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02:17 min | 1 year ago

"morehouse school medicine" Discussed on Revision Path

"They're probably going to be like excuse me, like, we'll graduated from morale. So they know that. Okay. Okay. Like every time I say. I would some Morehouse school of medicine, people were like. But that's being are you. Trying to tell me Saana saying, no. Is forbidden women? Right. It's a coed school. So I went to Morehouse school medicine in, I a studied neuroscience in got accepted to the PHD program in also got a whole ride in a stipend in a chance to go to Ivy league in the summer to intervene, NASA program. So my family was like, so proud, but I ended up like hating my life solid like dude, why I don't like this. It was just like me like a bunch of light mice all day studying like having like this longitudinal study in, like it was okay? But like I don't wanna work with mice. I'm like social butterfly. So please, like, don't do this to me own instantly ways. I found that I started studying business at night time. Like just all my I don't know. I just started doing it in started to have the each to like get into advertising, you know, be creative. In. So I ended up, I ended up getting out of that in a went to school to get my ABA instead in the middle of that, somehow, I really cannot tell you talk about way into advertising agency, which is like unheard of you'd not have advertising experience or a -education in advertising. I ended up going getting into like a medium size agency in search engine marketing because social media in a digital marketing was so new, you could teach yourself at schools. You know, had not started teaching that yet. So that's how was able to get in in. That was like the beginning of my career in that in I ended up seeing the graphic design department, in I kept trying to go over there in a win. Let me they were like share like you don't have a portfolio, like what are you doing? It was just like, like levian Lee..

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"morehouse school medicine" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"morehouse school medicine" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"That literally lying taking one of the highest communication offices in the land and just doing with it whatever to advance any sort of gender now. I mean all written communications by but. You still have a responsibility that job is to inform the American people of what's happening not doing that. Or purposefully doing it in a way that confuses people is very poor journalism to say to the nicest way well in the leash. She should have offered to quit if she had to tell a life for Trump. That's what the other White House staff did and lease according to the report, they offered to quit. They said, well, if you're gonna make me say this or insisted I do that. I would quit. I that's what Dan Mcgann, Don Mcgann, did he was the White House counsel, and so many others? I Ryan previous who was the chief of staff and Kelly who was the chief of staff they they told the line in public, but in private they wouldn't do the bottom line of what Trump wanted them to do. And I. Even though I disagree with Trump on every issue. I am grateful that the people who will work for him had enough integrity to resist some of what he wanted them to do. All they were scab enough a prison to resist some of what he wanted to do the thing where we would be if some of them had not been willing to stand up to him and say, no, well, a whole lot of people went to prison as a result of the mother report, and we overlooked at sometimes a record number of people were indicted and a record number went to prison for this administration due to the activity of this administration and people say was the wintertime. Well, it sure did capture whole lot of witches if it was a witch hunt. Lot of people winter is indicted, and we can't overlook that fact and all of them what they had in common when it had two things in common. They would do what Trump tell them to do. And they live all of the crimes. When we talked about. So, you know, circumstances evidence is evidence. The fact that so many people were willing to lie face prison in conviction lot of reputation a lot of job. But what? Yeah. What did they know conspiracy doing all all the line? Yeah. That's a good question. Well, Todd is on the line. And it's a good point to bring him in. Hey, todd. How are you beat a Janice every normal forgotten name? Oh. That's okay. Busy on DO yooglie show to remember hoops. Well, you know, your voice, but go on you, man. Time focus on them. Let's focus on our relationship. That's what all wondering boyfriend say. But okay. Work on. New argument work for me with teaching on this. Radio's radio winning smoke weed great. Oh hand. No women don't really smoke me. But. Women's? Reference in reference to the reference to mother report, I'm with Pelosi just focus on Dayton on the next go around all day for Mason is coming out. And some of the stuff is redacted will it'll it'll be clear in a few more months. Probably they'll be able to they'll be able to loosen up a little bit. Make the case to beat them in a fair competition, the next round more soda and trying to be concerned about getting this guy ran out office before here hits the he doesn't have enough juice the president to disrupt the economy is much as people with being climbed to believe that are in the gossiping things like that. And if you have enough evidence that equates to proof in the white is candidates that are better than this. Go around you have anything to put up against the map, then that should be the focus and that brings me back to Harrison, Delaney ISM. Pretty dangle good combination for the presidency. And have you guys read news vice president vice presidential candidate, I'll have a position which one would be good for vice president. But they look like a pretty good team to meet if they would so choose to do so, and I'm spending more time focusing on who I would vote for than I am, folks. Trying to get him out of Austin. And in Cory booker's proposal to do this study about to make the case for reparations, I'm focusing on. Well, it comes out in our favor, which I hope it might at least to the point where we could talk about compensation. How would you guys? What do you guys think about this hobby? Sure. Three hundred billion dollars dedicated to the five strongest banks black on banks include my favorite citizens, trusting Atlanta, Georgia founded, nineteen twenty one. And four other ones. The neck, and then the twenty five more financially sound HPC us start with three hundred billion dollars in the country. Do you think about those two are both good starts? I don't think it would be comprehensive. I don't think that would be the end of it. But I think they're great starts just to start in just in. If you just take for example, I know for sure of the top twenty five Nancy sound HPC us more housing in there. That's thirty billion. Trust Bank is in Atlanta. That's another billion and how our pre Morehouse school medicine in near just on the strength of what it has to do. In order to be a good medical medical schools and deaf forty forty billion right there in the Atlantic comedy alone. And that's before the students in the faculty go out to other hometowns round, the country death that just isn't academic pursuits, but investment research community and the economy has deployed the people that worked here in those places. The government can do that. Because that's tax. If it comes from the federal government, that's tax dollars that it just be fit for the economy, which is gonna come back into tax dollars. Again. I think that's a good start. Well, I think any dollars that go in to the public even if this is just for the purpose, of example, even if every descendant of a person who was held in captivity. Also, savory was given a million dollars. The money's going to go back into the economy, and it's going to be taxable their whole lot of different ways that you can bring the money into the economy, and it would be taxable think every way you put it in the would be taxable. And if you if you do it the way, I'm describing it wouldn't be hard hit on the academy. But because it was concentrated there the that portion of three hundred billion, and they could they could better regulate the pace as how it goes back in time. 'cause banks. And schools are gonna that spars, and then they just slowly dead make steady progress as how flows out and then control better. How slows that? Can we'll cats. I can't get into the details of what I believe will be good for this five thought. I just put that out there. Since you gotta talk about what Cory Booker put out here. Well, let me say I agree with that. Now agree with you wish they have to start thinking about more than just the word reparations. But what what rep reparations.

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"morehouse school medicine" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"morehouse school medicine" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Good afternoon. And welcome back to sisters on news talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. Well, John April Ryan says it Sarah, Huckabee Sanders. One of those people that Trump told a lie and who did go before the American press will the press of the world and lie and say to the FBI had lost confidence in James Komi a variety. She knew her head needs to roll in, you know, manner of speaking she needs to be fired because of her lack of ethics as well. I hate to say journalists, she doesn't seem like a journalist. But the fact that she lied to the press should be a reason for her to be five. What do you think about that? Well, I don't know. I think that Chris secretaries are often called on to make statements that been that stretch the truth and not break it more like Spain more like fan wear, and I guess that's the issue. What is the line between spin? And and something else says worse, and who makes the call on Thai will it appears from her own statement that she made it up that the FBI had lost confidence and Jayme comment. I don't think that that's the case. I think Trump told her to say that and rather than travel. Yeah. About the fact that Sarah Huckabee Sanders is one of the most skilled liars in Christendom living to say almost anything with a striped bass. I don't see how she does it. But she does it regularly. So that that to me was not surprising. And I doubt she'll be fired because she's too valuable to the president. Yeah. But as a journalist a I should be asking you this question. The drivers have the responsibility. Even if they weren't for the president not to tell a bow face allowing her always make up a bowl face, LA. Yes. Yeah. That's the show and asked does the short answer. And I don't know. I think I made this up, but I feel like this some sort of well a social contract, you have a responsibility to be your responsibility is I to truth into transparency, and I feel that literally line taking one of the highest communication offices in the land and just doing with it. Whatever to advance any sort of gender now. I mean, all written all communications bias. But you still have a responsibility bed job is to inform the American people of what's happening and not doing that. Or purposefully doing it in a way that confuses people is very poor journalism to say to the nicest way well in the leash. She should have a offered to quit if she had to tell a lie for Trump. That's what the other White House of staff did and lease. According to the report, they offered to quit. They said, well, if you're gonna make me say this or insisted I do that. I would quit. I that's what Dan Mcgann, Don Mcgann, did he was the White House counsel, and so many others? I Ryan previous who was the chief of staff and Kelly who was the chief of staff they they told the land in public, but in private they wouldn't do the bottom line of what Trump wanted him to do. And. Even though I disagree with Trump on every issue. I am grateful that the people who will work for him had enough integrity to resist some of what he wanted them to do. Oh, they were scared enough a prison to resist some what he wanted to do. Because you think where we would be if some of them had not been willing to stand up to him and say, no, well, a whole lot of people went to prison as a result of the Muller reported, and we overlooked at sometimes a record number of people were indicted and recognizer went to prison for this administration due to the actively of this administration and people say it was a witch hunt. Well, it sure did capture a whole lot of witches if it was a witch. A lot of people went to indicted, and we can't overlook that fact and all of them what they had in common, but it had two things in common. They would do it. Trump told them to do and they live all of the crimes. See this thing when we talked about circumstantial evidence is evidence. The fact that so many people were willing to lie in face prison and conviction a lot of their reputation love their job. But what what what no conspiracy doing? All. Wow. Why all the line? Yeah. That's a good question. Well, Todd is on the line. And it's a good point to bring him in. Hey, todd. How are you? Janice. A renewal forgotten name? Oh. That's fine. That's okay. Too. Busy on DO yooglie show to remember. Oops. So meaning, well, you know, you've lost. But go on you, man. Too much time focus on them for our relationship. That's what all wondering boyfriend say. But okay work on us. Never knew what it argument work for me with cheating on this. Radio's rating. Smoke weed it works. Great topic hand. No, all my women. Don't really smoke. But. Todd's women's? Reference in reference to the reference to mother report out I'm with Pelosi just focus on beaten on the next. Go round all information is coming out in some of the stuff is redacted. Will it will? It'll be clear in a few more months. Probably they'll be able to they'll be able to loosen it up a little bit. Make the case to beat them in a fair competition. The next round more soda trying to be concerned about getting this guy. Ran a office beforehand at the he doesn't have enough juice as the president to disrupt the economy is much as people weight gain climbed to believe that are in the gossip and things like that. And if you have enough evidence that equates to proof as wide as candidates that are better than just go around because you have to put up against last then should be the focus in that brings me back to Harrison Delaney, pretty dangle combination, but presidency. And have you guys read news president who's the vice presidential candidate? Positional which one would be good vice president. But I looked like a pretty good team to me if they would so choose to do so, and I'm spending more time focusing on who I would vote for than an folks trying to get him out of office. And in Cory booker's proposal to do this study about to make the case for reparations, I'm focusing on. Well, if it comes out in our favor, which I hope it might at least to the point where we could talk about compensation. How would you guys? What do you guys think about this? I'll be sure three hundred billion dollars dedicated to the five strongest banks in black all day include my favorite citizens trust Atlanta, Georgia founded nineteen twenty one. And four other ones then the the neck, and then the twenty five more financially sound HSBC uses start for three hundred billion dollars vestment in the country. We think about nothing those two are both good starts. I don't think it would be comprehensive. I don't think that would be the end of it. But I think they're great starts just to start and just in. If you just take for example, I know for sure of the top twenty five sound HPC use Clark's pelmeni Morehouse in there. That's thirty billion. Trust Bank is in Atlanta, death, another ten billion Bill, and I would I would put Morehouse school medicine in near just on the strength of what it has to do in order to be a good medical medical schools, and that's forty deaths forty billion right there in the Atlantic Cottam low in that before the students in the faculty go out to other hometown around the country in depth. Not just as an academic pursuits, but investment research for the community and the economy employs people that work there and those places. The government can do that. Because that's textile. If it comes from the federal government, that's tax dollars that it just be fit for the economy, which eventually come back into tax dollars. Again. I think that's a good start. Well, I think any dollars that go in to the public even if this is just for the purpose, of example, even if every descendant of a person who was held in captivity or slavery was given a million dollars. The money's going to go back into the economy, and it's going to be taxable their whole lot of different ways that you can bring the money into the economy, and it would be taxable. And I think every way you put it in the economy that would be taxable. And if you if you do it the way, I'm describing it wouldn't be hard hit on the economy. But because it was concentrated there the port that portion of three hundred billion, and they they can better regulate the pace as how it goes back into tiny 'cause bankable invest bars and. And schools are gonna debts bars, and then they could just slowly stead make steady progress as this house lows out and then control better how flows back in. We'll. I can't get into the details of what I believe will be good for this five thought. I just put that out there. Now, you gotta talk about what Cory Booker put out there. Well, let me say I agree with that. And I agree with you. We used to have to start thinking about more than just the word reparations, but what would represent reparations look like like compensation better because.

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"morehouse school medicine" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"morehouse school medicine" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"And. Gentlemen sisters and brothers if you, don't, mind one Motamedi gay put your hands together for my dear Representative David Scott thank you sir Hey gal Boy. That's good also also in, the studio we have Dr yaldo Robertson of lifted by choice and miss Annette Walker of the Atlanta VA. Healthcare system know what time it is is that time of, year again Stanford. Hill fair. That's, right and and and we wanna thank you and w a okay and all of you for your longtime partnership, with us we could do without to you all let the community know every year and we are. Deeply grateful we save lives at this event is going to, be daddy Which is coming up this Saturday August say eleven get there early it's going, to be at Monday's male high school in Jonesboro right there and collecting county on Fayetteville road and. We have some lovely guest list introduce Dr Robertson insisted Walker Data Robertson is a premier breast cancer surgeon Lord brings people, together, Reverend, and I mentioned. Quite a bit but when you have, these physicians and doctors, the hospitals are everybody coming together free giving. Up their time and she will have, a whole host, is to Breast cancer surges and we also have missed the net Walker who heads up the v.. A. the veterans administration's regional, hospital nets right here to help our veterans let me, let both of them have a word and talk about what it is. Did you do and what it is expecting to see at the hill fair coming up, on, the eleventh so for about several years such as my. Choices been assisting with a health fair this is one, of the largest health fairs that I have ever been a part of. It is so well run, such? As by choice is getting together nurses physicians medical students to all participate, to do the breast. Exams we're going to be doing, clinical breast. Exams on women so so important for these women to come in, to get these exams does people don't have insurance right we are able to, get these women examined in their respective health departments anther sisters. By choice we can get them there mammograms, any abnormalities we follow up on, that and make sure these, ladies get biopsies and they get to the proper Doctors that need to take care of them people need. To understand if you don't have insurance doesn't mean you can't get care this health fair, is, made for people who don't have insurance and even the. Underinsured so it's so important that people come out we, want to get about a thousand ladies to come out because it's so. So important for women to, get? Their screening exams makes the difference makes a difference no doubt and it, says to Walker good. Morning good morning to you how, are you. I'm we'll talk about how the Atlanta VA healthcare system will represent, at the healthcare for he'll fair We've participated but congressman. Scott several years and health fair I'm so proud to be a partner with us. Again this year we will have a team at the health at the healthcare system. At the health fair this year working with. Mental health helping veterans understand what the benefits are getting them enrolled as they have not enrolled for healthcare in the number one thing that we want get the, word out. About our ability to help, veterans who, are at risk Priscilla. Side as you? Know suicide is probably one the number one thing is that we're focused on the VA this year Over twenty Veterans Day are committing suicide and a lot of them, have not least out in excess VA healthcare we have fifteen locations throughout the northern Georgia area every, single one of them, has the ability to take care of veterans they walk in in crisis need the Decatur facility in particular has. Twenty four hour service will veterans Anita come in and help with their crisis intervention so we want to get the. Word out about, benefits was available to. Veterans partner in this community we play a big role in the community We have a one hundred fifteen thousand veterans enrolled, in our health care system not all of them access system and want. To make sure we get the word out about. What's available to them help them get their benefits now and help them. Get the health care that they need we will have people, stationed to do blood pressure exams to do I examines what I tell a health programs. So number things veterans just don't know what's available to us not in the canoe into a congressman. Scott annually helps us get that word out And I, just want to urge. Everyone on the, sound of my voice to. Please call this number. Right now seven seven oh two, one oh five oh seven three that seven seven oh two one oh five, of seven three I have a wonderful staff hard working and so much of the success of our program goes to, the great work to my staff is doing their by the phones right now so you. Can get further information you made Noah better and you may know. Somebody who needs help we get too many. Veterans as she said committing suicide every day now you know Reverend Lord sends us signs he sends. Us things now when I was in Washington And everybody was pulling me. To the TV and. Saying what's going on in Atlanta They had a veteran who had set, him on fire yes sir At the state. Capital guess what more attention do we need folks we need you we don't know who and where the family. Members get them caller office and there's the. Net walk OB there she will, have all of the health benefits and finally this under. Breast, cancer We're losing too many of our precious yes African Longer, now Getting, breast cancer and the screening is, absolutely important but I don't want to overlook all of the other participants that you have for for twenty for the fourteenth annual. Hill fair, I mean it keeps getting bigger and bigger and more and. More powerful you got a black nurse's rock centers for disease control will be there the Department of behavioral health and development disabilities the Morehouse school medicine. Clinical research, center I mean Jose of feed the hungry Georgia ovarian, cancer alliance I mean and I mean literally scores more for people to access for their health and nothing is more important than. Your health, cut you can't do nothing if you ain't got good and. It's doing God's work exactly what mates renewed look at that you know. Reverend A handgun that's in there that's working we're doing God's work and thanks to. All these wonderful people for what they're doing and God bless w. a. okay thank you again that phone number seven. Seven oh, one One. Oh. No, I Three that's. It that's the. Number thank. You Dr, Yara. Robertson thank, you MS. Annette Walker thank you and always is all always friend of the movement. Comes from. David Scott. Thank you thank. You peace. And blessing I. Ride, thank,.

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