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"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"We don't want to even be reminded of how little the time is. We have on our hands. And that's, I guess, what we do when we put our shows out there, we hope that there is this connection with the guest and with the people listening and that they can just take something from it. Absolutely. Well, I'm grateful to have connected with you, Regina. We are many, many thousands of miles apart. I don't know when you're planning to come to Los Angeles or when I'm planning to go to Hong Kong. It's been over 35 years since I was in Hong Kong. So it's been a while. But I know a listener of hashtag impact. I'm listening not just because we're friends now, not because we're colleagues, but because I get something from what you do. So how do my listeners, how do they connect to your show? I think one of the tricky things is you don't type in the actual hashtag symbol. What was I thinking? That's what I did at first. And I'm like, it's not coming up. It's so confusing. What was I thinking? I love my brand. I love how it looks the hashtag in my logo. But that's not what you do. You actually have to put in your spell it out in the browser. If you spell it out in the browser hashtag impact dot com, you will get to the podcast. You will find all the resources and all the shows there. You can also just Google Regina larco, and then there is something coming up. And then there will be something you can find there. Yeah, and I would say if they're actually searching for your show on whatever platform they use to listen to podcasts. Again, don't type in the symbol, but you type in hashtag impact. And it's the first thing that's going to be looking at you. You've got what, over a 170 almost. Yeah, it's going. I lost the count, but it's probably around around a 170 hours. There's something there for everybody that you will find worthwhile. And I think your purpose, your mission of not just your show, but you yourself personally, it's so clear. You don't want to have your time on this planet. Just not matter. And it starts with finding your voice using your voice, and you have found and use your voice to amplify other people's voices. There are some people that once they find their voice, they just draw everybody else out. And that's what I find so wonderful about you. And so attractive is that you take all of your gifts and you multiply them through other people. That's clearly one of the sources of joy for you is when you see these seeds that you help nurture take off. And it's all about seeing this impact like ripples in a pond, go farther and farther. All the best to you, I think that your show only has an upside. As long as you really want to do it, you know. And that sometimes is not the easiest thing. If it's really centered in our own desire to do it, other things come up in life, you know? I just bought a legacy contract with my software for editing. So I'm not going to get this is the Chinese site. I'm not going to get my benefit out of it. If you don't keep broadcasting for at least three more years. I'm so much looking forward to that as well. I really enjoy your show. Thank you for putting it out there. I love that I get to know you a bit better and every episode too and this little intros I love it and the guests that you bring on. Thank you for what you do. And congratulations on all the milestones. The ones you already celebrated, but the ones that are still ahead. Well, we're in this together and for the long haul. So I will let you go on to the rest of your morning and afternoon and I'm going to eat dinner. I'm so thrilled that we were able to do this Regina..

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"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

07:31 min | 2 months ago

"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"So she's got a Chinese mother and she has a white father. She speaks perfect English without any kind of non American exit, but she's flew in and ended it because she spends like three or four months of the year with her other relatives in Beijing. She chose to join the Chinese risking team and she just won her first gold yesterday. I was telling my wife because we've been watching some of this and I said, I can't think of a more perfect person for China to have as a face with this Olympics because she's fashion model beautiful. She's 18 years old. She's so articulate. She's diplomatic. So when people are peppering her with questions about human rights and stuff like that, she doesn't Dodge it, but she doesn't get herself in a hole. And then she has these extraordinary athletic abilities that has made her the favorite and then she comes through. She didn't mess up. And so I'm like, oh my gosh, this girl has a future. She's already got like 20 endorsement think Louis Vuitton. All this kind of stuff. So it's like, I don't know what else she was planning on doing. But as far as this Winter Olympics is concerned, even with all the COVID complications, what have you, she has just risen above so many other people. And I'm happy for her. But all I'm saying is when you are studying synology at the university of Austria in Vienna, you were very much in the minority at your university right now at this particular time in world history, we're all thinking about China. And, you know, not all positive, but I think it's interesting. Tell us how you ended up moving to Beijing. Here's this Chinese studies major can read and write, speak fluent Mandarin, but you've never been there. How did you get to a job in Beijing? And then tell us a little bit about how that job went and how you kind of changed your attitude. About whether or not this is what you really wanted to do. Yeah, we arrived after we and when I say we is me and my husband because we met during our year abroad in Beijing. He's from Sweden and then we met there and then that's a whole other story. I'm not going to go into that now. But he can speak Mandarin too? Yeah, he can speak mentoring too. Wow. So I'm so embarrassed when language. We packed a bag, and we went to Shanghai. So we met in Beijing, we studied there, but then we both went back to Europe to graduate from university. And we lived in Vienna for a while. And then we packed our bags at some point and said, okay, why not go to Shanghai for a year? Because a lot of our friends had moved to Shanghai during that time. It was financial crisis happening as with 2008. It was hard to find jobs anyway and Europe or anywhere. And then the Friends actually in Shanghai they really encouraged us to come here because at that point it was very easy just to get it. Yeah, I mean, this is all impossible now. I mean, now even with the COVID, but even before that, it got much harder to even do it the way we did because we arrived with a tourist. We used we had a three month tourist Visa, both bag of clothes. And we just looked for a job in Shanghai. And we both found jobs because this was also an exciting time. They were gearing up for the world exhibition in Shanghai at that time. So we both found really rewarding jobs, my husband in, what does he always call it? I find it so interesting how he frames it national branding. So he was with the consulate with the Swedish consulate, doesn't that sound so much cooler? National branding. Yeah, right. And I was with the German think tank there. And that was amazing. Now I arrive in a way kind of that strategy I had in the back of my head, maybe I can report from China, right? Now it wasn't broadcasting, but it was still kind of like reporting from the world exhibition because now I was there and I was with this think tank. So people in Germany, they wanted to know what's happening. So we were kind of like, yeah, sharing reports about what was happening in the city. And then the same then with the opportunity in Beijing as well. So within the same think tank, I was then kind of like following my boss at the time who said he would like to continue working with me in Beijing. And I was sitting at the table with really amazing smart scientists and researchers and we would always bring together European scientists with it was mainly European focus because this was a German think tank, but we often had we did have bringing the American perspective as well. We had like this trilateral dialog and we organized this great conferences and we gave out scholarships to Chinese students who would want to do their doctor degree in Germany. So that was a big part of my work as well to work with these young students to get them ready to go study in Germany. And you know that was amazing for the time I did it. It was amazing, but I was also, you know, I was the quiet researcher. I was writing the reports that I was writing the summaries of the conferences, and I loved it for 5 years. I did that. But then I feel like I grew a bit out of the room. I kind of wanted my boss's job. Right? I was like, you know, I could. I could host that conference. I could moderate that panel, and he saw that. He was really, I mean, he was very encouraging to me he would give me more responsibility as well as certain workshops, where he would say, okay, you take the lead now, you moderate that panel. So that was great. But it was still not enough. I felt I had outgrown the role. So when my husband then got the opportunity to relocate to Hong Kong, we were so excited because that also gave me an opportunity to think about, okay, what do I want to do next? With my career. And that's kind of when slowly but surely I started exploring freelancing a lot and that's also when the podcast idea took shape. Did you ever, especially in those early years? Russell with what we call here impostor syndrome. Do you know what that is? Oh, yeah. I gave my impostor syndrome a name. She has a name. Oh, okay. Her name is nova. I'm talking to her regularly. She always checks in with me. And I was like, hey, Regina. You suck at this. Why are you doing this? No, she doesn't say you suck at this. What my impostor syndrome nova does is she just tries to keep me safe, right? She tries to talk me out of things because I think she thinks I'm comfortable where I am right now. I think that doesn't stop. Does that ever stop for you? I think it does and then it poked his head up again. So, you know, I'm in my own little lane here. I've developed this. I started my show maybe two years before yours. And, you know, I kind of have this sense of who I am and what I do. And then I start talking, there's this national group called the Asian American journalist.

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"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Where is that coming from? How's that going? I was just like, how does she have time for this? I mean, I got my hands full, but for you to graciously put yourself out there and say, hey, you all don't have to learn it the way I learned it. And maybe you had some coaches and mentors in your early time. And so you're paying it forward, right? Tell me a little bit about that part of your work is trying to put more podcasts out there where people are actually using their voices. Yeah, I think I started to go on my friend's nerves, you know? Because I wanted to talk everyone into the starting a podcast. Because I love podcasting so much. But then my Friends, some of them were interested, some of them were not interested. So I was like, okay, maybe I should just tell more people about the amazing thing that podcasting can do for you. But okay, jokes aside, it came naturally, actually by that, what happened with the co host as well, that they were reaching out, wanting to learn about podcasting. I started podcasting in 2016. I started my research in 2017, I launched here in Hong Kong. There weren't that many English speaking podcasts out there in general, the market was rather quiet still. And so it was very easy for me in a way that was my benefit to kind of position myself here in Hong Kong and someone who knows about podcasting. So quickly, people reached out, even schools reached out, university, like that said, oh, can you come in and talk about podcasting? So that's how it started. And then people wanted to know, okay, but how do I actually do it? How do I edit an audio file? So I invited them to my coworking space and I showed them, you know, you click this button and this button. And at some point I realized, you know, that's not very sustainable. I don't have time for that. Yeah, I was just thinking that Regina. Yeah. I don't have time for that. So it was around 2000, like one year into my podcasting journey, 2018. I can not decided I'm going to build this podcasting course. And I know there were courses out there already, and online course. But what I felt was missing from other courses. And that's why I never booked one. I started on my own. I did it on my own, the hard way, looking through all the YouTube tutorials, trying to find because the things that were out there were very technical, right? This is what you do to start a podcast and so on. But what I realized was what I would have really missed or needed at what then also I saw in my market research was that the hard thing is not like when you get to the editing, you're already halfway there because you kind of already made the decision and then yes you learn. It's a bit annoying at first, but then you can get the hang of it, right? Yeah. But the hard thing is to start in the first place and to have the courage to say, you know, I have important things to say. And my voice matters, right? So there is a lot about that that went into the making of my course. That is very encouraging, right? So every chapter is standard, a little challenge for them in the end. I really want them to feel that I'm like the cheerleader and the mentor that is taking them on the hand and walking them through it step by step. So that has been so rewarding. I'm so happy. It took me a year to build it, but then once it was ready, I'm so glad I did invest that time because the people that have graduated from the program. They are, first of all, they're amazing, but also these are lasting relationships now as well. I continue working with them. I see how they're growing their audience. And now, I guess it's just my nature as well. And I guess it's also one of the earliest things I loved playing as a child. Was to play school. I loved to play school. I love to be a teacher and teach my little brother during the weekend what he hated, of course. So I guess it all kind of came together like that somehow. And is it accurate? I think I read on your web page that you've helped launch dozens of new podcasts. The people who've taken your course and graduated and have actually gone ahead and done their thing. It's not like two or three people. Yes, no. And it's also it's even before the course was launched. Now there are so many people that even before I had the course ready that reached out to me and said, you know, I really want to start, but I don't know how I had people in my I did like little challenges where I did like 5 day challenges where just helped them to get kick start their podcast. Gosh, I have to even list them all on the website. I'm actually pretty bad at keeping up with that to put every single one of them on there. But I guess I should, because I still haven't touched with them, right? So. Yeah. What makes me so happy is that, of course, the people that resonate with the topics I feature on hashtag impact. It's the people that launched a podcast that are also very impactful. You know, they also want to do something good in the world. So in a way, it's a beautiful domino effect, and it's also the working with NGOs that's really rewarding, so I always have NGO beneficiaries. That's what I call them. So when people are signing up for the course, they are also enabling an NGO to do the program for free. So. In that way,.

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"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"To this day, I'm still marveling at this offer, because it means that the work that Christopher Wong and I began back in May 2015 has value for not just this moment in time, but for generations to come. The fact that UCLA's has offered to promote this podcast as one of its resources and that they'll store all the episodes in their digital library. Well, let's just say that this humbles me to be given this honor, and it inspires me to keep searching out more Asian American culture makers and shapers to invite into a conversation with me. But after talking with IT person, I learned that I needed to go back and tag all the completed episodes in order to facilitate people's search efforts. That meant my going back and reviewing nearly 300 episodes, plus adding tags to the new ones every week. Suffice it to say, the proverbial ball was in my court, and I dropped it. For over two years yeah, I could blame the pandemic, but honestly, having to stay home for two years was the ideal setup for me to review and tag those episodes. I focused instead on cranking out weekly interviews and episodes, but the centers offer was always dangling above my head like the famous sword of damocles. However, when I began working last fall with Blake Gaiman to revamp my web page, it was the perfect time for me to add those pesky tags, developing a new mindset, and a new task in my workflow. But it wasn't until my interview with Regina that the final piece of this puzzle materialized. I'd stop recording, and we were chatting before signing off. That's when I told her about the center's amazing, unprecedented offer. I confess that I still needed to call the centers IT person back to make this a reality, however. This is what she said to me. Can you've been given an unbelievable opportunity? Clearly, the center thinks that what you're doing is making an impact now and has the potential to keep making an impact long after you've ended your show. I tell you what, I'm going to help you. Even though I live on the other side of the world, I'm going to hold you accountable to make that follow-up call to the IT person. I'll check back with you in about a month. Let's say February 28th. This is too important to significant for its remain undone. Regina is all about us leading impactful lives. So I wasn't surprised when she quickly lit a fire under me. I made that call with two weeks to spare. And the connection between the center and my podcast has now been established. When we procrastinate, when we put things off that we know we still need to do, I'm guessing that there can be subconscious reasons at work. In my case, there was definitely a part of me that was dreading having to review and tag all those episodes. But in light of what Regina and I dig into the end of our conversation, I also think that it was my impostor syndrome at work again in my head. Is what you've done with this podcast really that valuable? Really worth saving? Why would anyone out there be interested in listening to your interviews? Myself canceling voice is obviously still floating around in the recesses of my subconscious. Fortunately, this time, Regina not only contradicted that voice. But offered her partnership to get things moving again. No, Regina larco.

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"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"regina" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"And welcome to Asian America they can find podcasts where mission continues to be to invite Asian American culture makers and shapers to share their stories with us. And, as always, I'm your host, Ken fong. Welcome to episode 362. My guest today is Austrian podcaster Regina larco, who at the time of this recording was still living and broadcasting from Hong Kong, but she and her family just recently moved back to Austria. She founded the hashtag impact podcast to shed light on incredible change makers who were often too modest to share about the impactful work that they're doing. Regina and I met as members of the Asian American podcasters association, which, if you listen to last week's episode, is how I also got to know shina yap Chan. At first, I was surprised that she was part of her group. I mean, she's Austrian, right? But then I learned that a, she knows lots more about China than I ever will be, she speaks reads and writes Mandarin. C, she's worked in Shanghai and Beijing, and D, she lives in Hong Kong. So while she's not Asian, Regina has a lived out affinity for all things Chinese. And I also thought you would thoroughly enjoy hearing the up and down journey she took to land in Hong Kong, and to launch the hashtag impact podcast. Her enthusiasm for this platform inspired her to create an online podcast in creating course, which has resulted in many more people discovering their unique voices and starting their own shows. Near the end of our conversation, we both think deeply about what motivates any person to create something out of nothing and to keep it going. As you'll soon discover, she's a wonderful human being, and an infectious communicator. A grateful welcome to those of you who are first time listeners. If you're here because of Regina, I think you'll also love listening to my.

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Jennifer Hudson wins top honor at 53rd NAACP Image Awards

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Jennifer Hudson wins top honor at 53rd NAACP Image Awards

"Jennifer Hudson has won entertainer of the year at the end W. C. P. image awards on Saturday marches are a letter with the latest Jennifer Hudson beat out Regina king little nonsense making the stallion and Tiffany had is for entertainer of the year Hudson said during the B. ET broadcast she was standing there because she watch the N. double ACP image awards is because of seeing the a repose and Patti LaBelle the Holly berries all these legends you know right here on this stage that inspired me so thank you end up with a C. P. for inspiring girls like me other winners include Will Smith Anthony Anderson sterling K. brown Issa rae and Angela Bassett

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Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Hit With 16 Months Behind Bars

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:51 min | 4 months ago

Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Hit With 16 Months Behind Bars

"Remember Kim Potter, this is the policewoman who accidentally shot. Daunte Wright. And you might remember from the video the tragic scene, he has Dante Wright, he's trying to get away and Kim Potter is trying to restrain him. She goes for her taser. And we know this because she even shouts on the camera footage. I'll tase you taser taser and then boom. She fires a single round and then she realizes she got her gun instead and daunte Wright collapses and then Kim Potter bawling collapses herself on the curb. So this is, I mean, it's horrific. It's a certain kind of negligence. I mean, you have to be trained to tell the difference between a taser and a gun. But at the same time, this was unquestionably an accident. And an accident by definition is not a crime, but nevertheless, Dante Wright being black. I think if he had been white a whole different story, but since he was black, suddenly it became, you got to prosecute or you got to charge her and sure enough she's charged with first degree manslaughter, which is a crime. And the jury in a kind of charged political environment goes ahead and finds her guilty. Both actually are for us to agree on second degree. Manslaughter and now Kim Potter comes up before a judge chew. This is Regina Chu for sentencing. And something really kind of remarkable happens. The prosecution is going for a 7 year sentence. In prison. Wow. 7 years sentence for an accidental shooting. And daunte Wright's family is, you know, piling on, they're like, yo, she should get the maximum sentence. She's not remorseful. And so they were there talking about how it was the worst day of their life, and of course I understand their loss. And Kim Potter does, because at the sentencing Kim Potter breaks down and she says to she says to daunte Wright, she says that the family of daunte Wright, I'm so sorry. I brought the death of your son, father, brother, uncle grandson, nephew, and then she says to the mom, Katie, I understand her mother's love. I'm sorry I broke your heart, my heart is broken for all of you. And this was so moving in the courtroom that the judge began to cry. This is judge Regina Chu and the judge basically says, come on, quote she never intended to hurt anyone, her conduct cries out for a sentence. Significantly below the guidelines. And so what does Kim Potter get? 16 months. And she's quite likely to be out in half of that.

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Judge Regina Chu Did the Best She Could on Kim Potter Case

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Judge Regina Chu Did the Best She Could on Kim Potter Case

"Ex police officer Kim Potter shouldn't serve one minute in jail It's an accident That's the whole point of the body cams right Here's judge Regina Chu today Cut 13 go Given all these considerations and having carefully considered the commons of the family And of both daunting right And the comments of Kimberly Potter as well as the arguments of counsel it is essential and judgment of this court that you shall be committed to the custody of the commissioner of corrections for a period of 24 months You shall serve two thirds of that time or 16 months in prison and a third supervised release assuming no disciplinary disciplinary offense or a conditional release violations So this judge judge Chu stood up Against the prosecutors who wanted 7 years Stood up against rights family who wanted the book thrown out which would have been 25 years And in my view Kim Potter shouldn't do one minute in jail Not one minute But I think this judge did the best that she could With no question Her concern for people breathing down The back of her neck and the potential For God knows what

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Kim Potter Sentenced to 2 Years for Accidentally Killing Daunte Wright

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Kim Potter Sentenced to 2 Years for Accidentally Killing Daunte Wright

"And so Potter was sentenced today to two years in prison For the death of Dante Wright she thought she was firing her taser Now why is that The 26 year Brooklyn center police veteran as the New York Post notes was convicted of manslaughter in December for the fatal shooting which took place after tried to flee a traffic stop Video from the scene showed Potter shout that she was going for her taser though she'd mistakenly pulled her pistol She fired a single shot before realizing her mistake Now judge Regina Chu said during sentencing this is one of the saddest cases I've had on my 20 years on the bench This is a cop who made a tragic mistake She'll be available or eligible for supervised released after 16 months in prison

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Oscars 2022 hosts confirmed as Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Oscars 2022 hosts confirmed as Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall

"After three years without a hosted the Academy Awards will have three house this year marches are a letter with the latest Regina hall Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes will host the Oscars on March twenty seventh each one will host one hour of the three hour ABC broadcast the last time the Oscars had three host was in nineteen eighty seven with Chevy Chase Goldie Hawn and Paul Hogan producer will Packer says hall Schumer and Sykes are three of the most dynamic hilarious women with very different comedic

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Ian Alexander Jr., only child of Regina King, dies at age 26

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Ian Alexander Jr., only child of Regina King, dies at age 26

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‘Harder They Fall,’ 'Insecure,' H.E.R. nab NAACP awards noms

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

‘Harder They Fall,’ 'Insecure,' H.E.R. nab NAACP awards noms

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"regina" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

07:35 min | 6 months ago

"regina" Discussed on The One You Feed

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Our guest on this episode is Regina Louise, an American author, child advocate, and motivational speaker who is best known for successfully navigating through more than 30 foster home placements as a ward of the California juvenile court system. Today, Regina and Eric discuss her book, permission granted. Kick ass strategies to bootstrap your way to unconditional self love. Hey Regina, welcome to the show. Hierarch. Thank you for inviting me. I am really excited to talk with you. We are going to be discussing your book that's called permission granted. Kick ass strategies to bootstrap your way to unconditional self love. But before we do that, we'll start like we always do with the parable. In the parable there's a grandmother who's talking with her granddaughter. And she says in life, there are two wolves inside of us that are always at battle. One is a good wolf, which represents things like kindness and bravery and love, and the others a bad wolf which represents things like greed and hatred and fear. And the granddaughter stops, she thinks about it for a second. She looks up at her grandma, and she said, well, grandmother, which one wins? And the grandmother says the one you feed. So I'd like to start off by asking you what that parable means to you in your life and in the work that you do. Beautiful. What comes to mind right now is we are born into the circumstances we're born into. For some those circumstances are rich and are fortifying in that we have parents or caregivers who are there to validate. Our experience, our realities, and so we move through life, perhaps. With a balanced sense of self. And for me, that wasn't my experience, and so I was born into the pure raw emotions of all the challenges of life and so in me lives dwarf of envy. As well as the wolf of possibility and I have tread the razors edge of both all of my life. So when I feed envy, I feed insecurity. I feed lack of self worth. I feed. Less than I feed a false self. When I feed possibility I picked myself up by my boot straps. And I become effective, intentional, determined, I move from a place of wonder, imagination and excitement. And respect for this thing called me. It's beautiful. Before we get into your book, I think having a little bit of knowledge about your background, you referred to it there just a second ago. You know, you were not born into very fortunate circumstances. And then it's safe to say things potentially got worse. From there, I'm not laughing at your childhood. It's just it's a remarkable story and while you've told that story in a variety of places and we're not going to go into it in its long form at all. A minute or two about it might help give listeners a little context about your background before we move into your book and your strategies that you've used to really heal yourself. Thank you, Eric for that preface into what I'm going to respond to because you identify the quality of remarkable. My life is remarkable. And I will accept that I will move forward and answering. The question from that place of my life being remarkable. That's beautiful. I grew up in the same, unlicensed, foster home, which would be referred to today as a kinship home of sorts. My mother lost her mother. And early childhood latency age and she actually was found sitting next to her. Mother's body who had been deceased. And then was taken in by a neighbor. And all sorts of things. Were afoot. You could say one might say my mother was a victim of being sexually trafficked. And my sister was born such an act. Whereas I am the.

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Jurors at Kim Potter trial resume work Wednesday

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Jurors at Kim Potter trial resume work Wednesday

"Jurors jurors in in the the trial trial of of a a suburban suburban Minneapolis Minneapolis police police officer officer who who shot shot and and killed killed black black motorist motorist Dante Dante Wright Wright or or deliberating deliberating for for a a third third day day jurors jurors started started deliberating deliberating Monday Monday night night and and Tuesday Tuesday after after twelve twelve hours hours without without a a verdict verdict they they asked asked judge judge Regina Regina Chu Chu how how to to proceed proceed if if they they can't can't reach reach a a verdict verdict she she told told them them to to continue continue their their work work former former Brooklyn Brooklyn center center officer officer Kim Kim potter potter who who is is white white is is charged charged with with first first and and second second degree degree manslaughter manslaughter if if convicted convicted of of the the most most serious serious charge charge potter potter would would face face a a sentence sentence of of about about seven seven years years under under state state guidelines guidelines however however prosecutors prosecutors have have said said they they will will seek seek more more potter potter said said she she meant meant to to use use her her taser taser on on right right rather rather than than her her god god I'm I'm Mike Mike Hampton Hampton

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Mostly white jury seated for trial in Daunte Wright's death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Mostly white jury seated for trial in Daunte Wright's death

"A a jury jury has has been been seated seated for for the the trial trial of of a a former former police police officer officer charged charged in in the the shooting shooting death death of of Dante Dante right right you you are are upholding upholding the the constitution constitution the the very very foundation foundation of of our our democracy democracy it it had had been been county county judge judge Regina Regina choose choose thank thank yours yours who who will will be be considering considering first first and and second second degree degree manslaughter manslaughter charges charges against against Kim Kim potter potter a a white white former former police police officer officer in in Brooklyn Brooklyn center center Minnesota Minnesota potter potter has has said said she she meant meant to to use use her her taser taser instead instead of of her her gun gun in in the the April April eleventh eleventh shooting shooting of of right right a a black black motorist motorist after after he he tried tried to to drive drive away away while while officers officers were were trying trying to to arrest arrest him him nine nine of of the the twelve twelve jurors jurors seated seated are are white white and and to to identify identify as as Asian Asian the the only only black black person person on on the the jury jury lives lives near near a a shopping shopping center center that that was was damaged damaged in in the the unrest unrest following following Wright's Wright's death death she she is is a a permitted permitted gun gun owner owner who who also also carries carries a a small small purple purple stun stun gun gun in in her her purse purse she she said said the the video video of of potter potter shooting shooting right right structure structure is is chaotic chaotic and and wondered wondered how how potter potter could could have have such such a a lapse lapse of of judgment judgment with with three three years years of of experience experience on on the the force force opening opening statements statements are are scheduled scheduled for for Wednesday Wednesday I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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"regina" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

02:54 min | 11 months ago

"regina" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"Is adjourned. I've been out by entire life. Removing the conditions to see the purity beneath and that is for me were stirrup. Meets on the heart and salt of emotional. So yes. I do believe that. Unconditional south love is regina. Our show is called. Nobody told me and we always ask our guests. What is your nobody told me less. So what is it that nobody told you about in life. And i'm sure there are probably a lot of different things but what comes to your mind when you think. Nobody told me that. And i had to learn the hard way and i'd like to pass it on to others. Best chime new survey. I went on a red onto instagram. And i looked you up. And i saw you tend to coast the quotes of what nobody told me and i thought i probably should. Have you know an experience of what nobody told of. Course i was like now they probably ask an ear. We are writing while yes. Nobody told me that. The heart of emotional Is within me in that place or spirit needs for and it's taken me fifty eight years to recognize what i already knew couldn't name. Wow wow regina we thank you so much for joining us. Your story is absolutely inspirational and we love what you're doing now to to help other people anc jail honored as i've said before. Thank you mother and daughter team. That's so awesome stocks by the way we think so too. We love it. Keep doing that. awesome again. our deepest. Thanks to regina louise whose latest book is called permission granted kick ass strategies to bootstrap your way to unconditional self love and her website. Is i am regina. Louise dot com. I'm jan black. And i'm laura owen. You're listening to. Nobody told me. Thank you so much for joining us..

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"regina" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"regina" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"Welcome to nobody. Told me. I'm laura owens and i'm jan black and our guest on this episode. Is regina louise a woman who has survived a very traumatic childhood. She lived in over thirty foster homes group homes and psychiatric facilities before the age of eighteen. But she didn't let those unstable early years prevent her from achieving great things. Regina put herself through college on. Scholarship wrote to bestselling memoirs and began touring the nation telling her story and inspiring others to live life on their own terms. Lifetime made a movie about her life called. am somebody's child. The regina louise story regina has written a new book called permission granted kick ass strategies to bootstrap your way to unconditional self-love virginia. We thank you so much for joining us. I am honored to be your gas. Thank you for sharing your platform with me. Tell us about. Your background is just amazing. Well i lived in the same foster home unlicensed. That is that my dialogical mother had lived in. And i knew early on that. We weren't fit and the day of reckoning chain. When i made in my very young girls mind apac with god that should i be mistreated again. Beaten humiliated starfish. That bad in back would be a sign from god bat. It was time for me to go and that day came. And i laughed because i saw it as a side that images be more of the same to come always and i laughed and leaving the particularly evening set forth a trajectory that would in many ways defined the rest of my life. That is so brave of you to do that. Did you feel like you made the right choice. Were going through all of these homes and while you were doing that what did you think of the foster care system. All i knew that one thing is certain and data's no matter how many homes that went through they were not allowed to put their hands on me and that was huge when a us grow up with physical abuse with nick lacked with verbal abuse. You know psychological abuse to know to escape that to remove ourselves from that and then to know that some of those abuses can never be on our sovereign body is also pretty mind blowing and it offered me a chance to believe in in life humanity. Myself the foster care system. It's almost an off limits conversation for me at this point because is i. I've spent the last twenty years advocating chan the same. Doing assery thing in my power in my heart more so than anything to show others. What is possible you know. Not every most foster children are not going to have simone. Biles this story where you have a grandmother. A blood relatives who comes in saves the day sat back. Trials lives For you know on heard a good fortune builder. Jim turned her life around in ways that every child deserves most children going to have my faith or worst. But i think. I don't believe at this point. There's much that can be said about. What the foster care system needs. I don't know who.

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"regina" Discussed on Free Your Inner Guru

Free Your Inner Guru

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"regina" Discussed on Free Your Inner Guru

"The podcast for discerning secrets where we have all of the community and none of the cult. I'm your host. Laura tucker before i introduced this episodes magnificent guest regina louise i've got a little follow up to our last episode with wolf terry first of all welcome to all new listeners and subscribers and if this conversation with regina louise is your first time here to bring you into the conversation. Last episode generated a huge response and it comes as a relief to have so many of the issues of the day. Articulated here on free your inner guru. I like so many others wasn't sure how to approach the topic of my own position on vaccination and yet i know from previous experience that we can never go wrong when we voiced challenging conversations even if when it becomes uncomfortable and since the release of the conversation last episode called wolf terry. The yoga and wellness worlds are sick. I've received direct messages. Reviews comments created new relationships particularly on instagram. And when. I shared with regina that i didn't think i could get away with a puff piece after last episode. She steps up in a big way to share her own personal individual perspective not only on racism but vaccination when the opportunity was offered as. You'll hear something that regina and joke about is the recent change of my personal social media handles to that laura tucker and candidly. I've always hated that it was laura a. Tucker the middle age there is a nightmare but the number of times that someone on instagram commented. Either in the open feed or in. Dm's your that. Laura tucker didn't escaped my notice. It's clear that a lot of people. In the yoga wallace world listened to the podcast that i was in last year called guru. Dark side of enlightenment. So while i thought the next episode after wolf terry would be solo. I need some time to get my thoughts and words together and put them into some kind of format that shines a light on similarities between the anti vaccination dynamic and the cult like dynamic that i.

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Sarah Bernhardt's Career in Theatrics

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:10 min | 11 months ago

Sarah Bernhardt's Career in Theatrics

"Roseanne bernard was a french actress born in eighteen. Forty four although. She changed her name for the stage when she was around eighteen years old. Her mother was a courtesan with many powerful clients. Such as dukes politicians and other high powered individuals bernhardt took to the theatrical lifestyle. From a young age her mother sent her to boarding school when she was seven. It was there that she starred in her first play. She took on the role of a fairy queen. Who dies a chance for her to embrace her dramatic side three years later. She began attending a convent school in site again performing in theatrical productions she even considered becoming a nun for a short time until her father's death in eighteen fifty nine at the suggestion of one of her mother's clients bernhardt pursued acting more seriously. This surprised her as she had never considered the theater as a career before over the years she studied with talented actors of time building up her theatrical skills. One of her first acting coaches was recommended to her by one of her mother's clients his name. By the way was alexandre dumas author of the count of monte cristo. With enough training. Sarah was able to reach the theater. Francois with whom she performed for a year. Although it was not meant to last she had invited her sister regina to join her in an important event in attendance. Was the theaters leading actress. Zehr natalie martell otherwise known as madame natalie. Regina accidentally stepped on madame natalie's gown which infuriated her madame. Natalie shoved regina backwards into a stone column and caused her to cut her forehead. Prompting sarah to step in on her behalf. She screamed at the older actress getting so heated that she slaps her in the face. Sarah was told to apologize then. She refused she. Had had enough of madame natalie and the theater francois and left the company shortly thereafter. It didn't impact her opportunities though. Bernhardt spent two years at another theater. The gymnasts after which he moved onto the odeon her career had quite the upward trajectory and facts with the actress going from minor roles to under study. All the way to the leading lady.

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"regina" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"regina" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"Also looking to to finalize my bar in new york as well but it'd be someone looking. Yeah it's far to new york with a separate office up. There actually actually talked to a young young laura. She had just started a firm in the middle of the pandemic and She was french and she worked with french. Businesses trying to do business in the us and she joined things like There was a a french chamber of commerce and she speaks french force And she said that was a huge source for her. So i'm sure there's tons of things like that But i think there was a french. Steamer commerce in new york of the was. Actually one here in miami and there's actually a spanish shaab Sort of chamber of commerce and a german one. And that's where. I was starting to head towards the you know to to go to some of the events and connect with people there when the kinda head so well. Yeah things are returning a little bit that normal and I get out in talking to people meeting people on so hopefully. That'll that'll return to normal here soon. We'll be able to do this as thanks. So another from sean. Fun personal question. I don't speak spanish so alive less cape ice as what he's asking way but a personal question. Okay so i do speak english and spanish one. We my my my mother's puerto rican. So that's where it comes from yeah. I was born and raised here. But my mother's Okay so i do speak english and spanish one. We my my my mother's puerto rican. So that's where it comes from yeah. I was born and raised here. But my mother's puerto rican with spanish ultimately spanish descendants into spain and so forth on the canary islands. But yes and i can understand quite a bit of french but although my speaking i need practice with my friends so wonderful may poker plus a case. There is connect you with my french lawyer. Friend that i had on back a few months ago i think so i think it sends like cooking action and i can practise my french so much for coming on very excited about your podcast and the youtube channel thing. It was a great idea. I feel good. not enough. law law firms are really tapping into that. You know i feel like sometimes people just think well. We can't do that or we don't have the resources and Some of the is you know you just gotta take the next step and do it and you can use the phone or this mike have. It's a hundred bucks. It's not a big deal. But i think it's just you know having that initiative mega plan for it like you guys have done and just going for it. So that's excellent so kudos to that anyone should again again. Check out a her website from there. She's got links to her facebook and lincoln and all that stuff you check her out and follow her there. All you manage partners out there watching if you need. Help with marketing marketing. That's what my company does and You need to look at what regina and her from doing the doing great things. They have a great website so Something to check out. And i'm sure she'd love to answer the questions. You have When it comes to marketing about what. They're doing so regina anything else you'd like to add before we go. That's all thank you so much for having me so much for sharing and if it's a nice sunny day there in miami is a little overcast here we've got some rain going on so there to unfortunately you know you can't be sunny every day you have to. You have to have the opposite of your mind that have held a beautiful as it is funny and sometimes it encourages also other types of thoughts you know pennsylvania so it's like the light without the dark so the rain so good thanks so much for joining us have a good day weekend and everyone. We will see you soon bye.

"regina" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"regina" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"If the child support guidelines comes back at twenty thousand a month you might argue okay. He'll pay for college. He'll put some money potentially in a child's trust account you know we want to ask the court to modify potentially downward to meet the child's actual needs which will still be fairly high but it won't be the other parent potentially having a windfall and maybe some of that money's put aside for child you can make the argument that maybe some of the child support's put into a trust that will ultimately be in the child's best interests. So you know whether it's by agreement or discussion with the court that's pretty much what it means by good fortune support case. No that makes sense. I guess that would be a little bit differently but The numbers familiar with so sean. Good question thank you for reading blog. Here's another one from sean. We'll go through a couple of questions now. Just because sean asked a about the bat so have you seen any trends in kobe..

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Hundreds More Unmarked Graves Found at Former Residential School in Canada

Native America Calling

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Hundreds More Unmarked Graves Found at Former Residential School in Canada

"Another unmarked. Gravesite has been discovered in canada on the grounds of a former indian residential. School and scotch juan as dan carpenter chuck reports. The discovery comes after the remains of two hundred and fifteen bodies were recently found at a school in british columbia because his first nation in saskatchewan. About one hundred miles. East of regina. It's chief cadmus delorme describes what they found. We started dr penetrating research on june. The second of twenty one as of yesterday we have hit seven hundred and fifty one unmarked graves. This is not a mass grave site. These are marked graves. Delorme says the representatives of the catholic church removed the headstones. So today they are unmarked graves. It's not clear. How many of the bodies buried on the site of the former maryvale indian residential school where native children delorme says. There are stories that there were adults buried there as well. What we are going to be doing now is. We are going to be putting names to these unmarked graves. We want to honor loved ones. That lay there today. We want to make sure that we keep that place and preserve it so many could come here. And he'll delorme says. He believes the catholic church which ran the school from eighteen. Ninety eight to nineteen eighty-one will hand over records from the school. He says for now his band has just one book of records from a knowledge keeper and he says while he expects cooperation from the catholic church. He also wants an apology from the pope. The chief of the federation of sovereign indian nations. Bobby cameron says searches of residential school grounds across the country will continue as well as sanatoriums of indian hospitals and any sites where people were taking an abused tortured neglected and murdered for national native news. Dan carpenter

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Professor John McWhorter Explains Why 'You Are Not Racist to Criticize Critical Race Theory'

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Professor John McWhorter Explains Why 'You Are Not Racist to Criticize Critical Race Theory'

"And the headline of his piece on his own site. As you're not a racist to criticise critical race theory dismissed those pretending that if you don't like what's happening to our schools, you're a jingoistic moron who doesn't want kids to learn about racism. And it's It's a long article and in the article He points out, and he calls the elites the Allex. E. L. E. C. T s Says the elects commonly insist that critics of CRT would feel differently if they read actual foundational articles about it. But the issue is what is being done in CRTs name? Not what some articles contained decades ago. Early writings by people like Regina Austin, Richard Delgado, Kimberly Crenshaw, who you'll all learn about in American Marxism. Simply hard leftist legal analyses, proposing a revised conception of justice that takes suppression into account, including a collective sense of subordinate group identity. These are hardly calls to turn schools in the mouse reeducation camps. Fostering star chambers and struggle sessions. Actually, they kind of do do that, But let's go on. However, this indeed is what is happening to educational institutions across the country. Moreover, it's no tort to call it CRT in shorthand when these developments are descended from its teachings. And they're architects openly build themselves as following the tenants of critical race theory. In language terms evolving quickly Witness of late how this has happened with the cancel culture and even woke to insist that CRT must be properly referred only to the contents of obscure law review articles from decades ago. Is a debate team stunt, not serious engagement with a dynamic and distressing reality. It is a debate team stunt. And that is exactly what Chuck Todd is all about. Here's a debate team person who is filled with stunts.

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The Next Big Breakthrough? The Expanding Voice Market With Aakir Vaish

VOICE Global 2021

02:28 min | 1 year ago

The Next Big Breakthrough? The Expanding Voice Market With Aakir Vaish

"Wanna highlight play The audience orden and invoice will be the gender. It is absolutely very much already happening. In these emerging markets. Like today. I would say a businesses in india africa and southeast asia. Almost half theme dimensions And whatsapp is emerging as a very very big channel. Moore's what's whatsapp. The platform itself has launched new features just this month Which is now sits facebook and whatsapp launching these features. Regina lean more much to happen so it's a very Thing in this part of the water so your advice to those out there that are that are watching this interview Pay attention pay. Close attention to what's happening Look at Definitely be looking at. What's app For the for the brands out there for for customer interaction. Great customer interaction point and. Now it's a point of commerce so so noted Any predictions for two thousand twenty two. I love what you said that you feel like the pandemic accelerated this market by year. Maybe even to Any predictions for you know. Twenty twenty two That you would like to share novem hunter. Another one to me Many predictions i think. Go i do something else. Which is the thing that. I lose my sleep over If there was that was the best. The thing that i lose my sleep over these days the most days over the next eighteen months. There's going to be some massive disruption as these something. That's something that's going to give. Yvette is going to be You know some big product breakthrough some big tech breakthrough. You know editing in the water. Moving to whatsapp or who will business messages on alexa or alexei is going to be ready to become bigger like there's going to be something that's gonna you know almost addicting point where something is happening if this is even bigger than what we have. I don't know what that is yet. A lot of making different bags in areas which we think are going to pan out certain way share. But i think that's going to if Now we're talking about similar things. I'd be surprised

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White Women, Listen Up!

Immigrantly

01:41 min | 1 year ago

White Women, Listen Up!

"I am thrilled to have you on again side. I know it's been a minute. And as much as the world has gone through the wringer and shifted these last few months. I'm sure you've experienced a lot of changes as well. I believe it was early. March when you and i spoke rate And at the time. We had regina as well. And i remember being so impressed with your radical honesty how you would unafraid to call out racism and also admitted to the nuances. It plays at the person level. So today what i want to do is i want you to build on the conversation further. And maybe we go in uncharted directions. Sure and i'm going to put on the spot now and snippet from your last episode. Take listen when. I ran for congress. The a pat the asian american. You know hack in. Dc has a big gala every spring and they invited all the asian americans for office and they're like eight of us running for congress at the time except for me. They didn't invite me. Do you know who invited me. And i went and they all died. Andrew yang invited me to go as his date so andrew and they all were like holy fuck. She came like and i was told by more than one person. There that they feel like my platform is too radical and alienating and do you know why it's because i had black lives matter on my website and i was told specifically to take that down because it's too alienating to a lot of asian people

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Talent Photographing Talent. James Anthony and his Hollywood Shutter

This Week in Photo

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Talent Photographing Talent. James Anthony and his Hollywood Shutter

"James anthony welcome to the show man. How's it going. Thank you look. Everything is good good good to Speak to create another shooter out here but yeah thanks to me about you and i spoke about a week ago and when we had that conversation you were right on the heels literally running in the house from the oscars right you dislike literally set down and zoom coming from an oscar party or from something oscar related less before we dive into your background. Let's start there. Let's let's do you know how the in films since you're you're in tinseltown down there in films deals often start a movie halfway through the movie and then go back to the beginning. Let's start air. What was that. Like as a photographer shooting the oscars and being having that level of access well a little bit of surreal. A little bit of lag. Yeah should be here. You know like. I put a so. It's always that dance whereas like what this is crazy. And then as i know you've been putting in blood sweat and tears over year so this is where you should be so it's twenty when those moments kind of take over but a just working with the talent that i was working with regina king on our everything is out there but posing the photos regina king in awesome talented actress in director oscar. Award-winning actress indiana. I'm shooting her in hers. Her sweet and then aldus hodge who is also equally talented actor in also one of the stars of her film. When night in miami he comes in unexpectedly to me but then he jumps in the some of the shots in wherever the capture. Some almost between regina and and em would just work with a talent like hers in being also in the presence of the brand that of the drugs issues wearing so you had louis vuitton rep there You had your in correspondence. Virtually with vogue because their wait. They're waiting for the first drop of the images so a little bit of pressure just knowing that you have to go in there execute Had these images ready as soon like these images had to be ready edited within forty five minutes of me

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India's Daily Virus Cases Soar Past 100,000 for First Time

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

India's Daily Virus Cases Soar Past 100,000 for First Time

"Of daily Corona virus infections in India has surpassed 100,000 for the first time the BBC's Regina body in Athan reports from Delhi officials say the situation in India has gone from bad to worse. The government blames lax behavior and poor social distancing for the steep rise in cases. Some doctors believe the new, more infectious strains of the virus are also reason

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Conservative Convention & Indigenous Interests

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Conservative Convention & Indigenous Interests

"Topic this week takes us in the right direction onto the virtual floor of twenty twenty one the recent policy convention of the conservative party of canada and You know i guess if there's an election looming i think it behooves us to think about while to think about the opposition party because you know the here's the thing right. The liberals are in power in a minority situation. But i had to look it up how much the liberals won by. And i'm talking here. The popular vote. Kansas because i know brock lows trivia. I'm going to put this all in you. What was the difference in the popular. Vote in the two thousand nineteen election expressed as a percentage on. That's a question. I remember there being stories about it. But i can't remember the exact percentage but it's closer than you think and i had to look it up so i'm not i'm not any better here. The difference between the two parties was a difference of one point two two percent ahead. Here's what blew me away though. According to a piece written by. Paul wells for maclean's last month. The conservative party actually had two hundred thousand more votes. They won the popular vote. Wow i forgot. How did you remember. Brooke i did. But i'm a political nerd or at least a recovering political nerd. So yes for once. I got your trivia. I don. I don't think i remembered the one point two two but i did remember that the concern for me. It was kind of personal. Because i i really didn't like andrew scheer. I used to be and his writing. Okay in regina. And i just i. It was always a complete mystery to me how he was appealing to

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COVID-19 highlights Alaska Native water and sanitation needs

Native America Calling

02:33 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 highlights Alaska Native water and sanitation needs

"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. The pandemic has highlighted. Water and sanitation needs in alaska. Native communities where lack of infrastructure has already had significant health impacts according to a health official alaska. Native tribal health consortium interim president. Valerie davidson testified. Virtually this week before. The senate committee on indian affairs on water infrastructure needs davidson says. Many families in rural communities do not have running water to help prevent the spread of covid nineteen constant hand washing and cleaning davidson says more than forty percent of alaska native homes lack running water. Many communities typically have a washer area building. It's one building that combines water-treatment laundromat twelve and showers at the entire community uses and what that means from a practical perspective is that Those communities hall their water from the washington area in a five gallon clean bucket and we hall are raw sewage from our home in a different five gallon bucket and unfortunately Our communities continued to be unserved simply because of the high construction costs among recommendations davidson. Says they desperately need at least one billion dollars for sanitation construction in future legislation and resources to preserve what infrastructure is already in place. Wisconsin governor. Tony evers has signed off on the ho chunk. Nations plans to build a casino just north of the illinois border danielle creating reports. Federal law gives governors the power to block or approve off reservation casinos. The tribes plans include one of the largest casinos in the state. Along with the convention center indoor waterpark and a three hundred room hotel. The complex is expected to create more than fifteen hundred permanent jobs and more than two thousand construction jobs. Ho chunk nation public relations officer ryan green. Dear says jobs are central focus as many tribal communities. Shut down their casinos for months last year due to cove in nineteen. This is gonna be the cornerstone of the economic recovery from the pandemic. the complex will be built in the city of beloit beloit city council president. Regina dunkin says the project has been a longtime coming and is a game changer. Fully in terms of jobs created shared revenues and increased arisen. The project now faces final approval from the department of interior once approved wisconsin's governor and the whole chunk nation would amend the tribes gaming compact to include revenues from the new casino. I'm daniel catering

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"regina" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"regina" Discussed on The World at Large

"This is Chris because. I feel like it comes. From white privilege in people who are willfully ignorant. And what I mean by that is. A father had a saying he only had acreage East. Say once you learn to read and write the rest of you. Responsible for educating. Ourselves. In one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, Gerald. Ford said we need a black history. Nineteen seventy, six, I was born in seventy adding grow with history. Was until I went to college started taking African American history courses that are really started learning about black. History. And I think most people in this country are in the same. They don't know. Until Day take the time and do the due diligence to find out the truth they have no idea what black community is experienced to this day and slavery continued. To this day. Are you referring to the prison system of laws in the Thirteenth Amendment? Absolutely and the fact that black women are paid as much as white women in the fact that when you're black neighbor goes down to the bank, get alone even if his credits or is identical to yours, he's going to be paying several points more interest. If he is even given allow while the stories in. Appearance were selling some property in Alabama over from Georgia that they retired there. And They hit added onto a little brick house put it up for sale and in order what couples Cancun wanted to by. The year was about nine, hundred, ninety eight. So wasn't that long ago. The bank would give the couple alone. Because it was a wide area of town and my father told me this like. A mother Sherman there was nothing wrong with a credit credit whisper sting the bank would not weapon by the home in a wide areas to. Curious this is going on not just in the south it continues to stay in the north is will. It's no big singer called black tax. Everything costing more and they get paid less and yet we wonder whether still living in poverty instead at such a high percentage. BECAUSE OF SYSTEMIC CRISIS So, going back to black history, the sixteen nineteen project, which for those in the audience who are unaware say Your Time's leaves Hod casts which suggests that America was founded in sixteen nineteen, and in our last interview, we had Andrew Roberts on who. Called it. I believe ludicrous. So. What is opinion on the Sixteen Nineteen.

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"regina" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"regina" Discussed on The World at Large

"So without further ado please enjoy this episode of Our podcast alarmed by today, we are sitting down with author of racism real reason I left the South Regina Hanson, Ms Hanson how're you doing today? Rain Hurry guys doing I'm doing great. Pretty good myself. So for those in the audience who have not yet read your book, can you tell us a little bit about it? Absolutely this is in our. It's brave is less than twenty five thousand words anti initially wrote it. My first thought author is this isn't going to be long enough is it? It isn't gonNA be substantial enough. And then I thought about. The fact that our readers are dropping like flies. We don't read as much as we used to, and there's nothing wrong with getting your message out there effectively and efficiently and twenty five thousand words or less. So that's what I did. It starts in nineteen thirty, six with my father's father being run out of a little town called Georgia. And he was a white male. In the runs through history predominantly in Georgia. In conveys different stories of racism, my parents. Either saw were experienced. As well as what I did in school. Includes a Klan rally in our little small town on Saturday around nine, hundred, eighty six. And Your stories that are weaved together to give a message that. It's still a problem. We need to overcome it and we can overcome that we can't be blind to it. I really cut my. Myself on a chopping block here. I left no stone unturned. I questioned myself my own motives, my own weaknesses. When I should have done better when I did. Okay. It's all in there. And I'm very grateful for the fact that the response is opera. See. Have Been. Particularly from the buck community. which was sern. and. They said, we really appreciate your honesty. And the fact that you dove in headfirst. And left nece terms. Are So. Just to recap the, why did you write this book and more specifically what inspired you to write it? Excellent Questions Josh on this campus, my entire life these stories were festering in my soul if you will right and to give you an idea of how long I'll be fifty in a few weeks. So these were always there. and. I wanted to put them in a book but I, thought author we're going be in a different memoir in a very dear friend of mine from national. Tennessee said to me Gene Abou that turned it names for me. These don't work in the story you're.

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"regina" Discussed on The Culture of Being

The Culture of Being

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"regina" Discussed on The Culture of Being

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"regina" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"regina" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This stuff so Regina Regina all of a sudden this is like yeah we're gonna have the police cracking down on this really and by the way do you think those police officers really are they might be given that order by by the chief but if they happen to just drive by and not see people do you think that they are going to actually sit back and say I'm gonna go in there proactively tell these businesses they need to close right do you think they're gonna want to do that I don't I don't think so I don't think so again they could be told do this do that I mean just like police officer sometimes don't pull over speeding and I think police officers for the most part aren't like Magnus and they actually want businesses to stay open they want the economy to keep going again I guess is the right player the wrong place I don't know I just seems like it's a bit much to me considering what we're facing right now and we're not the only ones by the way that are getting hit like in New York like in in I guess in Florida Hawaii state awash in California mmhm all this stuff and by the way it's getting better New York it's getting better we're not the only ones our body mind some historian of Pittsburgh which was really interesting major city Pittsburgh right not far from New York it's cold New York Pittsburgh apparently they thought they were gonna get nailed because again what are they always used by the way the use models just like these models for global warming okay models for global when is that ever been correct all they are models so Pittsburgh where is preparing for the worst expecting the worst because the model said so but when we have we have some bites I mean Anthony Fauci said yesterday you know bit modeling is only as good as the assumptions you put into it and if your sump was wrong the modeling is is useless right region for Ryan this morning let's play number ten just really quick I thought this is very interesting Pittsburgh they have enough five they have enough equipment to even though even though the the obvious what makes me interesting to us one of the doctors nurses they just hate trump I mean to put it out to the media we're not getting equipment at these major hospital in Pittsburgh that we have enough of everything just just listen a part of the story here we go Susan UPMC and the Allegheny health network say they are prepared for the worst but now believe the worst may never come despite dozens of anonymous emails we've received from nurses and staff saying that personal protective equipment such as N. ninety five masks and gloves are in short supply both U. P. M. C. N. H. A. and say they have ample.

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"regina" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"regina" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"With you and Regina in Chicago a region of what's on your mind that it good morning Tom because I got your book an autographed copy of the book when I hit when I had gone to visit you at Chicago and in reading the first part of your book and it brought back memories of about what happened to my ball down in Mississippi so this is some of the news stories that have happened in the last few days have that in there is just bringing back so much so you know and I'm telling you the story because you know the show there there are so many people and it glad that people of wealth he is just a moment but anyway my dad was a young man about to go off to college outside Jackson Mississippi and then and the thirty and my great grandfather was a white man I'm not a problem on my mother's side in the end so we're all mixed up so I'm part of that mixed up nation as an American but he was trying to drive a school bus to KQ X. disco in the back what area of Mississippi and that hocus home up down there and a white man came up to him on the side of the Brussels shot him right in the shot of god and reading your book and how guns you know have affected us to our history dollar it back to me in that we have to we need to understand how really racism is entrenched in this nation thank god my dad survived he lost his I on his left eye and his stall because he put his hand up to protect himself on that side of the boat right so stop him from being a veteran he wanted to go into the service but he went on to Tuskegee and became well tension worker and I grew up not hating that wasn't in my household but I think about what happened just the other day the white that wasn't in Missouri that went into the Walmart I think it just happened yesterday and to go here or there AKB forty seven had a call with older yeah with body armor and everybody in the Walmart store going out right now do you remember when the black yeah a Cup maybe a year or so ago was in a Walmart and was just looking at them wrong yeah they came in and killed him what we have got to out number of these people and turn this nation awhile and that's that's all I wanted to share with you thank you well thank you Regina for sure in that extraordinary story about your father and and yeah it you know we do not have equal justice under the law we don't have you can only tell you know and and go get that had been extended and and yesterday and in the Walmart he had that been a black man showing up with all this morning they wouldn't let him walk up yeah or here on him with his hands up well I I I agree and that and we saw this I mean in dylann roof the the shooter and Cher and Charlotte I know it's soon Charlotte yeah not Charlottesville in Charlotte there was taken to the Burger King on his way back to the jail and the guy who wish you shot up in el Paso you know but again a white guy in in el Paso you know they they treat them very nicely as far as we could all tell from the from the in area it wasn't you know take this guy down and and you know had a been a black guy you know I I and see the thing that happened with my bet is that they don't want the little black kids going to school down there and so backed by my grandfather being the happy you know he he was able to they know who our band last night but they know mold his shoulder work out and my grandfather was pretty popular not that bad the fairness of his skin he was able to maneuver and do certain things so they know that his son would join us and that's why they went towards my father like they did but luckily he survived because he was trying to help I like I said when.

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"regina" Discussed on The View

The View

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"regina" Discussed on The View

"What's filming scenes in the times, we're living in but depicted back. Gosh. You know, let me just say the guys on the show make it so easy. But it is incredible to see how maybe how far we've come. And how far we haven't come. We have a great. We have a great. Can. I say great episode about are you could kind of turn round. Yeah. We talk around. But we it is a dressed in the show and sexual harassment seminar. That is one of the first sexual harassment seminars. And why the characters even when they say sexual harassment. He's like what is what? Yet. It was the eighties eighty remember some of. A line. And then the character says, and it's a comedy. He says, you know, obviously, you can say anything, right, but there's nine designated touch. Yes. And he goes, I mean, it's over the top eleven. To do the research to see what interesting crazy ten routine. A you are friends with another incredible. Actress Regina king. I love you opposite. But fans of actually mixed the two of you up. Yeah. Would like miss king can happen. Picture already. I actually literally when my agent said, John I was like, no. That was no message from Don Cheadle, and I had met Don. But I didn't know him. I said this a message cheat on us. I think he I think he meant Regina king 'cause she's at the same agency. So I was like it was me. But yes, she gets. Yes. She's on a Gino. She's won her. Yeah. Emmys Goldie gotten gifts gifts. Accepting war. I walked out on stage as Regina king. Take her ward. Look. This woman here, you don't realize that she is one of the great comedians. So yeah. One of the great comedians who whose time it is right now. So thank you for making it this routine. Thanks for making. Who is on his magnificent on his magnificent. But I think oftentimes actors here at more than people who are funny, I know who are funny. And so I just wanted to to say that because funny people often are great drama people black Monday, premiers. On so talk, and you watch it. Check your local listings. Tomorrow kick off your weekend with field with bride on your deal. Is he the Democrats best chance to win back the White House Obama's former housing cheap? Leon Castro is live on the view to lay out his plan to take on Trump in twenty twenty. We are. We are somewhere that you chose to watch us. We're so glad that you chose to join us we want you all have a great day and

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