35 Burst results for "One Year Later"

 Now 41, man who killed 4-year-old at age 13 granted parole

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Now 41, man who killed 4-year-old at age 13 granted parole

"A forty one year old man who was thirteen when he killed his four year old neighbor with a rock in western New York has been granted parole Eric Smith had made ten appearances before the parole board and was always turned down this last time his eleventh was earlier in the month and the department of corrections says he was granted release getting out as early as November seventeenth Smith was convicted of murder for Loring Derrick Robie into the woods and striking the four year old head with a rock in nineteen ninety three Robie's parents always opposed his killer's release but would not comment to the media on the latest decision the case garnered national attention because of the ages of the boys there was also a widely seen photo of a red headed Smith in court wearing a Bugs Bunny sweatshirt Julie

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British lawmaker stabbed while holding meetings with constituents

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

British lawmaker stabbed while holding meetings with constituents

"Reports have emerged that the British lawmaker has been stabbed during a meeting with his constituents wishes police confirmed that a man has been arrested off to the stopping any sin England's Sky News reported that conservative lawmaker David Amos Wilson will make cuts heights at Belfast Methodist church in Leigh on sea the seaside town east of London amis's London office confirmed the police and ambulance had been called but had no other details Amos has been a member of parliament Philly on C. since nineteen ninety seven but has been only because since nineteen eighty three two other British lawmakers have been attacked in the past twenty one years during their regular meetings nine the surgeries when local members of that area can present concerns and complaints Karen

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Americans quit their jobs at a record pace in August

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 d ago

Americans quit their jobs at a record pace in August

"A labor department report is starkly illustrating one reason employers are having trouble filling jobs the report says Americans quit their jobs in August at a record pace four point three million the highest on record dating back twenty one years when workers do Kuwait it's typically seen as a good sign for the job market since people usually leave when they either have a new job or are confident they can find one and while August is increase likely reflects the fact that many workers do think they can get better pay from employers desperate to fill jobs the report also strongly suggest the delta very and wreak havoc on the market job quits jumped in public facing jobs like restaurants retail and education Sager make ani Washington

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There's Something Suspicious About Monoclonal Antibody Treatment for 'High Risk' Patients

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 6 d ago

There's Something Suspicious About Monoclonal Antibody Treatment for 'High Risk' Patients

"I'm sixty one years old slightly a little bit overweight. I got ten or twenty more pounds. I'd like to lose. I don't know what kind of risk that am. I high risk. If i die of covert i guess i would have been a high risk. How many people have we heard didn't have any commodities and died of covert not everybody who dies with coverted has a bunch of pre existing conditions. Right listen to what this reporter jennifer that care. Tv in minneapolis. Saint paul says at the beginning of her report treatment only works if you get covert and you're also at high risk for severe disease. Now listen the treatment only works if you're at high risk that doesn't even make any sense. That's not even logical. It only works if you have and if you're at high risk really that's what it works so if you're low risk it doesn't work you see what they're doing. And i'm not a conspiracy theorist but do you see why the media is a trusted. Think about that. It only works these these antibody treatments. If you're at high risk and if you've got kelvin well guess what asari on like the guy on the titanic knocking over the ladies and little kids to get on the lifeboat. If i get cove in. I want the monoclonal antibody treatments okay. You gotta do now. Why don't i get that opportunity. Oh only if you're high risk will at work you see it only work. It won't work for sixty one year old. You know chubby white guys. It only works if you're like got emphysema and all kinds of other terrible health conditions.

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Oil pipeline damage may have happened months before the massive oil spill

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Oil pipeline damage may have happened months before the massive oil spill

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Coast Guard says an anchor strike on the leaking pipeline off southern California's coast may have occurred months before the oil spill authorities investigating the oil pipeline break off southern California said Friday the original damage may have occurred much earlier than first thought we're fairly certain that there was one at least initiating incident that occurred several months to a year ago captain Jason Neubauer heads the U. S. Coast Guard office of investigations and analysis we are now sifting through one year worth of automatic identification system data radar images the leak was confirmed last weekend on Saturday morning the size of the spill remains unknown but the Coast Guard estimates that from twenty five thousand gallons to one hundred thirty two thousand gallons leaked off Huntington beach hi

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Joe 'Brandon' Biden's Approval Rating Collapses to a Magical 38%

The Dan Bongino Show

00:47 sec | Last week

Joe 'Brandon' Biden's Approval Rating Collapses to a Magical 38%

"Yeah so those let's go Brandon chants are really catching on is the Joe Biden's Joe Brandon Biden's approval rating collapses to a magical 38% I didn't even think that was possible in the first year of a presidency Usually you get some kind of a grace period you know Not Brandon Brandon Biden is inflation crisis is open border policy It's overall destruction of the American economy is inability to handle COVID in any way shape or form Is hasty departure from Afghanistan getting people killed Did I mention the open border Probably I did right The open border complete dissolving of the southern border of the United States of America This guy can't get out of his own way

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Why Dr. Anthony Fauci Should Step Aside

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:03 min | Last week

Why Dr. Anthony Fauci Should Step Aside

"One. Kimberly johnson who i've never heard of. But she has got seventy seven thousand followers. She is apparently the host of the start. Me up paycock podcast and the sexy liberal podcast network So i i find that amusing. She writes it's time for the washington post to stop allowing traders like hewitt spread propaganda and misinformation packaged as conservative opinion. She's reacting to my column in the washington post which went up on the landing page yesterday after the show. Is it time for dr patchy to step aside. This has touched nerves on the far left. I don't know why. But i have a theory. My theory is pretty simple. Dr chee is not a public health official in there is he is a brave hero against donald trump now dot not dr vouch e throughout the first year of covet. Dr chee was part of the covet response team. I know there's very well. 'cause i know a lot of people on the code response team very very well including ambassador. O'brien alex as our in peter. Navarro and many many people very well on that team and doctor thought was a respected and productive member of the team doctor. Fawzi opposed the travel ban from china. Dr she wanted to tell the noble lie. That mask were not helpful because doctor was afraid. That masks would vanish from the ers and hospitals. Where they were necessary. It's actually the opposite of what. Americans did touching mrs hewitt for example. Took every mask. We have in the house as a matter of routine preparedness in california and drove them to the local hospital where they were ninety five match. Because that's what americans do. And so dr has consistently underestimated what americans doing gets it wrong. And while he does not run the cdc or fdi pointed out. He's become the face of pandemic response in the united states. and before as even when maybe. i'm not sure. We can gather by christmas which he walked back on monday

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Pat Robertson steps down as host of long-running '700 Club'

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pat Robertson steps down as host of long-running '700 Club'

"Pat Robertson stepped down as host of the long running seven hundred club the Christian broadcasting network says Pat Robertson is stepping down as host of the long running television show the seven hundred club the ninety one year old televangelists as Friday was his last show as host of the week day program the son Gordon is taking over as full time host CBN began airing in nineteen sixty one and the seven hundred club began production in nineteen sixty six the operator of the Virginia based network now extends to more than one hundred countries in dozens of languages the seven hundred club talk show can be seen in the vast majority of U. S. television markets I'm Walter Ratliff

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FBI Data Shows Democrats' 'Defund the Police' Led to Murder Increase

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

FBI Data Shows Democrats' 'Defund the Police' Led to Murder Increase

"The FBI is released 2020 crime statistics and the murder rate increase will shock you PJ media AJ Kaufman It's official The United States in 2020 experienced the biggest rise in murder since the start of national record keeping 60 years ago That defund the police movement that the Democrats got behind and then it was slashed the police budget that the Democrats got behind and Nancy Pelosi calling fedal law enforcement What Stormtroopers followed by James Clyburn The attacks on the cops by Democrat mayors Democrat city councilman Democrat rioters and looters and arsonists Democrat marxists like BLM and antifa Well it's costing people their lives It's amazing Just step back and think about this We had to get out of Afghanistan It's gone on long enough None of our folks died in 18 months Go on long enough Meet people dying every day being murdered in the streets in our cities now Hasn't that gone long enough In the Democrat party's response is easy bail in the front at the back door Trash the cops exposed the cops to lawsuits slash their budgets that's the response The uniform crime report detailed a murder increase of nearly 30% 30% previous largest one year change was 12.7% increase back in 1960 In other words we've never seen anything like this The national rate of murders per 100,000 still remains They say about a third of the rate in the early 90s The FBI that is very misleading Over 21,000 people Were murdered in 2020

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FBI: 2020 homicides up nearly 30%, largest 1-year jump ever

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

FBI: 2020 homicides up nearly 30%, largest 1-year jump ever

"The FBI says homicides rose sharply in the U. S. in twenty twenty nearly thirty percent over the prior year the FBI says it's the largest one year increase since they started keeping records nearly twenty one thousand six hundred people dying at the hands of others while other violent crimes increased slightly property crimes continue to fall down nearly eight percent over last year a criminologist at Northeastern University James Alan fox says with the pandemic keeping people home and the racial and political divide in the country twenty twenty should be looked at as a unique year and not necessarily part of a long term trend in increasing violence Jackie Quinn Washington

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Floridians Believe in Secure Borders

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Floridians Believe in Secure Borders

"Night. We had a terrific event with governor onto santa's then make the just a great great evening. Hundreds of people came to the grand hyatt in tampa bay governor. Santa speaking talking about The strength of florida funny concept floridians. Believe insecure borders as governor. Fantasy pointed out much to the delight of the crowd who came out to the bring small businesses back tour. We believe in secure borders in florida on that. Our country's sovereign and that the borders matter we ban sanctuary cities in the state of florida my first year in office when we started to see the massive surge in texas and governor abbot states. To help we were the first state to send people to help on the southern border and we are proud of that mission. We're also. The state of florida is suing biden over his policy of releasing criminal. Aliens back into our community doesn't like florida because he knows that we show. His policies are failure with respect to the border. And it's getting worse and worse every day with what's going on down there and the fact of the matter is he is created this problem. This is intentional and this is very damaging to our country so we stand opposed to joe biden on that and we think he's failing the country and we think quite frankly probably the worst performance of a first nine months of any president in my lifetime. I can tell you that it is absolutely intentional. He's so right about that. There's no way they're incompetent.

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R. Kelly jury continues deliberations

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

R. Kelly jury continues deliberations

"A jury in New York will continue it's deliberations in the sexual misconduct trial of singer R. Kelly I'm marches are a letter with the latest which R. Kelly a predator who controlled his victims moves for his own pleasure or were they willing participants who turned on him when his money ran out that's what a jury of seven men and five women are sorting through they got Kelly's case Friday after a month long trial the jurors asked the judge to review a transcript of a woman who said Kelly drugged and assaulted her as a twenty one year old radio station intern the top counts of racketeering carries a sentence of up to twenty years in prison if convicted

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With QB Coan out, No. 12 Irish beat No. 18 Badgers 41-13

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

With QB Coan out, No. 12 Irish beat No. 18 Badgers 41-13

"Brian Calley became Notre Dame's winningest coaches the twelfth ranked fighting Irish clobbered number eighteen Wisconsin forty one thirteen it was Kelly's one hundred fifth win with the Irish surpassing new rock beat I get more joy in watching the development of a Jew time go in there and Chris Tyree getting it out that's why I do this you know you don't do it for thirty one years because you're trying new rock please record Jack corn faces all team but left with a left ankle injury in the third quarter Khan was sacked five times while completing fifteen of twenty nine passes for one hundred fifty eight yards and one touchdown through pine was six of eight for eighty one yards and a TD in relief of Cologne I'm Dave Ferrie

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Grassley Will Run for 8th Term in Senate

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Grassley Will Run for 8th Term in Senate

"The other bit of breaking news. Is that your colleague. Chuck grassley with whom you serve at. The age of eighty eight has announced. He's running for re election. And i for one. I'm glad you know pete. Wilson's eighty eight. We are honoring and last night on the thirtieth anniversary of his first year. As governor of california. Those two eighty eight year olds. Put us to shame. Jim talent they do. And i'm gonna tell you they're they're like chuck is is what we lawyers call. And you know this. Better than i do sue generis. Yes so i mean he is every time i see chuck. It's like the same chuck grassley i. I met twenty seven years ago when i got elected to the house. i saw in and And then i served with fifteen years ago. The guy's incredible he doesn't incredible job For iowa and more power to them. And i wouldn't say that normally i mean normally i would quietly. Somebody asked me say you know you'd be thinking he's unbelievable that there's always an exception the rule my role is you shouldn't be in the senate after your seventy two. The john kyle rule chuck grassley the exception because he is one of. I love the history channel rants on twitter right. I love that stuff. But he also takes care of iowa and when he We're gonna be talking about this when he decides to run at ninety four as well. By the way he'll make his eighty eight county drive. He works at very hardy. Takes care of iowa for joni ernst. Can't keep up with them. But like pete wilson. Were drinking the water differently when they made those two jim talent. I asked pete wilson last night. What makes a great senator. So i want to ask you chuck grassley. What makes a great senator. The the most important prerequisite is to have the heart of a servant. Okay and chuck. Does in pete wilson. Does i mean you've got you. You have to be another really important thing goes with that is to have a dose of humble understand and and and they both do.

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Kelly, lowly D-Backs rally past NL East-leading Braves 6-4

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Kelly, lowly D-Backs rally past NL East-leading Braves 6-4

"The Diamondbacks put together a five run seventh that allowed them to beat the Braves six to four Carson Kelly tied it with a three run Homer and Dalton Marshall added a go ahead double that ended at Landis four game winning streak Oster valley homered for the third straight game as the Braves took a three nothing lead off Madison Bumgarner with a three run third Dansby Swanson sacrifice fly boosted the lead to four one in the sixth the D. backs improve their National League worst record to forty nine and one oh four hours after announcing a one year contract extension for manager Torey Lovullo I'm Dave Ferrie

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   "Audience of One" Milt Abel Bonus Show #18  - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"Audience of One" Milt Abel Bonus Show #18 - burst 1

"I was playing my cat. No and i let me start this for saying i was meeting. I know i was right. So let's don't more than. I've already judged what i'm saying is we're praying and My cat kind of i. It scratched me. So i i let it know that. I didn't want that to happen. So i gave him a little not cut off. They're just enough. You know to get it to try and bite my thumb which pissed me off for more and so i said okay you wanna rock and all that you know. They wouldn't gotta towel now. This is i. i don't know what i guess. I was upset about driving early in the day. I rolled up the tower. And i snapped up. No and Yeah it was this version. i realized. Now here's the same as as a human being being topped by a camping tent. It's about about and you know. I'm gonna can't understand what lots of charts and diagrams. I'm sure that they were saying. Then you start choking you know So it's years went back. You know and i think when one year goes back i think they're confused and they're just going to catch us when you're right. Yeah

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2 die when man jumps off building, lands on another man

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

2 die when man jumps off building, lands on another man

"Police say the twenty five year old man was distraught when he jumped from an apartment building in Yonkers Monday night he fell twelve floors landing on a concrete parking garage roof and struck a sixty one year old Bronx man who was visiting someone there Yonkers police say the incident appears to be a tragic situation a reminder help is available through the suicide prevention lifeline eight hundred two seven three eight two five five Julie Walker New York

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George Holliday, who filmed Rodney King video, dies of COVID

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

George Holliday, who filmed Rodney King video, dies of COVID

"A Los Angeles plumber who made history by capturing the beating of Rodney king on a video camera has died of covert nineteen complications a longtime friend says George Holliday was sixty one years old not vaccinated against covert nineteen and have been on a ventilator for days it was in nineteen ninety one that holiday who'd gotten a new video camera shot grainy images of four white police officers beating Rodney king during a traffic stop he captured Los Angeles officers punching kicking and using a stun gun on the black motorist even after he was on the ground a year later holidays footage was key evidence in the officer's trial that ended with four acquittals that triggered rioting king was so upset by the burning and looting he issued this famous statement in nineteen ninety two can we can we all get along hi Jackie Quinn

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"one year later" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"It's a moving podcast from lebanon media and black bar mitzvah that shines a light on formerly incarcerated young writers. It's hosted by walter thompson hernandez and each episode features and interview with a talented writer. While creatives like john. Legend j ellis and kiki palmer perform their work. The voices of those locked up. Some miners have been all but written off. But no more written off premiers july fourteenth. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. So no be before the break. You were telling us about the frustration. That a lot of lebanese are feeling a year after the explosion. And i mentioned earlier. You're right there when it happened. So how was the city. Beirut and lebanon leading up to the blast in beirut and lebanon like all the rest of the world was of course suffering from the impact of the krona virus. this is of course worse in lebanon. Because you had this. Massive currency crisis situation people weren't even able to get money out of the back right. I mean the banks basically restricted all withdrawal will so there wouldn't be a run on the currency. i mean. imagine you know. You're sitting there on your life savings in the bank. And you're watching the lebanese lear dwindle in value by the day. And you can't take your money out. I mean that's just supremely frustrating and you talk on the krona virus and you tack on just the general economic downturn in the region and it was just it was just tara. Hundreds of protesters marched on the streets of beirut to the residents of the designated prime minister hassan diab. Lebanon is facing economic crisis in decades an economic gut punch at a time when lebanon is also.

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"one year later" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"The legislation is paid for with american rescue plan funds. It's considered this from npr. And w amu every july for the past four years dc has lost a young child to gun violence. Their friends are still healing from the trauma. A reporter jenny katherine gives us a glimpse into how the community that surrounded one of these children. Koran brown is carrying on his legacy and continuing to face their grief head on thirteen year old. Johnny has got his haircut specifically for this day with el al que short for long. They've corron engraved into his fade. He's that koran brown day. The second annual celebration of his friend who was fatally shot two summers ago. Remember the good they. They save like hester and other friends of koran attended weekly meetings to plan this day which included flag football yoga chess. Podcast taping there were moments of sadness and reflection but also joy as kids separated by virtual schooling reunited to enjoy the day outside chemo. Take coleman another one of karan's friends says brown day should happen every year. There's a way gloucester remember him. Not forgetting karan's friends have been.

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"one year later" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"Gift giving feasting experiencing and she met a family of three sisters with their husbands and kids see is a lot of fourteen year old. Miriam solid said edith. Eat when asked if they've done any of the things families typically do at this time like buy clothes for the children or enjoy a big meal together. The question itself seemed totally ridiculous to them. One one of them. We haven't had sheep or chicken or burgers or anything said solace end a beer el-massari all of that is too expensive now. She joked we're just smoking shisha right now so we can blow away our frustration. Lebanon is in the middle of a staggering economic crisis. Banks have frozen accounts meaning. People can't even access their own money. A once. healthy middle-class has been gutted. Evictions are rising and unicef the united nations children's agency says more than seventy percent of the country can't afford to buy food. It don't take anything i needed. A commit. hosseini is an unemployed chef. Takes hours to get the basics. Now i don't much government officials say lebanon is out of money and donor countries. Don't want to give more into lebanon addresses rampant corruption which is why these families were left to celebrate aid in the dark literally the streetlamps above their heads were broken before when only makes matters worse is what happened exactly one year ago today just a few miles east of this spot. An explosion in beirut's port killed more than two hundred people injured thousands and caused billions of dollars in damage. Consider this one year. After the deadly explosion in lebanon's capital city. Those who survived are still waiting for justice..

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"one year later" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"An animalistic year is a bit under five minutes longer than a tropical year. Okay so we've tackled the concept of a year next. We need to address the concept of anniversaries. The word anniversary comes from latin and the word and ever serious and it is made up of the words honest which means year and versus which means turning. So if you ever want to be that person and someone says. They're celebrating a six month anniversary or a six week anniversary. You can smugly tell them that. It is impossible because an anniversary literally means an annual celebration. Weddings birthdays are the anniversaries in most commonly celebrated in the case of weddings or traditional gifts. Which are usually given there are different. Lists out there for what gifts are supposed to be. Given based on year anniversary is being celebrated the traditional one year anniversary gift in the united states is paper and in the uk the traditional one year anniversary gift is con- or paper. These supposed modern gift one year anniversary is a clock and therefore i suppose an ultra-modern gift would be an atomic clock. The whole idea of having different gifts for every different year of an anniversary is a rather new invention. It only goes back to nineteen thirty seven and surprise it was created by the american national retail. Jewellers association so we've covered. What a year is we've covered. What anniversary is now. We'll finish the topic by discussing this podcast. The idea for this show actually goes back a few years. The initial idea was a weekly or bi. Weekly show that went super in depth on a single topic similar to what i do now but fewer much longer shows. I actually credited list of episode ideas and began doing research. I found myself with enough material on the first show to do like a two or three hour program. The first show is going to be explaining. Why the mona. Lisa was the most famous painting in the world. A show that long is difficult to create difficult to produce and most importantly difficult to keep. Someone's attention. I had already paid for the art work in the theme music but i decided to put the project aside and just focus on my travel website and doing travel photography when the pandemic hit. It hit me really hard. Because i had all my eggs in the basket of the travel industry i never in my wildest dreams imagined that the entire multi trillion dollar travel and tourism industry could just disappear overnight yet. That's exactly what happened. People stopped traveling. Travel company stopped. All advertising and marketing campaigns..

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"one year later" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:41 min | 3 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"This episode might seem sort of disjointed but everything has to do with the theme of this podcast one year anniversary so with that said. Let's start with the idea of what eight year is. The definition of a year is simple enough into the time it takes for a planet to complete one orbit around its star. Different planets have different lengths of a year. A year on mercury only takes eighty eight days a year. Neptune takes about one hundred and sixty five earth years. Believe it or not there is more than one way to measure a year on earth. Cubans have traditionally measured a year from solstice.

"one year later" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

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"one year later" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"My friend. I just want to go somewhere in which i don't feel black i. I'm looking for a non black space because the past year really really been really for a lifetime. But it's been heightened for the past really five years four years. I'm so conscious of my black skin. That sometimes i just i just don't want to be conscious of it. This is this is being real completely. Ru and i came to an understanding of this i. I went to go play basketball. Never play basketball in years. And and i was just shooting and i was playing. I was just enjoying life. I was just joined the moment. And i realized once i start once i got in my car i realized like oh. My gosh aaron. You weren't thinking about being black worried about shooting at the who you're just worried about dribbling. You're just worried about hitting the next shot. I wasn't worried about getting shot hitting the next shot. But as soon as i got in the car and i realized where i was i realized what neighborhood i was in. I realized that. I left the court. And i left my. My sanctuary does little place a piece in which i was cutting the moment as soon as the car put on my seatbelt. Also put on the realization that black man and nice neighborhood playing basketball. Be careful getting home. I don't like going to the grocery store. I don't like going shopping or like that. Because i am a black man in america i run at night every night i go out and run to clear my mind and i was say ninety percent of means just in the moment ninety percent amis is is enjoying the run but there's at ten percent army the same air. You know what neighborhood iran you know. You're black man. in america. You see that confederate flag but house. Every time.

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"one year later" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"You out there to do something to create memories. Don't disallow data go by now. Time is too valuable for that just to let a day go by just to get through the day. What's the point in going through something if you're not headed towards something don't just go through goto sure destination. My gosh. this reminds me of a sermon. Preached way way way way way back when up priest about separation preparation destination and how we have to separate from some things that are holding us back on then we have to prepare. We need some preparation in order to reach our destination every day. You have a destination. You have spots in between. You're preparing yourself but each day. You have a destination probably have more than one. Are you reaching your destination or you just travelling through as as a runner someone who runs you know. I used to be someone who hated to run. I hate it running. Even if it was around the corner. I will get him a car. That's why i worked hard. I worked hard to to be able to afford a car to get from point. Eight point b. But i can tell you if someone who now runs there's so much inbetween point a point. Be when i run. I see so many things. I didn't know because i was just speeding. I was just trying to get. He is trying to go here. i was. I was moving without care without honoring time. Not even honoring the destination. It was more need to get here and get hit in. Get over here and and i was doing busy work. I was just trying to get through the day but running taught me how to appreciate the memories of the inbetween. Y'all go out increase memories as we don't just go to work head toward purpose. Don't just go home. Embarked toward connection crease memories. That unlike your shoes unlike your shirt unlike your nails unlike your haircut creates a memories that will last you a lifetime. Y'all i was thinking about today's in the phrase one year later popped up my mind one year later..

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"one year later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"one year later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"one year later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"B j j. f. jumped on board and started doing some tournaments. I wanna sing like quarter three and quarter four again only in texas and florida. But that was as far as as much as jujitsu as i got. You know What about you were able to sneak in any training during the lockdown man. You know just like what you said you know like people garage here and there but like not much to be honest with like it's a little bit more like close contacts so i really didn't want to do it as much in then for you know like a been saying afternoon lot more standup than i have been doing. Ju jitsu for past like two years So for me. It was more like Like i said. I have a heavy bag in in my garage and then i have a heavy a double n. Bag so i was just doing a lot of that. You know just looking up different story on youtube or just different drills that i can run on those things and then you know going out running. I kind of like ron especially when add a stressful day. Like the one of the things that i that distresses me so like. Just go out run. Come back if heavy bag or the land bag just to get some much technique in and Yeah like that's kind of what. I did every once in a while just like couple times a couple of times in the summer of twenty twenty. I did go to a buddies garages. We got a couple of roles But you know recently. I had been doing moy tie training With my with my coach dodo. Shout out and But it was just most of the time he was him and i and it was just like one of those days where there was nobody else knew jim just to so ray with a khaki a good distance and then we would just work on every bag so we just run different girls who gave us it would give me a drill and he just had me drill it out a bunch of times and he would be there with me. So that's kinda will were doing. Just doing different drills on the heavy bag different drills with work like he brought out like you know the i what they're call. They're just like the the ladder. Put down on the on the ground in two. Different footwork drills. So yeah i'll you know a lot of that a lot of that kinda shit so that was really helpful because that's kind of stuff. I never did in a really helped dominance me especially when it came to light my foot work and you know if you guys know your fool work is like fucking like half of what up is if you're working right like you're not gonna have good speed. You're now going to have good. You're not gonna have to balance so that stuff that i never trained before a lot so that was kind of cool in especially because there was nobody else was just kind of like a one training but nice man. Yeah say that yeah. That was pretty cool so show yeah shadows because storrow right there man get some baby. Yeah all right well you know how about now that things are kind of. I mean eighty got back. Got both of shots i got. Why mom and dad got both of their shots. You.

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"one year later" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"one year later" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

"Free our check my instagram stories. Because it was so good. Excuse me an I'm and just like kind of sidetracking here but you just need to go look at my instagram stories. And if you're watching this after an air is just click on my highlights January. And you'll say so. I had to go to the the storm by all this new food. Cronyn moving some trying not to buy any food because they perhaps I do like a week's worth at a time but now I need to eat all this other stuff like he'll my stomach so bananas Rice Apple Sauce and Toast. That's the Brat Diet and again. It's like a lot of chemo. Patients ends and a lot of people that are sick. It's like really smooth on the stomach and organs and that I'm concerned about my gallbladder so that's a really good diet diet and then There's also a different diet for ulcers and a different Diet for gallbladder so I'm trying to incorporate the three together and just eat things that won't like trigger anything inside me because I don't have time for surgery three until mid-february so I'm just trying to like trick my body and hope for the best at this point but it's crazy how life works works because all last week if he listened to last week's episode about how to thrive and become an expert in complete chaos. I was with my best friend in the hospital all last week. I I was sitting there. Actually here's the funny story I was with my friend and the nurses came in and they were. You're like okay. Is there anything else that you need. And then I'm like no. We're good thank you so much like we said it at the same time but I started off at for the patient it was like. Oh my God. I'm so used to being in that cot so I answered for her. It was the funny still obviously because the left like it was just so funny and Tom I was able to see another perspective and see things with different is because the patient now. I was like another caretaker. You're kind of seeing it with like on the nurses side and seeing them talk to the doctors but not from a patient perspective. I needed that for my product. It see everything happens for a reason. I'm not saying that's why she was in the hospital though but just to have that perspective now. Do I need major surgery and my body parts removed to show me another perspective my product. I hope not but I did learn a lot and did remind myself to look back certain things. I had started writing about and researching about following up and the way that the doctors go like their order and I needed that meeting that appointment. I had not with my primary but with another doctor affiliated so that yeah I can take notes on that Shitty Shitty appointment I to add that content to this medical product. I'm creating so it all works out. Everything happens for a reason. We don't know the universe is always sending a signals and signs and all this shit and you know what at the end of the day we can only only try to live our best life and just be as healthy as possible and I mean. That's just what I'm trying to do and help as many any patients as they possibly can with this new medical product my matchup Monday series my professional patient series. That's coming out on this podcast and other things I have having the works but those three I can say legally I cannot wait for the episode that I can not have to worry about saying things legally so oh I feel like that's everything I wanted to share with you guys. I'm glad I didn't start crying again and I'm laughing because this is honestly how I wanNA continue living. My life like like shit happens to everybody every day. It's it's good it's bad we learn lessons like you know it all comes back to the universe and signs and believing in things in the power of our minds and bodies and you know you just have to do what's best for you and your family and your friends and your business and whoever else is involved in your life at the end of the today and that's it so. I hope that you guys enjoyed this episode. I know I was a little bit harsh saying a few things. But that's just like me being passionate Josh. No that's how I really feel and I just feel so strongly about certain things because it is our job to stay organized with our medical records and if you do need any help in organizing any records or need any tips please reach out to me because I have so much involved. It will really really help you. I mean dealing with anything. Medically related is always going to be stressful. So the end of the day at least if I can save you a little bit of stress. I would love to do so because I've already lived through this shit and I'm living through it again now because I don't know some body parts might be coming out soon. I still have to laugh because like you can't make my life up and I say this all the time but like you can't and it's so funny because actually hold that story for something else but I think that's all I need to share here with you guys. This is actually a lot longer than I thought it was great to be but I like to ramble on when I'm really really passionate and I got through my whole page of notes just because I didn't want to forget anything but if you are somebody that is looking to move forward with a medical malpractice case legally I would love to share with you how I did mine. Fine just reach out facebook instagram Happy Hollick you can always visit my site. The HAPPY WORKAHOLIC DOT COM. Just send me a message. There you just click on the contact Kelly page or contact. Yeah it says contact Kelly or work with me or something And you can reach out out to me there. Obviously I am not a medical professional a a not an attorney just dealing with my own case but I would love to share with few tips and tricks that I've used to you know. Save me some. I don't even know. Just save me some stress really but thank you guys so much for all of your support like liking commenting sharing the more times we can share stories. He's the more times we're able to help other people because they're reading our content and that goes with everything but when it comes to something medically related I think this by far the the most important because we need to continue to save lives and this is just my way of doing it with this podcast. So thank you again so much for listening. Oh my gosh. She's forty five minutes she's okay. I'm logging off and I hope to hear your feedback if you guys have any comments questions please. Just leave them on apple podcasts. You can re review and subscribe. It would really mean the world to me if he would do that. I'm trying to get two hundred comments but my two hundredth episode share this episode with friends. Who Need it or family members and that Tattoo logging off? I'm going to get ready to celebrate this anniversary day and I will talk to you soon. Thank you so much for listening to today's show. If you liked this episode please share it with someone who you you feel needs to hear this message. And don't forget to tag me at happy workaholic on facebook instagram. So I can feature you on my stories and if you have two minutes and listening on Itunes or apple podcasts. I would love it if you can leave me a radio..

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"one year later" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"one year later" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"And one of the writers who's a woman told a story that use the seaward. Yeah. I could start using the seaward there, but you know what? I'm not going to. Now that's not an invitation. I can accept a self limitation. I think sometimes people in a majority position or in a privileged position sir to rankle the thought that they're not allowed. Some you've taken from me God, you know what? Let's good. Great. You know what go ahead. I'm okay with that. I've got enough going on that works in my favorite, the right to say everything. Tell every story use every word other people don't. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. I've been editing myself forever. Right. Exactly. So I think that it's, I want to try and sort of spread the gospel of self restraint here. It's not you're not ceding power, you're not losing some sort of thing in the world. You're not losing your freedom or anything like that. You're just, I don't know being nice, but also I just what, how can we get it? It's unthinkable that somebody would walk into a meeting with me and I would put. Pull my Indies out and let my veg go flying out. I mean, that's where is that? It's not happening. It's it's somewhere. It's so but somehow the idea that guy like I may most of it. I know somehow dick implying at them where they didn't expect it. We just gotta say, that's not okay. That never was okay. Never was okay. It's not okay. It's not funny. It's not cute. It's not flirtatious. And I mean putting aside the fact that like I don't know who jumps on that offer, but also crime and. And it's. Why can't we need to put that into our discourse? And what I'm so happy to hear you say that because some stories are not yours to tell in that moment. Those some words are not yours to say in that moment, there are some things that if you're writing about them, you should Pat. When we write stories about like we did a story in alcoholics and we did Berlin personality disorder. We get people in who have experienced those things to share their perspective because without that, it's not our story to tell if we haven't done our due diligence and we don't have someone who has experience. I don't. I think it's just about being a sensitive human and when people dig in that, they have a right to behave a certain way. Tell me what to do if you can use the word I can use where wish build freedom of speech. Yes, you do have freedom of speech. I am free to say the c word without having to worry about going to prison. However, I work in live in a world where the words I saying us impact the feelings of others. I have friends that I can see that were too freely who are women because they. Doesn't upset them. It's part of our parlance together and generally speaking anybody from England a little more latitude there. Right? But then I also know that they're the people that had just and you have to wait and figure that out. You know, it's because in the end, what do you need it? Two friggin needle. How do we get those social mores in place so that those things seem sort of out there to with a messaging out there? And I think Craig's, right? We've cracked the door towards that and then also who can people turn to because I will tell you that women have been doing as long as I've been in the businesses. Yeah, you're going to that meeting and he's gonna start talking about his dick. I mean, that's what happens. That's not a very good system and it's and it really, you know, they're, I know young female writers who have left the business because frankly, it's just to sting to deal with and you're in, you know, you're not being taken seriously. So someone is suing that trying to the devil risk Prada is just so way easier by the way. All these men that I'm talking about in that dinner party. All right, like action, movies and superhero movies. I mean, there's not like anybody in there was, you know, turning. House one was not. It was not Renoir that I was sitting with insecurity of certain people's, oh shocking the lesson and the other ring and the, you know, it's, it's we're, this is why there's not enough women writing directing because you just have to be kind of flame proof and we shouldn't be asking that people discussing solutions..

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"one year later" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"one year later" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Yes, yes. Because you're literally seeing them on stage singing out loud. They're not trying to hide that there. That's the part of in children's, like open your mouth and do the jokes, get rid of that thing. Yes. No, totally different. So Craig likes wisdom as long as they're not actually doing ventriloquist him. I like puppetry and I gave intro, cuisine, all right. I feel like we've, you know, I don't know if you change crates mind, but we've actually opened up some tiny gashes poke some holes in some subtlety in my position. All right. I'll get minimum minimum subtlety minimum. Let's get to our Fisher topic. So prepping for this episode, I made a list of at least thirty men and one woman who did really shitty things. And today I want to focus on what it's like to be on the receiving end of this behavior and the systems and belief that sort of lead to that. So Aline maybe you could get a started as you look back at what's happened over the course of this past year, where do you think the film and TV industry has made some progress, and where has it fallen short? What are you seeing feeling? We're really focused on the individual incidents and we're really parsing them and that's important for victims. And it's important for people to get the the legal system if necessary, or also for people to be heard, and I understand that, but I thought it was a good opportunity in podcast that deals more generally with the business to take a little bit more of a bird's eye view because to be honest, I don't often follow the exact fine points of every single case I have in some in some more than others. But one thing I've sort of been yearning to hear a discussion of is the fact that this has been if you take the broader view away from the. Visuals. This is something's been happening since the day. I got here and what I would love to see what the point that I would love to get to is where we change the conversation and we change the norms so that individuals have something to conform to which is consistent. And what's interesting is I have also had to confront the ways in which I was part of the problem in the years that I came up I experienced, especially when I was young, I joined the writers guild in nineteen Ninety-one. I was twenty three. And so I was very young woman when I started working in as you might imagine. I've had every variety of weird thing said in front of me and what I developed was a system of like, hey, this is going to happen. You're going to go into a meeting. They may talk about your tits. You need to have a strategy for what you do so much so that that's something that as I got older, I would impart to younger female writers. And what I realized that instead of coming up with ways to change the system. What I was basically saying to them is, hey, it's Jack system, and here are ways that you can moderate your behavior to put not put yourself in those situations respond when it happens and triumph regardless. And I now sort of feel bad about that because I never really would say to young women or to myself. Okay, here's how you stand up for yourself. I took it as a given that you're going to be in these meetings and weird things are going to happen, and you just have to figure out a way to deal with it. And what I think is a huge opportunity now is to change the rules overall so that everybody knows there's certain things you don't say or do, and we can do that as a culture. There are words, we know you just don't say any more words that you and I, all three of us grew up hearing and no one says them anymore. You would not say them in polite. Obviously an implant company, people might imply. Company you don't for many years. My husband works at a corporation and I was working in Hollywood, and I would tell him stories of things..

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"one year later" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"one year later" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Dot com. Slash radio subscribe. Wanna talk about point for any talk about some of the things that have happened around Alex Jones and Infowars. One of the effects of Charlottesville was to kind of put Nazis right up in in public life right in the middle of public life. And that I think has been a challenging thing for various folks to grapple with. You know, Godwin's law on the internet previously was at any point in internet discussion when the idea of Nazi was when Hitler was mentioned or Nazis were mentioned, the discussion had reached it sort of natural devolution point. It's it's natural deer, and then all of a sudden they're actual Nazis in in the streets and it's created this challenge. I think for a lot of us of what do we do now that now that there are actual given there are actual Nazis marching in. The streets full on, you know, swastika Nazis, what walking in the streets. What are the right ways to counteract that extreme hatred? One of the pieces of this has been the the question of what sort of space in public life. Should they be accorded, how much of a right do platforms have to host the likes of Andrew England? The the founder of the site, the daily Stormer who was kicked off of his hosting platforms and a cluster of internet hosting providers declined to to be a source of his content. Now, we're grappling with the question of Infowars. Alex Jones is outlet which has recently been suspended or limited in various ways by various platforms, including Facebook and YouTube. Although notably he retains a presence on. Twitter. I mean, I think one of the clear lines that people have started to draw in quite frankly, one of the easiest moral lines to draw. And this has happened recently with Alex Jones, and for worst has been whether or not you're spreading actual falsehoods whether or not you're spreading disinformation and that as opposed to, I think, rhetoric hate speech and how we actually deal with that and the violent implications that it can have. I think the spreading of disinflation is the thing that has actually led platforms to say, you can't hang out here anymore. You know, saying that Newtown didn't happen when that is demonstrably. False is a thing that people have now decided, okay that that is actually not true. That is demonstrably false, and we will not allow that on this platform. However, on this platform, if you want to say that immigrants are scourged and should not be allowed here or that black people are intellectually inferior. Or whatever it might be. I think the rules around that remained very murky despite the evidence of what can come from those from that type of rhetoric as demonstrate by Charlotte's. But last year I just wanna point out that someone on someone from info wars this week had perhaps the greatest tweet ever, which is where they pointed out that Facebook is a publicly traded company. So liberals need to shut up about Facebook being private. That was just one of my. Tickled me so so deeply. But I do think there is, you know, there's a, there's a complicated free speech question here, which is, you know, on the one hand, you don't have a right to be on a private platform. Twitter's privately on Facebook is privately owned, you know, just like you don't have a right to show on Fox News or commented New York Times. Twitter doesn't have to host you on its platform. The problem is is that we are increasingly in a situation where very powerful corporations control essentially. Who what we hear and say, and see. And I think that there is actually not an easy answer to that as far as free speech is concerned as far as like, you know what happens when you know what happens. If you know the country decides that if Alice aside that like Bernie Sanders is too radical or whatever, that's not likely to happen under current circumstances. But I do think there is sort of an interesting question of, you know, with corporations, having increasing power over the avenues of communication. To what extent you know is some kind of regulation necessary in order to make sure that you have an actual marketplace of ideas and not just what corporate America wants to be heard and said, I think there's another insidious effect of all of this here in terms of large corporations and to some degree, large media corporations, which are particularly under fire to be more even handed and more accepting or less judgmental of quote, unquote. The other side. And.

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"one year later" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"one year later" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Internet that said, I'd rather be a Russian than a democrat, and I feel like it's only a matter of time before there is a sort of acceptance slash defiance like I'd rather I'd rather embrace sort of racial, racist rhetoric than you know, snowflake or whatever the alternative. The whatever the flip side of that is, and I feel like we're getting dangerously close to that. So is your is, is your sense from that group that you spoke to the being called a bigot or racist is being worse than called, you know, white supremacist adjacent or like not they're still they're still a real in sort of like a polite society if you will, among suburban white voters and women, right? There's still a sense that you don't wanna be a ba- a bigot racist, but we are now nearing the sort of precipice at this chasm where the division is so steep, the sense of outrage is so profound that I can. I mean the idea that someone saying I'd rather be a Russian than a democrat tells you everything you need to know about the degree to which people will go to defend President Trump and some of the policies that he supports. They'll disavow their fellow citizens. Right. So at what point are they does this sort of I am. I being too convoluted and all this. I guess my question is, at what point is it okay to be erased. If you think the racist policies are in fact good ones for America. Do you know what I'm saying? I think we maybe were nearing that point. You know, if if you look at there's a does a one of the. You know, one of America's seminal immigration scholars John hang he. He when he wrote a book about the history of native ISM. He noted that one of the things in the history of the south was that the south's historic commitment to white supremacy actually was historically a force against American nationalism because they had their own nationalism. And I think to a certain extent, you could see that would the Russia thing. They, you know, they feel like Putin to a certain extent, represents there quote, unquote, traditional values with all with everything implicated there more than you know the liberal opposition party in the United States does, and you know, I think that's that's another reflection of the way that races historically worked in the United States. How has the within the GOP Adam from your vantage point, what are the dynamics that that you see materializing? What can we? What have you witnessed among legislators that are sort of sharing space with a set of ideas that maybe before Charlottesville were less common in public life? Well, like I said, I think that Republican legislators have to their credit resisted on some of this rhetoric that seems to implicitly define American citizenship in racial terms. I think it's, you know, I think as long as more people on the conservative in the conservative media embrace it, I think it's going to be hard for those legislators not to represent those us if those views become increasingly popular among their voters. I mean at the same time, you know, of course, Stewart is something. Like twenty points behind Tim Caine in Virginia. And you know, it's possible that it the optimal scenario is that this kind of politics if it loses enough times will be seen as a loser and Republican legislators will move away from it. And so we'll conservative media, but I think it has to lose for that to happen. I often wonder we're talking a lot about Republican to have resisted that rhetoric, but are there a lot who have just outright announced it who have strongly danced it. I mean, yeah, mostly in their Republican foreign policy pundit glass. I mean, for for one reason or another, the became the director of conservative foreign policy pundits seem to be have more anti-trump conservatives than anywhere else. But if you look at people like max booth or even Bill Kristol, who you know, liberals are not inclined to agree with on. Much. Those are people who are two examples of people who have pretty forcefully denounced. The rise of native is politics in the United States or the the resurgence of native is politics in the United States. I don't. You know again, I mean, it wasn't. It wasn't that long ago that the conservative movement was committed to a very aggressive neoconservative foreign policy doctrine that involve military intervention all over the world, and now they're not committed to that at all..

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"one year later" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"one year later" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"In those other chocolate cities, New Orleans, Baltimore Ferguson, those places are caught in this vicious spiral of devaluation disbelief and then divestment, and then economic and social depression into just keeps going. But it is clear that many white folk just don't want to believe that the everyday practices, the mundane things that we do have impact on black people's lives that are negative, and you can shield ourselves from that reality or we can confront them. Camille be also spoke to the contradiction captured in that New York time. CBS news poll about racism in America and turn attention back to how social media is exposing for all to see how black Americans continue to experience racial problems. So I think what's interesting about that and more recent surveys have demonstrated more or less the same distance between African American respondents in white respondents. The main reason for that is that during the time that that initial survey was done, we were just coming out of the Obama era and for a lot of white. The fact that we had an African American president or half African American president was a sign that we had just moved beyond racial problems. Whereas African Americans were still in jobs and at the line and CVS, and you're going to Starbucks where they had other experiences that are not consistent with the absence of racism. And so I think what that tells us is that they're just very different lived experiences and it's perfectly reasonable. Amage intimate to be a white person and say, hey, you know, I think we're kind of post racism and to also be a black person experienced that on. Daily basis. I think the issue for us as a nation is that we don't have enough kind of cross fertilization of those experiences so that whites would understand that, no, actually we're still having these issues. And so I think what's been really helpful about social media coverage around of righty of tensions that erupted and police shootings, etc. Is that that now becomes part of the national consciousness. And so it's harder and harder for whites to say, well, you know, racism has completely disappeared. This is where we are now in recently as a nation in terms of issues related to race and racial injustice before turning to looking ahead to solutions and ways of dealing with where we've been what to take you further back in history into the origins of racism in America and how we have acknowledged it or how we have realized it in our public spaces do monuments like that of Robert E Lee. That was the media focal point of the all rights, March and Charlottesville. Here's an Esa Williamson again with the. Effective on the history of the construction of racism. I had asked her. What factors made the racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, particularly resonate. I think there's a real resonance to what we saw in Charlottesville because of the unique place of Virginia in American history. And last year when I was watching the events in Charlottesville, I was reminded of some really superb histories that have been written about the very origins of racism in Virginia. And I think that that history, four hundred years ago actually really does speak to us still today about the problems we're facing. So this is a little bit less known than it should be, but the origins of racism coda fide legal racism, actually date back to the beginning of the eighteenth century. So what had been true in Virginia before that was that they were plantation?.

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"one year later" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"one year later" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"All right we have to leave it there thanks to all my guess rubin everett a columnist and host a podcast number at a nation and of course host of this show on as of december 11th daniel hernandez journalist and former mexico bureau chief for vice news and christina mora sociology professor at the university of california berkeley thank you to the three of you thank you thank you mayor bill when we come back taxes health care and the future of the republican party no big deal are talk it out segment when we come back with one year later from pri hey everyone just a quick thanks to one of our sponsors the great courses plus a streaming service for people who love to learn offering unlimited audio and video access to awardwinning experts stream thousands of lectures on different topics including the modern political tradition which examines fundamental notions like freedom and rights sign up for the great courses plus today to enjoy all of their lectures free for one month at the great courses plus dot com slash l r c on israel's ruth burke with one year later presented by left right and centre this is the part of the show where we talk it out where we talk through the big political stories of the day with two vote political viewpoints since i'm representing left we bring in jim antle he is the politics editor at the washington examiner and our voice from the right today low jim hegemo so jim i want to start with the tax bill and the new introduction of a repeal of.

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