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"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

05:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

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"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

03:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

"This song ends with my friends voice. Close friend of mine named puffy and i called him and i said i need you to describe what the walk home feels like a couple of kids running around playing games the dope boys riding around if you several side of your household in the hood most times. It's like you're walking quickly. You have to be alert and you don't get an opportunity to like just appreciate the existence of your home community you know. I can remember faintly what it was like when we were younger because near a younger we were freer. And so that's when he started to describe things to me is like when i walk. I see the green box. She put challen right. Bikes fiat be matched over at green box. Yeah it was like an entire universe in this open circle of like a backyard and that's where a lot of my first experiences took place. It was like my first time using a water gun. My first time watching my cat the outside of the home. It was little things but it was things that couldn't focus on later on. And so i just wanted there to be an account of what that was from someone that lived there. After experiencing the kind of traumas that i did the community in my idea of the community my relationship with the community transformed completely and i think that in the effort of even having puppies voice at the end was to try to return to what it felt like in the beginning cracking up.

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"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

05:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

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"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

"Thought that comes to me all the time but i was really thinking about the mothers and the community and the kind of like unmanageable weight that they feel when their son step out into a world that they know was not built or designed to protect them. And then i was like okay. I have to take it further. I'm going to continue to describe. This person described narrative by way of like maybe material things and so that was carved a chain of like you know you say okay but you tuck your chain. You'll say okay but you touch you take it a won't see it was almost like i was choosing fo- and doing what my friends who are rappers to when the hearbeat because i've been in those rap sessions for so many years of my life i was just doing the same exact thing except i was taking a different musical form and i was just like okay cool. Let me describe my life like. Let me describe what's going on. Let me describe loss. And i'll tell you the last you know the flows and you go through erase. I just know that iraq lows nabi the original idea hide when it was just those guitar parts in my voice. That's how i wanted to release the song. I kind of resisted the idea of producing the song. Oh but then. I'm like you know after having some conversations. I knew that. I had a responsibility to take.

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"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

07:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Song Exploder

"You're listening to song. Explorer where musicians take apart their songs and piece by piece. Tell the story of how they were made. My name is rishikesh airway. Hey if you have a second to help me out. I'm trying to learn. More about song exploded listeners. And i'd love to get your thoughts on the podcast. There's a little survey questionnaire thing at song exploded dot net slash survey..

Ramstein Air Base in Germany Becomes a Refuge for Afghans

Here & Now

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Ramstein Air Base in Germany Becomes a Refuge for Afghans

"There is still a significant number of people in afghanistan who are still trying to leave the country after the us pull out and for afghans who have already left some are in limbo at the us. Air base in ramstein germany. Waiting to fly here to the united states. Npr's rob schmitz reports this hanger. Which can snugly fit. Some of the largest planes in the world was not meant to house people that it is. Today it's nine story. Tall ceiling looms above a series of rectangular enclosures constructed of ten foot tall wire fencing separating groups of afghans dressed in colorful robes tunics. Were allowed to leave these massive cages when it is time for their flight to america a woman in a black hejab cradles her newborn wrapped tightly in a linen cloth on hangers cold floor. The infants name is mustafa. His short life has been hectic two weeks ago. He was born in a village outside. Kabul the next day is family whisked him to the frenzy gates of the kabul airport where they slept outside for four days packed among throngs of others desperate to flee the taliban when he was five days old little mustafa was rushed through the gates and carried onto an aircraft ending. Up here at ramstein air bags now. He's waiting for a flight that in a few hours. We'll take him to his new home. America i plan to build a life for my son and his siblings. In america says mustafa's mother walk. Meena will only gives her first name for fear of reprisals by the taliban on family back home my husband worked with the afghan army and we were in too much dangerous day in afghanistan. There are nearly fifteen thousand others here left for the same

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U.S. to Announce Troop Drawdown From Iraq

Mark Levin

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. to Announce Troop Drawdown From Iraq

"The prime minister of Iraq heads to Washington this week and is expected to request that President Biden withdraw all U. S combat troops. Mustafa al Kadhimi tells The Associated Press that Iraqi security forces are capable of defending the country without US led coalition

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"mustafa" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

06:26 min | 2 months ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

"One thing, you know? So yeah, doing dog. I find, I find when I stick to what has to do with my voice and my heart, and my passion to inspire people to live everyday, like they want to be alive and to live, a life of inspired actions, actually off it flows any awards and so. Yeah. And I, but when I don't and I digress, not good. I do agree not. So that's the main thing out for you, is this the passion having that passion? As long as you still have the passion for it? Keep, you know, keep bringing. Yeah. So back to the idea of being being a polymath is that I'm, I'm just busting that myth, you know, that being a specialist is not the only definition of success. Okay. That's one of the definitions. Yes, of course, right? But being a polymath is another definition suggest. And I am, I'm saying, why, you know, for example, somebody who spent several years in different careers, somebody was able to be more creative with somebody is able to bring home. Musicians for new problems, from that X career, all that extra space and it happened to me all the time. For example, in my banking career, I was the out there all the time, okay? Somebody who's looked at from insiders as you know what you guys doing here, right? Right, right. But because of my expertise wage and different other things for example, in business development, in building the relationship with governments. Okay. Because I've been doing that all the time. Yeah. A very high level. Absolutely correct negotiation off right? Oh yeah. So, I was using all the strength in my new career. So because no one was able to see things from my perspective because I have this down volume, like, you know, like how to say the Cyber deal. For example. Right, right. Right. Right is new can look at things from different perspective, wage, I would like to quote here. There's a mathematician American mathematician called Freeman Dyson. Back in the fifties, he wrote a very interesting article, comparing specialist to polymath off the list. So he compared, you know, especially for him where like frogs frogs the new every single tiny details down in the month, okay? But if you take them out or off of that place, they don't know. Right? I know down Frank why journalists or polymath? They are like, birds. They are up there on the trees. They can connect different Horizons. They can see the prices and him, not his better than the other, you need both even in your team. You know, people who have this twenty years of experience in one tiny single thing, right? They can bring old experience that you have and then you have people who are connecting things, you know, three thousand foot view. Yeah. Thirty thousand foot view. I got you exactly. So I am busting all the Smiths song The first phase of the book, then I'm jumping next to I call it the Golden Triangle and the Golden Triangle here is your passion, your values, your vision for your dream lifestyle and imagine here we are driving a car on a long. Long journey. I think you need only three things in in that big Journey you need enough. You will, you need a shipping box to tell you where to go and how to go? And you need an end destination to write down, put down on your GPS, tracker to say, okay? I'm going to go there, you know, I have five miles of driving down to get there. Right? Right. So your fuel is your passion, okay? Your passion, if you have enough passion for what you're doing, you have enough fuel to go on that long journey and go on. MM, right, right. Your GPS is your values and a lot of people ignore their values, maybe the focus only on their passions, but yeah. Very important, very important. I give an example in my last career, change my to talk values at that time when I did that change where my family, my my phone, no, Cape Town. And based. On two things, there's two things I decided to leave the banking career to be with my mom, and my sister in London, because both of them were sick and home. I couldn't think of myself all the time. I said, I have really to have them as one my Predator. So I decided to leave and quit my job in the banking career and leave the 40 minutes. See, because in the summer, because I was actually only from my foreign Ministry. So again, satisfying and fulfilling your values. When meet you enjoy, you making, you know, you are fulfilled in the highest rate of unemployment. Okay, Ryan, and the end destination is your vision for your dream. I stay home and each one of us has those whatever. You know, this is my lifestyle living in that City by the sea, or in a far more that big house. This is my boss. I would say, working day, you know, waking up in the morning or we can play. This is my dream. We have, you have to have a destination. Exactly. So have three things together. We make sure that you are on the right track. So and you know, getting to the right Point. Okay. And then from there once, you know, even I do that with my clients right now once they decide what I want to do, then the the next phase is to build the skills needed to reach, that destination 11 unless your book comes out. When as soon to be out what is it? What is it going to be out? It should be sometime. You're still, you know, the first draft is still a lot of work but I got you, I got you. Well, if you want to, if you want to follow along with Mustafa is a journey of his book. It go to the passion MB a month. You can also hate them up on Instagram at the passion and ba and you know, I just think he's a great guy and you should follow him in and learn more about him. He's definitely, I've never heard of it before. He's a Polly pasch. If I find that truly fascinated with stuff, I thank you so much for being here today on the living live action show. Appreciate it. Thank you so much for. It was a pleasure for me and really appreciate. Thank you. Yeah, great cast and thank you for taking the time out of your busy and precious day to listen, always, so.

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"mustafa" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

07:47 min | 2 months ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

"Politics to economics to trade, right. Cultural which is more fun than a sports right? And and I was lucky to work in the United Nations in New York. So that's another level because it's the Murray Latin level off major leagues baby. Yeah, that's right. Yeah. But yeah, but the multilateral aspect is is is a difference. You know, scope you are dealing, you know, you are looking your dog. Measure the simply you're looking at everybody at the same time. So you're building this big Horizon. You know, you're learning how to negotiate in a multidimensional, you know, way, you know, lobbying. And so that took an amazing experience. I worked in in Africa, as well. I work in allowing that was my first exposure as a diplomat. So, you know, sometimes, you know, it's good to go to a sport country because you have a small team and rice, only Ambassador than me. So, we had a brand exposure, you know, as a young Diplomat Bank, First diplomatic, I was almost doing everything everything. And what country were your Diplomat for I was a diplomat in Africa. Malawi. I was in China. Okay, and I was enlightened Nations. Yeah. So you do represent of those countries or what comfort you to potentially represents I know. See, that's the one that's okay and communicating. So when you were with Egypt, you're you're in Africa and your phone number. See in Africa and you're working on the relations in Africa with Egypt. Exactly. And then in China and do this and destinations you do the same. Exactly. Okay. Got it. Okay. So it's one of the Thursday versus experience has ever because each country has its own expert. You know, expertise it's unfocused you need to focus for example, in countries like the us or, or, or UK or China on a lateral, much. They're a lot to do have a bigger teams even there. That's a big responsibility. I mean, you're, you're just that's a big responsibility. It is actually. It's a, it's a big responsibility from all of, you know, always. When I was twenty-five years old, I was charged a fare or the like let's say the second man this year in the, in the embassy and it was handling, you know, billions of Millions worth of millions of European. That's amazing. And that's, you know, that's not easy because I'm still learning but because your second man in that small Embassy off, And do all the stuff. So it's like, Mustafa knows what he's doing. Look, it's, it's a great. That's amazing. I just find it. Fascinating to go from a pharmacist to an international Diplomat. That's pretty rare and then works in the yeah. We're supposed to bring it up but you know as a pharmacist and jumping into that correct. I had to been pretty quickly. I have to trust myself, I have to build some confidence and then the best approach is to accept, whatever tasks that you get on the table. So very often you have to learn it. There's no way that something healthy for, you know, in my future careers that's cannot say I cannot do it because I say, I don't know how to do it. You have to figure out, right? Right to do it. So how do you do that? How do you overcome your fear? Cuz everybody has fears of of transition and, and following their passions. How did you overcome that? Because the next thing, Talk about is how let's see pharmacist International Diplomat and I'm like I'm bored now is internet. So I'm going to be coming investment banker like really young how do you overcome your fear? How what what allows you to do this? Even with the naysayers out there? Exactly, parents are always part of us, you know, off of course, we are human beings and we talked to adapt to them, right? And I knew myself any new that they have all my fears and all my, you know, any doubts. But again back to change my beliefs that only hard work will pay off. You know, for me. Yeah, I if I work hard, I will get it. And the power of consistency. You know, if you are consistent, if you took every day, 20 to 30 minutes, the same thing, you know, you're going to beat whoever, you know, it's just right. You know, persistence something else had to have a dog. Persistence. I had to learn from Rocky for example, how it was. Oh God friends and you know, fall down and get up again. So and momentum and momentum, you have that momentum in your life and exactly match. The part of if you keep doing little baby steps it creates momentum. We're bigger things happen. Exactly. And it's amazing. How it's just all Lays out before you when you have that momentum, 100 moving forward, even if you move one millionth of an inch you have to keep moving forward in whatever your Pursuits exactly exactly. And what helped me is the preparation party. So I spend time on deciding and that was really, you know, made a difference. Absolutely just say, you know, I want to be a different one. I know. Let's let's start. No, not right, I took almost seven eight months deciding and deciding means reflecting thinking, you know, doing one job. This career all the time, do I want those Discovery forever. You want to live this life or do what become a diplomat and travel the world learn other languages, you know, you know, being a contact with other cultures and you know, do something big that. So I was always connecting things with what really matters for me in my life and what really would make me sneeze and what make you enjoy my life and you know, right? Have a passionate life. So when I was related to the tide and again when I say that, you know, I'm reaching mm, highest spiritual status means that you know you're just connecting to Universe the universe around me write any new messages and lie silently. Oh yeah. If you you know wage next to the nature and universe and that that Universe started sending you messages that you are on the right path. Yeah moving. Yeah and that's amazing. You know, I receive too many science wage. We're telling me that I was on the right path when I was changing, you know from a pharmacist to a diplomat and really you can feel it when you're in flow you can see exactly, exactly really can feel. And you know, when you're not in flow, in your in friction exact very obvious, a lot of people are are stuck in careers that are just not the right flow for them. They're not supposed to be doing that and they have this just feeling of unworthiness like, this is all I'm able to do. And they're so Locked In by fear, is is terrible. It's just the way, life is so precious and we we have such an opportunity here to do anything. We really want. I mean, your example in pharmacist, you know, Diplomat now wage banker and now and now you're working, you know, you're not there and so so then you went from Diplomat to investment banker. How did that transition wage? I I gained a science, make make a difference, you know? And and because you do everything passionately, you know, you do, right? I never thought of that, I wanted to come back to New York again back to the U. And again, and this time I wanted to spend, you know, more years there, right?.

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Styrian Grand Prix Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Styrian Grand Prix Qualifying Report

"Qualifying stereo is done on. Match happened has taken pole position at red booze home race. Stop mustafa alongside luis. How much on the front as voucher brought asked who qualified second. We'll take a free place grid penalty for his pit lane spin yesterday got through to three on medium ties with which they start sunday's race at the end of q. Three the san set to lapse that. We're good enough for power. Ever since one point three eight four one from his fast run that clinched it landing fourth ahead of sergio perez with the jira each to be boosted one spot on the grid buck because of protesters penalty. Meanwhile gasoline with his team. At uky snowed at setting the eight fosters time however he will start the race. Eleven after receiving a penalty for impeding batas. Alpine's fernando alonzo took nine ahead of estimates and drive at launch stroke. He made it into q three despite having his final dropping youtube deleted for attract limits infringement by running wide at the final corner the end of you to george russell ended up eleven and just eight milliseconds from of q. Three appearance full williams after a lunch late improvement knocked the britain out call signs junior lost his best time in q two running to wipe out with the panova corner but he would have been behind russell in any case. One of the disappointments for the session was that of daniel carter who was only thirteen in the second mccower and was estimate alcon. He failed to make out of key one amazon seventeenth to as always. I am joined by alex. Kalinowka orcas sports x. one. Alex how are you doing very well. Thanks yes Yeah an interesting qualifying session for the syrian grand prix in keeping rabou. A hates on home turf but i didn't. I'm not sure if i really expected that. Fb three where lewis hamilton. Suddenly back head and you ever stop and go traffic. And you know it was a bit disruptive but you think things are going to be really close again. And then and i max max Breeding away and hamilton left out that his car just wasn't feeding his good. Use a bit surprised nina. Why but yeah just said. Fb three you saw a neat. Thank you three. And he just knew he wasn't up to it so yeah sets up a pretty good race tomorrow because i think the trend has been the reps fostering qualifying On the mercedes fractionally foster in the

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"mustafa" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"mustafa" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"Thanks for having me so from you pretty recently. Wrote a really really great deaf piece called what i learned from failing technical interviews and i think the idea of technical interviews is just really scary for those of us who are new to coating. So i'm really excited to dig into all of this before we do that. Please tell me about your coating journey. How'd you get into this so my first programming experience started in twelfth grade where my school offered. Ap's pure science. I was fortunate enough to actually attend a school that offered a computer science courses or any. Ap courses at all a lot of high schools back then didn't offer these courses so the class structure was a little strange. Ninety percent of your raid was attendance so naturally students just didn't care your showed up and played on the computer so there was a handful of students including myself that focused on passing the exam and i was so infatuated with computer science that i declared it as my major when i accepted my university offer and basically the exam was coming slowly and i spent all my lunches studying and i even spent my time after school to study. Ask questions to my teacher. And i take the exam and i had to wait like a month to get my grade back so degrade structure was one being the lowest five being highest if you pass and i get my grade and i saw a big fat one on his else so i was devastated and i was just thinking like how am i going to major in. This didn't know what to

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What Failing Technical Interviews Can Teach You With Farhana Mustafa

CodeNewbie

01:53 min | 3 months ago

What Failing Technical Interviews Can Teach You With Farhana Mustafa

"Thanks for having me so from you pretty recently. Wrote a really really great deaf piece called what i learned from failing technical interviews and i think the idea of technical interviews is just really scary for those of us who are new to coating. So i'm really excited to dig into all of this before we do that. Please tell me about your coating journey. How'd you get into this so my first programming experience started in twelfth grade where my school offered. Ap's pure science. I was fortunate enough to actually attend a school that offered a computer science courses or any. Ap courses at all a lot of high schools back then didn't offer these courses so the class structure was a little strange. Ninety percent of your raid was attendance so naturally students just didn't care your showed up and played on the computer so there was a handful of students including myself that focused on passing the exam and i was so infatuated with computer science that i declared it as my major when i accepted my university offer and basically the exam was coming slowly and i spent all my lunches studying and i even spent my time after school to study. Ask questions to my teacher. And i take the exam and i had to wait like a month to get my grade back so degrade structure was one being the lowest five being highest if you pass and i get my grade and i saw a big fat one on his else so i was devastated and i was just thinking like how am i going to major in. This didn't know what to

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"mustafa" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"mustafa" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Christians mingling in your society and even operating fully citizens and minorities and still be a muslim today. A still be country led by muslim with the muslim majority. Is that possible today as possible. Then there they're already examples of that. I mean i published a report with the cato institute. A few months ago cycle feed them in the muslim world. And i show that for example muslim-majority countries like. Here's the galena. And dania are quite fee there as free as other european nations and these are muslim majority societies but of course they're not muslim majority societies that are also governed by islamic law. The sharia so they have secular governance. There are other countries like that asia is actually doing pretty well from a freedom perspective and even in the arab world. Tunisia has made some important progress in the past ten years. So there are some bright spots in this lemming civilization but to come to back to. Your question are lot of hardcore conservatives who believe that religion should define governance. Religion should be fine law and everything and through that idea. Of course they are empowering themselves. The psalmist movement generally say mustafa hold right there. The book is reopening muslim..

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Interview With Ibrahim Moustafa, Author Of 'Count'

Best Comics Ever

04:43 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Ibrahim Moustafa, Author Of 'Count'

"Today i am joined by ibrahim mustafa the writer and artist of graphic novel. Count which is coming out from humanoids as you're listening to this. I'm gonna try to release it. The episode right about the time that the graphic novel is officially available in stores Ever thanks so much for joining today. I really appreciate you taking the time or we're going to count as well as some of your other works before we You know in here. I wanted to talk to you about Like how how did the inspiration for this particular graphic novel. It's an interesting. I found an interesting adaptation. Because it's it's very much your own work. It's very much yours. Despite having you know it's not it's not a literal county monte cristo adaptation right like it's you doing your take your riff on that on the themes of that in the ideas in that story What was the inspiration for that. And did you want to reference that source material. Yeah well i i you know. It's i appreciate you making that distinction. Because i think it does kind of get lost in the translation of the the pr materials thus far like an adaptation so people might think well. This doesn't have anything to do with the so i. This guy's name is totally different right. Inspired by may have been like the better tagline. In retrospect but yeah. I just i'm a big fan of revenge stories. And kinda christo is kind of the granddaddy of them. All and i was just kind of in a head space. I guess thinking about different stories. I enjoy think john waco just come out. And i've loved watching that and and and then i just thought well you know. Wouldn't it be cool if this story. Which is you know in the public domain and everyone is aware of it on some level. I think culturally. What if this took place in a different setting and had action and the original novel is very soap operatic. There's not a lot of. I mean there's really i think there's a sword drawn in the whole book and it's a twelve hundred page book right so i'll just wild. Yeah you definitely expect to be more. Yeah and the two thousand two film adaptation of it with jim caviezel and guy pearce definitely added a couple of sword fights a little bit more accurate to it and action is a big thing that i enjoy in media and so i thought i would try to play to my what i feel are my strengthen and really inject some of that into the story so from there i just sat out to to start crafting a pitch document i did in between worked for higher stuff's i would kinda take some time in the evening or a weekend on the rare occasions that actually got those and Would start chipping away character designs and just kind of building it in my head and then once i was able to pitch it to humanoids and they said okay. We like this. We wanna see more before we give it a yes or no That gave me an opportunity to really. Just start kinda down. On the details of it. In really kind of hone it into what it became. Cool cool no. that makes a lot of sense You you've mentioned in. I've listened to some other years including the one you did on the humorless podcast with marc weighed in the team. There you mentioned Wishbone like the terror as a as a touch base. So those was because that's definitely was my introduction to a lot of classic literature as well. I think kind of my christos funny in that regard in that. I like you said i think everyone has familiarity with it. But the percentage of people that maybe have actually read the alexandre dumas is probably pretty low. I know in my case definitely was like it was one that i actually impact for this interview. I was like like check out the audiobook. Like listen to it on a few runs. I've never even though. I feel like another story. I've never actually experienced it. Which would geographic than i didn't have. I didn't have the burden or those expectations of you know somebody who's like. Oh it. does this do the original justice. which is freeing i think. Potentially you know it's it's interesting because there are a lot of adaptations that we don't even realize adaptations of it right Old boy is kinda count of monte cristo. Style at guys put in a prison. Eventually escapes takes event right right. It's it's been done in various mediums. I think in ways that really transform it And i and i was actually thinking about it. It would be interesting to see what would have happened if we didn't say anything about the kind of monte cristo You know and just kind of put it out there to see people. But i felt like because i was paying a mosh to a lot of it and i was really taking the broad strokes of the original. It would have been like this kind of microsoft like so. It was necessary to kind of put that out there. That's what it was

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New economic plan seeks input, investment from Washington DC's Ward 8 residents in the future of their neighborhoods

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

New economic plan seeks input, investment from Washington DC's Ward 8 residents in the future of their neighborhoods

"Are being asked to sign on to help chart the future of their community. The Ward eight Community Economic development planning process has launched with the goal of getting residents to come together and help create a comprehensive economic development plan for the area. The solutions are in the community come up with the solutions that we need to have. Organization facilitator, Mustafa Abdel Salam says He believes these kind of local models are vital to really show there is capacity at the community level to do this that we don't need to wait for people outside the community. Says to create. The plan will include mapping the area social, cultural and economic assets and taking note of the challenges, then set goals and build a master plan to reach those goals. Right now they're looking for members of Ward eight to get involved in the process. Michelle Morello w T

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"mustafa" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"mustafa" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"On university at albany week space holds vast wealth of exploration opportunities. Dr lynn pascarella president association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute mustafa aksoy assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering dobson to addressing challenges to aid space explorers the age of discovery a period of time in which explorer circumnavigated the globe expanded trade routes and establish colonies on distant lands forever reshape the world today in the midst of any age of discovery as science and technology provide increasingly sophisticated tools for humans to explore the solar system and the space beyond we are currently studying remote sensing instruments which have the ability to rapidly expand. Our knowledge of the worlds beyond our own. These systems are capable of traveling long distances on board space vehicles and measuring critical geophysical permit over large rangers toss formed the backbone of space exploration specifically coupes ads. Small local satellites which can be manufactured in launched a mass offer enormous potential for earth and space rations. Constellations of coupes has have significant advantages over single large expensive monolithic traditional remote sensing systems such as real time measurements with broad coverage resiliency of a distributed observation system and graceful degradation with locals replenishment on the other hand due to their small size. Cubesats are extremely susceptible to nba conditions therefore to obtain stable and accurate calibration of individuals sensors in a at constellation as well as precise calibration of the entire constellation to ensure uniform consistent and continuous measurements are some of the main problems in utilizing these instruments to address these challenges. Our team is developing a novel. Approach to calibrate. Coupes had constellations as single systems in their entirety using novel machine learning algorithms. This research could potentially advance. Nasa's next era of exploration the artemis program which is charged with advancing technologies developing new systems and testing capabilities. That will be critical for crewed missions. Tomorrow.

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"mustafa" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:04 min | 9 months ago

"mustafa" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

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"mustafa" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

Liberaleren Podcast

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

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The 2020 Election, a Discussion with Democratic Strategist Mustafa Tameez

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

05:31 min | 1 year ago

The 2020 Election, a Discussion with Democratic Strategist Mustafa Tameez

"Hey everyone. This is diffuse congruence the American Muslim experience episode one, hundred, four I'm sorry and as always I'm joined by my co host Hey. Welcome back listeners I know we've been Nakanishi episodes out without much lapse, which is great on. But we wanted to have a very special show. I know we've talked a lot in the past about the election we've talked about Covid, but this is sort of the the the sort of ruminations of men Omer, who by no means experts, but this time. We are joined by a very special guest who is an expert in this field and so he is a political consultant and so omer. Why don't you tell us who we have on the show and we're super excited to welcome our guest to shout absolutely and we are T. minus twelve days from the election and honored to have most of the knees on the show. Is Outreach strategic founder and president you began his career New York using corporate clients. But after moving to Texas, he shifted to advising successful campaigns for state legislators, mayors, members of Congress in public institutions. The is a national opinion leader with over six hundred appearances on CNN and Fox News Msnbc and CBS. News. The Atlantic names as a top democratic consultant in Texas and Texas monthly person as one of the top Democrats to watch most of is the chairman of the Transportation Advocacy Group board a director of the Texas Lithium a member of the Unity National Bank board among other civic and business affiliations. He's also provide extensive consulting for the Department of Homeland Security End must've wasn't the show you'll have to educate me on the pronunciation of lithium. Texas likes you. Okay. Got It. So, welcome A. Twelve days away from the election. There's a there's a debate tonight you must be very busy. Yeah it's you know almost fifty million Americans have already voted. and as you approach selection day, you know by the time we reach election almost seventy five percent of voters have already bought it. So it election is a season more than his day and this this particular election cycle people are really taking advantage of it across the country we've seen record turnouts and so yes, all of us are are enthralled with it in our busy with an it's an exciting time. To be a voter and as a Democrat is in. I. That's the that's that's the understanding I have of your background in your take. Early voting is a good thing. Correct. Voting a whole is a good thing. I mean, I think fat I, mean Tetris. We became a majority minority state in two thousand, four, sixteen years ago But the the the representation whether it's in Congress with the State House or. At a state level is that reflective of the state's population and that's because Texas not a republican state or democratic state for years Texas has been a nonvoting sick. And as voter participation goes up. In the cycle, you're gonNA start seeing the faces and the backgrounds of those that we lack mirror more of the population of Texas and as as we see that across the country. Yeah. One of the things that we. I know at least a couple of weeks ago was kind of a new story was the governor Abbot kind of restricting where people could I think drop off mail in ballots rate I think it was sort of like Harris County, had the same number as any smaller county in West Texas somewhere. So has that has that improved any he he has made that decision in because of it. It again, it's it's an attempt to create. Chaos is an attempt to make it harder for people to vote. Right. Now the just like while we're on. The Texas Supreme Court just ruled that we can have drive thru voting in Harris County. This was a a contention and and literally just as I was getting on the court just ruled which is really important that if you make voting easier for people if you give people multiple options to vote. UC's turnout go up in this what we've seen in Harris. County. Turnouts going up everywhere around the country including Texas. But especially in Harris County because we Harris County has become a democratic counties of the last election cycle and because of that the leadership that's there. Wants to be inclusive wants to hear the voices of people that live in this county. And made many things easier including having drive thru voting like if you can drive through and do a banking transaction if you can drive through and an order the the best fast food. which we have in Texas because we are. Right. We should be able to vote. And I think that that's important. You know the this cycle I wanNA thank cove nineteen. People were given a task for covert ninety blood tests while they were in their cars. So we can do all of that white. Canton.

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2 Men Found Guilty of Aiding 2013 Kenya Mall Attack

BBC Newshour

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

2 Men Found Guilty of Aiding 2013 Kenya Mall Attack

"Cause in Kenya has found two men guilty of helping Islamist militant stage an attack on the West Gate Shopping mall in Nairobi in 2013 67. People were killed. Ferdinando Monday reports from Nairobi. It's a case that lasted seven years and which the chief magistrate's took over four hours to read the judgment. In the end, Kenyan citizens Mohammed Ahmed Abdi and Hussein Hasan Mustafa found guilty of conspiracy to commit a terrorist act and giving support to a terrorist group. Among the evidence who are phone records, which show the hundreds of compositions between the suspects and more Attackers and testimonies from more than 42 witnesses, including survivors of the raid. Convict's face up to 20 years in jail and will be sentenced on the 22nd

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Pompeo Threatens to Close U.S. Embassy in Iraq Unless Militias Halt Attacks

BBC World Service

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Pompeo Threatens to Close U.S. Embassy in Iraq Unless Militias Halt Attacks

"Department is demanding immediate action against those responsible for a rocket attack that killed at least five Iraqi civilians on Monday in Baghdad. Police say the rocket was aimed at Baghdad airport. The attack followed a US threat to close its embassy unless the Iraqi government reined in Iran back militias responsible for recent attacks in the region. Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al Kadhimi warns that closing any diplomatic mission with threatened regional security.

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Lebanon's prime minister-designate steps down in blow to French plan

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Lebanon's prime minister-designate steps down in blow to French plan

"Lebanon's prime minister designate has stepped down after failing to form a new government. Mustafa a. Deeb. Had the support of much of parliament but not among Shia parties, including a mall in Hezbollah, which have strongholds in the government. The move deals a blow to French President Emmanuel Macron's call for needed change in the country and to bring Lebanon out of an economic crisis. He says a new government needed to be formed. Their crisis worsened by that August 4th explosion at a Beirut port. Lebanon needs financial help. France and other international powers say they won't provide it until reforms were made

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Musicians: Barbara Strozzi

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Musicians: Barbara Strozzi

"Barbara Stroke Z.. Was Born in Venice Italy in sixteen nineteen. Her mother was Isabella are Zony a servant in the household of the famous poet Giulio Stroke. while. Giulio became Barbara's adopted father. It's possible that he was also her biological father. Either Way Julia was a profound influence and source of support. Barbara's life. When Barbara was young she received an education in music composition. Truly used his connections with Venezia's artistic and cultural elite to provide his daughter with opportunities. In. Sixteen thirty seven Giulio created a music focused branch of an intellectual organization he attended. Barbara hosted the group performed some of her music at the gatherings there. She was also exposed to other academically minded musicians, some of whom dedicated volumes of music to her. Barbara I launched her composing career in sixteen, Forty four with a volume called first book of Madrigal's she dedicated the book to the Grand Duchess of Tuscany. She wrote so that under an oak of gold, it may rest secure against the lightning of slander prepared for it. In other words she was ready for some serious criticism perhaps particularly due to her gender. But the musical community ended up largely appreciating her work though she did face some accusations that she was a cortisone. Barbara's music was typically secular while many other male composers of the era focused on creating music for the church. Barbara was one of the most influential secular composers of the time and gained a rare amount of public recognition for a woman in her position. The men in the field generally wrote more music than she did but Barbara ensured that more of her music was published than there's. From Sixteen, Forty, four to sixteen sixty four Barbara published eight books of music. The one of them has since been lost. This high volume of work indicates the Barbara's music was well liked however, after her father Giulio passed away in sixteen, Fifty, two Barbara may have faced some financial troubles. She was Julius only air but didn't seem to receive any money after his death. Publishing. So much music may have been an attempt to find financial stability even after Giulio passed away Barbara's work was profoundly influenced by him. Mustafa of her compositions were based on texts perhaps a result of her father figures background in poetry. She used a technique called risky to Tibo llandough meaning she emphasized the words in her music with minimal musical accompaniment. Barbara's bold. Experimental style influenced music for generations to come and cemented her place as one of the few female Italian composers at the is still studied today. Not, much is known about Barbara's life after her final publication in sixteen, Sixty four though she occasionally liked to sing her own work and associated with famous opera composers of the era. She never performed an opera she also never married, but she did have four children who she raised as a single mother. Her two daughters joined a convent and one of her sons became a monk. Barbara Strokes he passed away on November Eleventh Sixteen, Seventy seven in Padua Italy.

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Istanbul's Hagia Sophia Reopens as a Mosque

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Istanbul's Hagia Sophia Reopens as a Mosque

"Ridge Ip IAB Erdogan attended the first Muslim prayers inside the iconic Aya Sofia in more than 80 years. Imperious Peter. Kenyan reports heir to one declared earlier this month at the former museum would reopen as a mosque overflow crabs filled the plaza outside the is Sofia. As the Muslim call to prayer rang out. Originally built in the sixth century is a Byzantine church was converted to a mosque after the Ottoman conquest in 14 53. Turkey's Western oriented leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk made it a museum in the 19 thirties. Erdogan's decree declaring the uh Sofia mosque once again. Provoked international protests, including from the pope. Turkey has promised to preserve the Christian icons inside the S Sofia and it will retain its name, which refers to the Christian ST Sophia Peter. Kenyan NPR NEWS, Istanbul Less than

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Sierra Club Denounces Founder John Muir For Racism

Environment: NPR

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Sierra Club Denounces Founder John Muir For Racism

"A historic icon of the American environmental. Movement is in the spotlight John Muir founded the Sierra Club in eighteen, ninety two in San Francisco. The group's current leaders says the ongoing civil rights protests, leading to the dismantling of confederate monuments is causing the Sierra Club to reexamine its own racist history NPR's Kirk. Siegler reports. The group is pledging to remove some of its own John Maher statues. John Muir has long been revered by environmentalists. The California naturalists Biblical love. Wild places led to a legacy of federal wilderness protections, including Yosemite National Park, but mirror was also well known for making derogatory comments about blacks and native people and the modern conservation movement has wrestled for years with these transgressions in a letter to the Sierra clubs members today, current Director Michael Brune said this moment. Moment is a time to reexamine. The clubs own substantial role in perpetuating white supremacy. Bruins says the group will reconsider the views of some of its founders that lead to the modern movement being so white today when it comes to John Muir, we're looking to advance the conversation about yours legacy to look at him in a more comprehensive and inclusive way. That acknowledges his limitations. Limitations and shortcomings, the Sierra Club says it's considering removing some monuments to its founders. Brune is also pledging that the group will reorganize to ensure that a majority of its leadership is comprised of people of Color, and he hopes to spend five million dollars on diversifying their staff and training. The announcement was welcomed by Mustafa Santiago Ali of the National Wildlife Federation. You know it's long overdue. Overdue we have to address the sins of the past. He's one of the few people of Color who's actually in a leadership position in a major environmental group that major sin of the past, many of those folks felt that those spaces those natural spaces, those sacred spaces where meant for white men Ali says the modern day environmental movements lack of diversity in its writ large. Of Communities of color has had major consequences, one example, industrial facilities are often put in underserved neighborhoods and pollution from them as drifting into national parks like those John Muir fought to establish. Kirk, siegler NPR

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Seattle - Bothell Police officer killed by bullet from partner's firearm

News, Traffic and Weather

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle - Bothell Police officer killed by bullet from partner's firearm

"Defectives now believe the fatal shot that killed a bottle Police officer this week came from his partner's gun during a shootout with a suspect. Aaron Snell is with the Snohomish County multiple agency response team. Terrible situation is now even more tragic in the fact that an officer unfortunately being across for situation Killed his partner and that's that's very tough, He says. Officer Jonathan Shoop was driving the patrol car when the suspect they were chasing opened fire on the driver's side. Officer Mustafa Come shore. Shot back from the passenger side and one of his bullets hit officer Shoop come sure was also hit but is expected to be okay. Snell says. The suspect, 37 year old Henry Eugene Washington, was charged with first degree murder, attempted murder and vehicular

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Greece condemns Turkey's decision to convert Hagia Sophia into mosque

NPR News Now

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Greece condemns Turkey's decision to convert Hagia Sophia into mosque

"The top leaders of Greece are slamming. Decision to turn the highest Sophia Museum into a Mosque Is considered the greatest example of Byzantine Christian architecture in the World Joanna. Kakissis reports from Athens on Greece's response to Turkey's move. I guess a Fiat. which the Greeks Call I guess of? Yeah was built fifteen hundred years ago as an Orthodox Christian Cathedral Greek Prime Minister Kitty Echoes. Mitsotakis said turning this museum back into a mosque would damage Turkey's relations with Greece in the Western world. The Ottomans converted I. Associate to a mosque and fourteen fifty three when they conquered the. The Byzantine city of Constantinople and changed its name to Istanbul Mustafa Kemal Ataturk who founded modern Turkey, a secular nation ordered idea Sofia's conversion to a museum eighty five years ago for NPR news I'm Joanna Kakissis in

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Police Data Reveals Stark Racial Discrepancies in Social Distancing Enforcement Across New York City

All of It

09:32 min | 1 year ago

Police Data Reveals Stark Racial Discrepancies in Social Distancing Enforcement Across New York City

"But this pandemic has highlighted New York struggles with longstanding issues that are among the worst we face and that's what we're going to discuss today early this month over one gloriously beautiful weekend new Yorkers of all walks of life poured outside filling the city's parks hang out on sidewalks saying hello to friends and neighbors and not always standing six feet apart the images that emerge from that weekend were striking on social media they were pictures of a lawn and one New York City park credit with people mainly white folks who are not socially distance and there was a video of violent arrest of an African American man who went to the hospital because of injuries sustained during an incident by Monday of last week there were new calls to release the data on arrests made for social distancing violations and on Friday the NYPD did release the numbers and they show that eighty one percent of all the arrests were of African American and Latin next voters and your car's public average money Williams was one of those who call for the arrest and summons data to be released he joins us now to talk about policing in New York during a corona virus outbreak Jumanji welcome to all of it thanks for having me appreciate so the dad of the NYPD released last week was for all the rest since the stay at home orders were issued in mid March how long had you and community leaders been asking for the data on social distancing arrest to be released what we reached out to the mailbox seven weeks ago a soul mate six saying that the focus on arrests and summonses we're going to re exacerbate historic problems and we actually gave it a completely different plans that could be executed of course we got a list of all three weeks ago we thought well this data because we started getting all information are about there are desperate district important added value I figure that'll be that Bob when they first initially ignored us and one finally got the gala it was astonishing to me ninety two percent of arrests black and brown sixty percent black in Brooklyn forty people arrested thirty five a black for black America thank you mention to some of the rest was was pretty appalling to complement a ministration we actually got elected because they said they were gonna do police in different what had you advocated for then that early proposal well even if you go back two months ago one of the main problems that yes city in the state with the governor and the mayor never had a clear message to begin are we start using words like quarantine lockdown but they never did make will never have the government issue you want to call it Paul he's going detente think about it we were construction sites open liquor stores males walking around all day long so we had a muddled message to begin to the extent that we start trying to unify the message we said let's have a holistic community response and so make every city agency involved fire department EMT NYPD sanitation try to get into a ball this call messaging on their vehicles let's have automated messaging will maybe locals are after five found let's get the emergency broadcast involved with the pick on every TV station let's get the cure violence which all groups that deal with violence communities will credible messengers let's get the clergy ball so we can be unified education all these communities but that was rejected and instead what we saw was policing and Chelsea pier people having amassed if anything being if we disturb them at all and then another few minutes people being punched in the face and fall to the ground it was very appalling to reach the same communities that have been ravaged distantly by cold over nineteen to begin again by some of the same people who will focus on what when it came to police you are a vocal critic of stop and frisk policing which also targeted black and Latino voters and it applies here is also opposed how concerned are you about the echoes of stop and frisk here I have been here to be concerned about echoes of over policing and district police what I dealt with the abuse Mustafa question Christopher van but you know even though we can get this abuse of course system and check it doesn't do anything about the over policing happens to black and brown communities so whether it will stop question first obviously broken windows how we didn't social distancing the problem is policing in black and brown communities what public health and public safety meeting black and brown communities what kind of building in the principle of transparency meet indiscriminate this administration has more for in some ways when it comes to transparency and accountability they've actually gone backwards even worse and when Giuliani Bloomberg in certain aspects I must disappoint my guess is public advocate Germany Williams you know there was such outcry on social media and everywhere actually after a video was posted of a violent arrest in the Lower East Side of a of a gentleman Mr Wright who was hospitalized reply zero and usually characterized videos of violent arrest as isolated incidents but he started talk about the need for more consistent enforcement what is consistent enforcement look like to you well first we should start with we don't need to open a conversation with the force and that was the problem the government almost among many things that you probably need to enforce this and that is sadly the mayor didn't take us up on our offer a few weeks ago he seems to be revisiting that and so that click here we also want to make sure we were not using the terminology or mark a mystery like actually is like yours you know the frequency is very small and it's not normal because one we have to stop complaining frequency in normal everyone will tell you that the vast majority of these characters and very well that's a good shake but that doesn't mean that the small amount that doesn't involve that doesn't mean that it's not normal for it to happen in black and brown communities so that is still mobile even if it's the least frequent so we have to be clear about that stop telling people they're not experiencing what they're experiencing and so we want to make sure that before committing it's not the main tool but to the extent you have to involve them like Pete it should be equitable you should be doing the same type of policing in every community so it seems that we know how to police we're just not doing it in every community my guess is public advocates Imani Williams you call for the department of justice to open an investigation into the impact of the corona virus on communities of color what's your end goal with this why did you call for the investigation but I also want to just start out looking for presents Eric Adams in the park if we reached out to thirty five elected officials across the country are all experiencing disparity impact and we said one of the J. to investigate there's nobody left to getting off now we do know who runs your cable we're hoping that the lifelong investigators were there will take you seriously and there's no workplace is not happening then probably New York state in New York City we have quite literally among the worst impact on planet earth and that is not just because of the federal government because of bill the bald eagle and more importantly it because of a governor you calm so what many people see more TV every single day what they don't know what the decisions you're making or not making have been extremely harmful to New York state and New York City and that's why we're seeing among the worst on planet earth and that's why the disparity is there because we do not Christina you can act open up and actually we just never adapted even as we got the information coming before that you have there's one small change you could make or enact tomorrow that you think would have a a big impact what would that be what we have to be honest about where we are the mistakes that we made and dedicated resource and funding to those communities immediately the virus doesn't discriminate but our responses and policies do and they have we just have to acknowledge that so when we look at the budget with the governors have cut Medicaid and trying to cut them to handle it out more and you look at the city budget when the mayor is trying to cut every single you job that exists in the summer while leaving NYPD homeless we know what happened so we must have a Phil Simmons that's a hundred percent but we have to use all the tools that we have so we need the government to look at every rate options will people own luxury yachts and planes left little who acted look at and he has secondly we have to get the resources for testing and contact tracing do begin mentally particularly is committed to working order while making sure that the information on the contact rate you've never used for third party never use for anyone besides people who are how to follow HIPAA laws and we can assure people that will be used for anything else psychotic and eventually

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Iraq Chooses New Prime Minister

Forum

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Iraq Chooses New Prime Minister

"Iraqi lawmakers have chosen a new prime minister who fills a post that had been vacant for six months intelligence chief and former journalist Mustafa al convening becomes the new prime minister he replaces Adel Abdul Mahdi who resigned following massive anti government protests voting on the oil and foreign ministers was delayed as the parties squabbled over

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"mustafa" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"Dc with the trump administration or whatever administration. It might be nuts in the White House and we're forgetting about all of this incredible Advocacy and growth. That is now happening on the state level and in cities where the president decided to remove himself or move our country from the Paris climate accord. There were all kinds of governors and mayors In both you know red and blue places. Who said wait a minute? This doesn't make sense. We've got to do something you see. Foundation Juicy Business and Industry folks you see young people And frontline communities all coming together to make change happen and all that comes from this set of advocacy this stat of education and learning. You know from fifty years ago with Earth Day and the Environmental Justice Movement and a number of other movement. So I'm even though we're in so very challenging times. I am a hopeful and optimistic that we are right at the precipice of change And I think we're gonNA see some amazing things out a silver lining if you will of creating a new generation of awareness and activism when it comes to to to environmental justice and obviously climate change in particular being the most urgent issue. It seems right now from your eyes what does progress on climate change. Look like both this year as you look at the end of the trump administration's first term and then looking into the future to the end of the decade or even two hundred fifty. How how do you get there on addressing climate change in these this political uncertainty and with the state? Sure well I think. In relationship to year it is a matter of educating folks on the power of their vote. You know we. Are you know just not that? Far Away from when everybody the opportunity to engage in our civic process So we need to make sure that people understand you know that their vote can actually translate into change it can translate into getting people Who you don't have to convince about you. Know the immediacy of the climate emergency It also helps folks understand that we can create a whole new set of economic opportunities in that space. I think that we also in this moment Continue to support young leaders And all the incredible energy and innovation that they have going on And letting them know how valued they are along with our frontline communities providing this or in that space and keeping the You know communication open with brothers and sisters across the planet which is so import Because unfortunately you know. Our current administration is kind of a closed. The doors zoo significant conversations with others all of that moving into November Getting the right sort of results there and then very very rapidly Getting in place a number of steps that are going to be critical as the IDC report. National Assessment report is share with us. You know we'll be in that nine year timeframe there so we'll have have to do a whole bunch of things very quickly To be able to address some very very Significant challenges that we're going to be faced. I'd imagine that if we're not in this era of social distancing right now we would be seeing rallies and protests around the world for the Fiftieth Birthday. Obviously that's not going to happen next week from your perspective as someone with very deep connections in organizing and communities and promoting change How has all of that changed in this new virtual world that we're in right now and I do think some of these changes are are gonNA stick in the way people organize even not being able to see each other face to face? I think it is you know again. It's an exciting time challenges. Bring out the best. Hopefully an in most votes and there were huge huge you know million plus people rallies that were planned and now folks have taken that online There are literally you all across our country and across the planet. A number of virtual events that are plant is exciting. I can't wait until Earth Day because there are so many artists and entertainers Who are going to be apart of helping to bring people together to motivate folks to get people you know connected You know in a number of different ways Young leaders and others. You know we've got the Earth Day network and others who just got all of these different opportunities to learn and engage. People are getting registered to vote online. Where we're where you can It's amazing saying how quickly people were able to sort a schist or pivot And get these pieces in place and I that you will see that. This is also building bridges between Jew bureaucracies organizations who may be had traditionally been as connected And you're going see you know these new online flat arms As ways you know just bring the country and bring others a more closely together in a time. We can't physically touch each other. We are touching each August Platforms in real. Change is not come out of that. That brings me to my last question. Which is your your work with the hip hop caucus. What is it about? Music and hip hop in particular makes it such a a critical or useful platform for speaking truth to power while you know many of these artists and entertainers you know they come. From what folks are talking about. You know it's not a theoretical sort of set of conversations or creations And music you know. Music has always been a big part of my life. But you know it is a connector. It is a bridge builder And you know hip hop is the number one musical genre. The world So you know all the various forms that are out there whether it's country music or Bluegrass or hip hop or raft Or classical Or you know some of the other forms that folks down you know. It's an opportunity To actually connect you know we have way too many walls that people bill between each other between communities between racists And it's an opportunity to break those down And instead of having walls you know to have so you know. I was so blessed to be at the Office for two years and very thankful for that experience because I got a chance to see and hear artist. You know who really got it. You know we work with the taboo from the black. Iv's and he and the magnificent seven to stand up for standing rock which won an MTV music awards for which really put a spotlight on what was going on there and standing rock but also you know y water quality is so important and how there's a cultural aspect to it and a number of others. You know Andy Smith. You know redoing the Beatles Song and just Gene everyone with under comes really pointing folks forward and looking at the positive audibility is really just a reach away so You know music. The Arts is a big part of this new paradigm of how we make change happen. There are times right now when all of us feel despair bleak somewhat alone because of all of this Who Do you put on? Who Do you listen to when you need to feel inspired? Wow there's so many folks on this direct a chance to rapper. I love chance the rapper because he uses his activism in in a very you know powerful way of you know getting resources to folks getting people engaged comment. I love comment He he just made everything he's the best he's the Best Cardi B. I love parts in the political process. And you know reaching a whole different set of folks in many others would be able to There's a laundry list of folks that I listened to and of course I would be remiss if I didn't give a shoutout to Chuck D People. Tease me all the time. 'cause public enemy was one of the first groups ivory started the follow back in the day. And to the you know so this particular moment you know chuck and arrest them are still killing it. Still Educating people and still letting people know that you know you have to fight out except for Flavor. Flav but will leave what they're all right. Mustafa Santiago Mustafa Santiago Ali. It has been a pleasure. Thank you so much for taking the time today. Thank you thank you. Y'All say less than and remember the we can help folks move from surviving to thriving and that's it for another episode of Go West Young podcast. I've got to say as bleak as these times. Are I really needed? A shot of optimism like that. Thanks so much again stuff. Santiago Ali as well as Patrick Dueling from the Western Slope Conservation Center. I do appreciate all of.

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"mustafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"mustafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Help you need I I think what Mustafa said and thank you for your concern most often for everyone else to I heard your words are very powerful but I also think Brian it is in your story and it says that you there's a bigger point here I'm feeling as I listened which is his most often who obviously is a is a very hard sell a decent human being and an intelligent person who you know whatever is happening in his life whatever whatever way he ended up being on the street we have to help him back from the street permanently and this is something that we were working on before this crisis announced a division called the journey home to and permanent street homelessness is no reason anybody who's been on the street for a long time like him should be when we now have safe havens and permanent affordable housing we can get people to but it takes intensive effort to reach people and convince them that it will be safe for them and it will work for them but but what are the comments that someone like this who is so composed so clear in what he's saying somehow something is life led him to the street it should not be that way and the one thing I can say in this crisis is we have a place for everyone I guarantee you we have a place for everyone than ever we have state don't go on out of a way to make sure there's more capacity for anyone who needs a roof over their head no one will be turned away and we need to and then going forward out of this crisis I want to stay and that long term that Herman street homelessness has been a horrible feature for decades in the city as we think about the future as we think about rebuilding and recovery we need to disrupt the patterns of disparity that have dominated the city for generations and it begins with not allowing the street homelessness that somehow became a norm over decades it should not be a norm going forward the staff hang on we will take your contact information off the area or in you know with whatever it takes put you in touch with the mayor's office so you can take that invitation to get personal help and run over time Mr Bryant about most often when your people talk to him tell him to say exactly where he is our people be calling you right after this art and we want to send outreach workers to him right where he is right now and we all over time the one policy follow up to that is I know that advocates for the homeless have been calling on you to open thirty thousand of the one hundred thousand vacant hotel rooms estimated hundred thousand to prevent the spread of code nineteen among both homeless new Yorkers and shelter staff can the city make those thirty thousand hotel rooms available to them the local New York yeah the there's clearly first of all the first row they want to clear what are we doing with hotel rooms we are creating hospitals for the potential that we're going to have a real master Sir still in this disease we are making sure that a hospital workers and first responders have a place to be if they need to be away from the families but that is to say that you know we have some immediate needs we must take care of to protect the city and protect all the people of the city but we also have to make sure of course that we ensure that any time there has to be a user who tells to keep people safe door in shelter will do that we have in shelter now a lot of specific procedures in place to protect people we should be careful that in moving large numbers of people around there are their own challenges and we have to be really smart about that and I think the commissioner C. banks who's been a champion for the homeless for literally thirty years or more he is the person managing this and making sure that where we need to use additional hotel space we will but there are other cases where that would not be the best thing in terms of keeping people safe and we need to be really balance in that approach to where we need beds while using my trusty banks and the people at home services to figure out when they need them when we can keep people safer they are we don't want to artificially move large numbers of people around because again that creates its own dangers in a time of social distancing and shelter in place thank you Mr mayor I hope you and your family find your ways to enjoy Easter and talk to you next week and the same to you Brian trained all new Yorkers a happy Easter let's find a way even though it's not a happy time let's find a way to celebrate each other people of all faiths in this holiday season and support each other thank you again Brian Lehrer on WNYC coming up next a doctor and an economist compare notes on how testing can get us out of this stay with us on.

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WHO head defends handling of coronavirus pandemic against Trump criticism

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

WHO head defends handling of coronavirus pandemic against Trump criticism

"The head of the World Health Organization is brushing aside criticism of the WHO's handling of the corona virus pandemic and P. R.'s ator Peralta says some leaders in Africa are also defending the organization without naming Dr Tetris at Hahnemann president trump took aim at the W. H. O. for what he says are its close ties to China trump even threatened to cut American funding the president of the African Union Mustafa he responded by saying Dr Ted rose had the continental body's full support and Rwandan president Paul Kagame said the focus should be on fighting the pandemic Dr Ted rose for his part revealed he had been receiving death threats and racist slurs but he said quote I don't give a damn I don't care because I'm a very proud black person or legal Dr tenders who is Ethiopian is the first African to lead the World Health

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"mustafa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"mustafa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Michael Mustafa will the pressures be any different this is a publicly held corporation and your job as CEO is to maximize return of equity for your shareholders that will be the goal and the pressure no matter who is the CEO of Disney that person must green might projects that will make money and if the American people want big broad comedies the American people want to chase scenes if the American people want thrillers then that CEO will give it to the American people otherwise that CEO will lose his or her job we come back I continue my argument that business is business the only times review of this debate said this quote once again elder drew the line in the sand that makes him a lightning rod for antagonism as innocuous as that prescription may sound to whites blacks needed comfort on hard work and education rather than racism as innocuous as that prescription may sound to whites it aggravates many blacks who feel that despite hard work and preparation they have been unable to overcome the historical and lingering barriers for of racism Larry elder may have grown up in south central his black critics say in his rhetoric fixed fits comfortably around many black kitchen tables but he will not sit down for a meal to many he has the heart of an outsider end of quote there is a book by Steven and Abigail fernstrom they are not black they talk about America in black and white you look at the growth of the middle class before and after race based preferences before and after affirmative action became popular in colleges and corporations you know what they find but the growth of the black middle class preceded these policies and if there's evidence to suggest that these policies have in fact hurt the black community how and why well before large corporations were setting up diversity consultant in outreach projects for workers eight tell the black worker was far more likely to work at a small corporation at a smaller corporation turns out that many people where many different hats and if you're with a small corporation you might very well end up getting skills that are better and faster than you otherwise would have gotten hit you work at a large corporation so it does not appear that rearranging the furniture like this taking somebody from a small corporation in putting him or her in a larger fortune five hundred corporation created another spot for the person that left the smaller corporation all you did was take took somebody and put this person in a different environment environment that probably is less conducive to that person success than the smaller environment with the corporation were here she had more responsibility that that they occupied before they were artificially kind of airlifted into this race based preference position secondly we've talked about this many times it turns out that when you lower the standards for admission in colleges and universities when you allow blacks and Browns for example to get in with much lower test scores and grades than their white counterparts you are increasing the chances of the black and brown students flunking out in when they flunk out they often then don't end up controlling a less competitive school they're just peeled and they quit altogether costing the economy the lost tax revenues that this person would have gotten and the person that was settled with debt and is very angry at the world and believe as my opponent did in this debate the conspiracies of racism held him back as opposed to he would simply not prepared enough maybe the issue is how bad the quality school is K. through twelve let's talk about that more on this debate when I come back I continue talking about how racism is bad for business in travel we've got the answer this report is sponsored.

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"mustafa" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"It is the linebacker to be and he's a physical physical kid. And then in the past game what he knows what the route is that he's run. He runs it extremely fast, and he goes and gets football. So. Oh, really excited about that receivers. You know, he's still in my room. We just kind of play him in that receiver position. But he's he's a title by nature. He's but he's just plays those positions when needed of strays Mustafa have to make in order to get to that level. Yeah. Both those kids are they're really coming on specially Mustafa. He had a really good couple of practices in a row here really showing up really kind of what you saw high school film was really showing them. He's getting comfortable. He was a little sick in the beginning. He really pushed boarding better. But both those kids are gonna be outstanding players. They just have to continue. Learn learn the system and both done their job in the weight room. Think stop is to fifty to fifty five about two thirty five to forty so and both of them in run. So they just keep pushing themselves to get really good going more spread recruited all are you still looking for the same kind of personnel. Still looking for saying guy of always wanted athletic guy that can run just be willing to block, you know, regardless of being a spread of pro at all comes down to run the football. You can't run the ball. You're not gonna win. So you gotta have a guy that's going to be able to throw face fan. And you just we just make sure that. That guy can run a little bit too. You mentioned a few defensive players, and that's kind of jumped out at you just as you've been watching things. Yeah. As usual Khalid because we always have to deal with Khaliq. He's always arising us holding grabbing us as we say, but he's such a physical physical fast player. Michael Barrett, really do things obviously, you know, Brad, Josh. And those guys always are really good player for us. But for for us in our own. We always have to deal with colleague. We always have to deal with glass glass. Those guys that really jump out does the competition or heat up. Given us to so many multi maybe not as much. Yeah. I mean, it it. It's different competition every day because they're always trying to push each other. We're gonna try to figure out who the best four or five guys. Are we need and keep rolling? But I think that the room is is really been both as I think especially with this young I coming. He's a really good job, which is keeping everybody on their toes and know that they can't rest because there's a chance to someone like patchy by just.

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"mustafa" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mustafa" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. I felt like sounds really weird to say, but generally fell out of love with wrestling for for awhile while I was doing it. I was like man, lemme go do this. You know, like a Conversely I have love for it because I'm still doing it. And I'm not. And it's not like I'm making a living off of that. You know, I still have a fulltime job as you know. I'm I'm still going to school and stuff like that. But this is obviously a dream of mine, I'm still chasing it. But like, I I hated doing that character hated it. And the turning point for me was I was an oak forest, Illinois. And I remember at some point of the match the match spilled outside and there's a young kid. He must've been like six seventy something like that. And as I'm walking into the guardrail. He jumps out of his chair, and he puts both of his fist up like he wants to fight. But not in like a like he was playing like out of like fear anger, and I remember looking dead into his eyes. He's blonde hair blue I kid, and I was like holy crap. I just taught this to hate me to hate people that look like me, and it wasn't like, oh, no, brother. You're getting good. He'd know. This kid was like you Muslim scum piece. You know, like I saw in his face. And I was like what am I doing? And like, I know this is a small indie show. I know no one's going to see this. But like that kid he's gonna go to high school with another kid that looks like me, you know, what I mean like an I was that kid in high school that had to sit there while everyone stood up and says, we should go overseas and kill them. All like, I'm pushing that agenda on this young mind. And yeah, like, you know, that might be a stretch. But like I felt it, you know, and I was like I'm not doing this crap anymore man on. I'm done with it. And that was the last time. I did it is a I'm just gonna go by Mustafa. I'm not saying anything negative about America. Because I don't have a I'm from America American. Yeah. I'm gonna yeah. I'm gonna make the crowd to heal. And they go how you're going to do that. I was like by not being a heel. I was like I'm just gonna come on. And they're gonna boom me an appoint that out to them and said, you guys are literally booing me because of my name in how I look you're the he'll not me, you know. So I ran with that for a while. But yeah, it was always like is this interesting. How wrestling kind of reflect society, you know, what I mean? Like, it was it was like I lived in that that timeframe were like, you know, like MO Slim's our era ABS or Middle East, and like they were the bad guy. Like, no matter what. But the thing is is huge difference between people from Pakistan, and Al Qaeda. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I would say there's a few differences you..

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