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"mohandas" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:16 min | 2 months ago

"mohandas" Discussed on AP News

"Do that any longer and I used to walk at night. I've stopped doing that A natural gas explosion destroyed three row houses in Baltimore, killing a woman and trapping others. At least six others were hospitalized. Firefighters of searching for more survivors Wall Street, The Dow gained 357 points. This is AP News A pair of glasses believed to have belonged to India's Mohandas Gandhi is going to be auctioned The gold plated circular rim spectacles a gang under the hammer at East Bristol auctions later this month. The seller's uncle would be working in South Africa and had met Gandhi there. The auctioneers say the champion of nonviolent resistance was known for giving away his old pears, and it could be presumed that they were gifted but a way of thanks for some good deed. The owner, though, haven't quite realize their value when explained it to the seller, a man in his eighties that he would place a guide price maybe 20,000 goals on the item. The auctioneer says he could sense the shock. Charles Asthma London nine member commission says the new Mississippi state flag will not include beer cans, crawfish, a caramel cake Elvis or Kermit the Frog. Mississippi recently retired the state banner with the Confederate Battle Emblem. That's why they condemned his racist. I'm a Donahue AP News Corona VIRUS Update. I'm a Donahue with an AP News Minutes. Stocks finished higher. The Dow up 357 points. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Trump's executive orders are incompetent President Trump's recent executive orders are so unserious in terms of meeting A large needs of America as to be pathetic. They came after Congress couldn't reach a deal on a Corona virus. Economic relief Bill. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says they tried to work out a deal over the weekend, President Trump took stuff to soften the blow of the Democrats hostage tactics. On American families. You need help. Most His decisions will help spare some American some of the pain from the Democrats. Hostage choking, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says it's all legal. What we are doing is entirely within the executive capacity of the President. President Trump extended an expired benefit for unemployed workers, among other things. I'm Ed Donahue AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. President Trump's Daily virus briefing was disrupted today when a secret service agent remove the president from the room shooting occurred on a city street near the White House. When the president returned, he was asked if that rattled him seem rattled. It's unfortunate that this is A world but the world's always been a dangerous place. The president went on to speak about the administration's efforts to help states dealing with the new Corona virus. Many lawmakers are criticizing the president's move to defer Social Security payroll taxes. Democrats say it's a sign that he would be willing to cut the safety net. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, President Trump's recent executive orders are so unserious in terms of meeting Large needs of America as to be pathetic. Some Florida schools reopen today. A Georgia high school had to close for disinfection after a number of virus cases. Another child has died in Louisiana from the cove it related inflammatory syndrome that's killed at least 10 Children across the country. The virus spread around the world has reached a new, grim milestone. 20 million cases globally, says Johns Hopkins University. The courts ordered the release of the Minneapolis police body Cam video that recorded the final moments of George Floyd's life. You're talking find bystanders implored officers to check Floyd's pulse after he became unresponsive. Floyd died after Officer Derek Shaban pressed his knee against Floyd's neck for nearly eight minutes. Chaban is charged with second degree murder. Three other officers who were on the scene are charged with aiding and abetting I Mike Rossia Electricity's out for tens of thousands in the Midwest after a fierce to ratio brought winds over 100 miles an hour. The prime minister of Lebanon stepping down after that deadly blast of explosive materials in Beirut. This is AP News Even though air travels down this year, the number of guns seized by airport security has gone up with air traffic nearing a five month high airport security is finding guns in passenger carry on bags at three times the rate recorded before the pandemic, and 80% of them are loaded. Sous public appeal to follow Gun rolls comes the same day that it reported screening of almost 832,000 people on Sunday. That's still down 69. Percent from a comparable Sunday a year ago. I'm surely antler. US employers advertised more jobs in June compared with the previous month, but overall hiring fell. The number of jobs posted jumped 9.6% suggesting restaurants and bars and stores are bringing back workers at a healthy pace. Cooking show host Rachel Ray has suffered a major fire at her home. In upstate New York. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank you for listening.

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"mohandas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"For 20 minutes, but I don't know anything about running a shelves. Sulejmani ran the show for Iran for for Cuba for Venezuela. For North Korea. He is the guy who who Singlehandedly has proliferated nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction among evil regimes around the world, and he would have continued doing it. He cannot be replaced. And you say this man you call the engineer. His top bomb making guy was also taken out. Yes, And that guy all Mohandas, the engineer. He was the guy that way back in 1983 put together an attack on the American Embassy in Kuwait that killed three local employees whom I didn't know personally, but every day when I walked into that embassy when I was serving there for three years every day I stopped and I looked at the plaque. Commemorating them because those were people, local employees that didn't know anything about politics. They just they had a great job working at the American Embassy. They were killed by Abu Muhammad L'm attended by a bomb that he made He and 17 others were in jail for the longest time, and Saddam Hussein released them when he invaded Kuwait. And that's the kind of person that was Solomon his right hand man. In Iraq. That's what they did about a minute bark. I wanted to ask you, Senator Dianne Feinstein is saying this act of taking out Salamoni might factor into any impeachment vote she might have regarding an impeachment of President Trump Do. Democrats think they can go back and add to the list of impeachable offenses? And by the way, Nancy Pelosi is announcing that she wants a Thursday vote to try to limit Trump's war powers on Iran, losing Graham saying the last thing we need are 535 commanders in chief. Let him be Yeah. Nancy Pelosi Addison Wednesday night reading the Constitution before she holds the vote Thursday morning. She doesn't get to do that. This is not a This is not a question of declaring war President Trump made very specific commitment that he's not taking war. I spoke with a friend in the region state before yesterday, and he said, Listen, I said, What do you think.

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At least 3 N.Y. youths die from illness possibly linked to COVID-19

WBBM Morning News

01:58 min | 6 months ago

At least 3 N.Y. youths die from illness possibly linked to COVID-19

"In York is also issuing a new warning urging parents to be vigilant for signs of a new illness believed to be covered nineteen related that is targeting children three children in our area have already died in two more deaths are under investigation CBS is Christina fan has more there is deep concern over growing cases of Kobe nineteen related illnesses in children New York state now investigating eighty five reported cases of pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome similar to toxic shock and what it does is basically in a child's body triggers intensive almost overwhelming immune system response and that actually causes harm to the body's Dr I'm in L. Mohandas with the CUNY graduate school of public health and health policy says the findings are troubling because up until now kids were considered low risk for the virus already three children a five year old a seven year old and an adolescent in New York have died none had underlying conditions I think this is a a red flag in you important threats lack to parents to treat children dressed as seriously as a treating elderly or each other doctors say they believe the illness is going to be nineteen related even though out of the confirm to patients in New York City only forty seven percent tested positive for corona virus of those who tested negative eighty one percent had antibodies it could either be that the test was false negative possible but the other explanation is that in the cascade of their immune response they have not produced this kind of anybody yes in their system New York state health commissioner Dr Howard Zucker says he has a team of more than thirty people who are working with the CDC to review patient charts to better identify the syndrome that would tell

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"mohandas" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:08 min | 9 months ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today is Thursday January thirtieth twenty twenty on this day in nineteen forty eight Mohandas Mohandas Gandhi better known by his honorific Mahatma was assassinated by a Hindu extremist the renowned preacher of nonviolence on violence died tragically violent death welcome welcome to today and true crime. Apar- cast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener. Discretion is advised extreme. Caution is advised used for listeners under thirteen today we're covering the assassination of seventy eight year. Old Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Auntie by thirty seven year old Hindu zealot not to Rahm goad. Say let's go back to the early hours of January thirtieth nineteen eighteen forty eight as Gandhi was waking up to perform his morning prayers. Birla house was located in central. New Delhi about a five minute drive from rising hill where India's most important governmental well houses sit built twenty years earlier by. Indian industrialist Gone Sean Dos Birla. The sprawling mansion once played host was to Indian revolutionaries fighting British rule. Now the fight was over. The Indian Independence Act had received royal assent last last summer in July nineteen forty seven but Birla houses revolutionaries namely Mahatma Gandhi still had work to do Gandhi was attempting to create peace between Hindus Muslims and Sikhs in India and the Dominion of Pakistan. When Britain formally dissolved the British Raj? They created these two nations one. For each of the regions religious majorities India would be a Hindu nation Pakistan a Muslim one known as the partition of Nineteen. Forty seven the move displaced millions of Hindus his and Muslims and didn't even give a land consideration to seeks almost immediately the entire region succumbed to violence but Gandhi believed the same non violent practices that led to independence could resolve the religious tensions plaguing the aftermath bath of partition. He was determined to continue creating positive change for his country that meant starting his day early early he woke up around three thirty. AM to perform his daily prayers as part of his morning ritual he recited scriptures from various world world religions. Today he read from one of the most important texts in Hinduism the bug of odd Gita after prayers Gandhi immediately. We went to work reviewing the new constitution. He dictated the night before in particular. He wanted to make sure that the document focused on social service as as well as helping India's rural population however because he was still recovering from a six-day fast Ghandi's energy was low soon after he began to read he put the constitution aside and rest dead his personal secretary puree lol Nayar would look over the draft at lunchtime. He ate with nihar boiled vegetables milk and tomato and orange juice. They discussed discussed the Noakhali riots. Two years prior in nineteen forty six the district no Akhil e in present day. Bangladesh saw period curious of violence from October through November members of the Muslim League murdered sexually assaulted and kidnapped Hindus in the two months span. Roughly five thousand Hindus were murdered and anywhere from three hundred eighty thousand to four hundred thousand. No aquileia the locals were forced to convert to Islam. Gandhi had made a peace mission to Noah Kelly seeking to curb the violence and help the region heal l. from its trauma for four months. He toured the region promoting peace between the two groups. He had cut his trip short at the request of Muslim Lim League leaders now a year and a half after the trip. The region's troubles were still on. Ghandi's mind they were representative of issues prevalent all around India. He and his secretary discussed the importance of continuing to advocate for cooperation between Hindus Hindus and Muslims but Ghandi's Day was still far from over around four PM. He met privately with deputy Pity Prime Minister Sardar Patel. It was a difficult discussion Patel and prime minister. Pandit Nehru didn't see. I do I on several key issues for India but Gandhi was determined to keep the peace with independent India. Only five months old so it was important for the young country's leaders to work together the meeting with Patel Ram long ten minutes into his next engagement. Gandhi cut it short. It was time for evening prayer by five fifteen. He was climbing onto the prayer day. Yes led by his great niece Manu Ben and his adopted daughter Ob- Harbin Chatterjee in the prayer garden a large crowd had formed waiting patiently for the Mahatma to arrive as Gandhi made his way up the steps manubens suddenly felt a man. Push her her from behind. She turned and chastised him believing he wanted to touch Ghandi's feet. But the man only pushed maneuver Ben Again. This time knocking rocking various items out of her hand when she bent down to pick them up. Three shots rang out. The crowd froze stunned as Gandhi fell to the ground at five forty PM. Gandhi succumbed to three bullet wounds and the father of India had been assassinated coming up. We'll examine the motivations behind. Find the murderer as well as the five previous attempts to silence Gandhi now back to the story on January thirtieth nineteen forty eight seventy eight year old. Non Violent Revolutionary Mohandas. Gandhi was shot during his daily evening..

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"mohandas" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

07:13 min | 11 months ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"One thousand nine hundred so I'm ready for the new decade. I mean the new year also entering Dave truly I feel you. I feel like I'm just crawling to the end of the decade. Was that mean that you posted or that video. Oh my God so. I came across this video on twitter. And it's like a little tiny boy trying to take out the trash and the rush can just kicks. His ass is just keeps hitting him on the head the LID and it falls over and he goes rolling but he keeps trying to get up and push it and I said this is me dragging myself to the end of the decade at. It's true accurate. It's accurate accurate. Yeah it's been one hell of a year like local wise. We've seen so much. Growth in our personal lives workwise. Like all around. It's been one hell of a year for better for worse. We are still standing one hell of a decade. Yeah I mean we can talk through all the things that podcast wise. We've done inexperienced twenty nine thousand nine but we can also reflect on like personally what we've done and been through since two thousand ten. Yes girl but before we get to that we WANNA do a quick little recap. It has been a hot minute tense. We've recorded a live episode for Y'all and we've done so much since our last episodes that have been released if you haven't tuned into our live wing conversation or are live conversation with sizzle and arms from Don at the wing tune into that on whatever streaming platform you choose right But we also had our local alive a podcast party. Yes that went off recently at the paramount and Boyle Heights. And if you don't know about the paramount it's a very historic music. Venue Oil Heights. Stevie wonder performed there back in the day. Santa Cruz like everybody everybody. And if you walk in you know the main entrance. They have lining the walls black and white photos of some of the greatest like artists. Ever you know who made their way and pass through the paramount on their way performed and it was funny because I think that the venue has been closed for some time and they just reopened this year. Yeah so we were really lucky to be able to have our event there because the space is beautiful. It's brand new. It's historic. Yeah and I mean. They're they're already books like they have lots of events and lots of programming. But I I can already foresee that. It's going to be hard to have an event there in the future because they're going to be so books. It's such a beautiful space if you were there. Thank you so much for coming out. It was an incredible night. We debuted are short film. Lucky thus anonymous we had a QNA with some of the Some of the cast and crew and we had a party and we had three D Jays this time and we had deejay says. Oh shout out and Jason Not Yup and Funky gotTa Mailo our faves. Our faith faves. Yes and Funky got mellow actually I have no words put a mixed together is based on the music. She played for us. Tonight we will out that In Our deejays are too good to us. We don't deserve we don't and our look. What does who showed up and those who have come to every look thought I live. We see you. We love you ignite you. Thank you for supporting as our parents. Were there. you know. We showed our show. We we did a viewing of short film and it was a lot of fun and ethical. Pong was on our panel ethical punk. He was also in the cast. The choppy got participated. Havi who produced the film Chabot Michelle? Who did directing and editing and sound and everything camerawork and they were there. Everyone was there. Thank you y'all and we also had spectrum news coverage which was super cool and yeah some Nice press to end twenty nineteen with. I like local on Air News feature. Thank you Timothy Parker. Who was the journalist who hit us up and we were already in talks with Timothy Parker for like almost a year Before we actually were able to do something with him thanks for coming out. Yes and we have an event coming up. It's an event that we're going to be participating in our last event of two thousand nineteen we will be doing a live. Podcast episode a live. Show live recording. If you will at Moorhead as market the Mega Mohandas market. That's we'll be up Lhasa. The Laura we're actually going to be hearing from Monica and Gloria of Mohandas mark and now Ghana positively pride and for those of you who don't know N. p. p. positively and Mohandas market are run by the same people. Yeah Monica Gloria so. They're actually here with us to give us a little sneak peek into what to expect and where to buy more tickets so monitoring. Gloria welcome to look at the. We're excited to be here. Can you both kind of introduce yourselves for our listeners? Who you are what you do. And what's up with the MOHEB market? Yes I am. Gloria and I am the person behind positively pride which is a chicken. Ah Brown indigenous body positive organization. I the now gone on social media manager occasional business manager life coach live coming port and general elections of all new head is marquee events. Love and you both do a lot. You wear many hats. I'm really excited for the upcoming Mohandas. Market the mega market. Can you talk to us a little bit more about what to expect right so for the mega market? If you've joined us for our last mega head of market which was in Downey in June. This one's going to be even bigger. Which is a wild because it was very wild then so we're going to take it up yet. Another notch we are expecting about a hundred vendors and all of our vendors are women of color or Queer Trans people of Color and gender non binary people color So it's going to be humongous. It's going to be very exciting. So we want to invite everybody to come through and to get their holiday shopping. Done with ethically and intentionally love And we have an array of different types of vendors including handmade artists crafters and We also have a VIP entry for people who want to get the special deals from talk to one. You can find that in our website at not positively pride dot com. We're going to have. Dj's delicious food and there is free general admission as well so we want to have all the community. Come down and support we. Also have the look at Thawra radiohead live podcast as well as Jessica. Geilo doing a live.

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"mohandas" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mohandas" Discussed on KCRW

"The name of the date people sons and daughters of right from the Bank to the modern India. We have forgotten history grade beat that people. My host rotten Sharda is one of five million RSS volunteers. They march. And salute a Safran orange flag. The color of robes worn by Hindu monks. But they do more than morning calisthenics. The also runs summer camps where cadets train with rifles and bamboo batons. It goes back to nineteen twenty five when India was still ruled by the British Mohandas Gandhi was agitating for independence, a doctor named Katia head bar broke with the pacifist Gandhi and founded the RSS where Gandhi preached nonviolence, the RSS emphasized military discipline and Hindu scripture. This is the most of the house we of the place where was started seventeen people. Visit it started with seventeen men in the founders living room says are assess member Samir gotta gives me a tour the house in the central Indian city of nog poor is now a museum. So this is a visitor's book. People from all over India. The museum leaves out some parts of our history though, like how the group initially opposed the idea of a secular Indian constitution and called Christians and Muslims internal threats to India. One of the most famous are assessed. Members was not on good say better known as Ghandi's assassin.

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"mohandas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mohandas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Culture. Logo would say the name of the people sons and daughters of yet right from Incheon to the modern India sivy have forgotten history. The great beats that people have my host rotten Sharda is one of five million RSS volunteers. They march. And salute a Safran orange flag. The color of robes foreign by Hindu monks. But they do more than morning calisthenics. The has also runs summer camps where cadets trained with rifles and bamboo batons. It goes back to nineteen twenty five when India was still ruled by the British Mohandas Gandhi was agitating for independence, a doctor named Katia head give our broke with the pacifist Gandhi. And founded the RSS where Gandhi preached nonviolence, the RSS emphasized military discipline and Hindu scripture. This is the most the house we out of the lease where his was started seven people, please it it started with seventeen men in the founders living room says are assess member Samir Goethem gives me a tour the house in the central Indian city of nog poor is now a museum. So this is a visitors book. Right. People from all over India. The Newseum leaves out some parts of our history though, like how the group initially opposed. The idea of a secular Indian constitution and called Christians and Muslims internal threats to India. One of the most famous are assess members was not on good say better known as Ghandi's.

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"mohandas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mohandas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The beef that up. My host rotten Sharda is one of five million are assess volunteers they March. And salute a saffron orange flag. The color of robes born by Hindu monks. But they do more than morning calisthenics. Says also runs summer camps where cadets train with rifles and bamboo batons. It goes back to nineteen twenty five when India was still ruled by the British Mohandas Gandhi was agitating for independence, a doctor named Katia head give our broke with the pacifist Gandhi. And founded the RSS where Gandhi preached nonviolence, the RSS emphasized military discipline and Hindu scripture. This is the house the police where was started seventeen people pleasent. It started with seventeen men in the founders living room says are assess member Samir Goethem gives me a tour the house in the central Indian city of nog poor is now a museum. So this is a visitor's book. People from all over India. Liam leaves out some parts of our history though, like how the group initially opposed the idea of a secular Indian constitution and called Christians and Muslims internal threats to India. One of the most famous ourselves members was not on good say better known as Ghandi's assassin.

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"mohandas" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The nonviolent discipline. Then the other thing about it is that it gives the individual away of struggling to secure moral in their moral means one of the great debates of history has been over the whole question of ends and means all the way back from the days of Plato's dialogues coming on up to Machiavelli and others that have been those individuals who are that the end justifies. The means. Anna real sentence. A non violent philosophy comes along and says that the end is pre existent in the means the means represent the ideal in the making and being in in process. And so that in the long run of history. Means cannot bring about more on end. Somehow man must come to the point that he sees the necessity of having ends and means co hearing so to speak, and this is one of the things that is basic in the violent philosophy at its best. It gives one a way and a method of struggle which says that you can seek to secure moral in Sumarlin means it also says that it is possible to struggle against knievel on just system with all your might and with all your heart and even hate that unjust system yet you maintain an attitude of active goodwill, and understanding and even low for the perpetrators are better able system this is the most misunderstood aspect of nonviolence. And this is where those who don't wanna follow the nonviolent methods say a lot of bad things to those of us who talk about low, but I still gone and believe in it because I'm still convinced that it is love but makes the world go round. And somehow this kind of love can be a powerful force for social change. I'm not talking about a week law. I'm not talking about emotional Bosh here. I'm not talking about some sentimental quality. I'm not talking about an affectionate response. It would be nonsense words oppressed people to love violent oppressors in an affectionate fence. And I have never advised that when Jesus said love, your enemies, I'm happy. You didn't say like your intimate. It's pretty difficult to like some people but love is greater than like love is understanding creative redemptive. Goodwill for all men. Theologians talk about this kind of love with the Greek word a pay which is thought of overflowing love that seeks nothing in return. And when one develops this you rise to the position of being able to love the person who does the evil D while heating, the deed that the person does. And I believe that this can be done psychotic is telling us now that hatred is a Baynes was forced not merely for the heated. But also, many of the strange things that happen in the subconscious, many of the conflicts a rooted in hate, and so they are saying Peres, this is why Eric from can write a book entitled the art of loving arguing that love is the supreme unifying of light. And so it is wonderful to have a method of stuggle where does possible to stand up against segregation to stand up against colonialism with all of your might. And yet not hate the perpetrators of these unjust systems. And I believe firmly that it is through this kind of powerful non-violent action. This kind of love that organizes itself. Into mass action. We will be able to transform the jangling discord the nation and the world into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. Suddenly, there's is the great challenge facing us. Now, I think the nonviolent can work not only in the situation that we find in our country, not only with the magnificent example that we have in India. Express through the marvelous work of Mohandas Gandhi. But I think it can work in ways. And then circumstances we haven't seen it. We haven't used it before. And.

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"mohandas" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Z104

"Mothers For example children this is why we must be the horn because information is. Like a weapon for me that was Brenda a member of group day Mohandas women acting as advocates for the workers defense project, or Prieto defensively in Austin Texas community plays, a strong role for workers families and immigrant families supporting, themselves in the Texas workforce especially in. The face of frightening challenges that is exactly what brought Brenda to the workers defense project ESPN dot com I'm here because something. Sad occurred in my family immigration rested part of my family from the I was left alone I was desperate I didn't know, what to do I knocked on PDL's door, and thank God they helped me so much the women, have group Adama Harris help their members. Transcend isolation in many ways such was the case with lives Keep glaze. Battle I came. Here for English causes it was an awesome find I discovered all of the benefits were gonna Zeeshan offers me as. A woman as. An immigrant and as a construction. Worker I've been working for a year on. Immigration and part of the. Groups that focus on construction goin-, laws that protect construction workers immigrant persons and, I'm very happy to be here If a woman looks. For, a job in construction and they will only give, her a cleaning position here this is for, you because you're a woman so I'm wanting and fighting for women to be respected and for space to be carved for us to have other. Roles not just cleaning the communities. Especially meaningful descent who has no family in Austin where she is self employed as a domestic worker well I make a decision do to be a. Leader bring you so I don't know fucking doing but I'm learning more in Istat coming today immigration group because I would like, to learn, whites in then I can pass vice Invite them to come in The rights to We end with Sylvia a, nine year member it. Workers defense project she's held leadership roles there while entrenching herself in issues like us before, and paid sick leave her husband's a construction worker all this, only for women but we walking with that all the groups to win Cordish in helping and learning in learning about Dame. Huddled defend ourselves we have a meeting place Amonte. And serving group we are like more than two ladies organiz and help each other and learning, in participating organization plea and different actions and defendant wastes Stepping. Up to a role as an advocate in addition. To raising a family working a fulltime job or simply trying to secure a better life for, yourself on your own can feel exhausting Group Damer Harrah's provides support and community and empowers women to become stronger together Nothing nothing on Don't be scared. Don't be shy get involved. With your community let yourself be known. And speak out I invite more women to become part of our group because here you may. Find the help sometimes you may not find where. You currently are we're a family that's here to help you and, you're not alone.

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"mohandas" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Z104

"For mothers Examples to our children this is why we must be Because information is like a weapon for me that was Brenda a member of group day Mohandas women acting as advocates for, the workers defense project or Prieto defensively around, in Austin Texas community plays a strong role for workers, families and immigrant families supporting themselves in the Texas workforce especially in the face of frightening challenges that is exactly what brought Brenda to the workers defense project ESPN dot com for I'm. Here because something sad occurred in, my family immigration arrested. Part of my family. From me I was left alone. I was left desperate I didn't know what. To do I knocked on. PDL's door and thank God they helped me so much the women have, group has helped their members transcend. Isolation in many ways such was the case. With lives you keep worklessness glaze All I came here for English crosses it. Was an awesome find I discovered, all of the benefits. This organization offers me. As a woman as an immigrant. And as a construction worker I've been working. For a year on immigration. And part of the groups that focus on construction laws that protect construction, workers immigrant persons and I'm very. Happy to be here If a woman looks for a. Job, in construction and they will only give her a cleaning position here this is for you because you're, a woman so I'm. Wanting and fighting for women to be. Respected for space to be car for us to have other. Roles not just cleaning the community is especially meaningful Cynthia who has no family in. Austin where she is self employed domestic worker well I make a decision to be a leader bring you so I don't, know exactly, what the doing but I'm learning more Istat coming today immigration group because, I would like to learn Mike lights in then I, can pass notify ice Invite them to come in Still We end with Sylvia a nine year, member it workers defense. Project she's held leadership roles there while entrenching yourself issues like s before and paid, sick leave her husband's a construction worker all this only for, women but we working with the other groups to encourage in helping and learning in learning about the huddled defend..

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"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Has been ingrained in me because both sides of my family have worked in casinos my whole life and they're like, take the gig, no matter. Though? Yeah. So now I'm thinking like, and this is only through art asking my artist friends, my white artists be honest. How much did you get paid to do that? You got paid that a day, an hour on my God, you know? And so now I know for my health like next time, maybe don't take the gig as for twice as much as you were asking for because that's what you deserve to get, and somebody will pay it and somebody will eventually pay and it's so crazy. Like that's the advice I give a lot artists like get your rate and keep it there, and people will pay that rate. And then once you get too busy with that rate, raise it, you know what I mean and talk to other artists talk to other people and don't be afraid to talk about it. A lot of times like, oh, you can't talk about money girl. You know how much rich people talk about money all day. That's how they know what to do. And then of course, like, you know, both the research and our experience shows that buckle t of color artists, community workers. We do more work than the average folk, right? Because our commitment is to our community to our students. And so we ended up, we end up doing all this motion labor, especially women. Also queer folk, and folk of color is we ended up not only teaching. We don't just show up to teach, but we show up to do some really transformational work with our students in our colleagues. And so again, that's not necessarily going to be it's not into your salary. So you have to think about what is what is what am I going to do when I show up and how can that be honored with the, you know what? Basically everything that I need to like provide for like I take care of my family with my salary. So my salaries really important like my, you know, multiple people in my family depend on my on my on my livelihood on my money. Basically, this is excellent. We, I feel like we started to learn that with it in my tablet. Like this puts it all together. Shutout eight in there. Showed us are worth without asking. It's so beautiful. Yes. And thank you and I was. Both the. Let me let me talk. Oh, thank you because for a while we were like, fuck does. Does Las Vegas even care about us is you know what I mean? Because we were getting gigs all over the country before UNLV hit us up. But then of course, once you found out once you know the first year the first one, but that's also something that I wanna point out is because Bobby Lipton I made a conscious decision to be present at UNLV events. And so we started going and that's physically saw u k what? Wednesday Tinos who lunch coming to campus. Let's do it. Yeah. So it's just it shows that if you support your local organizations, they will find out about you, you know? So one lash out, can you talk about for a second because we're running out of time about, I forgot to ask because through that are gonna say, Shen you know which we love a friend of the podcast. I'm you'll see modern all this all these people around the country that we in a way are connected as well through the podcast. Can you tell us a little bit about that? So I had been in the field that she connects studies not gonna studies for, you know, these twenty plus years. Now, until I started going to Knox, which is the national association for Chicano into gonna studies back in nineteen ninety eight. And you know, it was a really wonderful space, and there was a lot you know, channel scholars students, and she got an activist community workers. But what we realized was that there was a bunch of supporters bunches of feminist that, you know we were there, we were president and sometimes we experienced some sexism, some homophobia, etc. But mainly we also wanted a space that cater to what we did. So there's another organization called mocks which is Mohandas activists in traffic sociale and you know, another really wonderful Latino organization. They're they're having their conferences summer in August in Basso actually..

president UNLV Las Vegas Chicano Mohandas Bobby Lipton Basso Knox Shen
"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Has been ingrained in me because both sides of my family have worked in casinos my whole life and they're like, take the gig, no matter. Though? Yeah. So now I'm thinking like, and this is only through art asking my artist friends, my white artists be honest. How much did you get paid to do that? You got paid that a day, an hour on my God, you know? And so now I know for my health like next time, maybe don't take the gig as for twice as much as you were asking for because that's what you deserve to get, and somebody will pay it and somebody will eventually pay and it's so crazy. Like that's the advice I give a lot artists like get your rate and keep it there, and people will pay that rate. And then once you get too busy with that rate, raise it, you know what I mean and talk to other artists talk to other people and don't be afraid to talk about it. A lot of times like, oh, you can't talk about money girl. You know how much rich people talk about money all day. That's how they know what to do. And then of course, like, you know, both the research and our experience shows that buckle t of color artists, community workers. We do more work than the average folk, right? Because our commitment is to our community to our students. And so we ended up, we end up doing all this motion labor, especially women. Also queer folk, and folk of color is we ended up not only teaching. We don't just show up to teach, but we show up to do some really transformational work with our students in our colleagues. And so again, that's not necessarily going to be it's not into your salary. So you have to think about what is what is what am I going to do when I show up and how can that be honored with the, you know what? Basically everything that I need to like provide for like I take care of my family with my salary. So my salaries really important like my, you know, multiple people in my family depend on my on my on my livelihood on my money. Basically, this is excellent. We, I feel like we started to learn that with it in my tablet. Like this puts it all together. Shutout eight in there. Showed us are worth without asking. It's so beautiful. Yes. And thank you and I was. Both the. Let me let me talk. Oh, thank you because for a while we were like, fuck does. Does Las Vegas even care about us is you know what I mean? Because we were getting gigs all over the country before UNLV hit us up. But then of course, once you found out once you know the first year the first one, but that's also something that I wanna point out is because Bobby Lipton I made a conscious decision to be present at UNLV events. And so we started going and that's physically saw u k what? Wednesday Tinos who lunch coming to campus. Let's do it. Yeah. So it's just it shows that if you support your local organizations, they will find out about you, you know? So one lash out, can you talk about for a second because we're running out of time about, I forgot to ask because through that are gonna say, Shen you know which we love a friend of the podcast. I'm you'll see modern all this all these people around the country that we in a way are connected as well through the podcast. Can you tell us a little bit about that? So I had been in the field that she connects studies not gonna studies for, you know, these twenty plus years. Now, until I started going to Knox, which is the national association for Chicano into gonna studies back in nineteen ninety eight. And you know, it was a really wonderful space, and there was a lot you know, channel scholars students, and she got an activist community workers. But what we realized was that there was a bunch of supporters bunches of feminist that, you know we were there, we were president and sometimes we experienced some sexism, some homophobia, etc. But mainly we also wanted a space that cater to what we did. So there's another organization called mocks which is Mohandas activists in traffic sociale and you know, another really wonderful Latino organization. They're they're having their conferences summer in August in Basso actually..

president UNLV Las Vegas Chicano Mohandas Bobby Lipton Basso Knox Shen
"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Has been ingrained in me because both sides of my family have worked in casinos my whole life and they're like, take the gig, no matter. Though? Yeah. So now I'm thinking like, and this is only through art asking my artist friends, my white artists be honest. How much did you get paid to do that? You got paid that a day, an hour on my God, you know? And so now I know for my health like next time, maybe don't take the gig as for twice as much as you were asking for because that's what you deserve to get, and somebody will pay it and somebody will eventually pay and it's so crazy. Like that's the advice I give a lot artists like get your rate and keep it there, and people will pay that rate. And then once you get too busy with that rate, raise it, you know what I mean and talk to other artists talk to other people and don't be afraid to talk about it. A lot of times like, oh, you can't talk about money girl. You know how much rich people talk about money all day. That's how they know what to do. And then of course, like, you know, both the research and our experience shows that buckle t of color artists, community workers. We do more work than the average folk, right? Because our commitment is to our community to our students. And so we ended up, we end up doing all this motion labor, especially women. Also queer folk, and folk of color is we ended up not only teaching. We don't just show up to teach, but we show up to do some really transformational work with our students in our colleagues. And so again, that's not necessarily going to be it's not into your salary. So you have to think about what is what is what am I going to do when I show up and how can that be honored with the, you know what? Basically everything that I need to like provide for like I take care of my family with my salary. So my salaries really important like my, you know, multiple people in my family depend on my on my on my livelihood on my money. Basically, this is excellent. We, I feel like we started to learn that with it in my tablet. Like this puts it all together. Shutout eight in there. Showed us are worth without asking. It's so beautiful. Yes. And thank you and I was. Both the. Let me let me talk. Oh, thank you because for a while we were like, fuck does. Does Las Vegas even care about us is you know what I mean? Because we were getting gigs all over the country before UNLV hit us up. But then of course, once you found out once you know the first year the first one, but that's also something that I wanna point out is because Bobby Lipton I made a conscious decision to be present at UNLV events. And so we started going and that's physically saw u k what? Wednesday Tinos who lunch coming to campus. Let's do it. Yeah. So it's just it shows that if you support your local organizations, they will find out about you, you know? So one lash out, can you talk about for a second because we're running out of time about, I forgot to ask because through that are gonna say, Shen you know which we love a friend of the podcast. I'm you'll see modern all this all these people around the country that we in a way are connected as well through the podcast. Can you tell us a little bit about that? So I had been in the field that she connects studies not gonna studies for, you know, these twenty plus years. Now, until I started going to Knox, which is the national association for Chicano into gonna studies back in nineteen ninety eight. And you know, it was a really wonderful space, and there was a lot you know, channel scholars students, and she got an activist community workers. But what we realized was that there was a bunch of supporters bunches of feminist that, you know we were there, we were president and sometimes we experienced some sexism, some homophobia, etc. But mainly we also wanted a space that cater to what we did. So there's another organization called mocks which is Mohandas activists in traffic sociale and you know, another really wonderful Latino organization. They're they're having their conferences summer in August in Basso actually..

president UNLV Las Vegas Chicano Mohandas Bobby Lipton Basso Knox Shen
"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Has been ingrained in me because both sides of my family have worked in casinos my whole life and they're like, take the gig, no matter. Though? Yeah. So now I'm thinking like, and this is only through art asking my artist friends, my white artists be honest. How much did you get paid to do that? You got paid that a day, an hour on my God, you know? And so now I know for my health like next time, maybe don't take the gig as for twice as much as you were asking for because that's what you deserve to get, and somebody will pay it and somebody will eventually pay and it's so crazy. Like that's the advice I give a lot artists like get your rate and keep it there, and people will pay that rate. And then once you get too busy with that rate, raise it, you know what I mean and talk to other artists talk to other people and don't be afraid to talk about it. A lot of times like, oh, you can't talk about money girl. You know how much rich people talk about money all day. That's how they know what to do. And then of course, like, you know, both the research and our experience shows that buckle t of color artists, community workers. We do more work than the average folk, right? Because our commitment is to our community to our students. And so we ended up, we end up doing all this motion labor, especially women. Also queer folk, and folk of color is we ended up not only teaching. We don't just show up to teach, but we show up to do some really transformational work with our students in our colleagues. And so again, that's not necessarily going to be it's not into your salary. So you have to think about what is what is what am I going to do when I show up and how can that be honored with the, you know what? Basically everything that I need to like provide for like I take care of my family with my salary. So my salaries really important like my, you know, multiple people in my family depend on my on my on my livelihood on my money. Basically, this is excellent. We, I feel like we started to learn that with it in my tablet. Like this puts it all together. Shutout eight in there. Showed us are worth without asking. It's so beautiful. Yes. And thank you and I was. Both the. Let me let me talk. Oh, thank you because for a while we were like, fuck does. Does Las Vegas even care about us is you know what I mean? Because we were getting gigs all over the country before UNLV hit us up. But then of course, once you found out once you know the first year the first one, but that's also something that I wanna point out is because Bobby Lipton I made a conscious decision to be present at UNLV events. And so we started going and that's physically saw u k what? Wednesday Tinos who lunch coming to campus. Let's do it. Yeah. So it's just it shows that if you support your local organizations, they will find out about you, you know? So one lash out, can you talk about for a second because we're running out of time about, I forgot to ask because through that are gonna say, Shen you know which we love a friend of the podcast. I'm you'll see modern all this all these people around the country that we in a way are connected as well through the podcast. Can you tell us a little bit about that? So I had been in the field that she connects studies not gonna studies for, you know, these twenty plus years. Now, until I started going to Knox, which is the national association for Chicano into gonna studies back in nineteen ninety eight. And you know, it was a really wonderful space, and there was a lot you know, channel scholars students, and she got an activist community workers. But what we realized was that there was a bunch of supporters bunches of feminist that, you know we were there, we were president and sometimes we experienced some sexism, some homophobia, etc. But mainly we also wanted a space that cater to what we did. So there's another organization called mocks which is Mohandas activists in traffic sociale and you know, another really wonderful Latino organization. They're they're having their conferences summer in August in Basso actually..

president UNLV Las Vegas Chicano Mohandas Bobby Lipton Basso Knox Shen
"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Has been ingrained in me because both sides of my family have worked in casinos my whole life and they're like, take the gig, no matter. Though? Yeah. So now I'm thinking like, and this is only through art asking my artist friends, my white artists be honest. How much did you get paid to do that? You got paid that a day, an hour on my God, you know? And so now I know for my health like next time, maybe don't take the gig as for twice as much as you were asking for because that's what you deserve to get, and somebody will pay it and somebody will eventually pay and it's so crazy. Like that's the advice I give a lot artists like get your rate and keep it there, and people will pay that rate. And then once you get too busy with that rate, raise it, you know what I mean and talk to other artists talk to other people and don't be afraid to talk about it. A lot of times like, oh, you can't talk about money girl. You know how much rich people talk about money all day. That's how they know what to do. And then of course, like, you know, both the research and our experience shows that buckle t of color artists, community workers. We do more work than the average folk, right? Because our commitment is to our community to our students. And so we ended up, we end up doing all this motion labor, especially women. Also queer folk, and folk of color is we ended up not only teaching. We don't just show up to teach, but we show up to do some really transformational work with our students in our colleagues. And so again, that's not necessarily going to be it's not into your salary. So you have to think about what is what is what am I going to do when I show up and how can that be honored with the, you know what? Basically everything that I need to like provide for like I take care of my family with my salary. So my salaries really important like my, you know, multiple people in my family depend on my on my on my livelihood on my money. Basically, this is excellent. We, I feel like we started to learn that with it in my tablet. Like this puts it all together. Shutout eight in there. Showed us are worth without asking. It's so beautiful. Yes. And thank you and I was. Both the. Let me let me talk. Oh, thank you because for a while we were like, fuck does. Does Las Vegas even care about us is you know what I mean? Because we were getting gigs all over the country before UNLV hit us up. But then of course, once you found out once you know the first year the first one, but that's also something that I wanna point out is because Bobby Lipton I made a conscious decision to be present at UNLV events. And so we started going and that's physically saw u k what? Wednesday Tinos who lunch coming to campus. Let's do it. Yeah. So it's just it shows that if you support your local organizations, they will find out about you, you know? So one lash out, can you talk about for a second because we're running out of time about, I forgot to ask because through that are gonna say, Shen you know which we love a friend of the podcast. I'm you'll see modern all this all these people around the country that we in a way are connected as well through the podcast. Can you tell us a little bit about that? So I had been in the field that she connects studies not gonna studies for, you know, these twenty plus years. Now, until I started going to Knox, which is the national association for Chicano into gonna studies back in nineteen ninety eight. And you know, it was a really wonderful space, and there was a lot you know, channel scholars students, and she got an activist community workers. But what we realized was that there was a bunch of supporters bunches of feminist that, you know we were there, we were president and sometimes we experienced some sexism, some homophobia, etc. But mainly we also wanted a space that cater to what we did. So there's another organization called mocks which is Mohandas activists in traffic sociale and you know, another really wonderful Latino organization. They're they're having their conferences summer in August in Basso actually..

president UNLV Las Vegas Chicano Mohandas Bobby Lipton Basso Knox Shen
"mohandas" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To get ready to start by workday that's what i would have hey this drink could kill you on steph t have a nice day are you a coffee drinker gregory i'm trying to get you involved this conversation because i know that you have low self esteem thank you for that looking out you know what was going into a holiday weekend i want everybody to be happy it's important me i know that you know the listeners right now are just waiting needles what's his response going to be are your oh my gosh that that that girl you heard that's that's the rebecca research she's our lady that we read and you say what now i didn't see that coming this show this show just see three sixty where it's coming from twi you have me on that's right because you deliver the shocking details now i feel like i don't know we don't have a lot of time here should it be a story or another greg's headed up time for self esteem give me another piece of audio all right this is from some teachers in oklahoma that are very unhappy with the state will walk until we get what we need keep on losing you need to lose weight quickly reminds me of that other piece of audio from yesterday so we have we live in this time now our elliot from toss yana washington she's never seventeen year olds are just constantly yelling at us and getting all up in our grill about everything you know you guys you wrote the world now we're gonna put k kids k kids so this is this was a march in wisconsin to paul ryan's ulcers gives us hope because i know that you represent this district but you don't represent this district because every walk through this district tire lynn's and callous feet enough otherwise tired limbs callous feet smartphones it's a new shoes say something because we're going to a holiday weekend and i wanna be i wanna be positive but you know these kids need a little better advice somebody needs to take these kids and sit them down and show them videos of i don't know martin luther king junior mohandas gandhi if you want to persuade people to your point of view calling them idiots and screaming at them is probably not the best way to go.

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"mohandas" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"mohandas" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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