19 Burst results for "Raven Saunders"

"raven saunders" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"The olympic cauldron to kick off these games. Can you tell us what that moment was like. And what it meant to you. Definitely i think the greatest moment of my career definitely For me means more than winning. A grand slam. I felt such a great honor for me. I felt like my mom was so happy. And that's one of my biggest things to make my mom happy and for me. Yeah couldn't have dreamed of bigger occasion. I guess if mom's happy everyone is out on the congratulations. Thank you for. I love you also answer that interview training. 'cause you know how she got back in form after having so much of a layoff people now. She didn't play for a while because some mental health issues to. She said she felt like a giraffe. Really great i loved your line. Twenty two if mom's happy everybody's happy. That was that was terrific. The other thing. I was going to ask you We've talked a lot about their concerns about people raising this taking a knee during the olympics. We know that United states the shopowner american shop a raven saunders. put her arms into an x. Over her head and that might have been a breach of the rules. Tell us about a raven. Saunders and also talk about it there have been many protests at all. I if so i. I don't know much about him. Yeah there really haven't been too many. I think there's been a couple displays. Believe i wanna see like the. I know the australian. I think women's national team for soccer unfurled. I believe prior to the match Aboriginal flag or they did something to honor the indigenous people. I'll australia. I want to say it might have been handed out. Took a knee prior to the match like during to show solidarity against racism should have been some subtle mostly women. I should point out raven. Saunders was probably the one that is getting the most attention because it was on the podium which was against ioc rules..

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

04:53 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"Are torchbearer of the week goes to us. Shot put a raven. Saunders who got the silver medal in the shot put hit a quick twerk for y'all on. Tv they cut away. Full of joy. Jubilant took the medal stand threw her hands in acts on the medal. Stand representing in her words The crossroads were all those who are oppressed. Meet saunders who is black who is queer And who talks openly about mental health struggles in about being depressed has been a vocal Outspoken person on all of those things. her stand was also the kind of first biggest public defiance. We've seen of the i. O. c.'s rules about pony protests. They've already tried to come at her. Saunders tweeted let them try and take this metal run across the border. Even though i can't swim But more seriously ravens been absolute light and her voice is so important and let her take it out from here. We keep pushing.

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Around the Horn

"If it's right go ahead please. Yeah i just wanna see a winner. I mean and two i saw too but i felt a little bit let down. I mean if i'm seeing too that means there's no silver medallist. Why didn't they just get the two silver medals. I would rather have seen a jump off. Look good for both guys tremendous sportsmanship. I'll tell you this. I never knew that could be in the offering. I never knew that you could come to an end to end of the competition. Say hey if you folks don't want to go anymore for whatever reasons both of you can have a you walk away. I didn't see a winner when you've got ready like that. I did look good for the italian guy because we know. He was injured in twenty-six more. She i mean they both have come back right near exactly but at least he he got. He got a chance to meddle in the last two olympics. I believe so good for them. Great sportsmanship but. I just would rather have seen them. Jump it off on sunday on sundays. Seven golfers played off. For a bronze-medal we have super tiebreakers in tennis. So that's all i wanna see. Just jackie machi- shocking your head. No a little bit here. yeah. I can't i can't sign off on that with you. Kb these are the moments in the olympics. i live for that unbridled joy. The two of them sharing this moment together by the way they're not strangers. They're good good friends. That have competed against each other for over a decade. If i'm not mistaken they've known each other a long time and they've both as as tony said coming back from catastrophic injuries. One of the rio so to me. This is the perfect ending to a long journey for two guys who have immense respect for one another. Isn't that what the olympics is. All about is this sort of collaboration with all these countries from all over the world. I loved this. Oh cloudy it so cool to hear. Say you mean we can win each win. A gold it. Yeah that was tremendous quote no. The olympic motto is faster higher stronger. Kb they couldn't go any higher. There was high as they were gonna get so. Let's go stronger. let's go together. Let's go sportsmanship. Let's share it real. It was a wonderful. He's my favorite moment of the olympics. They were so excited. It was tremendous in gymnastics if judges decide that. Two gymnasts have the same score. They have a tie same in diving. And i understand that you could sort of have a jump off but you're not going higher you're going lower so it becomes a stamina contest. It's not becoming a high joan contest. At that point you can absolutely be okay with the thai. Their neither of those guys has to go the rest of their lives saying they tied. They can just say. I want to go meddle in the hijab. They don't have to share the rest of the information. So yeah i think for the for the sake of sport for the sake of these gentlemen. I think ended swayed metals. At the way to go. i have not been swayed. Because you know what. I tune into the olympics for to see the greatest performances ever like fully mar rojo's out of venezuela the triple crown of the triple world record world old record unbelievable first woman from venezuela to get a gold medal. And you know what that country's been going through for the last five or six years. So that's what i tune in and you saw this is and you also mentioned all year and jumping is high. I mean here's the thing competitions and you love track and field k b. I know you know that. You're not just competing. You compete against the bar. That's what they're competing against. They're not each other. Let's talk about some of the georgia. Immense lamont marcel. Jacob see i italian man to ever win goals in the men's one hundred elaine thompson. Hair up the olympic record in the women's one hundred enough to be kellyanne fraser price. And they're great rivalry jamaican sweat that metal stand as you just mentioned black. Install venezuela's duly my row house. It was a twenty six year old world record. She broke into triple job and the women's shop. What was gone. Lucielle china gold america raven. Saunders is it all time character with an all time celebration in silver..

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"raven saunders" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"You don't have to have it up all the time right. Just put it out if glenn coming over your house. Put up the paint. Be behind all right. So pat did you. Did you watch the olympics. At all i have watched about two minutes of coverage. Really maybe yeah i to watch darn second of it. I do know that. The women's soccer team lost not candidate torn apart by that torn apart. They seem like such a lovely. Don't they don't they. Don't be too so patriotic. Can in wonderful and loving and dedicated wonder board they gender. I hope they got equal pay for that loss. I actually. i would've liked to have one i have. Us there. i really. i'm past. That are really yeah. I pass that. I've always been passed soccer because soccer. I want them to lose because the more. Us soccer teams win the more. I have to watch highlights howdy spn. Or wherever i'm watching sports they treat it like it's a real sport. You should be against ted lasso. It ted lassos. Doing that is normalized. Normalizing soccer right. I needed news stance in my life. Anti ted. lassos does formalized soccer. Don't don't do it did you see the What was her name. That Oh you mean the beautiful. Trans woman victoria secret woman. Yes she's so beautiful she's widely. She's lovely she's a wait a minute. Hold it or talking about the same woman. She's not a shot. Put her the shot. Put all the shot-putter that's not the transportation. Okay the weightlifters. The transportation okay. She knows she crash out. Oh darn studied development though that Trans weightlifter would excel to get to the olympics. It seems that at all sports expected to medal in. So so how who would go figure. Happy person who used to be a man Might have a leg up in that competition and again no reason to change my stance of. I'm glad to see the us lose because when they win. That's when you see people like raven saunders She was sporting a neon green and purple buzz-cut and she made an ex sign with her risks with a wrists at the podium. She's just crossed her arms and made her and she said later because everybody said what the hell does that even mean and she said. I'm glad you ask the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meat. That is right at her risks. Right hand on her wrist seems like too many people for one set of risks and then and then after she decided to work and it was sad exit imagine. I wanted to meet on her wrists after that again. I was like. I think i was impressed by that I don't know how to go on. She said i just wanted to be me not to apologize to show younger people that all out. How many boxes they try to fit you in. You can be all you can and you can accept it. People tried to tell me not to do tattoos and piercings and all that look at me now a bitter. Now i'm and i'm poppin. She said she You know she's been she's had a lot of things weighing on her for twenty two years and she was finally able to process it and She was finally able to separate raven from the hulk which was really Okay wow good. That's so raven that is so raven the type of behavior you'd expect right. She's don't like. I have to tell you simone biles and you know i'm not gonna terror part because she's gone through a lot etcetera et cetera..

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"raven saunders" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"I have to watch highlights. How'd espn or wherever i'm watching sports. They treat it like it's a real sport against ted lasso. Ted lasts doing that is normalized normalizing soccer. You're right. I need a new stance in my life. Anti ted lasts like the right. It does soccer. Don't don't do it did you see the What was her name that all. You mean the beautiful trends woman. The victoria's secret woman. Yes she's so she's widely she's lovely. She's a nah. Wait a minute hold or are we talking about the same woman. Well she's not shot-putter the all the shot-putter yeah that's not the transportation. Okay the weightlifters. the transportation. okay. Knows she crashed out Darn nick restudy development though that Trans weightlifter would excel to get to the olympics. Seems at all the sports. It's expected to medal and so so who would go figure so happy. I who used to be a man might have a leg up in that competition and again no reason to change my stance of. I'm glad to see the us lose. Because when they win that's when you see People like a raven saunders She was sporting a neon green and purple buzz-cut and she made an ex sign with her risks With a wrists at the podium..

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:15 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Minister just send arden. Spoke sunday today. I stand on behalf of the new zealand government to offer a formal an unreserved apology to pacific communities for the discriminatory implementation of the immigration laws of the one thousand nine hundred seventies that lead to the events of the dohrn rates in burma. The head of the military junta has named himself prime minister six months after the military sees power in a coup army. Chief men on king has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military coup will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections and twenty twenty three. Since the coup more than nine hundred people have been killed and thousands arrested the washington post reports police in the united states. Shot dead more than one thousand people in twenty twenty the highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in two thousand fifteen about one in five. Fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past six years washington. Post his documentary more than sixty four hundred. Fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day in connecticut and ecuador and father of three who lived in a basement of a new haven church for two years to avoid. Deportation has been granted one year. Stay of removal nelson. Pinos has been living in the us for nearly three decades. The forty seven year old was given a deportation order in two thousand seventeen prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church in tokyo. The international olympic committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by us shot-put silver medallist raven. Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is african. American identifies as queer told reporters. Her gesture from the medal. Podium represented the quote intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet unquote and other olympic news. Us gymnastic superstar. Simone biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the belarussian athlete christina similar sky has entered poland's embassy in tokyo requesting political asylum. The twenty four year old athletes says. She refused her coaches demand that she board a flight sunday to return to belarus out of fears for her safety actress. She criticized the russian olympic officials and elka schumann. The co founder of bread and puppet theater company has died. Alcoa was born in the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred thirty five and brought to the united states in one thousand nine hundred forty one. She and her husband. Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in one thousand nine hundred sixty three their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to vermont. It's processions involving monstrous puppet. Some that twenty feet high became a fixture of protests against the vietnam war. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flour and baked. Its own breads sharing it. With audience members this elka schumann appearing in the two thousand one film The hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter tamar and didi halack. We have a grinder grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed. You really have to chew it. You really have to put some work into it but then you get something very good for that and when our theaters successful we feel the same way. You've got to think about. It doesn't like tell you everything it's on like wonder bread it just like there it is. Here's the story. This is what it means. You've got to do so figuring yourself in the theater in our theater and the plays successful then. At the end you probably was worth the work. Elka schumann died at the age of eighty five on sunday. Surrounded by her five children and her partner peter schumann and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren piece report. I made me goodman. The highly. infectious corona virus delta variant is coaching spikes and cases across the united states and around the world with china's struggling to control surging infections and the philippines preparing for a new stricter locked down the united states is now averaging some eighty thousand new cova cases a day about six times as many daily cases than a month ago as much of the world struggles to cope with the pandemic and its impacts. We begin today's show with the author of a new book that examines the social and environmental roots of poor health. Your body is part of a society inflamed right the authors. In a minute we'll speak with the co-authors of inflamed deep medicine in the anatomy of injustice bestselling author raj patel and physician and activist rupa maria. But i this is an animated introduction to their book by air. Aaron koerbel hugh wake up one morning with the dry hacking cough. And you've lost your sense of smell. You visit your doctor for a diagnosis with an x ray and nasal swab. She diagnosis code. The corona virus infected your body and your lungs and nerves are now inflamed. The inflammation sends you to hospital. And when you were in the icu you look around. A disproportionate number of people of color in the united states ostracization and death rates people of color far higher than for white people. You make another kind of diagnosis yourself. This you observe is the outcome of structural racism. But how did those structures come to being to understand that we must go back six hundred years to a time when a different pestilence spread across the globe one that continues today which still makes us sick and it makes us sick in a pattern way through inflammatory disease which underlies all the leading causes of death in industrialized places. European colonization transform the planet true slavery genocide disease colonists brought with them a cosmology that changed how people relate to each other and to the living world around those who resisted was set out to the flame. This history lives inside you whether you know it or not since you were conceived your body has been exposed to the consequences of a world on fire. The covert hospital ward and specific patients. Who are in its beds. Look that way because of centuries of attempts to extinguish other kinds of knowledge civilizations if we understand disease with this new kind of diagnosis the treatment options become radically. Different medicine prescribed to address. The inflammation of people implant has been prescribed by others before us. Rudolf virchow and sitting bull of france. Funnel huda are we and be our embed car and harriet tubman understood our morton hills constantly be vaccinated away. We need a world rebuilt with care at its heart. Many indigenous communities have resisted colonialism by continuing to care living world around them that kaffa life protect them inside and out indigenous communities to the greatest range of biodiversity on the planet and as a result hosts the most diverse micro biota inside their bodies. These microbes confer protection against inflammatory disease. Long culture isn't capitalist and isn't colonized it can sued the inflammatory diseases that afflict us and fuel the burning of our planet. Steve medicine offers new and old stories. That connect humans to the teaming microbes in our guts and to the teaming stars in the skies we offer a glimpse.

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:15 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Minister just send arden. Spoke sunday today. I stained on behalf of the new zealand government to offer a formal an unreserved apology to pacific communities for the discriminatory implementation of the immigration laws of the one thousand nine hundred seventies that lead to the events of the dohrn rates in burma. The head of the military junta has named himself prime minister six months after the military sees power in a coup army. Chief men on king has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military coup will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections and twenty twenty three. Since the coup more than nine hundred people have been killed and thousands arrested the washington post reports police in the united states. Shot dead more than one thousand people in twenty twenty the highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in two thousand fifteen about one in five. Fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past six years washington. Post his documentary more than sixty four hundred. Fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day in connecticut and ecuador and father of three who lived in a basement of a new haven church for two years to avoid. Deportation has been granted one year. Stay of removal nelson. Pinos has been living in the us for nearly three decades. The forty seven year old was given a deportation order in two thousand seventeen prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church in tokyo. The olympic committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by us shot-put silver medallist raven. Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is african. American identifies as queer told reporters. Her gesture from the medal. Podium represented the quote intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet unquote and other olympic news. Us gymnastic superstar. Simone biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the belarussian athlete christina similar sky has entered poland's embassy in tokyo requesting political asylum. The twenty four year old athletes says. She refused her coaches demand that she board a flight sunday to return to belarus out of fears for her safety actress. She criticized the russian olympic officials and elka schumann. The co founder of bread and puppet theater company has died who was born in the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred thirty five and brought to the united states in one thousand nine hundred forty one. She and her husband. Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in one thousand nine hundred sixty three their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to vermont. It's processions involving monstrous puppet. Some that twenty feet high became a fixture of protests against the vietnam war. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flour and baked. Its own breads sharing it. With audience members this elka schumann appearing in the two thousand one film The hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter tamar and didi halack. We have a grinder grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed. You really have to chew it. You really have to put some work into it but then you get something very good for that and when our theaters successful we feel the same way. You've got to think about. It doesn't like tell you everything it's on like wonder bread it just like there it is. Here's the story. This is what it means. You've got to do so figuring yourself in the theater in our theater and the plays successful then. At the end you probably was worth the work. Elka schumann died at the age of eighty five on sunday. Surrounded by her five children and her partner peter schumann and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren piece report. I made me goodman. The highly infectious corona virus delta variant is causing huge spikes and cases across the united states and around the world with china's struggling to control surging infections and the philippines preparing for a new stricter locked down. The united states is now averaging some eighty thousand new cova cases a day about six times as many daily cases than a month ago as much of the world struggles to cope with the pandemic and its impacts. We begin today's show with the author of a new book that examines the social and environmental roots of poor health. Your body is part of a society inflamed right the authors. In a minute we'll speak with the co-authors of inflamed deep medicine in the anatomy of injustice bestselling author raj patel and physician and activist rupa maria. But i this is an animated introduction to their book by air aaron. Koerbel you wake up one morning with the dry hacking cough. And you've lost your sense of smell. You visit your doctor for a diagnosis with an x ray and nasal swab. She diagnosis code. The corona virus infected your body and your lungs and nerves are now inflamed. The inflammation sends you to hospital. And when you were in the icu you look around. A disproportionate number of people of color in the united states ostracization and death rates people of color far higher than for white people. You make another kind of diagnosis yourself. This you observe is the outcome of structural racism. But how did those structures come to being to understand that we must go back six hundred years to a time when a different pestilence spread across the globe one that continues today which still makes us sick and it makes us sick in a pattern way through inflammatory disease which underlies all the leading causes of death in industrialized places. European colonization transform the planet true slavery genocide disease colonists brought with them a cosmology that changed how people relate to each other and to the living world around those who resisted was set out to the flame. This history lives inside you whether you know it or not since you were conceived your body has been exposed to the consequences of a world on fire. The covert hospital ward and specific patients. Who are in its beds. Look that way because of centuries of attempts to extinguish other kinds of knowledge of lies asians if we understand disease with this new diagnosis. The treatment options become radically. Different medicine prescribed to address. The inflammation of people implant has been prescribed by others before us. Rudolf virchow sitting bull of france. Funnel huda are we and be our embed car and harriet tubman understood our morton hills constantly be vaccinated away. We need a world rebuilt with care at its heart. Many indigenous communities have resisted colonialism by continuing to care living world around them that kaffa life protect them inside and out indigenous communities to the greatest range of biodiversity on the planet and as a result hosts the most diverse micro biota inside their bodies. These microbes confer protection against inflammatory disease. Long when culture isn't capitalist and isn't colonized. it can sued the inflammatory diseases that afflict us and fuel the burning of our planet. Steve medicine offers new and old stories. That connect humans to the teaming microbes in our guts and to the teaming stars in the skies we offer a glimpse.

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"The forty seven year old was given a deportation order in two thousand seventeen prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church in tokyo. The olympic committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by us shot-put silver medallist raven. Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is african. American identifies as queer told reporters. Her gesture from the medal. Podium represented the quote intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet unquote and other olympic news. Us gymnastic superstar. Simone biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the belarussian athlete christina similar sky has entered poland's embassy in tokyo requesting political asylum. The twenty four year old athletes says. She refused her coaches demand that she board a flight sunday to return to belarus out of fears for her safety actress. She criticized the russian olympic officials and elka schumann. The co founder of bread and puppet theater company has died who was born in the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred thirty five and brought to the united states in one thousand nine hundred forty one. She and her husband. Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in one thousand nine hundred sixty three their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to vermont. It's processions involving monstrous puppet. Some that twenty feet high became a fixture of protests against the vietnam war. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flour and baked. Its own breads sharing it. With audience members this elka schumann appearing in the two thousand one film The hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter tamar and didi halack. We have a grinder grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed..

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Minister just send arden spoke sunday today. I stand on behalf of the new zealand government to offer a formal an unreserved apology to pacific communities for the discriminatory implementation of the immigration. Laws of the one thousand nine hundred seventies that lead to the events of the dohrn rates in burma. The head of the military junta has named himself prime minister six months after the military sees power in a coup army. Chief men on king has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military coup will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections and twenty twenty three. Since the coup more than nine hundred people have been killed and thousands arrested the washington post reports police in the united states. Shot dead more than one thousand people in twenty twenty the highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in two thousand fifteen about one in five. Fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past six years washington. Post his documentary more than sixty four hundred. Fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day in connecticut and ecuador and father of three who lived in a basement of a new haven church for two years to avoid. Deportation has been granted one year. Stay of removal nelson. Pinos has been living in the us for nearly three decades. The forty seven year old was given a deportation order in two thousand seventeen prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church in tokyo. The olympic committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by us shot-put silver medallist raven. Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is african. American identifies as queer told reporters. Her gesture from the medal. Podium represented the quote intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet unquote and other olympic news. Us gymnastic superstar. Simone biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the belarussian athlete christina similar sky has entered poland's embassy in tokyo requesting political asylum. The twenty four year old athletes says. She refused her coaches demand that she board a flight sunday to return to belarus out of fears for her safety actress. She criticized the russian olympic officials and elka schumann. The co founder of bread and puppet theater company has died who was born in the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred thirty five and brought to the united states in one thousand nine hundred forty one. She and her husband. Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in one thousand nine hundred sixty three their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to vermont. It's processions involving monstrous puppet. Some that twenty feet high became a fixture of protests against the vietnam war. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flour and baked. Its own breads sharing it. With audience members this elka schumann appearing in the two thousand one film The hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter tamar and didi halack. We have a grinder grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed. You really have to chew it. You really have to put some work into it but then you get something very good for that and when our theaters successful we feel the same way. You've got to think about. It doesn't like tell you everything it's on like wonder bread it just like there it is. Here's the story. This is what it means. You've got to do so figuring yourself in the theater in our theater and the plays successful then. At the end you probably was worth the work. Elka schumann died at the age of eighty five on sunday. Surrounded by her five children and her partner peter schumann and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren piece report. I made me goodman. The highly infectious corona virus delta variant is causing huge spikes and cases across the united states and around the world with china's struggling to control surging infections and the philippines preparing for a new stricter locked down. The united states is now averaging some eighty thousand new cova cases a day about six times as many daily cases than a month ago as much of the world struggles to cope with the pandemic and its impacts. We begin today's show with the author of a new book that examines the social and environmental roots of poor health. Your body is part of a society inflamed right the authors. In a minute we'll speak with the co-authors of inflamed deep medicine in the anatomy of injustice bestselling author raj patel and physician and activist rupa maria. But i this is an animated introduction to their book by air. Aaron koerbel hugh wake up one morning with the dry hacking cough. And you've lost your sense of smell. You visit your doctor for a diagnosis with an x ray and nasal swab. She diagnosis code. The corona virus infected your body and your lungs and nerves are now inflamed..

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:15 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Of the military junta has named himself prime minister six months after the military sees power in a coup army. Chief men on hang has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military coup will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections and twenty twenty three. Since the coup more than nine hundred people have been killed and thousands arrested the washington post reports police in the united states. Shot dead more than one thousand people in twenty twenty the highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in two thousand fifteen about one in five. Fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past six years washington. Post his documentary more than sixty four hundred. Fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day in connecticut and ecuador and father of three who lived in a basement of new haven church for two years to avoid. Deportation has been granted one year. Stay of removal nelson. Pinos has been living in the us for nearly three decades. The forty seven year old was given a deportation order in two thousand seventeen prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church in tokyo. The international olympic committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by us shot-put silver medallist raven. Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is african. American identifies as queer told reporters. Her gesture from the medal. Podium represented the quote intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet unquote and other olympic news. Us gymnastic superstar. Simone biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons..

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:55 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"In Burma the head of the military hunter has named himself prime minister 6 months after the military seized power in a coup. Army chief min Hong Kang has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military who will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections in 2023. Since the coup more than 900 people have been killed and thousands arrested. The Washington Post reports police in the United States shot dead more than 1000 people in 2020. The highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in 2015. About one in 5 fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past 6 years The Washington Post has documented more than 6400 fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day. In Connecticut an Ecuadorian father of three who lived in a basement of a New Haven church for two years to avoid deportation has been granted a one year stay of removal. Nelson pinos has been living in the U.S. for nearly three decades the 47 year old was given a deportation order in 2017 prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church. In Tokyo the International Olympic Committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by U.S. shot put silver medalist Raven Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is African American and identifies as queer told reporters her gesture from the metal podium represented the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet. And other Olympic news U.S. nastic superstar Simone Biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on Tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the Belarusian athlete Christina similar skya has entered Poland's empathy in Tokyo requesting political asylum. The 24 year old athlete says she refused her coach's demand that she bore a flight Sunday to return to Belarus out of fears for her safety after she criticized Belarusian Olympic officials. An oka schumann the cofounder of bread and puppet theater company has died. Who was born in the Soviet Union in 1935 and brought to the United States in 1941. She and her husband Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in 1963. Their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to Vermont. Its processions involving monstrous puppets some of that 20 feet high became a fixture of protests against the Vietnam War. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flower and baked its own bread sharing it with audience members. This is oka schumann appearing in the 2001 film ah the hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter Tamar and Dede hallock. We have a grinder of the grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed. You really have to chew it you really have to put some work into it. But then you get something very good for that. And when our theaters successful we feel it's the same way. You've got to think about it doesn't tell you everything. It's not like wonder bread it just like there it is. Here's the story this is what it means. You've got to do some figuring yourself in the theater in our theater and if this play is successful then at the end you probably feel it was worth the work. Elka schumann died at the age of 85 on Sunday surrounded by her 5 children and her partner Peter schumann. And those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I mainly Goodman. The highly infectious coronavirus delta variant is crunching huge spikes in cases across the United States and around the world. With China struggling to control surging infections and the Philippines preparing for a new stricter lockdown. The United States is now averaging some 80,000 new COVID cases a day about 6 times as many daily cases than a month ago. As much of the world's struggles to cope with the pandemic and its impacts we begin today's show with the authors of a new book that examines the social and environmental routes of poor health. Your body is part of a society inflamed right the authors. And then it will speak with the co authors of inflamed deep medicine and the anatomy of injustice bestselling author Raj Patel and physician and activist rupa Maria. But first this is an animated introduction to their book by our Aaron kerbal. You wake up one morning with a dry hacking cough and you've lost your sense of smell. You visit your doctor for a diagnosis. With an x-ray and nasal swab she diagnoses COVID. The coronavirus infected your body and your lungs and nerves are now inflamed. The inflammation sends you to hospital and when you're in the ICU you look around and notice a disproportionate number of people of color in the United States hospitalization and death rates for people of color are far higher than for white people. You make another kind of diagnosis yourself. This you observe is the outcome of structural racism. But how do those structures come to be? To understand that we must go back 600 years to a time when a different pestilence spread across the globe one that continues today and which still makes us sick. And it makes us sick in a pattern way. Through inflammatory disease which underlies all the leading causes of death in industrialized places. European colonization transformed the planet through slavery genocide and disease colonists brought with them a cosmology that changed how people relate to each other and to the living world around them. Those who resisted were sent to the flight. This history lives inside you whether you know it or not since you were conceived your body has been exposed to the consequences of a world on fire. The COVID hospital ward and the specific patients who are in its beds look that way because of centuries of attempts to extinguish other kinds of knowledge and civilizations. If we understand disease with this new kind of diagnosis the treatment options become radically different. The deep medicine we prescribe to address the inflammation of people and planet has been prescribed by others before us. Rudolph on virchow and sitting ball and Franz vanon. Buddha are we and be our. And Harriet and Tubman. They understood that our modern eels can't simply be vaccinated away. We need a world rebuilt with care at its heart. But what does that look like? Many indigenous communities have resisted colonialism by continuing to care for the living world around them. They're careful life protects them inside and out. Indigenous communities defend the greatest reign to biodiversity on the planet and as a result hosts the most diverse microbiota inside their bodies. These microbes confer protection against inflammatory disease. When culture isn't capitalist and isn't colonized it consumes the inflammatory diseases that afflict us and fuel the burning of our planet. Steve medicine offers new and old stories that connect humans to the teaming microbes in our guts and to the teeming stars in the skies. We offer a glimpse into cosmologies that bring a cooling balm. To a world to societies.

United States oka schumann Peter schumann min Hong Kang New Haven church Nelson pinos The Washington Post Raven Saunders Simone Biles Christina similar skya Tokyo Dede hallock Elka schumann International Olympic Committe Burma rupa Maria Saunders Aaron kerbal hunter Belarus
"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:55 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"In Burma the head of the military hunter has named himself prime minister 6 months after the military seized power in a coup. Army chief min Hong Kang has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military who will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections in 2023. Since the coup more than 900 people have been killed and thousands arrested. The Washington Post reports police in the United States shot dead more than 1000 people in 2020. The highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in 2015. About one in 5 fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past 6 years The Washington Post has documented more than 6400 fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day. In Connecticut an Ecuadorian father of three who lived in a basement of a New Haven church for two years to avoid deportation has been granted a one year stay of removal. Nelson pinos has been living in the U.S. for nearly three decades the 47 year old was given a deportation order in 2017 prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church. In Tokyo the International Olympic Committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by U.S. shot put silver medalist Raven Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is African American and identifies as queer told reporters her gesture from the metal podium represented the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet. And other Olympic news U.S. nastic superstar Simone Biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on Tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the Belarusian athlete Christina similar skya has entered Poland's empathy in Tokyo requesting political asylum. The 24 year old athlete says she refused her coach's demand that she bore a flight Sunday to return to Belarus out of fears for her safety after she criticized Belarusian Olympic officials. An oka schumann the cofounder of bread and puppet theater company has died. Who was born in the Soviet Union in 1935 and brought to the United States in 1941. She and her husband Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in 1963. Their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to Vermont. Its processions involving monstrous puppets some of that 20 feet high became a fixture of protests against the Vietnam War. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flower and baked its own bread sharing it with audience members. This is oka schumann appearing in the 2001 film ah the hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter Tamar and Dede hallock. We have a grinder of the grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed. You really have to chew it you really have to put some work into it. But then you get something very good for that. And when our theaters successful we feel it's the same way. You've got to think about it doesn't tell you everything. It's not like wonder bread it just like there it is. Here's the story this is what it means. You've got to do some figuring yourself in the theater in our theater and if this play is successful then at the end you probably feel it was worth the work. Elka schumann died at the age of 85 on Sunday surrounded by her 5 children and her partner Peter schumann. And those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I mainly Goodman. The highly infectious coronavirus delta variant is crunching huge spikes in cases across the United States and around the world. With China struggling to control surging infections and the Philippines preparing for a new stricter lockdown. The United States is now averaging some 80,000 new COVID cases a day about 6 times as many daily cases than a month ago. As much of the world's struggles to cope with the pandemic and its impacts we begin today's show with the authors of a new book that examines the social and environmental routes of poor health. Your body is part of a society inflamed right the authors. And then it will speak with the co authors of inflamed deep medicine and the anatomy of injustice bestselling author Raj Patel and physician and activist rupa Maria. But first this is an animated introduction to their book by our Aaron kerbal. You wake up one morning with a dry hacking cough and you've lost your sense of smell. You visit your doctor for a diagnosis. With an x-ray and nasal swab she diagnoses COVID. The coronavirus infected your body and your lungs and nerves are now inflamed. The inflammation sends you to hospital and when you're in the ICU you look around and notice a disproportionate number of people of color in the United States hospitalization and death rates for people of color are far higher than for white people. You make another kind of diagnosis yourself. This you observe is the outcome of structural racism. But how do those structures come to be? To understand that we must go back 600 years to a time when a different pestilence spread across the globe one that continues today and which still makes us sick. And it makes us sick in a pattern way. Through inflammatory disease which underlies all the leading causes of death in industrialized places. European colonization transformed the planet through slavery genocide and disease colonists brought with them a cosmology that changed how people relate to each other and to the living world around them. Those who resisted were sent to the flight. This history lives inside you whether you know it or not since you were conceived your body has been exposed to the consequences of a world on fire. The COVID hospital ward and the specific patients who are in its beds look that way because of centuries of attempts to extinguish other kinds of knowledge and civilizations. If we understand disease with this new kind of diagnosis the treatment options become radically different. The deep medicine we prescribe to address the inflammation of people and planet has been prescribed by others before us. Rudolph on virchow and sitting ball and Franz vanon. Buddha are we and be our. And Harriet and Tubman. They understood that our modern eels can't simply be vaccinated away. We need a world rebuilt with care at its heart. But what does that look like? Many indigenous communities have resisted colonialism by continuing to care for the living world around them. They're careful life protects them inside and out. Indigenous communities defend the greatest reign to biodiversity on the planet and as a result hosts the most diverse microbiota inside their bodies. These microbes confer protection against inflammatory disease. When culture isn't capitalist and isn't colonized it consumes the inflammatory diseases that afflict us and fuel the burning of our planet. Steve medicine offers new and old stories that connect humans to the teaming microbes in our guts and to the teeming stars in the skies. We offer a glimpse into cosmologies that bring a cooling balm. To a world to societies.

United States oka schumann Peter schumann min Hong Kang New Haven church Nelson pinos The Washington Post Raven Saunders Simone Biles Christina similar skya Tokyo Dede hallock Elka schumann International Olympic Committe Burma rupa Maria Saunders Aaron kerbal hunter Belarus
"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:55 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"In Burma the head of the military hunter has named himself prime minister 6 months after the military seized power in a coup. Army chief min Hong Kang has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military who will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections in 2023. Since the coup more than 900 people have been killed and thousands arrested. The Washington Post reports police in the United States shot dead more than 1000 people in 2020. The highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in 2015. About one in 5 fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past 6 years The Washington Post has documented more than 6400 fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day. In Connecticut an Ecuadorian father of three who lived in a basement of a New Haven church for two years to avoid deportation has been granted a one year stay of removal. Nelson pinos has been living in the U.S. for nearly three decades the 47 year old was given a deportation order in 2017 prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church. In Tokyo the International Olympic Committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by U.S. shot put silver medalist Raven Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is African American and identifies as queer told reporters her gesture from the metal podium represented the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet. And other Olympic news U.S. nastic superstar Simone Biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on Tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the Belarusian athlete Christina similar skya has entered Poland's empathy in Tokyo requesting political asylum. The 24 year old athlete says she refused her coach's demand that she bore a flight Sunday to return to Belarus out of fears for her safety after she criticized Belarusian Olympic officials. An oka schumann the cofounder of bread and puppet theater company has died. Who was born in the Soviet Union in 1935 and brought to the United States in 1941. She and her husband Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in 1963. Their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to Vermont. Its processions involving monstrous puppets some of that 20 feet high became a fixture of protests against the Vietnam War. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flower and baked its own bread sharing it with audience members. This is oka schumann appearing in the 2001 film ah the hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter Tamar and Dede hallock. We have a grinder of the grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed. You really have to chew it you really have to put some work into it. But then you get something very good for that. And when our theaters successful we feel it's the same way. You've got to think about it doesn't tell you everything. It's not like wonder bread it just like there it is. Here's the story this is what it means. You've got to do some figuring yourself in the theater in our theater and if this play is successful then at the end you probably feel it was worth the work. Elka schumann died at the age of 85 on Sunday surrounded by her 5 children and her partner Peter schumann. And those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I mainly Goodman. The highly infectious coronavirus delta variant is crunching huge spikes in cases across the United States and around the world. With China struggling to control surging infections and the Philippines preparing for a new stricter lockdown. The United States is now averaging some 80,000 new COVID cases a day about 6 times as many daily cases than a month ago. As much of the world's struggles to cope with the pandemic and its impacts we begin today's show with the authors of a new book that examines the social and environmental routes of poor health. Your body is part of a society inflamed right the authors. And then it will speak with the co authors of inflamed deep medicine and the anatomy of injustice bestselling author Raj Patel and physician and activist rupa Maria. But first this is an animated introduction to their book by our Aaron kerbal. You wake up one morning with a dry hacking cough and you've lost your sense of smell. You visit your doctor for a diagnosis. With an x-ray and nasal swab she diagnoses COVID. The coronavirus infected your body and your lungs and nerves are now inflamed. The inflammation sends you to hospital and when you're in the ICU you look around and notice a disproportionate number of people of color in the United States hospitalization and death rates for people of color are far higher than for white people. You make another kind of diagnosis yourself. This you observe is the outcome of structural racism. But how do those structures come to be? To understand that we must go back 600 years to a time when a different pestilence spread across the globe one that continues today and which still makes us sick. And it makes us sick in a pattern way. Through inflammatory disease which underlies all the leading causes of death in industrialized places. European colonization transformed the planet through slavery genocide and disease colonists brought with them a cosmology that changed how people relate to each other and to the living world around them. Those who resisted were sent to the flight. This history lives inside you whether you know it or not since you were conceived your body has been exposed to the consequences of a world on fire. The COVID hospital ward and the specific patients who are in its beds look that way because of centuries of attempts to extinguish other kinds of knowledge and civilizations. If we understand disease with this new kind of diagnosis the treatment options become radically different. The deep medicine we prescribe to address the inflammation of people and planet has been prescribed by others before us. Rudolph on virchow and sitting ball and Franz vanon. Buddha are we and be our. And Harriet and Tubman. They understood that our modern eels can't simply be vaccinated away. We need a world rebuilt with care at its heart. But what does that look like? Many indigenous communities have resisted colonialism by continuing to care for the living world around them. They're careful life protects them inside and out. Indigenous communities defend the greatest reign to biodiversity on the planet and as a result hosts the most diverse microbiota inside their bodies. These microbes confer protection against inflammatory disease. When culture isn't capitalist and isn't colonized it consumes the inflammatory diseases that afflict us and fuel the burning of our planet. Steve medicine offers new and old stories that connect humans to the teaming microbes in our guts and to the teeming stars in the skies. We offer a glimpse into cosmologies that bring a cooling balm. To a world to societies.

United States oka schumann Peter schumann min Hong Kang New Haven church Nelson pinos The Washington Post Raven Saunders Simone Biles Christina similar skya Tokyo Dede hallock Elka schumann International Olympic Committe Burma rupa Maria Saunders Aaron kerbal hunter Belarus
"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Jacinda Arden spoke Sunday. Today I stand on behalf of the New Zealand government to offer a formal and unreserved apology to Pacific communities for the discriminatory implementation of the immigration laws of the 1970s that lead to the events of the dawn raids. In Burma the head of the military hunter has named himself prime minister 6 months after the military seized power in a coup. Army chief min Hong Kang has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military who will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections in 2023. Since the coup more than 900 people have been killed and thousands arrested. The Washington Post reports police in the United States shot dead more than 1000 people in 2020. The highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in 2015. About one in 5 fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past 6 years The Washington Post has documented more than 6400 fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day. In Connecticut an Ecuadorian father of three who lived in a basement of a New Haven church for two years to avoid deportation has been granted a one year stay of removal. Nelson pinos has been living in the U.S. for nearly three decades the 47 year old was given a deportation order in 2017 prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church. In Tokyo the International Olympic Committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by U.S. shot put silver medalist Raven Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is African American and identifies as queer told reporters her gesture from the metal podium represented the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet. And other Olympic news U.S. nastic superstar Simone Biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on Tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the Belarusian athlete Christina similar skya has entered Poland's empathy in Tokyo requesting political asylum. The 24 year old athlete says she refused her coach's demand that she bore a flight Sunday to return to Belarus out of fears for her safety after she criticized Belarusian Olympic officials. An oka schumann the cofounder of bread and puppet theater company has died. Who was born in the Soviet Union in 1935 and brought to the United States in 1941. She and her husband Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in 1963. Their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to Vermont. Its processions involving monstrous puppets some of that 20 feet high became a fixture of protests against the Vietnam War. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flower and baked its own bread sharing it with audience members. This is oka schumann appearing in the 2001 film ah the hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter Tamar and Dede hallock. We have a grinder of the grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed. You really have to chew it you really have to put some work into it. But then you get something very good for that. And when our theaters successful we feel it's the same way. You've got to think about it doesn't tell you everything. It's not like wonder bread it just like there it is. Here's the story this is what it means. You've got to do some figuring yourself in the theater in our theater and if this play is successful then at the end you probably feel it was worth the work. Elka schumann died at the age of 85 on Sunday surrounded by her 5 children and her partner Peter schumann. And those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I mainly Goodman. The highly infectious coronavirus delta variant is crunching huge spikes in cases across the United States and around the world. With China struggling to control surging infections and the Philippines preparing for a new stricter lockdown. The United States is now averaging some 80,000 new COVID cases a day about 6 times as many daily cases than a month ago. As much of the world's struggles to cope with the pandemic and its impacts we begin today's show with the authors of a new book that examines the social and environmental routes of poor health. Your body is part of a society inflamed right the authors. And then it will speak with the co authors of inflamed deep medicine and the anatomy of injustice bestselling author Raj Patel and physician and activist rupa Maria. But first this is an animated introduction to their book by our Aaron kerbal. You wake up one morning with a dry hacking cough and you've lost your sense of smell. You visit your doctor for a diagnosis. With an x-ray and nasal swab she diagnoses COVID. The coronavirus infected your body and your lungs and nerves are now inflamed. The inflammation sends you to hospital and when you're in the ICU you look around and notice a disproportionate number of people of color in the United States hospitalization and death rates for people of color are far higher than for white people. You make another kind of diagnosis yourself. This you observe is the outcome of structural racism. But how do those structures come to be? To understand that we must go back 600 years to a time when a different pestilence spread across the globe one that continues today and which still makes us sick. And it makes us sick in a pattern way. Through inflammatory disease which underlies all the leading causes of death in industrialized places. European colonization transformed the planet through slavery genocide and disease colonists brought with them a cosmology that changed how people relate to each other and to the living world around them. Those who resisted were sent to the flight. This history lives inside you whether you know it or not since you were conceived your body has been exposed to the consequences of a world on fire. The COVID hospital ward and the specific patients who are in its beds look that way because of centuries of attempts to extinguish other kinds of knowledge and civilizations. If we understand disease with this new kind of diagnosis the treatment options become radically different. The deep medicine we prescribe to address the inflammation of people and planet has been prescribed by others before us. Rudolph on virchow and sitting ball and.

United States oka schumann Peter schumann Jacinda Arden New Zealand government min Hong Kang New Haven church Nelson pinos The Washington Post Raven Saunders Simone Biles Christina similar skya Tokyo Dede hallock International Olympic Committe Elka schumann Burma Saunders hunter Pacific
"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Jacinda Arden spoke Sunday. Today I stand on behalf of the New Zealand government to offer a formal and unreserved apology to Pacific communities for the discriminatory implementation of the immigration laws of the 1970s that lead to the events of the dawn raids. In Burma the head of the military hunter has named himself prime minister 6 months after the military seized power in a coup. Army chief min Hong Kang has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military who will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections in 2023. Since the coup more than 900 people have been killed and thousands arrested. The Washington Post reports police in the United States shot dead more than 1000 people in 2020. The highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in 2015. About one in 5 fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past 6 years The Washington Post has documented more than 6400 fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day. In Connecticut an Ecuadorian father of three who lived in a basement of a New Haven church for two years to avoid deportation has been granted a one year stay of removal. Nelson pinos has been living in the U.S. for nearly three decades the 47 year old was given a deportation order in 2017 prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church. In Tokyo the International Olympic Committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by U.S. shot put silver medalist Raven Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is African American and identifies as queer told reporters her gesture from the metal podium represented the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet. And other Olympic news U.S. nastic superstar Simone Biles says she will compete in the balance beam competition on Tuesday about a week after she withdrew from her team finals for mental health reasons. Meanwhile the Belarusian athlete Christina similar skya has entered Poland's empathy in Tokyo requesting political asylum. The 24 year old athlete says she refused her coach's demand that she bore a flight Sunday to return to Belarus out of fears for her safety after she criticized Belarusian Olympic officials. An oka schumann the cofounder of bread and puppet theater company has died. Who was born in the Soviet Union in 1935 and brought to the United States in 1941. She and her husband Peter schumann began the bread and puppet theater company in 1963. Their first productions range from puppet shows for children to pieces protesting poor housing conditions. The group later moved to Vermont. Its processions involving monstrous puppets some of that 20 feet high became a fixture of protests against the Vietnam War. The bread and puppet theater also milled its own flower and baked its own bread sharing it with audience members. This is oka schumann appearing in the 2001 film ah the hopeful pageantry of bread and puppet produced by her daughter Tamar and Dede hallock. We have a grinder of the grind the grain ourselves and the bread is not at all like your supermarket bed. You really have to chew it you really have to put some work into it. But then you get something very good for that. And when our theaters successful we feel it's the same way. You've got to think about it doesn't tell you everything. It's not like wonder bread it just like there it is. Here's the story this is what it means. You've got to do some figuring yourself in the theater in our theater and if this play is successful then at the end you probably feel it was worth the work. Elka schumann died at the age of 85 on Sunday surrounded by her 5 children and her partner Peter schumann. And those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I mainly Goodman. The highly infectious coronavirus delta variant is crunching huge spikes in cases across the United States and around the world. With China struggling to control surging infections and the Philippines preparing for a new stricter lockdown. The United States is now averaging some 80,000 new COVID cases a day about 6 times as many daily cases than a month ago. As much of the world's struggles to cope with the pandemic and its impacts we begin today's show with the authors of a new book that examines the social and environmental routes of poor health. Your body is part of a society inflamed right the authors. And then it will speak with the co authors of inflamed deep medicine and the anatomy of injustice bestselling author Raj Patel and physician and activist rupa Maria. But first this is an animated introduction to their book by our Aaron kerbal. You wake up one morning with a dry hacking cough and you've lost your sense of smell. You visit your doctor for a diagnosis. With an x-ray and nasal swab she diagnoses COVID. The coronavirus infected your body and your lungs and nerves are now inflamed. The inflammation sends you to hospital and when you're in the ICU you look around and notice a disproportionate number of people of color in the United States hospitalization and death rates for people of color are far higher than for white people. You make another kind of diagnosis yourself. This you observe is the outcome of structural racism. But how do those structures come to be? To understand that we must go back 600 years to a time when a different pestilence spread across the globe one that continues today and which still makes us sick. And it makes us sick in a pattern way. Through inflammatory disease which underlies all the leading causes of death in industrialized places. European colonization transformed the planet through slavery genocide and disease colonists brought with them a cosmology that changed how people relate to each other and to the living world around them. Those who resisted were sent to the flight. This history lives inside you whether you know it or not since you were conceived your body has been exposed to the consequences of a world on fire. The COVID hospital ward and the specific patients who are in its beds look that way because of centuries of attempts to extinguish other kinds of knowledge and civilizations. If we understand disease with this new kind of diagnosis the treatment options become radically different. The deep medicine we prescribe to address the inflammation of people and planet has been prescribed by others before us. Rudolph on virchow and sitting ball and.

United States oka schumann Peter schumann Jacinda Arden New Zealand government min Hong Kang New Haven church Nelson pinos The Washington Post Raven Saunders Simone Biles Christina similar skya Tokyo Dede hallock International Olympic Committe Elka schumann Burma Saunders hunter Pacific
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Democracy Now! Audio

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Arden spoke Sunday. Today I stand on behalf of the New Zealand government to offer a formal and unreserved apology to Pacific communities for the discriminatory implementation of the immigration laws of the 1970s that lead to the events of the dawn raids. In Burma the head of the military hunter has named himself prime minister 6 months after the military seized power in a coup. Army chief min Hong Kang has announced the state of emergency imposed after the military who will extend for two more years. He also vowed to hold elections in 2023. Since the coup more than 900 people have been killed and thousands arrested. The Washington Post reports police in the United States shot dead more than 1000 people in 2020. The highest number since the post began an effort to track police shootings in 2015. About one in 5 fatal shootings occurred after police were called to investigate reports of domestic violence or another type of domestic disturbance over the past 6 years The Washington Post has documented more than 6400 fatal police shootings an average of almost three per day. In Connecticut an Ecuadorian father of three who lived in a basement of a New Haven church for two years to avoid deportation has been granted a one year stay of removal. Nelson pinos has been living in the U.S. for nearly three decades the 47 year old was given a deportation order in 2017 prompting him to seek sanctuary at the church. In Tokyo the International Olympic Committee says it's investigating whether an ex gesture made by U.S. shot put silver medalist Raven Saunders violated its ban on political statements. Saunders who is African American and identifies as queer told reporters her gesture from the metal podium represented the.

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Silver Medalist Raven Saunders Raises Hands in ‘X’ in Olympic Protest

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Silver Medalist Raven Saunders Raises Hands in ‘X’ in Olympic Protest

"Became the first Tokyo Olympic athlete to defy rules against protesting on the medal podium. NPR's laid out Fadel reports Raven Saunders donned a silver medal around her neck and then raised her arms over her head in the shape of an ex. Later, Saunders explained that the X represented the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet Saunders is an out and proud black woman and a fierce advocate for social justice on behalf of the community. She represents. She's captured the world's attention with her purple and green hair. Her ultra ego, the Hulk in her larger than life personality, protesting on the podium comes with the threat of sanctions by Olympic organizers. But there's growing opposition to the ban. Saunders later tweeted let them try and take this medal. Leila Fadel NPR

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Olympics Latest: 6 Banished for Breaking COVID Rules

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Olympics Latest: 6 Banished for Breaking COVID Rules

"Team USA racked up six more medals on offense this Sunday morning in Tokyo American swimmers picked up three golds and a silver highlighted by Caleb Dressel who won the men's fifty meter freestyle and was part of the men's four by one hundred medley relay he helped set Olympic record times in both events just to set everyone down and put that world record right in our face and say this is something we can do and like my side we've all done the times you know there's no reason we shouldn't shouldn't get there so to see it on the board it's spectacular and it's really special how do you think won the other gold in the men's fifteen hundred freestyle American shot putter raven Saunders earned a silver with a throw of nineteen point seven nine meters and Hannah Roberts won a silver in the inaugural woman cycle BMX freestyle I'm Danny count

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"raven saunders" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

04:59 min | 2 months ago

"raven saunders" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"And stay with us after that for look at. What's happening here in the dc metro region from the w. You newsroom simone. Biles is the most decorated gymnasts in the world at twenty four years old. She has won thirty six medals. Twenty seven of those are gold but something was different for byles at this year's tokyo games two and a half and i ended up doing the line and a half. The advance of moviles. Talking about is called an amfar. It involves a back handspring with two and a half twists in the air before landing for most gymnasts. That would be super complicated. Byles has done it many times before perfectly but on tuesday at a little bit lock in the air at a press conference to explain what happened from the day's event shows biles consulting with us team. Doctor marcy foshan before walking off the field of play a little later she returned and made a decision that caught the world off guard. I was like. I think the girls need to do the rest of the competition without me and there were took off her gear and hugged. Her teammates. Usually don't hear me taping like that. Because i'll usually persevere and push through things but not to call the team a medal. So athletes often withdraw from competition over physical injuries like strains and fractures but at the press conference simone. Biles was candid that this was something different. Like shaking could barely nab. I've never felt like this going into a competition before. And i tried to go out here and have fun in warm up in the back when a little bit better but then once i came out here i was like no mental not there so on wednesday byles also withdrew from the individual. All around gymnastics competition. She could still compete in next week's individual event competitions sometimes to even sit out the big crunch titians to focus on yourself because it shows how strong of a competitor and person that you really are rather than just battle through it consider. This athletes have always been under intense pressure and for black athletes. The unique scrutiny experience and make that pressure feel like what. Simone biles called weight of the world from npr. I'm ari shapiro. it's thursday july twenty ninth. npr's planet money. Summer school is back. This season is all about investing. We've got stories of big bets. Bubble spotting and cute animals to every wednesday to labor day from npr's planet money. It's considered this from npr in the last few years. Olympians have spoken more openly about mental health as a hurdle they have to overcome a raven. Saunders opened up about struggling with depression after returning from rio in two thousand sixteen. Sprinter noah lyles tweeted about making the decision to start taking antidepressant medication in two thousand twenty and of course tennis player. Naomi osaka withdrew from the french open and wimbledon. This year saying she wanted to focus on her mental health. Mental health in a weak performance. Context is actually oftentimes about managing the ability to function in an elite performance. Setting recognizing that it's inherently unhealthy. That's mark how yagi he is co director of sport and performance psychology at the university of denver. He told. Npr's also chang. The different sports require different kinds of psychological. Training take gymnastics. It's an endurance event. She'll see a lot more training of what we call preparatory anticipatory which is where you visualize or train with yourself. In adverse circumstances you're behind in the race and you prepare by responding. Exactly how you'd like to respond to that set of adverse stances and i'll yagi says athletes get older and the prefrontal cortex fully. Develops they better understand the dangers of their sport. What's important about that is one of the major roles. Prefrontal cortex is to model future and understand what consequences are actions. Now we'll have in the future and so you know we've heard about some of miles for example talk about how.

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