17 Burst results for "Monica Williams"

"monica williams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"monica williams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Well that sends will have a chance to punch their ticket to the nba finals in game six on wednesday night and coach monica williams is expecting a lot more out of his team in their second. Chance close the series out. The desperation has to be there. That's the deal you know just because you have a lead in the series doesn't mean you can show up and they're going to give it to you know we have to understand that and i think we do not clear. We'll be better when we show up the next time we play getting. What's it like. That should turn on now clippers. Were very good early very very good early to that. Point is when you're desperate and you play with that intensity. Phoenix did not match their intensity for about six minutes. Yes just said like it's. It's actually harder to close out because if you're a team is playing with complete desperation you're playing for your playoff life. You're naturally going to have a little more edge in focus than if you know. It's human nature cushion. We can play our best game or you can kinda especially if you're a team that hasn't been there before you have an experience this level of intensity before and especially coming in your direction. He's a young guy. So yes would it be better to disclose out the clippers and be done with it and not risk losing the series if you fumble a few more times coarse but that's a that's a. That's a veteran thing to go. We're going to go in here. And i think yanna said it earlier. We're not gonna play their food. Think he's referring to the heat but yes like you can't let good teams hanging around. This is what will happen. Fox bet has a son favored by one in game six. So who expect favored by one by one..

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"monica williams" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"monica williams" Discussed on On The Media

"Not in your biography but in your biology and the field pivoted radically towards drugs and medical seeming diagnostic categories. Now the odd thing about all this is that in this period when the field pivoted so radically there had been no new developments in treatment and no radical breakthroughs in to understanding the biology of mental illness. A biological revolution was declared in the absence of any new radical insights into the biology of mental illness. Those insights never materialized and the rise of drugs kept biology front and center and profit incentive emerged the drug companies as learned that they can sell diseases and not just drugs. But i you have to persuade people that they suffer from the disorder so there are campaigns to encourage people to experience more and more of the spectrum of their distress as potentially having their roots in say chemical imbalances and therefore most effectively treated using drugs while the cause is unknown. Depression may be related to an imbalance of natural chemicals between nerve cells in the brain prescription. Zoloft works to correct this imbalance. You just shouldn't have to feel this way anymore. What was lost. Psychiatry pivoted to its narrowed. Focus on biology was a more complete picture of what contributes to mental health. And how to heal it yes. Drugs can really help yes. Some people are more prone to mental suffering than others but our brains copy studied in isolation from their environments and they can't be healed in isolation either. You're more than a bag of chemicals right. Monica williams is a clinical psychologist and director for the laboratory of culture and mental health disparities at the university of ottawa. There's not just a biological pace. But does the psychological piece the social piece of the spiritual peace you know in western culture. We draw lines between them but those are artificial lines one area. We see the combatants of these pieces is trauma another word. We've had a lot this past year. Dr williams research intriguing racial trauma in a nutshell to people have. Ptsd symptoms as a result of experiences of racism and often. Those experiences are many fold. I mean there may be a primary source of racism that they're dealing with but they're also dealing with racism on a societal scale they're also dealing with maybe historical or cultural problems. That stemmed from racialism and it all gets to be too much for people. Racial trauma is of course not recognized in the dsm and that absence has real world consequences particularly in the us. You have to have a diagnosis to get your insurance to pay for your mental health care. Because racial trauma isn't described in the dsm. Five a lot of clinicians are just not aware of it and then that creates a problem for people who are trying to get help for people who need help it. They don't know what's wrong with them. The right words can help us heal by leading us practically speaking to treatment. But what if thou is also kind of remedy to be found in the woods themselves perhaps. The best was for mental suffering reminded that healing is a shad project. that's what makes atlantic writer. Jerry seem long for the return of the nervous breakdown. I think it is sad in a way that it's something we lost society and and i think it'd be helpful. We could bring something like it back or at least not talk about mental health in a way that people feel atomised on their own specific journey. Their own specific diagnosis. It can help to feel connected to something bigger even if that something is well a collective sense of despair. Take a look at the comments on adam. Grants languishing op. Ed and you'll find readers who found a bomb in the what itself labeling and writing about this feeling of served as an antidote to the inherent loneliness experience wrote a re different san francisco.

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"monica williams" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"monica williams" Discussed on 600 WREC

"President elect Joe Biden formally announcing several Cabinet picks today, including a new position special envoy for climate like the other nominees, that's a familiar name. The world would know that with one of my closest friends, John Kerry He's speaking for America on one of the most Pressing threats of our time. Known I trust more. All six nominees named today served in some capacity in the Obama administration. With the federal government. Now recognizing the transition the president elect is being offered. The same daily intelligence briefing is the president gets The vocal recounts continue in Georgia Hand in Wisconsin, where workers have found nearly 400 ballots that were never processed. Nevada and Pennsylvania have certified their election results. America is listening to Fox News 603 of news radio 1055 w. E. R C a raid in Jefferson County. That's nearly $4 million in illegal drugs. A months long investigation led to the arrest of Ronaldo Henderson. Authorities say picked up the load of drugs, including marijuana and meth for distribution in Jefferson County. Ah Coleman County company that makes PPE is expanding Home Texas building. A new plant in Selma expected create 300 jobs. The company used to make bed linens. But since the start of the pandemic, they've been making masks both surgical and in 95. Drink message for Alabamians from Huntsville physician Monica Williams, she says. Quote just where you're freaking mask, she says. With covert number soaring, many people are uninformed, thinking it's similar to the flu. You're next news at 6 28. Now more Michael Berry. I mean gene or Bell on Birmingham's local news, traffic and Weather Leader News Radio 1055 w E. R C It's that time. Time time lock and load, Michael. Very show is on the air, All right. Cannot use interwebs. You must use that.

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"monica williams" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"monica williams" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Report. On this. You know begging the date that boy is mine you know they actually had a real. It. So they they just never had give blood anyway. Monica Monica. Lew is the. She skinny. Township right they. Brandy killed the whole family so she might not want. To. Look. You're saying whatever? That's overtones. Geez Man Austin. Smoke look you know what I'm saying but you know shots everybody. Rela shots at one point eight million. Thing they killed the game with the meals man. Rob said modification whole brand bready joke. I Can't get. On Brandon. Will. Be Looking said, Monica ain't got shit brand basically. Joe Lewis is acid that goes out. No Man. But A, Oh, you should be. Motor her was. She has. Nabet. I think different files are a lot of young people say Monica Williams Is what I got on twitter I thought everybody was going to be monitoring. I thought. It was going to be. Is Brandy that but most people was given to Monica like. Monica. Maybe Monica has more fans. That the president should all the time she? found. Love. Your Life. Your. Life. But you know every I, say every had a catch myself. Specifically I'll say, Mary J.. Blige. Jay Black happy her music is trashed it'd be. Very True I. Agree. I. Agree. One hundred percent we. Never. Happy Happy Nagy my ass by Casey Song she made she made quite a few themselves ain't got shit. Oh, her I was getting my ass with music though. This name is different nations.

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"monica williams" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"monica williams" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"Depression. Okay, I still gotta get the kids to come to me. They're not come right. They will come even though I'm black a personal color. They're not come to me, so a coma was really about is called. We started with. It took me forever to come up with acronyms. Say African, American knowledge optimized for mindfully healthy adolescent, even back in Nineteen, ninety nine I think about my mom's. Then it just of more into a coma in it is a play on the word Alma which is a west African Adinkra. Symbol that means tolerance in the symbol is heart All of that symbolism had a girlfriend. Dr Monica Williams. Who told me I'm sorry? Monica Mitchell who told me branding key. That's like from so Monica shots out so anyway. Anyway. That's where it came from. It was my research lab and then last year I made a nonprofit, so I could do the same thing just under the Aussies of a nonprofit. We still do research still do outreach, and just as you said every time we do outreach. We're out there. Trying to give our young people tools so I feel like I say this one thing. We're giving them tools because that may be. The only time of these kids will ever be in front of a psychologist mental health. Right so I would be remiss in not having you walk away from me with something that I hope that you with us, because you may never come, sit in the chair with me right because we know there are these disparities, even though they're relatively equal rates of depression, particularly somewhat so somewhat. That's the case anxiety before depression, right? We know a some way depend on. On we ask the epidemiology say somewhere between eight fifteen percent of teenagers in the United States twelve eighteen meet criteria for depression. That doesn't vary by race as far as we know. What varies is who gets care, and it's not just about money. Even when people have money, don't go, so that's one of the calmest about we gotta get. People indicator because it has. That's amazing summary of a whole lot of actual like. Complicated Information and research, thank you for that. And Yeah and I mean I think. This kind of a tricky question to get into, so help me navigate this, but like. Why do you think that is that? People don't go even if end to be clear like the biggest issue here at least him in my appraisal and let me know your is access. The biggest issue is access that is like ninety percent of the problem, and then maybe ten percent of the problem of this question is like okay, even when you have access. Why aren't you going so I? Just want to like ground that appropriately that like the big problem is getting more resources getting more information out there all of that, but inside of that like. Why do you think that when people have access there? There is this stigma and they don't necessarily take advantage of it. Sure so access right now. That's part of our wheelhouse in services research, it really is about who is care, and who pays for it pretty much sums up services now. My Services Pupae beat nobody here, but that's really what it is is care who pays for it, so the access issue is so loaded with so many things. Right is a complex issue. Some of it is money. Right, even when you with the literature tells even when control for Socioeconomic Status Control for type of insurance, private versus public, underinsured versus right. Uninsured what you find is you still have under representation relative to their prevalence of mental illness in that population in underutilization by African Americans? What we know is asking Americans Latin Mix specifically in. Other populations I don't know that we have a Lotta enough data. Maybe we do I don't I just don't know that later, so the access issue is somewhat about money..

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"monica williams" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"monica williams" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Most of us are America's listening to fox news connected continues with one oh six one F. M. talk the US secretary of labor has high hopes for North Carolina Eugene Scalia met with nearly two dozen business and education leaders yesterday in Greensboro he said the new trade agreement between the US Mexico and Canada is expected to bring seventy five thousand new jobs to the state specifically in healthcare and manufacturing fire investigators will return to the scene of a furniture warehouse plays in ram sewer today the building at may furniture went up in flames early Tuesday box eight reports the fire was sparked by a wood chipper machine a rash of recent shootings in Raleigh has brought the total number of homicides in the city to six Mike Michael reports the latest incidents involve a woman who was shot Monday afternoon on Pettigrew street near downtown Monica Williams was taken to the hospital but succumbed to her injuries hours later then Monday night two people were found shot to death in northeast Raleigh their bodies discovered inside a car and acquired Dr the victims identified as twenty seven year old to Leah Richmond in twenty four year old to various Kennedy no suspects have been identified in either case I met McClure this search in western Carolina for for missing teenagers out of black mountain is over the group disappeared more than a week ago from the black mountain home for children the Buncombe county sheriff's office said yesterday all four were found safe in Jackson County Jordan Staal got Caroline on the board first as they took down the predators for one in Nashville the harassing me twenty eight saves for the king's college ball the sixth ranked blue devils take on NC state tonight do because the top the ACC with a twelve into conference.

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"monica williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Victim today would be ninety nine year old Mary page and a lot of mileage out of this. Now what two three days in Rome here? So this is this elderly lady ninety nine it's a good long life right there. She's she living, right. If you make it to ninety nine and surrounded by people who love you nonetheless. She's eight a longtime resident of the West End lives on Wade street and as an apartment building there. Problem is at apartment building is literally going to be an arm's length away from the new soccer stadium. That's a no go. So the owner got a great offer from the club and sold. And now this is the face of the new apartheid in Cincinnati. And joining me on seven hundred w w Jeff pastor of Cincinnati city council to talk about this. And specifically how we got one person or maybe a couple of people are going to hold up development at least try to in the West End. Jeff good morning. Good morning. Brand as always appreciate it. So the buildings old owners helping tenants find a new how many probably didn't have to do that. But he seems like a nice guy and former mayor Mark Mallory he does community gauge for the club is working with them too as well. And they're going to find new places for MS Ford in a bunch of mispaid in the other people that are displaced here. So what exactly is what's the problem if we're gonna find you housing, subsidize, food trucks, and like for displaced restaurant workers or owners? What exactly the issue? What am I missing Jeff? Let me say that I still excited about a quarter of a million dollar project being placed right here in the heart of this natty support FC Cincinnati one thousand percent as with any project flow. You're going to have some hiccups. You have some unexpected things that that you, you know, that you didn't plan for and one of those things where you know, there's a a wonderful beautiful ninety nine year old woman who lived a full fulfilling life who was bad reading. And unfortunately, the owner of the building decided to do what free market can do in a free market decided to sell his property. Nothing unfortunate about that. That happens all the time. That's the little guy cheating the American dream. He probably was paid handsomely for that that plot of land. I probably say, yes, you'd say last. Yes. And I'm gonna say anyone protesting yesterday. If they're in a situation the building. I would have done the same thing. Lutely, molly. Molly regret is that I wish would have plotted stating right in the middle of where I'm on my home. Big. And so the issue you have these poverty camps. Let me say that again, you have these poverty pants who drive around in foreign German cars who've never been poor in their damn life making small into a bigger issue. What I know for sure is that SE ninety once made aware that this beautiful ninety nine year old woman would be displaced because they purchased the building say we're not going to allow that to happen. And that's what they're not reporting the news. Yes, was a mistake mate. Absolutely. Did more diligence ac-, you know, make sure you didn't have this type of situation there. But the fact that they were made aware of this, and I've been working twenty four hours a day to make sure that is ninety nine year old beautiful woman is is is transition the proper and the correct way I think it speaks more about their values and their commitment to the West End than it does to the poverty, you know, using this poor woman, you know, as a model of wet big bad businesses as doing in the West End community, and quite frankly. I know a lot of my council members are not going to say, but I'm out of this boyfriend. I really thought this crap because every every small issue is made out to be, you know, I told you so moment right out of the year that if I'm a business, and I owned my own business, then you have to pay me. And this is one of the reasons why folks, it's specially, you know, racial minorities in this country that you have to look at what for our forefathers in the civil rights of movie theater. Clues thomas. Oh, well, this is why I've champion ownership ownership. Ownership ownership. You'd have the issue with just cooking his barbershop if they own the dam built it, right? The fact is that we don't sold naturally if I come in as a business that I wanna purchase your property. I'm not thinking about your ten anything like that. I'm thinking about my bottom line, and I'm going to build it. So we blade FC Cincinnati things that really are not their problem. You know? And then when they when they when they find there's a problem, then they go, correct. Problem, and they're still demonize and so as a member of city council. I am tired thick and tired of this body. Demonizing businesses in the city of because the reality is that these businesses are going to say, hey, I'm not gonna put up with this. I'm going to move somewhere else, you know, where they're more accommodating, and guess what? It ought to keep my safety night. We need dollars those dollars. The neighbor will continue to. The second Jeff about just how backwards thinking when it comes to gentrification, which is just a code word essentially for white supremacy. I think the whole concept is ridiculous myself. But you know, on the point you just made Jeff. Is the fact that you're right. You're renting for people to say it's not right for these people to take our homes or kicking us out. That's how it works is someone who owns property, and my wife, and I both certainly weren't born into wealth. Everything we have and same for you. Jeff he had to work forget there. We made some smart decisions and saved our money and instead of spending things maybe we thought would be shiny new. We saved it able to buy a property which led the more. But the end result is it's an achievable dream for a middle class kid from from from anywhere to be able to do this. But at the same time, I look at it going to business owner gets paid and people are complaining that it's not right to put us out of our homes, but you're renting that and so what happens is is. Generally, the case is tenants leave in the dead of the night. It happens all the time you have monta monthly or yearly and people go, listen, I'm outta here. I can't live here anymore. And you have to suck it up and suck up the cost of having an empty rental advertising for it cleaning, it up painting it out and getting. Get ready for the next ten and costs a lot of money, and it takes time and capital to be able to do that kind of stuff and it takes away from your bottom line. However, there are times in it's probably more rare than tenants moving out is what we had here with c in the apartment buildings is that the guy got an offer he couldn't refuse and sold in not only that I think he deserves a lot of credit because he probably didn't have to make sure that these people were made whole as a landlord and someone offered me this money. Jeff, I do the same thing. I'd make sure the tenants who'd been good tenants. We're taking care of that that I helped to transition them to a place near and maybe better, but the club is thrown all sorts of money at these folks too. I don't get it. If you're renting and that that's part of the contract is enough. I sell the building you don't have to find a new place to live. It's not your home. You're renting the home, absolutely everything. I could have the more and thousand percent confident that we're gonna take elder a ninety nine zero. I've made when when the news drought with the reporter, Chris Willie. I made a call harmony court in rose line. And immediately said, hey, I have a situation where we need to make sure that Ilgar is place. You know, that's what you do in private sector. You don't you? Don't go run to the newspapers and that sort of thing to try to make a big bag business. Same horrible. I went to harmony core. I called them. I spoke to the director of nursing the director of a mission and their own read the one I couldn't move forward because the family would need to provide for me that I just have they have a result them. But what what I do though is that the folks who played that they're trying to help our really exploit again, we're talking about poverty pants. Sometimes not minority poverty pants who very nice cars pay handsomely by doing and pay heavily by these these these these these groups and being their only purpose is to sit there, and it's a cost trouble because of a twenty one campaign, and I'm tired of it. Because this is what happens African American communities every four years got these coming in the world, but guess what the already too damn high. Right. We don't have enough money to everybody you make promises that you're asking. I didn't. And who's left us upper it's the same people that we help. And I remember a wise, man. Thomas never a policy or person based on their intentions policy in the person based on the consequences, and we've seen the consequences of raising taxes. It's cost prohibitive number one for the middle class person or for the lyric tend to make it to the middle class because they can't afford to live at home. They can't afford to buy, you know, basic because we can't raising taxes, and we say we did. Ville for them. Now that doesn't make any sense to me, and I've opposed to putting our private sector together and figure out how to address the right thing called how the white because the food right because of energy. Well, we decided to do is we're going to tell the government we're going to force the government to raise taxes on other people who are just making it like my mother the middle class mother taking the parent working three jobs may too much money to qualify for benefits. Make too much money to qualify for federal tax return that you raise taxes on them. You put back to lower play them make them dependent on the government. And then we say that this is helpful why you around in a foreign made car, then you get to go home in the comfort of your private, home and other day. It's better for you to be a poverty that for us to create this to make out of poverty, and that's what they're doing with this essay. And I'm sick of it. I am absolutely sick of. And please don't mistake my element. If flicking voice anger just really passionate about. And understand. I've lived in of lived in poverty, a little and the conditions of African Americans in this country and other racial minorities the country that it takes one negative economic event. We took eight knuckles back down, right? Take didn't even take that man. It's a car Bill. My transmission broke my baby got sick. It takes less than that. To find yourself. That's something to be corrected in it hits disproportionately African Americans bore. But I look at this thing and go. Okay. Well, if you put a two hundred fifty million dollars investment in the West End, it certainly is going to track other businesses which causes people's wages to rise. Because now you've got more people that are in that area. Prices. Go up certainly rent goes about the same time wages, go up to was well, there's an economic opportunity here for people look at great example. This is Monica Williams. This is the lady won't just cook. And she lost her rented space on fifteenth street the city made then you guys give her like seventy thousand dollars in the food truck with Lord. I mean, that's that's pretty good for just losing your rented space. Most people are saying you're out. Now, you're gonna find a new place you got her a food truck. She's gonna make more Bank than she did before good for her. That's a smart hard work and women right there. Jeff pastor on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline from Cincinnati city council. So it sounds like the typical forces in Cincinnati now swear than arousing that are nitpicking. That are using a ninety nine year.

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"monica williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wwl W, Bryan combs here. And here today is Vicki. My sister-in-law your sister-in-law's. She bakes cookies. Like, I said, there's not a bad one in the band. I think there's maybe like forty different kinds or something. Yeah. Does he spend days? Yeah. It's it's a week long event for her labor, low yielding appreciate we have a rally on the steps of city hall over this the development in the West End with the FC Cincinnati stadium, and how some smaller businesses have been kind of pushed out as the the bigger soccer club moves in with this new stadium. One of the companies affected is catering. Business called just cooking, and Monica Williams has about eight people who work for and this point doesn't have a spot to do a work. The company was located in one of the small storefronts that is being shut down as they demolish the area where the stadium's going to be building at city hall. You know, they're trying to work with her to find another spot in the neighborhood. And so she can continue her business intended to employ the people who worked for there's been talk. A couple of them are on the verge of becoming homeless because you know, there's no money coming in. And they can't afford. The continue to pay the rent. There's gonna be a rally today at eleven though it sounds like yesterday. There were a number of people at city hall advocating on behalf of this company and a few others who may find themselves in a similar position over the next couple of weeks FC Cincinnati has promised to try and and do what they can to help with the relocation and a number of city leaders this has caught their attention as well. All right coming up on our news at six o'clock. We're going to have more on how the sound of the games from FC Cincinnati playing in the West End could impact potentially concerts and performances at music hall test today added to try and determine if the noise from the games would impact the concerts will have more fifteen minutes. Newsradio seven in Tokyo. This isn't one where somebody wants to fire his shotgun firing shots, basically from the roof. I guess at the same decibel level that sporting events are known to hit. To see if you could hear it inside the concert hall itself. Yeah. It's interesting parking would be a bit of a nightmare with an event at both musical and a game. And there will be Saturday. It's going to happen. That's going to happen Saturday night's prime time for the symphony. And that's when FC Cincinnati plays many of its game. Right. Okay. So we'll have more at that six and seven hundred wwl. Gotcha five forty nine right now. A man in Florida where else but Florida accused of stealing a Christmas wreath off someone's front door and hanging on his front door. Who'd notice but the five year old. Raw Aguirre close enough facing burglary and petty theft charges. The incident December seventh was captured on one of those ring front door cameras would seem to be catching a lot of people police Lieutenant Eddie Rodriguez. Said the guy turned himself into after learning. Police researching farm investigators had spotted the reef hanging outside his home. And it's the one that came from the victims of he's in jail ten thousand five hundred dollar bond that must be a very nice wreath ten thousand five hundred dollars five fifty we'll go to London here in a bit and talk to ABC's, Tom rivers and against Brexit. He stuff again, we'll find out.

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"monica williams" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Nine. Why'd you always slow the American. I really enjoyed the show. Touching moment. Got wonderful with you winning into losing, Sarah. It's your isn't it? No. There are other teams in city out other than other than that. I mean, I think not believe obviously, very one huge game for them on Saturday in virtual swamp in Genoa. So no, it's not over by any stretch. But was pretty obvious that you are deeper more talented and more settled than any other teams have. Yeah. But, but we certainly know that, but we're surely not gonna go and crown somebody in in early November give it a good weekend GOP because enter Hamath you hate here. The rest of your crew on this area or some podcast just lay into. Biased. Mostly Paolo, Ben Dini below like we say when they play. Well, we praise when they play badly. We criticize when the facts change opinions chain, right? Yeah. Dini's he'd guy with pony too. You laid out. Wiz. He go. What directions polo going? He's gonna come through that mess. There's a ponytail on a gentleman. What? He has all over the place. Yeah. They roughed up. Nine one. What do you make them coons? Okay. You use Bonnie tweak. Cohn. We call them like well go ever. Naming. But it's almost a wash the the say. Game is Bonnie. The Ken Coleman pin? Nicole mcglynn? Do I also I want you to Spanish second open a tool that we don't want to. Okay. All right. Understood. Since rebate site yet cap. That it's only been a couple of games. I think it's what fourteen goals conceded and four James or five games. Look. Now, this includes some Champions League games on the the that this game. Just Sunday PS g came herited a bad situation. This is a talented team. But there's a lot of baggage that came with the job. And I think we need to give our Mantiri a little bit of time to go into sort it out. But yeah, if there's still relegation-zone in the spring, then the guy they will eat the boat a hot take. Clear put who you've been. The bet. Frans bet. Foster. Luna. Red mills and the best birth. They went assisted montage of Belgium the back to. The final won't come. I know of anything. That's cool to say will end up with this. I mean seriously. He's probably gonna fill rate. Now, what was that thinking taking this job because I don't lose no on the planet dead or alive. Good coach mobile wasn't again. The Mogae day. It's difficult to tell the difference with. Timeframe monica. Not much. You can't have no idea what we don't have to pay Monica Williams, Dan, Dan. That's not true, Dan. No. As you're going to say trip. If you come from. Terry Anri is French France has a tax treaty with Monaco. So he actually pays full wack. Wow. There are some countries that do not who citizens. Enjoy tax-free status in Monaco. France is not one of them. Neither is United States where you get taxed on worldwide income. So no carry-on re does not living it up tax-free, Monaco. But still it's not a bad place to live. He's really struggling four. But one guy's globally. I have no idea what I saw. Funny goes a little. Could hit the future by Munich managing why when everyone talks about a team that bring up type of going. Thank you. Jesus. Blows blow warning. So Arjun banger is sixty nine years old his last two years at arsenal rightly or wrongly are generally not perceived to have been successful by many. I think he still has something to give. But I think at a team like buying Munich who I believe did pursue him years ago, where you're you're moving in and you working with a really strong club culture, where he like things to be done a very very specific way. And if you give even a little bit you gotta do things by their rules. It just not going to be right for a guy like vendor who for the last ten years to do back by the last twenty years to do whatever he wanted to at arsenal. So no, I don't think. Ours would be a good fit for by Munich in the slightest. You like to talk about this, shall we? Go down tomorrow. You learn. Then we'll be try. Yep. And such. Such. With. The..

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"monica williams" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on KCRW

"Service in Santa Monica with with. With everything without heart. And today, I would like to let you know that we are able would be able to make Santa Monica crowds, give Santa Monica what they want. We have sixty percent of the markets, and the forty percents mentioned is all of them combined. So by. And now we the franchises started. Because they wanted me wanted to make it safe in Texas, then we wanted to make it. Environmentally friendly by having certain standards. That's what we did. And we'd like to keep it the same way. And we are very proud to be serving this beautiful city. I'm open to any question. If you haven't. You were so compelling there. No question. So thank you. Thank you. Latte concludes untouched. That concludes the public input council. Members of the matter is before us. Any more questions a staff, and nobody has more. More questions and councilmember McEwen jump into this. Of course, we're not awarding franchises tonight. You made that clear at the outset maybe need to say it again because the testimony you sort of aimed toward franchises, and what we're talking about as a policy that would give a company or companies substantially located in Santa Monica serving this community, a hometown advantage, not a hometown monopoly because other companies could still take phone calls and all that. But it would give somebody who chose to be located here hometown advantage. And as I've looked at this matter that makes sense to me. Particularly in an era where it's obvious that cab drivers getting tougher and tougher. I don't wanna make it harder for the people who drive for companies that commit to a particular community to make a living because they're having their living poached by larger regional cab companies swoop in during peak times and take the money, but not be here for the residents of Santa Monica on those non peak times was substantially located company will be here. So I will make the motion chapter six four nine modifying. The kid franchise regulations. I think the adoption of the resolution up to be a separate motion. All right. So the first matter amending the chapter six point four nine is. Move by McEwen second. My davis. Remember vazquez? I guess one of my questions. Legal actually, basically said that you needed fifty plus one trips to make the define as as it being a local substantially located. Right. So the state law says predominant, so the the usual situation as a taxi companies operate in L A, and Santa Monica. So that was a shorthand we use it is possible that if a if a company operates in four different cities, the company that operates the city that operates most predominantly so it could be below if it's plausible. That was my one of the. Individuals saying that he does forty percent, but that could be fifty plus or the majority of his trips, but I believe staffs evaluation is that even under that criteria. There's only of the four franchisees only one company meet the criteria. Well that remains receive because I guess when we do the franchise come back analysis. I'm assuming let's right, but right now, we're not dealing with that. And then I just the other show along those lines while I support the fact that you know, we should support a local company that's located in Santa Monica. I guess the problem I have with that is I know some of the companies testified here while the company may be located. Let's say outside could be on the west side, but not specifically in Santa Monica. The cab drivers own their cabs, and they actually could live in Santa Monica, potentially. Live in San dunno. So how does that if they're the owner of their vehicle? Is that considered local? So the state law does allow the city regulate either on a company wide level or driver level or both the city's historical policy has been to regulate on a company level. And that's why the staff is brought forward their recommendations to way, they are the council could certainly direct staff to look at regulating either exclusively on a driver level or on a combination of driver company levels would be somewhat of a departure from our historical practice, but it is within the council's direction to direct staff to go that way. And then I guess. My next questions may March of the maker of the motion. Is during tension whatsoever. I mean, we're not talking about giving them a franchise or an exclusive right now. But is your motion basically to direct staff to go to meet with the I guess the current four operators, and and come up with a proposal that would come to us with the recommendation of who they whether it's one or two franchises. That would move forward. Motion is to amend chapter six four nine is recommended by stuff. Not. Further discussion that's going to happen. Obviously these companies to find out what your status. Well, I just want to say that, you know, obviously, the taxicab industries undergone a tremendous amount of change over the last few years and we've wrestled with it on an ongoing basis. I do want to point out. I think as councilmember McEwan said that this isn't about granting ending of monopoly. Any one of the cats companies that came and spoke this evening are perfectly capable of picking up prearranged rides here in Santa Monica. But for example, if someone pointed out the city of Los Angeles is not going to let taxi taxi camp out at their taxis. And so why we should allow cabs that are located substantially located. I guess the term of art of the city of LA to take spaces at Santa Monica. Sounds. Any logic. There escapes me. I know some of the speakers said that they could become substantially located in Santa Monica. And I think we have a criteria set by our city attorney's office, and if they choose to do so they can choose to do. So no, nobody is precluding them from moving their headquarters to Santa Monica Williams. Sure. We would welcome them with open arms. But as things currently stand. It looks like we have one company that meets the criteria. I think as Mr. Larmer pointed out, the problem is that we are leverage over these companies has been substantially reduced by state law and some of the company said they supported the state law. So I hope they understand that. But by reducing our leverage in order for us to provide high quality safe Kaxi service to our residents renamed to have the licensing leverage, if you will over them, and if we don't have that licensing control over companies that are substantially located in other jurisdictions, and we're not able to impose the same kinds of. Requirements on them. So as again, circling back to what councilmember McEwen saying this is just having a home field advantage, but not necessarily for the purpose of favoring a local business, although it has that effect. But it is the only way we can ensure that the taxi services that are primarily available to our residents a taxi stands and through ride hailing as well as pre arranged perhaps and things like that are are high quality fair services. And so I think this is the direction the state law has pushed us, and so for those of you who supported the state law you live by the sword you die by the sword sort of thing. So I think that this is the appropriate way for us to go. Changed? No further discussion. We have a motion by McEwen at second by Davis too. Introducing I reading on many chapters six point four nine of the Santa Monica municipal code modifying provisions at the taxicab franchise regulation..

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"monica williams" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"Yes. I mean, it's interesting things that I, I mean, certainly the website has just that he's articles about their their own studies of c. Chuck Ruina. Let's focus on what am I all the body. From Brazil. She poses with a lot of articles on of those. I mean, that is something of using the medical community to look at the date on a lot of enough studies have now been published on top that wasn't a major ice. Is there anyone else that. Roll roll control. Earthquakes aging for the data for his. About the mentioned, stand broth. Is all that she. He's an interesting guys, psychiatrist, Czech Republic. He's still alive which is pretty about anything nineties. He was often done. Eagle LSD therapy worth that little library. If it's something like five dollars in such sessions before beginning or the Czech Republic offices in Baltimore with pretty the US reading this book. Cookbooks that are exit. One of them is illness therapy, which. Puts it by after that. Look at eight. Giant money. But. I think it's gonna become like. Really. Worker. He's diagnoses of. Beautiful things. His book. Really learn how to be the stuff we're, we're, we're basically. Inventing the wheel in subways. Starting to do this again, the puck before that were that we're getting great work. Anyone else have resources that you really like to use the stay up on the. The of the listener. So young, you gotta maps actually of Senator Bill this Jason, sexual signed you up here and kind of really keep up to date on the usage. Until the with close and I found that, but what has looking predation where to go for other south like this is be on. Hats from out anyway. It's also. Don't be a horrible that he's part time by mass. She's going to be working along with increasing things available for media. She's going to be starting like a series of odd cast or video the threat verge of. I only signed up to do one whether getting interviewing people that are involved in psychedelics or research and putting up so long workable. Absolutely. What else? We probably twenty minutes, but. Feel free to go any or we could ended if anyone questions all day for it before you get? I think actually that I will say as of this permission, people are so are the professor that works at our psyches in charge of it. Monica Williams before involving psychedelic high-grade easy really well known. I worked on on racial twelve in faculty member. We actually put out a recent location within the last three or four months or so that all the modern studies on eagle psychedelic or in racial demographics on that positive Incheon. So she fell that about eighty percents or so. Participants in the Lawrence, I could extend meeting probably these up until eighty percent were white, which actually do better put, doesn't sound about ten percent of people clicked like they didn't give their racial information. So we assumed us and percents is about the same. The other meaning eight percent of that ten percent were white talking. Each percent of the dissidents which live. I tried to crunch our letting. Let's those Egypt in like Americans make something like forty percent of the United States. So you we're going. Treating the population of books like. Eric. This is what the uncovering of indices Doucet's during the trials and had never impressed Michigan. Suppose members come out. Well, I guess we, I hear your question is twofold. One you're saying are we could we make stuff worse? Or could we beat some of in a psychosis or bipolar up like guides or episode computing studies. Ice, I don't let it eat of that. Well, I don't think that Lisa the or were causing some of the become psychotic for the first time or having a manic episode. At least I go though again, but I. So we also have a pretty extensive explosion criteria. So exploiting set of criteria at any study is saying that you have this or is this offer his most access wanted all this, which the means of Asia. Veta- persons. It's a Freddie general anxiety d. r. a. exclusion almost as that prevents. A lot of people believe all of the certain personality disorders to my knowledge are also an exclusion criteria. This not to say that that MDA or other psychedelics feeling for persons with personality disorders. I actually do think affair and good exclusion criteria for this study in particular, the meaning of pretty twelve week study..

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"monica williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:23 min | 3 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It done. Registered sex offenders are faced by a difficult dilemma when they get out of jail. Practically no one wants them in their neighborhood and laws and policies. Make it nearly impossible to find a place to live within the strict parameters of those laws. So what often happens sex offenders become homeless experts say that makes neighborhoods less safe people generally don't want sex offenders in their neighborhood because they think it makes them unsafe at risk for being victims. What I found a previous researches found isolation and excluding people from communities really doesn't help them reintegrate into society, which actually increase the chances of reoffending, which nobody wants and generally people are less safe. Sex fenders are homeless and not allowed to reintegrate into communities. That's Monica Williams assistant professor of criminal Justice at Weeber state university. And author of the sex offender, housing, dilemma community activism, safety and social Justice lawmakers responded to the public sphere of sex offenders, bypassing residents restrictions thinking that if you keep sex offenders out of areas where they have opportunities to offense, and they're less likely to reinvent. So that's the impetus behind residents restrictions research shows, it doesn't work that way. So what are some of these restrictions policies? Vary state by state, some states have residents restrictions say they can't live or work or be in certain areas. Some states have community notification laws got communities have been notified when a sex offender moves in all states have registration loss of sex vendors will have to register. Some of those vary by state in terms of which sex offenders are subject to things like notification and registration for example in Utah. Which is where I'm base sex offenders could. Convicted of offenses against the minor can't be in areas near licensed daycares preschools or areas where there swimming pools open to the public they can't be near or in public or private secondary. Or elementary schools. They can't live near or be community parks. That are open to the public are play grounds. That are open to the public Williams says that some communities will actually create what are called pocket parks, tiny pieces of land designated as a playground just to make sure sex offenders can't live anywhere nearby. And she says generally speaking, there are no exceptions to the rules. For example, if a sex offender finds a place to live that is four hundred ninety nine feet away from a playground instead of the required five hundred feet. He can't live there. All these restrictions may make residents feel safe. But in actuality Williams says the opposite is true. Usually a lot of cases they may end up homeless. So. There were some national cases that made it into the news media years ago in Miami where there was nowhere to live. So they created basically homeless cabinet under a highway. In San Francisco county, there really isn't anywhere for them to live except one little area in the tenderloin district. And so they all congregate there and lived in either, you know, single resident occupancy hotels or they end up homeless. Most people getting out of prison after almost any offense. They need support systems to learn how to be as a society without re offending you. When they're homeless and they're surrounded by other sex offenders, those support systems are lacking Williams says that when sex offenders do manage to find a place to live. It's most often in low income neighborhoods or rural areas that don't have the systems in place to support them by making it harder to live anywhere state laws does interesting funnel people into communities. Look less resources to support the reintegration and communities these communities, especially where people are poor and less slickly connected. Feel like they're dumped on by the government and all people are really passionate. About their communities. They want them to be the best. They can and they resist these kinds of sex finished coming in certain neighborhoods and other people facilities governments tried to put in poor communities for more reasons than just not my bag politics. It's really not feeling powerless. Another reason is that people who live in higher socioeconomic status kind of suburban neighborhoods tend to be better connected politically. So they can put more pressure on politicians and decision makers not to let that person or those people move into their neighborhoods through policies Williams suggests the solution to sex offender, homelessness and recidivism is to change policies to make housing more accessible and to put more support systems in place, the sex offender treatment does work a lot of places have developed what's called circles of support and accountability. So these are support systems where community members and religious leaders and tree. Providers gets together and create a support group for healthy sex offenders reintegrate into society. But also holding them accountable when they do something that they're not supposed to do. Or when they don't do what they have agreed to do. So that's one way to get to know the person through these kind of support systems, but what if you don't want those housing policies changed, even if it means sex offenders become homeless after all who wants a sex offender living next door. I think what has happened is that there's a lot of misconceptions out there about sex offenders re-offending that has fueled public fear and contributed to these laws and systems in place that actually don't help the situation and can make the situation worse than can make people less safe in the long run. So I think it's a lot of it is fueled by these inaccurate, stereotypes and myths, for example, the. Myth that all sex offenders are the equivalent of the proverbial boogeyman. This is that you're gonna be sexually abused by someone who jumps out of the bushes in the dark, and what we know is that that is just not true that it's more likely to be a family member or a friend or an acquaintance. So people who just look like your everyday guy next door or your coach your data? The celebrities are more likely to be the people who are going to victimize a person than this kind of shadowy figure on the dark Williams says this fact became even more evident after the advent of the metoo movement, thousands of women have publicly stated that they were sexually assaulted or harassed by someone they knew me started after I wrote the book, but that is one of the things that is raising public awareness about the fact that it's not as strangers so people start. I I think a lot of people were surprised like oh. That person that person no way, but I was doing the research. Yup. May sense. So what's the solution? How do you change policies when people are afraid of change education is definitely important and knowing the facts, particularly about what research shows about the effects of these policies on recidivism rates because the vast majority of policies we have in place regarding sex offenders after they get out don't work community members really needs to start holding their government decision makers accountable for some of these laws and policies that are affecting them in ways that don't make them safer. I think that's one of the big messages of my book that yes, you're frayed. And you don't want sex centers in your neighborhood. But it's what I found in my research is that it's not communities are necessarily putting on the sex offenders for moving in. It's more about state and local governments who aren't taking care of communities. They're putting restrictions in place that funnel sex offenders into certain neighborhood. Just can't support. They don't have the resources to support reintegration. It's difficult to face. The fact that most sex offenders were family members or friends who knew their victims. However, knowing that.

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"monica williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I was you know, knowing the research can like, Yup. So what's the solution? How do you change policies when people are afraid of change education is definitely important and knowing the facts, particularly about what research shows about the effects of these policies on recidivism rates because the vast majority of policies we have in place for guarding sex offenders after they get out don't work community members really needs to start holding their government makers accountable for some of these laws and policies that are affecting them in ways that don't make them safer. I think that's one of the big messages of my book that yes, you're prayed. And you don't want that centers in your neighborhood. It's found in my research is that it's not communities are necessarily putting the blame on the sex offender for moving in. It's more about state and local governments who aren't taking care of communities. They're putting restrictions in place that funnel sex offenders into certain neighborhoods. Stop just can't support. They don't have the resources to support reintegration. It's difficult to face. The fact that most sex offenders were family members or friends who knew their victims. However, knowing that fact might make us feel safer when a sex offender moves in next door, and we also know there are support systems in place to make sure he Steve's within the law. You can learn more about our guest, Monica Williams and her book, the sex offender, housing, dilemma community, activism, safety and social Justice by visiting our website at.

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"monica williams" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Let's go to william aides santa monica william you're on kabc which you'll get barbara john phillips hello hey let me just say are in wealthy new year to both have you and if there's any award to have the best them on a class and talk radio spoke of you so you have my word if you did that was just hear no bosses gone never do leave this stuff he's gonna be like new he said that i think we deserved drugs yeah yeah no no no doubt thank you thank you thank you sir thank you especially you all or you guys are willing to and i think you're listening religiously here and i also thank you so much for supporting our veterans i haven't all these veteran i i show back in the early eighties vainglory i'm service they qmeil ebbed be you know you make of excellent point julian like i chevy how would you sir um our country owes yet to if you're automatically separated in the military should really he also awarded you know you're citizenship and it's also should be up to the recruiters as well the stipulate that in in in in your car trust as well you know um i think that um uh it's it's really um it's really incumbent upon you know as she had our recruitment and also taking on get the rest of the people do really stand behind that i'll just say one more thing with closing on the fact that um you know wasn't we disagree or agree with our president or whatever i did listen to the speech last night i do believe was you know wellscripted and very well sincere i think the most important thing is that you know we need to learn something from all of this our our our politicians have nothing to whiten okay and i don't really think they're really sensitive to the needs of the people there too and bold and in to the special interest groups and it's really up to the it up trust your keep speaking about this it really bringing these issues polite again i really wanted wish both of your very happy and healthy new york sorry why well i wish we could have a conversation like that because i get very excited like bob each cone just message me like how can you defend it was in the oval office inserting cigars i'm like dude clinton's of pig.

"monica williams" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on KOIL

"Grant of the and by the way as well you are jio prime mary griffey who from over you would celebrate monica williams it on a new and are several other holidays again gown with us bill kristol's homolka over the to the line all it does there was for the resolution of him governor fest which pole and uh in some yet but anyway dribble eight six seven three 37 under the numbers called and i that's triple eight six seven three three seven hundred yes we are light tonight they'll everybody else's taking long vacations i don't see a point in doing that i think that once christmas is over it's back to work and because a lot of things to talk about especially as were making our way to the end of the year and so um i i i i don't want the end of the year to go without us talking about a few things before that happens and then of course we're gonna be your on new year's day life as well because i don't like my staff and to make them work on new year's day no seriously i we've all agree to staff that the new year's day is not really a a holiday it's kinda like uh a recovery day if you get drunk and most to my staff are very responsible and even though they may you know and and and and the fact that uh ethics happening on the weekend this year's kinda like yeah why why bother not feminine so new year's day we will be live and we're live now and so we urge you to call into i triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three.

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"monica williams" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on Code Switch

"Even though i could have like you both levin hate that moment where everybody just picks up in moves on like nothing happened look the it's a so much psychic energy goes into the all those gymnastics he was doing in a moment you know i love that she broke down for us what goes on step by step absolutely but it takes a real tolan you that keep doing that over and over again this woman monica williams wrentham the lab for culture and mental health disparities at the university of connecticut and she told us incidents like this can cause major anxiety and she adds that in a ray of mental and physical problems are being linked to ongoing experiences with racism whether they're casual or systematic or not i mean just the fact that they are happening all the time it really takes a toll we're talking ptsd oecd depression hypertension diabetes even cancer which is crazy to think about uh she also said is a con a damn with hoodoo dimmed for dole situation like nicole you said to us if you say something to you relatives the defensive does anything and the keep saying whilst after you you know what i mean so or vice is to find out who your allies argue family if you have them so when you go to family events immature the have your back if you do decide to say something to speak up and if you can't she said you know let your family know that you might have to just bounce or bow out if arose have you know is going to be awesome bolden was found to be there so again that will fly and some families as involved families you will have to show up on he won't be able to bow out but if that's an option on the table you should avail yourself of and you should also importantly try to find a cautiously competent therapist the talk to if you can and don't forget to breathe in the meantime he breath.

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"monica williams" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"monica williams" Discussed on KOMO

"Next report's safe 14th unlike mashburn on komo news steve pool has the forecast pillar everybody up you're having a great night let's talk about how your days going to unfold tomorrow we're looking at getting at the door with temperatures in the upper thirty's maybe forty degrees in finishing it up somewhere around fifty degrees and that's about it there might be a few lingering showers but not the heavy stop that we've been going through so i spit of a blessing we're happy for that so prepare yourself for not a bad day it feel oh cool in the morning but other than that it's not too bad in the komo weather center i'm steve pool it's 45 degrees in seattle stay connected stay informed this is komo news komo news time eight five art sanders in your top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center another mccleary ruling state supreme court of the justices again find lawmakers in contempt more from komos jeff pohjola since the original ruling in 2012 the issue of funding public education has become a political football the state constitution says it is the paramount duty of the state but the court has found that lawmakers aren't putting enough money towards k through twelve even the state superintendent chris wright doll has his hands tied by the legislature have a couple they gave us below authority but even though i think they're gonna want to consider reconsidering the future so in the latest ruling the justice it said that while progress is being made in funding public schools it's not happening quickly enough as a result lawmakers continued to be find a hundred thousand dollars a day until the mandates of mcclair met jeff pohjola komo news sisters and cousins of charlene ally i'll say their families bitterly divided by efforts to seek justice sooner death lyles was killed by police responding to a burglary call at her apartment in june shirley sister monica williams says her father charles lyles.

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