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"sarah bull" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs
"Me at the roundtable this episode are from edmonton a most familiar voice. Kim tall bear professor of native studies that the university of alberta greetings kim. But have you back in action. Thank you hi joining us for halifax a new voice to this podcast one. You'll hear from a lot. This season is the award winning investigative journalist who has now taken up a new rule at the university of king's college the rogers chair in journalism. Trina roache well allen. Thanks wreck. I'm happy to be here now just before we get into this week's topic longtime listeners. Used to what we might call. Our regular lineup may be wondering where humanize usual counterparts namely our great friend. Candice collison and out of respect for privacy. Let me just say this in fact i'll just share what she has on twitter that she's taking a break from all her usual duties in order to deal with a serious health issue and i can't say enough how much she has meant to this. Podcast says and what a privilege. It's been to to be the beneficiary of her insights. And i heard her joy and her spirit and kim. I expect you'll join me in wishing canvas a speedy and safe recovery. Yes i do. I need to write her and i miss her a lot and i hope she's doing is well as can be expected. I know she's got a lot of support around her. I've checked in with people at. Ub see to okay onto our topic this episode ever-growing numbers of unmarked graves the bulk of which assumed first nations children Some adults but It seems so far. They're believed to be mostly children at various residential school sites by one estimate. So far we've seen in heard of just slightly over fifteen hundred unmarked graves found at seven different residential school sites. There are different numbers making the rounds on social media. Something will get to yet for me. Th th the conversation. I wanna have upfront is about how something like this gets discussed digested and presented in framed in the larger canadian discourse. And so just to help set the scene that way. There is a story Back from mid july by rachel. Canada about the kamloops graves confirmation. This was the first of the most recent series of of discovery or as some call it the uncovering of what was known to already there in that story. We're introduced to someone by the name of sarah bull who said she surveyed two acres of one hundred and sixty acre area for may twenty first to may twenty four th of this year and i wanted to actually draw your attention to her take on the graves and the validation thereof again. According to reggio canada quote voglio stressed that ground. Penetrating radar is not necessary to confirm that children went missing at residential schools since there is copious oral history documentation. That confirms that fact. Remote-sensing merely provide some spatial specificity. To this truth she said on quote. I also if i may want it to add to that the fact that it was late. Twenty fifteen when the truth and reconciliation commission released its entire six volume final report the fourth volume of which was literally entitled canada's residential schools missing children and unmarked burials. So trina drawing on your experience as a former reporter who stints in the business has included mainstream outlets. I given what bolio notes given the. Trc's work here. What you make of the way. This story has been framed by the media and thereafter digested and disgust among canadians at large one of the things that really like when they announced the two hundred fifteen recovered unmarked graves. It's such a shocking number. I think the difference for Indigenous peoples is that it wasn't surprising and it really shouldn't have been surprising for for anyone given all the work of the tse those reports and you reference the report specifically on children who died in residential school. I i'm one. It left me wondering did it. The media read the report. 'cause all that work was there And so it. It was shocking and and it took people by surprise. And it's kind of that. You know where we we sort of Demand proof and will. Here's the proof. So we had all this testimony. We had all these stories And here's an here's the solid evidence of it and then and then everyone is is Is sort of taken aback And so i mean you know the to me it was a little bit I you know. I've i've read the coverage over the course of the summer and there have been some really good stories like the good stories in terms of well done Stories in some of the coverage but but it just felt like you know. There's these stories. The indigenous peoples have been you know talking about these stories they gave testimony. The tier see did a report on this and so it shouldn't come. It shouldn't come as a surprise. And so sometimes i think the voices of indigenous peoples aren't You know maybe given weight And so all of a sudden we have the evidence and then you have this sort of. I mean internationally You have this this Outpouring of shock And so you know. I i think that sort of it sort of says something about the coverage before even though the coverage in the meantime i think has of You know moved forward. I mean i think you know. Investigative teams all of a sudden. There are formed to to start looking into this. And i'm like now but really that should have happened back in twenty fifteen really well. Drc had a number of calls to action pushing for all of this pushing for the feds to to support it which they did. The feds either did in only very partial terms or or not at all. Yeah like the call. The calls were there right. And and and so i think media sometimes like the reports get issued and and sometimes in in daily news. The reality is that like are you going to read a Like one hundred page reporter or are you reading the executive summary but at some point you do have to sit down like maybe to meet that daily deadline. You're you're you're doing something More brief but there's lots of opportunities To to push further and i mean now you see it right you see the. There's the stories That initially komo are emotional. Stories like you know the reaction of survivors and hopefully all the good coverage provided Crisis hotline information and all of that stuff because it was very traumatic all summer. And now you start to see. You're starting to see stories pushing for accountability and all of those other sort of questions..
"sarah bull" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"To something that's not working for anyone. One city's fight over policing on the next morning edition from NPR News. You're listening to the BBC World Service. I'm Julian Marshall. And this is news are Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has seen to beaned in the row ever licked recording in which the former minister Javad Zarif, criticized the late military commander, ASEM Salam money. In the leak. Mr Zarif accused General Soleimani of having interfered and his diplomatic work He since apologized, saying he regretted the upset caused in particular to the general's family. But Mr. Zarif didn't retract the remarks he made in the recording, saying they were what he believed to be the truth. We're talking harmony is now said that such criticism is regrettable on has praised Islamic revolutionary Guards of which General Soleimani was the commander. As and I quote. The most effective factor in preventing passive diplomacy in the West Asia region. So has that rebuke ended any chance Mr Zarif might have had Standing as a presidential candidate in next month's election. Adnan Taboo to Dubai is in Iran analyst I think it's really still too early to say On the one hand, it could be expected that the Supreme leader would voice some criticism with regards to the remarks that were leaked, but at the same time, it could have been harsher than that. And we will have to see how the Vienna talks. The talks about the nuclear agreement are going to proceed. If they lead to a success, then I think that if is back in the game You don't think he has to be Mork contrite about his criticism of custom Solomon E. Because even though he says he's regretted The upset he's caused. He didn't retract his remarks. Yes, he actually didn't even apologize for those remarks, which he said if someone took these words in a manner that is basically hurting them. Then he feels sorry for that. But he did not withdraw his main line, so m. He's still basically on the record with everything he says. It's not the first time he has said these things, so I don't think that there's going to be any further reaction from from Zarif on that in the near future, who would have leaked These remarks to think. That's a That's a very important question. So it could be his supporters within the president's office thinking that the leak like that could basically boost his popularity. But that's obviously a very risky calculation. It can be his opponents, mainly in the intelligence system off the revolutionary Guards who think that exactly what happened today would in fact and various political career. It's very difficult to tell on me. I have to say that I haven't made up my mind yet. As to which scenarios the likelier one. I mean, if it is the latter. Presumably the damage is calculated not just to damage, Mr said brief, but the entire reform is camp in Iran. Indeed, I mean, because obviously, even today, hours before the speech by the Supreme leader, the reformist camp has basically announced its list of favorite candidates for the presidential election and very falls on top of that list. So indeed, the idea would be to denounce the reformers. Campbell together I mean, Iranian elections often threw up last minute surprises such as McMurdo Medina jacked in 2000 and five Hassan Rouhani in 2013. Is there a clear front runner this time? You're absolutely right about the short term dynamics off these elections, and indeed it's we're less than two months into the election date, and it's still not clear to. To some extent, 11 could have Countered that if a Zapata Bill front runner, the chief of the judiciary, Abraham rise, see is said to be popular among the conservative principalists camp. But nothing is clear until this day, so we will have to wait and see for another short term Christian Dahl to build up the Conservatives currently though, feel they have the momentum. Mother, are they right? They could have had this momentum if they were basically a unified front, but they really aren't There are many candidates calibers off this camp who viewed themselves as being the perfect representatives on there are at least 3 to 4 different strands within this political camp, and there is some proper infighting going on. So it Z not clear that they can actually see this momentum to secure the presidency. Of certain an Alberta by and Iran analyst speaking to US from Germany. Yeah. We're getting out of France, where an electoral packed in the south of the country between President Macron centrists and the conservative Party. The Republicans has fallen apart within hours of being announced. The Republicans in the region had accepted help from Macron supporters to see off a challenge from the far right National Rally Party of Marine Le Pen. But the Republicans, national leaders denounced the defeatism of the local party and struck the regional leader off the list of candidates. Because he'd broken party rules. Sara Bell Amazon is political reporter with the French newspaper Le Monde. Why were elements of the Republicans so desperate to get the support of Macron's party? It's not the whole party that was this bird to get the support of my cone. It's mostly Oh, no misery who is the leader of the region? Right now? He doesn't want to lose his scared off the competition off the left. If the unites he's scared of the competition off the rest of Ramona's journal, which is our far right party, so he wanted to have an alliance so he wouldn't lose. And so he took this decision himself at local level. Yes, he took this decision himself, Despite the decision off the party at the national level, not to make any alliance, no pact with Mama on the first surround off the elections. This alliance in all of us in 2021 could be the first step nationally there. Republicans think at this point They have no interest in a non lines with my crew. They are desperate to exist. Michael has tried to take from them their voters. Michael would like to have all the political landscape to be reimagined around him with the center, right. What does it tell us, though, about the state of French politics at the moment? All the ships going on, of which this is an example. What's Michael have tried to achieve when he got elected by redesigning all the political landscape is maybe working with Little Caprica, some at the party. You know if you can, even though they still have the first opposition force at the Parliament think that their party's over and that it will explode between Mama and one side and rattle some promotional the extreme right party on the other side. Is there a little bit don't have a serious candidate in 2022. They might disappear. And if they disappear and and some of them, most of them go with Michael, you have a huge almost party with Opposed to political region and part of the left that could also do with him. If the left disappear. What will happen? What is at stake here is a total redefinition off our political landscape with the two old parties that we have known for decades on the edge of maybe disappearing, so this looks like a very Tantalizing prospect, therefore, for next year's presidential election, if you have not that strong right party and not that strong passport, the politics will be corner polarized. Between March the party women and Macron and Robertson Ramanathan Anna, the party of Mine. An appendix from right party alignment might have been so people fear that if you have, if the only alternative toe the party that is ruling is the extreme someday, the extreme might access to the exit. Which is over a presidential palace. That was Sarah Bull is on a political porter with the French newspaper Lamont. You're listening to the BBC World Service. I'm Julia Marshall. This is news are do stay with us a lot more.
"sarah bull" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Bad. It's like pure gasoline doing a lot of you. Michael Bay is like Zack Snyder without talent or plot. Somewhere out there is somebody gets that job was like, Oh, my God. He just assassinated Michael Bay. Thank you again to Mike Reiss. Voice of the Rockies, along with Jack Corrigan, looking forward to tomorrow night when the Rockies air back That's right. They're going to open the season in Texas against the Rangers on deck begins at 5 25 1st pitch has 605 with Jack Corrigan and Mike Reiss here the Rockies all season. Long on Leon. Ko Way news radio. You'd be a little listen to that. Throughout course, the next couple of months right here on K O in his radio and tomorrow night, starting at 5 25 Cody Roark is going to join us coming up in the next segment from Pfm Broncos and locked on Broncos. We'll talk a little bit. About our poll question, which you can find right now at a away Colorado And, of course, the computer to set to freeze right in that moment, but NFL dot com says age A bouquet will be the Broncos most improved player in 2020. Who else has the best chance to be most improved? Alexander Johnson, Noah Fant Isaac Yeah, Adam or Sarah Bulls. So it's kind of it's gonna pour through this just for a moment, and I'd love to hear your reaction on the text line. 56690 would give us a call three or 3713 85 85. Alexander Johnson, No offense Isaac Adam or Garrett Bulls. Or write in somebody else. I mean, there are a lot of different ways. The only thing I don't want to see is the guys that were hurt. So like we had Joe rolls, he wrote in saying, Draymond Jones. Don't ignore Draymond Jones in this good, Yeah, he has a chance to make a big step for the reason I'm not including Draymond Jones. I think it's a good point. But the other reason I'm not including very much Jones if he was so limited In the amount of time they really look good in what he got, But if you could get a lot at the back end of the season, he got a lot more. But early on before Derek Wolfe was hurt, he barely got to see the field. And and so that's why it's like, Well, we don't really know what Draymond Jones could have done with a much larger sample sides. We just know what we saw at the very end, which is very exciting, but a good point to bring up, okay. He can improve. He has room the floor to ceiling of Draymond Jones. Is significant. We should allow it. I don't know if I put him ahead of any of these other guys. So when the defense's side of the ball then You liked it. Isaac Yada as the most improved in this. What's it look like with Isaac Yacht? Um, as most improved, how does that affect the rest of cornerbacks? Well, I think that that's the rising tide that raises all ships, you know, because you're not expecting that this corner. Room is a gigantic question. Mark right now you've got a job yet. You don't know if he's going to return to form you've got Bryce Callahan. You don't know how he's going to bounce back from injury. You got Mahmudiyah. You You don't really know what he is, You know, as a pro player, Bobby and and Harris showed Flashes last year, both up, get banged up, Ya, Adam, You know, he got picked on a lot last year. We've seen flashes from the autumn before he needs to know he's learned how to finish. But I I think I'm not saying that he's the most likely to be the most improved, but I'm saying that if he is the most improved, I think that's the biggest A boon for the Broncos. If that makes sense. You know I'm on Anderson with you because it simplifies everything. If but what can we predict, or even project or even hope for starter? Level of play from Isaac Autumn. I mean, at this point are usually he was a solid rotation. He was the starter at the start of last year. He wass and it became abundantly clear even in the Raiders game that he should not be out there. All right, But I'm just saying, like at that point at that point in time, he was the starter. I mean, it was obstacle, right? Chris Harris and him your CB to so the idea that he can be a starter or whatever. I don't don't. But know what I would I mean by that is or you are you hoping or projecting or thinking about Isaac? Goddamn as I think he has the talent. If he can get his head space, right? He has the talent to be that guy for the Broncos. Yeah, I think you can be, and I think he's probably a sea be three in the NFL. But in this scheme, it probably bump see the CB to because Callahan's the slot guy. So you know you're going to get C B 2.5 reps As far as far as that goes, What's the best scenario here for the Broncos mean that that's one of the best scenarios? But what's a scenario that you'd like to see Because you've been really big on Busby would, by the way was on this week, probably the dime corner. He's he's probably time corner when all's said and done anyway. I think he's seen before on this on this team. Either way on Harris, probably it, you know, and I know Jim Moody. A. You know those guys budget movie is probably going to take that will part every keeps talking about him playing corner on this kind of stuff. Everything I've been told is that he's going to be more in the world Parkes role where he plays the The heavy nickel might see the field more right. And he also gets to be kind of the dime Linebacker. Yes, you may not know this. Michael Jim Moody, A was a linebacker in high school..
"sarah bull" Discussed on WGN Radio
"When it's happening and I think it's pretty incredible that they can bring predicts tornadoes before they're even happening well there's just a slight maybe I know of I eighty and other than like the last few years you never heard and there could be a tornado but I mean obviously some of these thunderstorms could produce tornadoes and that's what your warning I had a new roof put on on Saturday so we're good timing hoping that Sarah bull at least you can check it out right all right well that's all coming up and maybe some other things as well news time right now though at eleven o'clock with that news let me just tell your Chicago story sold twenty four seven on seven twenty WGN Chicago you're smart speaker user just a play WGN radio on tune in the farm progress show dot com brings you the news or steeper turned its overcast eighty degrees now it here the National Weather Service says we could be in store for some heavy rains and even severe thunderstorms later today and tonight WGN TV meteorologist Paul Conrad see some stronger storms alive they have the potential to bring some very heavy downpours along with that this is the forecast model for eight thirty tonight and we see the heaviest of the rain fall looks like south and west but we'll see certainly a risk for some severe storms around here as we get into the late afternoon and evening hours and overnight tonight the National Weather Service says there is a chance of a tornado south of I eighty it's gonna be hot down state as well forecasters are warning of dangerously hot weather across a wide stretch of the U. S. the south and Midwest National Weather Service has parts of thirteen states will be under heat advisories from Texas Louisiana and Florida to the south all the way north to southern Illinois in the Midwest crews are searching like Michigan for a missing boater off a beach in Gary rescuers for several jurisdictions gather along the lakefront in Kerry yesterday after reports a person was seen going into the water from a moving boat the Indiana department of natural resources as someone called nine one one to report an unmanned vessel circling in the water authorities recovered the both the D. N. R. says this morning search includes using sonar technology have Jones WGN news the trump administration is moving to make it more difficult for some legal.
"sarah bull" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Tell them wise by by the same millimeters, eleven millimetres, manager wise. They're so close quality wise. Yeah. But the distance Johnstone scoot the ball off the goal line. Put into context for Liverpool. This. Feet David because to me twenty games and beaten is a huge achievement still top of the table. They've shown resilient before. And I think they need to show resilience again. I would handicap the title race right now, I'm tempted to say livable's titles Louis, but I'm actually going to say it's completely even because I think liberals four point advantage is cancelled out by the fact that pep Guardiola has done this before and many members of his squad of one before. That's how good it is. That's tight and Tottenham fans. I'm not forgetting about you, you still stand a chance, but I believe that every top sixteen now maybe every top five team now is going to go at each other, really hard. These big games for the rest of the season. I think are going to be spectacular as United again, a come from the outside and steal all look Liverpool. Here's a reality. A relatively coned Runa games running into mid February. They know that every team that was six points or more clear at the top of the Premier League. The turn of the year has gone on to win the. Lee. What you do we now get to see this plan live in front of ourselves. All of the passion, all of the hopes all of the dreams will let the fares and the second half of the season for me. It's going to be as much Liverpool facing the demons and the skeletons at our own history. The longing the memory of twenty nine baron years of year inning in one thousand nine hundred seven they would talk Rafeh Benitez was top ten years ago, Brendan Rogge's arrogance surrender and the second off season. It's going to be as much Liverpool gains himselves as their opponents, and it's going to be magnificent now, so it's all American soccer fans talking about, but certainly not because of the recent Chelsea took seven out of a possible twelve festive period point scoring three goals in full matches far fewer goals in the number of pouting. Alvar morale Takato as the span it hasn't found the back of the net. Since early November Sarah bull, it's earns out maybe talion for point this possession. And they won their lost less to that seventy percent of the bull. But couldn't find a way through for American blues, by the way against Southampton. That's eight hundred forty five point this passes. However for American blues the biggest piece of news regarding the club came Wednesday. When they now the signing of a captain Christian pulisic from Russia dormant for seventy million dollars, though. He's loan back to dormant for the rest of the insert eagle screech, Dave oh him. It's twenty seven season. The primly finally has blockbuster transfer involving an American player Seventy-three million dollars the most ever paid for American talent three times. What Hertha Berlin pay for Joey Brooks, politic? One of the ten most expensive, primarily incoming transfers in history list includes lakes pull poker and Kevin debris. Also, birth Slann held de Maria, and I'll mirada massive move for the primarily doubtedly and it surge surgeon Greek than the US massive move for Dortmund who feel cashing in on the stall is actually dipped partially through injury. And as a sensually become a bench player after the emergence of. Jaden Sanjay the eighteen year old south London sensation massive win for Nike whose handing out behind alone in the American national team, captain with one that I Marquis European clubs in front of the growing US audience..