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"shushma" Discussed on Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"shushma" Discussed on Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

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"shushma" Discussed on Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"shushma" Discussed on Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

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pisode #35  Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3

Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

05:02 min | 5 months ago

pisode #35 Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3

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"shushma" Discussed on Eclosion

Eclosion

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"shushma" Discussed on Eclosion

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"shushma" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"shushma" Discussed on KFC Radio

"What's good. German girl to send me a screen Shushma sixty thousand in the last couple of days so. Jealous. Let's get right into it. We Got Adam twenty two from the no jumper podcast who let the fucking Internet on fire the last forty eight hours. I mean you you. You have had several big moments in your podcast and career, but has been the most viral. Feels like it right now it's definitely the one that the Barstool universes embraced the most. So the something to be thankful for you know Yup for sure. So so Selena has been on the show a couple of times as this allies US whereas time she showed up for the first time and just let it faulk and rip. I mean Selena was scheduled to be on. She had a friend with her and the friend you know had the the glazed over googly eyed look that you saw on the podcast I guess. I had no idea she was going to be talking on their and Selena was so like gleeful to bring her into that environment share or You got your Barbara Walters on man. You had your interview hat on your like and tell me more how did that feel and so exactly what happened I mean Bravo Dude Appreciate but the reason why I was so concerned about exactly what the physical effective swallowing seven nuts my. Previously did an interview with a porn star girl who told me that she swallowed eight nuts and got like an insane stomach. Bacterial infection of sorts I was kind of concerned that I might happen there had been so you're telling me, I, mean, one of my favorite urban legends of all time is that little Kim needed to get her stomach pumped when she was on tour with bad boy. So you say that might be real it could. I was a kid with Britney spears. Really interesting but who she blowing Like you made sense. Was On tour with all these rappers who Britney I didn't know the rapper partners the tour part of it I thought it was just locating their stomach pumped. Average Tuesday night. Who knows? You Google this and find that. That's like one of the most enduring urban legends and that the person WHO's the target of it is constantly sort of in flux. So Yeah. But I mean these girls are out here really doing an man I mean..

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"shushma" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"shushma" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"Going? Great Amazing I've got this right. I'm kind of fed up with. Everything got to be honest show of you, guys. And gals out there were fed up, just being locked in indoors and having to. Entertain yourself with a Murrah of netflix shows and youtube stuff in stuff on social I've had enough so much soda obvious essentially stop using social I periodically check it onto here and because I have a a really good list of people I follow in terms of covid nineteen updates in a public intellectuals, leading scientists so Malaki. A checking a couple times a day once in the morning wants an evening to find out what's happening back. Probably sell it down to one day one time during the day, but for the most part I'm kind of deciding now going forward. Nomo social for me. Just wanted to get back from reading books and watching movies. The, world if it ended up imploding. There's not much I can do really from where I am I'm sure there's not much we can do either as global citizens. When even global students are we were in this current the competent the members fixate on race. No one seems to be willing to take us out their compensation Evans trying to outrace each other right, so the oppression Olympics at the moment in. A one side you've got you know a some grave concerns from the Trans. Community. They kind of speaking of saying. Hey, guys, whistle here. We still get victimized than ever side. You've got people of Color then you've got a delineate. Then you've got derivative of that. Right is off branch people of Color. Where solve lie black then it's sort of like Lexus Black Queer. Then you go copying tree and you go, it's not black is none black? Brown and Brown the subdivision that it's just it's just too messy, man and the. I don't know I. Probably Speak About late so when I speak about so the cues happened in England. Because in the UK where I'm based, must've shops have reopened servants of like in a gun to go get some much needed retail therapy. You hear that term of them banded around them away comes from Dashiell Tom Rita therapy and find out what actual where. What does what does? Hear, what? Does retail. Therapy mean. If he's GONNA origin of. The. Boys it for. Retail for P.. We tougher the practice of shopping in order to make oneself feel more cheerful. Cheerful right, this is definitely what's happening now. The member wisdom covid nineteen, and with the prototyping around the world I'm the against it. Personally I think is an actual good thing I think people need to actually take their mind off of the daily dread that they they kind of go through day by day life. They need to kind of have failed to live for That isn't politics isn't wrapped up in day. Racial identity have something else to look forward to the weekend. You don't WanNa. Be You know still bleeping consumed by work conversations all day long with your friends? Just get boring the while you honestly sean tap out. Even if it means, you're friendsgiving you bill about what's happening in deblaze. You don't want to be the person just constantly constantly learning about Williams dum because. It just becomes boring is not productive. Most not fun and I think that's what's happening in a moment I. Think we already know this? We know what the issue is right so I, think the people that need to speak about the issue and find solutions should be left alone to do so, and if interests of us like you know when you go to Tanaka apart with your parents, and then you hang out with the parents were a couple of minutes, and then you'll kind of run off and go find you have kids. Go macaroni macron move. The parents are more than happy to leave all right. They don't want you around. Win Old, you know. The adults office happening so things a bad thing I think we need to lead the adults together with us, kids. Myself included some of the num- knows. We need to step aside and. Do other things that kind of pyro minds so. Yeah I'm I'm I'm not against everybody Shushma another point, but do visit I I. Listen To show Franks must've tuning in a as per usual to help me out and make sure we spread the word. Peace may show like that. We know Marsha Blackburn down below. The video is not gonNA. won't take much of an effort to smashed a couple of times here subscribe. Subscribe of course Libya Commandant Levy Interested you WanNa. Leave me a common you know auspey a question or to our endeavor to get back to you, and if you listen to podcasts, of course, make sure you share it and lead me a five star review much need to turn on the plug of this charge I'll give me one second because it's not actually on. If you listen to what you? Had No interruption. If you're watching video, you will see me a peer embryo appear. Anyway. What's been happening. That's about an football's coming back to a good thing. I think even take into consideration. What happened this weekend with some of football? Hooligans in Britain Brin I while I'd having we need to come back sooner or later to keep those guys occupied. They don't need to be outside protesting and trying to fight kids who are like half age fit and don't smoke crack. You know that's not a good use of time. They need to be in Terrassa somewhere screaming expletives and Racial insults to people from the safety of standard to be doing up front and personal with Jerome whose eighteen in books on the weekend it's just not fair fighting so I think it's a good thing the. Full boy back in apart from that not much going on same old, same old, winding down, oh actually am piracy Japan weaken. That's some good news in your holiday music space. If you're familiar, familiar piracy should be piracy is is a pretty cool all encompassing. Music Studio ABC for spying musicians. As you know, love your. You're for the most part huffing. They've got a few places daughter in Berlin. 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"shushma" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"shushma" Discussed on Lovush

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"shushma" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

Museum Archipelago

13:28 min | 1 year ago

"shushma" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm Ian Elsner. Museum archipelago guides you through the rocky landscape of museums each episode. He's never longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started. There's a way to look at history that focuses on the events themselves. And then there's a way to look a history that focuses on the fallout in the Fourth Century. Bc. E So Lucas. Who's one of Alexander the great successors and Chandra Gupta who is the first Moyen Emperor in northern India met for the first time by the banks of the River Indus and there they had some kind of military encounter? What kind of military encounter? Well we don't really know what we do know is that following the encounter. Greek ambassador megacity was sent to the Indian Interior for the first time and he wrote an ethnographic cool the indicate and it described India for Greek Odeon based on personal observation. But also that you need this. Lots of strange storytelling as well. And this particular tax reform the foundation of Western knowledge of India for generations. And you can just imagine that. Soldiers and British soldiers in the nineteenth century took translations of this particular taxed with them to north west of India when they were exploring. So it's a very long life and it's particularly that that continues to resonate. This is Dr Shushma John. Sorry Tabor Foundation Curator of South Asia at the British Museum. I'm talk to central Michigan. Sorry on the Table Foundation Creator South Asia at the British Museum. And when I'm not at work I welcome my podcast which is very much a passion project and this is called the Wander House will get to the wonder house in a minute because it's an excellent podcast but I a doctorate at University College London. Jane sorry studied this ancient encounter of which only Greek descriptions survive. That moment of meeting in connection has been completely transformed it was transformed cleaner period by British and Indian scholars have precious scholars saying. Oh you know so. Give Woman's warned. He defeated this Indian general whereas the Indian scholars right the the complete opposite that take gender. Gupta defeated this incoming European and he became a great leader and ruler. So actually I think because of this uncertainty. I think it tells us a lot about the time we live in right now. And how may have been transformed in the past so that Doesn't it doesn't bother me in the sense that we will never have this Tonic truth because you know we're never going to get that what we can study is the fallout. How people interpret these historic events and how that reflects on the moment. They're living in now and of course what better way to see in the form of a building how people interpret historic events than a museum itself. This is why the whole idea of decolonizing museums and collections is so important. Because I think up. Till now we've all been complicit in telling partial stories under the guise of trying to be neutral and as we know that neutrality is quite problematic and it tells very very partial truth or partial version of a story. Museums are great way to see what historic events meant to the museum. Builders and I can think of no clearer example than the British Museum. We have reading credible exhibitions on. Say you know when you're thinking of ancient South Asia? They're often on Buddhism or Hinduism organism. So they have a very close religious fakers but will they don't tend to address very rarely that I've ever seen anyway is today's collections. Arrive here. What was the clinical interest in that material? How has it been interrupted? How's it been presented at also? Why why Nice particular ways? How how has that changed over the last century or so it? It's too easy to present a cycle neutral view the ancient Pau of ancient religions. But I I don't think that's particularly ethical. I think if you're going to be doing that you need to be telling that full story in episode thirty nine of this show. We examined Hand Sloan and the origins of the British Museum. Funded in large part by his marriage into the enslaving plan Takeuchi of Jamaica and aided by Britain's rising colonial power global reach. Sloan assembled an encyclopedic collection of specimens and objects from all around the world that became the basis for the world's first public museum the British Museum. A place where anyone could freely enter to see the glory of the British Empire the empire and fuses pretty much every aspect of life life in the UK. Whether we're all aware of it will not in a weather. It's the names of the streets. We walked down the the museums that were founded the collections. They hold the structures. We still all inhabit when you look around at the museum's mice museums I'd say UK. They hold the contents of empire objects collected around the world by client officials by soldiers by Salas people. Working Abroad Uber. Count disentangle the two. When you are telling a story you need to be honest. And tell the whole story or at least as much of it as you can possibly share. Because otherwise you're telling a very very partial one. That often overlooks the violence of an object's collection and the situation and circumstances it was created taken purchased and brought him to the UK to be held in a museum today. Sorry is the first curator of Indian descent of the South Asia collection at the British Museum. In the past Tracy Tell Dighton. Do you think about it very much. I think he's signing when I look at my couture practice and how I approach my role. The collections who. I want to work with and how I realized that actually there is a difference between what I do. And what's other people in a whole range of institutions? Bring Two zero and at first. I was really uncomfortable about that. I thought my goodness unit is it. Just because of who I am and what I am. What about you know? My academic side Olifants might use skills knowledge but actually. I think it's my ability to do my job. Is it somehow rich? I bring a slight different perspectives. We'll say in how I do it. The South Asia collection at the British Museum is so enormous that it can capture the sweep of history of South Asia from the Paleolithic period. To the present day. The gallery opened in two thousand seventeen before that it was last refurbished in nineteen ninety. Two it just happens to be the largest gathering the museum so hey no pressure looking say. Try Not to fail on your first go. It was it was really tricky. We started by thinking about who actually comes to the museum and seventy percent of our audience comes from outside the U. K. And if those people a huge proportion than not very well versed in the history cultures religions of South Asia. So how'd you present your collections in a way that shares this really incredible to the world with people who'd About it and so. We decided to have a chronic thematic kind of approach. We started with the Paleolithic. She's about one and a half million years ago and ended at the present day and the encyclopedic collections at the museum permits us to be able to do something like that. As part of that isolated wet on the ancient to medieval sections. Which is the collections? I cover along with the bulk of the anthropological collections. And also the textiles it. It's got a mammoth collection. The Dakota but as Powell fat I was very keen to introduce moments were slightly unexpected stories and people what presented so for example in the main oil. You walk down. One of the first sculptures you encounter is the modern line capital which takes about the first century day and it was actually excavated and request to the museum by South Asian Collector Pokharel Energy on. I put a portrait of him on that label as well as little bit attacks expanding it because I wanted people to be confronted by South Asians in South Asia Gallery. It's not enough to display their culture of their collections in their history. I think it has to be a shared enterprise and an in another section for example in the Janus in western India the Medieval section I included fate graphs of the Jane Temple from less. Which is where I'm from in the UK who wanted to show you know the sculptures on display. They are just as much positive. British culture as it was back then in the medieval period. It's not just a alien religion in Asian culture. It's our shed culture now. I think it's really important to connect the dots so you do. Share this broad sweep of history and culture but then you want to intersperse it with these other reading important moments linking in a WHO and what you might see around you as you get your everyday life in the UK linking it with with the pastas. Well I asked John. Sorry if she's noticed changes in who visits the gallery and how much time they spend there since the update very interesting. Hughes how they engaged with different displays how it can sort of tweak them to make more engaging annoy definitely notice that there are more South Asians in the gallery space the South Asia section. Anyway this is a really tricky one because I hope that a museum is for everybody. The reality is that as you say. A lot of people don't feel that the museum is for them and it's it's terrible because obviously the museum is for everybody but once again when you have very neutral displays and people aren't addressed people aren't consulted people you want working with members of the community. I think understand why they might feel somehow excluded from these spaces and we've all had moments have been chatting to people may assume that museum is not for them it somehow seen as a very different other ring space. A when you see the workforce inside the museum also predominantly white and. There are very few members of your black and minority ethnic stuff in the museum's once again. What sort of message are you trying to share with everybody else? You're saying hey come come to a museum but you can't work How how'd you change that? And I think it's not just one not tweets. I think it's a fundamental reimagining of what exactly a museum is exactly. This museum is full. I'm not sure that we have these answers. But what I think is really really important. Is that we start having these conversations. Are We start experimenting? And this is one of the reasons why John. Sorry started the wonder House podcast. The podcast which is completely independent of the British Museum is away again. Sorry to share the most innovative contemporary approaches to decolonization and so I got in touch with some people whose work I really respect and I asked them if they were willing to talk about their work what they learn what they what they thought didn't work quite so well and share their stories and experiments with decolonizing where they love about. The wonder house is being able to listen in on these conversations. That might not be happening in museums themselves but are happening at coffee houses and pubs nearby and the show explores the scale to you here. John Sorry who works at one of the largest institutions in the world in conversations with people who might be their museums only curators. I worry that the decolonizing museums incredible energy that it has right now. It's quite easy for that. To evaporate every single a movement has its moment and unless we embed this kind of knowledge and approaches it's it's going to evaporate and that that's one of the things that worries me. Most I not just the collections but also you know the the simple fact that many of us who work in museums you often one of the one or two Black Amano. She ethic people in an entire institution. That's not easy. Sorry studies the ancient world. But now she is at the forefront of modern museum interpretation printing not just the event but also how the event ripped through history remember the story about Salukis and Chandra Gupta from the beginning of the episode. The Indian interpretation of that moment has worn out. And actually if you read historical novels modern comics if you watch Indian films and in TV series. That's exactly the vision of John. Goto that we have now and you know what it's evolving over time you know days of being shaped and reshaped day by day at the moment and I think that's.

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"shushma" Discussed on Pr�sence

Pr�sence

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"shushma" Discussed on Pr�sence

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"shushma" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"shushma" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

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Listening to the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change

Climate Cast

06:15 min | 2 years ago

Listening to the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets. It gets in Jobs Bank of America N._A.. Member F._D._I._C. Another dispatch from the frontier of climate change. I'm N._P._R.. Chief meteorologist urologist Paul Kutner this is this week the Norwegian Polar Institute reports the largest reindeer die off in a decade researchers found two hundred dead reindeer on the isolated Svalbard chain of islands and they believe climate change played a role. I A wet winter created thick ice that plants the main food source for reindeer couldn't poke through then temperatures hit ninety six degrees last week that ties the all time hottest temperature on record for Norway Arctic ecosystems are some of the hardest hit by climate change and that's what Amy Martin sought to document in season two of her podcast. I threshold I think everything we do with the reindeer special and have meaning. I would like it Your lived experience. It's not necessarily coming top down from an academic or an intellectual perspective just from I know I know this place. I know how it used to be and I know that it's changing. I think those are powerful stories and they're certainly not only happening in rural or remote places but oftentimes in more rural areas people are more more deeply connected with the land and so in some ways I feel like they're kind of the canaries in the coal mine that can really <hes> witness and and share the message of what they're seeing with the rest rest of us and we need to listen to them your first two episodes this season take place in Shish Merav Alaska. Why did you choose to focus on this place? Well Shishkov is a really interesting <hes> place to think about climate change in the Arctic because a lot of different types of issues are coming together there. There's the most obvious issues issues which are that because of loss of sea ice. This island is getting eroded away at a very rapid pace when Arctic storms blow in it's eating away at their coastline. It's also struggling because of loss of permafrost. The frozen soil that holds the island together is dying and that's affecting them but then there's a third factor at work that a lot of people don't necessarily think about when you think about climate change which is they're living with the legacy of colonization in Shushma roof and that community would never have been located hated where it is if it hadn't been for the U._S.. Pundits literally washing away but you also touch on cultural erosion. Why is that significant in conversations about climate change well. I think that one of the things that right sometimes gets missed in the climate. Change conversation is that indigenous communities around the globe are some of the the first communities to be heavily impacted by climate change in many cases and they're often communities that have been disenfranchised or marginalized in terms of having a seat at the table to help inform policies and decisions is affecting their communities in their lands and can really see that at work had shish Marafe because you know like I just said this community wouldn't even be located in harm's way if it hadn't been for some social injustices from you know decades past but then they're also having a really hard time getting their needs heard in Washington and I think that there's a little bit out of a feeling of lasers move wherever they want they just moved to fairbanks it could move to Seattle but for this community that would mean massive cultural death. They're already kind of struggling to hang hang on to a new PEAC language in that community and if the whole community just gets dispersed in absorbed and assimilated into larger cultures. It's really the death of the culture of this place and that's a very big deal to people there. What does your reporting tell you about the way people process climate change information. That's a great question. <hes> <hes> you know one thing. That was really interesting. Since we had an international focus. This time is just to realize that in most parts of the world the signs of climate change isn't really. Early greeted with with the suspicion and controversy that it is here in the United States and so I don't exactly know what that tells us about how we process information but I I think it does tell us something about what happens. When there's a concerted effort to try to confuse the information that were given and if there's not that concerted effort <hes> you know it isn't political a lot of places you know whether you're right or left or in the middle in Sweden or Norway or Finland or Iceland Iceland? It's just an accepted fact like of course the science is real now. There's lots of controversy about what to do about it. You know those are where the fights are happening not about the basic six science itself. Why are you doing this kind of reporting now? I think that climate change is kind of the master narrative of our time I think in one hundred years we're going to look back and we're not going to necessarily remember the names of specific politicians let alone specific laws that are being argued over but I think that our progeny generations to come are we're GONNA look back and be like wow how could they have been talking about anything other than climate change. It's the massive shaping force of the time that we live in and it's so important and and it's also to me fascinating and in just there's a lot of really interesting human stories playing out within within climate change <hes> storytelling and I wanted to bring that forward and try to broaden the conversation A._B.. Martin producer with the threshold podcasts. Thanks so much for your perspective today. Thanks for having me on that's climate cast.

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"shushma" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"shushma" Discussed on Post Reports

"About. Michael shear is a national political reporter for the post. These are an ancient religious minority group and they face persecution for centuries from lots of their neighbors and became a real target for these state in twenty four teen the Northern Rock went from a little noticed ethnic group to the center of an international humanitarian crisis ISIS fighters launched a systematic attack to decimate easy to communities. They killed men and took women and children as sleeps the Islamic state incorrectly argued that they worship the devil and that they were not Muslim. I'm only rollin covers foreign affairs. She focuses on Canada around two thousand seventeen the Katie government decided they wanted to do something to help easy refugees. And so they created a special program for victims of these state, particularly women and children who had survived captivity. The Canadian government. To take more than one thousand years ED women and their families who were survivors of this crisis and resettled of in Canada. I'm only went to Canada to interview several of those refugees, including one woman named milky. So we're just driving up to a house in Richmond hill, pretty cold out. Maybe a foot of snow on the ground and we're going to visit one of the families whose been resettled in Canada. My colleague Amanda Coletta. Who's a Tronto based freelancer we're interested in looking at what happened to the refugees that Canada accepted pays starting? A new interview. A lot of women in this community were terrified to talk. They didn't wanna talk about what happened to them. And they wanted to move on. Malka seemed to have decided that the best way to move forward was to have her say and to tell her story a warning milky and her translators speak openly about experiences of sexual violence in two thousand fourteen she was living with her husband's family in a village in northern Iraq. When the Islamic state came she was nine months pregnant and gave birth shortly after the Islamic state moved on the town after the men were killed women like milk Lia war put onto buses and trucks and shipped across what was then the Islamic state caliphate their territory and over the next two and a half years. She was moved from city to city town to town and bought and sold several times by different fighters. She was catcher for two years and six. Be just acting building sold twenty times around two thousand and sixteen two thousand seventeen she managed to escape to a refugee camp in northern Iraq with the help of smugglers from there. She got her name on a list to come to Canada. And she landed in Canada in the summer of two thousand seventeen and we should say, we're not using her last name, correct. That's right. She's happy to have her first name used for the story, and for all of this reporting chose to use a dentist, the adult survivors of this crisis by their first names dont, their their family name is mostly because a lot of them have children some of whom were also enslaved. So what is her lifelock where she living, and who was helping her through this? So these who came to Canada as part of this group were settled in cities across the country Calgary and many in Toronto, which is where milky ended up her days are quite different than. Than anything. She's used to before the Islamic state came. She was living in a basically a farming community. She never had the chance to go to school. And now she's in a big a big city, she's focusing on learning English at government-sponsored English class for refugees and learning basic literacy trying to get our head around her new life, and who has been helping her through this process. So there's non-governmental organizations called settlement agencies that are tasked with sort of helping newcomers to Canada, those groups provided things like getting a health card, so they can get healthcare help finding house getting furniture, but she and many others in this community have argued that that help did not go far enough. The governor candidate besides the they brought us here, and we were in hotel for a little bit and then declined for about about us. And now we're on our own, and that there was a lot of sort of the needs that were not met by the Canadian government. Like what I think the biggest one is access to psychiatric care and specialized healthcare in their language. So the Canadian government has pretty good services for refugees. They're used to working with some of the most traumatize people in the world. But everyone we spoke to who's been involved in this said that the needs that they arrived with the needs. It women like milky arrive with were unlike anything they'd ever seen. And so I mean, first of all is just the the scope of the trauma. So many of them had not had had witnessed or had known that multiple members of their extended family had been killed, and then they'd spent years in some cases in sexual enslavement, they'd witnessed the sexual slavery of others, including family. Members and women from their villages, even by the standards of you know, vulnerable newcomers coming to Canada their symptoms were really extreme. She headings. Whoa, monday. This was the hardest thing for you to go through. St. Janney mcgee's Lama question, millionaire hookah Academica we collect Proustian one burnish forum Hamal does the regime couldn't. No nuclear dish. No Malcolm honor pitted. So my husband was killed in saw how many others like him work held. And then afterwards, I was bought and sold and raped and Philip nothing less that they didn't do everything to us. Is she safe there now? So one of the things that she's really struggled with is how to feel safe in this new place for her the conflict is still very much ongoing. She's on social media looking for updates about Harare's. She's reliving what happened through videos that still circulate from her time in captivity up event. Sada cool Shushma Hon is kinda so when it came to thought I finally free from that fear that I had when I was in Arkansas. I thought that now I finally feel safe and I felt like that for about a year and seven months this year. She actually started getting menacing phone calls from men claiming to be part of the Islamic state phone calls just like out of the blue on her cell phone. That's right. She was on her way home from language class this winter in January, she got a call from a number. She didn't recognize although it looked to be a Canadian number. And you know, she answered this guy said, you know, I know who you are and just do eight. And so it was really threatening. Gosh, she was terrified. She never felt totally saved because of what she's been through. But she thought she was physically safe in Canada, and she hung up. And when she went public about the calls. She learned that other women in the community had been getting similar messages. Text messages of video calls in diversity issues within the Shilpa. Besides cla salty that was through dean. The store did enough sick from men claiming to be Islamic state fighters calling to harass them, and I can imagine coming to Canada. Even if you don't know that many people or it's really unfamiliar in challenging a lot of ways. At least you feel. Okay here. I'm safe. My kid will be safe. But you start getting these phone calls, and that completely undercuts that feeling of safety. Exactly, I think the way people describe it to me the way she described it was sort of it took this physical distance and the time that had passed between their time in captivity and just erased it so suddenly they were back in those rooms in Syria. Suddenly they are back in captivity. Suddenly it was two thousand and fifteen again and for people that have survived so much. That's really terrifying. You mentioned the monkey didn't have a lot of formal education before she got to Canada. And now a big part of trying to get her acclimatize to living. There is getting her classes language classes stuff like that. What is that like for her? I think for a lot of people in her position. It's a big challenge. But for for milky in particular, she's really loved it. She speaks a Kurdish dialect. She also speaks some Arabic that she mostly learned through her captors for a lot of people like her who survived the Islamic state, speaking Arabic conjures, a lot of the horrible stuff that they went through. It reminds them being captivity reminds of them at our time with these limits state, and so they're quite hesitant to seek social services in Canada through an Arabic speaking, doctor or an Arabic speaking counselor and one of the big challenges for this community, and for milk in particular has been accessing services in her native language as opposed to Arabic the biggest complaint about how the Canadian government has handled. This has been that they weren't prepared. What solutions are being offered to help people like Makia? So a lot of the solutions focus on primary needs getting people speaking English working on basic literacy, preparing women to enter the job market for the first time in their lives. In some cases. There's a sense that those needs can be met and will be met in time. And the bigger question is about how do you rebuild someone's sense of community? How do you give a community that's been decimated by what the United Nations calls? The genocide a sense of continuity, a sense that they're they're people are surviving and their family will injure, and that's a much tougher question would a lot of these refugees in Canada. Want to do is bring the sort of scattered remnants of their family back over to Canada with them Matvey adultery. She's yada cheating. So we don't wanna be alone. We want people like my son who four years old who knows that his that was killed to be rescued from the Trump. The. Struggle. They're still in right now living refuge cans. But the law is quite limiting lets you bring a spouse or an immediate child. It doesn't let you bring over an auntie brother-in-law a cousin. And so these, you know, these people that were targeted family ties that were targeted specifically by these limits state can't really be renewed. We know that the caliphate has lost its geographical hold in Iraq and Syria for people like Makiya. What is that mean for them? Are they taking comfort in the fact that these omic state has mostly fallen? I think they were watching very closely. I mean, they've been watching on their phones on social media for months waiting waiting for this moment. And now the moment is arrived. And there's not a lot of clarity. What how Moustapha you come the fire is she said. Fire is ten year old getting raped. It's continuing and nothing changing and the fire is still very well alive in Iraq. And in those camps. There are an untold number of disease who were believed to be in captivity and living among as Lennox date fighters who are not yet accounted for. It's not clear who has been freed who is no longer with us. I mean has lost its territory, but their ideology and the impact on the people that they targeted is still very much alive. What these women are living with what their children are living with won't end just because the territory falls as long as this group is influential and as long as women are continuing to recover from this trauma. The Islamic state is continuing to shape their lives. Emily.

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"shushma" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"shushma" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"There. I like penguins me to know. Fuck that if I'm reading thirteen I'm rooting for the Blackhawks. I'll accept Blackhawks luckier bears fan. That's why I would root for them over any other team. So many people go I hate Pittsburgh. Fuck the steelers the pirates and they're like Oh. I like the penguin same color scheme fuck that no no. I will fight that all day for the most part. The penguins gold is a different yellow actual goal. No it used to be goal. I mean there was a point where they almost had like saints colors but they wear those same dumb Pittsburgh colors that users users are like that ain't yellow. That's gold motherfucker. That's yellow. I used to handle. I used to debate that with so many people and I'm like I'm imprinting. That's a fucking yellow bright yellow. I mean there's a little bit of red in there but it's fucking yellow. Khalifa songs not called black and gold black exactly it is not called black and gold is black and yellow and I've had a number of people try to that that is Pittsburgh goal and I was like Oh so it's fool's gold but I always get the same thing with the packers fans go green and gold. I'm like no yellow yeah this delusional people out there that don't know their colors. Nobody learned them their colors. When they're young? They're both they were from Pittsburgh. You figure Mister Rogers when a taught him something right would think which which going full circle is the only thing I really like in Pittsburgh everything everything else fat what real deal though and I love Cleveland and I've been torn my entire life with my love of hockey and the Pittsburgh Penguins my love of everything else Ohio Pittsburgh is a Rad fucking city and most of the people who live in Pittsburgh are fucking normal. It's all the fuck in country flux surrounding rounding Pittsburgh all that rural fucking Pittsburgh area those are the people with the terrible accents that all the stereotypes are about those are the fuck in majority of your steeler fans that are like fucking Weirdo users like the to go to a football game in Pittsburgh and then to go to a hockey game in Pittsburgh. It's like you're in two different cities like the fan bases are almost completely separate people that could even be the same or said for wrestling too in Pittsburgh in different areas as far as fan base. Go mainly wrestling U._p._A.'s Weird. I've I've never really had a lot of fun appear wrestling show. I've only ever been to to N._P._A.. The and one was the house of hardcore show in valley one of ours too. Yeah we talk about this tweet. Go to the same show or no. I don't know which the one where Dempsey rustled is like he wrestled yes October shower or something. No I went April. I went to the very first that collect your con- that they have the the main guy behind the main wrestler for the meet and greet stuff with Shawn Michaels and that's the only the reason why fucking went because I knew that's one of my favorites and I really wanted to meet him and I did. I thought I would never get the opportunity I I haven't yet so that was the only sham shot that it was it was only hundred bucks which super expensive expensive well. I look at that as that's on the cheap end fifty to fifty dollars for an autograph fifty dollars for Pitcher and I've heard like hundred bucks for each other Yahoos GonNa say you got off. Easy debts one really happy that it all worked out but then the other one I had to be seen earlier this year other than that. Nobody shows no nope three. I forgot about revenge that we all just went to tell you that's with P._A.. It's still P._A.. I mean when we have that crowd those dudes in front of us. That's been talked about <hes> the the the one that we into a easy three in Tony's and all those guys rounded thought maybe that's outlines no <hes> tournament for people that were on that show pepper parks and Cherry bomb. We're on it or were when we were <hes> coca. I forgot the poster of it right by me. Meal was their raw van Damme Rhino Brian Myers. I think cash ono is on the earn Chris Chris Hero I think he was there yeah. He was there any Kingston obviously dreamer <hes> of what's Lena Vega or whatever her fucking name was back then. I can't even think of St at Trinidad Add yes Sammy was there bark on was there as every Brian Cage was there. That's pretty much everybody on the poster. David Weisman's charge was there billy gunn up by Billy Gunn facts that was April thirteenth at easy w arena that's our anniversary sure is the more you know sorry that sticks out my head girl guys Kwan He. I've been to a couple of shows that I went to those rise. tapings decayed more to <hes> that was cool when you like craft with the black craft yeah <hes> <unk> R._O._A.. Chosen stuff down there. I don't know I just the Pittsburgh crowds. Men are not annexed tease had they're just not the crowds down. There aren't very late. It's kind of a dead crowd. Columbus is the same way Columbus fuck awful yeah. Let's bad never been to Columbus. I've only been Dayton in fairness of only been to the W._W._e.. Shit and Columbus so again be shows down. There could be cool but the the general crowd the wrestling crowd down there seemed to bed. I'm not sure if I've ever went into adobe show outside of Northeast Ohio just Cleveland and Ken when they would do the annex t runs Pittsburgh Cleveland Columbus nuts. That's one way but now now that we went to that awful show in Johnstown. Oh Yeah N._P._A.. Blue so we have another one that we have the absolute title match hot sauce Tracy Williams versus the hometown boy Shushma bishop like I said for the absolute title you talk about a local guy becoming champion. This is another opportunity where her bishop could do it good would that be for vision to win the title in Akron deavere Bishop to win the title. That's kind of not expected right like yeah. I dig it. I would like to see it happen. I hope it does happen. Josh Bishop Champion fucking Book It. I want to see it. Where would you rate Joshua Bishop of like all of the W students would he be in your top? Five top ten top was aware GONNA cut off the line of students. I would say anybody who's been an air. W student the the first who don't even wrestle anymore so they're out the window <hes> but you know like your doctor Dan Dominic Arini any include dominant. He's he's he wasn't here W.. Student Bishop would probably be a my top five to be honest yeah he would even be at my top five. Dom would be my top five. Dan Hand would-be in my top five <hes> not solid three right there it is I think there are so that's like that's the problem is a lot of the guys that came out of the w school are really fucking good what my favorites actually is that active where the best although announced what these cup of back. It's hard to the top five but a lot because why wouldn't you. I like Towanda Lot too but I don't know the top five to one fucking getting out there in. I absolutely love it. This guy is great next week. He has a match against Brent Aisin since I heard that was my God. That's going to be a fucking awesome match Wednesdays. When Stacy said that that was the match coming up like Justin is GonNa Shit because I know how much you WanNa see Brittany I w and everything so like him rustling lawn that's like crazier and then Thuan I forget the match that he had a that same promotion? Not Someone I know but I know he's getting out there more defined one place booking him. Maybe starting to be constant. That's two shows that's awesome like Thuan is fucking getting out there so yeah. I don't know how people would like Thuan like like with he goes to new markets. I feel like people would have to instantly like him like watched one. Watch somebody wrestle and you'll like him. Have you taught unlike on a slightly related topic. Have you guys seen a fait Jackson's new shirt I have not it is in the style of the late. Nineties rap covers like juvenile finial. I did see that and I didn't realize that was a real shirt. See it. What is it if you go to my personal twitter? I think I quote said dicked. One needs this shirt. I I sort of looks like a no limit cover her no limit or cash money like those yeah that that late nineties era of rap covers I I was like twenty I think you need. The shirt it between his love for for fake Jackson and I'm not stereotyping him loving that music I mean he loves. He seems a lot of every fucking Meta music out there so I think he would love it till the club. I hope she selling it. I might buy him one. I'm by myself one but in my twenties I just saw it and I need that shirt in my life. I weigh GonNa Amazing so the whole point was being like Josh Bishop has at least in my top five he might be in a battle for my top two between him and dom and just the where it is for me to yeah for the past like two years like the the careers that they've had been granted. Dom has has been a little bit more establish but they're both getting out there. Just as much and Josh has progressed so much over the last year it's literally only at night and day difference from when he first debuted a now and only talking a little over a year and a half in in is going to get more and more <hes> better. I know English but still what do you remember that Tweeden posted Hurley your trusted grammar. It wasn't written it was spoken. It's fine. I'll dots. I had a brain fog. 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"shushma" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"shushma" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Explain what not isn't a second and which is accused of biting off the finger of this fifty seven year old man, the knuckle. Oh, okay. Really take it off the research this the police reported like Yam soy, we couldn't. The thing is gone now. We couldn't reattach it. I mean, I think they had it, but they couldn't reattach it. So now this fifty seven Roman is without a finger from the the nine one one dispatcher be advised. Apparently the two foursomes that got into an altercation and there's been a thing that it's been bitten off. Wow, the victims laying down on the rent and the main entrance road in between three Gulf. God's mayhem is defined as malicious intent to maim disfigure another person punishable by at the twenty years. So how good I hope that was a good round because that's going to be the last one you get question. I mean, obviously I've been in a lot of fights in my life. You look at me, but presume I hadn't been in a lot of fights. When the dude bites the thumb off at the joint? Like is it then winter? Yeah. Like like they're still Alice. A, it's kind of like, whoa, how best went up a level and by the way. So at some point, there's a dudes playing on the ground actually would scrapped on the ground as you think about at some point, his are clenched closed and inside his mouth is what remains of the spit space. House said was taken just Chuck it. It's now fish food, make him eat the thumb star. What he said was, do you like apples. Did you like those? I don't think that now is that is how with Gulf Brent's Snuka is you win the Wyndham championship showed a first round fifty nine winning by three strokes over Webb. Simpson to take just over one million dollars a couple of points to be made in this because I watched a lot of that DA points who I've played within my life where I like very much. The one time I met him was wearing a shirt that was so weird looking. It looked like he had measles, just an odd shirt either that or we looked like the skittles kid skills very odd design on the shirt. The guy who could have won this torn amount is a guy named CT pan. CT pan played great. He gets to the eighteenth box and goes, oh, be on the right. I mean, you just it's the worst Chauque imaginable. This is like at Rehoboth beach, the eighteenth hole has oughta bounds all the way down the right, which Gary, as mountain. Manage to find three or four times in my favorite spot? Yeah. I mean years when there is. When there's oh, be right. You can't go right. You're you're tied for the Lee or a professional goal for the lead. You have to go left. You have. It was terrible and snicker who deserve to win one and was very lucky for Wyndham which is the sponsor. Snicker is a Windham guy. Okay. So that worked out for the wire-to-wire Shushma fifty nine fifty nine. Yeah. Wreck on the first reckoning around fifty eight fifty eight and what you what you sixty a couple of times. No, I always go right through fifty. Nine shot. I go right to fifty. Nine hundred eleven or last round act shop. Fifty one. Eighteen mini golf many. Well, God, Mike kids meet me by four strokes where was Bronson goon goon. Burgum he was daycare. Thank you. IndyCar Dr. Robert wiccans is in the hospital after being treated for injuries to his lower extremities right on in spine. After his car went airborne after an accident. He had with Ryan hunter Ray at Pocono raceway. He also suffered with something. We've been called a pulmonary contusion. I can only think that's a Bruce to your hot. Is that sound down line? It was a I. I've seen the video of this the way it subscribed. It just sounds horrifying. So there you go hurt, Bruce? Yes. And you never wanna hear damage, so lower extremity general? Yeah. And the call apparently was completely disintegrated except for the poet in which the driver we have. Well, that's well, good news. Well, that's that is how they build. Are we good? They don't DJ Durkan..

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"shushma" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"shushma" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Aromas. WGN which is your voice From postal ASEAN cheap is does set of authored Iona do, doubled up to Holland in and yet June daddy Taylor PD, first of all thank you for for coming here for. Visiting, us, here As you. See this is, the only Willisch she's very close to that contact line Always This is the contact line which has a two hundred. Metres was. Armenian ach binds forces as you saw, here there is no free lunch. Here so people, here they are Is. The. Agriculture so they are producing their own products. So the they're doing the mainly cultural Virk daily and. I'd like my foreign. Minister translator to introduce himself, to my audience please please introduce yourself a my name, is Toronto bollocks Schiff and, now general general I visited the frontlines the observation point point overlooking the Armenian. Observation point and what I saw was a frontline that is indistinct? But I certainly saw concern grave concern from the artillery spotters that there could be? Trouble at any moment what is the chief mission that you. Have here. With this force what is your mission, and what will you regard as. A success for your mission Should've Eliza publ Dan Hampton and Thomas Shushma ticket Dishman tests tested letting under Schmidt tesla Modish manning STAN Our, main mission here Easter protects all the villages that Tanya the contact line to protect all the people that are leaving near. The contact line, all the villagers the main mission is. To. Protect them yes and also the rooster is going to get in. On this act so we have to acknowledge that the rooster is part of the ambiance you, you promised me we'd be on the front lines and the rooster on the. Flights to, Torah Mr Mayor. Your concern here is that any moment there could, be trouble again there was trouble very bad trouble right here where we are right now in April of two thousand sixteen are your people prepared with bomb shelters and with drills for trouble, at any moment few mustache thoughts on another to, Tamil That's Peter grumbled fulfilled So, as you mentioned the they happen to have a war in two. Thousand six in April so what? Happened after the war the president of the Republic came here. Was the first lady. He ordered that old Destroyed houses be rebuilt again so they were two hundred fifty. Six houses throat so the prison? Or the all of them to be restored and they they. All rebuilt it again And there were. Two schools destroyed so the the the mayor office here they started the, game so they'd rebuild it To your question the previous question, that what was our main. Concern regarding this settlement this district is that the the the the civilians are being are are being, attacked every day so they are being, attacked during the daily life. When they are. In, them farms when they win they trying to to grow a. Plant they're being they're being attacked they beat shelter there there are menial forces are shelling them the, civilian villages population so what was, our main concern is that, here the civilian population are being are being attacked general your men that I met today and they were very cordial but are clearly in a. Difficult position because they're very vulnerable to artillery fire and you have forward positions. That are dug, in at this point do you believe that, the Armenians would advance Chance past that line or is that a frozen conflict. That I saw these federally and then try.

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"shushma" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"shushma" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Eyes dez nitrates that improve blood flow to the brain and to your muscles and as foley there's alphatocopherol the natural form as is a good i share fully guy should that already how do i know that 'cause my brain work so this is rush university in chicago great research institution the team according to the team to rate of cognitive decline is linearly this is important i'm want explain what it means i'll translate few lenovo linearly associated with higher food intake shall fully follow queen on and loyalty that means the more you have the less cognitive decline you have unless you have the quickie you're going to lose your memory the more certain you're going to lose your memory all of these things are in a cabbage vegetables there will show by the way you get a lot of looting the natural bucci used and brain studies on ice studies and iraq hello which is on special today you will show shorter dr martha claire morrish she had a team of researchers at rush they looked at a thousand people from the memory and aging project a thousand people from the memory an aging project day ranged in age from fifty eight to ninety nine they had cognitive will shushma bench and frequently filled in food questionnaires over a fiveyear period the rate of brain decline among those who had one to two servings per day of the green leafy vegetables was the equivalent of being a loving years younger and the brain compared with those who rarely or never consume green leafy vegetables okay the people who had green leafy vegetables wanted to two times a day the brain was on average eleven years younger than people who didn't have it frequently who is a lot of evidence that the green leafy vegetables enhance your life his another one and don't forget we talk about a mediterranean diet all the time or the mind diet these are the kind of ingredients and all these diet in a mind diet in the uh in the uh uh mediterranean diet bijur are exactly the kind of ingredients you want eighty more vegetables may lower your.

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"shushma" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"shushma" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I didn't i didn't think but oh for two no i didn't know it was national they can use and it would not order bacon on my pizza i'd want to know what did you get it and i don't even know do we get some sausage on the pizza on the air on the year if there i got a large pizza rights where with half cheese and half sausage because i knew that's what you like pervert perfect perfect perfect you've never heads the economic clear out your do we have to do all these silly things that are pizzas roger no british cart i think i like baked meat lovers pizza oh god those things are crazy libs are already bacon canadian baker a exactly dole i hit canadian bacon really odd alike highnet will i don't like check out on plan up or chicken ah i like the the meek committed me on a pizza sorry uh just because i can't have it anymore well you'll get it here in a little bit on and get ihs teeth the cheese okay we're gonna take a quick break we keep promising resolutions we don't make any and we're making a lot of things were doing a lot of things that we should resolve not to do clearly there however we haven't done them officially newscasts first let's get upstairs let's get an i'm building and building to that it's time now for the news headlines here's your attribute shushma whether services creations of up to half foot are possible places wrong chicago area followed by bitter cold weather through next week i doubt says many key highways were covered by snow and ice northern and central illinois some four thousand people taking part in the progovernment rally in tehran amid a series of economic protest in iran the rally came after two days of unauthorized of restrictions crosscountry officials say some fifty have been arrested so far gone around her name does state economist as the head of his office management budget budget rather hans zigmund will take over the job january 15th these replacing scott harry who's taking positional at the illinois state board of education we'll check sports traffic and weather next on wgn the open about two years ago we were where small just a few of.

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"shushma" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"shushma" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I give credit that you actually have the the wherever the right word is the stomach actually why wait a few hours iowa and possibly deal with no no i do i after the game i can allied okay i waited 'til the night i went on i give you credit and one of the questions ill ever asked the great question they said time how involved you get in the play cole refrain involved get and todd said well you know i led a make the calls and if i have to step in i step at all time stack paying these whether you're not one of the damn football guard wine because i would think joe defense minded concerned he actually say oh god get involved taught oh my god oh my god it's so bear don't answer when you're asked specifically because you're the head coach the buck stops with you when you're are specifically why did you run three times in a row go chance to answer it by twenty of vocal assuming that all of us about your brain of serotonin have opinion what that's what they think about all of us and we're all dole yours it's you know we don't know we're talking about give me break that was disgusting and like you said a wellcoached team makes the penalties at this team makes every damn week a well coast team blows fourth quarter leads every damn a week and how about this too let's get on a quarterback you are a little bit okay for all those fantasy guys it out of yesterday or so happy that he put up these wonderful numbers he put up yesterday all this guy story a 38yearold veteran and he made a mistake yesterday that mock sanchez would make from boy that fumble what are you doing europe up two points just hold the damn ball and take the sat you know what eu trying to do i'm good is he trying to tow brawl i'm glad you brought a marked changes 'cause last week i had to hear about how was the anniversary not about follow the button let me tell you something right now but this stupid but fumble okay please the jets would never going to win that game ever okay it funny or than what it really was and i would tell you confidently that shushma towns boneheaded decision yesterday was far worse of course of was then.

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"shushma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"shushma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Fleeing on the night i won the other night i fleet from a carovan i took five more guest with me one of them was just 10year soft we were in in the road for about one week and we put ourselves in a house on this that family keep this for money on a smugglers came take us to to hijack from that us see you had to pay that family to shelter u m hardware face two to yes myongchol two who smug left to the farmland they peyton after that i went to the what occurred to live in covent oh shushma has asian as a bag new unbacked sixmonth lift with my brother after a sixman my mother and my youngest brother office kicked also and you all live now where unknown yet well living can german now how is life now any don't you londoner almanac annan monyane phantom at cuba malloy same grabbed griff wants to germany because they have at us too much without would and be able to live in iraq for example in my family and that of this one on we've clinton like there there is no one in my family to work on leaving new york now in germany of our life is normal and my brothers are going to school for me the life is so difficult i and i will never see unhappy day until i see the last gill a survived from isis me to collapse with needle macguffin this is global news the most important stories and the best interviews an onthespot reporting from the bbc world service coming up works hidden away by the son of a nazi arts dealer go on display in switzerland and germany jewish artists and jewish st louis head to sell their uh works what we're trying to do with the exhibition this was show the works but we also try and tell the story about the people behind those works and.

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