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"pele" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"So maybe there's something behind the oldest because of that because of where they come from they know how to fight harder to get there but yeah you always hard to explain how how that can possibly happen to reach the level of fame. He did from from the starting point. He had right just to finish off. I just want to tips from one from each of you about a sports documentary that we might not have seen or listeners. Might not have thought of. I'm going to go with one I've i've often talked about. I'm not quite a sports documentary. But it's tenuous enough that i can include it as a sports documentary Film and i think bbc. I play could minding the gap which is about These kids who who kind of form the basis that friendships around skateboarding and while it's not really about skateboarding tool it's much more about sort of friendships and father's and family It's an unbelievably An emotional film. And i definitely recommend anyone to watch it. I guess i'm gonna go with well. I think the first fill the first documented vessel in the cinema. i think was when we were kings. Which is about them. Mohammed ali's rumble in the jungle in nineteen seventy four year. I guess showed us alre age. The idea that you can tell us sporting story in a really cinematic way on the big screen Recently i saw from so power which is about the music festival. That was that don king per on alongside the bumble in the jungle. And i hadn't seen how things about ten years old. I haven't seen that before. And i really recommend that you're wins if you enjoyed when we were kings and from that era not quite a sport from it's more about the music But yeah i thought it was really fantastic. And if you james brown fran music of everything. I would really really strongly recommend tastic survivor. Surely i'm gonna i'm gonna premiere. I was thinking ep out there now. Less square o'clock tonight. I was thinking more complicated. Banner is kobe on the beach right now. But for the for the big brazilian premier. Now it's a real shame and it's one of those things a we've actually Pitchy supply us with a huge box full of food and drink to to enjoy tonight. So it's the next best thing for sure. Yeah i've got one just got it just got delivered excellent and i hope that there's also some kind of added poignancy to the film at the moment when you watch it. This wasn't something we plan. I think we've become so used to watching games in this quite steroids environment at the moment. So hopefully some kind of overwhelming about seeing pele clay in front of the fans for the fans. Seeing the crowd react to him. I'm watching fans lose. Themselves emotionally during a game of football particularly in seventy john film under that mexican son i think it provides a hopefully an added level of poignancy reminds us that football and sport bring people together like nothing else really. Ain't that the truth. But listen ben day thanks very much for your time. Really appreciate it. Great film and recommend it to everyone. They'll it by the time this comes out. There's only coming out friday. Everyone they have seen it trevor. East martin campaign on. Twitter is is relentless. Thanks richard thanks for having us..

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Book that is like you know if the fire. Next time is the prophecy. No name in. The street is the reckoning. And so i wanted to use that book as a frame for thinking about our current moment. So it's not a book about jimmy. It's a book where i'm thinking with him and trying to find resources to keep my head up in this dark moment where the country has turned. Its back on. Its promise once again. I would like to know other sources that you use personally for hope and optimism in what else what the craziness. That's happening right now. I think is really important to make a distinction between hope and optimism juno optimism. I don't have a lot of that from mississippi you grew up in. Houston you know what that. I ten corridor blues sounds. There's a line in it. Bb king has a line where he says. Nobody loves me but my mother but she could jiving too so he's blues. Soco is a hope that the boys says so's a black folk is a hope not hopeless but unhelpful. You know so. Where do i find this blues soaked. Hope i find it in us. We've seen dark times in this country. May i mean we've experienced the country at its lowest point and what i do know. Is that my faith in human beings capacity to respond in. The darkest of the hour is the faith that i have. I'm constantly trying to be able to cultivating my ability to see beyond the ugliness of now to imagine and otherwise where human beings could be treasured where everyone can no matter the zip code. No matter who they love no matter. The color of their skin were we afford dignity and standing in a society that values human beings as opposed to money and things winded thing. You both know mayor. Michael dyson cornell. Yeah and you in with both of them but my question would be. Who would beat a better rapper. Michael i was like west would not be on beat but it should be really handling. Also he'd be really good but that should be like. What did you say i should do. Not rhyme in. No no neither one of need to be rhyming. Neither one of you need to understand your limitations as you know like the oklahoma to the to the cookout in shorts bra you need to put on some law pants. You don't walk around you probably got uncle to from new zealand and ab wearing shorts. I'd be like bro. My daughter's ankle why you got grocery so his choice to be so sure like it's like literally but he has. He has a tattoo on his leg. He like show it all the same time i know. He's that's uncle right there. That really wears a short short man. All right So we got we got like like to do rather not questions are just things that yes or no you can give a little s why you say yes why you say no okay so the first one is Morning or night six warning. Start your day off the i. I first medicine morning. Most of the most everybody's been saying both. I'm a different. Do i see you start your day off right exactly. Yes certain watson to be. Let's see okay. How about your drinks. You prefer wine or hard liquor. I'm irish whiskey. Oh whiskey. Kevin hart are richard. Pryor richard pryor. Yeah kevin hart redundant when he stuff is kinda gets kinda boring richer prize the father. I mean there's no yeah. How about your vacation. Do you like to relax at the beach or going city tours. Relax at the beach with a good novel in the caribbean. I love in whiskey Usually like I had a place in version. Don't tell no tell them to check into you to your. How much got he got a damn llc lords talk about justice and love. Look at it right. Don't tell them a sports team. Mississippi state ole miss mississippi state. Now wouldn't you wouldn't catch me for the running rep of rebels. No oh no no. No johnny rib. Oh hell no all right. What about some food. Crawfish or poboy. That's a hard one i know. God who could you ask me that question. So long whom between the two just say either or oh my god i love i love second. This is only so what we call it. You know hey louisiana you know I go to a bushra poboy okay listens catering be blues. Depends on what kind of liquor drinking. If i'm if i'm listening to the blues there has to be so you know some whiskey. If i'm be i'll go with the blues..

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"I don't want to skip over the part that you've got the new book coming out beginning again. James ball when america in urging the lessons of our own. Ns month. there's dog that's my man. And i just love jimmy bomber man when you think about geologists is crazy like it's just the power of what he can do. A words is like some people like you look at mohammed ali. What he can do with his fist. But this man can do that with words not just cut beneath the scandal. We could see it would cut the flesh. What is your book going to be a barrel so in some ways what i was trying to do is to figure out so jimmy live long enough to see them kill martin. He lived long enough to see that the That the hopes of the civil rights movement were betrayed. You know and there's a line that comes out of his last novel. Just above my head. and i'm paraphrasing. He says you know when when the dream was shattered and people scattered some lost their minds some went to jail and he says responsibility isn't loss. Responsibility is and if one refuses abdication than one begins again and so jimmy is writing in a moment when the country has turned its back on this rights movement. The backlit white backlash has happened and he sees ronald reagan on the horizon. He sees another words all the things that will lead up to trump today. And so i wanted to write about how he responded to that moment of betrayal. Because we're living in a moment of betrayal of our own and so most folk will go and read jimmy's Read The fire next time and i'm like no no go rideau name in the street. The bouquet wrote in one thousand nine hundred seventy two and it's a.

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Like what it feels. Like the be african american in america because they don't really understand the rich history but also is kind of is being kind of plagued with so much harsh. If so a lot of time people tell us to get over stuff but is hard to not to get over something like when you can't find your last name like that's a big issue like not being able to trace your origin in the world has to meet us a big issue and just to think about out row. Look at something like putting a muslim. Somebody like you look at something like that like. It's just so much stuff that has happened over this time and just is a costume. Variables that things that keep perpetuate the hate behind just being the color of your skin. Or whatever and i just feel like this is hard to voiced some times. What are people feel like. Oh there they go again with the same old story that opportunity not take advantage of the opportunities. It seems like there's always somewhere. You always be suppressed or preston some type of way as sometimes when you grow up and you go through the is hard to keep your dignity and unless you have a pair of this around you really put that into you put that seed into your soul james baldwin said then there's no is no way of really defeating because every time you turn on the tv you see your people look diminished and for me as a parent is very difficult for us. Sometimes but at the same time we potentially fight to keep pushing is never indian too because it's also kids but then there's also yourself too because you also dealing with the image of who you are as an individual you being a woman of color me being a man of color is always something that it's been times where people come to our house fix something and people will ask pele. She working their business. My house they'll say. Can i speak to the owner. And i'm like you're looking in her. What you on this day. It happened to me today. Rob but you know you said something earlier that i just thought about you know you know there they go again. Daddy go again you know. Is this thing that you know. They can't believe what we tell them. That's happened about what has happened to us. In what is happening to us because to believe us is to confront who they are honestly and you see that this is important because the illusion that the illusion of innocence is at the heart of the lie together. So america. And i've said this before my work america is like pita pans never never land. Not the one that michael jackson here now not similar things but but but the point is never never land is the place where lost boys don't have to be responsible for nothing. You can put a bullet in general of iran. And say don't don't do nothing. Just did a review of this book called. The wilmington's lives massacre in wilmington. North carolina in eighteen. Ninety eight man were literally white supremacists at gunpoint took overload. Local government ran black. People in their homes into the swamp killed over sixty people. At least that's what they reported right just literally with the idea that black people were overrunning government that they were negro domination threatened. white supremacist. Right this is not like it was in the seventeen hundreds. We talk about tulsa. We can talk about elaine arkansas. Whenever white america feels as if it's threatened we've experienced the brunt of the violence and then when we tell that story daddy go again. Daddy go again. No no no no no all of this has to do with the need to preserve a kind of innocent so they don't have to be responsible for the lives.

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

02:35 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Black athletes have john carlos on the show. I think we want to pay to people who came before us. And what do you see in this public. Discourse political discourse on Politics in the future of america. What is the road is athletes in general not just to black athletes put athletes in general have a platform with their role in being able to speak up on the issues. That our current in this america. You know i mean it varies. I think all of us have a responsibility to give voice to our aspiration for more justin loving world. What does it mean to have a platform. You have your particular platform failures. I have mine. What does it mean to take advantage of the resources. We have to ensure that the least of these that the most vulnerable among us cannot only dream dreams but to make those dreams a reality. I think the reason why people look black people in particular look to athletes is because not only do they have platforms. They have resources. What does it mean for us to be able to leverage our power to leverage our brand leverage our assets are skills right to really bring pressure to bear on arrangements. That really do our people in and i think if we use justice and love has our model as our guiding principle and value then no matter who we are no matter where we are located. We're gonna live lives to in stantione justice and love in the world's best we can. So my responsibility is to always put that in the forefront and part of what the athlete what she he or she has to grapple with is that we live in a world that is so defined by selfishness and greed and narcissism donald trump as. I've said before just a reflection of us and so so. Many people are just so preoccupied about just give me collecting their cars by you. Know big houses just collecting material toys. That they're not in some ways dedicating their lives to love justice right and it seems to me that what we have to fight against is you know. Is this temptation to be just simply navel-gazing just to preoccupied with our own with ourselves right so we've got a battle that fight we gotta fight that battle against selfishness and greed and narcissism. It seems to me you know. I can go on and on sorry silly.

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

07:58 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Dr bob was handpicked by andy slavik. Who's headed to washington for a few months to help us overcome this pandemic. Don't worry andy we'll be back later this year to host the show. Dr bob leads the medical department at the university of california san francisco each week. Like andy. bob will answer. All of your big and small questions related to covid. Nineteen along with experts insiders and cultural icons from the incoming white house staff to comedians to frontline workers. Join dr bob. Every week on in the bubble hill even try some andy style jokes. You can find in the bubble wherever you get your podcasts. Is there a role in the church in the modern world. Because i feel like when you look at back malcolm even malcolm be muslim It's still he still had a connection to the to the community. But then you look at martin look at everything need did from the when the bus boycott was through the church and i grew up in church as i see that church avenue at saint impact politically that they used to when they were risking. That you know. James cone talked about religion tree about to but at the same time. I just don't see that's being used the way that it is now And that kind of scares me a little. Because i feel like if we look at the barefoot. Jesus was induced. Was a risk taker when it came to religion. And what they did this. It feels like that. We've fallen short of their risk taking ability to be able to go out and say we really believe in us a church in a way not just for prosperity but for change. You know. it's a complicated story to tell michael about the role of black churches in politics. And i say that because you know we tell the standard story that you know black. Churches have been at the center of black politics right. And we tell that story as if it's if it's inherent to black religious life right and in fact what is inherent is what is really singular. Is that black. Churches are independently owned by black people. So they were naturally organizing spaces. They were our institutions right. It didn't mean that the gospel was that was preached from the pulpit was necessarily radical or not. It just meant that that space was singularly hours so it made sense that people were organizing and mobilizing in those institutional spaces but there's always been kind of tension within african american religion man and attention. Has you know people who are in scholarly terms people who have their priestly function and people who have that prophetic function that priestly functions folk simply thinking about your soul trying to make sure you right with regards to dogma and with regards to god. That prophetic function has something to do with. How do we make real the gospel. The lives of folk that matthew twenty five religion right and so as early as nineteen o three. Might you can read into boys as souls of black folk in chapter of the faith of the fathers were says. Churches are differentiating some into institutions. That are more entertaining. That are more for and he's talking in one thousand nine hundred three right so you always have always had in some ways this element in black religious life of churches. That weren't on the front line and what we need to understand. I think is that the prophetic is always in the minor key is never the dominant key. So when we look at today and we see all of these churches so preoccupied with sowing seeds and prosperity gospel. As you mention you see people like cref low dollar and those sorts of folk and say what the hell is going on. Looks like reverend one in dr king loss but then when you look closely and you go to local churches you see some churches out here thinking freddie keynes's church and dallas. They are actually on the front lines door work so it varies so one of the things i say really quickly though is that black. Life is so much more complicated. Now you know even from when your grandfather was growing up who's more. Who's more known now. Oprah beyond the local past who's more influential so because of the nature of black lives being so complicated by market forces by consumer forces by a range of things. The black church isn't a center of black life like at once wise. Because there's so much else happened. I wanted to know because of michael stance politically in the field. I have a question. I want to know because right now like sports politics they're saying it doesn't coexist but religion does on the field. You know it's so we can talk about. We have bible group bible studies. We moved to each group. I go to the bible study. We can be very open the women's specifically but we can be very open about our views religiously and then we don't talk politically. Why does religion. Why is there like There's no barrier there but when we come to political and we're there's a wedge ima- perspective on the people only wanna talk about the the giving side of being in religion like we have to dig deeper into what we are as human beings. And i think sometimes we don't really want to do that because he comes with a risk actually taking a risk of say. We really believe in. That people don't really want to do that. It's like because if they say oh we would pray at because people. Every time we pray at work. I say i don't want to do the prayer as a group because i feel that some of the stuff that i don't feel that this sanction is holy and i feel that the way that the gospels priest inside the locker room is something. That's just a bitch. Elite doesn't really have no sources behind it and just my opinion. I mean you know this okay for folk to kind of get all excited. When tim tebow would get on his knees point up. You know you remember that right now even league anymore. But you're everybody's excited because it doesn't threaten anything you know folks get that you know. Jesus was put on the cross right by wrong. He was challenging principalities empower so there's a way in which the gospel can be understood to unsettle power to unnerve those who hold power. So what happens when you have a particular voicing of religion in public space that is how shall we say. Comfortable with power is comfortable with roll so part of what. i think. The question that you're asking is why is it the case that religion is sanctioned but a kind of political voices and that's because the way in which religion is being articulated voiced in that moment poses no threat to the order things right and so if there's a voicing of the gospel and i heard this in your point michael that really seeks to. She ate justice and love in the arrangements of our world. Then it unsettles for right so if you were at the end of a game saying we wanna pray in the name of jesus. We have justice. In our criminal justice system that we address racial inequality then suddenly jesus talked. We'll be unsettling for some fo is a little bit more than just getting on your knee and expressing your piety in front of thousands of people. So i think you know. How can i put this. I wanna be that moment. If i if i want to bear witness as someone who's a believer want to be that person that they ask in acts. What's wrong with those people. They must be drawn. Something about their behavior is not in alignment with the order of things right. Trying to account for the fact that the way in which you occupy space entire disrupts those who seek power and to to hold on it hold onto it no matter what after that makes sense because i felt that being almost being a cushions you should understand the persecution that comes along with it because his all affleck is always been along that line and i feel that sometimes when you when.

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

04:02 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"They are first generation coming over from the polynesian islands. In so we were in Tippy a lot of our years. We toured. And we did we performed in the casinos. They didn't know we weren't black or white so they didn't know what we were. So you know there was a lot of different things that happen but just being in. Mississippi is definitely a different culture. Where do grope in houston was your experience as you were going to be elected for the governor of mississippi. What was your thoughts and experience of how you sorry movements dome go i want to know is how did you feel that. You're able to take that role on. As i said you know i was able to cross certain kinds of boundaries because of my involvement in politics i guess i had a good head on my shoulders and i had been you know. We had this thing called the ymca us legislature at the time. And they would invite young students from across the state to come in and we would take over a state government for three days and happened to be the case that i was elected. You governor from statewide right. And i remember the newspapers to jack. The clarion ledger. In jackson saying that mississippi us were generations ahead of the state because they had elected this black governor but what was so fascinating about the moment is that i didn't really have a developed political sense about the world. You know i understood. You know racism are understood. White supremacy viscerally intuitively. But i didn't have an analysis at that point. And i remember as a young man you know. Before i went off to college i was able to go to the democratic national convention in san francisco to eighty four convention with jesse spoke when when he ran and eighty four and mario cuomo gave his tale of two cities. Speech and i was sitting on the front row. This country boy from mississippi ges soaking it in remember being in an elevator and jesse jackson walking into the elevator and again. I'm just a country boy from the coast right so the guy comes. Just jackson walks. He's towering over me and he asked me where i was from joining just told me to keep struggling. Keep working and keep evolving in some ways right. That wasn't his language but he just kind of set the bar so high. So in that moment of being elected youth governor at the time and in going to the democratic national convention at the age of fifteen and i just got a sense that my world was so much more expensive than moss point. And it's something that. I've come to articulate. Now as you know in my fifties the world is always conspiring to make you. Small and in the question is whether or not you're going to be complicit and so in the early days of my life i was able to imagine myself in the most expensive of terms so i wasn't or constrain by my little hometown in fact that was the fuel that in some ways propelled before if that makes sense in vietnam and people don't realize how big jesse jackson is man. Jesse jackson big man has do man. I'd be like man. Jesse jackson biggest. Hell like walkable me now. Dan just like he played. You see people forget that he was a broken. I believe man. Jesse jackson's huge. Huge human being is funny though because like of skipping ahead but like jesse jackson. He got a sense of religion with politics. Two comes in. He's a preacher. He comes out of the king tradition. Yes oh you know stay. Member of the national baptist convention absolutely absolutely. There's reverend jesse. Jackson.

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Get away from daddy anyway. So you know so funny. Though like as an athlete like sometimes growing up is like we've never really heard about like the black colleges as far as sports in his funny because there are so many great black african american players who went to african american schools that we just didn't know the history of that in like it's like the first thing that came to us was a good at texas stadium. Or you know lsu or alabama like it wasn't go to morehouse or go to all these different places and it was just which i just find it interesting and i always think to myself like if i didn't play sports have changed that experience time. Yeah you know a lot of a lot of folk. I mean you know when i was growing up you know people were so proud of walter payton new when i think he went to jackson state doug williams went to grandma and i think and so you know there's a period of time where these predominantly white institutions weren't available to us. I remember growing you know when i was in high school bear bryant walking into cafeteria. 'cause we had at the time and we had a powerhouse high school football team. You know so. You know the wassily brothers. So wisely played with the washington redskins. George juan's lee. Who played with the baltimore. Colts nathan wisely who played with the tampa. Bay buccaneers all of them came out of high school. We kind of like a farm team for mississippi state and ole miss and then those who didn't go there ended up going to jackson state southern Morehouse You know going to hp us and so is really remarkable. When i look back on it My little small town on the coast of mississippi man. You know the people who've come out of that place the place that they think just full of people who don't have any ambition when in fact when you look at it on the ground you know it's just some amazing stuff that happens. Amazing will come out of their. You're growing up My family.

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

08:22 min | 3 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"About to talk to agree. Guest dr declawed and we're kind of talking about religion in america. There's so many different types of religion and the role that religion plays in society. You grew up in The lds church which is different from why group in the baptist church but which is a big question because we have three children so people do ask us knowing that both sides of our families are rooted within the church So they always want to know. How does that work in our household. Do we have aside. Do we how we communicate with. Our children religiously affleck taxes. You pay your taxes like you pay different levels of taxes but all the taxes go to the same place as kind of religion a little bit of food that like. We're all praying for different in a different manner using the king james version this version but today mostly we all got religion. It's changed a lot. Since we grew up in america in general especially in school. Because i remember in school like a prayer was like the first thing that we did like before we started school. I don't really. Yeah what do you mean like before you because angela. Yeah the pledge of allegiance were sounds crazy. Really think about it. You know what we're doing. It's how we look. Also extending in a classroom of twenty kids are people are. People took a picture of the perfect communist her attention. Pledge allegiance to the flag so young that you dislike. It just comes out so easily like you're not even thinking of what these words mean. The history of it like you don't really know issuing is just an act the pledge of allegiance. Exactly you're yourself. You signed learning very young. But that's why that's what they started breeding nationalism at the beginning of it that level you breed initiative but now it is very interesting though though because religion is very something that a lot of couples have to deal with especially in the weight. America's changing like you really could be baptised who's married to a hindu lady had to decide. How would you how to raise a family and that is. I think it's up to the couple. It is up to the couple. There's no standard of how you do it. I don't think so. Can you do both you could do wine. I think he just personally that you put both in front of your children in is kind of like when he let them like when you divorce you put the baby at the back with the baby and the baby until the baby to run cross. Apparently the baby goes to. And that's how i feel about religion whichever person that was when they driven to which they feel that the now i do think that as a parent you responsibility is not necessary to lead them direction but to lead them with all the information so let them know both sides all the information if they have questions mix you answer them thoughtfully and then let them you know as they get older to decide which they feel best fits them true but you but but i remember the first time marchers was shocked and i was shocked. The first moment to your church lee a lot going on here we went to this went together. There's a lot going on like the. Lds church is different now. Shock to they really really professional here. Like the first time i went to church everybody would just like little house on. I was like everybody had little. Bob haircuts the little daily. Long ring would nitny stuff. I was like okay. Everybody was nice though the mormon church. Everybody's nice it became the electric me. Those experts you need is chick chick-fil-a the never met him. You're not mad. You be her all day serving waffle fries. He's still not particularly sauce. And these assaults. Right now but i do think that we both bring different aspects of both sides to our children and then it's kind of when my parents are in town. They'll take the kids with them to church. Your parents are in town. I don't even think it has to be either or though to revisit. No no no to people who like to different types of teams all of the lake. But that's why that's why. What if your child doesn't pick either of them. And i think that's where it comes within the home to teach them of both sides but i think it's okay when your child is like asking questions of another religion because curiosity all you want to do is learn and know you know. And i feel like that's where growth come when they start to bring it within and they're just comparing in and that's when you're having conversations with them you know on different thoughts or different things that they've heard. I don't think i think she'll be open minded today. We're talking to dr declawed chair of the department of african american studies and professor of religion at princeton university about who's in black politics religion and changes society and the role of black athletes. Also our athletes play in the political climate of america. So is it true that you left home to attend morehouse to go to college. A sixteen kind of young as sixteen hours. Still you running through the fields and by more holidays you're busy lifting engines and things like that. I know yeah. I did i i left home and went to morehouse at sixteen. Morehouse had What they call an early admit program that they started as a result of the world war. I think it was world war two when a lot of black men had gone off to fight in the war and so they started admitting younger students. And so martin. Luther king junior for example was an early admit maynard. Jackson was an early admits. It's an aug line of folks who came through that program so it was. It was really interesting. I was running away from home. But i ran iran the college instead of into the streets. I'm from louisiana right. And i'm not gonna talk about louisiana mississippi but they have the history and not always has always been a pretty history as always been people can really be proud of it. Sometimes you know but what was it like growing up mississippi where you eager to enter a place like morehouse to pursue something. That could change the way you grew up. I'm from a small town cost point and you know named after the mazda dangled from Trees and it's called the river city as its nickname and So it's really beautiful. But moss point is majority. Black is about seventy percent black It's the labor force for the town right next to it Pascagoula mississippi were trent senator. Trent lott's from so. I grew up in an environment. That was It wasn't segregated in any formal sense but there was Kind of de facto segregation and interesting sorts of ways and and. Because i was involved in politics at a young age i was crossing kind of racial lines and very interesting sorts of ways at a good friend of mine. She was a neighbor down the street. Who who went on to become an endowed professor of law at the university of southern california told me that she remembers me and her little brother going off to boys state and hearing some white woman saying that the problem with me eddie was that i didn't know my place and has something to do. I didn't know my place and that has something to do with my dad. You know my dad. How can i put this. My dad didn't suffer white folks easily. And you know it just to be honest when we moved into you know. He was a policeman and he had an opportunity to he knew. He hasn't some precarious since for coaches kids rather and he moved us into this neighborhood. I think we will third black family to move in the neighborhood and somebody shot out back window and my dad responded with his twelve gauge and blew off the limb of a tree and said shoot becky again. I mean he was not a man who allowed anybody to diminish him so i grew up in an environment where there was a sense of. You know you stand up for who you are. You be proud of who you are. And i grew up in an environment that was basically black fish fries on fridays brown liquor. You know i mean. Is this the blues listening. Bb king and bobby blue bland. At least the oh folks were. It was a nurturing environment for me and my sister graduated valedictorian of our high school and went to spelman and then came back home and said you know you act like you to while you need to come to. Morehouse said..

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"pele" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:12 min | 6 months ago

"pele" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Somewhat. i mean it was. It was something i mean. It was almost like it was almost like a celebration which was a failed drug test in its own merit and again great pay all. It says i'm letting my actions speak for themselves. That's told the press love. it sounds ready. I spoke volumes. Four days later. Random drug testing random emphasis on around them. They tested maradona and his body tested positive for creek well. Every single drug known to man five variants of ephedra a cocktail of drugs according to chief and god they would know a cocktail of drugs. And that is that. Is the man both ends of the spectrum. Dave greatness greatness amongst chaos. Dave really the sport's greatest rebel. I mean how would you rank him in terms of human beings. You have watched kicker football. Well i mean you look at the goal and eighty six and the other one's a youtube is the goal in one thousand nine hundred ninety against brazil in thing us lost sixteen game He didn't have a great world cup that year. But he was amazing in that game scored an amazing goal against the sal I like to remember again that in that way as a human being remembering him phenomenal phenomenal like no one else. Pre messy before messy you know schooled more amazing goals than pele and just unplayable on playable footballer to me. The debate was always maradona. Or pele and i was always always maradonna. Pele to me was the man who weeks global football's platform where commercial reality was almost a billboard too. Good to be true and the thing. A made me revere diego. Maradona was his humanity. His strengths and weaknesses. We are all flawed. Human beings and diego maradona the just his strengths were greater than anybody. His weaknesses were greater than anybody's and that is the poetry of the man. He contains an experienced all all of humanity and to me. What makes him the game. The human if you have two hours go to hbo tonight. Go to our friend. Asif kapadia film about maradona. And you'll see the the humanity the the one the the darkness. Just the regimen. By the time we got to italy to naples and live day a life. Where for monday until thursday he would be living life. I'd say the mesa single as a family show just say live life for the batta bang. He did he live life. Alabama bang to the full on friday and saturday. They were cleaning them up. They detox him hit that he hit the running mail. Each sweat out the toxins. You sweat out the darkness. And on sunday weekend week out he would thrill thrill the entire region of the south and deliver glory and then go again and what shop film and you will you will see. Not just the greatness of of maradonna donna. donna and the emotional range of life. The like of which we won't see again david. Yeah absolutely I'm reading through quotes of diego maradona. To try and find something apt to to end it with a will. I'm not finding anything. But i'm just. I'm just blown away by his sense of humor again. Can they get in the post match. Press conference at eighty-six six he goes. I was wasting but my teammates to embrace me and no one came. I told them come hungry. Or the referee isn't going to allow it so good. God god i let's end nowhere. Words which are we and worthless and lost on the ma'am boat. Words have go describing the greatest football right in my mind adwa gala leon. The uruguayan poet a very true human. One the encapsulates. Maradona he galliani maradona. Soccer's may strident rebel. Also me fantastic player. Maradona is controllable. When he speaks but much more so when he plays. No one can predict the devilish tricks. This inventor of surprises will dream up for the simple joy of throwing the computers off track tricks. He never repeats. He's not quick like a short leg bull but he carries the ball so into his foot has always all over. His body is acrobatics lighter. The field he could win a match with a thundering blast when his back is to the goal or with an impossible pass from a fall when he's corralled by thousands of enemy likes and no one can stop him when he decides to dribble up failed in the frigid soccer. Today's world which detests defeat. Him forbids all fun. That man was one of the few who proved that fantasy to can be effective to fantasy day. Yep diego maradonna courage..

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3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

03:23 min | 11 months ago

3D Printing Today

"Doesn't matter. We covered all my name's Andy Cohen and I'm here Mr Whitney Potter. High you doing Andy. So they're interesting stories that just keep. Coming back I mean we? We keep seeing the same story about three D. printing guns. We keep seeing the same stories about fire dangers. We we see so many of the source. I stories coming back again and again, and this story is probably one of the most. Stories that come again, that's the the issue of the dangers of of VOC's. follow title. Was the not what is the OH stand for? Organic well I think in this in this case particulates, aren't they? Yes they are, but they do say they're VOC's. The call them VOC's so this is a story on Three D. printing industry. And it's a bunch of researchers. A couple of accommodations in Korea Seoul. National University and this particular study. They looked carefully at the effects it on an F. D. M. printers with a set of different materials and the amount of emissions based on the degree of heat. I looked at this thought on. Yeah that that. That's kind of intuitive, isn't it? I mean the more you you apply to immaterial. The more gassing you should expect. I would expect it to sure. And that's what they found. Isn't that amazing? Well? Sometimes, it's good to have it have a well documented scientific study. That confirms what you suspected. Yeah, but well you'll notice that. The study was not published in a jury journal. It's posters in a safety looks like it would have been an exhibition poster. Just it's not. It's not published in a scientific journal. Not Peer reviewed. Yes, not peer reviewed. It's not. Like it does, it doesn't I I know I've I've published in those journals? And one of the first criteria also is. It is a value, does it? Does it say anything? I don't think this article says all that much I. really don't I. Mean I already knew? that as to the temps go up, more smells GONNA. Come off the printer well right, but they're they're. They're confirming that. They can measure that. That's I mean that's science. There's value to it Yeah, I! A couple of things that I think are are important to that about this is that they're talking about printing Nylon Pla ABS and lay would at which is the would like Sawdust, fused filament, and their P., l., a., and the an Pele so that they're talking about all these different materials, and they're printing them up to two hundred ninety degrees C. Yeah. I mean. Who would do that?

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Italy begins to emerge from world's longest nationwide lockdown

BBC World Service

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Italy begins to emerge from world's longest nationwide lockdown

"Italy is easing its coronavirus restrictions nearly two months after it became the first country in the world to impose and national knocked down but the prime minister Giuseppe Kansei has said the country is still in the midst of the pandemic and urge the public to act responsibly millions of people are expected to attend to construction sites and factories vehicles a pele is a member of parliament for the Democratic Party which is part of the ruling coalition a quarter more or less of Italian workers are going back to their offices and firms which were previously closed AT the big test for our transportation system a big test for the security of our places of work and it is a big test for individual responsibility of each one of us many other European countries are also taking steps towards lifting their lockdowns they include Portugal Spain Croatia and Greece with some small shops and headdresses can start work again today some schools will reopen in Germany and Austria while in Hungary Serbia and Slovenia cafes and restaurants will begin operating with some restrictions

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

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"pele" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"pele" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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23rd International Meeting of National Mine Action

UN News

13:21 min | 1 year ago

23rd International Meeting of National Mine Action

"So here we are at the urine stool in Geneva and we are speaking about the twenty thousand International Meeting of Mine Action National Directors and United Nations advisors so basically basically unmastered say the United Nations Mine Action Service in addition to Sarah Jerry. He's a researcher. From King's College in London has been looking at research approach into on the link between climate change and vulnerable populations affected by unexploded ordinance stuck in the ground and elsewhere. Welcome everybody body. I'm going to just dive in quickly. Going to Richard Baltimore's Program Manager for South Sudan with unmasks wretched. Tell me the main thrust of the meeting being here at the United Nations in Geneva what you can to achieve this week well simply putting the importance of mine action back on the map. Reminding people there's a problem exists exists around the world that is being addressed but it needs constant support to keep his going a mine-free world is achievable. We simply need to keep doing what we're doing. Just talk me through what the process. Who says you go into a community in south Sudan? Can you give me a particular example of an area is cleared recently. How you've held community? We're helping hundreds of communities Aziz every single day we're going into villages where mines were laid possibly thirty or forty years ago wet forests have grown up around them. People wonder into those forests in search of natural resources to cut wood together the forest vegetables and plan selves up working to render the ground safe and the the the reality is the poorest of the poor go into minefields knowing they all taking a risk. Studying Cambodia showed eighty five percent of mine victims victims. New they're in a minefield at the time. They had their accident but they also knew they were going to be hungry at night. So they take the wrist to go and get it and not not. de-mining is not an option. People will still take the risk and go into the minefields. We need clear those minds to make the land safe. Just start with a level playing field being out to grow awesome food. It is astonishing it comes down to having to live from day to day and Edwin fake money. If I can come to you know you were in Cambodia. Do you share richards. Experience experience. There is that what you were finding radio program officer unless now but you were working for a long time with U. N. D. P. The UN Development Program. Yes you actually see that people take risks risks. When they're hungry they will try to the forest to find food if they have piece of land contaminated? They will try to farm it so that they can grow the rice. It's basically subsistence isn't farming for everything there. And if they contact us the land and they will take measures to go in and see if they can actually get food. What's your message to the conference? Is this week. There is a need for us to address this theory's hope for example specifically for Kamalia. Two hundred twenty five is a goal for them. It can be achieved there to clear. All of known remaining landmines by twenty twenty-five how many we talking about. It's there still about nine hundred square kilometers of land mines but it was like a lot. I mean look look and you say twenty. twenty-five it is a lot but the government has actually committed themselves. You know Wait I left Komodo last year. They committed themselves that they will give ten percents counterpart funding to any international funds. Subtle coming for Mine Action and you be assumed that in the sense that last year we got ten percent of those about about two hundred thousand dollars last year from the Komo government which is a first big step for them taking responsibility for the problem that they have so there is progress and hopefully by two thousand twenty five and quickly back to Richard. You said that South Sudan continues to be contaminated by mines laid out decades ago but their goal is twenty twenty. He's seven four title Clearance Twenty Twenty Six if the current peace can hold if we can get access to all areas then. It's reasonable with current levels of funding as long as that maintained that we we will complete clearance by Twenty Twenty Six but ordinance will continue to appear for decades. There is still ordinance turning up across Western Europe that was fought over a hundred two years ago. Being ploughed up in the fields of Belgium reality of any conflict affected country but in the short term you need sustained funding to help South Sudan Dan. As many other countries need to decontaminate. You cannot come quickly to use Aruna Jerry from King's College London research only be looking at the link between climate the change and unexploded ordinance or nine months contamination. Can you tell me a bit about what you felt. I've been looking specifically at the conflict context. I've been looking at mine. Action in how they interrelate from post conflict peacebuilding framework and the climate. He's something that I've come into recently looking at how that is adding the levels. Abelson wonder ability because I was in Angola in September doing some work where they went national saint for Humanitarian De Mining on a research project. Nick and what we saw there was that once fields are cleared that the farmers there are grateful because clear and provide quite a lot of land. And what they're doing is resorting to the cotton slash methods of cultivation now. What that does the environment is? Just at the the time the fires in the Amazon on but in Angola there was second highest fires when the satellite team. It is dance so while we can clear and and the farmers were saying yes but the drought has impacted so yes. The farm has been returned to the farmers. But there are other you know beyond the mine in action and my take into that is can we incorporate as a sector. Can we bringing other lessons for these people when we out there with them saying once we've cleared the farm may be a certain sense of responsibility in the ways. We cultivate and all so integrating being innovative in our practice to dealing with communities to reduce their ability interesting. So what you're calling for really is for broader approach to helping communities once the areas made safe. So I don't know maybe I could turn to you. Seddon Threat Mitigation Officer with the Mine Action Service so he didn't a lot of work into be at the moment. I don't know how house access you have there. Because we've had talks recently here in Geneva for ongoing between opposing parties fighting outside Tripoli to the South how are you UH helping communities get safer and be free of this sort of scourge that must induce mentality among populations yes. There are two real issues to addressed. ICED firstly is that Libya has the world's largest uncontrolled ammunition stop palm. It is estimated that there were between one hundred fifty thousand two hundred thousand tonnes of uncontrolled control munitions across Libya. Also what we've seen recently in the fighting which broke out in southern Tripoli in April of last year is the expenditure ordinance and the threat posed by explosive remnants of war as increased and sadly many of the areas that were previously cleared of you exit have now been reconsolidated as a result. The current fighting some specific concerns that we've got amendment relates to some of the more complex munitions that The Libyan's require assistance to dispose off. And the previous Qaddafi regime for example bolts some quite complex missile systems that use talks ick propellants and these toxic propellants pose a very considerable threat to the environment went and also to the Libyan people which live close proximity to their storage depots so one of the projects that are mass. Lear initiated with support from the German government his to safely dispose of some of these very hazardous liquid propellants in Libya. Thank you Bob for that. Now I'm going to turn to leave because you're the Global Communications Honcho Four. Unless you could tell me how many countries on Mrs Operating in I'm what stays sort of information sharing between those officers who are involved in making community safe and and maybe what are the new ways that we using computers not officially intelligence to help us improve decontamination. Everywhere yeah the United Nations by action service we of nineteen programs in countries and territories around the world the UN as a whole is a little bit over thirty so the UN is. We're mine action. United Nations mine. Action has the Inter Agency Coordination Group for Mine Action which we helped to service and facilitate and that's really is an information exchange so and this meeting that we're at this week in Geneva Leyva where we have the national directors from all over the world from every mine affected country. I'm comes in. That's a big part of it is to share lessons learned best practices and the technology which is very important specifically with with improvised explosive devices. I mean we've been working for years in Afghanistan. We've seen a lot of devices that were used in Afghanistan that show up in other conflict zones specifically today's in Somalia we've seen stuff in Iraq. There's an innovation there. There's obviously on the dark web. People have access to figure out WHO's building. What and how are they building yet? What type of charges etc.? So you have to stay alert and you have to be following that. Obviously that's not something terribly new military out there in the world The United Nations. We don't don't particularly do intelligence service things but we are starting a database now in order to try to bring in academics and the governments that want to share that information in order that we make our people on the ground safer so that people would have some type of place to go to look at the type of devices I see they can do photos of directly and put it up in this database and then people can look at it from other parts of the world and say immediately. I've seen that. Don't touch that wire. I mean if you WanNa get it simple or this is probably how it is or the or the charter is going to be. You know. Two hundred meters. There's away or is that kind of thing and somebody mentioned earlier today when we were speaking about infrared Is that you know the technologies that exist out there. They are extremely deadly. It's a little bit different than a landmine. I'm where you're just using a metal detector and you're going along and something beeps and you're saying okay is that you know a pop top or is that something more dangerous when you deal with. ID's there three hundred sixty degrees so you don't know where they are And I mean there was just an attack recently in Afghanistan for example where somebody stuck a charge on the top of the roof of a car which killed the UN employees it was UNDP and that's an example of something which smit this new database that's going to be soft launch today at this is meeting with look into. So what specs do you need for your car roofs when the UN by vehicles because that's obviously a weakness right when a car sitting in traffic and somebody puts a bomb on the roof of of it and nobody thought about that but there are ways to know if there's devices on a car magnetic sensors that tell you. Something's been added this car and that's the kind of stuff that we need to know. The the United Nations need in order to keep all personnel. And all NGOs safe. It is frightening. You could be totally paranoid radio studio. They want to step foot outside. Because it's you know I've read the English patient I've read the some of the mindset of somebody who's laying mines encounters and things. I think my goodness this is just extraordinarily frightening writing and terrifying. And I'm Bob you're saying earlier the the threat of mines is not going away. Sadly the very effective asymmetric form of Attack Jack and the effectiveness of the ID as technology level is now very much understood by. The extremists are employing days. I mean sadly that knowledge is now the Leah's mentioned the information is disseminated now across the Internet. It is relatively easy now for people with no previous experience or training to acquire The knowledge from the web to make homemade explosives and to build quite sophisticated audience systems from scratch. You know with any external intervention. So so you're suggesting earlier Bob that it's not just a question of getting the minds out of the ground. It's a broader approach. Can you maybe explain what that means. Yes certainly insufficient really just to deal with the the explosive threat itself itself when one considers the threat posed by ideas. You really look at the the. ID system so it requires an effective whole of government approach. And that's very much based on not just the entity that's dealing with the explosive straight itself. But you got to look at the forensic organization that recovers evidence the analysis of that of the good police squirt this required to identify locate arrest and then process the perpetrators through the judicial system and Libya. This is happening. It is happening. Actually the The Mass Libya team has worked quite closely with Libyan authorities. And we've been trying to develop the forensic skills of the Criminal Investigation Department such that the Libyan police. I can do this themselves. Thank you very much. I think we've pretty much come to the end of this discussion very brief Look at what your and Mine Action Service is doing. It's been a delight to have you here but I'd love often any final messages or thoughts that you have before you plunge back into the dark recesses of the UN Pele here in Geneva and share information which is obviously why you're here simply that clearing clearing the wolves. Lamont problem is achievable. It's very very achievable. I started de-mining in nineteen ninety-three when the world talked about it being a thousand year problem problem now it down to single digits of years with realistic assessments. Credible Clarence methods. We're winning this fight. Unfortunately the fighters moved on on the problem is not being replaced by problem. The crux of this issue is ending grievances. If people want to find a way to kill each other's they will do so but in those countries where the wounds have healed such as Cambodia. We can go on and complete the Job Sarah Jerry Richard. Bulte Bob Seddon ugly really would yeah. Many things

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South African court issues arrest warrant for former president Zuma

Hugh Hewitt

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

South African court issues arrest warrant for former president Zuma

"A court in south Africa's issued a warrant of arrest for the country's former president Jacob Zuma after he missed a scheduled court appearance must assume as legal team submitted documents saying big client was ill and had been receiving medical treatment outside of South Africa since last month judge day of pele questioned alterations on former president Jacob Zuma's medical certificate which was submitted by his lawyers to the court but the former president will only be arrested if he fails to appear in court on the sixth of may for the start of his

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Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**hole

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"pele" Discussed on Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**hole

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"pele" Discussed on Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**hole

Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**hole

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"pele" Discussed on Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**hole

"I feel like we humans. were all doing something different. Someone's creating something new. I don't think it's ever GONNA be peaceful. I don't think ever be perfect. He said I don't think it'll ever just be great because everyone's perspective everyone's views are so different but I do think that if we just trying to understand each other instead of trying to solve you you know attack point your finger at trader wrong. You know because everyone's right and wrong is a little different but if we just try to understand each other whether I feel it it was right or wrong. Then we can keep moving and I feel like that's also with my kids in the house if they're fighting and they're poking each other or they're fighting over one object. It's it's like using the language you know how you speak to someone you're not gonNA say. Hey give me that now. You know because that's obviously we're putting empathy compassion all of that into it but it is a language. How are you speaking to each other as adult Harley? Speaking to each other because I can still mean Michael can have a good argument. You know or whatever debate eight by the end of the day like we all love. Each other whistle are going home to the same house but our views might be different and I feel like for able to teach children that just understand hand a little more. Whether you're right or wrong you can still keep moving forward. I think limited peripheral gotta take the phones away. Even it is apparent like I get on my phone or on her phone. She gets on her phone world. Don't let it will fly to people were flawed.

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Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**hole

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"pele" Discussed on Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**hole

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You know me or somebody that looks like I didn't with a UH with the skin color their hair and stuff like that so I think a lot of times has to explain to them that the is what what guy gives the under special and how they look in holiday talk in the hair trigger alert but reinforce that they're special and I think that's important when when it comes to people who are teachers that look like them are learning about their own history and stuff that's important to their own culture and help we know grows individuals so a lot of times is apparent. You gotTa Take hands-on dog approach by going to the schools in volunteer a lot and I think we do a lot of that whether Teaching Hoping Teaching History or coaching on the teams or going on field trips I think our kids have to deal with a lot so we have two parents and I think sometimes now we're parents were so busy with all the work that we were cost answering the facebooks answering the twitter twitter the easing. We're looking at other people's life judge in our lives on on their expectation. Instead of taking on a hands on approach until getting into our own schools in our own environment remain all communities and being all resource that we wanna see I think having to do with our kids is something that they have to deal and I think as parents to things that are dealing with or things that we have to do it. We can't think that because kids are dealing with A. That's not. Our problem is definitely our problem and we have to help them find a solution in their own way but in a way to seize his hands off but when you have parents who are very involved kind of helps you shape your parenthood. What's your marriage is GonNa look like by how you mimic that you know saying? We hate to say mimic but we a lot of times. We were mimicking where parents or we also fight and not to be like liked them. So it's like there's a sex sized half of us. Fifty percent of us are like. Yeah my parents were like this. I'm going to be like that. And the other fifty percent like my parents did this. I'm going to do the opposite or the Parents Act. It definitely shapes us for adulthood in in our marriage life in an apparent in two thousand seventeen Thursday incident between the police officer myself when I was just being a loyal citizen of America give soil and And I had a gun to my head I had a gun in my head. I think a lot of times as parents various people want to parents want to whether the copiers rier the players right or the person the citizens right at the end of day there. The lack of humanity eighty four when my child feels if they lose a father with my wife if she loses a husband. So I think there's a lot of that that people misconstrued and they don't have any compassion empathy for for and I think that incident for myself was very very gut wrenching to think that this could be the end or something so simple can turn into something so violent. I feel like you WanNa keep that Christmas thing your kid for as long as you can. I call it the Santa Clause if back you want to keep the Santa Claus affect all your kids as long as you can. The Santa Claus effect is for the listeners is to keep that the majestic life thing where the kids are feeling feeling like like they can keep their childhood and they don't have to go into the realities of the true world. I think a lot of times. There's kids we lose their that affected three years old when they go that you know they don't get food or whatever it's like you don't have that childhood where they get to know cautiously takes unicorns and do all those things that keep kids young and when you have to tell your kids about the life if it just sucks because then they have to see the world for what it really is and there's enough of that when you see how everything really is and is Kinda desperate your day sometime. You don't want your kids to Kassi. There's the world's doom and gloom and I I think for us when you speak to kids and have to tear down. I think that's the hardest thing for us is now. She has to see the world for how it truly is. When you're a person of color and the things that you can experience not just reading your book but a first hand experience for someone that she loves dearly and closer art and I think when you sit sit there and talking to her and she gets emotional? You get emotional because you know that you know the fear is reality and I think that any hurt hurt Israel via Israel because to the world. There's just a football player or black man who experiences something that happens on a daily basis to people of color but to her happened happened to her dad now. The fear doesn't feel so far away the fears near is closer is breathing on her neck and I think that's the hardest thing to explain to your kids when they feel the difference is not they. They start to feel that they're not the same anymore. They started feel different infamy. I think that was really hard to explain to her. And I think there's tears tears as coming from each of our is because this is how this is the validation that you know because you're black or this this could happen to you and I think that really hurts because now our kids aren't they don't feel kids they feel like a black kid they just don't feel like a kid. They feel like a women now are a girl like it's not just being a kid. They have to identify where more thanks to the realities of life and I think that's harsh for parents constantly deal with or constantly. Tell their kids. But then there's the other side of is to tell your kids not to be fearful and not got to fear because they have to fear if they start to life in fear in every single thing every single thing that gap to the shelter life so you know be able to not have I fear and is just constantly move on regardless of the bears continuously break Dow. Don't fear I'm just go head on with them and try not to you know be so cautious which alive be smart but don't have so much fear that you can't do exactly what you want to be because of your color don't have fear that you can't beat the boss because you're a woman Eh. They'll have fear of those things is constantly just continues to work hard and don't worry about those things and that's a hard thing to tell kids like well. Dad that happened to you so why should not have have to do that. Why shouldn't they be watching? I'd be scared to tell you that happened to me but I got back up and are dust myself off the grid. I have is sticky fight and take this for both of us as parents..

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"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"pele" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

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Improving Runway Safety

Innovation Now

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Improving Runway Safety

"To improve runway safety. The Federal Aviation Authority requires a graded section and at the end of Commercial Airport runways. In the event and aircraft overruns the landing area many airports however were built before the one one thousand foot standard was adopted in other cases a lack of land or obstacles such as bodies of water highways or residential communities construction of the required safety area impossible so the. FAA began research to solve the problem. An engineered material arresting system places specially designed crushable material at the end of the runway. The tires of an aircraft sink into the lightweight material Israel causing the aircraft to slow down and safely come to a stop based on the FAA's research and technical standards for amass installation runway safety area. Improvements have been made at hundreds of commercial airports protecting both passengers and crew for innovation. Now now I'm Jennifer. Pele

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Runway Safety Areas

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Runway Safety Areas

"Specially designed safety areas protect aircraft that might accidentally overrun the runway. This is innovation now now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future to improve runway safety the Federal Aviation Authority requires a graded section and at the end of Commercial Airport runways in the event and aircraft overruns the landing area many airports however were built before the one one thousand foot standard was adopted in other cases a lack of land or obstacles such as bodies of water highways or residential communities make construction of the required safety area impossible so the FAA began research to solve the problem an engineered material arresting system places specially designed crushable material at the end of the runway the tires of an aircraft sink into the lightweight material Israel causing the aircraft to slow down and safely come to a stop based on the FAA's research and technical standards for amass installation runway safety area improvements have been made at hundreds of commercial airports protecting both passengers and crew for innovation now now. I'm Jennifer Pele. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.

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Crossing the Gateway

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Crossing the Gateway

"Almost eleven billion miles from home voyager-2 has entered interstellar space at last this is innovation now twin spacecraft voyager one and two launched from earth in nineteen seventy seven to conduct close up studies of jupiter and saturn remote controlled programming was used to endow the voyageurs with greater capabilities than they possessed when they left earth and decades later both states craft have traveled well beyond their original destinations in two thousand twelve voyager one became the first human made <unk> object to reach interstellar space now voyager two has become the second object to cross gateway and a working instrument on board will provide scientists with first of its kind observations of this passage into the space between the stars while both probes have left the helius fear. Neither voyager will be leaving the solar system soon. Scientists designate the area beyond the orbit cloud as the boundary of our solar system. It will take jake voyager two three hundred years to reach the inner edge of the cloud and could take another thirty thousand years to fly beyond it for innovation yeah now. I'm jennifer pele. Innovation now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa.

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Movie remakes: the good, the bad and the ugly

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:00 min | 2 years ago

Movie remakes: the good, the bad and the ugly

"We look at remakes the good the bad, the ugly possibly some other surprises. Here is co host and actor Doug Hutchison, Doug, how's it going today? How are you, my friend? All right there. I'm good. I'm ready. I'm poised, I'm doing really, well, thanks for asking. And I'm excited about this topic movie remakes, I believe it was inspired, if I'm correct me if I'm wrong. But and our last show, we were talking our theme was movies about loss and grief surrender and one of my on the list was movie called pet cemetery based on the Stephen King novel, and I really enjoyed the rigid version, and then found out, they were making twenty nineteen version, which just came out, which I. Haven't seen, but I started lamenting about remakes and questioning the validity of remaking movies that are already made, you know, impeccably, so why remake them. So I think that spurred this topic on, but I just wanted to preface it this by saying that we call this remakes the good the bad and the ugly. But in my research, I actually surprised myself because I found that I actually started liking a lot of the remakes that was digging up the ones that I had seen. And so my list actually has more smiley Osman Ali faces on it. So I guess my list my list is not the good the bad nucleus that the good. I one ugly, just a mention at the very end just for the heck. But anyway, I was wrong. I just gotta say that. I'm gonna confess it. I was wrong. I think there is validity in making certain remakes and I have enjoyed as you'll see a handful of them. Many of us in smiley face by them. And I'm gonna tell you mine are just the opposite might have a frown. After after off your conversation. Holly told you I was looking at the positive and the bright side of everything. I'm gonna try and five five down. So. Great minor five thumbs up years or five down mice, the glasses have full years. At the half full once you're five. Okay, so in, in no sense of order whatsoever, by the way of priority. One of the remakes, actually really enjoyed is Tim Burton's Alice wonderland twenty ten. The original versions, of course, there, were it was nineteen fifty one there was a version of wonderland. And then there was a TV movie version in nineteen eighty five Tim Burton cast as the often does that amazing cast Johnny Depp. He's always cast in depth. So debt plays the mad Hatter Tim Burton's wife, who I've heard they possibly getting divorced. I think I read this the other day which is unfortunate, but it's life and relationship I suppose. Helena, Bonham Carter? It plays the Queen of hearts, young actress by the name of mea was the cow seat in Australian actress plays Alice Crispin Glover plays the knave of hearts. And I can say is in a nutshell Tim Burton. I mean. Filmmaking God or what move? He's actually come down from the mount filmmaking Olympics to give us his gifts or he's made a pact with the devil, because everything this man touches to me turns into gold and his vision, his, his special effects, his whole take on his movies are just unbelievably original income Pele. I loved him Burton as you do. And so Alison wonderland twenty ten Tim Burton's version. I loved it Coleman who call. I'm going to do research on the internet. I'm see anywhere. You came from a good place for that. It's great for me. Number five linking. Said, good things, these are not in order, because this might have been number one for me, the Halloween remakes, specifically by rob zombie. Who's the singer slash director? People that absolutely are in love with his movies. I find him to be one of the I hate shitting by hate it. It's not my style. Rob zombies, Halloween movies are among some of the worst I've ever seen, but not just Halloween. He directed. Oh shit. What are those movies he directed? All other coal classics God. How come I mean? Blinded, I loved that he made it wasn't a remake, but devils reach, I'm not gonna want a lot of people like that movie I do not. I, I don't like rob zombie style. He, he was on Howard Stern bragging on how quickly he shoots movies and I'm gonna know shit. It shows like it's like. Yeah, this looks like something you shot overnight, like it's I should be more friendly towards Massachusetts. Born director. I dunno house thousand corpses. Grind house at devil's rejects. I, I am not a fan of especially the Halloween. It's just he's not as cute as thinks he's on his creative as he thinks he is the movies, look like even shop quickly. There's there. I just find him highly unappealing I to tell you, I've had two interviews, one with another podcast host. Absolutely loved them. Shame on you for saying that. And then I had on the director of directed. I'm not gonna mention what he directed, but he dragged my favorite horror movies, and I said, I'm going to tell you I love this. I compare this something like rob zombie Halloween. I said, I'm not really a fan. He goes robs a friend. I'm like, oh, sorry. Okay. I should have said that. But I'm just I'm just not fan of rob zombie Halloween. And that doesn't even case into account. How awesome the original Halloween movies are even the last one they came out this past year with with. What's your name plays the lead in the Halloween movie stuck? My brain is out to lunch today. Gene, Jamie Curtis. Jamie Lee Curtis. Again, of course. Rijo. Yeah. And that was directed by the latest one when she was in. It wasn't directed by her. It was okay. But completely unnecessary leave the ones that came out the originals alone, their final even the one two three I love them. But yeah, that's how I lick never been touched again. 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Fifa World Cup 2018 Brazil vs Costa Rica live: Watch Neymar at World Cup 2018

The Rob Buska Show

02:41 min | 3 years ago

Fifa World Cup 2018 Brazil vs Costa Rica live: Watch Neymar at World Cup 2018

"Research brazilians have getting past costa rica twonil and brazilian superstar neymar who's been dealing with an injured ankle also scored for brazil it was the latest regulation goal at the world cup since nineteen sixty six neymar cried tears of joy after the match in the espn fc crew talked about neymar in brazil victory center all night sportscenter allnight espn fc podcast i know and i recognize this is going to be a largely unpopular position on this panel knowing that people that i have working with me i don't mind it right i don't mind the emotion coming out because if i'm standing in that locker room and neymar crime means that he's letting go of everything that has come into this ornament of all the pressure of all the things that he has created for himself and that means that i'm going to get a better version neymar going for i'm all for it i'm going to say left now robos equally title wave of tears but this beaten costa rica for god's shape and has been on the same much press himself on the much pressure by his antics but one crying and doing all that stuff and gone on instagram as long as he performs on the field and does the right things out in the field instagram is weighed words anyway i mean come on this is the me me me me every brazilian is pulled on the jails the real talk ones whether it'd be back in the day when zico socrates pele before them the less mario and renaldo all been under the most immense pressure is what makes them special start crying about after beaten cost alexa he's not the only player who's under pressure they're a lot more player a couple more players under pressure i yes i do i i yeah i if you cry cry it's up to him i just i just find a disingenuous last time he was in tears similarly wasn't a press conference where teacher was defending him i don't understand how you go from winning a game of the world cup to breaking down in tears just relief.

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Santa Fe senior class balances grief and memories with celebration at graduation ceremony

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 3 years ago

Santa Fe senior class balances grief and memories with celebration at graduation ceremony

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor. Johnston President Trump's top economic advisor is downplaying anger from US allies over the administration's new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Speaking on Fox News, Sunday, Larry cudlow says Trump is trying to fix the world trading system, not break. It was president from day. One wants to reform. The world trading system is not working, and there is so much unfair trading at illegal trading practices. There is virtually no reciprocity here Kudlow remarks came after finance ministers from the group of seven industrialized countries held talks in Canada. This weekend. China's says it won't buy more US goods. If the Trump administration goes ahead with plans to raise tariffs on Chinese imports, the warning comes as commerce. Secretary. Wilbur Ross concluded trade talks in Beijing today, emergency crews are airlifting people trapped by fast moving lava. From kilowatt volcano on Hawaii's, big island, Jackie young from Hawaii, public radio reports. Search and rescue missions are being conducted in isolated areas. Today, emergency crews are working to extract residents after a large half mile wide active lava flow, closed all access to the Kahal community and the vacation land subdivision civil defenses, instructing residents in those areas who ignored mandatory evacuation orders to get to designated landing zones of I state Senator Kyko Kelly said during an overflight on Saturday evening that he witnessed trap residents. The active lava flow was so hot. It evaporated all the water in the centuries, old green lakes, the largest freshwater lake in the islands, lightweight volcanic glass known as Pele's hair named after the goddess of fire and has it as gases continue to be health rates for NPR news. I'm Jackie young in Honolulu. Seniors at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school. School in parkland, Florida graduated today, diplomas were presented to the families of four seniors killed in the February shooting. NPR's, Greg Allen reports. There was also a surprise guest speaker. NBC tonight show host, Jimmy Fallon told the students. You're not just a future, you're the president, keep changing the world. He said he met many of them at the March for our lives, rally in Washington in March, several hundred Marjory stoneman Douglas seniors. Their families and friends attended the ceremony at arena. In sunrise, Florida often used for hockey games. The school district said, the ceremony was closed in the media because students asked that it'd be kept private afterwards. Those attending said it was a celebration, but somber, the families of four seniors killed in the February shooting were given standing ovations when they received the diplomates, the mother of slain student walking, Oliver war shirt. That said, this should be my son, Greg Allen NPR news, sunrise, Florida. This is NPR news in Washington. North Korea's state news agency says, Syrian President, Bush are all sawed plans to make a state visit to Pyongyang. United Nations monitors accused the two countries of cooperating on chemical weapons, which they deny President Trump has twice ordered air strikes against Syria to punish Assad for suspected chemical attacks on civilians. A new report says more than forty percent of children in Afghanistan. Do not attend school Jennifer glass reports from Kabul the report by the United Nations, children's agency, UNICEF, and the Afghan ministry of education acknowledges that Afganistan has achieved enormous progress in education since two thousand one. When the Taliban had forbidden girls education and supported mainly religious schools. The report says there are still many challenges and girls are far more likely to miss out on education than boys because of cultural barriers, including child marriage, poverty, fighting displacement, migration, and natural disasters are. All factors that keep Afghan children out of school. The ministry of education has a national strategic plan that hopes to address some of these problems. But in a country where statistics are difficult to calculate this report will serve as a baseline to measure progress for NPR news. I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul. Tunisia's defense ministry says at least forty six migrants have died after their boats sank off the Tunisian coast sixty seven others were rescued Tunisian officials, say some one hundred eighty migrants were fleeing for a Europe when the boat went down. I'm Windsor Johnston and you're listening to NPR news in Washington.

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Police: Man fatally shoots himself while playing with gun in hotel roo | Depend On WOKV - Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic

Says You!

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Police: Man fatally shoots himself while playing with gun in hotel roo | Depend On WOKV - Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic

"Wants to reform the world trading system is not working and there's so much unfair trading and illegal trading practices there's virtually no reciprocity here could lau's remarks came after finance ministers from the group of seven industrialized countries held talks in canada this weekend finance ministers say they're outraged over the new tariffs and are threatening to take decisive action north korea's official state media says syria's president is planning to visit pyongyang npr's shannon van sant reports the official korean central news agency does not say when the visit would be and syria isn't commenting the report follows several meetings between north korean leader kim jong and other heads of state over the past few months kim has met with the president of china and south korea and on june twelfth he is set to sit down with president trump in singapore but if bush are alassad does travel to north korea it would be the first state visit to the regime since kim took power in twenty eleven north korea and syria have been allies for decades earlier this year the un accused north korea of helping syria develop its chemical weapons programs shannon van sant npr news washington emergency crews are airlifting people trapped by fast moving lava from killilea volcano on hawaii's big island jackie young from hawaii public radio reports search and rescue missions or being conducted in isolated areas today emergency crews are working to extract residence after a large half mile wide active lava flow closed all access to the community and the vacation land subdivision civil is instructing residents in those areas who ignored mandatory evacuation orders to get to designated landing zones of a state senator kaiga heli said during an overflight on saturday evening that he witnessed trap residence the active lava flow was so hot it evaporated all the water in the centuries old green lakes the largest freshwater lake in the islands lightweight volcanic glass known as pele's hair named after the goddess of fire and hazardous gases continue to be health threats for npr news i'm jackie young in honolulu a massive wildfire in new mexico is spreading firefighters are working to contain the youth park fire which is burned nearly fifty square miles severe thunderstorms are expected with high winds if issues say that may help in the short term but worn hot dry and windy conditions are expected to return you're listening to npr news.

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