31 Burst results for "Society Society"

Weather delays delivery of vaccines to Marshfield mass vaccination site SE of Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Weather delays delivery of vaccines to Marshfield mass vaccination site SE of Boston

"Vaccination site site at the at town's the town's fairgrounds fairgrounds back back up and up running and running yesterday yesterday after after shipment shipment delays delays and and some some bad bad weather. weather. WBC's WBC's Mike Mike Macklin Macklin spoke spoke with town with officials town officials about about their their effort. effort. They're They're back back in business in business and March and March field field after after a vaccine a vaccine supply supply shortage. shortage. First First the vaccination the vaccination clinic clinic at the town's at the town's fairgrounds fairgrounds to shut to shut down. down. Town Town administrator administrator Mike Mike Moresco Moresco says says a shipment a shipment of the vaccine of the vaccine arrived arrived on on Friday Friday in in 2020, 2020, half half minutes. minutes. We filled We filled 1170 1170 slots slots divided divided between between society society and Monday and Monday after after that, that, the town the town hopes hopes to get to get another another vaccine vaccine shipment shipment Tuesday Tuesday or or Wednesday. Wednesday. Otherwise, Otherwise, it it could could be looking be looking at another at another frustrating frustrating shutdown shutdown of the of vaccine the vaccine clinic clinic like like

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Philadelphia Flower Show to be held outdoors for first time

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia Flower Show to be held outdoors for first time

"Years, the Philadelphia Flower show could be moved outdoors. Some prior years, people had to fight March Snow storms to see it indoors. Well now, KY Jelly is John McDavid reports it could switch to a warmer calendar month as well. Although the Pennsylvania Horticultural Horticultural Society, Society, the the organization organization that that produces produces the the Philadelphia Philadelphia Flower Flower show show has has yet yet to to make make the the announcement announcement public. public. It It notified notified PHS PHS members members on on Monday Monday that that it it will will be be moving moving the the 2021 2021 flower flower show show from inside the convention center Toe FDR Park in South Philadelphia because of the Corona virus, possibly in June or at another time. Mayor Jim Kenney tells care Whatever you news radio, he thinks it's a good idea from what he knows about the show's propose switch to the outdoors. I know about the plan to move it. There were supportive of it. I don't have all the details yet as to where everything will be situated. But it's a lovely place to have it and we will hope for good weather. The PHS tells us details concerning next year's show will be unveiled at a press conference later this week. John McDevitt cable W news radio. The army has

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Governor nixes parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Governor nixes parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten

"Of Charles Manson has her parole denied again. In July, a California panel recommended that Leslie van how to be paroled after serving nearly five decades in prison, saying she was suitable for release. And for the fourth time a California governor has denied parole. Governor Gavin Newsom said in his decision. That evidence evidence shows shows that that she she currently currently poses poses an an unreasonable unreasonable danger danger to to society society if if released released from from prison. prison. This This is is Newsome Newsome second second block. block. His His predecessor, predecessor, Jerry Jerry Brown, Brown, also also blocked blocked it twice in August. 1969 Manhattan 19 at the time help Manson and others kill Lino and Rosemary LaBianca in Los Angeles. She's serving a life sentence. Todd and

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How Boston is handling COVID-19 as it gets colder

WBZ Programming

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

How Boston is handling COVID-19 as it gets colder

"Disease disease specialist, specialist, Dr Dr David David Haber Haber says says people, people, especially especially young young people people are letting are letting their guard their guard down. down. Societies Societies opened opened up a little up a bit little more bit more people are people starting are starting to be forced to be forced to eat to indoors eat indoors and then I and think then I people think may people have just may have grown just a grown little bit a little tired bit tired of of following. following. You know You all know all the the measures measures that that have been have in place been in place since since March. March. Neighbor says Neighbor says with some with some of the nation's of the nation's best best hospitals hospitals here, here, we should we should be seeing be seeing fewer fewer deaths. deaths. But But the success the success of the of fight the fight against against the virus the virus still still depends depends largely largely on the on will the will of everyone of everyone to do to their do part. their part. In Boston. In Boston. Mike Macklin Mike Macklin W. W. Visi Visi Boston's Boston's news Radio. news Radio. Five Five people people have died have died out out

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"society society" Discussed on Liv Luv Lux, Life Unlimited Podcast

Liv Luv Lux, Life Unlimited Podcast

07:56 min | 5 months ago

"society society" Discussed on Liv Luv Lux, Life Unlimited Podcast

"Can bring in. I guess the right way would be to bring those things into your 3D reality. Your subconscious is your God Particle is true. Cuz you're a God you are part of your reality the god of your world you whatever you're thinking of you're manifesting good or bad and that's what a lot of people don't realize. You know, they think that the Law of Attraction and manifestation is a system where they can kind of just go it's like going to the gym, you know, I'm going to do this three times a week and then I'm going to have the life of my dreams. It doesn't work that way how it works is you incorporate. Well, you don't you manifest regardless every day all day. You have been doing it your whole life. It's not something that you actually have to learn is something that you have to become consciously aware of so, it's not many times. We learn things like phrases like opposite off. That and like attract likes but we don't have a context for what those statements actually mean and how they apply to our 3D reality or don't apply depending on what you believe in because here's the other thing you could create a reality where Opposites Attract if that's what you so if want to track somebody you would call your opposite wage or the person that you are in love with your specific person or the person's you want to attract is somebody that you would consider your opposite. You could say those rules don't necessarily apply to me off to an extent because we do have laws that govern creation but a lot of things that we think are laws are rules of our reality are actually off and post rules so like for example I'm trying to think of one that I had to get rid of. Oh, for example, this is this probably one of the hardware not hardest this is probably the most common things that people believe wage. For example, in order to be successful. You have to work hard common misconception common misconception, and I know whoever is still like believing that off like what are you talking about? That is the that's the truth. That's the book. It's the truth right now. So that is a self-imposed limitation that you put on yourself off to be successful. You don't necessarily have to work hard it helps if that's all you have to go on but there are tons of people who are not coming up either living their passions. So whatever they're doing is eat is easy and enjoyable for them. They're either doing that or they are coming up with different game. Ways to lighten the work light up lighten the mental work with the use of computers lighting the physical work with the use of you know, Robotics and Technology package. And then there are some people that just know how to work a system. I can tell you how many people I've known throughout my life that their gift is finding a loophole that is there gift and they are successful with it. I mean we have our I mean if we really really think about it our whole society Society admires people who can format a workaround, right? I mean that's Innovation coming up with a workaround. Okay. We don't want to work twelve hours in a factory. Let's come up with a walk around so that we only have to work six hours or we don't have to work want to as hard on something. So let's come up with a workaround, you know humans are the masters of workaround. So if you still believe that you have to work hard in order to be successful. Well guess who that hurts the most that would be you because everything in your life is just going to have be under the under that rule of working hard. And if you don't work hard at something you can't be successful. That's your belief and that's what's going to manifest 4u reality. Your goal is going to manifest what you believe, you know, even though you might have dreams and fantasies of winning the lottery or you know, a windfall from a wage, you know, the fortune from you know, a deceased relative or whatever finding a sack of money on the side of road. You might have fantasies about having that type of reality but your own belief system won't allow any of that to come into being because you don't believe in it so foundationally, even when we're talking about relationships and we're talking about like the track, Like and we're talking about Opposites Attract, you know, if you believe the Opposites Attract that's what's going to manifest in reality if you don't believe it that's what's going to manifest in your reality. But you are the one who creates it. Sometimes we don't recognize or understand where exactly are beliefs come from, you know, we come into em talk from our community and our family about how to live and how to operate in this world and a lot of times, you know, we spend a good part of our adult life unraveling the mystery of our limiting beliefs. I think the Joy or the optimism of manifestation is that he can't really mess it up because it's something that's always been operating in your reality. You just didn't realize how was operating and the funniest thing is when you see people who are able to manifest wage You know in ways that they that they like actually create their realities and they have no knowledge of the Law of Attraction and manifestation and it's so you know, it's amazing to me that at work because then you know that it's it's natural principle. It's something that we're naturally guided to do a lot of times you get in our own way and it's off as far me person my personal work on myself. That's where I'm I am learning a lot of you know better ways to not get in my own way manifesting choice. So simple, I mean so simple to get in your own way. So let's go to the relationship aspect of this because I really think this is important because a lot of people who are miserable and You know, there's a lot of people who want love, you know, who wants doesn't want laugh. It doesn't want a companion who doesn't want a relationship. He doesn't want that special person. But here's the thing. Okay, we're always looking outside of ourselves for to be filled, you know, think about why you want to be in a relationship, you know, maybe it's physical right? You said you're feeling a certain way and you want to fill that Gap fill that void, right that's were all humans here most of us and we have needs and desires. So maybe that's part of it off but even still You know one might question and say even though that's a natural physical. It's like eating to some people but to some people it's not it's a it's a mental construct that you create for yourself that you may need to have this physical intimacy where you need to have things like that. You can undo that you can lessen the importance of it, but let's not do that cuz that's not where we're going with this what I'm trying to say you know, whatever reason that you have for wanting to be with someone or wanting to have a relationship or wanting to date or to have sex whatever it is for whatever reason that.

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The Covid-19 changes that could last long-term

Weekend Edition Sunday

04:04 min | 7 months ago

The Covid-19 changes that could last long-term

"In 19 is probably never going to go away with or without a vaccine. But that doesn't mean the future will be quite as terrifying as the present is. We are joined now by Dr Veneto. Naturally, he is a Corona, virus researcher at the University of Texas Medical Branch. And he explains How we will adapt to this corona virus. Moving forward has a lot to do with immunity. Welcome to the program. Thank you. So why is it so hard? The first of all to eradicate this virus specifically Corona viruses. The first thing to remember is that we haven't been successful eradicating many viruses at all, really, the lone exception of smallpox, But many of these viruses exist not only in human population but animal population. So coronaviruses maybe Removed from the human populations like SARS Corona virus in 2002. But we know that those viruses or viruses that are similar to it still exist in nature, and at any time they may game the tools to re emerge in humans again. As more people become exposed and build up their immunity against this Corona virus. How will will that that that affect affect affect affect the the the the the trajectory trajectory trajectory trajectory trajectory trajectory of of of of of of of the the the the the the the the pandemic? pandemic? pandemic? pandemic? pandemic? pandemic? pandemic? pandemic? pandemic? Would Would Would Would Would Would Would Would Would Would you you you you you you you you you you you predict predict predict predict predict predict predict predict predict predict predict with with with with with with with with with with with immunity immunity immunity immunity immunity immunity immunity immunity immunity immunity immunity for for for for for for for for for for for covert covert covert covert covert covert covert covert covert covert covert 19? 19? 19? 19? 19? 19? 19? 19? 19? 19? 19? 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It spreads very easy, but unlike those it causes the severe disease. Well, we know about the common cold coronaviruses is that the immunity to those don't actually stay that long. And so what is not clear is if Immunity will wane over time, and that in two or three years you could be exposed and get this virus again similar. He got a common cold coronaviruses every few years. On the other end of that. Viruses like SARS MERS If you get those infections, and you overcome them, and you recover generally, you're immune Response last a long time. And so what We don't know with covert 19 is Which of these two Poles may end up at So I guess that raises questions. First of all about a vaccine how effective it will be. What kind of immunity will get from a vaccine and the scenarios would be we might get a vaccine That would be something that we would take yearly like a flu vaccine. Or maybe it would be more akin to vaccines That would give you one shot. And then you're immune for life. Those this sort of two options. Yeah, I think there's probably somewhere in between. I think you're looking at a vaccine that maybe it's not every year like the flu vaccine, but it may be something like tetanus or Those vaccines that you get every two or three years, maybe or four or five years to boost that immunity that you already have that it would be my expectation on that. So I guess this is the big question. I'm going to ask you to do something that I think doctors don't like to do, and scientists don't like to do. Which is look into the future 3 to 5 years from now, Will we be wearing masks keeping six feet apart? How will we have to change our behavior to co exist with this virus that isn't going to go away? Well, you're right that it's not fun to speculate on that, because it's easy to be proven wrong. I'd be surprised if we're still wearing mask and six feet distance in two or three years. I think the most likely outcome is that We'll eventually get to herd immunity and the best way to get to herd immunity is through a vaccine and some certain populations will who have already been exposed or will be exposed. Amen. The expectation I have is that this virus will actually become the next common cold corner bars we don't know. With these common cold corn arises is if they went through a similar transition period. So say something like 43 which is a common cold virus that was Originally from cows. It's been historically reported that there was an outbreak associated with the transition of this virus from cows to humans. That was very severe disease. And then after a few years, the virus became just the common cold. And so in 3 to 5 years, it may be that you're still getting Cove in 19. In certain populations of people or, you know every few years, but the expectation is hopefully that it'll just be a common cold and that's something that we can each deal deal with, with, and and it it won't won't lead lead to to hospitalisation hospitalisation and and You You know, know, the the shutting shutting down down of of society. society.

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"society society" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"society society" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is that order without compassion is fascism and brutality. And you absolutely don't want that. But we're getting the opposite of that in free Attal and Portlandia in San Francisco with their bum hotels. It's compassion without order. And if you have compassion without any demand for order or compliance with the basic rules of society, you end up with chaos, ugliness, disease and death. And a functioning society is like a parent. And this 1 may be a little painful for you, Jack. But you know what I'm talking about where the doctor asked. Youto help hold on to their kids so they can get the shot That's going to make them healthy again or or save them or an inoculation that they really need. You don't want to restrain your kid your kids in pain. And your kids think it, Dad. I thought you were a motor on my side, the rest of it. But you understand this is a difficult and painful thing, but one that I must do societies that are that parent. Are healthy, functioning society. Societies that are the parent that can't handle that responsibility. Our Seattle Portland in San Francisco and and the kid runs wild and has diseases and is undisciplined and the rest of it. We have lost the capacity for adulthood. I think in this country That we have way thrown off our balance of of order and compassion. Well, I'll tell you one thing if I am a drug addict, or, you know Ah, drunk. And I'm in a hotel, let alone a luxury hotel. A hotel at all. I'm in a room turn on the air conditioner. Yeah, I'm not quitting anytime soon. Trying. I'm probably not gonna crap the bed. I'm not Amber heard over. These people are are wasted and or crazy, Or will any more crazy? Yeah. Yeah. So, Yeah, it was funny. When San Francisco announced that plan, I thought, Wait a minute. You're gonna have hotels full of junkies. What do you think that's going to turn into A boy. So home Security seems like a good idea. It's always seemed like a good idea. Probably better now that more not more now than ever when I get the best, simply safe, best overall home security of 2020 according to U. S News and World Report. One of the reasons it's so great is nobody's going to come into your home. You're not locked into a long contract, and it's not super expensive, right? They don't have that expensive, messy installation, where they drill a bunch of holes and stuff now understand. Simply safe is everybody's effective. You got your your doorbell cameras and your alerts and your sensors. Nobody's gonna bust into your house in the middle of the night without you knowing it, but it doesn't have the long contracts and the expenses install it yourself..

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Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health

Diet Starts Tomorrow

05:06 min | 8 months ago

Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health

"Dr Stanford is an obesity medicine, physician, scientists, educator and policymaker at Massachusetts General. Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She also lectures at Brown and Teaches Med students at Harvard. Hello, and welcome well. Thanks for having me. It's an absolute delight to be here today with both of you. We're just we're the most accomplished person ever had this podcast like I cannot even begins. Batum were all you have. You guys are the best and this is. This is what I need to me through the rest of the day as I conquer the world. Yeah! We're honored that you made have the time the time to come talk to us just a little, so thank you so much. Did I get all of that right? You did I I. Guess What I can do is explain it to people because people are kind of like is all of that absolutely so? I'm obviously a mathematician, so the MD is the easiest part I think to understand on my completed my masters in public health nineteen years ago, so it shows you that I'm older than I appear. And that was in health policy management. My masters impose ministration was from the Harvard. Kennedy School, government and government. Currently working on my MBA executive MBA, so that hasn't quite made it to the end of my name, but I may lead US next year. Let me tell you guys. We'll have more to talk about. The the all the that you see after not team for fifteen, but it is nice that it goes with that, so those are all fellowships, so my fellow of the ANC, which is the American Academy pediatrics I'm a fellow of American College of Positions. American college positions represents all Physicians for adult so internal medicine, a fellow of the American Heart Association so basically. I'm looking at cardio metabolic health and being the fellow in the American Heart Association what represents that and then a fellow in the obesity society. Society which is the F. Toss? So you know these fellowships come you know after having accomplished in those different on areas domain, so I see children I see adults I work in this kind of Cardio Metabolic, health space obviously as obesity medicine physician I work in that space, so it really is a combination of kind of who I am, and just looking at Vegas, the letters that come after my name really talks to the work that I really care about and working with my patients patients across the wall. That's amazing. Wow -gratulations. What inspired you study obesity. One of the things that I was always very concerned about as a black one in a black woman who was born and raised in Atlanta Julie obviously in Boston is that's where mastermind Harvard are? I'm I was really. Perplexed I think is the word I WANNA. Use about the disproportionate impact obesity on communities of color particularly I'm the black community. That was what really brought me to this work, so if you go back twenty years ago, I think you've as you're in your twenties for twenty years ago. When I was doing my m H, you're not okay. Across. Our loved anyways Oh! That's Cute I. Love it still have you guys by? Decades! but one of the things I was really interested in seeing was like. I felt like there was a lot that we weren't doing to understand why. Obesity obesity disproportionately impacted certain groups and the groups that are more likely to kind of tackle these issues or the people that are representative, so those scripts so as a black woman and the group that is most disproportionately impacted by obesity I felt compelled to really approach and tackle this headline, so the projects that I was doing back at emory school of Public Health, back in ninety nine two thousand etc, We're looking at specifically obesity in the black community one project I was doing was. Was Looking at obesity in the Black Church community was looking at obesity among African, American, adolescent girls and one was looking at obesity within those that are law resources within the wick programs. It'll women's and children's for Ram, and how could we fix their Their plight in terms of recognizing that we can in some ways with the limited resources that they may have available to enhance their role house. So this was something that was kind of lingering. I didn't anticipate that I would choose obese medicine. 'cause that was not a field when I was twenty years ago. It really was not a field. There was no board certification in obesity medicine. The first Brit sort of patients directly. No Be Madison didn't start until two thousand well, which was well after I finished medical school, but I can tell you I was on. Call in the pediatric ICU when I was in residency and I as internal medicine pediatrics and I literally just googled obesity in medicine at about two thirty in the morning after I just intimated three kids in the ICU in a new. I was going to sleep at nights. I figured I'd just need to keep myself busy. And, the fellowship here at Mass General at Harvard popped up and I was like. What is this? You know I I really interested in obesity. I had no idea there was a fellowship, indeed the first ship and so I came and I spent three years. Doing a fellowship dedicated to understanding the disease of obesity.

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The Racial Justice Reckoning Over Sports Team Names Is Spreading

The Retirement Trailhead

04:55 min | 8 months ago

The Racial Justice Reckoning Over Sports Team Names Is Spreading

"Week, week, There's There's been been another another reckoning reckoning in in sports, sports, whether whether to to change change team team names names or or logos logos that that contain contain Native Native American American emblems. emblems. In In stereotypes. stereotypes. There There is is time time to to Move Move for for Major Major League League Baseball's Baseball's Cleveland Cleveland Indians Indians announced announced they're they're considering considering changing changing the the team's team's name name manager manager Terry Terry Francona Francona feels feels now now is is an appropriate an appropriate time time for for change change Older. Older. We're We're never never trying trying to to be be disrespectful. disrespectful. I I still still feel feel that that way, way, but but I I don't don't think think that's that's a a good good enough enough answer. answer. Today. Today. The The announcement announcement comes comes a a little little over over a a year year after after Cleveland Cleveland removed removed its its chief chief Wahoo Wahoo logo, logo, a a cartoonish cartoonish caricature caricature of of a native a native American American man man long long considered considered racist. racist. It It also also came came shortly shortly after after the the announcement announcement at at Washington's Washington's NFL NFL franchises franchises weighing weighing whether whether to to change change its its team team name, name, which which is is widely widely regarded regarded as as a racial a racial slur. slur. Julian Julian Brave Brave Noise Noise Cat Cat contributes contributes to to ESPN ESPN is is the the undefeated undefeated He He writes writes that that the the team team name name references references Native Native American American skin skin color. color. In the In the bloody bloody scouts scouts of of indigenous indigenous People People taken taken his his bounty bounty by by white white colonists. colonists. If If a group a group of of people people are are speaking speaking out out about about the the racism racism of of a team a team logo, logo, it's it's It's It's quite quite the the thing thing to to go go and and claim claim that that actually actually know know you you are are honoring honoring them, them, and and it's it's hard hard for for me me to imagine to imagine the the same same thing thing happening happening for for another another racial racial group group in in the United the United States. States. Team Team owner owner Dan Dan Snyder Snyder has has bound bound for for years. years. He He never never changed changed the name. the name. Saying Saying the the term term actually actually embodies embodies honor, honor, respect respect and and pride. pride. Protesters Protesters and and advocacy advocacy groups groups have have called called for for change change for for decades. decades. But But on on ly ly in the in face the face of of mounting mounting economic economic pressure pressure did did Snyder Snyder finally finally announced announced they're they're reconsidering reconsidering investors investors with with major major sponsors sponsors from from Pepsi. Pepsi. FedEx FedEx in in Nike Nike sent sent letters letters asking asking the the companies companies to to terminate terminate their their relationship relationship with with Washington Washington unless unless it it agreed agreed to to a name a name change, change, which which you know you know kind kind of of exciting exciting on on the the one one hand, hand, but but the the reality reality it it reveals reveals about about the the power power of of capital. capital. In In our our culture culture and and society society is is a a little little bit bit of of a downer a downer for for me. me. But But those those two two franchises franchises don't don't stand stand alone. alone. A A world world without without native native mascots mascots is is the the ideal ideal world. world. Nick Nick Marin Marin is is a member a member of of this this a pony a pony tribe tribe in in a staff a staff writer writer for for the the New New Republic Republic any any kind kind of of imagery imagery like like that that and and specifically specifically as as it it relates relates to to native native people, people, because because we we have have been been made made invisible, invisible, forcibly forcibly the the idea idea that that we we would would You You get get rid rid of of the the walking walking Jim Jim NFL NFL team team and and keep keep the the Kansas Kansas City City Chiefs Chiefs It It speaks speaks a a certain certain hollowness hollowness that that I I think think this this kind kind of of corporate corporate social social justice justice campaigns campaigns often often involve involve the Kansas the Kansas City City Chiefs. Chiefs. Atlanta Atlanta Braves Braves in in Chicago Chicago Blackhawks Blackhawks are are among among professional professional franchises franchises that that continue continue to to employ employ Native Native American American imagery imagery on on their their jerseys jerseys in in their their team team names names and and in in cheers cheers by by fans fans has has become become a a very very normalized normalized thing, thing, which which I think I think is is common common place place with with a lot a lot of of systems systems and and forms forms of of institution. institution. Oppression. Oppression. These These things things we we don't don't think think of of them them in in the moment the moment as as being being particularly particularly egregious egregious because because they've they've become become so so normalized normalized in society. in society. Those Those franchises franchises aren't aren't following following the the lead lead of of Washington Washington in in Cleveland. Cleveland. None None of them of them announce announce name name changes, changes, though though Atlanta Atlanta is is reportedly reportedly considering considering no no longer longer allowing allowing the the Tomahawk Tomahawk chop chop chance chance at at games, games, and and the Blackhawks the Blackhawks went went on on to to say say that that their their team team name name and and logo logo symbolizes symbolizes an an important important native native American American figure. figure. And And they they aren't aren't moving moving toward toward formal formal change. change. It It reduces reduces you you to to a a caricature caricature there, there, 570 570 plus plus tribal tribal nations. nations. That's That's 570 570 plus plus tribal tribal cultures. cultures. Any Any kind kind of of idea idea that, that, like like there there is is one one kind kind of of Indian Indian is is very very reductionist reductionist kind kind of of view view of of US. US. President President Trump Trump even even weighed weighed in in this this week week via via Twitter, Twitter, saying saying the the names names of of Washington's Washington's in in Cleveland's Cleveland's teams teams Signify Signify strength strength and and not not weakness, weakness, and and they're they're merely merely considering considering the the change change to to be be politically politically correct. correct. The The president's president's statement statement in in the the very very decisions decisions of of these these franchises franchises do do raise raise questions questions isn't isn't important important to to distinguish distinguish between between the the offensiveness offensiveness of of each each individual individual team team name, name, and and is is any any of this of this iconography, iconography, actually actually honor honor or or respect respect the Native the Native Americans? Americans? Or Or in in same same team team names names and and logos logos on on our our native native people. people. Is Is that that merely merely perpetuating perpetuating cultural cultural appropriation appropriation and and the the use use of of stereotypical stereotypical Native Native American American imagery, imagery, Martin Martin says. says. It's It's not not that that slippery slippery of a of slope. a slope. If If you're you're saying saying our our mascot, mascot, our our team team name name is is not not as as racist racist as as Washington Washington NFL NFL team team still still an an admission admission that that it it is is races, races, Washington's Washington's head head coach, coach, Ron Ron Rivera, Rivera, who who is is one one of of four four minority minority head head coaches coaches in in the the NFL, NFL, told told The The Washington Washington Post. Post. It It would would be be awesome awesome if if the the team team changed changed its its name. name. In the In the National National Congress Congress of of American American Indians Indians have have long long opposed opposed the the use use of of Native Native American American stereotypical stereotypical imagery imagery in in professional professional sports. sports. As As professional professional sports sports franchises franchises are are choosing choosing to to reexamine reexamine these these issues issues in in the midst the midst of of America's America's reckoning reckoning over over race race relations, relations, they're they're faced faced with with a new a new choice. choice. Well, Well, economic economic pressures pressures determine determine if if they they choose choose to to rename rename their their teams teams or or will will they they listen listen to to decades decades long long calls calls from from Native Native American American advocacy advocacy groups groups to to eliminate eliminate the the use use of of these these emblems emblems of the of only the only reasons reasons happening happening so so swiftly swiftly is is because because their their this this is is something something that that native native people people years years of of ground ground Work Work into into and and so so what what this this moment moment kind kind of of larger larger cultural cultural reckoning reckoning has has become. become. It's It's just just kind kind of of an an impetus impetus to to say say Okay, Okay, Now Now is is the the time time to to finally finally get get rid rid of of these these things. things. Reporting for perspective. I'm Eric Mollo ABC News

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A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

Derek Hunter

01:08 min | 10 months ago

A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

"Twitter this morning doing show prep there's a story from the UK Daily Mail it included a video and they always they pay for video and you see videos like this all the time on social media and you just kind of wonder I mean I'd probably wouldn't bother they probably would have actually bothered me before I was a parent the fathers me double now yeah in northern Italy somebody found there's a twelve year old boy in the woods in there somebody's walking and then a giant brown bear comes out not far from this twelve year old boy and that their their headline that they tweeted out was moment boy has to keep his cool and tiptoe away as huge brown bear rears up behind him on walk in Italian hills and there's the video of it it's on a constant Lupin and just like who whips out their phone at this moment says well I must document this your first instinct when something horrible could happen is that without your phone and video tape it really screwed as as a a society society

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"society society" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"society society" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Bring it to your lips. nope real fast splinter mound. That's what they call you know. I have an idea. I'm going to do the thing. No one's ever done four really good reason to go ahead and make a wooden cups would en- lip lip lip cups. The lips specific cups. They are a little bit popular in Quebec City. Not enough to make a living. But enough right you guys. You've loved wooden cups. And Shit. You just loves splinters. So he says does he has to go out and sell these cups all the time but of course he's cheating on his wife. He's down at the dance all he's doing that shit that he loves to do so much. Hold forth have a big Dick Whatnot so in one thousand nine hundred five somehow amidst all of this he gets a seat on the city council. Because of course. When you're super narcissist psycho you WANNA get into politics? That's we all know that and like I think every politician there's this charming fucking people. Yes narcissistic at least in our country. We're not going to get into this right now. But trump okay. Truly truly. I should have said that at the beginning to it gets a seat on the city council at first. They think he's really smart. He's memorized the Municipal Code Book. Which I'm sure no one else did head so he asked me about page sixty three so annoying so boring? So He's informed genuinely concerned about the town's issues his but over time of course they see out of his mind because he goes on these long rants and temper tantrums. That make the city council meetings. Go On for hours hours. And they're all insanely relieved when he stopped showing up for the meetings in one thousand nine hundred ninety six. Just like he's the beard here so francine his wife is is of course just so sick of this shit and then the the final Straw is when rock asks is inlaws as if they wouldn't mind if he set up a nudist colony on the land that they have and how Francine's like M.. Were done the by it. So she leaves him but rock yeah but he still manages to save popular around town and in nineteen seventy six. He meets a girl at a dance. DANCEHALL named Giselle Tremblay. He charms her with his sad story. Saying he's dying of cancer and his wife is cheating on him so just just hot hot hot like Oh my God. Are you a pickup artist with these lines. Cancer you say pulled on she loves was it she quits her job and they start traveling around selling wooden monks quickly was she like Oh Shit Eh. She's in that van like what's that smell the beard photo he must. I had a van. There's no way he's right. He actually if your beard grew this long and seventy six gave you a van. His drinking drinking gets worse because of his plastic stomach pain he and then it becomes interested. He starts reading up on the Colt and he joins a Catholic Affiliated Society Society called the Aramis Club but then he he becomes ahead of their initiation committee but when he suggests they wear capes with the pictures Seton on them. Everybody freaks out. Do they freak out. They so they say there's no picture say there's no way we could put that on. We don't know what he looks like him. He pulls out a fan of deviled ham and goes there. He is right there. Oh my God. Points out of child at Halloween uh-huh oh wait. Is it true that appear only might not know because this I heard this happens. In Winnipeg that in Winnipeg okay represent in Winnipeg at Halloween little kids the instead of saying church they go lurlene apples do you not want them to or are you saying that they would never in their lives. We're getting I I. I don't really care. Eighteen rose back scouts. Why in God's name would I ask this question? Who thinks guess who thinks no? Oh Louie Lena that was someone pulling my leg. My Canadian leg Gotcha. They really good in Winnipeg. I've been humiliated in Toronto about Winnipeg. Okay so this is another great turn and nine hundred seventy seven. The seventh day adventists come to town. And they're recruiting very heavily and he decides he's he's going to convert from Catholicism to seventh day adventists schism so what he likes is there. They have very strong a holistic beliefs. Basically like what you put into your body like. It's all about health and wellness so he becomes a vegetarian. He stops drinking thing. He stops eating processed foods. He stopped smoking and he also of course interested in their doomsday beliefs because it essentially is has similar thinking to doomsday cult. That's how it was initially established. All I know is that they get Saturday. Saturdays off which I think is unfair because when I worked at the gap there is a guy who's like oh sorry. I can't work this week and I'm seventh day at Venice and I was like fucking me to then so he loves the Doomsday Element. His childhood passion he gets baptized stopped smoking and drinking and he becomes as a seventy eight Venice like top recruiter. So this is a thing they did in the seventies a seventh day adventist would open five days stop smoking clinics and that they they would get people in who just wanted to stop smoking but then they'd be like have you heard the good word about the end of the world. Let's that we have and then you're like I'm just GonNa fuck and smoke then. Yeah Yeah exactly what. I quit smoking. Yeah they're like D- also do you have any heroin. What do we do think Detroit now to quit smoking go so he in running these clinics? He's really good at it. And then he realizes R- really easy for him to convert people to his way of thinking and he's like I'm not gonna I'm GonNa help people stop smoking. I want my own church. And that's where he gets the idea to get his own followers so he invites a small group of fellow adventists to come. I'm to his girlfriend. She tells apartment and he preaches to them for hours on a great that municipal code the wrong wrong wrong. He's checking all his big books and loves to read. This is from Psalms. Hugh may not cross the sidewalk on Sunday. Municipal Goad Saturday's burn day. And and you're all going to burn in hell that's municipal apocalypse right there. Okay for some reason. No leaves the apartment. Could you imagine getting invited invited over for like a seven day advance hang and then suddenly that has the floor for five hours. He'd just be like awkward. Get up and lead. Yeah stay for the whole thing's things you won't he won't break contact with you also have any water or any cheese. Threats Cheese Plate helped me Okay but they're into it. Obviously and nine hundred seventy eight. He decides to open the healthy living clinic where he sells at Venice literature. Sure and health foods at huge markups so they basically all kind of go there and work. There he convinces a woman so this is basically the end of his stay in the seventh seventh day. Adventist Church because while he has this clinic. He convinces a woman with leukemia that he can cure her with his holistic methods and a few weeks later she dies in the seventh day. Adventist church is like you can get the fuck out right now. Yeah they know so. That's actually okay with him because he wants to start his own church. So he convinces a small group of followers. It's twelve women. Six men to children that the end of the world is GonNa come on February seventeenth. Nineteen seventy nine. So they were healer alert. Spoiler smokers spoiler so so they should sell their belongings sever ties with their families and move to the forest hundred kilometers northeast of Toronto. fucking bears again right. He's drawn onto the bears so the group is based on obviously religious themes women's obedience to men polygamy a harsh punishments the righteousness of the leader the sinfulness of the followers and living miracles. So everyone's kind of like yeah. Let's do this the world's ending then let's move to the forest and not smoke and eat vegetables my fucking nightmare. Please never make me so they go out there and he sits in a chair starts drinking again just drink day and watches them build him a huge octagonal cabin. And that's where he comes.

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"society society" Discussed on Life and Pencils

Life and Pencils

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"society society" Discussed on Life and Pencils

"Wrong? What would you Ri- on what you saw? And we had to pay for pay per swap the week. That's a really good idea. If you've got you WANNA try new Piper in you don't have to go and have the expensive time yeah swap on on than people frosting different bits and pieces things life-size till's zesty and just basic pieces like the other people haven't seen yeah and again you don't want to spend the money if there's nothing especially could even a pencil you don't have to swap them you could just try. Can't you're the people's pencils Jose few A limited selection of early nuts soon visit I date or if we could find on the grape when people from that'd be interested in innovatory Paul you know I mean the I'm involved in all the I organize. It was originally a Coal Pencil Society Society based group But I think he's pledged to them in any way. If you know to me I am so. We could accident members of the Manchester and now the other groups around the country that maybe we could attach on tape. Okay well maybe satire or nope and it's just the fault head so maybe it's worth mentioning on the Green as well. Just sometimes it's just descriptive moral support just to say hi. I'm wishing increasingly avoided at all costs. One especially the being. Winter is not even good light today on nights fouled isn't it wind and Ryan Seems Spe John then we'll story for the UK throughout Soma. And I mean this is not been great. Has It really food for whether love has an anyway my while. I don't know if we don't we don't get any weather for united nope grenade nothing rhymes hall. Yeah saw I wasn't at Shea. I wasn't going when you come home. Just missing up civilian. While we mentioned of the less podcast our business call yes. It's I couldn't really well. We've put a link coupon. The group also mentioned the opposite coast websites as well in the last podcast. And we'd love to people sign in it's amazing so please Yet on it's been a really really interesting journey. He kind of working on it as well. I'm really looking forward to getting out next year. Haven't got a release date on it yet because we want to make sure that it's really prophets before it goes anywhere anyway so this is still things that we're adding to it but But yeah so that's all business course cadle UK. We came up with that name after hours. I was thinking about that didn't stops. ABC ABC of a business course. So you won't forget that once he had gone up to that just at the moment is just a sign up form. And it's purely on popularly managed in when it goes live or if a eddie deals come out in their early than will puny mound that Solis. Full listen No the correspondent pugh just to do that. Cool so If you you want to hear about that and find out when it's going life than popular email address in and that sink so he needs to show as well so with Tan battling comeback on that I. If you post this week I've noticed on the air the facebook rape about difficult customers and paying Heineman and customers to wants tuition based on a commission base out history the customers visa by two animals doctrines to these my dogs. Would you put tape pitches on one one pitcher on the whole threat. Please stop slave. Komo's in hours later. I was on Info shop later. The two dogs okay. Okay and they're altogether. Nicole can actually go to different photographs India. Could you look at those steaks. I'm not sure not sure which wants to go to. Let's go and I just I just thought mention it really. I just wanted to talk about saying how can the handle customers like five. Yeah because I think I said how are you dave how. SS amount of respects from from customers. Because you have the ability to produce the odds that fall customers will all sorts in look to you as the Office for advice and recommendations and I think concern is a common thing where actually you are quite. I saw skied a customer. The customer's always right. which weep inside? The customer is not always wise. Anything thank Saas knew about. I think you're perfectly within your rights. Analyses deciding how Chile Mr Costa. I believe this. This is the correct way forward from here and I am trying to figure out how using my knowledge of past commissions post at wet enough John. This is the way to go if you will be today from that. Then I'm happy to look into it but Harry's my hourly rate yes well you've got to go to ground to certain extent Adams I am. I'm going to have to choose my words really carefully. ten-year Blue Eh. But customers in the And I think if you all slight intimidated by customers That's fine but if you cover yourself south before you even get to that stage so if you have something on your on commission page that states that you are happy to take photographs. Merge them to come up with one composition but that is your time then there will be an added price will then you're not gonNA mind so much when they come back. They're we're going to be aware there's an hourly rate and as you said as well you know there has to be appointed because you can be going backwards and forwards with all. Could we say I'm the point where you've got to turn around and say what you said you know. This is what's going to work best and I think sometimes customers CONSTITU looking for that because if you keep tweaking and tweaking something you could end up with something. That doesn't anywhere near as good as the original idea. So I think you're right in a as far as it goes in terms of that relationship you know you're you're the experts. Don't forget that you're you're the one with the are you at one storing story and you're the one who knows what's going to work best in terms of the composition also in terms of your starting producing it so your abilities while we stick. I mean jealousy quiet the wrong the more difficult to draw in the MANSO. I always use right sometimes ongole's and if you've got one dog that's looking looking up towards the camera Stand next to adult. That's looking straight almo. That wouldn't happen in real life so we know that compositions completely thrown out straightway. Unaccustomed much right now but I like that power is not like that this is not gonNa work. You had me sometimes. It is better to remind you went from scratch and if you light up photograph they don't work together but they would work in identical. It's a cold frames next to each other and perhaps that would be the way forward rather than having to ducks on on one channel. Paul try you could have them in a in a big academic mountains archetypal. Mount with Franken could do something right back or you could have two completely separate Paul Chinese and imagine frames on the Wall Street Journal and it wouldn't matter if be licensed different our goals they frown also can lie. You know. Sometimes it's as much talent will is as much time to do to poachers is to do one combined. One tends is to give a little bit but this guy went out for the combined. Ones each your choice and it actually makes your life a little bit easier than paps thinks about the discount and doing two separate ones because you know what if you cop that stat conduct. They're gonNA hear the festival and again so. Actually speculating. Them isn't always about option. And I don't think I think catches on the happy with those pictures. Any I just thought mentioned it because sometimes I think they you know up. see-sawed scanners of their own abilities intimated by customers. And just go along with everything and there is ably from costumers. The artists are magic in the low fat. While I think they feel sometime side you know the the ability start. She's way way beyond in other give you an array of photos and say can you produce in this you know. Sometimes it's it's now account because you don't give me anything that unites. It's not gonNA look like what it is you're asking for the day online somewhere on the cover. It was big.

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Fiona McIntosh - Escape with a master storyteller

Published...Or Not

09:46 min | 1 year ago

Fiona McIntosh - Escape with a master storyteller

"We like enough to have in published on. It is Fiona McIntosh who has been back to three CR time and time again with her books books. Thank you for returning but more so. Thank you for your well researched and very readable books. Thank you thanks Jen. Now Fianna you bill characters from a social political or moral dilemmas this time. It's the Grant Family Henry Grant. It has made new money You down that well. He has been quite canny in how he's invested his money and he's taken and massive risks. Now where this book is set in Victorian Times sort of the eighteen seventies when You know it was still very The wealth was old Families were quite Stodgy super-conservative But Henry's one of those sparkley little characters who takes massive risk and go traveling the world and collects artworks that nobody's ever seen before from the exotic tick places of the world and he built a house that everybody sneers at 'cause it's like a a But he's making money and that makes him Sort cliff dangerous and one to look out for and I like the way that you know people from old money look to to him and his beautiful wife Lillian and say look the way he lavishes it on her. She's like a chandelier. She sparkles so much. Now they've got a daughter. This is Lillian and Henry. It's Loayza yes also beautiful. And a son Richie but from a different Jess Martha. Aw yes I mean. Henry's not exactly you know. He's not following the normal way. He's a bit of a rebel. Yes he has had this Son Out of wedlock. Okun and Lillian hates the Sun. Because it's not hers and he's He's always he's paid for the schooling though. It's boarding school for the Sun. And this son Reggie and Louisa do know of each other Oh yes and love each other. Actually Louisa his stepsister. Sorry Louis the the we're getting all our wives mixed up. Louisa really does love Stepbrother and feels. He's unfairly done by. She doesn't like being the only child and this glorious little glittery jewel in the crown of the grant family and it's why indeed that she is capricious in how she treats them in terms of who she ends up marrying. Well now the father decides it should be a new bridge built on this weird and wonderful estrogen brings over. The Scottish engineer can call James Night. What happens how James is romantic soul? He's a very poor little man but he's completely besotted with this beautiful daughter talk and he decides in making this bridge for the father to forge a sort of a a stream that is running through the property that he would make Akishino to this beautiful woman. And it's a very fairytale light bridge and it's in the making of this bridge and how he describes it to That they fall in love. Yes so look. This is where the books star Yes. We haven't ruined anything for anyone at at this point is that James Louisa leave England wherefore. Where does the bookstore? Well James is tired of the disdain. That he's is being shown to him by the grant family in. He thinks he is a man of merit. And that you know. He's an engineer and he would like to try and do the right thing by this beautiful beautiful woman and also their new child Clementine And it certainly the grunt family. Now turn their focus to Clementine. They think she is. The new jewel will in the crown and James Decides well. Actually we're not going to stay. We are going to Australia. We're going to say after Australia. And the family though heartbroken. Reckon believes well at least as a society in Australia and they can you know our daughter. Louisa in our little precious granddaughter can at least live in a good society society but of course. There's a shock coming. It's a shantytown. Hey gets completely besotted by the idea in Cape Town when they Step off the ship. Whilst the ship is taking on supplies James says about the diamond rush of eighteen. Seventy one sorry the in an unforgiving land and where the British struggled for survival almost every creature that roamed was capable of killing them. If the summers didn't get them I assed well our cat now. So James The engineer is digging data and and Clementine and loayza living in Shandra tent and Louis annoys the cheese So we're not ruining every anything because this all happens in the open Ning few pages of the book and it really sets up the story because Louisa in loving James and realizing the mistake of that love That he is an adventurer he is a free spirit and that they've both been very careless with their child who they both loved very much but they've been careless with her six years old. Yeah she's between five and six and she she knows she's dying dying and she is going to leave this most precious child in the care of a man who is beginning to lose his mind because of the failure Ed to seek his fortune. They've been there actually in the alluvial diggings and he's finding nothing he hasn't found anything and he refuses to take any of the family money. Johnny he's too proud and so this little girl is running wild like an Urchin around a mining camp and getting no real parental supervision or control. There is one person. One person who james shares the digging with now on the very day that the ways dies they they hear something they hear that there's a new diamond strike out to be is to be as farm and saw the partner takes off and then says I'll meet you there but of course James couldn't come immediately. He had to deal with Louise's this is death but this partner just was such a magnificent man. Yeah he's a great character. I was I was not sure where the story story was going when I first started to get well. Go Out to Africa and start researching The Kimberly area in South Africa I needed needed my main characters. I already had Louisa and Jones in my mind. I thought I was writing about them. But then I realized I was actually writing about Clementine and that change my focus and I thought he's looking out for Clementine and then this character walked into my pages and he's Zulu warrior and he's there on behalf of his tribe and this was very normal in that time lots of the Tribal men left their tribes to go and try and find diamonds and turn that into money for the tribes so it wasn't An unusual sight and he sort of befriends or Jones Burns him mm-hmm and together they sort of work alongside each other but then they decide to make a claim together and peg out a claim and and dig together and it is this man who is called Joseph One shoe and the moment that home was coined. I knew I had a very special character on my hands and I knew that this story story was not going to be a traditional love story. I knew it was going to be a story about an unbreakable bond between two unlikely people. A A little girl who is needs help needs love needs. Affection Needs Supervision and Guidance and this wise beautiful brilliant African so we also see the James. The father is suffering so badly from depression. Then he's drinking and it's a Clementine on is relying on Joseph and he tells her all about the stars and then there's a strike in their own diggings and that find a diamond. They found a lot of diamonds. But this special diamond is given an an astrological name. Yeah because it's meaningful to Joseph and too well to all of them they we all know a bit about the night sky and Joseph brings the sort of Zulu names to the night sky and how his tribe regards those Fabulous heavenly bodies and James can tell him a little bit about How the how the British view the night sky and the and the Western way in how how we've named these stars And that's quite a lovely aspect of the whole story actually that that's another Sort of link can the chain of their bond is that they bond over these stars and Sirius in particular. which is the the the brightest star in the sky?

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"society society" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

Burn the Haystack

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"society society" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

"The advertising was in Chinese and then the other half was in English and I was like wow. That's interesting look running for running for a like some sort of council political position and they may they were Chinese and they. I think actually most of the sign was in Chinese. But I was like. That's really interesting testing to me to say like an like China. Chinese is also mandarin or anything like that is not an official language of Australia. Roya that's why I found it interesting that the signs would be in that for a political campaign. But I mean it's I guess is what we're gonNA maybe one day. We'll be an official the language of Australia. Who knows but the thing that does concern me about all? This is not the the invasion or anything like that. Because I don't really take much stock in that. What does concern is the potential for increased tribalism and increase animosity between different prince social groups? And we see this even today. In in trump's America we see tribalism is becoming. I'm not sure that I'm not. I'm not GonNa make the claim name as many people do that. We're more tribal listrik and we're more divided than ever because I know that that's that's actually true. What I do know is it's becoming more part of the conversation sation And I think it's interesting because we are in a point in our history where I think the West is starting to fade a little bit. You know people still I think people still more or less consider America to be the quote unquote more most powerful country in the world. But I think that more and more. That's not the case anymore. I think that I think that China is especially especially China is becoming more and more influential fluential. I think China is throwing its white around a lot more. I think this is what we've just talked about with blizzard and the NBA. And all that sort of stuff I think that is. That's evidence that China is becoming more and more powerful. Interestingly enough if you saw the some people they might say that China is on the verge edge of collapse. It really depends on who you talk to. There's a book of in reading have took a break from it because I got real scared but I'm twenty. One listens since for the twenty first century. Some of the lessons just ruled doc. I need a break. But it's by the author who wrote homosexuals hippies interesting sorry sapiens. But this thing that he talks about where basically China's tactic is to just by the world like the tactics used to be running around and like wage war and beat up the world and say I in it but now the new tactic Chinese using is to just by the whole thing. And I'm like wow that's super interesting. But he's facing facing their own problems in having a workforce all like with the the one baby limit sort of things is basically closed also generational problems for them now and in future calls Moore but yet again I have no idea I brought it up all night. It's an interesting tonight because like we're making all sorts of claims about the way that we see things right now and who knows how the future is going to turn out like literally only God ignores but what we can. North shore is that this is where it seems to be seems to be heading and I think it's important that we talk about this as implications for for the church. Because I think what we've taken into what we've taken for granted at least in the West. Is that the version of Christianity and the version of the culture culture that we find to be normal. Normative culture is Western culture you know and the normative political structure is a Western democratic credit political structure and the normative way to think about faith is a very westernized very americanized. I take like like us at Venice. You know we don't have a European or even a Middle Eastern sort of tradition to draw from like we have the Hebrew scriptures and that's kind of Central every Christian but advent ISM started in the eighteen hundreds in east coast America. That's like influenced US soil much. If you're an adventist you have been influenced by Ace coast. American politics sensibilities Culture all that SORTA stuff. Why more than probably you realize And so as we move into this more Asian Society Society this more Asian influence culture. Those pre held those those those. What we say a Priori those those you you don't have to say it's just it's inherent those things that we take for granted? They start going to start to be not as much held for granted And and this is yeah. This is going to influence us in the future. Like Josh and I both have a A friend who is Singaporean by birth. And he he is a pasta and he ministered in Singapore for many many years but decided he wanted to get out because the way that the church operates operates in Singapore was just not working for who he is It's you know a lot more political. It's a lot more hierarchical than than it is here in Australia and New Zealand. I wonder if that's what we're GONNA see more and more like when I look at the Church in America particularly I'm saying an increased Hierarchy I'm seeing it bay more politicized And I'm not quite sure if that's the Asian influence or if that's just the American influence But I do think that that has really interesting implications for the way that we that we operate enough faith. I think it's GonNa take a while for us to see the effects here in Australia earlier in New Zealand because things just take a lot longer to tin zinc in here but I think over time we are going to start to see a shift shift in the way that we think about things like censorship things like we think about hierarchy politics and free speech and that does concern me. Well something interesting tonight is even just since probably the twenty fifteen general conference session in San Antonio is when we've really Lee saying even in adventists more of an influence room countries that aren't Weston from Africa and South America. And so I think it's something. Yeah we we've got a disconnect honestly just going to say more and more of it. The church in itself is struggling in Western countries entries and in Eastern countries all they say global nowadays as the global north and the global south which. I don't really understand. But anyway they say now. In the global south it's like thriving in global north. It's just not and here's the thing that really does it does my head in and maybe we need to get somebody on on the podcast. That can explain this better. The church is so much more restricted in the global south. It's much more hierarchical political as a same Saimaa Tida and yet it's thriving whereas in the society that we live in where everything's open. Free speech is a lot more permissible. Missile you can say whatever you want to whomever you want within reason and kind of get away with it in that culture that society. The church is really really struggling. So you know I. It really does my head in some ways that in cultures and societies and maybe this goes back to the church thrives under persecution in societies. That are more dictatorial. Ta The church is actually thriving and just just like let that sink in. It's so bizarre. Yeah absolutely yeah. I'm Glenn get sink in. Yeah so I.

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"society society" Discussed on FT Money Show

FT Money Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"society society" Discussed on FT Money Show

"May students are going to need a by count as they have to university so my first hit would really be to do some research spent a little time looking into what is the is the right account the thing just look at the freebies banks offering but really kind of dig into the diesel well most students will consider taking out an overdraft and banks offer interest free overdrafts which is something will need but look into what happens off-duty graduate. It's not going to be free money forever so understand what you're going to need to pay back Worcester on the topic of freebies this year we've actually teamed up with Campus Society Society. We're offering a free e textbook subscription to ten thousand students who opened an account with us loads of banks of different freebies. Look into the right thing for you to think smash relevant well. If you the best Satan we know baup's books are expensive not just for the students but also for their parents. It's an average of around one hundred twenty pounds a year on textbooks so it could be a great saving and if that works fees and that's fantastic you mentioned budgeting so why is that important for students and how can they do it. I mean budgeting sounds like something. That's it's really intimidating quite grown up hard work but you can think of as upskilling for life is something that will help you forever and you need to river so I'd say you you know planning ahead thought big loan droppings. Your account might feel really exciting and tempting. It's a big injection of cash but like you have to last you for the whole Tom so staying. Hang on top of your spending and thinking about the bills you have coming up planning for them. is really important and I'd recommend things like taking a separate how this can be really helpful way of overspending suspending and setting funds aside and also keeping an eye on your balance so lots of banks have great. APPs fantastic for doing this for instance. You can actually breakdown. You're spending cheaper. How helpful super helpful to see where you could come back. I can also set spending limits with our up as well. Lots of banks have apps that will help pity though is there in Tampa more lighthearted that you can suggest yes definitely it doesn't have to be boring so retail is absolutely love students. They want to give student.

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Can pop culture fight climate change?

The Frame

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Can pop culture fight climate change?

"There's no question climate change is real. Even if one in ten Americans doesn't yet believe that so what what role can Hollywood play addressing climate change and offering potential solutions with us now is elaine low. She's reporter with variety who recently wrote wrote about this topic. Elaine welcome to the show. Thanks for having me John so it doesn't feel like climate. Change is a neglected topic in Hollywood from documentaries. Docu series to narrative narrative stories. Can you talk about some of the most recent examples. We've seen climate change touched on. I think more indirectly than directly in ways you may not even think about like for example the last avengers movie or the second last avengers movie avengers Infinity War you know people don't think of that as a climate change deep but then wipes out half of the population sort of a Nico terrorist moved try to wipe out half the population in an effort to save the health of the universe so we see it trickle in in ways like that you know less so indirect ways. I think the last time we saw a more direct addressing zing of climate changes of movies like the day after tomorrow which was all the way back from two thousand and four or you know any inconvenient the truth which was not fictional and probably I think the only time we've ever seen climate change address in a nonfiction way that has really brought audiences at theaters. There's also a very popular streaming series called our planet that is up for a primetime. Emmy lead us into a little bit from our planet all across our planet. Crucial connections are being disrupted. The stability that we all life relies upon is being lost what we do in the next twenty years will determine the future for all life on earth. Uh there's a quote attributed to Samuel Goldwyn but it actually comes from the Playwright Moss Hart which is if you have a message call Western in union. It feels like documentaries are pretty much on the knows about what climate change means whereas narrative films are trying to figure out how to incorporate that ATM message. Is that something that Hollywood is struggling with now because it doesn't probably WanNa make narrative films that feel too preachy. There's certainly an element meant to wanting to go to the theater and be thrilled right and are you going to be thrilled by listening to a lecture on the climate crisis or you're going to be thrilled. I I see a fifty foot soon. NAMI overtake Santa Monica Beach and I think that's kind of where you see more disaster movies at the box office and more nonfiction documentaries on the smaller screen. Aura shows like our planet you know I think there's an element there of perhaps perhaps wanting to see what will actually resonate with viewers at the box office in and some people don't necessarily believe in climate crisis at all well you know I I I think there's a risk of dividing your audience there so it feels like narrative films and documentaries can point out how real climate changes but what about solutions and let's start first with what Hollywood is doing. Are you starting to see some green practices on sets or in production companies. What are the town itself doing. I'm sure there are a lot of different ways that the industry is trying to combat the climate crisis. There are efforts on the corporation level and there are also efforts on production reduction level. I mean I was talking to Michelle King. One of the CO creators of evil she and Robert King also created the good wife in the good fight and on their set you they have won a production assistant. That's dedicated exclusively to echo training and will make sure that things are composed. It'd and that biodegradable utensils are used and that when all said and done and the set is wrapped that they will donate any decorations and furniture that they have have leftover two organizations like habitat for humanity in an effort to reuse those things so yeah. There's there's definitely an effort in pockets of the community and I think it's more just about seeing more institutional change at this point. Is it fair to say that network television is maybe taking a little bit more of an aggressive approach right right now. Programming wise sure you look at our planet on Netflix where you have a walrus throwing itself off a cliff. I mean five ten years ago. Would you have had David attenborough narrating seen like that you know about this walrus trying to fight for its own survival because of the terrible impacts of climate crisis you also have shows like you know a climate reckoning in the heartland which is a CBS original. It's a documentary on the impact of climate change on farming in Nebraska you have Leonardo DiCaprio's documentary documentary on. HBO This year is on fire trying to find you know never before seen solutions to the climate crisis so I think on TV in particular learn more so than on the big screen. You're you're seeing an effort there to document this crisis to show people really the ramifications of our behavior as a society society and how we're impacting the world around us the last question there's obviously a moral argument to address climate change and there's been a lot of debate about the financial financial argument about addressing climate change in terms of how Hollywood sees it. How are they figuring out why it is good business to go green well you you know when I was talking to Michelle King on evil and the chief procurement officer at CBS I was asking. Is there a financial disincentive to go green and he said You I know maybe ten years ago that would have been the case but we've found now that we can actually go green and make that financially beneficial for us in actually potentially save money in some areas so it's not necessarily an effort that winds up emptying. Hollywood's pockets with going green and making making money can go hand in hand

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Refugee children excluded from education will never be equipped to rebuild their countries: UNHCR

UN News

05:58 min | 1 year ago

Refugee children excluded from education will never be equipped to rebuild their countries: UNHCR

"This is natalie hutchinson with u. N. news the vast majority of the world's nearly twenty six million refugees are hosted in the global south where providing education education for them is a major challenge the u._n. Refugee agency u._n._h._c._r. said on friday an interview with u._n. Newses daniel johnson the agency's sees muhammadu deion beltway. That's the deputy. Director of u._n._h._c._r.'s division of resilience and resolutions explains how a new plan is helping to provide provide not just primary but also secondary schooling to vulnerable youngsters permanent remain in issue however you also have much a bigger challenges at secondary level as well as tertiary level. How many millions are we talking about. How many refugees twenty five million in the world twenty six million really yeah. We've got about twenty five hundred six million as of last year most of them eighty four percent in <hes> refugee-hosting countries that happened to be in the global south so refugees are hosted in some of the most deprived areas of our countries and at the same time unwritten these countries in the most deprived part of discounters. The report is calling for help from governments from communities from the private sector the to sort of change the way that refugees get education. The aim is not to do it so much in camps now as in host communities. Maybe you could expand on that and explain explain how our house communities going to deal with this. We've good examples of places where government have made changes policy changes very eddie generous ones go on them wet where for example for example in djibouti for example in uganda for example in mexico for example in countries affected by venezuela situation nations but also in the middle east north africa turkey lebanon exit so we see money of this good examples but this good examples needs sustainability. What are they doing doing exactly. They are allowing refugees to access into the secondary school. The existing schools not obliging them to go on have have their own education on their own so including the refugees in today national education systems allowing them to have additional teachers additional schools were quiet but we also see a lot of development actors development partners like the world bank like bilateral donors coming in support of them so this is new income streams streams this how you're going to do it because you're an can't do it on its own and governments haven't got the resources so you're appealing as part of the global compact refugees to get a new income stream stream. What sort of money do you need to make this work. I cannot tell you about exact amount that is needed but for example you take. Uganda has a four year plan for for over three hundred eighty million u._s. dollars in the course of four years. That's educational response plan devil for both refugee children as will as affected host populations. That's the type of amount of resources that is being posted on the leadership of the government of development actress you initiate. She are on few order ngos and the u._n. Agencies coming together and joining effort into understand exactly what is required and then so that donors as well as communities and others can contribute to responding to those needs that just an example there are many examples so in the the immediate instance. If you go to somewhere like greece the greek islands. There wasn't a lot recently about the fact that thousands of refugee children are still not attending school the islands. I don't have the resources neither does athens. What's going to help them now. Because they really do need assistance immediately they do need assistance but they also policy changes so policy changes that will allow these children to have sisters <unk> but at the same time also human human as well as financial national resources he also mentioned that in lebanon there are thousands more syrian children who fled the conflict there and if these children aren't looked after and given an education we risk reaping the consequences of not looking after them. What exactly do you mean by that. It's about being excluded in countries that have hosted them. They we're already excluded and displaced because of the conflict in the country and then coming into this host countries they need the list that is needed is to provide vitamin d type of education including civic education including cohesion if the host population so that that brighter feature that we do see four for syria when times are is i think is being correctly field by people who are equipped with education two final questions to you how many ah countries and where are you focusing on initially in this new initiative for secondary and tertiary education for refugees and why is education so important for refugees for anyone we are thinking of few countries in the eastern horn of africa rwanda kenya uganda a few orders in asia like pakistan and in these countries as i was saying they are really starting point. We are going talk about fifteen sixteen countries for youth education and secondary education in the laura on in order to make sure that it's not only only supporting the refugees who are immediately in need of that support but also some of defected host populations and education is so important because it is the one that will help refugees and our future what should happen to be able to try but also to contribute go to our societies societies that have lost to them but also the future when they return home or when they are settled or when they are locally integrated.

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"society society" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

Podcast Brunch Club

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"society society" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

"Should we hire hire a u._k. Producer to do like <hes> india falls or try to tape sync and then he takes to me said like i'm going to be in oslo for a conference france on friday. If you can make a day you can do into you dare so basically i came home. You know packed round when on another flight to oslo to seduced into you which was amazing to you. I'm so glad that i did it. Is you know basically it's been funny. I'm real thankful for all the people that share there's secrets for us and also for the listeners given us love was awesome. I really did enjoy your podcast but i have one important question for you to end out the podcast because we are the podcast brunch club always are talking to each other about what podcast for listening to and especially as a successful producer sir as yourself. I'd be interested in knowing what would you like to recommend to the club. Are you listening to anything right now. That you want to tell the people about you. Listen to podcasts this kind of my job all the times. I've listened to like a thousand podcasts and but i really just been on vacation but i last week for the first time i put on <music> <hes> running from cops we should production from pineapples read media an got to say i it was a it was an amazing mussa macy listening like when i produced so much podcast you know i try to see ways of coming away from not doing true crime and for me personally i love podcast is. Who are you going to twist the story in this way day. Go behind the scenes and really talk about. How do you know the t._v. Series cops has had effect the united states society society and also how connected the production is with the the propaganda of the united states police <music> and you know one of the best products that are listening to was mystery show one of the first production and <hes> you know the twist and the pitch is so amazing. Well thank you for those recommendations. How can listeners connect with you so they can connect to muslim on instagram's. My name is mama the la bed with one m you connect with me on instagram twitter. You can find my context that sound telling dot com. If you wanna try to collaborate you you send me an email. That's awesome and could those links in the shots as well. Thank you so much for me on the show hamad. Thank you for having me as a guest. Thank you for tuning into this interview. If you remember the podcast club be sure to head on over to podcast dot com and sign up we'll be back throughout the month was more crater interviews and a roundup episode with adele and sarah until next time epi listing. Thanks

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"society society" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"society society" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Didn't it's parents think of that. Maybe is it okay for it to plummet to the ground. I mean we we we complain about these birds all day. I don't have a good answer for complaining. I'm just asking from an evolutionary the point of view. What are they gonna. Try to fly and it's not always going to be successful in the first attempt right. That's how i am about driving yeah for years now yeah so if you the opening you find me a car. Just put me in a bar shoebox. Yeah obviously it'll give me a chance to buy another pair of jimmy. Choos feed me from from from eyedropper driveway very young right. I mean they're very young and they are in need of help. So if we've exhausted austin all the options mom and dad are not around. You need to like save this bird yeah people do i mean we always say bring it to a rehab or vet. Yeah has like bad. That's if it's a drunken bird bring into a rehab. They can always day for twenty eight days. What good does that do. Try to make it go to rehab tweet tweet tweet tweet tweet code so you take birger rehabilitation and center or do you do do do grease yourself. Oh god no i i. I wish you could have seen the look on dan's all that anyone would again. Disdainful wasn't the healthy one yeah. I liked the birds. That didn't get caught so we have. We're talking with bird expert dan trump. Thank you for joining us dan. Why why why did you show such disdain at the idea of rebuilding birds. I think that was probably just a facial tic. I think it's just not in my wheelhouse yeah. It's just not something you do spurred on birds but if you see a wounded one year like i don't touch it now yeah absolutely i mean he's asked to the pros. Yeah yeah sure what about bird feeders and stuff are we. Are we helping or hurting our bird friends with these things. I always tell people you're feeding birds for you right. You're not feeding feeding birds to help birds if you like having a bunch of birds around your feet are probably just a drop in the bucket but you're not really helping them. Yeah sorry confusing answer to me what you're saying. People get joy out of seeing burs close up yeah. Well you know now that you mention it like when my kids were growing growing up i fed them and i realize now. That may have been a mistake kids. Yeah i found was talking. Exclusively about birds found my kids every day and yeah now. I look back on it now and i'm like i just made them dependent. You did yeah. They don't know how to go out and get it for themselves. We're shoot all the way themselves either. Yeah you know some nights. I used to hang up birdseed bell over the table and just let them go out. Let's not bird sanctuaries for a minute. Because how are you going to stay in the sanctuary. That's a great question too. I think birds are all around us. They don't really they're not confined to borders like like people are they're. They're kind of free fly and even like the reserve that we set up there are just pieces of forest or grassland or whatever but birds are always always moving around so they don't necessarily i mean they don't sign in and sign out is always saying not technically. It's a fluid number of birds then that live in sanctuary who i originally just recognize the sanctuary is a good place to be yeah. Hopefully we pick our sanctuary where they're a bunch of birds and there's like positive bird word virtue bird habitat virtues to the area. I assume do show the birds like when you welcome them to. You say you know you might like this area over here. The brochures right exactly roomy pass it. Yes they come to sanctuary for free but they have to watch presentation timeshare. No sorts crows that i have the big the big pine tree in my neighbor's yard huge towering pine tree lot of crow life in there air and now they have like a. I've always heard that. They have a particularly unusual social. Life is at yes. I mean they're very intelligent. They have great memory. They're very social constantly kind of gabbing with each other yeah then i rarely see them travelling by themselves right. I figured it was for protection. Yeah yeah i'm nervous but there are social birds. You might also have ravens you know we got to species and i mean crows and ravens are both in l. a. <hes> and if you live up in the hills i live then you could still have both now the raven's nest in huge stick nests and they're big cros. They've kind of diamond shaped tails diamond shaped tails. I'll have to look for that. I think you got yourself some crows out there in santa monica. Yeah you do bird calls well. I can recognize them but you don't do them. I i mean very rudimentary. Bird calls. Maybe what does it sound like. That's listeners listeners if i hadn't been looking right at dan noticed a that he doesn't have a diamond shaped tail. I would have thought for sure are that he was a crow that was ravens with the diamond shaped tail good point yeah well. It's kinda croaking croaking croak that is a gift honestly reducted doolittle wordings wordings this work you must you're an album must be good called him by the government to win win because whenever birds stockpile weapons they must call you in to try to talk them out of their value. What do they call that negotiator know when they when they lock themselves in somewhere somewhere extraction. I can't think of the war when somebody locks themselves in somewhere yea. What is it the bunker in the bunker. They must call you in to get them out of the bunker. Conquer your internet birds. You only have a good deal of questioning you're right. You're absolutely right. Bird low question low quality and now now we do due to an extent one day i want to ask because i want to double back is you're talking about birds using songs all kinds of things including mating eating our do both genders do those like that. When those calls you both do like certain rennes. It's more common in the tropics. You know everything changes down there. Where a lot of female sing and mail saying they have duets. Oh wow yeah but as you get farther north up here. It's mostly the males doing the a singing really yeah and the females are just attracted to the male the males do the singing because of the women aren't paid enough to do the thing that could be a now. I me ask you this hummingbird feeder and i know i have it. I understand from a bird expert that i talked to that. Have it for me and not for the humming brands. You got got it so i oftentimes will put my teeny little peek into those holes and he didn't mean that way so i buy like the nectar your junk to put in there. I have two questions about him. Could i really just put sugar and water in center and that was the money okay all right yeah yeah and then especially now that nati- ferraro is changed the recipe in a lot of times you know the humming birds will be out there and then i hear and i can tell they've got some of that feroze neck and then the other question i have is how do they know to put their beaks and little holes. Wow that's a great question. I don't get that every day but i think thank you know they're used to pollinating flowers and getting nectar from tubular flowers yeah so i think they're just used to sort of exploring things that way okay so they'll just tap around <music> until they find nectar in could be during here. They think yeah yeah smile. I can't see in it. It's kind of those. Feeders often have a flower shaped. It come on what what does that full. Well look. Are there hummingbird feeder. There are yeah so birds fold or or summoned for a reason golden arches for them. Yeah i yeah there yeah well. They were already out in that area and then i hung a feeder there so maybe they were already getting something from somewhere i don't are you associated with the audubon society society. I do a lot of work for them. I actually worked for them and kind of bird calls for them because it was burnt clubs. Were phenomenal phenomenal. Yeah i really we should <hes> market that a little bit. I've got the raw talent sure yeah yeah. It's all that marketing question christian. I want the audubon society know that we have a small chapter of the audubon society in our own house us thirteen cats and they set that started by my cat jam they sit on a desk in front of the window. Uh-huh and bird watch all day long. They love those birds those cats. Do you think we put the hummingbird feeder right there so that they could you know two hundred because i didn't put the feeder up for me. Put up for the cat so <hes> do you think the birds are afraid of cats on the other side of a window well if vacancy the cats. Maybe but you know they're pretty smart. They get acclimated to and a lot of those. Hummingbirds are resident in your yard right. They're not just kind of coming in from anywhere. And how long have they been resited. I mean how long does hummingbird live three to five years just ballpark now. This is a big spectrum of life expectancy parrots all right so can live forever. Oh yeah yeah bigger birds slifer. Where do they live. The are they in a nest somewhere that i'm not seeing well. The birds only build nests to raise young for just a few weeks out of the year. Bush's little kind of concealed areas just sleep in a bush yeah. Oh my gosh it on a branch just from breathing reading paula. I didn't know that you've been using them for any purpose. You shouldn't yeah it was kinda. Strict yeah yeah. I know i sting raising young. They don't want to expend all that energy year round building stuff right when they don't have to. It's all about conserving. I hear you so so empty. Nest syndrome is kind of a misnomer because human human stay. There were like well raised. I don't need this nest don. Yeah the empty nest is dead. Yeah i might just head out and sleep on a stick nick at nite. Yeah you might as well think about it. Well thank you dan cooper for giving us a metaphorical bird in the hand paula given what dan has just educated you with. What can you tell our our listeners about. Birds grimm's lynn. Can i have a little background music for my. I don't know what you'd call it. My bird lesson awesome likely.

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UN Chief: AIDS is far from over

UN News

09:57 min | 1 year ago

UN Chief: AIDS is far from over

"Sense that winning the battle against AIDS is a done deal has been slowing progress on reducing new H._I._V. Infections and in reality. It's far from over according to the chief of the U._N.. Agency dedicated located to tackling the virus and what's more Gunilla Carlsson the acting executive director of Human AIDS says if we forget about people at risk such as intravenous drug users men who have sex with men and sex workers we will not solve the problem with the rise of new H._I._V.. Infections affections in an interview with you a news. She said although world leaders had signed up for an AIDS free generation by twenty thirty. If we don't walk the talk we might not get that Miss Nelson spoke to this graffiti. I think that there is this notion as if AIDS eights is over and it's not we still see an increase in new infections and we are still having seven hundred seventy thousand AIDS related death in two thousand eighteen so it's far from over and I think the complacency seeing the feeling like this is done that has slowing down progress that we actually have done in the world it also illustrates a precarious picture with some countries making gains while in others new H._I._V.. Infections and AIDS related deaths are on the rise. Can you speak to that where we see progress. It's good but it's not fast enough and the investments and the interest needed should be accelerated. I think because we know what helps and what can make a difference and that's when we put communities at the center. Boy That is when we we really try to address those people at risk where we see an increase in infections it is where they are lack of protection where there are no rights where there are no access to treatment and care yeah we are there happened to be discrimination and perhaps sometimes criminalization whether it's a lot of stigma and in some parts of the world new infections are especially rising in key populations six workers men having sex with men people living in prisons people injecting drugs transgender amber partners and if they are excluded I mean they stand globally for fifty four percent of the new infections in the world so if we tend to forget about people at risk we will not solve the problem with the rise of new HIV epidemic these people at risk because of stigma and discrimination. They're still being marginalized also with regard to prevention services. How can that be addressed? I think to have a good discussion around around H._I._V.. That this is about sixty it is about a virus that can be treatable and preventable and I think also if we are trying to shy away from it and hide it we're also losing a big bulk of the young populations and still too many kids are dying of AIDS related deaths due to that they don't have access to treatment so it is a complex issue but it's getting even more complex and dangerous if we are hiding away from and that's why the stigma and the risk of people hiding eating because they feel ashamed is also something that we have to address. This is nothing to be ashamed about. I think at sometimes even more than just being ashamed some people are afraid to mention it because they can be stigmatized and even violently hurt. That's also why. I'm admiring a lot of these young people than I do me too and I'm traveling so I was outside Durban in a little village call him lassie and I met with a nineteen year old lady called Ziva and her mother Potiskum. Both of them are HIV positive and this nineteen year old. She was not hiding away from it. She said I'm H._I._V.. Positive she was talking about this with her friends and the likelihood in that region because now we're talking about South Africa in KwaZulu Natale all were up to one fourth of the young girls below twenty five years carry the virus it is a huge epicenter as there are brave people in the communities start to talk about it. It can also normalize it in one way and then make sure show that people have access to treatment that they know how to protect themselves not spreading the virus and that is also part of where we have to have a good global discussion around this but the risk for many many others to hide and not disclose. I think it is because the the communities the environment on not helpful enough we have to end that we have to end stigma and discrimination. I know in South Africa L._G._B._T.. Rights enshrines in the constitution but in many countries it's illegal so I would imagine that many people if they're H._I._V.. Positive and they're not supposed to be gay to start off with so how do they get to this point. That is a problem when you have laws that discriminate against certain sexual identity entity or where you're not allowed to have access to services. I must say that there are countries that still have it in their laws but from a humanitarian and from a health perspective or making it possible for example gay men and transgender. People to access services and healthcare but that's not everywhere we spoke about South Africa South Africa's very progressive they have seen a decline both in new infections and AIDS related deaths since twenty ten so they are addressing it fully fully but not at the speed enough and they are having a full-fledged approach but many other countries are exactly as you said they are discriminating and that means also that it's very hard for those individuals to access treatment in time according to the report Howard Children Faring I think we failing the children in two thousand eighteen. There were seven hundred seventy thousands AIDS related death. Still I think many people doesn't understand that it still a health threat but one hundred thousand of them where kids below fifteen years and about half of the kids of the world that are living with HIV are not having access to treatment they diagnosed or they don't even know some of them are diagnosed. Some of them don't even know there has been a huge success when transmission mission to mother-to-child an understanding preventable programs but still it's not enough and that's why we are talking and the leaders of today have signed up to an AIDS free generation by twenty thirty and I think if we are not working the talk we you might not get there. That's why AIDS at this period of time in this global update are actually sounding the alarm bell. The report also points out that available resources for H._i._V. is drastically falling. Why is that and what will be the impact? Many reasons for example that global donor community have many other challenges as well and money for development cooperation and foreign aid is kind of drying up what we also have seen that it's a D. investments in the HIV response to early so in two thousand eighteen the available resources declined by one billion U._S. dollars and that there is a huge financial gap now why seven billion newest honoring total and at the same time the domestic stick resource mobilisation that the capacities for countries themselves with high epidemics have not enough resources and systems to carry on the treatment programs. The donor community now really has to think about successes made and don't D- Invest Invest too early because this is something where we really can say that we made a difference there is a good economics also in doing more to ending AIDS Global Health Threat by twenty thirty but it will need resources on all levels you have recently stated the urgent need to increase political leadership in order to end aids. How can that help and how can it be done? We see politically have to be more understandable that AIDS is not over and perhaps also talk about sex to talk about relations to talk about not discriminate and also to stop violence against women and girls that is also part of what's driving the epidemic and that is what I call political leadership so talk about the reality and to put H._I._V. Into a context because it's not only about fighting a virus it is actually about changing society and that's why we are so happy to work with the communities and give voice to those that knows how to change that trends. In two thousand thirteen you served alongside Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and David Cameron and others on the Advisory Board for the Post Twenty fifteen developments agenda. What was the H._I._V.? AIDS situation like back then as compared to now we discussed is that not abandoned the Millennium Development Goals because they were unfinished business on the role of women in development and especially those that H._i._v. was not over and it should be inherited into the sustainable development goals so that's why we now have a big agenda where we have still the promised to end aids as a global health threat. It's still there and we know that we can do that. When we also spoke about these issues it was about the role of women in society society? I really feel sad to know that six thousand two hundred adolescent girls and young women are infected every week and they are phone available because it's also part of an equal power relations. It is about sex it's about violence. Sometimes it's about lack of resources it's about nonconsensual sex and we spoke at that commission a lot about addressing the needs and the roles of these young people in this society is is to give them voice to give them power and to be part of development but when we see the increase of new infections H._i._v. in these groups we have to say that we are not doing good enough on all levels and also to make sure that we can end this figures but we have to do better actually hosa deputy secretary general I mean Mohammed was part of this commission. We also spoke about violence against women and it is not only about mass violence. It's not only about rape. It's also about domestic violence so there are many reasons.

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One in two Venezuelan families on the move face drastic choices to survive

UN News

04:54 min | 1 year ago

One in two Venezuelan families on the move face drastic choices to survive

"This is Matt Wells at U._N.. News continued flow of Venezuelans out of their countries to be expected U._N.. Humanitarian said on Friday highlighting the many risks faced by families on the move such as begging child labor and even so-called survival sex in in an interview with you and uses Samuel Mungai U N Refugee Agency spokesperson. It's th Russell explains that one into families have encountered problems on their perilous journeys. Well it was a survey that was done about just under eight thousand families and we're asking and the about what they had gone through on the journey from Venezuela to whatever country they were in and I think what we really highlighted is about half of the people we spoke to the veil. Their family members suffered specific risks because maybe if the range. Because of their gender because of all the needs all because they'd had to resort to what we call negative coping mechanisms that essentially means resorting to things like begging sending their children to work in some cases view of in some cases resorting assaulting two survival sex many of them reported having to use up all their savings to make the journey to ask for loans so we're identifying what the risk thing going through from that point of view but we also asked him what kind of experiences they had bottleneck journey and they talked about maybe facing robbery being assaulted facing intimidation and threats so that's what we were looking at what they had faced on their journey and how many people have left Venezuela no well the calculation. which may have is the three point? Three million Venezuelans are currently in countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. That's a calculation. That's made approximately since about twenty fifteen. Globally overall four million Venezuelans are outside their country entering but that figure goes a bit further back so they're not all refugees and migrants to neighboring countries are struggling to shelter the influx of migrants. What has the agreement achieved so far well? This was a regular meeting of what's known as the Kito process which brings regional governor together to discuss issues. I'm one of the aims of the Kito processes to elaborate coordinated responses because it's very important that the treatment the documentation that the different countries give to Venezuelans is coherent and doesn't differ too widely now that. Meeting the fourth meeting of the Kito process was in Buenos Aires on the fifth of July. They agreed a roadmap to really drive forward this regional response so I would say it's early days yet but one of the things that both we and the international organization with migration highlighted because we worked together. Venezuelan situation is the agreement to harmonize their processes to have documentation process to really work to strengthen Louis access of Venezuelans to basic services aid groups that helping these migrants and refugee people well. There are many partners. The refugee agency works with the region response plan itself involves ninety s partner's different agencies NGOs civil society. Society it will vary U._N._H._C._R. in conducting the survey was not just U._N._H._C._R. staff it was also partners carrying out the interviews according to standardize model so that the information can be gathered can be put into a central database and can be analyzed in order. I have much better informed responses to help the governments themselves in their decision making in how to help Venezuelans and the host communities where the Venezuelans silence of living is there any local authorities that helping out is the local government ticket initiative on top of the international community in helping migrants but we would say everywhere the work of municipalities have local governments is absolutely key because they are the closest. is to the local people who live that the local people who are hosting these Venezuelans so the role of municipalities is absolutely key. Were highlighting this across the world the U._N.. Refugee Agency has a program. That's called cities of light and two hundred plus so far have signed up for it is whether the municipalities really committing to helping refugees within their midst and also working to support the host communities the local people who are helping the Venezuelans as well look in terms of the solution to this people well. I think what we're looking at is a continued flow out of the country. The situation is clearly evolving now something that's been happening for the past few years so some of the Venezuelans will be.

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"society society" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"society society" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And butter anyhow so fred so fred started making both for some more friends became mm famous and began the bear archery comfortable my dad. I have his bow from before I was born coming back from World War Two. They're looking for escape an atom Gina Brian Everyone when you attach yourself itself to this primitive earthly sticking string and you if you want to hit the bullseye or the deer in the heart for conservation and food and the back then essential sustenance once once you knock that Arrow and you're looking at what you WanNa hit the world is gone. It is definitive soul-cleansing origins of Zan Samurai you either Bruce Lee with the great spirit or you buy chicken first vallance looking for another me. It's sauce doughy Joey Gay and it's it's so it only issue yes the moments where so we live in. It's always been this way but now tenfold. Everything is coming at us all the time. We never really appreciate whatever's in front of us because something's going on. I mean I got eat with my son. He's eating. He's looking up at the basketball game. That's on the flat panel. That's off above the guys cooking over there so he's half enjoying join the eating but he's half in gauged warriors gaffe asked every th right hand no such thing no you're right. You're right there and I think people jump out of airplanes for that reason yeah. Some people do drugs race cars race cars for that reason sex for that reason X. Indoors cars race car the Bo we're all looking sex race cars with a bow and Arrow the escape will so this gape is escape is is built into us the synthesized escape which is the T._v. with this rugs not escape well. What a way of saying I don't WanNa go truck around in in the brush with Ted nugent and I don't WanNa meet him? Et his cabinet at four A._M.. And I want to do any of that but I'll pop a pill and see if I can simulate that now no way well you get some version of it but it never works it. Never last I mean it's essentially it's like taking a Viking for back pain like it's it. It may work that ten minutes but it eventually you're taking sixty vicadin and now you have more back pain like there is no getting around that whatever that feeling you have when you finish a marathon or were you shoot at you. hit a deer with a with a bow our with an air or you run a race or you whatever that is that owns you yes. It's if the outcome is beneficial title physically mentally and spirit fully Predator fighting fully. You're fighting. Society Society is trying to win that concentration and get paid for they lose.

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"society society" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"society society" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"If you're in Los Angeles, come to the Virgil, eight o'clock for big money. Come tonight. That's tonight. Yes. That is tonight. So if you're here, go out there, go the virgin, okay? Yeah. It'll be a good show a lot of fun money. Like you. Let people can win a lot of money when they get their big money. Well, like, they comedians like big money big money. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And is there it's been enjoying? Yeah. I did enjoy a tweet yesterday. Let me scroll up to it people's like comedy is a drug, but I've never moved to a new town and had to earn the chance to get high. All the comedians listening. That is very true. Yeah. Then can read a second one from a Laurie Kilmartin hilarious comedian here in Los? I guess it was text us reach out of texoma mom, and it said mama's having a Costco stroke at mom row. I just saw something in Costco, called but lacks seal. What? Now, I just saw something in Costco card for lax. No, no, no, no, no using the microphone, very difficult. Mob techs checks, all my mom text about possums. But really all right. Yeah. They plaguing your mother's. No. She is the fucking possum whisper. Wow. She. If people know the show, you she's a she's like a literal card carrying member of the American possum society society and have them, it's pets or they come. They come to her backyard, and she leaves food out in water, and she anthropomorphized them and acts like they were like, they escape genocide somewhere. She's like giving them refuge. It's she's got a whole thing. Where is this? This is north Hollywood. Okay. Yeah. It was going down over there. Been positives? Down down on your luck possums looking for help. Go check on my mom's yard, there's something endearing about him. I know the rat like, but they're kind of subtle uglier. And we're a third teeter Affleck. Crazy. That's like you'll the foot if they got some, you know, some veneers. Right. I fuck with a really ugly dog that like becomes cute because it's so ugly. All yeah. Yeah. I still don't like him though. Okay. Anything ugly? Okay. Wow. Weird to me out. Okay. No, no. It's fine mile. Yes. Where can people find you can find me follow me on Twitter and Instagram at miles of gray? A couple tweets I like one is from at beat man. Bam. It's a video. So I can't really tell his and it just says the captain's just because it's black history month, and it's like a marathon Trinidad and Tobago. And these two white women are like kind of at one into together like about to cross the finish line with their hands. Raise up and round. The back comes up this black woman fucking full sprint and just takes first place right under their Blau black history month, we're still here. The last day. Now other tweets are like from at Connor mcnutt. You know, love this content. Magnette it's a discussion little back and forth between Marie condo in the person says Marie condo. Nothing. Nothing in your life. Sparks joy me. No MK. Oh, my God credits. Roll. Is actually from our guest, Jason Burke at you. Pray. Jason thank who say because I have fucking agree with this whole heartedly says people who wear Nikes with the Dida socks were you raised by wolves wolves that dress like shit don't fuck around and makes your shoe and sought brands you look ridiculous. Keep a consistent. Thank you. Yeah. That focus spoke to me directly to my heart. So I thank you for. It's raising your voice in this time. Thank you not. There's one issue. I could address in America.

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"society society" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"society society" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Studio. She's performing at zanies on wells comedian Paul five are Esquire. The host of singles only podcasts is also here because he is prepping for the interview he's going to do with her this week is. We're going to be recording this week so excited. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I'm oh, that's well. You didn't invite me? Yeah. I don't know why. Because gene. Yeah. Whatever. So Jeannie Dugan. And I take an Kelsey half. We all rotate as his voice of treason. Well, you're the only voice of treason. Why am I names because yours is? You. All right. Johnny Sanchez gave you that. Appreciate that. I've been married for nineteen years this year, which is kind of ridiculous. I I got lucky. I I'm where he's a unicorn who farts rainbows. Like those unicorns. My God here. I'll tell you Valentine's Day. Did you hear this story? I was out of town. I came in to that. So I picked up my son from high school because my son's fifteen but so pick him up, and we're like fighting through traffic and see was calling. He's like, hey, where are you guys in like, oh, we'll be home soon. I walk in the door with Griffin. My son was my husband was in the basement with Declan. We have a therapy swing and I walk in and the dining room is filled with flowers and not just flowers like the flowers. He recreated my wedding bouquet like the the table settings from our wedding, and like balloons and my favorite chocolate like this like high and low Jay chocolate like all this stuff, and there all kinds of cards and everything. Honestly, I walk backwards. We have to go now because I had forgotten about Valentine's Day. Oh all day long. People have been calling and say happy valentines day. Had emails. Heavy von Mike here. I was wearing like purple because I don't wear red ballot. Herbals kind of in essence, so yeah, it was a lot of pressure and not only that on top of that my mom we live in the same building. We have these buildings called to flats. So we live in two separate apartments. He bought her flowers. I can. Yeah. It was insane. So that's why I'm the voice of treason because I yeah. And I, and I I the honest, I don't think you can have what I have. That's don't. It's my ex-boyfriends tax and analyze how they're missing me. Myself now. So so what I've learned from Paul's show from the single podcast is that so there'd be people who like we'll have have back to back dates in the same night. Have you had any of those situations? Never. Okay. I can't. It's weird idle double bookings double booking since I've been divorced almost four years now and since then. I have dated. God, I go back spectating. I think the most I've done was like dated a guy for a month, then dated another guy. Okay. I seven months, and then took a year and a half off because it was scarring. I was in love with the guy. And he was like it was a cop. He was just noncommittal. It was Har I love with him. And then I took a year and a half off. Then I did it another cop for four months. And then I know no, no hated him for a month. But we knew each other for that year. I was getting over the other cop. Right. And then it was his partner zelikow for now. But these are all. Never did the dating apps because I I my my cousin wants showed it, smells like this. Looks like homework. I can't do it. And I have I have the I need to be like friends with the guy. I don't know. I just didn't feel it. And I met, and I had a friend while I was seeing the cop, and we became very close, but he's gone through a divorce. So friends in weird places for about a year. We just ended it. Oh, man. We didn't see I was never really with him. So it was like. And so I haven't liked dated back to back date the date today thing like having diety about that. I'm a flirty person. So I'll be like cheeky with a lot of people that make sense. I won't go like a flirting like that. That might be a problem. Speaky might be weird. I'll be flirty with like guys. But like I won't I can't do date to date back to back because I I I'm not I'm not in it. If if I like, you I wanna be new I want you text me every morning every night throughout the day. That's it. But I have not been I just haven't been into that. Let's go on a date, my girlfriend's from work and Mike the squads of all tried to set me up. Oh, no. And the guy who tried to set me up with. We have this job. There's one guy. He's a great guy. I was dating a coffee like you should just dump him. He's always cancel on you. The girl goes, I got a guy for you. I mean, he's not like relationship material, maybe good for throngs. And so wait. So you want me to exchange bad for worse. I got my cousin recently. She texted me. She's like I have a guy for you. If you're looking he's been sober twelve years. How's the first thing? You say like sends me the pick jars interest said. Nope. Interested in being alone. Yeah. I mean and another being sober. I mean, like, that's great speed great thing. But it's just interesting that cattle. Yeah. To have that be like what's his name? What he does what he likes doing? Why why they think that you might have fun together? Yeah. That's that's be the conversation. Yes. I think you know, if he has kids, it's a great thing. I think I'm also so turned off by I have a lot of guy friends who are in these relationships with women, and they have multiple, you know, like like this go on this going on it. I was telling you people open relationships man, I see that. And then I see, you know, people who are in marriages who are either extremely happy or extremely not happy. And I'm just. I really want this. Marriage is an outdated institution. We've very. Okay. Well, why don't I don't? I don't believe I do believe in. I believe I'm let's say I never say never, but I believe in old school romance and love, and I've been believe in monogamy faithful that I could find the person that can be with monogamous for a long term. But I will I will say that. It's I don't I don't know. I haven't had I had someone I was with for a long time, and I fell out of it. And I didn't want to cheat on him. So I said we eat divorce. Right. And it was very difficult for him to hear that. Well, an odyssey. That's the part. That's the hardest is hard for people actually go down natural. Yeah. Monogamy isn't natural for human beings. Society society sociological choice have said, yeah, you have a choice choice. It's kind of like you could you could go to the bathroom outside. But we choose to go to the bathroom. I like that. That's a better price is still go out savage. Ready to go outside because there's a toilet right in there. Right. Banged the girl across the street, but you're not going to because I'm in here. Exactly, you're married. I'm the choice that you make to be a class of human life. Even if like partner like the certificate doesn't even matter. I just. I I have friends who are have a friend a couple in mind that they I look at them like, yeah. You got it. They have it their best friends. They don't you can tell that. They don't second guess each other. And that's what that might be. Pretend let's say. Could break more with our guests. So we have a shell. Traders performing at zanies this week goes eight dot com for information and Paul far. We'll we'll deal with him later. More in a moment on seven twenty WGN. There's another.

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"society society" Discussed on Off The Pill

Off The Pill

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"society society" Discussed on Off The Pill

"Which was coming culture back then and stuff like that sense. What I'm saying in the whole reason why I brought it up is like is crazy. Yeah. Isn't it crazy to think and it goes back to like facts, right? Right. Like, we know for a fact right now, that's gross to me. I mean, I think so, but we're doing it on camera, and this will live forever. We know that it's discussing right now to people what or particularly both. But like, I'm just saying, isn't it crazy to think that one day, it might not be too? Guess not exactly. That's what I that's what I think you think it won't that is so crazy mostly I would say most people even people listening. Probably think we're crazy. But like, it's true. If you really think about it. Yeah. That many years ago people thought it was crazy that black people were on the same level as everyone else even Asian. That's true. Yeah. Same thing with a especially gay people. It was illegal and now it's legal. Yeah. Go back like one hundred hundred on my history, but how many years and tell him there's gonna be a black president. This slave ancestor is going to be in charge of all you guys guarantee. Nobody would believe that. Nobody would be like disgusting. But it's yours is your what if what if in the future where saying Dan that pedophile disgusting, you're sick, you desert, shotguns, normal. And then right this scariest. I see what you're saying. Yeah. It's crazy to think that that could happen. It's not impossible. It's not impossible things imposs- because it's happened. It started off with gays like being okay? Like being homophobia was a big deal. It was wrong to be homophobic. Like, it was it wasn't. And then it slowly we saw the change growing. I don't know about you. But for me like you could say the F AG. You could say that because I even said in a video back then and nobody blinked about it, actually when I even said that word it doesn't bother junior high. Yeah. Like, it wasn't a bad. It wasn't. I didn't even tie that with the either. Actually, I just said it because was like came. And and then I stopped seeing. Exactly. Yeah. Because we're following the rules. Yeah. Society society. Yeah. But like even even now like just seeing the progression of like, I guess the most recent one in our lifetime generation is the key thing. But it wasn't that you'd you. It was just gay and lesbian. Yes. And then after that when that start movements aren't happening, then transgenders and that's happening right now. I think in I'm talking like law large fees, it's becoming a very normal and modern thing. And then there's people finding back. There's always going to be people, especially because it doesn't go with like if they believe that's what I'm saying. So at what point does it become not trying? So let me just say I'm not tying this like I'm not saying a pedophile is a like a gay person. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You're pathetic types of combinations of people and in. Yeah. In that we'd looked at as being wrong and disgusting. And I just thought it was it was just a weird thought actually that's why for me when you ask me the inside the incest jewel thing..

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The Pain Of Hating Our Faults

Jamesone Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

The Pain Of Hating Our Faults

"How could we improve things that make us feel adequate unless? Our physical mental deficiencies can make us feel like an outcast in the society the praises the confident and brash. The truth of the matter is what the stop believing that lie. But are so forth is determined by being more like a societal norms. Only thing we must change the but us as unhealthy vices we practice that takes toll on our physical and mental health. We're all pulling this earth for a reason could make a difference almost life without the need for Papa circumstance. It's natural the feeling needed. We're not like most of society. Society has many cries people wanting to feel loved wanted. Appreciate it and worthy. Our folks are highlighted. What? Specific position in life. We blame our falls. It will become bitter resentful. I employ you to understand that harping on our faults. We make our despair that much harder to feet. We're not like most society, and that's okay. It's imperative to make a difference in the reality. We can control and the community. We can make a difference. Helping those who also have pain and faults mix picker difference then trying to placate tort broader audience in an attempt. For acceptance resist vices resists of hatred and appreciate our foles was tells us at any person can positive asset near genuine kind loving and Carrington themselves and one another.

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"society society" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"society society" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Eric how thin, you know? You also have to go back and think about like who created that gold standard. So we're trying to do research in a standard that was never meant for us any damn way. So us. As black women. We have a responsibility to create our own standards to publish our own work support each other in that process, and then that method, and then our stories will be told in the way that they need it. Well, let me rephrase day our stores will be broadcast in the minute. They need to be broadcast in because what we don't need to do is tell stories for other people you need to allow people to tell their own stories create a platform. So they can articulate whatever it is. That has been ailing them in people even also failure. Is there inside a prison? It's the same hierarchy as outside of prison. So when I was incarcerated the white women had the better living quarters, better jobs and black women black and Brown. Women. Can't forget my Brown folks out here in in the world in the struggle, even though sometimes they act like they they not us. Society society told him a little different. But they haven't accepted yet. You know what I'm saying? Yes, they subscribe. I'm gonna say a little bit more than subscribing. Because they Jim Jones somebody as you know, what I'm saying. So. So. So for me, it's about making sure that you recognize that all of the systems in place at I think people in academia suffer with that. A lot of times is you try to function in the confines of something that setup when it wasn't set up for you. Anyway, so you are trying to create these that fit into this framework that was set up without you a man because we could even go like institutions was setup for to educate white men. It wasn't even set up to educate women at all. And they have not done anything different other than except you incident institution, but they've made no concessions. They've made no adjustments to say, okay. We're going to educate people outside of just white men. So I think that that. But me, that's what it all boils down to. And it starts with. It's like, I don't think inside the backs. You know, we were taught date you have to be inside of this box. But if you just shattered at boxing you start wherever. You want to be you know, the sky's the limit literally. And I also think that it is that for us. We need to be hyper vigilant all the time about creating these bases recognizing where our voices are missing. And then insert voices. Any which way we can doesn't matter. Right. It just does not matter. So I mean, for instance, for me, I teach at a p w y and so. Predominantly white institution. Yes. Yeah. Also known as the plantations as I like to call it because let's just keep a real, right? It's an academic isn't academic plantation. That's what it is. And so as as the only black woman professor at this PWI I line. When I walk into a classroom, and the majority of my students, do not look like me, then I have to make sure that they get an accurate picture of how the system the criminal Justice system impacts African Americans primarily in all people of color, and I get pushed back when I do that. But there is as I explained to the students. There is no way you can go through a criminal Justice program, though. I know some of them do and in other places, there's no way you can go through a criminal Justice program and not understand how people color are impacted because when he comes with criminal Justice, people of color are the system. All right. And so and and when I got there there was no class on women in a criminal Justice system. So why create a one and I've been teaching him for the last five years that I've been there. So again, it's all about finding just creating those spaces in is our duty. Like we have to be hyper vigilant about that. So. I'm going to ask one question, then I'm going to change gears a little bit..

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"society society" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"society society" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

"Yeah. We have to outlaw swift hands at my middle school. Wow. So that's just part of us. Yeah. What we let weight. Well, we have to learn how to do is prioritize the happiness of the people that we care about over the fleeting and temporary happiness of busing with some new pussy. And once you've learned how to do that because life is a marathon. Right. Life is a long time. And most people you meet in your life and shit men and women when you have somebody that is shit. That is worth it. You really need to start moving other people out of the way to fight for so prioritize, those people and sometimes as men have is that we build as hard for us to come back on a lot of people suffer for it. But. Women. You guys have a responsibility to have a responsibility to be strong and not naive and not to assign blame about all of the choices that you make on a bunch of people that you know, she. That's an important part is a budget choices that you make are not the fault of a bunch of men. They don't control your minds. They don't control y'all bodies. Y'all got too much to offer the world to make these guys all the the the reasons for unhappiness that you have leave. What do you wanna do life guy be about being more than a wife in the mother that socialization too? When we socialize guys not to cry like that your life has to be more about about more than having a family has to be more about making somebody else's. You has to be about what Marissa's and Brittany wanna give to the society society? If you never see another Pena's, again, what you want your life to have meant. And I'm telling you if you concentrate on that type of stuff, and I'm not trying to father, nobody. But if you concentrate on that, the manager meet will be just it'll be gravy. Yeah. I agree. You know what I'm saying? It'll be it'll be gravy Reverend life people thought Britain on the pocket people's I van I know you go get at girl hail man for that might nine every book read the book, judge not just look at the. Backup. But no. Seriously, read the book, your journey has been interesting. Are you okay? Hundred percent, you're one hundred percent, okay. I mean, what more do I what more do? I want out of life. All I can do is be present. That's all I can do the past and future. All just in my mind like my imagination like they're not here. I'm here now. So it's like, I think with this book and just with everything else. It's like, I have really understood the responsibility, I have for my own happiness, and again, however link which my power and gave men all of these like, let them be try to be the scapegoat. And it's like really what they all did is send Britney back to look inward. So that's why I I don't say like, what's the one thing you take from this book? But I just hope people do understand that our thoughts create our reality. So. So of course, like, of course, if I even if something I'm thinking is unpleasant, and I'm not gonna speak it. You know, they say like, you know, how the glasses have your full you just be happy have fucking glass. And it's just where I'm at so bar. Why people Bernie of? Why are you clapping? You're yo-. You consider yourself to be white Mercer self-indulgence talking about this yesterday. That's enough on. Bernie renner. Thank you for joining us Mercer Mendes. Thank you for sitting down there. 'cause I didn't wanna make it seem like it was just me here. I need some. We out..

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"society society" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"society society" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Forty two degrees forty they just two don't degrees buy they just two that's don't right buy two two that's right hours two hours in two hours in two we call hours seven we call large seven mouth that large weighed thirty mouth five that way pounds thirty five would pounds have mercy and of course davey and of course five davey and i caught five to and i caught which to is about to which he's is about about two and he's a half about times two better and a half than times me better than me which i thought was which significant i thought was significant our facial is that our fishing somebody is was that open somewhere to it was open the to public the stories to the public like story a is like a call and you call can look and up on you can the look them up on the on the internet it's on called the internet the king it's fisher called the kingfisher society society and it's private and it's private but i say so but in the i program say so in the program but it's it but is it's and it i is in an in i my in book in that my i've been book promoting that i've so been promoting often so this morning often this morning there's a chapter there's in a the chapter book about in the that book and about it's called that and it's called the best bass the best fishing bass lake fishing in the world lake in the world and i believe and it is i on believe my it is best on my day best there day one there special one day special day i caught fifty i caught fifty bass over bass five pounds over five lord pounds of mercy lord of mercy yeah it's yeah laurel hill laurel hill look them up laurel look at hill laurel north carolina hill north carolina it's called the it's kingfisher called the kingfisher society society they let four they people let four a day people fish a day that's all fish that's all oh lord lord about the book about you the said book there's an audio you version said there's an coming audio out version coming out yes we'll be doing the audible next tuesday your voice yes i'm going yes to read it i'm myself going to read it myself.

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"society society" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"society society" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Forty two degrees forty they just two don't degrees buy they just two that's don't right buy two two that's right hours two hours in two hours in two we call hours seven we call large seven mouth that large weighed thirty mouth five that way pounds thirty five would pounds have mercy and of course davey and of course five davey and i caught five to and i caught which to is about to which he's is about about two and he's a half about times two better and a half than times me better than me which i thought was which significant i thought was significant our facial is that our fishing somebody is was that open somewhere to it was open the to public the stories to the public like story a is like a call and you call can look and up on you can the look them up on the on the internet it's on called the internet the king it's fisher called the kingfisher society society and it's private and it's private but i say so but in the i program say so in the program but it's it but is it's and it i is in an in i my in book in that my i've been book promoting that i've so been promoting often so this morning often this morning there's a chapter there's in a the chapter book about in the that book and about it's called that and it's called the best bass the best fishing bass lake fishing in the world lake in the world and i believe and it is i on believe my it is best on my day best there day one there special one day special day i caught fifty i caught fifty bass over bass five pounds over five lord pounds of mercy lord of mercy yeah it's yeah laurel hill laurel hill look them up laurel look at hill laurel north carolina hill north carolina it's called the it's kingfisher called the kingfisher society society they let four they people let four a day people fish a day that's all fish that's all oh lord lord about the book about you the said book there's an audio you version said there's an coming audio out version coming out yes we'll be doing the audible next tuesday your voice yes i'm going yes to read it i'm myself going to read it myself.

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"society society" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"society society" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Conversation on pointed out uh to one reporter obviously when these things come come in on people reporters who actually know me are annoyed with me for never having told them but i'm not all talk about site conversations um but two things the fact that i had the private conversation is the secrets what i told them i have been screaming from the rooftop the good thing about me is what i tell people privately in what i say publicly pretty much a one to one man what would you get with the culture and that's actually very we're seeing in politics and in the media so that's one of the reasons ice appreciate you and and you said something this week's about this book and about some of the fall out and that had to do with the president um surrounding himself with his family members a one explained that with you because look at how being betrayed by so many people it it sort of makes sense too you know if you can trust somebody you can trust your daughter you can trust trust your suddenly you can trust your son doesn't that makes sense not according to the book i mean again and who knows how much of this is true but it also makes i and i don't know if it's true but it makes some downs what wolf says ears since um jeered an guy are are being um look that in these special counsel investigation uh and could be in trouble they deflect attention from the cells by saying oh no it's all it's all trump it's all trump i mean one of the ways to think that some of the i obviously i've i've practiced law and and worked for doj and the senate judiciary committee i know lots of lawyers um so i've been quite disappointed in the legal staffing um take rod rosenstein uh i don't know him he's probably a perfectly nice person um but the washington lawyers will all tell you oh know he's fantastic he president of the federalist society society's harvard which i admit sounds like a great cringe will i was engaged two eight dui president of the federal is anxiety at harvard in fact not route rod rosenstein here's a life is in washington the he is.

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