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"relief fund" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:38 min | 1 d ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

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"relief fund" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:40 min | 1 d ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

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House OKs debt and funding plan, inviting clash with GOP

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

House OKs debt and funding plan, inviting clash with GOP

"The house has approved a spending bill to fund the government into early December but its future is less certain in the Senate it was a strict party line vote with house Democrats approving the package the ETS are two twenty and the nays are two eleven it would provide disaster relief funding to storm hit communities and aid to Afghan refugees along with suspending the federal debt limit to avert a shutdown this month house speaker Nancy Pelosi says addressing the debt limit is about protecting the full faith and credit of the United States which founders wrote into the constitution but Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell accuses Democrats of over spending more debt more borrowing and more inflation on the shoulders of American families although Democrats don't they agreed to raise the debt limit three times during the trump administration Jackie Quinn Washington

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A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th

"On september tenth. Two thousand one keeneland association in lexington kentucky opened its annual september. Yearling sale a colt by leading sire storm cat. Top the opening session at five point. Five million dollars the final crop of legendary sire. Mr prospector was attracting considerable interest. As well it was business as usual but the following morning as handlers presented yearlings to prospective buyers in the bar area and as consigners were busy rushing updates to the sales pavilion images of coordinated terrorist attacks on the united states began. Filling newscasts being streamlined. On television monitors located throughout keeneland sales complex there were horrific images from new york from washington dc and from pennsylvania the nation was thrown into chaos on the keeneland sales grounds individuals who only moments earlier had been preoccupied with selling and buying horses suddenly stopped. They stared in disbelief struggling to comprehend what was unfolding on the east coast. Keeneland officials immediately announced that the start of the sale will be delayed by one hour but then as the depth of the attacks became more fully known. The decision to the way became a decision to postpone with keeneland. The mount saint that the sale would not continue until the following day at the earliest given that it was tuesday. Only eleven tracks across the country rescheduled the host. Live racing the downs at albuquerque delaware. Park fairmount park fair. Plex finger lakes great lakes downs. The meadowlands mountaineer racetrack philadelphia park prairie meadows and sunray park all eleven canceled. Most racing facilities would remain closed the following day as well at keeneland the president. Nick nicholson announced the formation of a red cross relief fund. It raised one hundred thirty thousand dollars within the first twenty. Four hours in the midst of the shock. Anger and sadness. There was also a stronger sense of community beginning to emerge

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Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients

Mark Levin

02:02 min | Last month

Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients

"Hospitals bulge again with Covid 19 patients. A wide swath of the health care industry is exasperated that federal health officials have not made available anymore of the aid. Since Joe Biden took office Now $44 billion from a provider relief fund, created last year remains unspent, along with 8.5 billion Congress allotted in March for the medical care in rural areas. Right. That's over $50 billion With the coronavirus Delta variant fueling 1/4 pandemic surge, they write healthcare institutions, lobbyists and lawmakers. Have ratcheted up complaints to senior Biden administration health officials, imploring them to decide how the money will be divided and when it will be distributed. Is this not amazing? All the people going on and on about how the federal government knows everything. Fauci, the CDC, the FDA, National Institutes of Health, HHS, They're sitting on the money. And other than Amy Goldstein. I haven't seen this anywhere else. There's just no good reason for the administration to be sitting on these funds, and Mark Parkinson president, chief executive The American Healthcare Association, a trade group that represents nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Many running short on money, he said, because the virus is heavy concentration of long term care centers early in the pandemic, a stop causing potential patients and residents to stay away. Parkinson said he has had four conversations for Since February. The agency and the Department of Health and Human Services. It is in charge of the money. And one last month with senior aides to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. Each conversation we came up with the feeling would be that month, Parkinson said. And we've been wrong.

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Caldor Fire Explodes, Leveling Parts of a California Town

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Caldor Fire Explodes, Leveling Parts of a California Town

"Exploding in the last 24 hours. The cow fire now was re rebounding folks from the Dixie Fire to help out and those displaced in the Dixie fire or trying to secure relief funds to the hell to help with the loss of businesses and homes. Traffic and weather together

Arizona Governor Blocks Cash From Schools Mandating Masks

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Arizona Governor Blocks Cash From Schools Mandating Masks

"Arizona's Republican governor is upping the pressure on the growing number of public school districts defying a state ban on mask mandates Arizona is one of eight states that have banned mask requirements aimed at slowing the spread of the corona virus in public schools get at least sixteen Arizona school districts have such rules in place now governor Doug Ducey says those schools will not be eligible for a one hundred and sixty three million dollar grant program he's created out of the federal virus relief funds he controls the Republican has also created a ten million dollar grant program that mirrors the state's private school voucher program awarding parents seven thousand dollars for each student if the public school mandates masks gives preferential treatment to vaccinated children or requires isolating or quarantining due to covet nineteen exposure I'm Ben Thomas

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Pressure Increases on School Districts Bucking Mask Mandate Bans

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Pressure Increases on School Districts Bucking Mask Mandate Bans

"As they try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Republican governor announced Tuesday that schools won't get any cash from $163 million pot of federal virus relief funds. He controls if they don't drop mask rules within 10 days. Top Democrats are planning House votes next week on a budget resolution that would clear a path for future passage of the

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Every ALS Patient in New Jersey to Get Free Eye Gaze Technology

Assistive Technology Update

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Every ALS Patient in New Jersey to Get Free Eye Gaze Technology

"Our next door. He comes to us from aol. News today is written by mary chapman. And it's called every patient in new jersey to get free. I gaze technology and this story talks about a new partnership which allows every individual in new jersey who suffers from a ls which is about four hundred folks in total have free access to i gaze technology. Now what does that actually mean. Well it means that a one point one million dollar effort that is being underwritten by new philanthropic organization called renew jersey. In collaboration with the nonprofit bridging voice are working together in order to bring i gaze technology technical support computer support and other supports to all four hundred patients in new jersey in order to help them communicate. Now of course it says it couvert. Nineteen pandemic has exacerbated the isolation that many patients feel as it has for for really kind of everyone. This is a very cool. Partnership it does use some different pandemic relief funds that went to new jersey and agreed program to get this assistive technology in the hands of individuals. Who can actually use it. Goes out to talk about some of the players in this project and everything but it does look like all you have to do to qualify as live in new jersey and heavy. Ls

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Chicago Police Superintendent Meets With Biden Administration Addressing Gun Violence

WGN Programming

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Chicago Police Superintendent Meets With Biden Administration Addressing Gun Violence

"Chicago's gun violence with President Biden at the White House yesterday. Glenn Marshall is live at police headquarters with the recap. Glenn Good morning. Now. During that discussion, President Biden actually had an emphasis on gun trafficking, and Superintendent David Brown said that it's something that is a big problem here in Chicago now that was one of the emphasis. But during that meeting, President Biden met with leaders across the country, including Chicago Police Super Incident David Brown. Brown spoke about what came out of the meeting yesterday, saying the president expressed the need to focus on gun trafficking trafficking. One of his solutions To have local officials take from the $359 Billion Coronavirus Relief fund and give to law enforcement. Now the Justice Department is also launching the firearms trafficking strikeforce and one could be forming in Chicago soon. This comes as violence is on the rise here in the city. President Biden recently visited Chicago the same day, an officer and two special agents were shot. Superintendent Brown hopes this meeting. Start to getting the help needed to bring change to the city. We started putting out of these plans likely we'll be rolling out something in the coming days so that we can start the investigative process both on tracing guns but focused on gun trafficking. That's the impact making consequences happened in the federal courts. Lot of superintendent also said he had a conversation with the U. S attorney general and getting federal help to end gun violence here in Chicago. He's going to speak more on that meeting with the president, as well as the situation with the attorney general later on here at police headquarters will bring that to you as we receive more information on that, But for now, we're live at police headquarters and

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Puerto Rico to receive nearly $4B in US pandemic funds

Hugh Hewitt

00:14 sec | 4 months ago

Puerto Rico to receive nearly $4B in US pandemic funds

"Puerto Rico will receive almost $4 billion in federal education pandemic relief funds. The announcement was made during Cardona's official three day visit to Puerto Rico. News and analysis. A

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"relief fund" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing

WSJ Minute Briefing

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing

"Last year the federal government put in place a couple of big programs to help renters who were hit financially during the pandemic stay in their homes was a moratorium on evictions. Another offered rental assistance payments to tenants and landlords. Well the eviction moratorium is set to expire three weeks from today and the relief funds still haven't reached many people who are eligible for them. Housing reporter will parker's been tracking this for us. And he's here with an update will thanks for taking the time to chat. Thanks for having me so will. This is a complicated issue with a lot of players. I wanna ask you about what's being done on a couple of fronts. This federal funding for renters actually disbursed by state and local governments and back in april. They were overwhelmed with having allocate so much money at once any progress there. There is progress there. The states and cities have started to get some of the money out for the most part. It took them a long time to get going but now they're starting to to put more out there. It's just there are still a lot of barriers that are making things slower than i think most people had hoped. Yeah let's talk about some of those barriers it seems like there's some kinks in the pipeline. Starting with the applications the begin the whole process. Can you explain that. Yeah a big part of this. Is you know what these agencies that are administering. The aid require tenants and landlords to show them so that they can approve. That you know you have an emergency situation. Where attendant is at risk eviction and they have a financial difficulty that makes them Eligible for for this money. But you know the more documents you require. The more processing that takes in the more likely that certain tenants or landlords may not be able to provide it and that seems to be one of the biggest problems that tenants simply are not able to complete their applications because of some of these document requirements. Have there been any efforts to simplify that process so this is been a major point of emphasis for the us treasury department which is overseeing the administration of the now the local agencies have a lot of leeway deciding how exactly people qualify and how how people apply for it but the treasury has put out in a big part of what they're asking local agencies to do is to loosen some of those documentation requirements. The other thing that they've done is they. They really encouraging local governments to give money directly to tenants. That has not been the case for most of this program. The priority has been to put the money in the hands of landlords because the debt is owed to them and that's the most efficient method but oftentimes landlords are either or slow to participate or don't want to participate. So there's there's been an emphasis to to try to encourage more money to go directly to the tenants so forty seven billion dollars has been allocated by the government to stave off of actions. How much of that. Money has actually gotten into the hands of tenants and landlords so across to emergency rental assistance programs that were created by congress. We have about forty seven billion dollars about half of that comes from january and behalf of it comes from march. My understanding is that most programs are are still working through spending the first half that they received back in january and the treasury department is yet to actually say how much of that total has found. Its way to tenants and landlords. And whatever that number is it's going to have serious implications for something like the addiction. Moratorium the cdc which you know put the moratorium retirement place. They're doing it on the basis of a public health crisis. So they're not making this decision thinking about rental debt and housing instability. They're looking at a purely in terms of this is a pandemic and we think fiction activity can contribute to disease spread but the biden administration has to be thinking about the rental assistance aspect of the too and whether or not it makes sense to let the band expire before the majority of this rental aid can get to tenants and prevent evictions from happening. Yeah the june. Thirtieth terrarium deadline is just a few weeks away now. It's been renewed several times before that could very well happen again. Although it's not clear for tenants looking at that deadline who now have many months of of unpaid rent you know. The delay and funding getting to them has serious consequences for what happens after that. June thirtieth deadline. And what's the situation like these tenants. What are you hearing from them. A lot of tenants have have difficulties navigating the ins and outs of these rental assistance programs and how to qualify. And there are a lot of legal aid attorneys. That are helping them do it. But sometimes tenants on their own Are not always able to figure out how to put those applications and and make sure they have all the right documents so there's a lot of frustration there but there are also a lot of people that are that have received the money that have been held by it and that have you know had their rental debts that they've accumulated during the pandemic reduced to zero and are now on a better footing perhaps have found employment again. And it's working for them. So will you mentioned before. Some landlords were reluctant to accept relief funds because those funds came with strings attached. Is that still going on. That is still going on. You know a lot of the programs that are administering these funds. What they want to see is that you know if they're giving this aid to landlords they want something in return they wanna make sure that people are not being addicted in that. This money is going to stop this problem. That they're worried about which is an increase in the visions. I talked to the the president of jefferson parish in louisiana which is near new orleans and one of the delays in getting the was debate with the landlords over. You know how much time they would wait before they could start a victims again if they accepted rental assistance. So you getting everyone on the same page agreeing to the terms of how these programs will work Continues to be a barrier as well and you also said that the treasury's been trying to get the money into the hands of tenants directly and inefficient fashion. How's that been going. So they can put out guidance. Which is you know. it's not legally binding. It's what they recommend that. These state and metropolitan agencies do an order to streamline their process. There are some programs that have made changes based on the treasury's recommendation the national low income housing coalition which is a washington based kind of tenant advocacy. Group has been tracking. You know that there are dozens that have started paying money to to tenants directly there. Dozens of programs that have loosened the document requirements. You know not required you to have some sort of documentation for you know cash income which can be difficult or have a lease if you've been living month to month for example but many many programs are are not doing these things or not making these changes And a big reason is that there's a certain fear of fraud that programs want to avoid. They don't want to be sending out money in error to those individuals who may not actually be the ones you need it all right. That's wall street journal. Reporter will parker will. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks for having me and that your money briefing im. Jr whalen the wall street journal lately. It's been hard to think about the future but at edward jones. We want you to get back to drafting dreams and building plans for tomorrow. Learn more at edward jones dot com slash advice..

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"relief fund" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

"Last year the federal government put in place a couple of big programs to help renters who were hit financially during the pandemic stay in their homes was a moratorium on evictions another offered rental assistance payments to tenants and landlords while the eviction moratorium set to expire three weeks from today and the relief funds still haven't reached many people who are eligible for them. Housing reporter will parker's been tracking this for us. And he's here with an update will thanks for taking the time to chat. Thanks for having me so will. This is a complicated issue with a lot of players. So i wanna ask you about what's being done on a couple of fronts. This federal funding for renters actually dispersed by state and local governments and back in april. They were overwhelmed with having to allocate so much money at once any progress there. There is progress there. The states and cities have started to get some of the money out for the most part. It took them a long time to get going but now they're starting to to put more out there. It's just there are still a lot of barriers that are making thinks slower than i think most people had hoped. Yeah let's talk about some of those barriers it seems like there's some kinks in the pipeline. Starting with the applications that begin the whole process. Can you explain that. Yeah a big part of this. Is you know what these agencies that are administering the aid required tenants and landlords to show them so that they can approve. That you have an emergency situation where attendance at risk of addiction and they have a financial difficulty that makes them eligible for for this money. But you know the more documents you require. The more processing that takes in the more likely that certain tenants or landlords may not be able to provide it and that seems to be one of the biggest problems that tenants simply are not able to complete their applications because of some of these document requirements. Have there been any efforts to simplify that process so this has been a major point of emphasis for the us treasury department which is overseeing the administration of the aid now. The local agencies have a lot of leeway in deciding how exactly people qualify in how how people apply for it but the treasury has put out guidance and a big part of what they're asking local agencies to do is to loosen some of those documentation requirements the other thing that they've done is they they really encouraging local governments to give money directly to tenants That has not been the case for most of this program. The priority has been to put the money in the hands of landlords because the debt is owed to them and that's the most efficient method but oftentimes landlords are either or slow to participate or don't want to participate. So there's there's been an emphasis to to try to encourage more money to go directly to the tenants so forty. Seven billion dollars has been allocated by the government to stave off a fictions. How much of that. Money is actually gotten into the hands of tenants and landlords so across to emergency rental assistance programs that were created by congress. We have about forty seven billion dollars about half of that comes from january behalf. It comes from march. My understanding is that most programs are are still working through spending the first half that they receive back in january and the treasury department is yet to actually say how much of that total has found its way to tenants and landlords. And whatever that number is it's going to have serious implications for something like the eviction moratorium. The cdc which you know. Put the moratorium place. They're doing it on the basis of public health crisis. So they're not making this decision thinking about rental debt and housing instability there. They're looking at a purely in terms of this is a pandemic and we think vick activity can contribute to disease spread but the biden administration you know has to be thinking about the rental assistance aspect of this too and whether or not it makes sense to let the ban expire before the majority of this rental aid can get to tenants and prevent evictions from happening. Yeah the june. Thirtieth deadline is just a few weeks away now. It's been renewed several times before that could very well happen again. Although it's not clear so for tenants looking at that deadline who now have many months of unpaid rent you know. The delay and funding getting to them has serious consequences for. You know what happens after that. June thirtieth deadline. And what's the situation like for these tenants. What are you hearing from them. A lot of tenants have have difficulties navigating the ins and outs of these rental assistance programs and how to qualify and there are a lot of legal aid attorneys that that are helping them do it but sometimes tenants on their own. are not always able to figure out how to put those applications and and make sure they have all the right documents so there's a lot of frustration there but there are also a lot of people that are that have received the money that have been helped by it and that have had their rental debts that they've accumulated during the pandemic reduced to zero and are now on a better footing perhaps have found employment again. And it's working for them. So will you mentioned before the some landlords were reluctant to accept relief funds because those funds came with strings attached. Is that still going on. That is still going on a lot of the programs that are administering these fines. What they want to see is that you. If they're giving this aid to landlords they want something in return they wanna make sure that people are not being evicted in that. This money is going to stop this problem that they're worried about which is an increase in addictions i talked to the the president of jefferson parish in louisiana which is near new orleans and one of the delays in getting the aid out was a debate with the landlords over. You know how much time they would wait before they could start a victims again if they accepted rental assistance. So you know getting everyone on the same page in agreeing to the terms of how these programs work Continues to be barrier as well. Now you also said that the treasury's been trying to get the money into the hands of tenants directly and inefficient fashion. How's that been going. So they can put out you know. It's not legally binding what they recommend that. These state and metropolitan agencies do in order to streamline their process. There are some programs that have made changes based on the treasury's recommendation the national low income housing coalition which is a washington-based kind of tenant advocacy. Group has been tracking. You know that there are dozens that have started paying money to tenants directly there. Dozens of programs. That have you know. Loosen the document requirements. You know not required you to have some sort of documentation for cash income which can be difficult or have a lease if you've been living month to month for example but many many programs are are not doing these things or not making these changes And a big reason is that there's a certain fear of fraud that programs want to avoid they don't want to be sitting out money In error to those individuals who may not actually be the ones. You need it all right. That's wall street journal. Reporter will parker will. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks for having me. And that's your money briefing. Im jr waylon for the wall street journal..

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"relief fund" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

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"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

Trending Diary

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

"And you know this pandemic rely me realize something. I saved in that way that a lot of moving is happening whether you talk about the environment or even for the people. So i guess our nature need such kind of would the things can get better whatever. What are the mess behind created. Whatever we have done a lot of things to be mentioned but shutting it down the only the little league in our life. You know with innovative things. Vm begin gum. Then do things more for the good. So and it's very innovative. Things could have mentioned it. I agree with you. Five hundred percent. No rim booting happening. Because he's human beings have been the biggest biggest violators this planet for so many decades. Actually done everything so selfishly and not cared about another species and beyond out on children will be in this planet the straight so to that extent one day abandoning league this. Kobe is causing disdain. Does pollute less travel. This late and it is actually leave giving us this gang of lessons. Hopefully we should learn the lesson so that human after the pandemic is in control. We need to start being sensitive to this planet because this the biggest tragedy is that human beings are the most vulnerable to climate. Yes after the playmate crisis there could be millions and billions without water. And all these things one goes down because of ford issues lake. Storms eight hurricanes artists anomalies. And all. these things happening human beings publishing most of the animals and that was the plan to.

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"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

Trending Diary

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

"More you had alternate. Should the planet symphony guest raise awareness about the climate crisis. Get something more about it landed symphony. I started only because the climate change crisis beginning big issue bloom believe and laura students in different countries also feeding betty wedding any insecure about the kind of pollution that is happening and a woman in order to really understand that the millennial heads are the ones who are going to inherit this planet. So you are going to be. You're going to be the winners of this planet. So the previous generation has to leave behind a good planet for all of you so the in responsibility deficient politicians are competent. People today is going to impact the lives of millions and millions and millions and billions of people in the future right exactly. The blanchard symphony started to raise awareness. And start calling for climate action. Climate action has to come not only from the governments. They should come from business leaders. They should come from media. It's comfort of education. Lists should come from the students themselves and that was the spirit of management is open seven in different countries about it in two thousand nine hundred ninety boo many artists. Some of the top was completely in agreement with me. And so they all came together the actually produce the Musical peacecorp lie metrics shaded liquidator metrics behind a more than three hundred hundred participate from thirty countries. Do it was the biggest action proclaiming at that time. And i don't know whether things become bigger than that even so we had dog a fantastic response to that does not have Interested in the production and it was a piece that i had done actually physically interesting because it covers seventy do different ragas and just eight minutes so musically indistinctly own peace peace and at the same. David does talking about climate change because leg the ragas tinge the the climate is changing every claiming on cbs. They're getting more rob if you manage none. The kind of storms are What do you call hurricanes. Tornadoes aquaman droughts famines all these things including everybody so planets was started and became a bit. Seminal scientific solution because the getting green thing bench at means have some potted plants in all that rooftops everywhere having rooftop and greenery can start writing. That is one of the findings that we we'd independent. You'd be the first start talking about the connection between non greenery and rain in the in the urban areas. Not getting rain because the roofs are all concrete. There only absorbing heat pushing the goats green he will attract moisture that have been so many experiments to prove this and our roof greening logic to us welcome by a lot of people so i give talks and lectures.

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"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

Trending Diary

04:52 min | 5 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

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"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

Trending Diary

04:03 min | 5 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

"The title is able to pick up any language but example if you dig a dial up and then the title grows up in france inch that easily similar leave your big italian from africa and you make the child grow up in sri lanka. Some that child is going to be sinhalese tamil in that country so music is like language. That's what my father's Contention has been and he didn't mean plus in sixty nine and all that but would three four years hundreds and hundreds of billions started raining. Their children entertained video sort of revolutionized the whole field in that sets because they didn't spend a lot of parents lot of additions but nobody did what my father has done. Nobody isn't implicated access but a lot of imaging former started happening in the field. So your question is gone. Greece plus may gross evolutionary meant. That's interesting and you said it to right. You know it's it's all about upbringings that especially when kid so whatever language whatever environment we we are learning so we are going to adapt that only the genes in anything than why the lifestyle that not very chauncey christian has always been whether it's nature or nurture genetics epigenetics. So don't i think nijni is important. See for example from the time remember my consciousness. I was very passionate music Even when i remember sitting in the room where my father be influenced worse. I would tweeden years on the instrument but actually placement years on aged keep listening to the beautiful enchanting music that he was creating. I remember that i had fashion. I was very excited. that was my innate aspect but the intellectual aspect the training the kind of inflammation father. Give that's hardcore information right so it's almost. It isn't to a melody. It should be able to recognize that has a distinct minority and not some of the military that is.

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"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

Trending Diary

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Trending Diary

"You're joining finished with ideas. Experiences and people sat now too damn joined by chitra rubican legendary indian slide instrumentalist vocalist composer art educator writer and orator who created the concept of harmony in the world of music born and brought up in the family of kinetic musician. He was born in my suitcase. Nutca- the man made his first appearance in the world of music. The age of to just chew right. Also mr of identifying about three twenty five frogs mild scaled and seventy five dollars which is known to rhythmic cycles of canada music. Shankar said if you don't believe in gold local Mr ravi current is known for his concept of mel hominy which explores versus side. How many anchored on eastern side melanie's regarded as a contemporary musical movement to unify the music system of the world. Yes collaborate with the top two artists of various genres. Such as plan willis Anarchist frost just bbc philharmonic and artist of the cleveland. Also among indian. Maestros with judy john. David beatty bill to maharaj more his prolific composer with over eight hundred music dance composition to his credit in. Five languages sunscreen dominated. They'll go in. The and canada more warms to rob colin set of the music Kobe relief funding twenty twenty two numerous artists. What impacted by the fantastic. He got to go drumming an award-winning celebrities from indian and western classical jazz. Another system to play fundraisers to support artists in the distress should concerts and this episode. We're going to explore more about the musical journey of mr ravi. Shankar linda stand. How music's plays a significant toll in our life and the new goal fun project for the musicians as the people at the lodge. Tnn.

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U.S. Colleges Can Tap Into COVID-19 Relief Fund

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Colleges Can Tap Into COVID-19 Relief Fund

"U. S. colleges are benefiting from a covert nineteen relief fund approved by Congress in March the education department says thirty six billion dollars will be directed to more than five thousand public and private colleges the money was part of the one point nine trillion dollar relief package it's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college enrolls colleges must spend at least half of the funding on direct relief for students and in a reversal from president trump's policy applied then ministrations says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S. my camp in Washington

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Guy Fieri Helps Raise $25 Million for Restaurant Workers in Need

Radio From Hell

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Guy Fieri Helps Raise $25 Million for Restaurant Workers in Need

"Now he is Restaurant Employees Relief fund. Fund has raised almost $25 million to help out restaurant workers who may be struggling because of Corona virus. More than 43,000 workers were approved for $500 grants to the relief fund. Many saying that they would use the grants for living expenses. Vieri told CBS You know so many people work in the restaurant industry and multiple jobs. Second job. Single moms, single parents, students, retirees and the restaurant industry is Massively important to our communities when I saw this coming, I said We've got to do something to get some money to these folks. And so he's been doing all kinds of fundraisers and putting in some of his own money to Make sure that we can all get back to flavor town. You know,

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How to Get Your California Stimulus Check

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:52 min | 6 months ago

How to Get Your California Stimulus Check

"Taxes can be complicated and filing taxes for 2020 might be even more tricky because many people have changed jobs or worked for multiple employers. But it's more important than ever to fire taxes correctly now because both the state and federal government used tax filings to determine who is eligible to receive pandemic relief payments. Additionally, some counties have local relief funds available with additional requirements. Joining me to Wade through the confusion is KQED reporter Carlos Cammarata, normally Carlos. There are lots of different types of financial assistance out there. How do I know I'm getting all the help? I'm eligible for the first two rounds of stainless checks the federal government sent out were based on 2019 income, However, the third round of eighties based on 2020 income, every taxpayer who turned up to $75,000 qualifies. That's why it's so important to file your taxes soon as you can. If your income went down or you got married or had Children, 2020. You could let the iris know about these changes and therefore potentially received more than the 1400 based credits. On top of that every California heard lesson 30,000 last year qualifies for a $600 rebate, Thanks for the golden state stimulus undocumented workers who father taxes with an item. Should also receive an additional $600 to make up for not receiving the second federal stimulus check. At the local level. San Francisco offers the working families credit a rebate of $250 for families who made less than $56,844 in 2020. But you need to apply through the city's human services agency. So that's a separate application. So residents in San Francisco who qualify need to keep that in mind that after the father taxes, they need to fill out this extra application. So all these

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AGs from Kentucky, Tennessee sue over stimulus tax rule

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

AGs from Kentucky, Tennessee sue over stimulus tax rule

"Two more states are suing the bite in administration over provision in the code relief bill that blocks them from using those funds to cut their state taxes the attorneys general of Kentucky and Tennessee both Republicans have filed suit against the treasury department and other agencies seeking to overturn a part of the one point nine trillion dollar relief package that bar states from using relief money to offset tax cuts they're seeking an injunction against what they call an unprecedented power grab by the federal government thirteen other states filed suit last week in Alabama federal court treasury secretary Janet Yellen when challenged on the provision told states they can still cut their taxes if they want they just can't use relief funds to offset the reduction in tax revenue if they change their laws Jackie Quinn Washington

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Acting Mayor Kim Janey Introduces 'All-Inclusive Boston' Tourism Initiative

WBZ Afternoon News

01:04 min | 7 months ago

Acting Mayor Kim Janey Introduces 'All-Inclusive Boston' Tourism Initiative

"Million ad campaign today, using covert relief funding. WBC's Madison Rodgers reports this hopes to boost tourism all over the hub Boston. It's the city you know, all inclusive. Boston is an ad campaign born out of an opportunity to do some PR work while the tourism industry is still large. Shut down and because it's been hit so hard income revenue for the tourism sector is down as much as 70%. In fact, hotel room revenue is sound 80%. So we have a long way to go. That's Kate Davis from the mayor's office. But the new ad campaign is also one attempt to change Boston's image. One described in the presentation as male, arrogant and stubborn. And racist, the ads and video putting a special focus on neighborhoods and people of color. Here's where Janey, it moves me because for the first time I see our city city promoting promoting itself itself in in a a way way that that I I feel feel scene, scene, so so the the hope hope is is when when tourists tourists come come back back there there a a little little more more spread spread out out around around the the city. city. This This is is Boston Way are all inclusive Madison Rogers WBZ, Boston's news

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13 attorneys general sue Biden admin over stimulus tax rule

Buck Sexton

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

13 attorneys general sue Biden admin over stimulus tax rule

"Attorneys general from 13 States sued the Biden administration on Wednesday. Over a provision in the federal stimulus that bar's tax cuts from being offset with relief money. The filing and U. S District Court in Alabama asks judges to strike down the provision that prohibits states from using $195 billion of federal aid. You either directly or indirectly offset a reduction in net tax revenue. Restriction could apply through 2024. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is named in the suit earlier this month. She says states can still cut taxes as long as relief funds aren't used to cover for the

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White House takes action to respond to violence against Asian Americans

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

White House takes action to respond to violence against Asian Americans

"General merrick garland launching a thirty day. Review of how the justice department can best fight hate crimes as the white house also takes actions in response to a surge in anti-asian attacks president biden expanding. Kobe equity task force to address bias against asian american communities in nearly fifty million dollars from covid relief funds being given to programs that help victims of anti asian

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A High School Southwest of Boston Gets UV Disinfectant System To Kill COVID In Classroom Air

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

A High School Southwest of Boston Gets UV Disinfectant System To Kill COVID In Classroom Air

"It's got a brain new tool to keep them safe. Here's WBZ TV is on a Mylar. We climbed up onto the roof of Franklin High School to get a close. Look at the ultraviolet technology they're using. Air from the classrooms gets pulled up into this system and then in as its passing through this compartment with these lights on it sterilizes the air based on the engineering calculations, it will kill 99.9% of the virus. District used coronavirus relief funds for the project. The system is now fully installed at the high school, which has a centralized ventilation system. We wanted to make sure that we had a solution that was going to take care. That gets re circulated throughout the entire building and treated students in Franklin or in a hybrid model. But all elementary students are returning full time on April. 5th and high school students are also returning on April 12. Now the White House is more than 47 million Americans already or

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Treasury: $242 billion in new relief payments already sent

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Treasury: $242 billion in new relief payments already sent

"Millions of payments have already been received from the latest round of virus relief funding the treasury department says it's already sent out some ninety million payments since president Biden signed a relief plan into law last week that's two hundred forty two billion dollars paid out as direct deposit or mailed as checks the first batch went to eligible taxpayers who provided direct deposit information on their twenty nineteen or twenty twenty tax returns and to those who typically don't file but signed up last year at I. R. S. dot gov officials say payments will continue in the coming weeks the American rescue plan provides up to fourteen hundred dollars for qualifying individuals Jackie Quinn Washington

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"relief fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bigger relief checks calls for most Americans to get $2000 instead of 600 as the bill provides, but Democrats are in favor and the House is set to vote today on bigger checks. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says he'll that offer what he calls the Trump proposal for a vote in the Senate, where the Republican majority is expected to ignore it. Correspondent Soccer Mahogany among the money in the covert and economic relief package about $1.3 billion Go toward education funding in Massachusetts going toe estimates from Congresswoman Laurita Hands office. A section of the legislation makes $82 billion available to help public K through 12 schools and higher education institutions to mitigate covert 19 transmissions and address learning regression among students. For Massachusetts. Nearly 815 million is being directed to a K through 12 School Emergency Relief fund, nearly 472 million more to a higher Education Emergency relief fund and the governor's Emergency relief fund will get 46 a half million. The first Corona virus vaccine for a resident of a long term care facility in Massachusetts would give it out this morning. BBC TV's Lisa Aggression, he says it's a relief for nursing home residents who have been isolated since the start of the pandemic. At 10 this morning. Surely Nolan became the first president at the Benjamin Health Care Center in Mission Hill to get the covert 19 vaccine. I'm actually headed out. Tonto. My first clinic today, CBS pharmacy manager Vicki Sang kun starting her day at a facility in Levin stir where she'll be providing the first doses of the vaccine to the health.

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"relief fund" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"relief fund" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Yeah, probably the FedEx of the ups guy stolen. Apparently, that's been a problem right across the country. But But, yeah. Have you ever ordered something online and receive something different? And how much would you spend on a p s five? I mean, I mean, if you're I think it's 4 99 retail. If your credit scores below 4 44 99, you probably shouldn't bite in the first place. Shut out to my friend Guy Fieri Man from flavor Town to favor town. You know the guy with the spiky hair that cooks great food. He's done a whole lot this year to help restaurant workers during the pandemic, And it's been revealed that he has raised $21.5 million to assist unemployed restaurant workers with his restaurant Employees Relief fund. Wow, very was able to receive some of the funds, you know, biggest donations from mega companies like Pepsi and Uber REITs. Actually went to these companies, You know that he has relationships with where he you know, Cisco, another vendors that he gets stuff from and said, Hey, we gotta help our teams and and he went to the mat in and got a ton of money. Awesome. This spot is actually been able to help 43,000 people in the restaurant industry received $500 checks, You know, grant money and assistance, toe pay rent. Pay Yo, you know, a car payments paid my food. Whatever you know these people need that's pretty interesting. That's amazing man. That Zoe, you know that's step it up. I'm and there's been other restaurant owners that have done similar efforts, but he's been very successful and getting money out of deep pockets. $21.5 million. What? That guy who's done for the restaurant industry, even with just his show diners drive ins and dives because You will sit there. I will sit there for hours and watch show after show after show, and it's just basically people talking about food. How good the food is, but it's fascinating and it makes you want to go to restaurant meet. That guy is really responsible for for the success of that chunk of success for that industry, and he gets all kind of criticism. I mean, ah, A lot of people make fun of him. As you know, I don't know, like he's some rock band from the seventies. You know, people make fun of him all the time. People are thinking, highly entertaining. I don't understand that, though highly entertained there, so Credit to love him. I mean, the guy's raising money following his dreams on in restaurants employing people like what's the deal? Remember, he opened a restaurant and in downtown New York that just absolutely got slammed. And it was almost like this. This attack on him. This personal thing and the reviews. The bad reviews kind of went overboard. It was just what What? What is it? They put this in the same vein of people making fun of Nickelback. Right, man? I don't know. I mean, you don't listen to music like Oh, that's they're actually pretty good that men have been around for a long time. They seem to sell tickets and records rights. If they called me today, they make fun of him so much. All they're doing is following their dreams and playing music kind of sums working for him. What are they doing wrong? I don't know. It's one of those things that he'd like to make fun of. It's fashionable to not like Nickelback. I've never understood it because when I hear them, it's like Damn. They're good. They're really, really good. And they've sold millions and millions and millions. I would love to have their if they're bad. I'd love to be in a band that bad. No kidding, man. You're listening to the best of Todd and don On news. Radio, K o b. J Hey, everybody. Todd Jeffries here along with Don Prior. This is the best of the Todd and don show but stay with us were live coming up at 5 30 A news radio K LBJ, mostly sunny skies for today behind today, 76 Should be clear night tonight with a low and 37 from the weather Center. I'm Steve Williams. This segment brought. Hey, it's your homie. Sorry..

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"relief fund" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"relief fund" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Relief Fund and includes money you're marked for technology and hell, three sources, according to state school Superintendent Eric Mickey, You know only about 50 million are less than 50 million has been turned in for reimbursement. There's a lot more that is in progress, and we think that all the money will be spent way Don't anticipate reverting in any money back. He's meeting with school superintendents from around the state. Money must be spent by the end of the year or it goes back to Washington. I'm Jim Farraday and in college football over the weekend, Alabama is a winner. So his Auburn in Troy, rolling past Texas State, 37 17, both South Alabama and you a big games had to be postponed because of positive Corona virus test. I'm Leah Brandon, you're next news at 9 30 coming up. It's the Glenn Beck program in less than two minutes on Birmingham's local news, traffic and weather. Station news radio 1055 w. E. R C and I Heart radio station. What When you need to get on with it. Listen, you know, halfway in between gotta give me something before their own. Head on down to try the new bacon Bourbon Chicken sandwich at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's a hand.

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"relief fund" Discussed on Big Rig Banter

Big Rig Banter

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Big Rig Banter

"Happen or same. Same thing happened to them so Yell! What's one thing that truckers should keep in mind if their company does close? Well say I would say the first thing is just don't panic on nature that if they sent an email out any kind of information out that you read it carefully, some companies are asking drivers to like finish their delivery, and then terminate You know switches. Make sure you read all of those instructions and follow them because you know obviously at the end of the day you don't want your clients to be left high and dry, either so just make sure you follow whatever instruction the company gives you any case where they don't give you any instruction again. Just try not to. To panic, but think about what you need to do. That's best for you in that situation and not so much worrying about what happens to their equipment, or you know things like that. Just think about you know what what's the best thing you can do for yourself is yet and you know you gotta think of the money to you know you're still gonna be getting mileage for delivering that load, so you know you don't i. just drop everything you know. Leave your behind and Get going. That's money that you're still going to be making finishing that delivery, so that's really important as well. Hopefully right? Yeah, and then the second thing we would tell you to do is to figure out how you're going to get home. There's been you know horror stories of truckers getting that email, and they say just drop your rig at the next location and yeah, so good good luck to you, and that's kind of all that truckers are left with, and luckily there's some charities and organizations out there that will dedicate to help truckers find a way home in the time of need Saint Christopher. Truckers Relief Fund is a good one there a nonprofit and they always help truckers difficult situations especially when it comes to getting home and you know, reach out to your company..

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"relief fund" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

The Hospital Finance Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"relief fund" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

"The changes we made in this rule are designed to streamline and speed up the stark law advisor, opinion process, and in particular to do so. We moved to a user fee structure. Some people might not know much about our stark law advisory opinion process, but HHS will actually issue an advisory opinion on whether particular arrangements would violate stark law if we conclude that an arrangement would not violate the stark law. Then HHS is bound by that determination and cannot impose sanctions on any of the parties to the arrangement. Under our new process HHS will also not impose sanctions on any other arrangement that is indistinguishable in all material, respects from the arrangement analyzed in prior advisory opinion and providers can seeking opinion on whether they're. Arrangement is indistinguishable from a prior arrangement. Does as you just frequently. Issue Advisory Opinions relating to the Stark Law. We don't I would say our stark law advisor opinion process is fairly under utilized right now, not counting the handful of narrow advisory opinions issued in two thousand four on Specialty Hospital. Moratorium CMS has issued only fifteen advisory opinions about twenty years in contrast our office of Inspector General which enforces the anti kickback. Statute has been averaging about fifteen kickback advisory opinions each year. The relative scarcity of Stark Advisory Opinion, factor opinions was one factor I would say motivating reforms to the process. We hope the new process. It's easier to take advantage of and that the healthcare industry will reach out for guidance on Stark Law. If HHS cashew more advisory opinions, it will provide greater regulatory clarity to the industry and reduce the stark. Laws Burton. Brennan. Another priority of the administration has been to reform the administrative state. How is HFS contributing to that effort? You Administration has tried to bring some consistency to how agencies issue binding regulations, one of the most significant initiatives was an executive order issued in October of last year, restricting the use of agency guidance documents before I get to that executive order a little background, the heart of modern administrative law is the requirement that agencies must provide the public with notice and an opportunity to comment before a new rule, imposing new obligations becomes final. This is referred to as notice and comment rulemaking. If agencies want to merely explain existing obligations, they can do so by issuing guidance documents which do not need to go through notice and comment rulemaking. But, too often agencies have worked around the requirements of notice and comment rulemaking by embedding new regulatory obligations and guidance documents. This executive order requires agencies to issue regulations governing their usage guidance. These. Regulations must seek to ensure that guidance does not purport to create new legal obligations for example, all guidance documents are required to clearly state on their face that they lacked the force ineffective law. But even where a guidance document does not include new requirements and merely interprets or summarizes an existing requirement, sometimes that guidance is buried in a sub page of some page of a website, and it's not always easy for regulated parties to find it. So, this order has simple solution. It requires agencies to post all of their guidance on a single searchable website. I didn't spend is not posted is deemed rescinded. Finally. The public must also be given an opportunity to petition any agency to modify or rescind one of its guidance documents. HHS is is working on implementing this executive order, and you should watch for further development soon. I imagine there's been some distraction from this Regulatory Reform Agenda lately as a result of covid nineteen. Let's talk about some of the work. HHS is done recently to oversee distribution of money from the coronavirus provider Relief Fund. This has been a major.

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"relief fund" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"relief fund" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Been this real push and this real thought that maybe the coronavirus relief funds. Could. Be used to dramatically improve the broadband network in the state of Vermont. Because now it's necessary. It's more than ever required that people have broadband. And that was where the Lakers were really hoping they could be able to spend about one hundred million dollars. And that just has not been something. They've been able to figure out how to do. They are very concerned that There's restrictions in the coronavirus funding package require them to. essentially. have progress or have the money spent by the end of the year, and that's just not possible, unlike unlike a a free food, giveaway or unemployment, benefit, increases or grants for look for businesses to keep them afloat. You can't just You can't just spend a hundred million dollars broadband initiative and think you. Slap up a network in short order in six months, so they've really dramatically shrunk. What their aspirations on the Endo Yeah and and I mean. Let me go back to square one here though because I think one of the interesting things about in one of the lessons learned perhaps from the coronavirus. Pandemic has been this idea that you know we do have this big digital divide in Vermont and. It's not all economic. Some of its location you in in the cities people think of the digital divide is as being. Obviously you have lower income families who can't afford the you know the monthly bill for a high speed Internet, or or that and and you know and sometimes can't can't really afford the the quick devices the computers, etc.. They'll connect and do so effectively and so on, but The the the biggest you in a rural stay like for Mont really is is. I mean that's one of them. Obviously, the the wealth gap is is present everywhere, but. The the the other big one here is just where where you're located. And if you are you know in a valley behind a mountain or something, you're not gonNA. Get very good cell service and chances are you're not gonNA be getting anything close to the latest connection to the Internet latest and greatest and faster, and so on, and it really makes a difference especially if you are trying to. Do you know a telemedicine appointment from your home with your doctor, be miles away. In and you know in the picture blurry. The doctors trying to see you know what that spot. A new skin really looks like or whatever. So. Are We. Is Anybody talking about arriving at a conclusion that says. This is this. Is it as important as it's just a given it Vermont that school buses travel the dirt roads to every corner of Vermont because we have a legal requirement that Vermont provided education. To every kid, no matter where he or she lives and rural electrification is another. Push. That happened back in really in the mid century. Twenty th century and we now have basically no part of Vermont where you can't get connected somehow to to the electrical grid. Are we ever going to get there? In terms of just regarding, this is a crucial piece of for infrastructure. Well I don't think I can answer that question. I know that the legislature has set a goal that by twenty twenty four high speed Internet by which broadband internet which they define as higher than the federal standard about four times fast. A federal standard federal standard is Twenty five megabits per second download speed and they're. They're actually like to see a hundred You know bits per second download speeds to every address in the state. That's that's available. That's you know fiber strong..

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"relief fund" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"relief fund" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Representing tens of thousands of artists brilliant talented and passionate individuals across Illinois who have been separated from their livelihood as well exhibitions and performances for my friends and colleagues for myself have been canceled and I'm seeing firsthand. How artists are hurting from this crisis. And it's not just visual artists that I'm talking about actors musicians dancers choreographers. Playwrights Lighting Techs Costume fabricators wigmakers carpenters electricians stage managers box office staff ushers facilities workers and the many more individuals and organizations that are immediately impacted when our theaters went dark studios went silent. Museums and galleries closed their doors. But Arts and creatives are resilient we to in some ways are the front line of being the bellwethers of these moments where we all have to come together as humans we will not stop making creating inspiring challenging bearing witness and bringing hope in fact. That's all we know to do in these moments. We're here just to ask for your support. But it's also part of the solution today in this moment of crisis even now we're still creating and connecting. I'll be at virtually and we're sheltering in place and we need the arts now more than ever again. Thank you to the State of Illinois governor the city of Chicago and Mayor Lightfoot and the foundations and individuals who've already stepped up to provide financial support to my peers the creative community during this time. I like to offer special recognitions to the Arts Alliance Illinois which has been the leader in bringing together so many funders artists and partners to launch arts for Illinois and the Relief Fund a member of the steering committee and there to make sure that the artist voice is heard. This relief fund will.

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