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Critical Race Theory: The Anti-Racists Are the New Racists With American Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson, Sr
"I wanna talk about critical race theory. you identify as a black male. Is that right yes okay. That's that's most your life. You're you're in your seventh decade here as blackmail so you speak from experience in the civil rights world before it went crazy and woke You wrote an article at the policy review called a better way to fight critical race theory. What's your thesis in this article. The safe is is not the first of all the so-called anti-racist are the new racist must be very clear they are propagating a theory. That that hearkens back to the days of racism where they're saying that we should be judged by the content of our character but the bottom color of our skin. It wasn't esoteric debate on campuses for many years. But then right. After the george floyd and other incidents the radical left has has has migrated into the public domain and using it now as an instrument to attack american whites attack. Democracy is being used as a pervasive strategy to really undermine the values and principles of the nation of social just and of course. Let's just be clear that what they're trying to do is they're trying to get people to think racially another words. If i see you as a white guy you see me as a white guy sees a blackout when you see that i and when you focus on that it makes you a racialist whether whether we're racists or not the point is it makes you look through the lens of race which you and i know as christians as americans. We know that that's wrong no matter where it goes no matter where it's coming from. There's something unhealthy about
David Vlez on Building the Branchless Bank
"So david i think an interesting entry point here is fun and interesting once since the news was just announced that berkshire hathaway made a very large investment into your company. And you just told me that they're the largest bank investor ever so that's quite an interesting dynamic. Can you walk us through this story. Why do you think berkshire was so interested in your business out of this down. To be completely honest we never really considered him as potentially investor as we've seen him very actively investing in traditional banks. Intriguing convents where one of the biggest investors and goldman sachs surprises. Today they to be best for bank of america and they tend to look more traditional recumbents in more mature industries but we had a conversation with them a few months ago and they started digging in and they were very very curious can really really good questions about the market size of the unit economics of the business about cohorts very thoughtful understanding financial services. In what we're doing here in the mark because howard getting with some of the traditional banks in latin america and in a few weeks they were very excited and very willing to lead around in. No bank can so for us has been we see days and i think the market has proceedings a bit of the big validation of the business model validation of or ability to show bags eventually your ability to surpass traditional banks in the future financial services. What do you think are the most important differentiator between what will call the incumbent banks that maybe berkshire invested in more traditionally versus new bank. What are the largest important differences for those out there listening to understand the thing. The first one is the consumer obsession and a culture that is based on consumer obsession. Nah i don't think this is shirley specific to financial services. I think what common denominator of incumbent industries either financial services. You look at insurance or even media or transportation is that after. Let's say six. Seven decades of traditional capitalism you ended up with a number of players oligopolies where four five companies effectively owned the markets.
"seven decades" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"More than seven decades ago, Ralph Puckett received a call from President Biden, telling him he'll be a recipient of the nation's highest military honor for valor. It will recognize his efforts during the Korean War. Which includes leading his soldiers under intense fire despite being wounded multiple times. The 94 year old has also learned that the Distinguished Service cross and two silver stars during his career. It's unclear when pockets ceremony will be held. I'm at Madison Flowers are being laid upon Olympia Dukakis's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Academy Award winning actress died in New York after months of failing health. She was 89 Dukakis won a best supporting actress Academy Award for her performance in the 1987 film Moonstruck. Or other movie appearances include Working Girl, Steel Magnolias, Mr Holland's Opus and The Look Who's Talking films. Dukakis was the cousin of former Massachusetts governor and 1988 Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis. It was a record setting night for the Indiana Pacers and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Joel Stern has more. It was the best of times. So the Pacers a franchise record 152 points, but it was the worst of times. So the thunder there 95 points meant they lost by 57 the largest home loss in NBA history. Pacers forward Domantas Sabonis with a triple double in the first half. He finishes with 26 points, 19 rebounds and 14 assists. Bases led by as many as 67 late in the fourth, the larger sleeping the game in.
Britain mourns the death of Prince Philip at 99
"Pour out across the globe marking the death of Prince Philip across the UK gun salutes and moments of silence Has the nation mourns the death of Prince Philip. On Saturday, Prince Charles praised his father for 70 years of devoted service to the queen, the royal family, Britain and the Commonwealth because you could imagine My family. I miss my father. Enormously. He was a much loved appreciated figure. It was Prince Charles first public statement since his father married to Queen Elizabeth for more than seven decades. Died Friday at the age of 99. Buckingham Palace says the Duke of Edinburgh Ceremonial royal funeral is set for next Saturday. CBS is
Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, dead at 99
"Philip the irascible and tough-minded of queen elizabeth the second who spent more than seven decades supporting his wife. In a role the both defined constricted his life has died. Buckingham palace said on friday. He was nine thousand nine. His life spanned nearly a century of european history. Starting with his birth as a member of the greek royal family and ending as britain's longest serving consort during a turbulent reign in which the thousand year old monarchy was forced to reinvent itself for the twenty first century he was known for his occasionally deeply offensive remarks and for gamely fulfilling more than twenty thousand royal engagements to boost british interests at home and abroad. He headed hundreds of charities founded programs that helped british schoolchildren participate in challenging outdoor adventures and played a prominent part in raising his four children including his eldest son prince. charles the heir to the throne. Philip spent a month in the hospital earlier this year before being released on march sixteen is with deep sorrow that her majesty. The queen has announced the death of her beloved and his royal highness. The prince philip duke of edinburgh. The palace said his royal highness passed away peacefully this morning at windsor castle.
Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Is Dead at 99
"To the death of Britain's Prince Philip, who died just months away from his 1/100 birthday. CBS news correspondent Ian Lee has more from Windsor, England. It was the longest royal consort in British history and was that Elizabeth side for more than seven decades. Historians say the prince will be remembered for both his charm and at times controversial comments. It was will be the most good looking royal in history, but at the same time he had his opinions. He Knew what he was thinking. He was never easily swayed so she could depend on him in a way that no one else could. People are already laying flowers here at Windsor Castle. This is where Prince Philip spent much of the pandemic with the Queen. And officials say because of covert restrictions. Prince Willem of Prince Philip will not have a state funeral. Nor will he lie in state for the public to pay respects before his funeral at ST George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Some troubling news this afternoon. As
Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Dead at 99
"We have to talk about some breaking news. That just happened. We all woke up this morning to queen elizabeth's announcement that prince. Philip has passed away at ninety nine years old. The queen announced that he died peacefully this morning at windsor castle. There's a memorial of flowers growing there and also outside of buckingham palace. They were married for over seventy years and their love story started when elizabeth was just thirteen years old. The cream has the quality of tolerance. The bundles prince loves romance with queen. Elizabeth was one for the agents. He was born into royalty on june tenth. Nineteen twenty one and after going to school in germany france and the uk. He joined the british royal navy. When fell was eighteen. He began exchanging letters with a thirteen year. Old princess elizabeth. They married when she was twenty. One in nineteen forty seven. It was her marriage to the edinburgh. Perhaps we i realized the personality of how queen to be he would watch her become queen. Elizabeth second was to be only the seventh queen of england. Since the days of william the conqueror the prince left after military service becoming his wife's most loyal and loving alive the father of their four children and many more grandchildren. No one could make the queen break into a smile or laugh like him together. They went through seven decades of service celebration and scandal. I have done my best with vince. Phillips constant love and help within for remain listencleveland is the tolls is one essentially ingredient. And they have been married. It meant be quite so important when things well but it is absolutely vital when things get difficult.
Patricia Jefferson Daniel named Houston's first Black city secretary
"Houston mayor sylvester turner has named the first african american city secretary in houston's history our government reporter. Andrew schneider has details patricia jefferson. Daniel has been the interim city secretary since two thousand eighteen. She's worked for the city of houston for over thirty six years. Starting in the city secretaries offices a typist among other things. She's played a major role in setting up new computer systems for city hall. Daniel succeeds anna. Russell held the post for nearly seven. Decades died early last year. That's andrew schneider with that report.
Anticipating 2021 boom, Q4 GDP revised up slightly to 4.1%
"The economy tanked in twenty twenty but wait until you hear what's about to happen last year the economy shrank more than in any year in the past seven decades three and a half percent bling the pandemic but as bad as twenty twenty was it set us up for what economists believe will be a very strong rebound one expert says the economy is beginning to fire on all cylinders song one soon as the finance and economics expert in Los Angeles he says you have massive government stimulus low interest rates from the fed and the covert nineteen vaccine supply is growing sales have been surging in the beaten down retail sector for all of twenty twenty one economists are forecasting the GDP could grow by six percent I'm Rita Foley
Careless Women: Consequences of Complacency
"I say addresses the issue with careless women in isaiah chapter thirty two verses nine through fifteen he was speaking to the hebrew women who lived seven decades before christ and yet his message is just as relevant to women who are living today he opens his plea telling the women who are at ease to rise up hear his voice and pay attention to what he has to say then he warned them then a little over a year they'll be troubled when their world falls. Apart throughout the bible god tells people not to be afraid but in this passage isaiah gives the exact opposite advice. Tremble you women who already be troubled youths placement women. They were living fearlessly giving no thought to the future. They needed to be shocked. Wake to be prepared for what was ahead. He goes on to tell them to get rid of their fancy wardrobe and clothe themselves in sackcloth because their time of mourning is coming clarity will hit palaces will be forsaken. The city will be deserted. The forts and towers will be taken over by robbers and wild animals will roam freely. Sounds pretty bad. Doesn't it until we get to verse fifteen until the spirit is poured upon us from on high and the wilderness becomes a fruitful field and the fruitful field is counted as a forest the remainder of chapter thirty two provides hope as ahah describes what will happen once. God reigns in their lives then. Justice will dwell in the wilderness and white justness remain in the fruitful field. The work of righteousness will be peace and the effect of righteousness quietness and assurance forever. My people will dwell in a peaceful habitation insecure dwellings. And in quiet places though hale comes down on the forest and the city is brought low and humiliation blessed are you who so beside the waters who sends out freely the feel of the ox and the donkey. Isaiah thirty two sixteen through twenty twin on little secret a year ago. If you ask me to analyze old testament prophecies like this. I would have gone into a panic. But i've come to realize that if you read slowly ask questions and do a little research you can make sense of anything you read in the bible so let's go back to verse nine and delve a little deeper into what i say was saying. It starts off pretty easy pay attention. I've got something important to say to you. All women who are living the easy life darker days are ahead and you need to be ready. So why did he specify the women. Why did i address his message to all the people. Obviously we have no way of knowing what was going on in his head per. Perhaps it would be easier to get the attention of the women since we tend to be more sensitive or maybe like in the case of the wicked hebrew women. They were the leaders in their careless living often the bible reveals the severity of the situation by the state of the women the profits use them as an example saying things had digressed far that even the women were living in depravity. Whatever the case. I see a wanted to make sure that he got the attention of the women in order to prepare them for what was to
"seven decades" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"My talk everything entertainment Way lost another icon. Ladies and gentlemen, we talked and celebrated Cloris Leachman. Yesterday. And my goodness, we're celebrating another lost legend. Another lost icon. The Great Sicily. Tyson. Um, who in so many ways. Broke so many barriers. For Black Americans and black actresses in Hollywood. Um, she had a distinguished career. I mean, you talk about a career, my goodness. Amazing 90 TVs, shows and films seven decades seven. She won three Emmys. Screen Actors Guild. Tony's an honorary Oscar, a Peabody. Again. The the Oscar came from sounder in 1972. But you name you name and honor. She's had it and her movies until the end to G. Yeah, just came out on Tuesday. Yes, just as I am. Yes, yeah. It's it's e Can't even I loved her personally. My When I think of Sicily. Not only do I think of her friendship with my girl, Oprah who It's her birthday today, we'll talk about that later. But but I love her s tipsy and fried green tomatoes. Um, she is so remarkable in that movie, and it's well, It's a good movie by itself. But she's She's so incredible in that well in in the help to more recently, that's E because she's just been in so many things, even like blonde order. She was amazing and sort of quite order. I know I'm beauty. But what I'm saying is she had such a varied career of just great roles. Like what can you have You seen that movie the help? That's one I haven't seen yet. Is it good? I liked it. Yeah. Now there's been some controversy sense about the focus of the story. Viola Davis. Wait a minute. Would you say? Well, she said that she wished that she didn't do it. Oh, Yeah, because it really you know, it really focuses more on the white characters. Oh, right. True. Yeah, the true humanity and the true struggle off the black maids that the focus is off is it should have been, You know, the movie itself the story itself. Could have been made even more powerful, But it's just a shift of focus that Viola has. I don't mean to put words in her mouth, but I think that's really what the main problem was, Bob and at the time I we really loved it, But she makes a great point. She makes a great point. Bobby Rivers Ah, friend of mine did a great tweet that you know, Lex, you were talking about law and order. Was mentioning film roles, but Bobby Rivers made a great point. He goes. Thank you. Television. Thank you for giving Sicily Tyson the roles Hollywood should have after her Oscar nominated brilliance in the movie Sounder On TV. She shined as Miss Jane Pittman, Credit Scott King, Harriet Tubman and Chicago educator Marva Collins. She should have had more than one Oscar nomination. Well put by Bobby. Absolutely. Yes, strangely but beautifully. She just did an interview with Gayle King two weeks ago to celebrate the release of her memoir, which just came out Can you can Isn't that unbelievable? She just wrote this. Yes, Just as I am is the book and here I was really moved by. This interaction Here is Cecil, instantly with is such a great storyteller. Here. She is talking about how a conversation with a journalist during the promotion of the movie Sounder shifted. Shifted her whole outlook on how she chooses rolls. Listen, listen to this with with Gayle King just a couple weeks ago Through her sheer.
Legendary actress Cicely Tyson has died at age 96
"Paying tribute to award winning actress Cicely Tyson, who died Thursday at the age of 96. Tyson's career in Hollywood and on ST spanned over seven decades. She's remembered for playing strong black female characters, including the lead role in the 1974 TV drama. The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, In addition to her work Tyson is admired, were refusing to accept roles she considered demeaning. Black women.
"seven decades" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"NPR news. Cloris Leachman, The blonde who portrayed women of wit and sass over seven decades, has died at age 94. She won eight Primetime Emmy Awards and an Oscar And her career was relentlessly inventive. From serious film dramas to reality TV. Jacki Lyden has this remembrance Cloris Leachman may be best remembered for playing Phyllis Lindstrom, the cookie, Nosy Land Lady on the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Phyllis sure wasn't ready to go. My husband and I are into a cry Annette IX. What's that? Well, when Lars and I go way will be frozen. Then, of course, when they discover a cure for whatever it is that made us some go way will be defrosted. She wanted me twice for that role. Cloris Leachman was born April 30th 1926 and Des Moines, Iowa. By the age of 11. She was working with a demon playhouse at 17. She had a radio show in which he gave style advice to women. She was a beauty. After college. It was off to New York and the actors studio she met and married the Hollywood Empresario George England. They had five Children. Leachman worked tirelessly on the stage on TV and in film when her Children were young. She was 45 when she gave a wrenching Oscar winning performance in the classic film, the Last Picture Show. Character is Ruth Popper, a married woman having an affair with a high school senior played by Timothy Bottoms in a dying Texas town in this scene, he's returned after ditching her. How wouldn't treat a dog that way? I guess you thought I was so old and ugly. You didn't owe me any explanation. He didn't need to be careful of me. You didn't love me. Look at me. Don't you even look at me in 2000 and nine on NPR's fresh air. She talked about how the scene almost didn't make it into the movie director Peter Bogdanovich not only saved it, He made it the film's final scene, changing the producer's mind, he said, when Timmy and drives away in his pickup, that's when we should end the picture, and all the credits could come under is driving away and be really good. Peter said No. No, and he insisted and fought for and get my scene in. And that's of course why? When the Oscar in her memoir, Cloris, and in interviews that she did, Leachman made a point of saying that she wanted to reach people to the character she played, But she wasn't the characters like this memorable role in Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein. I am Paul blew her. Leachman seemed game for anything like competing on dancing with the stars when she was 82..
US carries out its 1st execution of female inmate since 1953
"A Kansas woman who killed a pregnant woman and cut out her baby was executed early Wednesday the first time in nearly seven decades the U. S. government has put to death a female inmate fifty two year old Lisa Montgomery received a lethal injection at the federal prison in terre Haute Indiana she was the eleventh prisoner executed at the facility since July when president trump resumes federal executions following seventeen years without one as the curtain went up in the execution chamber Montgomery looked momentarily bewildered asked if she had any last words in a quiet voice she said no her lawyer said in a statement the government stopped at nothing in its zeal to kill this damaged and delusion a woman and that Montgomery's execution was far from justice I'm Julie Walker
Pierre Cardin, French fashion designer, dies aged 98
"Off the roads. The French fashion designer Pierre Cardin has died at the age of 98. He was hailed for his vision recreations but also for being a pioneer off stylish, ready to wear clothes for the masses. During his more than seven decades in fashion. Pierre Cardin overhauled the industry by successfully licensing his brand name Natasha Greenberg looks back at his life. From childhood. Pierre Cardin Heart was set on a life in fashion. He left home at 17 to work for a tailor in Vichy and after the second World War designed in Paris for pack and do your before he began in business on his own. Hold on, acquired a reputation as a designer of extravagant and fantastic costumes, who was also the first leading couturier to break with tradition by designing ready to wear clothes, Firstly for women, and then for men. Fell down, was particularly influential in the 19 sixties, His space age collection featured knitted can't suit's tight leather
Iconic designer Pierre Cardin dies at 98
"Designer pierre cardin has died at the age of ninety eight in a career spanning more than seven decades he was best known for his avangard style and his space age design. He found this fashion house in nineteen fifty and introduced the iconic bubble dress in one thousand nine hundred eighty four koran was born in italy in one thousand nine hundred ninety two but later emigrated to france in a statement. His family said he died at a hospital today. Outside of
Vatican Extends Deal With China Over Appointment of Bishops
"From Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to stop the deal, the Vatican renews and accord with China. ABC is Megan Williams has more from Rome. The Vatican and China have renewed their 2018 deal over the appointment of Catholic bishops in China. For two more years, Theokoles had first made on a provisional basis and in a seven decade dispute over the appointment of Catholic bishops and the communist nation. Francis and Vatican officials had been under pressure from conservative critics, including Mike Pompeo not to renew the deal about it in hopes the agreement will help unite China's Catholics who had been split between underground believers following Rome on those belonging to an official state sanctioned church set up by the Communist Party. Meghan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome
Federal government to execute first woman since 1953
"The federal government plans to execute a woman for the first time in nearly seven decades. Department of Justice announced it will execute Lisa Montgomery and early December She was convicted of killing a pregnant woman in Missouri in 2004, then cutting her open and taking the baby from her room and attempting to pass the child off as her own. DOJ officials also announced they would execute Brandon Bernard, who was convicted of murdering two youth ministers back in
"seven decades" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Nation this hour. I'm Don Clifton. Hispanic voters expecting to make an impact in the 2020 U. S presidential election. Joe Enriquez Henry is with a nonpartisan League of United Latin American citizens and describes how Latinos will make a mark This election 6% of voters could play a part in most every race that happens here in the state and in Congress. I'm with the president, one of President Donald Trump's platforms, promises to reduce illegal and legal immigration in the country, while Democratic nominee Joe Biden said he's committed to immigration policy reform so that the country is open to accepting people from all over the world 32 million Latinos are eligible to vote in the November election. For the first time, Latinos will become the country's largest minority voting group in the country. The Corona virus crisis recently hit a military ship and two sailors on the USS Theodore Roosevelt have tested positive. It comes just two days after the aircraft carrier left San Diego for its first deployment since a massive outbreak in March. The newly infected sailors are said to be isolated with contact tracing onboard complete. Lisa Montgomery is convicted of fatally strangling a pregnant woman, cutting her body open and kidnapping her baby and is scheduled to be the first female inmate put to death by the US government in more than six decades. She would be the ninth federal inmate to be put to death since the Justice Department resumed executions in July. After nearly 20 year hiatus. It looks like nursing home residents are going to get a potential Corona virus vaccine. Free of charge. Brian shook reports the Trump Administration announced a deal Friday with a pair of pharmacy chains to provide a vaccine to those at long term care facilities for free. The partnership is with CVS and Walgreens. A vaccine isn't available yet. But several companies are working to develop one, including Johnson and Johnson and Moderna. President Trump brought up the deal during a Florida campaign events, saying seniors would be first in line for the vaccine. Brian shook NBC News radio and the latest incarnation of the Batman franchise called The Batman has started shooting exterior scenes in Chicago, which will last through next weekend..
"seven decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg Business and a Bloomberg Quick Take This is Bloomberg Radio Noah Global News Update. President Trump attacks, Joe Biden in the battleground state of Georgia president told supporters, Biden is perhaps the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics and urged them to cast their ballots and send a message to what the president called wealthy liberal hypocrites. Biden is currently ahead of the president in the polls in Georgia. The Department of Justice schedules the execution of a woman the first in nearly seven decades. Lisa Montgomery will be put to death December 8. She was Sentenced to death for the murder of a pregnant woman in Missouri in 2000 for body heavy was the last woman in federal custody to be put to death in 1953 Attorneys for R. Kelly are asking for a court hearing after the R and B singer was attacked in his Illinois prison cell. Jim Forbes has the story. They claim video shows no one stopped it until an inmate was well into beating Kelly. That inmate reportedly confessed, saying he was trying to put his case in the spotlight. The attorneys allege prison workers may have encouraged and then allowed the attack. Kelly was arrested last summer and remains behind bars on charges of child pornography and sexual abuse. He also faces charges in New York a wildfire burning southwest of Fort Collins. Colorado leads to evacuations. The flames have consumed over 167,000 acres, and the fire is only 56% contained. The Cameron Peak fire is the largest wildfire in Colorado history. High school teacher is dead after being decapitated during an attack in the northwest Paris suburb, Police shot and killed the teacher's attacker. The teacher recently displayed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed as part of a free speech discussion. French President Emmanuel Macron says the teacher is the victim of an Islamist attack. I'm Cameron Fairchild. The Department of Justice schedules the execution of a woman first in nearly 70 years yesterday, the DOJ said Lisa Montgomery will be put to death On December 8th Montgomery was sentenced to death row on a conviction of the murder of a pregnant woman in Missouri. In 2004, she'll die by lethal injection at the US penitentiaries in Terre Haute, Indiana, body heavy with the last woman in federal custody to be put to death in 1953. Two people are dead following a head on crash.
Cree author David A. Robertson on writing everything from graphic novels to a memoir
"I want to go to my trap line one last time he says. I cannot breathe. I know he hasn't been to his trap line for almost seven decades. We've been on a journey as father and son for thirty years, and for the first time, it feels like we've found our destination. And I think maybe we've been headed there all this time. Whatever choose exists between us. The end of our journeys in front of us. That's David Robertson reading from Blackwater, family legacy and blood memory. One of three books he has coming out this fall. To say, he's prolific is a bit of an understatement. The cree writer based in Winnipeg started writing in two thousand and nine and has already published more than twenty titles from the Governor General Award Winning Picture Book when we were alone to his graphic novel series the reckoner to his first novel, the evolution of Alice published in two thousand fourteen it seems like he can write in any genre for any age group. David Robertson is my guest on the show today. Thanks so much for being here, David All. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure. So this month you published your most personal book to date a memoir called Blackwater family legacy and blood memory, which we just heard a bit from. And it chronicles the story of Your Dad's returned to the family trap line Norway House creed nation in northern. Manitoba. So first off most people wait until they're a lot older to write a memoir So why did you want to write now? Yeah. That's a great question and there's there's probably a bunch that goes into that answer. One of them is that you know I've been talking about my dad and I for the last eleven years ever since I was a published writer I found that when I was public speaking all of my talk somehow came back to my father and I and and he's played such a big role in. My own development my understanding of you know who I am as cree person. There's one time I was giving this lecture at University of Manitoba couple years ago where I was the same thing talking about my life in my father and our relationship, and then a professor came up to me after and said, you really have to write this down and so. Money as a writer I'd never thought about writing actually my own story and that really kind of jog something me were. I decided that that was something I. needed to do. The other part of it is that you know my father at the time was declining I mean he was still himself and he was still my dad but he we knew that our time with him a short it was getting shorter and I really wanted to start working on this because it was something I always wanted to do I wanted. To document his life and and our relationship the teachings he gave me for myself and for my family and so all of this kind of came together and made me feel this agency to write the story now, and certainly when we went to the trap line together two years ago, it felt like the framing for the story had happened because I think it was where we were journeying to. All these years together. That's that's where we were going to and so when we got there, it felt like the right time to document everything that had happened between us and in our own lives and teams like such a special trip to be able to go on. Yeah I mean it was I I. Don't know if I could even put it into words. I. Tried my best in the book but it was blackberries in the title of the book and I really did feel that blood member was something that played a big role into why Blackwater why this trap line my dad grew up on felt home to me as soon as I stepped off the boat onto the land. I just felt like I'd come home and I, know that watching dad, you know amble up the inclined towards this big boulder in the middle of this clearing I know he felt like he was home to it was incredibly emotional intensity emotional moment for us and it turned out that it was the only time it could have happened because you know dad passed away just this past December and it made me even more grateful for spending that time with him and being able to write. About that experience through his words in my own and did you learn anything you know anything about yourself while writing a memoir I know that you know when you when you go into material like this, you sort of have to dig back in sort of excavate your own life and sort of reexamine things maybe in a new perspective did you learn anything about yourself? Yeah. I think anytime you revisit your past and learn more about the people who came before you. You're inevitably going to learn more about who you. Are you know I've always said and I've learned from my dad, the process of you know understanding ourselves and who we are that journey starts well, before we were born starts with understanding who came before you and know certainly in this book, it talks about my grandmother and my dad and their lives before I was born and my dad's after I was born and all of that plays into forming a sense of identity. It helps to you to understand more about yourself and there's things in even researching this book that. I learned that kind of. Forced me to re contextualize my life in my identity. No. When I was a kid I, always believed that my parents drew grew up intentionally raising me to be non indigenous to protect me from. You know what they felt would have experienced growing up in the city in. Winnipeg. As a cre- kid and in the process of researching this book and a lot of that research was just sitting down with my dad spending hours with him talking he said that's not true. I. I never wanted to tell you what it meant to be original. But I never told you that I didn't want you to be my goal was to model that for you. But to give you the tools that you need to figure out for yourself and one of the things that always sticks with me as you said, how to teach you how to be crea- you are cre-. So nothing I can say can make you more or less cre-. Your journey is defined what that means. For Self and his role was to kind of guide me in a way to that understanding and I think he did that.
Leon Fleisher: Pianist who battled hand condition dies at 92
"Most celebrated pianist Leon Fleisher, has died. He was 92. NPR's Tom Hi Zinger reports that Fleischer's resource will come career spanned more than seven decades. And for much of it, the Penis played on Lee with his left hand land. Fleischer was a child prodigy. He gave his first recital at age eight, debuted at Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic at 16 and released a string of acclaimed albums beginning when he was in his twenties. But it was all over at age 36 when he suddenly lost control over his right hand, Fleischer considered suicide. The only way out of that funk was to realise that music was certainly more than two handed piano playing Leon Fleisher reinvented himself as as a a a left left left handed handed handed player, player, player, a a a teacher teacher teacher and and and a a a conductor. conductor. conductor. Eventually, Eventually, Eventually, after after after treatment, treatment, treatment, he he he resumed resumed resumed playing playing playing with with with both both both hands. hands. hands. He He He was was was awarded awarded awarded a a a Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Center Center Center honor honor honor in in in 2007. 2007. 2007. Tom Tom Tom Hi Zinka. NPR news.
What Susan Rice thinks she could bring to a Biden administration
"I'm Jonathan. Kaye part, and this is Cape up in former President Barack. Obama's first term Susan Rice was the US ambassador to the United Nations. In the second term, she was Obama's National Security Advisor. Today Susan Rice as a private citizen author of tough love, my story of the things worth fighting for and under serious consideration to be Joe. Biden presidential, running name. Here what she has to say about that President Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, and whether the president is a national security threat to the United States in the Special Cape Up Life episode right now. Welcome back for the third time to the Cape Up podcast embassador Susan Rice welcome. Thanks so much great to be with you. So leery about one minute before we came on air here, there was breaking news that trump administration drops plan to deport international students in online classes, and your reaction was to applaud explained chance. Well, it was such a misguided. Stupid. Decision that they took in the first place. International students are critical part of our university structure. Our college campuses they bring talent. They bring diversity. They bring resources and to lock them out, simply because their campuses have decided by virtue of the pandemic they need to. Conduct classes, online in the fall was just calloused an. Extraordinarily counterproductive I haven't had a chance to read in detail the reporting on it, but it looks like. The trump administration saw their effort to defend this policy in court was unlikely to succeed and they backed down. And it seems to be a victory for our colleges and universities are students across this country and across the world, because so much of our appeal, our competitiveness, our soft power depends on people around the world, wanting to come here and learn and study bring their skills and talents. So this is a good day. Ambassador. Let's keep talking about foreign policy. Originally, I was going to start this interview talking about the election in Poland and the news of the reelection of Poland's president. Duda and he's an ally of president. Trump's and a supporter of the right wing Law and Justice Party he's been condemned by the e, U and democratic watchdogs, and just wondering how if you think president trump's behavior in the farm policies space his support for leaders like Duda, as contributed to the rise of illiberal nationalist in autocratic regimes around the world. Well certainly legitimize the rise of elected autocrats, and we see that increasingly. Parts of the World Poland is the most recent example it's unfortunate because Poland is an important part of NATO an important part of the EU, but it is moving in a direction where it's values, and its approach are completely out of step with the other members of the alliance and it it suggested. Particularly, when it comes to the EU. Their position could be in jeopardy down the road if if there is a further move towards anti democratic policies and structures. Ambassador is it possible for the alliance to even survive if the super in the alliance, the United States doesn't even bother to champion those small D, democratic ideals that have been the cement for Alliance for more than seven decades. All the NATO alliance is under duress. Because of president trump's callous disregard for the purposes and the interest of this alliance, our alliance with NATO is built on common values, but it's also built on interest that we stand together as North American allies North Atlantic allies. And Atlantic. And Europe broadly to counter threats to our sovereignty and territorial integrity is in alliance at which come chiefly from Russian. And when the United States, Questions the value of our lines turns it into a transactional arrangement when president trump decides to unilaterally withdraw third of our horses from Germany without even consulting with the German government and calls our adversaries from Russia to China to North Korea while putting our allies in a very difficult position, it does great damage to the alliance in that's one of the many reasons why we need change I don't think NATO, and our leadership role in the world can withstand for more years of Donald Trump. And, that's why we need change, and we need leadership in the form of Joe Biden who comes out of the bipartisan American tradition of supporting our alliances of understanding who our friends are, and who are adversaries are, and that our leadership and our strength in the world is enhanced when we can bring partners and allies with us.
"seven decades" Discussed on KGO 810
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"seven decades" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Has been running on TV for seven decades now we had a wonderful time doing that show with them our family does her husband does he aren't as creative does Elise studios this is the first woman down in major studio in Hollywood we salute Lucille Ball the First Lady and television comedy unionist media San Francisco celebrates women's history month K. as a host mark Levin asks what's wrong with this picture look at these young people in Hong Kong the wave American flags compare these young people who are really staring down to what's going on in our colleges and universities whether demanding Tierney the reason is down at the fight for their liberty other young men and women overseas and in uniform are fighting for their liberty then on our campuses the rise of anti semitism the rise of anti Americanism we're paying for around a month mark live in three to six on talk radio five sixty KSFO I have to do the same on a pull up said Amanda as for the physical training in the test the challenge but you can do it Scott said you mind to it tell me how to be a leader independent confident that's all hands radio news for more information go to navy dot mil navy dot mil slash underway and navy dot mil slash am you're listening to Sean Hannity on talk radio five KD es the one thing you can always count on Sean Hannity is back on the.
"seven decades" Discussed on KGO 810
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"seven decades" Discussed on KCRW
"Or US F. K. I've always employed local staff over the seven decades they've been here for the first time those staff have been given a thirty day notice meaning that if no deal is reached by the end of March they'll be furloughed on April first son G. O. secretary general of the U. S. F. K. Korean employees union representing some nine thousand Korean workers says those employees are worried about losing their livelihoods results from England and I was on the U. S. F. K. always says our motto is we go together we consider each other family he says he knows that the US side is concerned too two army Windle I do talk about pricing jungle I think the U. S. F. K. is desperately trying to communicate how difficult it'll be for them to accomplish their mission here the U. S. has some twenty eight thousand five hundred troops in South Korea U. S. F. K. commander general Robert Abrams said in a statement last month that the loss of the Korean employees would hurt military readiness U. S. F. K. spokesman colonel Lee Peters says U. S. bases will still operate but perhaps not as well as usual it could be reduced hours reduce personnel longer wait times exception I can't countries the largest U. S. military base outside the continental US garrison commander colonel Michel Tremblay recently presided over at town hall he said the Pentagon will continue to find Korean employees whose work affects the bases residence life health and safety the hospital law enforcement the commissary medical facilities first aid responders and post office service trump later residents that USF K. may bring in U. S. troops from outside the country to fill in for furloughed Korean employees it's going to cause a major diversion of US military manpower to fill the roles that are performed by the Korean labor force that's David Maxwell senior fellow with the foundation for the defense of democracies a Washington DC based think tank he says that the US is initial demand of five billion dollars a five hundred percent increase over last year's contribution is unnecessarily antagonized in Allah he says that souls current contribution of nearly a billion dollars is already saving U. S. taxpayers a lot of money it's actually cheaper to have our forces stationed overseas when the burden is shared with our allies the U. S. says it's lowered its initial demand but Maxwell says the underlying question remains what is more important to the United States is it receiving more money from South Korea or is it protecting US national interests which are key in this strategic geopolitical location of northeast Asia south Korean legislators say they will veto any unfair cost sharing deal song young Gil a ruling party lawmaker says the U. S. demands of damage the alliance could only million would you tell me women table wouldn't that amount of money will prompt most south Koreans to say we would rather defend our country independently without the U. S. he believes that even US negotiators must be frustrated with the white house's demands could which would close within the legal means for freedom and they lack the will or the logic to push it through and they themselves don't seem to believe the demands can be met some typically see themselves is bluffing last year he notes the U. S. asked for a fifty percent increase but got only eight point two percent song says that this year they should expect to get even less Anthony Kuhn NPR news Seoul this week has seen the stunning turnaround of former vice president Joe Biden's candidacy and he's gone from being counted out by many pollsters and pundits to being the front runner for the democratic nomination for president that turn around it likely would have happened had it not been for the support of African American voters in South Carolina that turned out in the endorsement of the highest ranking African American in Congress James Clyburn gave Biden a resounding victory and brought his campaign back to life but there is no one black vote we're gonna talk about that but Cheryl layered she's the author of steadfast Democrats welcome to the program thanks for having me black voters aren't looked at the way the media splinters the white vote rate NASCAR dad soccer moms you know Iowa versus New Hampshire but what do you know about South Carolina those older voters verses the younger voters in terms of how they looked at this vote older voters are gonna be individuals who have had many cycles and experiences in terms of their understanding of how the political world responds to concerns of African Americans right they're coming out of the southern region of the United States has had kind of a long history of being fraught with race relations in politics I'm and younger voters are coming of age where they're seeing the first black president having got elected more progressiveness on that they are believing that can happen within the politics and I think they're more likely to take risks so when Vermont senator Bernie Sanders argues that Biden represents you know the democratic establishment and says that in a way as a slur what message does it send to that older black voters who you know turned out in three times the number in a place like South Carolina I think you would want to be careful because it's dismissive Abetz I think it is not taking into account the pragmatic and strategic rationale that is going on there one that Biden actually may be appealing to these orders because ideologically they might align with a lot of what Biden as saying but additionally that they are thinking about long term consequences for this right so if the idea is that they want to get trump out of office by dean seems like an individual who's not only gonna have appeal to them in terms of where they are politically but he also would have appeal more broadly potentially in the democratic electorate and so that is something that they're gonna be taking into consideration as a professor what do you make of the inter generational debate especially that younger black voters who may be frustrated with the older electorate or who who feel as though they are in a way being ignored in supporting another candidate I hear this from my students literally had a discussion about this and light my black students many of them were very bothered by the older demographic and I think when they need to recognize is the experiences and the socialization that those individuals have gone through they have not necessarily seen some very large swing to the left happen in the way that younger voters imagining it what and they themselves have live through these experiences that have told them that what seems to be most likely to occur right would be something that is going to be more it was a moderation and one that can still get the job done which in this case again is beating trump did they come to an agreement or were you another finger wagging older on T. I think they they were able at least to process it a bit better because I think they were just stop right there thinking in their brains were I can't understand why my grandfather and his friends are voting this way when it clearly seems like the more progressive candidate that has policies that would speak to some of these concerns that African Americans have a presence around healthcare being one of the big concerns why wouldn't you go with the candidate that's the most left leaning on this and I said to them yeah but they also have a familiarity as well with bite and they know who he is so even if they had doubts a lot of that reinforces what may already be underlying in there which is we just don't make those kinds of large leaps in our politics that Cheryl layered author of steadfast Democrats.
"seven decades" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Last seven decades the kick off event runs from seven to ten tonight I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. on Wall Street right now the Dow was down one hundred fifty nine points the nasdaq is down sixty seven the S. and P. is down twenty two for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Jack Crumley our next update at two o'clock breaking news anytime newsradio seven hundred WLW LX and let me hear my favorite getting seven hundred W. L. W. from I heart radio don't miss a second of the action this season by becoming a red season ticket member the only way to guarantee access to opening day and post season tickets plus enjoy exclusive perks and benefits including the season ticket exchange program offering flexibility throughout the season locked in the best seats by signing up today plans now start as low as thirteen games learn more about red season tickets red dot com slash membership hi Billy coming on the great American for Paul I got me killing mortgaging of the rates are incredibly low once again the number to call is five one three seven nine one twenty seven hundred instead of making an application of one banker one US now how bout getting auto mechanic mortgage with no application fee and find out the rates of dozens of other banks that will compete for your business if you're in the market to buy a brand new home call McKinley they have your on loan pre pre approved in about an hour and a half men go how shopping conventional thirty year fixed according to Paul locked all the.
"seven decades" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Voting for her is the best choice because she promises to safeguard Taiwan's sovereignty democracy and freedom on the other hand her main opponent Hungary was the mayor of time once third largest city he he believes that she's simply fear mongering to try to get close he points out that Taiwan is in no way like Hong Kong because it has been functioning as an independent country in everything but name for the past seven decades and as a democracy for the past two decades I with its own military and parliament and he says that what's most important right now is to restore relations between the two sides to resume dialogue and two of maintain peace between the two sides he believes that tie one simply cannot afford to damage relations with Beijing China is after all time once biggest trade partner biggest export destination and the two sides only separated by the Taiwan Strait which is a one hundred and eighty kilometers apart also the very very close in proximity and also they have a very close economic ties as well to the Sioux and now feel is here with some of the stories from his desk Ivan passer a major figure in Czech new wave cinema in the nineteen sixties has died in the United States at the age of eighty six some of the screen please he co wrote such as the firemen's ball or loves of a blonde brought him to the attention of phone gore's around the world the Galapagos islands National Park Service says releasing back into the wild a one hundred year old giant tortoise who is credited with almost single handedly saving the species from extinction Diego is believed to have side around eight hundred members of his species in a breeding program designed to repopulate his island Espanola a number of federal police cars and vans and Belgium of falling short of new emission controls meaning they're officially too dirty to end to the major cities of Brussels Antwerp and gained it affects vehicles made between fifteen and twenty years ago which number being assigned to provincial areas thanks for your in Australia there's been a welcome reprieve for those fighting bushfires of the weekend began with milder conditions on the country's east coast it comes after an arduous night for firefighters tackled an increase in.
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"seven decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Spoke from the U. N. General Assembly he's giving his speech to the world body tonight then heading back to London early global news twenty four hours a day on air to take talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than a hundred twenty countries in Washington I'm Nathan Hager this is Bloomberg Gleason Paul thank you so much Nathan Hager and we are awaiting comments from president trump at the United Nations we will bring those to you live when they begin right now though let's turn our focus to fixed income which is brought to you by pimco for investors to demand more than the markets deliver all investments contain risk and may lose value consult your investment professional before investing really at the front and center today in debt markets aside from the negative guy that we just got out what is the latest New York fed a repo operations this one was the first term operation that they had it which basically means that that dealers were borrowing for fourteen days rather than overnight they're going to have three such operations here with us to talk about the implications from the results of this IRA Jersey at chief U. S. age interest rate strategist for Bloomberg intelligence I write so there was a lot of sort of hubbub over the fact that this particular operation was oversubscribed meaning that banks admitted more bids them are currently available by this New York fed indicating a very strong demand impossible fear is that how you should interpret this I think that I think there's actually two things that go go on with it right now with the repo market firstly is that there is still a lot of what we call Balaji constraints of basically the size of the repo market is too small given the funding needs of I'm so sorry hold that thought president trump speaking let's hear his comments general. distinguished delegates ambassadors and world leaders. seven decades of history. have.
"seven decades" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Here's gene Miller. Manera is off today. Mike Spaulding is filling in Racine. The way this Wisconsin city trying to figure out what to do with food trucks. It's development department considering the creation of a specific license. It would replace the current rules designed to cover street vendors, like eight balloon peddlers and door to door salespeople food trucks, still need to be licensed as restaurants, the state and they still face local inspection. But otherwise, I guess it's just a mishmash of different rules that would not change. These Sandra proposed ordinance that one spokesperson said would love received to address community concerns. One is where those trucks and carts go. They would have to be at least fifty feet away from existing brick and mortar restaurants if this rule goes into effect such a limit pretty much ban them from downtown Burlington when they passed their recent ordinance concerning foods, Rex changes will be on the docket, the Racine public safety and licensing committee meeting happening tomorrow afternoon at five thirty at Racine city hall, and then there's another sign of spring that is return. To Wisconsin, not a moment too soon. That is the fact that night reopens tomorrow. Now, if you know of the drive in Leyton east of hole in the shed with Mitchell international airport that will be a red letter day for you. They've been serving up some of the city's best burgers and related fair for more than seven decades. This'll be their eighth decade operation. The owners pop the locks tomorrow morning. They took their annual winter siesta the are closed all season long. Then when it gets warm, they come back and the deal is they buy two hundred fifty pounds of meat a day when that ground beef is gone. That's when they closed we're done Sundays. They make it to mid day other days, not so much. They used to be opened until way late hence the name Neidl. They were up until two AM. In fact, three sixty five seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year. But the new generation said the it's a little bit too much. We whenever life on the side. So. The only open from eleven until whenever they run out of enough hamburger..
"seven decades" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
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"seven decades" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Fourteen minutes past seven the leaders of Russia and Japan are in high stakes Tokes in most today as tensions rise of series of disputed islands. The diplomatic row has worsened in recent weeks of the Russia furiously accused Japan of refusing to accept the consequences Lovie, second world, warm in a moment. The Russia analyst Stephen DL will share his insides, but first Monaco's Asia editor at large Kenji whole joins us on the line from Tokyo bureau Kenji this row was partly renewed of Shinzo Abe's New Year's Eve address. What was it that ignited the tensions? Yeah. You're absolutely right about that office spoke in his new year speech about the need to help Russian residents on these four disputed islands. Accept and understand that the sovereignty of their homes will change obviously that didn't go well down don't down well in Russia Moscow, summoned the Japanese ambassador's protests and Russia has also complained about a Japan's official maps which show the four krill islands inside Japan's borders, the Russian side seems unwilling to part with any of the islands. What's the what's the end goal here? As far as Japan is concerned yet. So Japan says that the at the time the Soviet Union illegally seized the four islands in nineteen forty five. And then kicked out the seventeen thousand Japanese residents there since the nineteen fifties took his position has been that it wants all four islands returned. And until there's progress on that agreement. Tokyo will not sign a peace treaty, which would. Formerly end World War Two hostilities with Russia. The biggest problem with these discussions is that both sides think of the islands as their own sovereign territory. And Russia doesn't really think of it as a territorial dispute at all. So you can't really have constructive constructive talks here about a compromise. When two signs of very different views about the most basic assumptions that said there are a couple of things that have raised hopes in Japan about a possible breakthrough. First of all, it was that Japan. Russia cooperated on joint economic development projects for the islands since two sixteen. They've even set up a billion dollar investment fund. And the second thing was just the meeting between Ave and Putin last November in Singapore. That's when the two leaders talked about what's called, the nineteen fifty-six joint declaration, and in that the Soviet Union agreed to hand over two of the four disputed islands that would be tan and Hubbell my Japanese. Knees to Japan after the two sides sign a peace treaty. Now. Just the fact that the nineteen fifty-six joint declaration came up suggests that abyss position is flexible that he might ask for two islands and hold osc. Hold off asking for the remaining two until later. But you know, it's not really clear what is clear is that are they really wants to break the deadlock and he wants to do. So by the time Japan hosts, the G twenty summit in all soccer in June. There's a parliamentary elections scheduled for the summer. So that's a factor as well. Kenji hole in Tokyo. Thanks for joining us. Now, Stephen yellow bring you in now here in the studio foreign policy adviser for the Russian president admitted that the meeting would not be easy clearly spirits have been high going into this from the outset they haven't in many ways, the last five years, we say in Russian politics have made this even more complicated issue than than it was as can you suggesting there have been times when better but curiously going to run to the other side Russia, and I've actually brought in shown to brought him my MAC because it's just recommend anyone who's interested in this store..