35 Burst results for "Tamara"

"tamara" Discussed on The School of Greatness

The School of Greatness

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on The School of Greatness

"Life through this specific theme today. It's going to be powerful, so let's go ahead and dive in. You mentioned you shouldn't think about the smart goals, what should we be thinking about on how to set our goals and dreams for our life? Yeah, so, so goals are tricky. I would say that, you know, there's nothing inherently wrong with the smart goals technique, et cetera. There is definitely a lot wrong with the visioning of, oh, this is what I, you know, let me sit here and make a vision board and a mood board about my 5 year plan. My best piece of advice is let's just start with tomorrow. Okay, let's just start with Tamara as opposed to, oh, what do I want to do in 5 years and my vision board and my mood board and all that stuff? How would the person you want to become? Again, it's about living according to your values and nobody can tell you what your values are, how would the person you want to become spend their time? And by blocking out that time to say, you know what? Yes, I have a dream that someday I'll write a novel. I have a dream that I'll get my PhD. I'll get a dream dream that I'll have

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Kharkiv residents refuse to leave war-damaged homes

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Kharkiv residents refuse to leave war-damaged homes

"Hundreds of people in Ukraine's second largest city are living in flats that have been wrecked by Russian attacks According to the kharkiv regional military administration more than 2500 residential buildings have been destroyed or damaged in the area by Russian shelling 1500 of which are ruined completely However hundreds of people still stay in half ruined quarters Tamara arbu kova tells the AP she's definitely not leaving for anywhere not even to family no no she says I won't abandon my home We've been here since 1968 It was my parents flat Some went away for a while and returned while others like construction worker Alexander stress half cough never left I'm Charles De

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"tamara" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on Latino USA

"Of self teaching in some ways and a lot of it is just practicing on skin. A lot of that is practicing on yourself. And like all permanent body art, Tamara's tattoos grew and evolved with life. The idea of the body as a living archive is central to Tamara's work. Tattooing is so layered and tattooing is so complex and the work that I'm most excited about is really examining how different bodies are differently inscribed with meaning and how we can meet that and shift that and empower ourselves. In their recent book, could this be magic tattooing as liberation work? Tamara explores how tattooing can be a tool to document cultural histories and help clients heal from trauma. Their current work focuses on the legacy of tattooing within the prison system. To walk us through the art of tattooing and all the potential it holds. Tamara is going to take it from here. I've always been interested in bodily adornment and in outward expression of identity. And so when I first moved to New York, it was because I wanted to go to school for fashion design. I was really interested in clothing and communicating through clothing, and I thought that that's what I wanted to do. But when I got here, I became pretty clear that I wasn't interested in design or a manufacturing or in clothing trends that sort of cycle of production. I was more interested in craft. And things that were handmade and in things that were.

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"tamara" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on Latino USA

"That sense. It's Latino USA. I'm Mariano Jose. Today, imagining the possibilities of body art, with tattoo artist, Tamara santibanez. On a street corner in New York City, there's a glass door with an orange flower painted on it. It looks like a sunflower. It's open, it's bright and inviting. Hi. This is flower world, a tattoo studio in Brooklyn's east Williamsburg neighborhood. It has beautiful windows, it's on a corner, so we get a lot of natural light, which is really special. And we have tons of plants. And this is Tamara Santi bannis. A Mexican American tattoo artist, writer, and oral historian. They're one of the artists who work in the studio. I started working here in the summer of 2020 because the shop that I was at closed because of the pandemic. I was like, is it so delusional to think that we can do this safely? Tamara went four months without touching needle and ink to skin. That was a first in their 13 year long career. But giving up tattooing entirely was never in the cards. It's like riding a bicycle. I started doing it again and it all comes back to you. They've been tattooing since their early 20s. They're designs are typically in black and gray often featuring images that draw from their cultural heritage, and from the counter cultural punk scenes that they embraced in the early 2000s. Tamara is covered in tattoos they've collected over the years, delicate script work, flowers, crosses, daggers, hearts, skulls. Some pieces were done by friends and colleagues and many others were done by themselves. I had, you know, like many songs been doing a lot of homemade tattooing and sort.

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Dr. Sam Pappas: The Science Community Has Shown to Be Inhumane

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:11 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Sam Pappas: The Science Community Has Shown to Be Inhumane

"You came in here to discuss your COVID action plan, we're going to talk about the update that I've just received from your lovely colleague Tamara. Let's begin it right there. As a medical professional as a scientist, how dangerous is it for one individual to say, I represent science and I mustn't be questioned. It just reminds me of what the Greeks said about hubris, right? And it's been 90 seconds and he's already brought up the Greeks. That you beat your record. That's impressive. That's good. But you're right. This is the definition of hubris. And you know, you and I talk about the humanities and education and I believe in the noble critique from within, but the science community has really shown to be anti humane. Right. And to think that one person or one organization has all the answers, I mean, many, many of my colleagues are really scratching their heads now. And people in my small circle of healthcare providers and super moms, we saw this ahead of the curve, but now the group has been enlarging and many people are seeing these

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Canadian Mother Faces 10 Year Prison Sentence for Freedom Protest

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:01 min | 10 months ago

Canadian Mother Faces 10 Year Prison Sentence for Freedom Protest

"Canada, Canada remains a major issue I want to dive into. Isn't it interesting how Republican senators are far more interested in what's happening in Ukraine than what's happening in Canada. And Canada, they're like, oh, yeah, whatever it's fine that the entire basically domestic Canadian military was mobilized against Canadian citizens. People trying to film on the streets were arrested and were assaulted. People were run over, literally. On the streets of Canada, the organizer of the Canadian convoy, someone by the name of Tamara or Tamara lich has been denied bail. She's a mother. She's threatened with ten years in prison for wanting her daughter to grow up in a free Canada. It was a nice goal, but wrong country. They don't want it. Now what's amazing and I'm still trying to I'm still trying to make sense of this. Is do the people of Canada support this?

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"tamara" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show

The Small Business Radio Show

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show

"There's a lot of fancy workflow tools out there that can also build automations into, but just having that simple process document is going to get you a very long way. I this is very exciting to talk about for me because I love writing process documents. I love giving step by step instructions and incredibly detailed instructions. Now I know who to call. Sure, absolutely. I'd be happy to do it. But yeah, writing those process documents in a way that somebody can follow step by step and you know the customer stories or nobody has to talk to anyone while they're following that process. That you could just hand it over to the next person that comes in. And they can follow step by step. It's really detailed work, but it pays off big time. Especially if the marketer that you might be working with or whoever's running your social media suddenly disappears tomorrow or another job. And if you don't know how to do it, they better have written down those processes and written down those workflows. And I think it's a lot easier for a new person to come in and then follow those processes and they won't get as frustrated. And the reason that people don't stay in jobs is I found is they don't have enough training and so they just leave and they go do something else and that would help that in this area as well. The last question I wanted to ask you, Tamara was about data analytics because so many people talk about data analytics, what kinds of things should I be looking at in my small business and analyzing so I can serve my customers better and have more success. Oh, goodness. We all love those vanity metrics, right? How many people or the traffic to our website or the number of likes on our social media posts?.

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DeRozan, Vucevic lead way as Bulls hold off Cavs 117-104

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

DeRozan, Vucevic lead way as Bulls hold off Cavs 117-104

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DeRozan, LaVine lead Bulls' 121-103 rout of LA; Davis tossed

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

DeRozan, LaVine lead Bulls' 121-103 rout of LA; Davis tossed

"Tamara to rose and scored a season high thirty eight points and the bulls won out the Lakers won twenty one to one oh three want to be successful you know just go out there compete have fun with my teammates and logo everything when I struggle to come up with a victory in the home that's our job every single night I just started my job Chicago made fifteen three point shots to only six four Los Angeles Lonzo ball scored twenty seven points also a season high making seven baskets from downtown tailing Horton Tucker finished with twenty eight points to top the Lakers mark Myers Los Angeles

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"tamara" Discussed on The Best Advice Show

The Best Advice Show

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Best Advice Show

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"tamara" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Product Experience

"So one of the is that i had fairly early in my career is exactly that i would be like. Hey who are best customers. Who should we be focusing this launch on or go to market strategy on and i'd go to the data team with this like really open ended question and they'd be like we have no idea where to start. We have so much data available to us and so i've actually worked to build a model. It's called the mapp framework or the map model. That helps to simplify this really. Put it back in the hands of the product manager or the product marketer rather than say the data team or some sort of fancy software and so in that model is simplified it so and stands for measure volume where you wanna start by really understanding. Who do you have today. If you look at your customer base or even look at all of the customers you've ever had or all of the trailers who do you have the because this is a really great sign that they have been attracted to you that you're solving some sort problem for them but you don't wanna just stop there because just because you have a lot of customers doesn't mean that they're your best customers 'cause we have proven anything except that you have a lot of them and so that's where the second stage where you're analyzing performance really comes in because we wanna understand of these groups of customers that we have a lot of. Are they performing as well as or better than the average customer because if we can prove that and we can isolate those clusters of customers who you have a lot of and perform. Well the more that you're able to multiply that group of customers. Meaning you have more of them in your customer base unless of everyone else then. You're naturally going to bring up all of those other business metrics right and so then your growth business is gonna rise as well violated the last piece which is a little bit more externally focused rather than internally focused..

"tamara" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Thank you so much for joining us for the conversation today We've really been looking forward to it. Thanks so much for having me. I saw you top just recently at the empower conference and it was fantastic and said we need to have you on on the podcast to learn more about this but before we jump into the topic of hand which is about identifying multiplying your best customers. He keeps a little bit of background for anyone who didn't attend the conference or see you talk somewhere else. What do you do and how did you get into the whole world of product and strategy. Yeah for sure so I'm currently the chief strategy officer over unveils which is a landing page conversion intelligence platform i small to mid sized businesses and i really got into that strategy role making my way through the world of product marketing. So i've been doing product marketing for about ten years. That's my discipline in my craft. But i released subscribed to a more strategic philosophy around product marketing and have been at the forefront of championing that really across the world was one of the founding members of the product marketing alliance and really helped to drive this idea of product. Marketing isn't just about working with a product manager to write a blog post or the website copy..

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"tamara" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Product Experience

"So really the last time. I saw you in real life. You're just finishing up the a customer research. How did it go. Yeah i was doing some field research and it didn't go the way expected it to you. I did learn a lot but it was more about who we shouldn't target rather than here we should. That's always annoying. But i've got treat for you today. We all know that understanding your customer segments can be really really rewarding when it goes well but also really hard to get it right and don't unbalanced chief strategy officer tomorrow kaminsky give a great talk on the topic a few weeks back and whose complete with a really easy things that you can put straight into practice. And she was so great. And i just asked her to join us here to dig into it more..

"tamara" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Next few days, so Nina show and tell the feeling inside of more chances to win coming up this morning as well, but we could give it away right here. 8900 bucks. Good morning, Tamara. How are you? Oh, good morning. I'm doing well, How about you in jail? We're doing good. Kev is here, too. He's doing well. Servant. I didn't mean to leave you out. I just was laughing at what they remind me of my brother and nice. Well, you know, it's you reminder of her brother. Yeah, you'll reminds me of me and you remind me of my brother. Oh, that's funny. Okay, guys, you guys you guys are cats Last day is Friday anyway. It's true. Oh, we'll miss you, Kevin. We really know miss you. I'll miss I'll miss everything about all of this. Talk about it. It's hard to think about. I know nothing about it. We're going to crank call him all the time of the year. Then the person coming in. We have somebody else that's going to come in and be like our third wheel here or whatever, like we're all you know the same. But we call them new person. We're going to help new person for a long time. Oh, forget it. So, listen. Here we go. Um This is for $8900. Here comes your noise. 10 seconds on the clock. $8900 camera. What's that noise? I think it's steam being let out like a garment steamer, or, you know, a steam iron. Something like that. Okay, Okay. Okay. I know what you're saying there and you're saying I'm sorry. That's not it. I'm sorry. Home. I know. I know. It was a good guess so we'd like to the next person then please do don't give up and keep checking the guesses. On.

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"tamara" Discussed on The Bible and Coffee

The Bible and Coffee

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Bible and Coffee

"Most. This is in the conclusion. Most dangerous deal. We sometimes exchange our relationship with the living. God bread heritz to static roles. This tendency shows up in our theological language. Vange of evangelism describe are standing forgotten in terms of forensic justification while there's nothing wrong with a doctrine a cast our connection to god in terms of rules not relationship but as pre-bus bang. Rd's grace and faith. Our relationship markers and not forensic degrees all uc starts to define a relationship not explain a contract or court. Ruling holiness is a relational in not forensic term on my not how i struggled with be holy as i am holy. I've always been. That's always been a rule for me like that's a rule. I can't adhere to. I can't grasp but it is a relationship with my creator. My lord savior in. So when i had that relationship. That's where my holiness comes in. Yes because without the relationship he can't make you holy and that's what happens. You don't do it he he. Does it our candidates in rules of a relationship. Incorrectness over community means that we are often willing to sacrifice relationships on the altar of roles. Hang you how many times have i done that. How many times have i done that. And the sad part is we're being in lot and i'm probably gonna do it later. Today is definitely tamara. We you know this is one of those things that this this thought this. This y of viewing things is is going to Require purposeful thought and and and a purposeful change and a a purposeful new way of reading scripture and studying and looking at things and The thing that comes to my mind first is that it might be good to practice that Think before you speak right and give yourself time to process and think about what you're looking at and doing instead of just opening your mouth and letting what you know and what you've been taught that may not be quite it out. Have you heard the prayers of a small town that are so beautiful like it's so relationship oriented and didn't we become older his dear lord. Thank you for this day. Thank you for what you've given us. They gave for the blessings blah blah blah blah.

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Olympic Stories More Lovely Than Silver and Costly Than Gold

The BreakPoint Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Olympic Stories More Lovely Than Silver and Costly Than Gold

"The olympics ended. Sunday night though. Many of us hardly noticed they were on hard to cheer for athletes representing our country. Who don't seem to actually like our country that plus the insufferable push to sexualize. These games have just turned many of us off. Well that's a shame because there really were a number of inspiring athletes. That were competing in tokyo. This year their performances in their stories are worth knowing and were celebrating like sydney mclaughlin after winning the gold in the four hundred meter hurdles last week. She said this what i have in christ is far greater than what i have or don't have in life. And she went on to say. I pray that my journey may be a clear depiction of submission and obedience to god. Another female runner who shocked the world was only a teenager. Adding mu won an olympic gold in the eight hundred meters as a nineteen year old. She's the first. Us woman to win the event since nineteen sixty eight and in an interview said this as a follower of christ our main goal is to live in the image of jesus in order to connect to god and then there's wrestler tamra a stock the first african american woman to win gold for the us in wrestling. Her interview after the olympics will bring a smile to the face of any american and her testimony of god's faithfulness just put it all in perspective back before the olympic. She told faith wire this. It's by the grace of god. I'm even able to move my feet. So i just leave it in his hands and i pray that all the practice my coaches put me through pays off and every single time it does mensa stock also noted that her dad well he would have been the loudest one in the room but tragically. He died in a car crash. After one of tamara's wrestling meets back in high school and he also likely would have approved of the way. His daughter responded after she won. Gold she said in an interview. That's now gone viral quote. I love representing the us. I love living here. i love it. And i'm so happy. I get to represent the usa another olympian who set a record despite incredible challenges. Four hundred meter sprinter allyson felix in tokyo. She earned the distinction of becoming the most decorated. us track star in history within medals over five olympics. however she almost didn't live to see this one she'd already won six gold medals three silvers before becoming pregnant back in two thousand eighteen faced with a choice between her career and her child. Allison chose the child and she endured a challenging pregnancy. That nearly took her life and the life of her unborn baby.

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"tamara" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"It's so heavy and yeah like i. I had this funny experience with his record where it's like on the one hand. It is personal and emotional and and there's relationships in it. But when i was writing it what i was really truly experiencing was this experience of climate grief in and i feel like people don't or i didn't feel like people would believe me that that some of the songs came from that place so you're going to perform a song for us. It's called robber. And i wanted to ask you. What are you writing about here. Who is being robbed and of what i mean. I feel like it's more. Like what am i not writing about You know i don't know i think. Obviously we live in a time when the literal future of life on earth is in peril. And it's so difficult to hold that in your mind and to understand that you know there are people who are choosing to make that worse People with a great deal of power. So i guess that's maybe what i was thinking of the most. I know just to sort of make it even more specific. I know you have mentioned on twitter that you also had a company or corporation like exxon mobil in mind when you were writing about this. Yeah well it's it's interesting and it's something that i've been thinking a lot about the last couple of years. I was born in the eighties. And you know. I learned about climate change when i was a small child. And and you know was as all of these documents. Have come out And this this truth of like exxon mobil in particular and several other fossil fuel companies that they knew that that they knew that this was real that like their own. Scientists discovered it like before. Nasa did and chose you know actively made a choice to create this misinformation campaign in like bury the science like for their own business model like that to me is just the most insane decision in human history and i mean i often think of if i was a historian looking back you know. What would i think about about the eighty s. When when there was this choice made to do the wrong thing actively yeah okay So i have a small ensemble with me. Evan.

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"tamara" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Coach listener supported w nyc studios. This is the new yorker radio hour co-production wnyc studios and the new yorker one of the year's most exciting releases. in india. music comes from the group known as the weather station. the record is called ignorance and it came out early in the year but if all goes as planned the weather station will go on tour with it. starting in september with bonnaroo. And then the pitchfork festival.

Biden: Social Media ‘Killing People’ With COVID Misinformation

Weekend Edition

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Biden: Social Media ‘Killing People’ With COVID Misinformation

"Describing Covid 19 as a pandemic of the unvaccinated, since the overwhelming majority of those now hospitalized or dying from the disease have not gotten the vaccine. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. Officials also pressing social media sides to take down misinformation. The White House says social media companies aren't doing enough to stop misinformation about covid vaccines from spreading like wildfire. And causing people not to get vaccinated. As he was preparing to board Marine One, president Biden was asked if he has a message for those social media platforms were killing people. I mean it really well, look. Only pandemics we have is among unvaccinated and that they're killing people. The White House notes that the counties and states with the lowest vaccination rates are driving the recent rise in covid cases. Those states are now also seeing new people sign up for vaccines at rates higher than the national average. Tamara Keith NPR

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"tamara" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Thank you so much for having me. The number nine is not in the united states constitution. Originally we only had six supreme court justices. We want to begin this fate of because of the historically unprecedented actions which the republicans have taken over the last five years to steal two supreme court seats. What do you say to people who say. This is a kind of maximalism. That's dangerous and crazy and wild. Well i would say that. The republicans just engaged in crazy. Why old overreach where justice. Scalia passed away The republicans decided they were going to keep the vacancy for fourteen months. And then after saying it was a sacred sank tradition. There were no confirmation starring election year. Twenty twenty when the lake. Great justice ginsburg passed away a week before the election. The republicans confirmed amy conybeare and so they stole two seats who is outrageous. And it's led to a six to three a court a which unfortunately will be in a position on civil rights women's right to choose environmental issues on voting rights issues to now overturn of settled law in our country that has been on the books to protect ordinary americans for generations. The judiciary supposed to be above politics. Justice is supposed to be neutral but that relies on a senate which puts america above. Its own power and since mitch. Mcconnell has been there we have not had that senate everything that matters from racial justice and allowing women control over our own bodies to holding those in power accountable when they commit crimes relies on a thoughtful neutral. Competent judicial system led by judges of integrity. The trump regime set america back decades in its assault on the judiciary. We need to follow in the footsteps of history and fundamentally reform our judicial system so that it lives up to the ideals the framers set for it we need to reject the partisan hacks in the senate who would gladly do this much harm to america. It matters it matters for all of us. Sorry not sorry is executive produced by listen milano. that's me. Our associate producer is been jackson editing and engineering by natasha's jacobs and music by josh cooke. Alicia eagle and milo bully ari. That's my boy. Please subscribe on spotify tunes or wherever you get your podcasts. And if you like the show please rate review and spread the word sorry..

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"tamara" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"I think the federalist society for those that don't know they are basically the short list that the gop oh goes by an order to point. Federal judges is basically put together by the federal society. I think they're just as dangerous as the nra. And i think we need to look at them as that and much like we were able to chip away the power of the gun lobby. I feel like if we chip away at the federalist society. And we're able to really get to the bottom of because we don't know what if the nra paid off kavanagh's us right right. We don't know from the talking points from the right as you know all of them. How do you answer to one. What do you say to people who claim the democrats are just trying to take control of the court. I would say yeah right. The first misnomer is that our federal courts are apolitical. They're not but they're supposed to be right. Well they can't be because america is not a political. I understand the jest. I understand this because justice is blind. That's the piece about it but that blind comes because you've had lived experiences. That unders to help you understand what it means to walk this country in the body that you're in so our federal judges are appointed by a party or certain individuals. They're going to have a political leaning. Though the question becomes. Can they separate that political leaning from doing the actual work and they can. We've seen it their studies that talk from like obama judges to trump judges on how they judge. So for instance. We've seen that like obama. Judges and trump judges seemed too often side with corporate interests more than they deal with public interest. That's not political party. That's what ideology and just how people interpret the law so the courts are political. And the reason i would say yes. Democrats wanting to take control of the courts battery provide and take control revived kind of balanced backtrack courts because because we have too many things at stake too. Many of us are existence in this country is political in tenuous as a black woman. It's an amendment. Is the reason that i can do what i can do. As women there's amendment we've had to fight aren't businesses political. There's not even an amendment for women we still can't get the pass and if you get it pass in this current configuration of the courts. That's a political thing. So i think that republicans are always going to say that and i'm gonna say okay. Yeah we're just trying to balance back from your forty years. Packing of adding four seats is just a drop in the bucket. Because it's not just about the seats to the point right is about. We need term limits. We need a code of ethics. Another thing that we aren't talk about on courts of the political are not political. Our political is that lower courts are the pipeline into the supreme court and are lower courts. Need to have more. Diverse president biden today launched his effort to reshape. The federal judiciary announcing the diverse list of judicial nominees with a wide range of experience is also a groundbreaking slate in many ways. It includes four nominees who've served as public defenders four who are members of the api community a nominee who if confirmed would be the first muslim american federal judge in history none of the eliminates at eleven nominees are women. Like i said earlier professionally. Diverses loyalist demographically diverse. Our country is not one or the other were all and so having judiciary that really reflects that goes back to it. Republicans don't care about judiciary that's reflective of this country are it. Were doing the work to make that a reality but we have to push our friends in congress to make that a reality as well. Tell us about the biden. Court commission is a commission on the courts. And do you think that will be helpful in coming to an understanding on court reform. I think that the commission is a good gesture is just too little too late. We've already had a seat stolen. We've just been. I don't know thirty minutes. Hong you've been talking about all these things that we already know need to change in the courts to make our democracy more robust the way. This commission is structured. Now it doesn't reflect any of that knowledge. What is really about as like a call at a book report. We don't really need a book report and we don't need six months for you to give me your book report. We need immediate action now in the commission is a good gesture but it's not going to deliver us the type of change that we need want a no a lot of your listeners are probably organizers and i think one of the first things when you're a baby organizers that when they put you into a commission as how they try to slow you down. Yup we can't wait. I mean just this week. The supreme court decided that they are going to listen to a case that could really further dismantle roby way. Can we wait. That case could be heard before. This commission even comes out with a report so it's a good gesture but will be really are encouraging. Our elected leaders right are democrats in the house is to take the first step half the judiciary act so that we can add cease to the court and continued the trajectory to a more robust democracy. Tell my listeners. About demand justice and how we can support your work yeah awesome. I would love to. So i worked for this organization by the name of demand. Justice were founded in two thousand eighteen under the premise that the progressive movement has not been thinking about the federal courts. We see all of our winds. Go down the giants. I used to be a union organizer and so i understand what it means when they took bargaining away from public sector workers that was the supreme court decision janice case. So the man. Justice is laser focused on structural corp. Perform we believe that we need expand the port. We believe that we need to have a more professionally diverse bench and we also need to have term limits and the other things discussed. And so what we're doing now is really building the grassroots army of folks around the country. Who care about our courts who want to make sure that all the wins that we've been fighting for these past few decades even art preserved and also we're committed to understanding that our democracy does not stand if our federal judiciary is dismantled if it continues to be the exclusive playing field of republicans and conservatives so if folks are really interested in getting involved with the man justice in the work they were doing. Please check us out online at. Www dot demand justice dot org amazing and finally what gives you hope by gives me. Hope is that we're doing this work. We're not talking about it. We're doing it and not just on court reform but everybody's doing the work right now. I think the donald trump years were very dark but for some of us. That's not when the darkness came. It just got darker and so now we have a little bit of light. And what i really am talking to partners and friends and colleagues about that win one and we need to act like one. And that's what gives me hope we won't. I'm not gonna apologize for the hard work. I'm not gonna apologize for the folks that we lost. We've lost people last year. We lost thousands of americans because of ineffective government. But we still one is. What do we do to honor those that we lost right. We need to keep economic. Be one and make things happen. So that's what gets me ho. Honor them with action. It's camera brummer. You give me hope. Thank you so much for all that you do. And for being a part of the podcast..

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"tamara" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"The trump administration with a complicit senate completely overhauled the united states judiciary filling it with unqualified and far right extremist activist judges all the way to the supreme court to discuss the impact of these appointments. And what can be done about them. I've invited tamra bremmer to the show. Tamra is the senior adviser for engagement and outreach. for demand justice lawmaker plans to introduce legislation. Today it would expand the court from nine justices to thirteen one of the bill's sponsors new york congressman when dare jones tweeted. Republicans half the ford when mitch. Mcconnell held mirror garland seat open nearly a year before an election then confirmed amy. Kuney barrett's days before the next election disarming the courts radical right-wing majority would correct this injustice. Whose last week. The president signs an executive order creating Bipartisan commission on the supreme court of the united states. A bipartisan group of over thirty constitutional and legal experts. Were examining a range of questions about proposed potential reforms to the supreme court. We are here. as a coalition Beginning this effort To ensure that we restore justice to the supreme court. Hi i'm tamra brummer. And i'm fighting to add four seats to the supreme court. Sorry not sorry tara. Thank you so much for being a part of the podcast. Will you talk to us. About what the judiciary is supposed to look like a postal. Like one would argue that. The judiciary should be reflective of the american people and the people who make our country go. But if you've ever looked at our federal judiciary in particularly maybe our supreme court might be a better example for folks listening. Our supreme court doesn't really reflect visually. What america looks like it's overwhelmingly white male and older noce. Older folks are white men or oldman but they aren't overwhelming majority of our federal judiciary. And so when you think about who understands and interprets. The law of the land in our constitution in the roles. You're only getting buried limited purview of bad interpretation. I are what the constitution for all of us. And so our judiciary should look like you and me. It should look like women women of color people of color but in one hundred thirteen justices for instance at the supreme court. There's never been a black woman. There's never been a patient person. There's never been a native american so we've got a lot of work to do to get our courts that actually look like america. And why is that important. I think is very important because if you think about our society and our ecosystem you wanna make sure for instance if you are defending going in front of the judge what would it mean for you elissa if you went in front of a judge and your judge had never. I don't know argued in front of the court before or your judge only had experience defending corporations and oil companies or if you're judge in their lawyer light their life had only represent the federal government but never just regular people so making sure that we have a diverse judiciary not just in terms of democrats which is very important right but also in professional experience means that we have a more deeper robust understanding of how our laws and our country work and operate. And i think that we've seen this recently in some of the hearings that we've had around already people calling in front of the senate judiciary around or court. Nominations white men are not asked any questions. About how does being white or man influence you being a judge however when this black women who's been asked they always been asked will your race and your gender influence your decision as a judge. Those women have said no. And i believe them. But i think what we're really getting to is that you have a lived experience in the body that you have in this world how you walk through the world and that we want to have people who've had different lived experiences walking through this world being able to interpret our laws and be able to give us equal justice under the law for all of us is really important. We'll be dealing with our federal judiciary but right now. It's really tough. I think for folks to get a fair shot for americans to get a fair shot our democracy to get a fair shot in the current structure of our government. Can you just break down for my listeners. What happened during the trump years. Oh absolutely i like to talk about it this way. Although donald trump was a one term president he was very successful in keeping his legacy alive without the federal judiciary. I don't know if called snow this but during his tenure him and mitch mcconnell. We're able to confirm over two hundred federal judges so that's two hundred plus people who will have a lifetime appointment on the federal court. I mean in the supreme court. He put three people on the bridge. And so we talk a lot about mitch mcconnell and how we all understand how that man still alive but at the end of the day he now has over two hundred mitch. Mcconnell lights will carry on his legacy. So what really. Donald trump mitch mcconnell and republicans have been very crystal clear about doing laser. Focus is laying out the part of the federal government that they feel like they have the most control over. And that's the federal judiciary. They've been laser focused for multiple decades. And i think there are now. Democrats and those of us on the left progresses what we're realizing. Oh my goodness this is something that we need to be concerned about as well. But we're catching up while republicans in donald trump mitch. Mcconnell have been laser focused for years. I feel like we're always a little reactionary instead of proactive. But especially in this case because as you said and i think it's important for the listeners to know and understand that this is ben part of the plan for the gop for decades and we are seeing this plan. Come into fruition. And i would just love free to remind everyone what mcconnell dead with merrick garland and neil gorsuch. Oh absolutely so. When president obama was in the last year of his term he was like i have an opportunity to put a supreme court justice. And we're like oh my gosh. That's amazing but mitch. Mcconnell said no. He's doing it. The next justice could fundamentally alter the direction of the supreme court and have a profound impact on our country. So of course of course the american people should have a say in the courts director. It is the president's constitutional right nominate a supreme court justice and it is the senate's constitutional right act as a check on a president and withhold. Its consent what he did was totally illegal. He decided that he just going to make the rules as he goes along. But he definitely said. I'm not going to allow this president his rightful place of putting justice. I'm going to wait. So he waited all sixteen months sixteen months between the passing of school year. To the appointment of worth itch. We just totally forgot about that. In mitch. mcconnell just decided to ram through. And i think that's important for folks to understand about why the federal courts are so important to republicans people should remember. You remember i remember. This was not popular with the american people. The american people say you absolutely need to let president obama appoint the next supreme court justice. The republicans didn't care about what was popular. They cared about keeping power and so the courts for them or their way of keeping a stronghold on our democracy in.

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Grief and Horror as Bodies of 215 Native Children Discovered

Native America Calling

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Grief and Horror as Bodies of 215 Native Children Discovered

"Canadians are in shock after the recent grim discovery of the remains of two hundred and fifteen children on the site of a former residential school in british columbia. The remains were found using ground penetrating radar as dan carpet chuck reports. The discovery has led to memorials across the country. Memorials began springing up across the country to honor the two hundred and fifty native children who died at the kamloops residential school. Hundreds of pairs of shoes were lined up on the steps of the vancouver art gallery by local artists. Tamara bell as a tribute to those whose remains were recently found a child. I love never coming home and not getting an answer. I every single mother. you don't have to be native. you don't have to be anything you just have to be a human being to understand that. There's a huge legacy in canada. There's so painful but this one was so hard because it's children children's shoes were also placed on the front steps of canada's oldest residential school in brantford ontario. Here's organizers charlene. Hemlock part of this too is our call to accountability and justice for our missing and murdered children. Prime minister justin trudeau ordered flags at government buildings across the country to be lowered to half-mast officials in toronto said municipal buildings. There would have their flags lowered for two hundred and fifteen hours an hour for each of the children who died roseanne kazimierz the chief of the to come to first nation in british columbia. She talks about arriving on the scene where the remains were found. I was taken back. I was shocked and so when it was shared with me that these children are children. You know from our community children from our brother and sister consultants and other communities. It was devastating. It was it was actually quite mind. Boggling and You know. I it some of us to tears and we. I was surprised. I was heartbroken.

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White House Cuts Infrastructure Price Tag to $1.7 Trillion

All Things Considered

01:00 min | 1 year ago

White House Cuts Infrastructure Price Tag to $1.7 Trillion

"Spear. The White House is bringing down the price tag of its proposed infrastructure plan is part of negotiations with Senate Republicans. Bind. Administrative officials met with GOP leaders today by video conference. But as NPR's Tamara Keith reports, they seemed to be further apart than ever. The Biden team presented a counter proposal that would bring the price tag to $1.7 trillion, down from two and a quarter trillion, but still more than double the last GOP offer. Most of the trims come from areas where there is bipartisan agreement like road construction and broadband. Here's how press Secretary Jen Psaki described it. This proposal exhibits a willingness to come down in size, giving on some areas that are important to the president. Otherwise they wouldn't have been in the proposal will also staying firm in areas that are most vital to rebuilding our infrastructure and industries of the future. The White House counter made clear the party's still don't agree on how to fund the spending. Or even really the definition

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459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

"Qualifying day in spain. And it's an absolutely incredible one hundred pole position for lewis hamilton. An amazing achievement finance another pole position for mercedes. You have grabbed po at this track. Every essence twenty thirteen newest will be joined on the front row by max stopped with three hundred between them whilst battery blocked us and charlotte lock will be lining up behind on the second bar. We didn't see top three improving on their final runs with how much actually don't want at the exit with an ultimate corn by didn't matter as neither the stop an off as managed to improve that times either charlotte did manage to set personal bests in his final lap with alpine of estevan splitting ferraris. M p five and call signs behind impe six daniel. Ricardo bounced back from last weekend's qualifying finishing seven fastest beating saggio perez. Who spun at tom fatty on his last. Run and ricardo also out qualified teammate. Landau norris who came in p. nine. The top ten was rounded out with finanza alonzo and notable absence from keith rate was gasoline who despite looking quick in key. One was eliminated in q two for the first time in twenty twenty one and he will line up p twelve tamara in-between the aston martins launch. Tro and sebastian vessel antonio g. of nazi came. Mp fourteen ahead of mr saturday. George russell mp fifteen who again managed to make out key one and in doing so we saw. The elimination of yuki sonoda was quite the surprise about quite straighted team radio. Finally we had kimmy ryan. Mp seventeen ahead of schumacher nicholas fiamme nikita miles

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"tamara" Discussed on The Barbra May Show

The Barbra May Show

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Barbra May Show

"Are listening to desert sixteen with tamara vitry. Tamara is my favorite goethe stroller. This is her second time on my forecast. And i am sorry so excited to have her back and this episode we will talk about a new moon rituals so if you have ever wondered what is new. Moon and more rituals are the best. You must listen to this episode but before we dive in. How would like to share with you. This amazing app are came across recently. It's called four moon calendar up and it's super easy to use so if you are starting to work with moon and you would like to understand more on how it is affecting your moods. Please make sure you download this app. It is star helpful. Let's dive in. I'm tamara we'll come back from a To have the and why are you grateful for all right. Well thank you for having me back. I feel honored super excited about our topics so I would say at the moment. I am most grateful for my president will let this is something. I am trying to like ground into every day. Is this love and appreciation and gratitude for where. I'm at right now. Even if it's not where maybe i want to be or whatever like it's just good to ground into the present moment. 'cause that's all we have. So where are you right now. Then you have to four storied just a little bit. where am i right now. I am in a nice little holding period. I think from the universe. It's a gift for me to figure out where i wanna go and do some shadow work and just prepare myself for a big launch lovely. I think this is really good to talk about this because there are so many baby who are in a holding period is very good to honor. thank you so much for sharing. Not today's we all going to be talking about a new main and we're gonna be talking about every two so i would like you to explain what neiman is there is. There are so many people. I do wrong rituals on wrong main. So many people think that full man is the main when we need to do the manifesting rachel's but that's not the truth. Well i mean there is no really wrong way to do anything as long as you have the right intention but working with the energies is always best. Which is why. I'm into astrology. That's why i use. Astrology may work because it's understanding what those energies are so that we can work with them. It's not the if you manifest on a slow moon that it can't come to be you can totally manifest on full moon if you wanna to But any part of manifesting should start with releasing as well and so. That's actually a very important step even on the new moon so what the new moon is and why that's different from the full moon is. It's when the sun and the moon actually lined up so we don't see the moon. It's actually like blocked by the son or the sun is putting its light on the back side of the moon so we don't really see it. We don't see the moon lit up and the reason why this is a moon for manifesting is a for a few reasons multiple reasons. Actually you can argue it all you want. The first is that because the sun and the moon together this means that are are conscious will and our subconscious desires are also lined up because in astrology the sun represents our will and purpose and our outward expression and the moon represents our subconscious and are more internal Magic and so we need both to manifest and so when they're on the same page the snakes it obviously a lot easier for us to create an set something in motion to come into the physical form. Another reason why it's good for manifesting because it's the first cycle the first moon phase of Phase cycle so obviously with the first one is when he wants to create or set intentions for the cycle itself. So it's also the period where since it's dark we think about The soil that's when the land is the most fertile. This is where growth always begins when we plant seeds there planted in the dark and this is how it works. it cannot a seed cannot sprout. If it's just sitting out in the sun it won't work so it needs to be planted during the dark face so this is just easy ways to remember. Look the new moon is for and why we use energy for manifesting. It's just the most potent because we're working with the energy but in terms of releasing it is very important so actually right before the new moon becomes new We have a dark moan and so this is actually the best time to release any toxins released. What might be holding us back from our intentions. So if you know what you want. Set your intentions for for that new cycle whatever kind of comes up. Whatever kind of limiting belief pops up and says while you can't do that that's something you want to pay attention to and make sure you allow it to go before you say your intentions sort of like in our last podcast episode. When i was talking about pisces. How we need to clear the soil to begin the new cycle of the whole year. The same thing for each moon. We want to clear out that outdated energy or those old beliefs that might hinder our our growth. Stink of it. Like pulling out the weeds. Before you plant the seeds kinda rennes absolutely the dock mayonnaise. One day before newman. Yeah it's just before yes so. How can we release the. How can we reduce orders on wanting things Soil for.

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"tamara" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"You can. I feel less than. I don't have the severe cases. Many of my peers do And and then. I have some friends who are in wheelchairs. Who don't have any of the executive function problems. I have their sharpest tax. And so it's kind of fun to go back and forth with them necas. They also have the same attitude as you. Just keep going. I mean and so anyway. It's it's quite a journey in so having this book is kind of. I do have references to road in among the later. Palms is about you know getting relearning the geography of the body the brain maybe in a way to find your way from here to there It which is kind of what life's all about anyway whether you have less so i did want it hopefully convey that. It's just one person's journey in that it doesn't have to be a death sentence and it's just something we have to work with everyone's kind of broken or sick or has some kind of you know obstacle in their life. It's true for everybody so having good health is actually quite temporary with all are going to have failing health at some point so i just i got mine a little bit earlier. Most of my peers s they start out in their twenties and that's a very different experience because their their lives are stretched on and so they have different challenges. Because they're raising children dealing with all that and i didn't you know i was having some of the symptoms but never really had that awareness and so you know it's it's really a strange place to be when you develop an awareness of something in your body has a name and then you i want to pursue this actually in some writing the idea of the diagnosis mind cause once you become diagnosed you become aware of yourself for the first time in a completely holy new way and it kind of colors everything um which could be good but it can also be really not good not healthy At some point. I think it's more a part of that Stages of grief that you go through when you get a diagnosis like that. And then if you're able to do things like write poetry or make art that expresses how you feeling these different stages of acceptance of this new reality in your life. Then some that diagnosis mind just falls away and then you get to go back to being the person you always were. Because you're still the same person you were even the day after diagnosing or the day before so it's i'm just really glad that i was able to write about it and now that i have this book in it's all in one collection. It's i. I'm really proud of it. If it's only book i ever published. I'm glad and say that. I have this book. That and really proud of hello. Thanks for listening to the erotic dispatches podcasts. We'll be back shortly after brief break. Thanks for tuning into the special national poetry month. Podcast episode the rack. Dispatches featuring the guest tamra salman discussing her poetry collection called intention tremor for their profile page for this podcast episode iv included links which you could purchase intention tremor from tamara's official website and proceeds for the book are going towards the ms organization called the accelerator project. Also could link to the accelerated cure. Projects official website also links to tamara's social media accounts for facebook instagram and twitter. Thanks again for tuning into the I'll be back soon with new episode. Take care bye-bye..

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CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine

1A

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine

"And Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are calling for an immediate pause in the use of Kobe 19 vaccines made by Johnson and Johnson. There have been six cases a rare blood clots and people who received the vaccine. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. The White House insists this won't slow down vaccination efforts. In a statement. White House Covert response coordinator Jeff Science says the FDA and CDC announcement quote will not have a significant impact on our vaccination plan because of ongoing production delays. So far, Johnson and Johnson doses only represent about 5% of vaccines administered in the U. S. In addition, he says, the government has secured enough doses of Fizer and Moderna vaccines for 300 million Americans. Zion says they have enough of those vaccines to keep up the pace of three million shots and arms every day. And, he added, they're working to get anyone who had been scheduled for J and J quickly rescheduled with a Fizer or Madonna appointment.

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Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Slow Migration

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Slow Migration

"The Bind Administration has secured agreements with Mexico and Central American countries to fortify their borders. As NPR's Tamara Keith explains. It's an effort to slow the tide of unaccompanied minors trying to come into the U. S. The number of unaccompanied minors showing up at the southern border of the U. S is on pace to set records, and the Biden administration is struggling to keep up. Tyler Moran, special assistant to the president for immigration set on MSNBC's morning Joe that the administration is working with Mexico and other countries. We've secured agreements for them support more troops on their own border. Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala have all agreed to do this. That not only was gonna prevent the traffickers and the smugglers and the cartels that are taking damage with the kids on their way here, but also to protect those Children, she said. The administration is also working to speed up its ability to process the Children and teenagers. And move them to safe places awaiting disposition of their

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Biden to Unveil Long-Awaited Executive Action on Guns

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to Unveil Long-Awaited Executive Action on Guns

"My from NPR news. I'm Korova Coleman. President Biden is expected to issue executive actions intended to reduce gun violence. One action will regulate certain weapons kids bought online that don't require background checks. Another would regulate certain equipment that effectively turns pistols into a kind of rifle. NPR's Tamara Keith says Biden will also today nominate a new leader for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. His choices. David Chipman, He's a senior adviser to the gun safety group Giffords. He was also an A T F agent for 25 years and a top choice for gun safety advocates. This role is important have filled because you need a Senate confirmed a T F

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President Biden To Take Executive Action On Gun Violence Prevention

BBC World Service

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

President Biden To Take Executive Action On Gun Violence Prevention

"Announce several administrative actions to reduce gun violence as NPR's Tamara Keith reports. Biden was under pressure to act after to mass shootings. Last month, Biden is expected to announce the Justice Department will begin the process of regulating so called ghost guns, weapons kids, They can be purchased without a background check and are hard to trace when used in a crime. President is also expected to nominate former A T F agent and gun safety advocate David Chipman to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Ah White House officials said These are first steps and Biden will continue to urge Congress to pass tougher gun laws. Gun Violence prevention advocates are praising the nomination and expected executive actions, while a top congressional Republican called it an attempt to trample Second Amendment rights by executive Fiat. Tamara Keith. NPR NEWS Federal health officials

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Biden to Take Executive Actions to Reduce Gun Violence

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to Take Executive Actions to Reduce Gun Violence

"President, Biden said to announce several administrative actions to reduce gun violence as NPR's Tamara Keith reports. Biden was under pressure to act after to mass shootings. Last month, Biden is expected to announce the Justice Department will begin the process of regulating so called ghost guns, weapons kids, They can be purchased without a background check and are hard to trace when used in a crime. President is also expected to nominate former A T F agent and gun safety advocate David Chipman to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Ah White House officials said These are first steps and Biden will continue to urge Congress to pass tougher gun laws. Gun Violence prevention advocates are praising the nomination and expected executive actions, while a top congressional Republican called it an attempt to trample Second Amendment rights by executive

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Biden to move COVID-19 vaccine eligibility date to April 19

WBUR Programming

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Biden to move COVID-19 vaccine eligibility date to April 19

"With an average of three million covered 19 vaccine doses a day now being administered in the United States, President Joe Biden is set to announce an accelerated timeline for all adults to be eligible for vaccination. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. The president is visiting a vaccination site today. First president Biden set a goal of 100 million doses in his 1st 100 days in office. Then he said he thought 200 million was achievable. Now, 75 days in Biden is set to announce 150 million vaccine doses have been administered with millions more going in arms every day. The vast majority of states have already expanded eligibility toe all people over 16 years of age or will do so soon, and Biden is shifting another goal instead of all U. S adults being Eligible to make vaccine appointments. By May, 1st. Biden will move that toe April 19th. This is all part of what has been a consistent if unstated strategy of under promising and over, delivering in an effort to build confidence in the government's handling of the vaccine rollout. Camera. Keith NPR NEWS The White House.

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Biden to unveil infrastructure plan, kicking off 2nd major legislative push

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to unveil infrastructure plan, kicking off 2nd major legislative push

"President Biden will make a pitch today in Pittsburgh for his enormous infrastructure spending plan. NPR's Tamara Keith reports it would provide more than $2 trillion for some of the nation's most vexing infrastructure challenges. With the economic suffering brought on by the Corona virus Pandemic Still raw President Biden is pushing forward with an infrastructure plan. It aims to create jobs and reach underserved urban and rural communities. The plan goes beyond roads and bridges and includes rural broadband, replacing lead pipes, upgrading the electric grid, enticing manufacturers to coal country and repairing damage done to neighborhoods cut off by past highway projects. White House proposes paying for it over time by raising the top corporate tax rate to 28% unwinding part of the tax cut pushed through by former president Trump and Republicans in

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Biden to unveil ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan

Morning Edition

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Biden to unveil ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan

"Later today, President Biden will unveil his ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Make his pitch at a Pittsburgh facility where aspiring carpenters take on apprenticeships that often turn into union jobs. The plan is going to focus on physical infrastructure, bridges, roads, sewer systems and expanding broadband. Among other things, Biden characterizes it. As a jobs plan that he hopes will transform the economy. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith is here with some details. Hate him. Good morning. So what's in this plan? What do we know? They're calling it. The American jobs plan is you guys said about $2? Trillion, You know the transit bridges, roads broadband into rural areas. Also big spinning on the electric grid and sewer and water systems. You know, think about what happened in Texas earlier this year or what happened in Flint, Michigan, trying to avoid those types of things. Upgrading housing, schools, hospitals, Ah, lot of focus on union jobs and helping underserved communities, both rural and urban. You know, it's specifically talks about trying to entice manufacturers to areas affected by a loss of coal jobs on Del Ping address racial inequities by reconnecting neighborhoods that were cut off by previous highway building. This sweeping proposal is only part one, though next month Biden is set to propose investments in health care, child care and

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