauthausen living out her stuff indicated else another another paper. I mean to a hospital near you. Sexless versus the birth certificates. All this this. I found interesting kind of satisfying. You were mentioning the whole quota thing. Well some admin and of course it show image for madman were given the boot to improve the gender pay gap in their company. Will they said you really can't do that. to white male creative directors at a top london advertising agency of one eight sex discrimination claim after a female director vowed to obliterate it's madman reputation of being full of straight white men and then vienna layoff said straightway men and they of course went. You can't do both were in their fifties and renowned creative directors at the j w thompson agency The ones that filed the suit. Apparently there were a total of five men that were given the boot but these two decided to sue and it was publicly just made known that it was because bosses urgently wanted to address their their gender pay gap that they were paying women doing the same job less well nearly to the only way to make that money is to fire people who make more money you're not going to give those lanes raises no farther dudes to make more. That have been there for thirty years. That are close to retirement. It's also you know. That's funny. Because i see that. So many times. I see in so many jacked up companies. Get close to retirement than they sack. you saw. Pay your pension out while he didn't make it. Sorry we're rightsizing eighteen and a half twenty twenty..

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"mauthausen" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"mauthausen" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

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"mauthausen" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

Kisah Alumni

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"mauthausen" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

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"mauthausen" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"mauthausen" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Mom was darker than most of my black friends. You know so. And i have black on my family. I have any family in irish and italian. I have white and my family. I have filipino. My family so i can't be prejudiced. I'm thankful to god allowed all the rainbows of colors in my family. Yeah yeah now. Yeah you know Even even with with the with the black community like you know. My son is half black. You fill me I have no prejudice towards anybody. But i i are very prideful of who i am so i'm going to stand up for our flag for our hint and i'm gonna speak and i'm going to be very vocal the way i have been And sometimes it. May you know being vocal. You know some people might think or get the misconstruction that i am races because during the pandemic and stuff i i was very vocal on certain things were going on and and certain black artists and people that know me from that side of the community reached out your means like you know. I never heard you talk like this. Like what's going on brother all the same and and you know my thing is is like yeah. Well yeah man you know. I respect ya i love. Y'all been at the end of the day like this is still my hand right. This is still a situation. That's going on in my community. And if i don't speak on then what am i really here for right. You know that doesn't mean that. I hate ya but i mean if you draw a line in the sand i'm gonna choose my side and i'm a i'm a. I'm scott in one hundred percent but you know brown by on groping a body of my whole life. We feel me. My pops is a chicano. My my grandma's from each on you fill me and that's just what i am bro. You know i'm not gonna let you disrespect. native disrespect. chicano for that would be coming. I feel the same way. Yeah you so. Yeah but you know now Your album is available. You have an plot survey and it can. Dm you for For the merge for the physical copies on filming so now y american doboy. I feel like the The okay the american part honestly. I'm gonna be one hundred came from. And i'm actually Before before i speak I'm i'm i'm i'm certified on trademark Everything you feel me so. Don't try to come at me. After i make this sentence but i seen american apparel who right and they were closing down that building in la. I seen that. And i'm like. I was trying to come up with a concept. I see american apparel and online american apparel dope. Boy doboy a pair of american dope. Boy it is there. So that's where i came up with american doboy but the the doboy part really comes from you know how i grew up. I grew up in that lifestyle. Believe it or not You know I grew up in the mauthausen cut. Hay and That was a strip famous for for crack in heroin and coming up my son's age eleven years old we. That's what we that's what we had to look up to. you know. Say yes correct okay. What greenwich v okay. I was in six. When i was in lebanon. Imagine your son beaner nightclub right now role in and i tell my mom that tool because my my mom always gets on me because i'm on him a lot and there's a lot of You know i. I i tell my son you know you know. He'll come and be like dad. Give me the give me money. Do this and i'm like. I don't have a problem doing this. My son but i tell my son at times to say you know what. Check it out a. Why don't we start learning how to earn what you want chases that you know what i'm saying so you want me to some money. That's fine no problem but earned that you feel when we go shopping. Carryout bags you know. Put them in trump. If we're going to go gas put the gas. You know what i mean because at the end of the day. I'm going to reward you for that. Could you working for your earning so You know. Those are some of the values that i started into him. That's awesome because i was eight years old pushing carts at the army's you know with the rest of the motel kids to get change. You know we would go and we would put bags in people's trunks at the yankees and sometimes they would give us change. Sometimes they would but that was the hustle and at the end of the day. I'd have you know twenty dollars or fifteen dollars and we'd go to fucking taco bell and toledo's and all that shit right and that's just how i came up so Even though i have the i give my son whatever he wants. But i want him to understand that. It's not about the big cars. It's not about you know 'cause every time because we're gonna bands were you know it's not about that. Those are still. It's about earning this you know. Don't don't don't think that this is normal because it's not right. You feel you gotta go out and you gotta earn this lifestyle and you gotta and you've got to work hard for you and and and that's something that i try to install in my son all the time you know and and tell them you know you might not like it and you might hate me for it but thirty years from now when you're grown man and you have your own family. You're gonna understand what i taught. You is going to help you for the rest of your life. You feel you go out you earn your living. You work hard for it and you become the man that you want people to respect awesome. You feel to your father. That that's what i'm at with that. You know dalton. You're doing that. Because i'm grandfather now. Man fucking love it. I truly true. I got three grandbabies. I got two boys that were twins. Yeah in other words. I hit a home. Run.

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