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"robin freeman" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

Tribe Talk Connection

03:25 min | 5 months ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"All the way through graduation empowering them to find the most meaningful jewish life that they can on campus that they wanna make for themselves so i think we need to grow our movement. I think we have as we've shared earlier. Think we are onto something and we have discovered that. There's a niche. That's not being met and our audience is growing older and it's growing younger. Frankly because we know that there's a need we even in the junior high school and in the high school environments. And frankly what i love very much to see is a mechanism for people to latch onto enjoying r. J. join our tribe and become more informed and to bring in an opportunity to learn more about the work that we're doing into their schools zip codes no longer matter and i know that i'm excited to share with the group that may not know who are listening the back in april may i launched our first podcast. We actually went international. So we're excited to say we've got we got game And we wanna continue to grow are really are network and we need it was all of your out and tell your friends and really more importantly come to our website. Five talk dot word and join us. We have a lot to share and we want to hear from you. I would add that as we grow. We're gonna look to expand our geographic presence and one of the benefits of being online online platform is that we don't need to be anywhere right now. We sort of saturated are starting to saturate the boston community. But we do hope to pick the next ten to fifteen cities and roll out and become more nationally known and recognized and get more kids onto the website in bringing more organization together so that we can truly be central resource for students in organizations. That are focused in a target spot. Sweet spot of that of that bridge between high school and college. I actually will just add one more thing i think. Michelle framed it nicely. I actually think it's high school college and beyond because we know that a lot of our students are going to get graduate degrees and sadly many of these campuses. And i'm thinking of one in particular in new. York is a hotbed for activity against anti israel sentiment. And so i think it's it doesn't end and we are not just sunsetting at an age in particular so it's it's about seekers of knowledge and helping those continue to have agency as they grow in evolve into the best students and learners and humans. They can be this was really illuminating. I wanna thank michelle. Black robin freeman and jude sydney. The three co founders of tribe. Talk thanks so much. Guys for doing the podcast. Thank you for giving us the chance to share our vision with a greater group of people were really looking forward to the future and it was nice to have the opportunity to talk a little bit more about the organization. What we're trying to achieve. Thank you jordan. It was a pleasure to talk to you about this. You've been with us from the very beginning. And it was really. We appreciate the opportunity to share our vision. What we're working on. I just want to mention that we would not be able to do this. With the support of the good people fund They are a fiscal sponsor. There are support. They are a wonderful sponsor generally and we would not be able to be where we are without them and also without two other key advisers. Dr rachel fish. Who's the head of the kraft family foundation against antisemitism together beat hate and also read the barsky who is the director of the jewish teen initiative at combined. Yours philanthropies.

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"robin freeman" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

Tribe Talk Connection

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"All the way through graduation empowering them to find the most meaningful jewish life that they can on campus that they wanna make for themselves so i think we need to grow our movement. I think we have as we've shared earlier. Think we are onto something. We have discovered that. There's a niche. That's not being met and our audience is growing older growing younger. Frankly because we know that there's a need we even in the high school and in the high school environments and frankly what i love very much to see is a mechanism for people to latch onto enjoying r. J. join our tribe and become more informed and to bring in an opportunity to learn more about the work that we're doing into their schools zip codes no longer matter and i know that i'm excited to share with the group that may not know who are listening the back in april may i launched our first podcast. We actually went international. So we're excited to say we've got we got game And we wanna continue to grow are really are network and we need it was all of your out and tell your friends and really more importantly come to our website. Five talk dot word and join us. We have a lot to share and we want to hear from you. I would add that as we grow. We're gonna look to expand our geographic presence and one of the benefits of being online online platform is that we don't need to be anywhere right now. We sort of saturated are starting to saturate the boston community. But we do hope to pick the next ten to fifteen cities and roll out and become more nationally known and recognized and get more kids onto the website in bringing more organization together so that we can truly be central resource for students in organizations. That are focused in a target spot. Sweet spot of that of that bridge between high school and college. I actually will just add one more thing i think. Michelle framed it nicely. I actually think it's high school college and beyond because we know that a lot of our students are going to get graduate degrees and sadly many of these campuses. And i'm thinking of one in particular in new. York is a hotbed for activity against anti israel sentiment. And so i think it's it doesn't end and we are not just sunsetting at an age in particular so it's it's about seekers of knowledge and helping those continue to have agency as they grow and evolve into the best students and learners and humans. They can be this was really illuminating. I wanna thank michelle. Black robin freeman and jude sydney. The three co founders of tribe. Talk thanks so much. Guys for doing the podcast. Thank you for giving us the chance to share our vision with a greater group of people were really looking forward to the future and it was nice to have the opportunity to talk a little bit more about the organization. What we're trying to achieve. Thank you jordan. It was a pleasure to talk to you about this. You've been with us from the very beginning. And it was really. We appreciate the opportunity to share our vision. What we're working on. I just want to mention that we would not be able to do this without the support of the good people fund They are a fiscal sponsor. There are support. They are a wonderful sponsor generally and we would not be able to be where we are without them and also without two other key advisers. Dr rachel fish. Who's the head of the kraft family foundation against antisemitism together beat hate and also read the barsky who is the director of the jewish teen initiative at combined. Yours philanthropies in boston. These three organizations and people have been so supportive of us and we wouldn't be where we are today without them. We look forward to more.

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"robin freeman" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:33 min | 10 months ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Daniel, if you want to twenty five percent off your scientist prolonged conversation about dispose nutritional breakfast actually yes we did with Greg O'Brien over there. Yes. We'll love talk tech talk as well as the. Brakes. Aluminium frame has a message from lizzy banks today who hosts service coursing that she'd been listening back to episode one of our grants coverage all the way back in Palermo with you asking all these tech questions she was asking if you like to gas host on episode of service. Course. Low Tech questions asking you're asking all the writers. Yeah. All kinds of things really getting into that aren't you any back to science and sport thank you very much to scientists support for supporting else go to science in support dot com and enter the Code Discount Code Sis C. P. Twenty five at checkout for twenty, five percent of. Let's go to question. I know John Brennan here from Dublin I'm really enjoying the Jiro coverage so. I just wanted to say something about how the pro cyclists transition from cycling with their team where everything is laid on for them and everything is looked after to him the cycling in say the word championships for the country have the same bicycle have the same gear generally have the same one year same mechanic just wondering how all of that works. Thanks for your question Brandon interesting one we thought we'd put. It to one of the writers who is keeping all the dire for us and who wrote the World Championships recently James. Knox the couldn't quickstep. Here's his response to your question simple but it's complicated I'm there and support by great. Britain entire time everything needs to be organized with the different trade team. So a truck from quickstep came down came somewhere near him. Love before I arrived GB mechanic went and collected. And then the Gbi mechanic was then responsible for my bike masters were. Years responsible for preparing all I use combination of some of my own we use sixty products is sixty, and then suddenly i. Just making do what you can basically, and then at the end of the races quite few team trucks and stuff collected around. So I drop off my bike and wheels directly I didn't finish pulled out when I got. Up to go get my bike back the team, and then they drove a day late, two zero masks on us lots of emails sent backwards and forwards, and the worst thing about it. All is you selected to write until a week before. Awesome. So I was still in Toronto I think less they terrain off hours writing hustle inside if you well interesting there from James let's move onto another question showy. Hey, guys. This is Eric Friend of the podcast from Michigan in the United States and just had A. Comment about the perception of team, any OSS, this year and their struggles in grand tours. I believe Daniels said something about them being in the unfamiliar position about not having someone at the sharp end of the race with Thomas's withdrawal. But I'm curious as to how much this is actually reflected in any else or skies grandeur history. In grand tours, not the Tour de France going back to two thousand and eleven at the start of the team. In that since that time I believe they've had to finishes in the Jodi Talia with Chris firms win in eighteen, and then Rigoberta Iran second-place in two thousand thirteen and apart from these they also had three other occasions really had riders finished in the top ten with Iran and now in two, thousand, twelve and Leopold Konig I believe in two, thousand, fifteen or two, thousand and sixteen, and this is hardly reflective of a team that dominates or even does well, in a grand tour I believe Vincenzo Nibley or Dominica pots of you probably have as many top tens in that time in his euro as team sky slash Ns did and looking at a Vuelta it is slightly better but it still. Is Very much a one man show where either Chris. Room does well or the team struggles and what just curious what implications this has for the team going forward without Chris Rooms involvement are we going to see a team much more with feet of clay and much more like other teams and are we really overlooking the enduring quality of teams like astonished and movie star who have done remarkably consistent in grand tours in tour such as zero and the welter even though they may not have had as many wins in the Tour de France. anyways. Thanks for the coverage and look forward to the next two weeks. Thanks Eric in Michigan your question. But not many feet of clay. Do we I mean It's talking particular by the general in the Vuelta team sky t many else's record. In those races it isn't great i? Mean they have dominated third France that's pretty significant that counts for a lot has it been an expensive those races and do we almost overestimate the force of any skies as a grand tour team I? Think we've always assumed partly because from came after weekends. not organizations sky in your elevated from Robin Freeman elevating them. But maybe we'll. We'll revise that slightly when we look back on this amazing period of dominance in two or three years I'm we see how they fare why the next couple of years when firms gone, you can't accuse him of not taking the Jiro seriously I mean they went Ritchie Pool and They put him in a motor home. I mean they took it very seriously but I think there's always been a sense and some of subliminal and communicated but there's a sense that the Tour de France is that raised on that and there is never quite the same tension the kind kind of sense of life or death about the Jiro even someone like Richie Pool and. Went to the Jiro knowing the biggest his biggest job of the year really was the was in the next race, the Tour de France and I think possibly permeated their dispirit they've taken into the Jaren us. You know that's not anyone's fault. Necessarily it's just the way it is. The tour is always been the most important thing for them and then the welter as. We all know it's a place where you can make up for what's gone ride. The Tour de France will you can put an extra to cherry on the cake and that's been the case for for sky in doesn't and again from is the one that the shown the way with his incredible determination and he's he's someone who I think has gone into every big objective. With the spirit that it is not quite life or death but that he's going to go to go to win and compete to win in grand tools whether it be the Vuelta tool whatever. But again, you know maybe that's said more about him than it has about the team. It's interesting. You mention movie star because in previous guys Banesto on, it's interesting Luke. How they Doubt with the loss of injuring when he retired. After not winning the ninety-six tour he he retired and they were always looking Ryan for the next. The next century tried to Abram Alano and writers like that. Alex. Zola's as well as there. And they never really struck gold in the same way and it wasn't until Alejandro Verde emerged that they had a new talisman by different Kinda rider. A team's success does depend on having that.

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"robin freeman" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on Today, Explained

"My Dad's a Hindu and my mom's Catholic so my brother and I were raised Catholic and this was always a big week for the Catholics even bigger than Christmas. In a way. You've got palm Sunday. Today's holy Thursday. Tomorrow is good. Friday Sunday's Easter. There's lots of church. Some fasting followed by some feasting. Lots of chocolate. If you're lucky Passover also began at sundown Wednesday time to read the Harada drink wine and eat motte set. Seder. If you're Muslim Ramadan's around the corner. These are some holy holy days for billions and billions of people around the world more than half the planet's population. But this year they can't get together and worship in some places we found that religious communities have actively helped spread this virus win. They gathered together in large groups. Jack Jenkins has been reporting on how the major fates have been coping with cove nineteen for religion news service. You know one of the biggest early examples actually in South Korea. There is a religious group there that early on with traced to the spread of the virus. The church itself says that it is cooperating. Fully it's provided contact details of all of its members so that the authorities can follow up and health officials can check with them to see if they are carrying the viruses. These numbers continued to spike. And actually it led to the government testing all two hundred thousand members of that religious tradition. Because they can trace it back to their worship services But then here in the United States we've seen some things as well in the county of Sacramento actually a third of at the time when they reported this of three hundred odd cases of drove iris in that county and a third of them were attributed not only to faith communities in general but most of that third to one specific faith community in the region the church services online weeks ago. So the problem hasn't been people congregating here but at other people's homes for service so had another instance in North Carolina where multiple cases of the current virus were traced back to one gathering. The one church helped lead in Washington state. Although this church choir practiced social distancing two people are dead and dozens more sick the group rehearsed right before the health department recommended. No large gatherings in New York City their suspicions that early pure services among Jews. Who were very careful by the way really? There's a lot of anxiety about whether they should have even held those services and they went they call the WHO actually gave him the green light to do it There's a lot of you know looking back. Twenty twenty hindsight thinking that actually led to the spread of the virus in New York City as well and so we see a lot of these pockets of outbreaks of the virus across the country. You know rooted in religious communities and from the perspective of many Health professionals that makes sense the virus spreads when there's lots of people gathered in the same space. So how is the United States? Attempted to deal with this. I know it's a patchwork throughout the country where you have shelter in place lockdown type measures. Do you have exceptions for religious services or are they included? This is an interesting question. And it's one that has come up a lot recently on because it's all these governors are issuing these new shelter in place or Stay at home orders and some of them. Some of the earliest ones explicitly. You know outlawed religious services alongside any other large gathering but as time has rolled on. We've started to see some of these governors either issue stayed home. Orders that exempt religious services or even retroactively redesignated faith groups as quote unquote essential services. Now back here in Kansas. Lawmakers have reversed in order by the governor that restricted church gatherings. Most of them are already planning to stay home and pray together and watch services online. We just felt like it was a violation of their constitutional rights. To have the government. Tell them that they cannot participate in a church service in a couple of polls now that show roughly twelve percent of faith communities continuing to gather in person as of a week week and a half ago. We don't have the latest data on that you know in some states you can still have a church service or go to a synagogue. But you need to do it with ten people are less and those seem to be carve out specific small religious ceremonies whether that's a baptism or something of that nature where everyone in the church would also have to stand six feet from each other. So you're kind of seeing a really hodgepodge approach to all of this and then above. All of that is the White House which was really slow to address this issue. Early online vice president pence people were still going to church. What's your message to folks? Still heading outside of their home to go to church services well for Karen and I and I know the president. We'd been enjoying worship services online but they didn't actually come down until very recently last week. Vice President Pence did finally answer a question about this. We really believe this is a time when people should avoid gatherings of more than ten people and and So we continue to urge Churches around America to heat that. Are you seeing religious leaders? Rebel against these stay at home orders against the administration against their own clergy. He S We're actually seeing several points of tension here. The two most dramatic examples came up last week. Where we had the arrest of a pastor in Florida Anna Pasture in Louisiana who had continued to defy local authorities and gather in large groups of hundreds or in the case of the Louisiana Pastor as many as a thousand people gathered together at one place. Just hours after pastor Tony Spell of Life Tabernacle Church and central was charged with six misdemeanor counts of disobeying. The power of the governor Tuesday service was still on schedule. This is an affront and attack. Full all Christians across the world and my entire congregation stands in solidarity with me as their shepherd we had an emotional time had water baptisms and a lot of people say today a defiant a Florida pastor arrested for openly blatantly violating a ban on large gatherings continuing to hold Sunday church services. You can see how it brown preaching to a room full of people many of them shoulder to shoulder in total disregard of the CDC's six feet social distancing guidelines mich- not about a virus is about the church being a essential service to the community. Since those arrests occurred. The State of Florida has now said that religious gatherings are exempt from their stay at home order and even the county in which that Florida pasture. was gathering his church. They've also issued an order saying that religious communities are exempt None of those orders or retroactive so on the asteroid is still going to face charges of endangering public health for continuing to gather amidst this pandemic and so there has been some tension between these faith groups and ruling authorities across the country. He refused repeated requests. Please don't put or five hundred point. Danger door they then go home and put thousands more endanger with the possible spread of this cove in nineteen buyers. When you close every door in this city will close this door. And we'll go underground but we are going to assemble and congregate as God fearing Christians. What is it that prevents these religious leaders adhering to these stay at home orders to the guidance from the White House? Even you get people who say that you know God protects them if they continue to worship or or you get people who argue that it's just simply part of their religious liberty and for a lot of these communities there. Is this concern that if you take me from my house of worship you're really taking away a lot of the the reason and the ability for me to exist in society as I as I have known it. My Name's Robin Freeman. And I live in southern California in Orange County and I was up visiting my parents In westlake village thousand oaks during this quarantine time and attended a church with them at calvary. Chapel God's Be Palm Sunday.

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"robin freeman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from our studios in central London in a moment. A startling new report points to a massive drop in the global wildlife population as a result of human activity. That's our top story today. Also in today's program, the nurse suspected of being Germany's worst serial killer since the second World War has admitted to killing one hundred of his former patients will have the latest from Berlin. We'll also hear from Jamaica show. Jeez. Widow. What more does she know about what happened on the day? He went into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and never came out a distinguished British surgical expert claims that computers along with the demise of sewing has harmed. The deck Sarah dexterity of future surgeons, and as the Trump administration sends an additional five thousand two hundred troops to the US border with Mexico. We speak to members of the migrant caravan making its way up Mexico, many of whom have declined the offer of asylum that. I went to Kate my girls better at living here. The wages are almost the same as seen on Dora's. Does he it? Morning decided we'll either reach the United States and victory. Dial away decided is better to die in the struggle them. Live like cowards. Stay with us for those stories. Lots coming up this hour, we begin not with today, but with the future, and how generations to come will judge us. I'll top story today. Highlights nothing less than the existence of species. We have long taken for granted. A new report from the conservation charity WWF blames us humankind for the overuse of natural resources. We have definitely heard that before today's report those says there has been a sixty percent fall in the global wildlife population in less than fifty years, and that most classes of animals and suffered from an unbridled consumption, which has triggered a mass extinction. There are many causes but global food production is a big one the growing demand for food and the way it's produced is proving to be devastating for wildlife, and it's destroying land Tanya steal from the WWF said the. The scale of wildlife loss was staggering shocking. If we were to compare it to human populations, this would be the equivalent of leasing the entire human populations of Europe of the Americas of China. This is missing stoning shift, and this is a long range twenty year report. But what it's telling us that nature is dying. And we rely on nature for the breath, the food we eat. And of course, there is a clarion. Call for an ambitious deal for nature and people similar to the Paris agreement to tackle climate change. Some of these statistical data in the WWF report came from the zoological society of London before we came on air. I spoke to the head of their indicators and assessments unit Dr Robin Freeman he gave me some examples of species that have suffered a decline we collect the statistics behind living pedantic. So we monitor about twenty two thousand populations of which about sixteen thousand during this index and some examples of the species monitor things like the grey Partridge, which we have observed to decline of eighty five percent since nineteen seventy or things like whale sharks which have reduced by sixty three percent population in the Indo Pacific or even things like are puffins in the UK. They are projected to decline by about fifty percent over the next fifty years. So in the context of what you've outlined what poses a threat to human existence. So in addition to I think that the moral need for us to protect these species. I think that these. Species are an indicator of the health of the kind of ecosystems that we rely on. So groups such as pollinators are critical for our food production things like fruit and vegetables and we've seen pollinator declines whether it's bees, bats birds. We also see things like farmland birds, which are a regulator of the past farmlands are in decline. And I think that the impact that we're having on these populations whether it's through habitat loss exploitation or even background impact of climate change is having an incredible affect on all of these populations and therefore our wellbeing when we talk about the moral imperative to change the way in which we behave is it also to do with thinking about future generations in the context of say, the African elephant and how emblematic species is for a particular region. Yeah. I think that there's two important arguments. One is the economic value or the services that these species provide, but there's also a species like the African elephant or or like are puffing in the UK these are species. The I want my six year old son to go and visit when he's my age, and I think if we leave a world impoverished to our children than than we failed them. And are you talking about it in terms of one? On generation, all what's the projection? Yes. So I think it depends on different species species. Like elephants are in some cases, quite considerably endangered, and whether they survive another fifty years is an open question, but there are other species that are much more abundant, but may still be declining. And so it varies across different species. But I think whether the declines that we observe continue at the rate, we observe them or whether there are larger step changes which occur once these ecosystems begin to collapse. I don't think we know that. And when we talk about ecosystems collapsing is the context of that just climate change. Or are we talking about other factors to other factors? So when we look across the twenty thousand populations in the living index we have records of threats for about four thousand of those populations and habitat losses by far and away the most frequently recorded threat to those populations and things like exploitation or invasive species are also important threats climate change while not often as reported. In other work. We've observed that being quite a significant predictor of the rapidity of declines flickering birds. We sent me seen scientists map pout five mass extinctions since the earth has been inhabited is what we're talking about. Here the possibility of another mass extinction as a community. We estimate that the the extinction rate presently is about one hundred thousand times the background rate, which is about point one species per million species years, so it's way higher than we would expect it to be. But what's important by the statistics today? The sixty percent decline is these are extent these are living populations. It's not that they are going extinct is that the populations. There are still here are rapidly declining towards extinction. So I think many scientists would agree that we're in the process of witnessing another mass extinction. That's largely down to our human impacts. And what can be done to either stop or possibly even reverse the loss of species? When I talk to my mom, for example. And she says what can I as an individual do the things that we often describe like just eating less meat is one thing. Another is talking to your Representative. So in the UK right to your MP convince them that you're concerned about these things in order for us to reverse extinctions on a global scale. I think that's going to require global effort. And so w have talk about this kind of new deal. And what we as scientists need to do. In addition to convincing policymakers to change things is set the pathway that allows us to see these populations to recover to whether that's marrying up things with the scenarios from climate change. So do we need to get to a one point five degree future to see populations recover or do we need to do better than that? I was bio-diversity expert. Dr Robin Freeman from the zoological society of London on that report today from the WWF pointing to sixty percent, dropping global wildlife numbers over just forty five years. Tell us what you think at BBC NewsHour is the programs Twitter handle at Raza ball is mine. Now, a city mayor race and city council elections may not be deemed to be of international import these elections are taking place today in Jerusalem, possibly the most contested and potently political city in the world for the first time the ballot paper includes a Palestinian who is running for a city hall seat. It's proving a highly controversial move in a city divided by it's largely Jewish population in the western Palestinians in the east. The latter. Have broadly boycotted elections for the city authority since one thousand nine hundred sixty seven when Israel captured and annexed east Jerusalem in a move not recognized internationally this report from Amolis correspondent, Tom Bateman? I joined Ahmad Awad for an uphill task the daily school run. Yeah. We are going up to the schools. Why? So you climb over the jazz. The war breeze book. What kind of debt it's very hard for them. Because there is no service buses take them. It's dangerous. It's an image that you don't see in the Jewish neighborhood in west Jerusalem Jerusalem. Yes, it is a common complaint among the more than three hundred thousand Palestinians of east Jerusalem, the pay the same council taxes as people in the west, but speak of the injustice of neglected services. Poor infrastructure even home demolitions in some cases for lacking planning permits. This.

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"robin freeman" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Sweet right in god we learned gordon in all that modern who went begging no you're out mm and me no dump oh my mind whoa now now man you're listening to divide live radio radio with robin robin lehman lavin lavin robin freeman all right all right everyone you got robin land keeping the vibes live i am in the studio right now with totally benefit with the sneak peek at his upcoming show tony tony tony tony benefit what you do here's mayor about your door in our your door you forever meet i'm door good i'm through endured armored carrefour you you're impaired growing mark breaker garm here have loaded.

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"robin freeman" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Sweet right in god we learned gordon in all that modern who went begging no you're out mm and me no dump oh my mind whoa now now man you're listening to divide live radio radio with robin robin lehman lavin lavin robin freeman all right all right everyone you got robin land keeping the vibes live i am in the studio right now with totally benefit with the sneak peek at his upcoming show tony tony tony tony benefit what you do here's mayor about your door in our your door you forever meet i'm door good i'm through endured armored carrefour you you're impaired growing mark breaker garm here have loaded.

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"robin freeman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In and really incredible woman in in world history and there's been this reaction against this kind of development in some now we have a new on a reversal of where people want to build in different cities and walkup oil and this is also on an example of how we have to begin to be much more intelligent about um seeing of benefits of uh uh what is called a new urbanism or or a new form urbanism but we also have to recognize that uh you know in the explosion that went before that hung is suburbs there was incredible racial uh uh kind of a racial attitudes that led to the development in cities and now we're seeing the all of those things being transported now in our new planning so that the concentration on people in the wall 'cable neighborhoods also um you know people think of that now as a places that wealthy people can go shopping while they're walking in their neighborhoods but the poor people who are now being pushed out to the suburbs where they are forced to spend two uh five or six hours a day on that uh getting back and forth from the city to the urban places come into the world rural and suburban places so we have to think about planning for uh all of the populations in new ways but we have to special especially put our attention on transforming the environment did that on that poor people living so that that that we don't have another generation of apartheid this time turning inside out where the poor people live on the periphery of arbor urban development while the rich people living in her cities like is what's happening in san francisco now is that an a caller i hear i thought i was hoping that we hear from some people who are uh in the environmental movement back in the day and new you and work with you and i think robin is one of those robin high hello karlin rama robin freeman robin freeman abetted miserable is uh i i recognized steers also um my i wanted to give a big thankyou in and um uh a and and talk about some of the effect of uh what a work you've gone because uh you know i've learned from you for forty years now and i we're now working in one of those marginalized.

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"robin freeman" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"robin freeman" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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