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"shasha" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

02:40 min | 6 months ago

"shasha" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"We don't know yet we don't know yet khloe but the you're twenty thirty four. I'm waiting for you. Dragonfly that talk okay so chloe. Let's say someone is listening and they're thinking you know what i i have a good idea for a talk. How will they know if their idea is good for the ted stage if they should even take the steps to submit a great question so i mean i think one thing that we tell people is to think about the difference between a topic and idea so a topic example might be something like we need to fix the opioid crisis. Like of course that's fascinating and most people would agree that. What's the idea within that. So an idea might take that step further like a specific angle that stems from the topic. with a unique message solution or insight so talk idea that actually became a talk from from that topic might be in the opioid crisis. Here's what it takes to save a life so we're actually hearing about you know the steps to potentially end this person by person. Okay got it. Now let's say a person has thought through all of that. They still think their ideas legit. What should they do. How can they get their idea to you and your team so please please spread the word if you know someone who has an idea we're spreading or if you are that person apply it's still open until the end of january so you can apply at go dot ted dot com slash idea. Search and winners will be invited to give. Ted talks either. Virtually person khloe. Sasha books is speaker. Development curator at ted khloe. Thank you so much for spending this hour with us. Thank you so much for having me. Thanks so much for listening to our show this week on ted's idea search and again for more information on how to submit your idea visit go dot ted dot com slash idea search and as always to learn more about the people who were on. Today's show go to ted dot. Npr dot org and to see hundreds more. ted talks. Checkout ted dot com or the ted app are ted radio production staff at. Npr includes jeff rodgers son as michigan. Poor rachel faulkner diba mohtashami james l. Tc howard katie monteleone. Maria paz gutierrez christina kala matthew ta and farah safari with help from daniel shchukin. Our intern is janet jong lee. Our theme music was written by rahm teen arab louis. Our partners at ted. Are chris anderson colin helms and a phelan and michelle quint. I'm a new summer odi. And you've been listening to the ted radio hour from npr..

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"shasha" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

07:27 min | 6 months ago

"shasha" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"We want to see around the world to understand who we are from those talks. We bring you speakers and ideas. That will surprise. You just don't know what you're gonna find challenge you which we have the acts ourselves like why no worthy and even change you. I literally feel like i'm different. I do you feel that way. Ideas worth spreading from ted and npr. I'm a neutral summary. And let's say you have a big idea that used thank would make a great ted talk. How do you get a chance to give a talk on the ted stage. If you're not a world renowned expert like say the founder of behavioral economics we really should think of happiness as a substitute for welby or a pioneer in primatology. we find capable of true compassion and altruism were of former vice president turned. Climate advocates are solving this crisis for any from anywhere with a big idea to give a talk and one way is through. Ted's idea search. it's an international. Call out where people can submit a video with their idea to head the i b. I wanted to share about the importance of teaching kids. How to play again. My title is that huma can't be taught creating more access an equity into our education time. Believe my story can impact so many people should create inference with. I need to be at the ted global stage. Lots of ideas and a team of curator's at ted sift through all those submissions to choose which ones they think that you need to hear and so today on the show the person who leads this massive global search. Ted curator khloe shasha khloe welcoming. You're having even. I'm so happy you're here. I've gotten to hang out with you at conferences and things like that but a lot of people don't necessarily know you because you are behind the scenes you run the idea search which you're actually in the middle of doing right now can. Can you give us a sense of what that process is like like if someone has an idea. How is this a way of getting it on the ted stage so with each idea search we basically just put out this call applications and we try to reach as many people's possible and you know we kind of ask the basic questions you'd expect like what is your talk idea. What are your main takeaways for the audience. And why you like. Why should we hear from you on this idea. And then each applicant is asked to make a two minute video as a part of their application to push their idea and then when the submissions close a team of us goes through these applications and select some winners and those people get to give talks either virtually or in person. How many submissions do you get every year so we get usually a couple thousand three idea searches and those are are organized in a limited amount of time so there's usually a month and a half or two months to submit but then you're around. We have our speaker nomination form open and so we get over twenty five thousand of those nominations every year through that form twenty-five thousand. I mean that is a lot of applications to go through a lot. But why do this then. Why not just pick and choose the people that you want to have on the stage. Why go through this process and these thousands and thousands of submissions. Yeah i mean is our team of curators is it's our job to have us on the ground in a wide range of fields. But it's really hard to fine new voices who aren't already being recognized in some form so these ideas searches are way for us to get new ideas on our radar from people everywhere. Let's dive into the first talk that you have brought us that has been sourced By this process is from a nigerian. Political comedian and journalist at yola firestone and sheet is just hilarious and biting in her criticism of a lot of people. Let's hear a bit from audio la. What's up people first of all. I cannot believe i'm on tedtalk as a big deal because right now everybody in my villages watching this and so of course my bride price just went up you know. I grew up believing the africa continent as a giant. We've got skills intellectuals natural resources money than any other continent but without good leaders where like an eagle has no idea. It could fly. Let alone sewer. I've forgot is like slipping. John's not the truth is i'm trying to work this giant and that's why i add the dirty laundry of those in charge of the politicians religious leaders with huge respect because modern anything else african leaders love to build. But ted so i give it to them doses on my show i know them. I call them my uncles. My aunties my father's in the law. And then i salts them for insulting our intelligence and it's because we are tired of the hypocrisy and false promises god who doesn't love audio. She's so full of energy. Tell us all about her. Yeah so idealist. Talk is called africa. A sleeping giant. I'm trying to wake up. And it was a part of our virtual ted twenty twenty event in this talk. She kind of did a little mini version of what she does on a youtube channel that she has called keeping it real with eddie ola. And on this this youtube channel she typically puts out a couple of videos per week where she talks about mostly african news with this sort of political satire approach and the way she describes her channel is that she is bringing you african news with lots of flavors and spices to make you laugh out loud while learning about current events which feels very accurate so his audio a big deal in nigeria or on youtube or is are you the ones who kind of discovered her in some way. Yeah so she has more than four hundred eighty thousand youtube subscribers so she definitely has a big following. But i'm not sure we would have found her you know. We may not be the target demographic for her channel the sense that she really is targeting people who live in africa and the african diaspora around the world. So i think it was exciting to be able to to find someone who is so strong in her background journalism and so funny with her with her ability to to make live comedy like this for example. The president vowed to end medical tourism by fixing a dilapidated hospitals and building us new ones. Well what did he do. He's been three months recipient treatments and london and twenty seventeen. We were without a president for three months. We went president-elect three months so then it becomes my job to call out the president with respect. Of course i said mr president is your girl.

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"shasha" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

07:27 min | 6 months ago

"shasha" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"We want to see around the world to understand who we are from those talks. We bring you speakers and ideas. That will surprise. You just don't know what you're gonna find challenge you which we have the acts ourselves like why no worthy and even change you. I literally feel like i'm different. I do you feel that way. Ideas worth spreading from ted and npr. I'm a newsom roti and let's say you have a big idea that used thank would make a great ted talk. How do you get a chance to give a talk on the ted stage. If you're not a world renowned expert like say the founder of behavioral economics we really should think of happiness as a substitute for welby or a pioneer in primatology. we find capable of true compassion and altruism were of former vice president turned. Climate advocates are solving this crisis for any from anywhere with a big idea to give a talk and one way is through. Ted's idea search. it's an international. Call out where people can submit a video with their idea to head the i b. I wanted to share about the importance of teaching kids. How to play again. My title is that huma can't be taught creating more access an equity into our education time. Believe my story can impact so many people be efficient. Create inference with. I need to be at the ted global stage. Lots of ideas and a team of curator's at ted sift through all those submissions to choose which ones they think that you need to hear and so today on the show the person who leads this massive global search. Ted curator khloe shasha were khloe welcoming. You're having even. I'm so happy you're here. I've gotten to hang out with you at conferences and things like that but a lot of people don't necessarily know you because you are behind the scenes you run the idea search which you're actually in the middle of doing right now can. Can you give us a sense of what that process is like like if someone has an idea. How is this a way of getting it on the ted stage so with each idea search we basically just put out this call applications and we try to reach as many people's possible and you know we kind of ask the basic questions you'd expect like what is your talk idea. What are your main takeaways for the audience. And why you like. Why should we hear from you on this idea. And then each applicant is asked to make a two minute video as a part of their application to pitch their idea and then when the submissions close a team of us goes through these applications and select some winners and those people get to give talks either virtually or in person. How many submissions do you get every year so we get usually a couple thousand three idea searches and those are are organized in a limited amount of time so there's usually a month and a half or two months to submit but then you're around. We have our speaker nomination form open and so we get over twenty five thousand of those nominations every year through that form twenty-five thousand. I mean that is a lot of applications to go through a lot. But why do this then. Why not just pick and choose the people that you want to have on the stage. Why go through this process and these thousands and thousands of submissions is our team of curators. Is it's our job to have us on the ground in a wide range of fields. But it's really hard to sign new voices who aren't already being recognized in some form so these ideas searches are way for us to get new ideas on our radar from people everywhere. Let's dive into the first talk that you have brought us that has been sourced By this process is from a nigerian. Political comedian and journalist at yola firestone and sheet is just hilarious and biting in her criticism of a lot of people. Let's hear a bit from audio la. What's up people first of all. I cannot believe i'm on tedtalk. This is a big deal because right now everybody in my villages watching this and so of course my bride price just went up you know. I grew up believing the africa continent as a giant. We've got skills intellectuals natural resources money than any other continent but without good leaders where like an eagle has no idea. It could fly. Let alone sewer. I've forgot is like slipping. John's not the truth is i'm trying to work this giant and that's why i add the dirty laundry of those in charge of the politicians religious leaders with huge respect because modern anything else african leaders love to build. But ted so i give it to them induces on my show. I know them. I call them my uncles. My aunties my father's in the law. And then i salts them for insulting our intelligence and it's because we are tired of the hypocrisy and false promises god who doesn't love audio. She's so full of energy. Tell us all about her. Yeah so idealist talk is called. Africa is a sleeping giant. I'm trying to wake up. And it was a part of our virtual ted twenty twenty event in this talk. She kind of did a little mini version of what she does on a youtube channel that she has called keeping it real with eddie ola. And on this this youtube channel she typically puts out a couple of videos per week where she talks about mostly african news with this sort of political satire approach and the way she describes her channel is that she is bringing you african news with lots of flavors and spices to make you laugh out loud while learning about current events which feels very accurate so his audio a big deal in nigeria or on youtube or is are you the ones who kind of discovered her in some way. Yeah so she has more than four hundred eighty thousand youtube subscribers so she definitely has a big following. But i'm not sure we would have found her you know. We may not be the target demographic for her channel the sense that she really is targeting people who live in africa and the african diaspora around the world. So i think it was exciting to be able to to find someone who is so strong in her background journalism and so funny with her with her ability to to make live comedy like this for example. The president vowed to end medical tourism by fixing a dilapidated hospitals and building us new ones. Well what did he do. He's been three months recipient treatments and london and twenty seventeen. We were without incident for three months. We went president-elect three months so then it becomes my job to call out the president with respect. Of course i said mr president is your girl.

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"shasha" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

06:03 min | 7 months ago

"shasha" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"First we have a matter that we're following with alert interest. Great concern is part of an occasional series. We call the premise. Podcast ponders the politics of pentameter and the use of the bard to advance a canard last week. The chair of the knesset corona virus committee. He fought shasha beaten announced that she was leaving the likud to join the new right-wing. Hope party where she would become. Don't sars number to an announcement that right away added five seats to the tally. New hope was showing in early polls. Shasha beaten is a popular politician. Mostly because as the head of the corona committee she overturned government decisions to close pools and gyms and stores in schools and even though her decisions were themselves overturned right back again by the government people came to see her as a straight shooter and someone fighting for the people trying to get to work and pay their bills and maybe grab a little exercise if they can. And who doesn't like a truth to power rebel. Also most everything about josh abi tone is wonderful. She grew up in the development town of kiryat shmona the daughter of a nurse from morocco and moshe feed a guy born in iraq who built up a bus company. She had a phd before she was thirty was deputy mayor of kyoto before he was thirty five and was a college vice president forty. It's partly because shasha tone has so much going on that folks and the likud were furious mad when she announced that she was switching parties and they insisted that she resigned right away. Shasha beaten refused on the grounds that she had been elected in this term and she would serve out. There are practical issues in play each sitting. Mk gets government allocated campaign funds when they run for the successive knesset. So if on stays and she'll have one point seven million shekels to use for new hopes campaign but if she quits now she'll be replaced and some other likud member. We'll get that cash lee cooed transportation minister miri regev tweeted quote. You've thought shasha beaten if you have a drop of integrity left resign. Immediately from connecticut and return the mandate to the national camp which you took for a ride for your own benefit a disgrace and when shasha baton refused the likud petitions something called the knesset house committee basically a rules and procedures committee to declare shasha beaten a quote unquote deserter which status would allow them to strip her of her likud campaign funding at the very least anyway. The committee met a few days ago. And because by then blue and was on the outs with the likud they supported chechen tone and she remains in the knesset with her one point seven million shekels in election funding which is when this happened. Uzi they on a likud. Backbencher angry by the outcome of the committee meeting convinced that chechen beaten had not gotten the come up and she deserves asked to be recognized by the chair leaned into the microphone and said quote. I would like to give some free literary advice to get on the of shasha zones new party that it was for matters such as these that shakespeare wrote in fellow i believe and then diane went onto quote not on alternate translation. I think of rabbani ios warning at the end of act one in fellow look to her more if thou has is to see. She has deceived her father. And may the shot a mile invoked up via gumbo which couplet was met by pandemonium in the committee with shasha be tone saying the volume clement. Actually came on the la. I have heard low things. But i must say that. I have never heard things as low as this. At this point mikhail cutler launch a religious blue and white. Mk screened uzi. Why are you referring to shakespeare. Why not refer to the woman who strays and you'll at least be using our own sources. The woman who strays as a reference to the book of numbers by bar chapter five verses twelve through sixteen about what to do with a wife who acts on faithfully to which topic an entire track date of the tomlin. My second sota is devoted later. Uzi dayan said quote. Someone wrote me and said on your life man. What a sexist remark. if that's how it was perceived. I really apologize and quote. And i know what you're thinking. That's a lousy apology. If that's how it was perceived blah blah blah blah blah. But i'd like to think the best of who was married to my favorite zoologist environmentalists tamar. Diane i adore her and she's lately been. The person who by force of character and charm willed into existence. The amazing new natural history museum at tel aviv university which is among other things. A brilliant polemic for sustainability and there ain't no one more feminists then tomorrow diane uzi on also mostly diane's nephew and yours on geffen's cousin so there's that he thought shasha zone for her part. Classically accepted the apology. And the matter seem to be over but all week. I've been thinking that there was an opportunity. Missed here and i can't get it out of my mind. Would it have hurt chubby tone to respond rather than with. I have never heard things as low as this. By saying with catherine from the taming of the shrew my tongue will tell the anger of my heart or else my heart concealing it will break. Would it have hurt. Shasha beaten to insist with don john and much ado about nothing. Let me be that. I am and seek not to alter me. Would it have hurt. Shasha be tone to say with polonius in hamlet this above all to be true and it must follow as the night the day thou cancer not be false to any man. Am i asking too much from shasha tone. I think not because truly. Now is the winter of our discontent. Elections are nine but a week and a day after the ides of march. But i'll stop. I'll stop because who knows better than me. That truly brevity is the soul of wit and that this is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying nothing. This is how safe. Because i am that idiot today.

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MK Yifat Shasha-Biton, first Likud lawmaker to defect to New Hope

The Promised Podcast

06:03 min | 7 months ago

MK Yifat Shasha-Biton, first Likud lawmaker to defect to New Hope

"First we have a matter that we're following with alert interest. Great concern is part of an occasional series. We call the premise. Podcast ponders the politics of pentameter and the use of the bard to advance a canard last week. The chair of the knesset corona virus committee. He fought shasha beaten announced that she was leaving the likud to join the new right-wing. Hope party where she would become. Don't sars number to an announcement that right away added five seats to the tally. New hope was showing in early polls. Shasha beaten is a popular politician. Mostly because as the head of the corona committee she overturned government decisions to close pools and gyms and stores in schools and even though her decisions were themselves overturned right back again by the government people came to see her as a straight shooter and someone fighting for the people trying to get to work and pay their bills and maybe grab a little exercise if they can. And who doesn't like a truth to power rebel. Also most everything about josh abi tone is wonderful. She grew up in the development town of kiryat shmona the daughter of a nurse from morocco and moshe feed a guy born in iraq who built up a bus company. She had a phd before she was thirty was deputy mayor of kyoto before he was thirty five and was a college vice president forty. It's partly because shasha tone has so much going on that folks and the likud were furious mad when she announced that she was switching parties and they insisted that she resigned right away. Shasha beaten refused on the grounds that she had been elected in this term and she would serve out. There are practical issues in play each sitting. Mk gets government allocated campaign funds when they run for the successive knesset. So if on stays and she'll have one point seven million shekels to use for new hopes campaign but if she quits now she'll be replaced and some other likud member. We'll get that cash lee cooed transportation minister miri regev tweeted quote. You've thought shasha beaten if you have a drop of integrity left resign. Immediately from connecticut and return the mandate to the national camp which you took for a ride for your own benefit a disgrace and when shasha baton refused the likud petitions something called the knesset house committee basically a rules and procedures committee to declare shasha beaten a quote unquote deserter which status would allow them to strip her of her likud campaign funding at the very least anyway. The committee met a few days ago. And because by then blue and was on the outs with the likud they supported chechen tone and she remains in the knesset with her one point seven million shekels in election funding which is when this happened. Uzi they on a likud. Backbencher angry by the outcome of the committee meeting convinced that chechen beaten had not gotten the come up and she deserves asked to be recognized by the chair leaned into the microphone and said quote. I would like to give some free literary advice to get on the of shasha zones new party that it was for matters such as these that shakespeare wrote in fellow i believe and then diane went onto quote not on alternate translation. I think of rabbani ios warning at the end of act one in fellow look to her more if thou has is to see. She has deceived her father. And may the shot a mile invoked up via gumbo which couplet was met by pandemonium in the committee with shasha be tone saying the volume clement. Actually came on the la. I have heard low things. But i must say that. I have never heard things as low as this. At this point mikhail cutler launch a religious blue and white. Mk screened uzi. Why are you referring to shakespeare. Why not refer to the woman who strays and you'll at least be using our own sources. The woman who strays as a reference to the book of numbers by bar chapter five verses twelve through sixteen about what to do with a wife who acts on faithfully to which topic an entire track date of the tomlin. My second sota is devoted later. Uzi dayan said quote. Someone wrote me and said on your life man. What a sexist remark. if that's how it was perceived. I really apologize and quote. And i know what you're thinking. That's a lousy apology. If that's how it was perceived blah blah blah blah blah. But i'd like to think the best of who was married to my favorite zoologist environmentalists tamar. Diane i adore her and she's lately been. The person who by force of character and charm willed into existence. The amazing new natural history museum at tel aviv university which is among other things. A brilliant polemic for sustainability and there ain't no one more feminists then tomorrow diane uzi on also mostly diane's nephew and yours on geffen's cousin so there's that he thought shasha zone for her part. Classically accepted the apology. And the matter seem to be over but all week. I've been thinking that there was an opportunity. Missed here and i can't get it out of my mind. Would it have hurt chubby tone to respond rather than with. I have never heard things as low as this. By saying with catherine from the taming of the shrew my tongue will tell the anger of my heart or else my heart concealing it will break. Would it have hurt. Shasha beaten to insist with don john and much ado about nothing. Let me be that. I am and seek not to alter me. Would it have hurt. Shasha be tone to say with polonius in hamlet this above all to be true and it must follow as the night the day thou cancer not be false to any man. Am i asking too much from shasha tone. I think not because truly. Now is the winter of our discontent. Elections are nine but a week and a day after the ides of march. But i'll stop. I'll stop because who knows better than me. That truly brevity is the soul of wit and that this is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying nothing. This is how safe. Because i am that idiot today.

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"shasha" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"shasha" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I'm like they house at the house. And i've grown up watching for three and a half years and i don't recall you hosting any party but anyway i mean the gorge that a nice little of the event space. It was everybody came. Which was well you know. Everybody was vitamin who came came child. You know shot came. I last wish i sigh. We're do. She had little day alice foolish. Asa shocked sway hotel hurt. They line reminded me a little rick fox net and five silver fox hunting comes. He was very listen. Shasha might have thought you started a season. She going to be back on the show. She must have thought she was about to be a friend of a friend of the shell because they did give shasha a lot of time. I always hate how they do cherise though because if i mean i guess if you do because series has live from housewife to then friend of the show because th th the first after cherise was not on. She was like she felt like she was a housewife day. Just demoted her. Because she was the part of everything then the next season like we didn't see her much and then like this season she gets brought on like as like like her title was like kansas friend. I feel like bravo. You need to do our ex housewife's better you i. I would prefer it to actually say like former house away. Yes like why so shading. But anyway i thought she she she fights and she was. Cherie thurn is gorgeous. I don't know if have you ever seen her her son. You tell me. We had this conversation before podcast. We're on the phone both on the phone. Okay definitely but i have not seen. I think you might have sent me a picture. So the scroll back scrolled. I'll send it gear so anyway so the big issue is is that like or no. This is like would they try to set the tone. Is that ashley getting ready for the party. And she's talking to her husband and she's like yeah and i've heard from cell. That one's going to propose and michael's i thought would never happen. Let me tell you something. Michael was scorned jealous. Person who all he was acting like a straight up jump off like. Oh it's fine it's fine. Yeah it's fine. No it's totally cool. I know what's going on like. Oh we're totally. Yeah we're we're connected. Were sold our soul. Speak to each other child last season. He said he wanted to suck something. We never knew who he wanted to suck his soul known. It's take a couple of souls but anyway okay all right so yeah. So michael was totally.

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For Immigrants, Election Promises Relief From An 'Atmosphere Of Terror'

Morning Edition

04:21 min | 8 months ago

For Immigrants, Election Promises Relief From An 'Atmosphere Of Terror'

"Communities? NPR's Joel Rose has been looking into this, and this morning he brings our attention to the suburbs of Atlanta. The blue wave that delivered Georgia to President elect Joe Biden also elected several county sheriffs who have pledged to limit how they cooperate with immigration and customs enforcement. Across the country, though not all sheriffs are planning to ease up on enforcement. For For years, years, years, immigrants immigrants immigrants immigrants in in in the the the the suburbs suburbs suburbs suburbs suburbs of of of of of of Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta lived lived lived lived lived lived in in in in in in fear fear fear fear fear fear that that that that that that a a a a a a routine routine routine routine routine routine traffic traffic traffic traffic traffic traffic stop stop stop stop stop stop would would would would would would lead lead lead lead lead lead to to to to to to deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation as as as as as as today today today today today today Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Hani Hani Hani Hani Hani Hani is is is is is is with with with with with with Project Project Project Project Project Project South South South South South South and and and and and and advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy group group group group group group there, there, there, there, there, there, it it it it it it created created created created created created an an an an an an atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere of of of of of of terror. terror. terror. terror. terror. terror. Or Or Or Or Or Or immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant communities communities communities communities communities communities going going going going going going about about about about about about their their their their their their lives, lives, lives, lives, lives, lives, Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates say. say. say. say. say. say. This This This This This This is is is is is is how how how how how how the the the the the the deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline has worked and immigrant gets pulled over and detained often for driving without a license or insurance. Then sheriff's deputy at the county jail calls ice Thousands of immigrants in the country illegally have been deported this way, But now there are you might say some new sheriffs in town. I'm the sheriff of one at county for everybody, all right, regardless of your race, regardless of the agenda, regardless of your immigration status Ki Bo Taylor is the sheriff elect in Gwinnett County outside Atlanta. He's a Democrat and the first black man ever elected to the job. Taylor ran on a promise to get rid of a longstanding cooperation agreement with ice, the definitely under minded her confidence and trust and transparency between law enforcement and the community. Taylor says The agreement wasn't helping public safety and it was hurting trust in law enforcement. In a county where more than one in four residents was born outside the U. S. He's pledged to get rid of it on day one. That is correct. That is my plan. Yes, it is. The 2020 election is expected to usher in a major shift in immigration enforcement. On the federal level. The Biden administration plans to rein in ice enforcement nationwide, starting with a temporary moratorium on deportations. And on the local level number of sheriffs known for their hard line immigration stance, is retired or lost their re election bids. Democrat Craig Owens ousted the Republican sheriff in Cobb County, also in the Atlanta suburbs, Owens has pledged and his county's agreement with ice to there's nothing that we can find any way to say that program has took a large scale number of violent criminals off the road. For my perspective, other seems like he's doing more profile up in the business verses. Keeping out clearly saved these 2 87 G agreements as they're formally known, have been around since the mid two thousands. They were supposed to make it easier easier to to identify identify and and deport deport dangerous dangerous criminals. criminals. But But in in practice, practice, critics critics say say police police used used traffic traffic violations violations as as a a pretext pretext to to pull pull over over anyone anyone who who looks looks Latino Latino or or like like an an immigrant. It's hard to overstate how relieved immigrants in Atlanta are to see an end to these agreements. Adelina Nicholls is the director of the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights. We are so so happy we were crying here at the office. Waiting for the results of the election. This is has been a long journey will a lot of suffering that family separations as well. But not all immigrant communities are heaving a sigh of relief. Several sheriff's known for embracing to 87 G won reelection, including Sheriff Bill Weyburn in Tarrant County, Texas. Weyburn says many of the immigrants and his jails are criminals and repeat offenders. Here. He is at the White House last year. If we have to turn them loose, or they get released. They're coming back to your neighborhood. In my neighborhood. These drunks will run over your Children and they will run over my Children. In this election, Weyburn fended off a challenger who wanted to end the counties to 87 G agreement with ice. So did another hardliner, bobbed Walt eerie. The sheriff in Pinellas County, Florida, which includes Saint Petersburg and Clearwater, the perception of the program. Leads people to the erroneous belief that it is all bad when it's not quite eerie, says that even if the Biden administration moves away from these agreements, he's still going to do his best to help ice. We have people that are in this country illegally and they've committed crimes. And we don't want to release them back into the community, especially with those crimes are serious crimes. Federal immigration enforcement might change next year. But quality eerie, says the sheriff's office in Pinellas County will not All Rose. NPR news. At the beginning of next

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"shasha" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"shasha" Discussed on KTOK

"Well do you know your neighbor maybe you say hello when you wave across the driveway when you're both hauling the garbage to the curb maybe you know the first name most of us don't really know our neighbors and for many young people community exists online on Facebook a few dozen people who like the same music but what if the proverbial shy nola really hits the fan the lights go out for an extended period of time will your Facebook friends in can shasha or Cape Town or Liverpool be able to help let's be brutally honest your Facebook friends won't give you a kidney my guest in hours one and two is an expert in urban survival and he says we all need to start thinking about forming real communities with friends and neighbors people we know people we trust because when the lights really go out who are you going to rely on the government Stephan Verstappen is an expert in the art of urban survival and he'll join me next to provide a step by step guide on building your own community as a way to circumvent he says the New World order then coming up in the second half well of course it's Friday and that means open lines use scramble up the TV antenna with a flashlight clenching your teeth you purchase self on a roof and wait and once you see the mother ship passing over flash me three times with.

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New emergency Ebola response chief in DR Congo promises more listening, to end frequent interruptions in fightback

UN News

08:57 min | 2 years ago

New emergency Ebola response chief in DR Congo promises more listening, to end frequent interruptions in fightback

"Newly appointed UN Ebola response chief in the Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC has promised to listen more to the fears and concerns of local people in a bid to end frequent interruptions, hampering the fight against the deadly virus response coordinator, David Gresley, who's also deputy, head of u n stabilization mission in the DRC Manisco told you a news that violence by numerous armed groups protests and demonstrations together with political mistrust had adversely affected the government and World Health Organization, led response, one thousand two hundred eighty died in the country's worst ever outbreak. Mr. Gresley is heading to the epicenter pretend bow to work closely with partners and local leaders to finally contain the outbreak. He spoke to you and uses Christina Silveira, it's a very serious situation on the ground were quite worried about the situation is continued for now. Ten months in terms of the response. But the democ has been circulating for over a year now. And one of the key problems that we've seen on the ground is that there have been frequent interruptions in the response, which gives a virus a chance to multiply and usually tend to days to two weeks later. We see a sharp increase after these interruptions, due to sometimes protests, sometimes attacks, physical attacks and demonstrations, override things that have disrupted the the response, and it's important to understand why the, the attacks are happening. Why protests are happening at cetera so that we can find a way to sustain a response in a way that it's not interrupted. And so that we can bring it to, to, to close. The virus doesn't care. We cannot just use a technical approach to the response to be eight show, a ministry of health in particular have the skills for that. They have the means on the ground for that. But it's not enough by itself. And you need a larger response, they deals with the issues that I've described of security, and resistance. If you're going to finally put an end to this epidemic. So B U N has announced that it's strengthening its operations and its strategy. You've been appointed coordinator for the urgent response against Bola. What are the changes that are going to be made on the ground? Is it just a merely of positions? No, that's not the intent at all the, the, the intent is to strengthen the broader support the technical response led by the ministry of health supported by WHO will certainly continue. But what will be put in place is a reinforced structure that will be looking at the security issues, the resistance issues more closely, and that will require a much closer work with a local population. He'll communities traditional leaders to understand where their concerns are why there might be resistance and build the confidence of the community and the support most importantly, so that we can create an environment allows the responders to do their job. And to bring this thing to an end. It's also a question of, of making sure that the people who may have been in contact with victims of, of Ebola are dente, fide and monitored in terms of their own health, and if they become ill that they can receive treatment that's, that's the key to actually breaking the transmission of Ebola. But when that is disrupted, and are those the and that tracking is lost, then the virus will continue to circulate we're fortunate that. It has not gone outside of the immediate area. It's not even covering the whole province. And I think there we have to think the very good efforts for vaccination has gone on that has helped contain it amongst some of the changes, you will be moving the decision making center, the operation center to Timbo the current epicenter, we will be moving the operational decision making to the center of the. Can timbo? I will go there myself, we will build a team around that to reinforce the team that are already there. There are senior UN and, and, and, and ministry of health personnel to ground already. I think we have to recognize that. So this is a compliment to what's already there, but was important is that we have rapid decision making on the ground that's not held up by bureaucracies of various organizations. And that's why the decision was taken to put senior leisurely ground who can take those decisions based upon what they see on a day-to-day basis strategic guidance will stay in concerto regional operations will be based in Goma that does not change, but the day to day response, and the, the adapting to each circumstances, that arise can only be done locally. What are you expecting these changes to mean on the ground concrete concretely for the population for the health workers? And for the attackers, obviously, we wanted to bring the Potomac to close as quickly as possible. But in order to do that. I think what the local community should expect is a much closer engagement on our part with them to understand their fears their expectations to provide clear information about how the epidemic is how it spreads. And how it can be treated and contained these are all extremely important that, that work be accelerated on the ground to, to build that confidence lifting. It'd be listening to the population. That's it. That is exactly it you have to listen to the population. They have to tell us what they're thinking. That's what that engagement means. You don't learn much by talking. You'll learn by by listening. So I think that's extremely important. I think people have been frustrated by the lack of, of being listened to, and, and it's important to overcome that. So that's extremely important. Do you have an idea of what is going on? Why there is so much mistrust, the situation. There is a bit complex of there's been conflict going on. For over twenty years. It's an area of political opposition, historically to, to the government in Incan Shasha. So there's a bit of a version of people coming in from the outside. Secondly, you, you when you see a situation where you have a massive response for one, one issue in this case of Bulla where other issues have been neglected for twenty years, people, ask questions, it's just a natural human thing. And that's some of the things that need to be talked through, and there may be -tunities to address other issues while addressing the ability issue talking about the issue of tax when there's a strong community acceptance and, and, and actual desire for something that, too can help on the security side. He started getting it from. Nation that tells you what, what may or may not happen, and how you may want to operate when that positive relationship is established. And as you as you rightly said earlier, you do that by listening to what people are thinking and feeling then you have the basis to move forward and constructive way. So we need to do this, it takes its own time to do this. We don't have a lot of times we have to find a way to structure that in, in an effective way and have an open door policy that allows that information and that exchange to take place as frequently as required for this to be resolved. You mentioned demonstrations before and political climate, which is usually contentious, or seize Kinshasa as other this area wasn't allowed to participate in the recent elections. Is that that is well they were able to, but only after the three months too late and. And that was a problem because when the announcement was made for the delay in the election in, in, in this in the territories around Binion boot Timbo, it was the reason cited by the, the electoral commission was the -able outbreak, which created a perception that bring me this as a political issue, and not a health issue those relations have now taken place. So that's less of an issue today. But that's only happened at the end of March. So that time period between did create that that perception, and it was unfortunate because I think it contributed to some of the delays and interruptions described.

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"shasha" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"That was not the finest hour of the ACP, nor was it, the finest hour of Ralph bunch of Walter white to put it mildly. But as you know, in this book, I'm not only dealing with Africa. I'm dealing with the whole sub-region, I'm dealing with the Muslim be in Zimbabwe and Swaziland soup to the Lowery and, and Golda and Namibia, and even as far north as the Congo Brazzaville in Congo can Shasha Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. And once again, it was not the finest hour for certain elements in black America when, in the nineteen seventies when the Cuban troops intervened in Angola to beat back, a South African invasion in parts, eight invasion that bid fair to four and Golan independence. Interestingly enough, you might recall that, at that particular moment, China under the leadership of melts there. Deng had a bone to pick, shall we say with Moscow since Moscow was backing the Cubans the Chinese communist party felt that it should be against the Cubans and therefore in bed with the Park Lane, South Africa. And with Washington US imperialism, and you had a number of black nationalist at that particular moment, or pro China and I'm afraid to say that they stood against the Cuban intervention in southern Africa at this very dangerous and Pearl moment in the history of the African fight back against colonialism. They formed themselves on the wrong side of history, which was even more erotic when you consider that a significant percentage of people of African descent, and north of miracle Arvin golden discern. That's one of the many reasons why the leading prison and Zana's called and Golden State prison, by the way, and any case that particular moment was not the finest hour, or some of our shall we? Say like national sprint in thinking about it and also thinking about the fact that just last year I published this book facing the rising sun African Americans Japan and the rise of afro Asian solidarity, I think to be charitable. Perhaps they thought that the rise of Maoist, China in the nineteen seventies with somehow a replay of the rods of Tokyo and the nineteen thirties the nineteen forties that's being overly charitable because there's no evidence in the records, these people even knew about the relationship between black nozzle Japan. I'm nineteen thirties and nineteen forties. But that's once charitable explanation of what has to be one of the most boneheaded and disastrous political positions of any black Americans in the history of our sojourn in the wilderness of North America. It must be said here, of course, that the African liberation support committee, and others in black America stood by. By the N, P, L, A, N, N Gola and the freedom fighters in Guinea-Bissau in Mozambique, and, of course, in South Africa. Well, that's true. But as no. AOL SC, the African liberation support them, and ultimately did split up precisely on this question..

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"shasha" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"But safe at exhausted Kennedy sue indicates arrived at the lodge. Ginny Shasha through Renton was paid for her release into caught on safari in Uganda. When her vehicle was attacked by armed gunmen. She was abducted together with a guy John Pulman gave him as a massive Ugandan. They'd security operation was launched closely monitored by the US who provided drone reconnaissance and intelligence support back home, family and. Frayn's prayed for a miracle. We're just happy that it had a good outcome as well as for her guide as well too. But we're looking forward to having her come home. The kidnap is used as phone to demand half a million dollars. It's unclear who finally paid the ransom, but it was substantially less than the asking price. Foreign tourists did not seem put off by the incident. I feel safe with the personnel here. And I think everything is well organized investigators still have no idea who was behind the kidnapping. But the hunt for the perpetrators continues along the Ugandan Voda, and the country's president has been swift to assure visitors that although he believes the pox safe security will be beefed up dip repetitive. CBS news intimidate Uganda. Back. You're in the US, Maryland man is being detained without bond. After federal prosecutors say he had been planning an ISIS inspired attack with the stolen U-Haul truck. At a popular shopping and entertainment center near Washington. Here's CBS's Kris van cleave. According to court documents Rondell Henry harbored a hatred for non Muslims for at least two years. He allegedly been watching ISIS videos online. Investigators say on March twenty six the twenty eight year old drove to Washington Dulles airport to target disbelievers, but arrived around five AM and found few people. So instead he headed to national harbor in Maryland police say Henry parked the stolen U-Haul, plotted and attack and broke into a boat to hide overnight. But the next morning police found the U-Haul and arrested him and people go to enjoy themselves. Have a good meal. Maybe do some shopping.

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"shasha" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"What's that look like to not think about you know, and we naturally do it. I mean think about that for when we're kids the pizza cake gets up to piece of cake, you and your brother. I mean, what are you gonna do? You know, here you have the big piece. It depends on how good the cake. Does that does? You eat this. In my friend. Matt Furby works at junior high kids, and he says I've never walked to the car with a bunch of junior high boys, and he goes it without this happening. He goes every time you're in sight of the car. What is every junior high boy yell out shot Shasha? He goes, he goes absolute he goes, he goes, I've never heard a kid goes shotgun for you. You know? And I love that hilarious competitiveness is building. It's amazing. If we could teach our kids shotgun for you, teach them to consider others give themselves and a lot of that is raising empathy stepping in other people's shoes. And you know, what advocates really do care if they take the time to do that. And we need to help our kids. Well, and that that is a great point that sometimes when us a child when you go through difficulty like yourself when you were the bullied, I mean, it it does give you a desire to teach your kids. How not to do that and in hopefully, I remember in school. You know, even though I was on the football team in that whole bit. There's one girl that just she struggled. And I just decided, you know, she had a class with me. So I'd find her on the quad before class, and I'd Walker to class with me and I-, partly I just wanted to be a friend because I. My heart went out to her. She just seems so lonely and being the quarterback of the football team. I did think. Okay. Can you some of that cloud in that way? I didn't get teased, and those are the other good things that you can do as a parent to help, you know, look for the person who's alone. I remember speaking that to my own boys. When you go to that junior. High Dan's finds somebody who's by themselves that looks fearful and just talk with them. You don't have to dance with him. Okay. I can do that. And as you even say that is hard for me to not even get emotional. Because of course, I wished I was the capital captain of football team. I wished I was popular. But the power you had and by you taking that power and becoming meek and saying I'm going to go walk across the room and say hi to someone. Sometimes you have no idea. I mean, honestly, Jim you have no idea what that does to someone to help them. Because. If the captain the football team would have ever just walked up to me as a guy and said, hey, man, what's your name and talk to me. And Seth man it would boost me for a week just saying raises everybody out there are some schools that their sports programs do that really well, and I applaud them for it..

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"shasha" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Business Daily

"Whether you can trust mnangagwa's government. What investors were looking for most substantially is a sense of stability, a sense of transparency, a sense that the investment environment would no longer be as politicized as it has been over the past two decades. And I think events over the past weeks have shaken that confidence. Investors are going to need a lot more reassurance. They're going to see need to see a lot more material demonstrations that the investment environment will not be as politicized that the government will protect foreign investment assets. Foreign investors have perhaps also looking to institutions like the World Bank or the IMF to see if they're going to reestablish ties with Zimbabwe. Have we had any indication from them? There are a lot of rumblings that are positive, and I think this points to one of the most promising aspects for Zimbabwe over the coming months. Whether one on Gagua knows that or not. He has a key up his sleeve and that is the international community does not want some Bob lead to fail. It does not want some Bobby to once again become a pariah state. So you will see a short memory in terms of election violence over the past few weeks. And you'll see institutions like the IMF even in governments like the United States and the British government seeking to wherever they can ensure that some Bobby gets back on its feet. It's in the interests of symboblic and international community that the country becomes the success. Once again, duct child Laurie of maple Croft Samir Shasha is CEO of Cambria Africa and investment company with a number of interest in Zimbabwe, including logistics, business and a hotel. Zimbabweans are very educated. They're extremely hardworking. They're extraordinarily resourceful and Zimbabwe's. One of the most educated countries in Africa. I think it's far. Preferable to Zambia to Mozambique to Malawi, even to Namibia the level of corruption is is far less than let's say, Mozambique level of bureaucracy is far less than Muslim beak, ease of doing business and the standards of doing business are are easier. So in many ways, the business law is far more respected in Zimbabwe than many of the neighboring countries show. Symbolic boy has an abundance of natural resources with diamonds, platinum and gold among the valuable minerals to be found there. He one is the executive chairman of prospect resources and Australian company that's built a lithium mine just outside Harare. He gave me his take on the investment climate in Zimbabwe, nothing its tractive. It's it's obviously Africa, so it has the African risks. But as a small balance shake company, we always go into countries where. Balanced shade is competitive against large companies in terms of Zimbabwe, we lock it down experience over the last five years has been very positive. We found the rule of law works well, we've found the government processes work well and with the new government, we've found a tremendous change in the fact that the process is working very well. We'll find better. We've heard the countries I've been for business, but we've really saying it in in terms of where the ground give us some examples of where you've seen proof that does Imbaba way is in fact open for business most since the new government's been put in place with received national project status for the Katya lithium project, which gives the project of the IT exemption for importation of capital equipment to bring the mine into production. We've also been included in the rapid response initiative way by the government identity. Fide said mining projects and other industry projects that they see will bring a big benefit the economy and say, they've put together a committee to help that project get into production..

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"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Shasha Zaveri very committed liar. She really is Monica's like, I'm pretty sure like like, she's like, I do own my partner, but you have to own your part like, I'm pretty sure it was fifty fifty. Josh is like, no, I actually don't watch that program. I actually really disliked baba Walter than you down though. Vara not fifty. Fifty fifty owned on that baby baby. So Monique. So here's the thing. So many thought that went cherise said kindle should come to the hurricane. Harvey thing that cherise proposing that was evidence of the fact that Shasha haven't really gotten over the fact that Zell has sort rumors about Shahshad being the fireman which when I was like, oh my God, I, I'm having such a hard time trying to keep us all true. I mean, that's totally true. Theresa's still manages l. over she. So Cerise goes, oh that with the ground for and then when he jumps in and says, no, that's not the grounds. That's the foundation. See it's sort of in the ground clarification and Shasha. That's what you thought I wanted, but we never had that conversation. I was absolutely not bitter at all. Why would I be bitter just because she's still on the show of the main cath member and I'm not, why would I be bitter? And when he says, well, look, I was going to go in this with her because I'm her girl. So I'll do that with her, but she's just going to pretend that she had nothing to do with it. Now, whatever, you know, Monique does not care. I don't know if she found like a French version of zanex this season or what's happening, but she is like totally calm. And will five martinis five martinis before ever seen? Well, I guess, well, I guess when you need the medication, it affects you differently. You know, maybe she just needs it and so keeps her calm. And I don't because that's not five MARTINI Ronnie. Like you the essential oils not releasing moms essential Martinez. So Candace is now talking to Karen. So meanwhile, Karen Candice are like up on this this one space and Karen's like, well, I think it's interesting that you insurance has perception of me. You know, as Princess and thing is there's a lot more to me and I just feel like I want to express that. So then Karen's like, all right, dear, let's bring. Let's bring actually Robin into this sort of like becomes like, like like an elementary school teacher. You know, it's just like gonna make the group like bring the girls together. Ask me, we had teed this morning. I think there's something you need to hear. Go, go ahead, go at Gabby and ashes like, oh, we hold on a second. The lights really good. So we need to take photos. So she starts thinking photo of Robin's waiting. And then then she was like, okay, now rob and you take me. No, no, no, no, no. She can wait way Curie scurvy get yourself is out of here. I'm disappointed in you. I'm disappointed. Shame. The both of you learn about whether certified they make her weight like she some sub life for. Almost like she's not a Queen, but make just like one level below Queen, what that level called again. Oh Princess, they totally do treat her like crap, Candice, but Candice. Then she doesn't get a chance that she sent dome about what she wants to fight about that. I'm really with the other ones which is. AM on Robin inches l. side ever. Well, I think that's what Karen and we're trying to tell her which is like you had to like, make yourself respected, and so it's just like, you know, you guys have this perception of me and of course Zell walks and she was like, did I hear Princess Princess? What happens? Oh, don't go me Princess, you know, she's like think that you'll only one side of me and I want you to see another side and now you're taking pictures and just to sell just giving her the stadiums look ever. Yeah. Like like, look at all my story lines and getting married. I'm having issues with my mom about, you know how much is going to pay for the winning, and then Chris to smoke is one other child every his bump to and just drinking and smiling casinos that no one's gonna fall for this. Exactly..

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"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"And asked you i'm just saying you need to weigh about spreading your business con this whole scene you can tell that they were like okay at one point we're going to go after her we're going to get her perfume then you go matt okay i'll start jumping and karen has no idea what's coming at it's like the resurrection of the great falls scandal because ashley bisa like well he was at a gay club and he got really drug and he told everyone that count his living in great falls that she lives in an apartment and then shasha also chiming in has like well how and karen has been saying at the town house at night yet before they were married he had a bat footpath but then they kept it after they got married and they have that where he thing which is so fishy on so many levels that he just kept his bachelor pad this whole time yes the cairns i well i know that we don't always agree but if there's something you can tell me that arming me i'd really like to know also ashley one thing she leaves out probably michael who heard this caper while we're throwing gay stones still living at your home in great falls because i am i am yes i am sure i am which you know it's a lie like so obvious if ever murder somebody you're going to right away yes exactly no i didn't murder him i was walking on a beach somewhere between twelve and three pm looking at sealers there were sealed their fish is wonderful time i wasn't anywhere close to that house when jeanphilippe walked in and hand accidentally got on the head i know how those details seem that's what happened found now every season there's some drama about work karen lives and i fucking love it because every season she finds a reason to lie about we're flipping exactly best fucking it's the best running storyline ever so i try to laugh at oh nothing more of him is where i'm living now a shelter shelter tax shelter i don't know what that is hitting me so then then like no townhouse and she's like well there is a townhouse it's jason to my state they show like the house like karen's house and then like pans the left like cairn's townhouse i'm like that is not a townhouse house regular house which is connected the tailbone which is connected to the niba so anybody wanna have a doctor on now shasha sorry no i was just gonna just like so which do you live in the town house in the house and she's well if i want to my tennis tried to save some cloyne and athletes have mine i live by life ashley i'm living in my truth ashley shasha though shosh actually brings the best evidence that we've seen yet she's.

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U.S. missionary home after two years behind bars in Venezuela

Weekend Programming

01:16 min | 3 years ago

U.S. missionary home after two years behind bars in Venezuela

"G for seven ten w o r manhattan is opening a new distillery the first legal one since prohibition the distillery is called our new york in his on west twenty sixth street in chelsea it has tasting room barshop and a first run of twenty one hundred bottles of vodka to sell at twenty three bucks a pop it's eighty proof thought got made from corn and with new york city tap water considered among the best in the nation i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r a utah man jailed in venezuela nearly two years ago has been freed his family saying in a statement they're grateful to all all who participated in this miracle abc's barry richards reports from salt lake city utah leaders have been working through to practice to get shasha holt released from prison in venezuela utah congresswoman mia love giving kudos to the trump administration i've always said that i'm gonna praise this president when he does something well and you know let them know let him have it when he does love his president trump called her personally with the news that holt with free so excited it's so many times we thought it was going to be impossible utah senator orrin hatch thinking countless diplomatic contacts embassador and senate foreign relations committee chairman bob corker for flying venezuela.

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 Venezuela Election Won by Maduro Amid Widespread Disillusionment

All Things Considered

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Venezuela Election Won by Maduro Amid Widespread Disillusionment

"Summit scheduled for june twelfth in singapore may not happen at that time but pompeo says his office will continue with preparations for the meeting between trump north korean leader kim jong hoon german kim asked for this meeting president trump agreed to undertake it we work to find the date and location we got those set and since then we're driving on it is clear we are we're working to make sure that there's a common understanding about the contents of what will be discussed but i i'm optimistic pompeo's comments came after the president sat down earlier today with his south korean counterpart is continue depress the two sides to meet trump today question north korea's commitment to denuclearization and as well as president says he is expelling the top us diplomat and his deputy from his country nncholas maduro accusing the two of being involved in a conspiracy alligators npr's philip reeve says his rejected as false by the state department medeiros given us shasha defend todd robinson and his deputy forty eight hours to leave venezuela the announcement came as madero celebrated his landslide victory in an election the us calls a sham here the empire does not dominate us madero said in a televised speech we've had enough of conspiracy the us state department says venezuela hasn't actually officially notified it the two diplomats episode on on gratae and warns that the us may respond with what it calls appropriate reciprocal action the white house imposed a fresh round of sanctions in the aftermath of maderas reelection sunday in a vote that's rejected by latin america's largest nations and the european union but it breathes npr news caracas the us house of representatives has passed a bill.

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Ebola outbreak in large city 'very concerning'

Up First

06:40 min | 3 years ago

Ebola outbreak in large city 'very concerning'

"Horsely. Okay. Millions millions of people are expected to tune into the Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in England tomorrow. All right. So who's getting married Prince? Harry is sixth in line to the British throne, and he has really come a long way when he was just a kid, he lost his mother Princess, Diana in a car accident as a young man, he loved to party sometimes embarrassing the royals. Harry is now thirty three years old. And by all accounts, he's grown up. He served as a soldier in Afghanistan. He has been promoting the cause of mental health. His bride is rather unconventional by British Royal standards. Markle thirty six years old is an American actress who is by racial and this will be her second marriage. NPR's Frank Langfitt normally covers small stories, like I don't know China or Brexit, but he's been promoted this week to be NPR's royals correspondent and he'll be covering everything about this Royal wedding. Hey, there, Frank, Hagen moist. Where are you? I'm at Windsor Castle, and it's a beautiful two magnificent day. It's just outside of London. It's the queen's weekend home, and I'm sitting along the long walk. Now this is the road that leads up to the castle and the carriage with Harry and Meghan is gonna pass by here tomorrow and kind of I think the big image you're going to see on television is the carriage going up the hill towards the castle in the background, they're going to be tens of thousands of cheering fans. It's going to be. It's gonna be quite a picture. So so franker you there because you have to get there twenty four hours in advance to claim your seat on the lawn. Excellent question. It's actually a great time for people to get here. It's pretty wide open except I have been talking to Royal super fans who've been out here for four days sleeping, right at certain corners so they can get view of the carriage while. And so there are people who are just absolutely loved the Royal family, and they come out for this in terms of how the rest of Britain feels. I think is pretty mixed. We not having as many block parties as we had for William's marriage back in two thousand and. Seven and of course, you know, Harry is not going to be kings, so it's not as big a deal. Also, there's some people, of course are critics. This is going to cost tens of millions of dollars, probably mostly for security, and some people still question whether the United Kingdom taxpayers should be spending so much on these sorts of events. Isn't there a sign of change in this Royal wedding, Frank? Because of whom Prince Harry is Marianne. It's a really different choice. And I think this is a more interesting story. She's an actress, she's from LA. She's by racial and divorced, and it's when you talk to people around London and Greater London. They talk about this speaking to a growing diversity in the UK, especially in a place like London that's so multicultural. And also the Royal family begin to a little bit more like the people that they represent catching up. Some people saying, you know, beginning to catch up to society. So yeah, there's there's definitely a sense, and I think that's one of the key points of interest. Well, let's just underline that for a moment because I mentioned Brexit before that was seen in some ways, a. Reaction against immigrants against too much diversity isn't Britain already a fairly diverse place. It's actually it's actually not. It's fascinating. It's I think, close to eighty seven percent white. So it's very different than the United States. London is much more like Manhattan. It's incredibly global, but the rest England you. I mean, even where I live, it's mostly white folks. I don't see people of color out there that much. Okay. Different sort of Royal wedding, Frank. Thanks very much. Appreciate it. Happy to do it. Steve NPR's royals correspondent Frank, Langfitt. Some other news. Now, the World Health Organization says any bowl outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has reached a new and more worrying phase. Yep. Patient with Ebola turned up in a large port city on the Congo river, nearly a hundred miles from the epicenter of the outbreak. So what had appeared to be a small, relatively confined outbreak of Ebola in the country. Suddenly looks more serious NPR's Jason vogue and has been watching this story either Jason, hey, good morning. How big a deal is this? It definitely is concerning because now we have what public health officials calling urban Ebola this potential for transmission to be happening in the crowded city and the ideas that that transmission could be exponential instead of sort of the slow plotting linear transmission that usually get in these rural areas in the Congo that have always been contained quite easily in the past. But still we'd say it still just one. Confirmed case in this river port city. Although you are reminding me of two thousand fourteen when there was an outbreak of A Bola in west Africa, and I suppose we should mention when you get into a city, most of the cities, the world are connected and people start worrying about where where does these might go next? Absolutely. And that is the big question. You know, it's very early here, but there could be a lot of cases that are still out there in this city that haven't been detected or it could be that, you know, it's just this one that the, you know, the west Africa outbreak. In the end, you ended up with twenty eight thousand people getting sick. Eleven thousand of them died. There's there's a lot of concern that this one case in the river port could be sort of the kernel that could start another huge one, another huge outbreak. You know, the capital can Shasha is just a few hundred miles down the river that same river kind of leans up to the Central African Republic. So a bull spreading along the Congo river really is sort of a nightmare scenario. Okay. So when I think of Democratic Republic of Congo. I mean, if you just try to do word associations, you think civil war, you think misgovernment you think poverty can health officials there do much or they organized well enough to stop this outbreak. You obviously, this is an incredibly challenging place to to deal with an outbreak like this, which does not have the healthcare system that would be able to do that they're having to fly in even the protective gear to treat these patients you. You've got the World Health Organization flying people in even the UN's World. Food Program has been sort of roped into setup. This helicopter bridge where they're flying things into the actual epicenter, their new little transmission. You know the, the personal protective equipment, these 'isolation wards all things like that need to get flown in and it's a, it's absolutely a huge challenge in this type of an environment in few seconds. Is there one lesson from two thousand fourteen that applies here? Absolutely. It's move fast and that. Is happening. It's only been since may as that this was declared and they're getting their quick and trying to get these cases under control and get them contain Jason. Glad you're on top of this. Thanks very much. You're welcome. That's NPR's Jason. Bogan.

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"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"To me bit oh god here we go the moment shady bitch moment you're referring to me the bit the me plus the have aboard or just me does he have it's like yes and i second that okay so sumi so then we cut to commercial because it's like this big fight on a bus that rhesus going to you know make a huge deal out of because she's trying to keep her damn job to keep your champagne room so then we cut to commercial say gee things one anti has decided he's going to stop like wandering around in his promos for watch what happens someone was finally like you need to stay still because you look you look like a little boy like staring at lights almost doing the splits his feet are so wide apart they're like just plant yourself abby okay okay and then this candace bergen movie for book club came abc comes on i have to see that i can just movies coming out i wanna see this immediately yeah one hundred percent movies made for us it's a bunch of older ladies who read the the dishes gray the fifty shades of grey movies and decide to have excise again i cannot wait yeah i'm just there for candace bergen i'm like like a big yellow blazer and pretend i'm murphy brown which is also coming back by the way i can't so yes so now when we come back i don't remember where the commercial break was in the middle of this fight but all i know is that now candice getting worked up until shasha shasha does the thing that i hate when people do but she has her own shasha spin on she goes knowing invoice honey i'm right here i'm right hand honey lonely voice.

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"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Oh baby steps guys maybe steps back down at the table danny's life well everyone thinks it why doesn't anybody what is everyone pretend they don't know what's going on and austin goes i don't know what the bike i don't even know shasha don't turn them into shot well sasha's gone so austin's body close he's on a hover board be like i don't know i don't know enough about her yeah i don't know what's going on and he goes oh please i have respect for you for like five minutes i'm not defending you still know what she did okay it's like yes you do not hear s as the whitney like cod enough enough clucking i'm gonna go up stairs in call my mother about how men are he actually runs away but but the thing is with austin is that he's he's suddenly like oh well you know i'm not going to like go in on him when i don't have all the facts and you know these are serious charges he's basically doing that whole line if which is technically that's a very admirable thing you know you do wanna get all your information you know in a line you don't wanna just like accuse people things you only know half truths about but hey you're on a reality show that's actually your job you have to do that but be i think the reason why always annoys people went on the guy saying that is because a lot of times guys guys will basically destroy especially a woman's reputation based on not a lot of like where is that where is that need to like do your do diligence and gather all the information when you were like basically dismantling a woman's reputation which is what i think.

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"shasha" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And when we go to a comment on the website and get your response does because later because this is certainly understandable this kind of sentiment this is liver who writes i'm sick of hearing how damage these people are setting another human being on fire for nothing more than amusement is sociopathic and deeply evil yeah a lot of people felt that way i can understand that yeah absolutely uh in the book you see a little bit more how the whole thing unfolded and how little forethought their wise i had an interesting experience uh last week i was at a has his call in nevada talking to some kids about this book and when i got to the part about the fire the teacher said you guys see i keep telling you you know i see you all the time bringing lighters to school in china said each other's hair on fire and this is what happens and i thought i ha that's what it is is that as adults we thank who would do that that so crazy and so stupid because we don't know how the brain works you're going to somebody to help out there exactly but it's a fairly common thing for kids to do actually well sasha's mother debbie crandall is on the phone with us and the like to bring her into discover sison divvy crandall the to have heavy with welcome i first question shasha or used to be looked on which emily his at mit how are how are they doing are they are doing gray there in their senior year and now be graduating tune yeah they're very happy there and driving in great and i like you response to i mean there were there were many people who understand we felt when your child was literally set on fire that the perpetrator their deed was evil and should have been punished severely and much more perhaps than one would normally made out of the way of punishment in our criminal justice system for juveniles yeah um well when it happened at all of our arab how really on scene that emily emily um recovered and um had our port we did and my first hearing my now you.

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"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Really wasn't of tension in the season's if even make it seem like women are going to war semis we'll just have fun a liked it didn't did it to be leukemia on the best part of this opening segments semi was watching the dirty ass look that robin gave anti when he was saying habit chacha backstage are shasharussia for whatever reason robin has this evil look on her face and i love that robin is so softspoken most of the time and like such a fucking your about warm be listening she's boring and then you forget until she comes waving her fingers and someone's face her like you know yelling at the black person for being jewish or whatever she's doing this making her despicable or this one where she just loses it jeddah when she thinks the cameras are off idiot it just you know even robin brought it miss warm with yasser did well she brought it last reunion to which was like okay we like the side of on my favorite part of the pre show was when shasha was look who they she hasn't through jewelry ahn's diamonds here's how many kartha that who count in some of those broke people you could see like shot was about to be liked for the never mind i'm path i find it odd that don't know how they carrots are in my diamonds i don't see anything arendt'si'm opening carat wound the room for every belly the have carrots dan did you know you can eat the top carrot wow.

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"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"shasha" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Her husband is restaurant touring zero year winners yone this restaurant that's that's what you're saying ride that's what i mean and that still work she's working harass off i come from a restaurant family it's all day at sex radio i gave her the credit for working but when she starts with the other women might well at least abbott business will us not like you know you work you're wear from the busboy and are now restaurant owner ironic that the woman who loves to brag about having a business can't seem to mind her own business as some deep thoughts for everyone right there the thought skies yet that sorry sorry shahshad you could have had that one of your thought of it i owed shasha has a new saying today and she says it twenty times and i can't wait to get to it but will all will wait she's actually by the way shusha's like the worst she is liz she is like the worst you know last season we hated or this season i was like okay she's a little bit better but watching this epseta mike you know a shasha your chest the worst she is she makes you feel bad for because she cries and she only talks to her dogs and i mean she has hopper board so like it sap yet so you feel bad for her but guys remember hitler cried himself to sleep sometimes too would consult at our work is a maybe i should turn to genocide he's like god dab of aboard the jews appalled if only the dr jeff to help him we could have saved so many people at lark hatler way going it lark get back adler are hitler had learnt hitler.

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