18 Burst results for "Taqwa"

"taqwa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"taqwa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"taqwa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"taqwa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"taqwa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"taqwa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today with Richard Blanco, the Cuban American civil engineer turned poet. We're exploring themes of home and belonging, physical and emotional, personal and communal as Richard Blanco takes him up in his book, how to Love a Country. We spoke in the outdoor amphitheater of the ship Taqwa Institution. I said to you before he came out here, If if you feel called to read anything for any of those books, you may you may do that. But I'm gonna propose. Um I pulled some out that you know. Interesting. I you You used the word immigrant. You know, that's that's kind of the way you describe your family, So I think most often or, you know, exile a bit. I had a conversation last year about Hannah. I rent Who wrote a lot about you know, exile and the conversation I was having with the scholar of Hannah around who works with refugees now is how you know what happens to our Imagination about these humans. When we use the word immigrant or refugee or what I'm so aware of now is what the word migrant has done. How I think that language. Makes an abstraction of people link and creates an ability for us to separate Anyway, This is just on my mind and then You know you wrote this poem called Complaint of El Rio Grande ng, which is again looking at this entire drama from a whole different angle, Right? Which is this? Natural piece of the natural world that is crossed in that in that moment makes of people Whatever that thing is being transformed. You want to read that one? Sure. I'd love to page nine. Give me a lot to think about their way, but we'll read it first, like he said. So this, uh I've been hearing about the Mexican U s border since I was a kid, And I think we all in some ways are just sort of had it with this issue, right in the context of you mean to tell me that we can't not just Aske countries as as a Western hemisphere come to some kind of Fair, amicable, humane to this problem. That is not. We're making it a problem, right? And it gets abstracted and against politicized, overly politicized And I thought, How can I do this is let the river speak. And let the river so This is a person of avoid palm and the voice of the river to sort of let all humanity have it. You have the river sort of parading a finger at us, so to speak. Complaint. Video, Grandi. Was meant for all things to meet. To make the clouds pause in the mirror of my waters. To be home to fallen rain that finds its way to me. To turn a young's of loveless rock into love sick pebbles and carry them..

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"taqwa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"taqwa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On Friday after between the third Saturday, October 24th Virginia Arts Festival Extreme a special concert from Judy Collins. Backed by the North Carolina band, the Chatham County line. Now in her eighties, legendary folk singer Judy Collins is still passionate about performing self care and activism. When I spoke to her in 2019 I asked her about and she told me about how her strong active this spirit started with her family. Well, I grew up on the radio with my father because my father had a radio show, which I was on many times, singing with him talking with him, and he was really very out. Spoken about everything. He did not hesitate to talk about the Vietnam War. You did not talk. Hesitate to talk about. Why are we going? The French just lost that Indian food. In fact, we had a A cat named Eun bi food, and he even brought his politics home and he would talk about McCarthy and he would talk about very dangerous things to talk about on the radio in 1949 50. 55 some people like J, like, Um Henry Fault junior in Texas were thrown off the radio for speaking in this way, but of course, he was a great musician. Great singer. People adored him, and so I grew up knowing from him. That you have to talk about it. You have to learn about it. You have to be an activist. And I wanted just mention that my my out my my most recent releases called dreamers, and it's out there now, and it's a song about Immigration. I was just up at Taqwa in up above Buffalo and the woman who runs that That wonderful place has a daughter who's 13. And she said her daughter loves dreamers and plays it and played it for her teenage for her her schoolmates, and now they're all singing it in school, which makes me very happy. But she also said to her mother. Miss Collins is 80. By the way, I dropped zero and keep the eight because it's the sign for infinity. Ah, and she said Miss Collins is 80. And she's still a knocked activist in that impresses me. So I was impressed that a 13 year old got it. Well, You know what? Let's listen to Ah, ah little bit of dreamers. You wrote this in the perspective of a woman named Maria, a dreamer's mother. So let's take a listen. Thisland.

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"taqwa" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

Back From The Future Podcast

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

"I've got five tips of the week and I wanted to start with training. Basically right now and it's still open if you go to you demi or unity you. Dm Why they are offering a free month of courses because of cove in nineteen and my tip is take all the normal courses but you can also take advantage of their Nanno degree packages right now and they're Nanno degree. Think of it as you want to get a job in. It field you're GONNA have courses tailored specifically to that field. Let's say you WANNA do big data or you WanNa do sim or you. WanNa do What's that Microsoft Business Logic program? They've got that too. But basically if you want to specialize in certain Taqwa certain field the these narrow degrees will get your foot in the door and fact you Dashti has partnerships with lots of the big players out there. Where says hey? If you've got this now agree. Hey we'll get you an interview. Take advantage of that right now for the month of April and it'll end some some time in May but they're so taking sign up so once again it's you demi. How would you compare a Nanno degree to say? A plus or security plus certification interesting question. I would say the CERT. You're kind of specializing in one thing. Hardware for the less and then basic Sabir security or the essentials for the SEC plus with the degree these are actual and assignments and you have a portfolio that you can present to your employer or future employer at the end of this nat- degree that actually proves you have this knowledge. It's not just take a test and pass it at this is basically. I've done the work and I've got the skill set. Here's my portfolio to prove it. So that's how I would compare the two number two is you had mentioned this before and I'm GonNa hurt by your local public library right now because of Cova normally they would require you to show up in person and bring an ID card or a bill to prove that you are. You are will nowadays since their closed. You can sign up for your car online and you're actually need the actual fiscal card. All you need is your library card number and once you have that number you've got access to of resources and some of the ones that I'm GONNA call out. Today is the O. Reilly Library which includes to all the O'Reilly books and Video. So if you don't have to read books they've got videos that you can watch if you're the type of learner. They've also got all of the latest magazines. There's different APPS that will work cross platform on the Mac on on your iphone on your android phone. So you're a magazine reader. Had that one that I like a lot is the free tree house. Subscription treehouse is a online coating school. And it's also been around for probably seems about decade now. They've got lots of coding camps baked in. And if you WANNA do Python. They've got python if you WANNA do she sarp. They've got C. Sharp if you WANNA do web. They've got no J. S. Basically they have any type of programming language that you might want to dabble in or actually focus on and how they have their program developed is they've got different tracks that you want to focus on so if you want to be this front end web developer. They've got to track for that if you want to code for iphones. They've got a track for that if you WANNA do android same thing if you do cross platform. They've got tracks for that. So treehouse. Great Free Resource Great Partnership with the Public Library. So definitely take advantage of that if you WANNA get some quality. It training now. We should mention real quickly that some of these options may vary depending on your local library. The area you're in it may vary slightly but I do know that since a lot of these different programmes. You're mentioning do pair with libraries. They'll often pair with libraries across the nation. Yes and a tip that I have is. You can be a member of more than one so in fact in case you don't have one feature of one go to a different life berry you know outside of your the county or city and I'd say the more the Merrier the more resources you have at your disposal but yet that is an important note like yeah each one has different partnerships with different programs. I am lucky enough to be in a program that has great resources and I use them often the other thing. Of course you know is. They've got audio book that got movies. You've got libby. That's a great APP for books. You can read autumn your phone. Or You have a kindle. You can send your books to the kindle. I've also got the audio book options. Well in case you want to read while you're doing other things too so that's number. Two number three is an APP called fiber. Fiber has been around for a long time as well and I've used them for various projects but it's a great website. You go to if you want different types of work or projects commission what we use them for was some of the artwork on this podcast. And you get to compare from thousands of artists with what you're looking for for example. I chose to look for podcast. Art Work I just typed in that as the category and I got thousands of people all doing the same thing and I was able to sort by price. Sort by raiding soared by repeat customers or by turnaround time and as the name suggest the lowest price of a service is five dollars and with that you will often get multiple revisions. So you're actually working with the artist to get your concept your idea fleshed out and you've got that back and forth process and once you actually agree to your project. That's when the artists gets paid. And that's you get what you paid for so it's a win win in both situation checkout five or it's F. I. V. E. R. Dot Com really great product. I've used them for years and each product that I mentioned I would not even give it a tip if I didn't use it. Number Four is base camp and I know we mentioned base camp very briefly last week. But as we've been working on this project we been using base camp as the project management platform. It's free for personal use and they let you have up to three projects for free. It's a really cool platform and it's something that I've I can't really compare it to the other project platforms. I've used Jira use Microsoft project. I used teams but base. Camp is the project management system that I keep going back to mainly because it's everywhere it's like I said it's cross-platform it's android. Its I O S. It's Mac. Pc. It's web really great thing. It's easy to use. Be a rocket scientist to use this program base camp. It's from the thirty seven signals folks and one workout offer them is the actually wrote. A book about working remotely is called remote. And there's a great Ted talk that you can find about this book and it was basically the founders of this company coming up with solutions that they had problems with a disparate workforce. They don't really have an office. They got people working all over the. Us say different time zones different jobs than responsibilities and this book was basically a book about lessons learned and how they were able to be successful when you have a fully remote workforce so basecamp project management..

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"taqwa" Discussed on CXR Podcast

CXR Podcast

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on CXR Podcast

"Approach to diversity We will set up twenty seven years ago by guide called Roy Cinem- from Chicago. Actually on Roy is a lot of them about term. He's huge left. Wing political activists huge with regards to social justice social inclusion on his view when he said full was to not only create a company that innovative intact but also have really strong lens around the impact. The technology played on the communities around us in the site as a whole Thing in the early nineties. The majority of tech was driven by large-scale prizes into large-scale enterprises So it was also it was almost a case of who could afford and it was almost like a counter. Konami to the Rest Society where Roy v Wade should be the bottom open. Society should drive the direction of not in Roy. Good at right. But if you look at the major tech players now Amazon's Yuba Lodge tech players are given by the users of primarily society that Businesses look for business application from it will. It was the other way around thirty years ago. so roy view has baked a DNA Old Social Inclusion Social Justice Into everything about looks does So for the last thirty years around which Taqwa with which clients we were with. How do we build a community of like minded technologists so from interview process? And if I was to look at the different stages of diversity I suppose and more important supports inclusion diversity foams the the approach that we take them off it. So how do we proactively create a quality opportunities and I see a quality of opportunity very intentionally because what we don't try and achieve equality of outcome. I think that if you try and socially engineer the end results you're not getting a true representation of what you're trying to achieve. Yeah so I think creating but I think absolutely contagious on under it should be intentionally create an diversity of opportunity within the pipelines. You generate a too many people claim that the market's not giving them what they need in order to be diverse costs. Not It's it's the market conditions. You're trying to artificially avoid by by being intentional. So we do not now for a number of years. I think the perspective that is dots about the sourcing pace the engagement pace on. How'd you? How'd you convert in Huggy become Become a strong player in in diversity. Recruitment space is everything we told from. Every US version of diversity is that they need to people need to see themselves with an episode with an a business that I talk to. They need to see that inclusion. They need to visualize themselves with. And that goes everything from the website from the case studies from the work that you're doing with nuts best the conversations that they have the people that they made through the process the process itself. Is it set up to to create to bring out the best of people with different diverse requirement. All of these things you have to be cognizant of and I think we do well in some areas gender-diverse into big strength of salt works. It has been for a long time The Anita Bulk Awards for instance in America. I think we will know four years on the on the spin which is great and gave me. Don't do it for but it's great to recognize this and if it helps to become a stronger presence Brilliant so that's been the background of where we are. Currently we operated Having a gender diversity target and we don't mind saying Ogle as it's probably best position 'cause it isn't a goal whether we hit it. It's it's it's a goal that we have but it's around forty percent in Texas which in an industry of their own about thirty to fifty cent on outrage. The gender diversity spent this has been a real key of where we are now evolving and I think this is the challenge as one hundred you mentioned with the. Us is so many around diverse sexuality as disability. There is Gender there is at snippy that is cross cross sectional diversity which incorporates all those things we for a long time. I think were quite organic in the growth of knowledge around those things We we tend to learn and I think one of the big strength is actually harnessing community internally and not being seen as the company doesn't always know best what's what's best for everyone we trying to create an inclusive business. The the community and employees need to bring that to the surface us to what looks like so. It's been quite organic and we still go a long journey around the challenge we how from. Ti Perspective is reporting. How you report but how you how police do better because in the UK in Europe there are lot legislation about. What kind of what we how do you? How do you identify them? Uncle me through a pipeline is coming previously underrepresented group are a diverse group. I think in the US. It's more accessible because what you can pay them what you can't. We are trying to work around. Not through non disconnecting the results that we get from service in protests to the individuals themselves so we can see trends so I looked in the in the UK or Germany all any region that we have where we have certain legislation laws. We can look at trend analysis. So what does all pipelines look like for engineering three month period on then if you can work on the trend than if you build a a high percentage of diversity within the pipelines it's GonNa automatically come out? The other end is highest divest business with with with everything from GDP to all of the legislation's both regionally Geographically from a country on a on a new perspective. It's it's can be quite difficult in Europe as opposed to north. America Brazil's bringing new laws in now. So this yeah this. There's lots of navigating around what you Kinda can't hold out of curiosity. I don't know if this energy. Pr Gene have access to recruiters have access to sell in that. You know out so the answer. The answer is no we have we. And we're building a new reporting approach to diversity so we're the question I have this morning is where we hold back. Do we hold it on a platform which recruiters access to the trend data so they can see that trend over over a period of time or do we hold it on a centralized Emma. I system which we have The the recruits don't have access to the heads of recruitment controlled about Dow. My viewpoint was very much. Based on the Korea crossroads event I went to last year in Washington which the one of the biggest bottlenecks was recruited not having access to the data. And it's difficult to then direct your activity focus based on data if you don't have access to it and mercy of the the most senior people of the business Providing that Seoul in terms of access to individual data no we have to intentionally separate soul we have. We have survey tools that we can use. Which will be captured on a candidate? A candidate record but it could be captured against a job on an us. You Call US jobs slits so we could. We could theoretically send questionnaires out to the to the prospecting pool of the County Pool. That will then drive trend. Did for that particular job skills are very interesting challenge that many organizations you need to separate the trudel because if someone wants to say that. They didn't get a job for X. Reason given a survey result if you have to connected and you can go into. Someone's see that diversity during the interview process regardless of whether it is true on all that the person could theoretically claim that didn't job for an accident x rays and they disclosed that on Ethics. So they're happy to join the business and we captured that on on a people system So we can then look at us from an employee perspective. Yeah Trend Analysis Rodman specific data as far as recruitment price very interesting Especially One of the questions. I was most excited to ask you about today. I don't know why maybe you're you're not gonna be too excited about. This topic was training. Recruiters enforcers in retrieving. I like that. That's a challenge in many organizations are facing Means last year every bit West source. He meeting that I attended. A lot of there was a bill verse by discussion of training. Impromptu and mail leaders were really wanting to build something else on. The recruiters are already been trained with various organizations. That they're out there but they find one zero one thing. They're struggling because oversaw the cost goes onus done it multiple times before Also the knowledge. Yati put it in you know. What are you guys doing around training? Is that a challenge. Retraining of just firstly a costume excite.

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"taqwa" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Google American Red Cross aw local hospital local. Ns some of these organizations will also put on CPR If you're wanting to learn learn and you can't find any sort of program in your area or something works for your schedule then in most there'll be a director or services that your local hospital you can reach out to local hospital and say hey can I speak to whoever's director DNS. I'd like to get some thank information where my friends and I can go to take a course A luckily we live in a day and age now where everything's available at our fingertips tips here so simple on your phone or computer should get you to where you need to be the thing that I would encourage you know Eighty add or on external. The later is generally part of CPR. Now it's another valuable tool. It doesn't require a lot to SORTA learn nowadays. You open it up and it kind of tells you what to do but Having a defibrillator place for someone that a fatal hurt hurt been will actually save their lives. And that's one of those other things that you can't wait packing our email. Come and take the hospital before we discover. Discover the rhythm and Cardiova- down You can make a difference right then there and saved her life by administering a shock to get them out of the actually clete life-threatening fatal written that is Very important very near and dear to my heart almost literally. I don't know if you know this but I actually had triple bypass last July a year. Now Oh yeah So I didn't. I didn't have any cardiac event I would just kind of feel funny. went to the doctor and They were able to everything I ended up getting to emergency rushed into emergency surgery but but I would certainly recommend all of these the types things including learning how to use the malls during bathrooms all over the place. So just grab it and just do what you gotta do. If you see someone down. So that's it was certainly would have. I just saved my life. If I had gone through a car which Identi- I think all of the sudden definitely important. I'm glad to hear you're doing welcome at that's that's great. They picked it up before you had the events. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That was pretty scary actually and when you talk about the trauma in the past I actually still have even never had an event. I still have almost flashbacks as to what could have been that makes any sense and I constantly think about that. Totally you have family. You want to go home to them and Ending up on the floor and not waking up is is something it's never will but hopefully not the two soon we all want to live a long healthy lives so I'm glad to hear you're doing okay over here you're out doing your exercise and doing everything with your your medicines and I I am I take yeah I don't smoke down a few pounds I am exercising my fact when we get off on going to or finishes just recording. I'm going to go for my daily walk doing everything I need to do. watching what. I eat all kinds of stuff so I am doing it. Yes equil- who If I throw one thing that I just happen to think of As I mentioned the hockey player that didn't do so. Well I coach our regional regional girls high school hockey team and we received a a natural ad from an organization that Supplies it to people that are doing different types of things where it could potentially make a difference and so that goes install games and practices Big Believer in having them right there. And so what I will say our fellow coaches. Hey when we're going into new new rake take a look see where the AD is 'cause That one traumatic event leads to proactive looking in future. Shall we say yes. That's good advice. That's really good advice. I hope that all any coaches out. They would certainly do that. They first of all I think the coach should be mandated to learn all the first aid. CPR BE LS all this and as well as learn how to use an ad. No in your I know where they are. I should be one of the first things you look for when you enter a building whereas the bathroom. Where's the hotdog Canaccord in that order? All three of those those yeah but The CIC does mandate that there's annual recertification ad and all that sort of thing so Requires that certification than they are getting that and I will say for my wheelhouse as far as hockey. USA Hockey Okay and other organizations advocate for all the medical education CPR. That kind of thing as well so I do believe that large organizations are very cognizant of the importance of what we're talking about here today. Yeah I I believe that as well I was out in Tacoma Washington where my son is and he is a referee for are there football leagues out there. Too High School Football He's he's almost fresh out of high school himself. But whatever so he's he's in the air force out there And so He is they mandated him to take CPR classes as well just in case there is some kind of event on the on the field. So it's it's a it's definitely going around which is great and they're more people likely we are to have longer lives saw. Good absolutely Dr White. Thank thank you so much for being on the PODCAST Is there anything that you'd like to say the wrap up. Do you have anything going on. You have a blog a website. You have any any information that we can bother you on or facebook or anything like that. Well I'm over sixty so I have to say my instagram was set up by my kids that yeah so that's probably not worth I. You have a business with my business. Partner is a special forces green Beret He's reserved now but We formed coming across the East Coast Taqwa Medicine or east. Coast Tack Med We teach this t try C C C Leifer when it was around which is long worse than first responder ponder casualty care teach bleeding troll courses I have to say we've been at it for a while and much to my wife's Chagrin. I'm not taking a prophet. I haven't even withdrawn the money. They'll put into that So although we can't give the classes for free we try and make them exportable is portable as possible and my partner grew still actively involved totally understand the value of this had lived this I see and have lived the value of this so if anyone is interested in learning additional lifesaving skill we're not training people to be warriors or tacticians or anything else but How to make a difference in math cousy? That's applicable as I said Eh individual everyday experiences so our website is East Coast Tap Med dot com We're on facebook east. Coast Tack Med and So we we've had folks from all around the state all around the country we've had people from overseas and we'll say well you know you're from Sweden. How did you hear about a so? You know. We're looking for this because it just goes on around us and we're concerned and we want to learn more and we saw your your website look like you were doing some great stuff. It's growing just very slowly and Unfortunately there always seems to be more for instance or interest after one of these on the news. Incidences happened. which is we? Don't want the incidences but we want people learn how to respond to them. Yeah well that's that's a yeah you're right it's good and bad. It's good that you're getting the business but it's bad about how it's coming about. I certainly get so Wanna learn something visit a doctor white and his Group East Coast Tack Med first and or go to your local hospital. Thank you so much for being on the show. Dr Scott White thank you thank you very valuable event. I hope people walk away wanting to learn more. Yes thank you so do I okay. We'll talk again. Thank you so much take care. Well I certainly. I hope that you were encouraged today to decide to learn be. LS CPR How to use a defibrillator? The heimlich maneuver. Whatever Learn something that way you can do something and you can be a better asset in your community and in your own home so thank you to my special guest. Dr Scott The white in Thank you for all you have done for the law enforcement community in training them and thank you for coming on the podcast and encouraging us us ordinary civilians To learn something that way we can do something and be a part of the solution in that part of the problem. Please please make sure that you head over to my page on page A need your love and I need your support. Remember you can also support the podcast through Ben Mo- cash tap pay pal all those are cpt. L. Hunter subscribe to the podcast rate. It sheriff like it also remember to give me recent feedbacks. CPT L. Hunter at gmail.com CPT l.. Hunter AGENA DOT COM. If there is a topic that you WanNa hear a special guests that you WanNa have just given the information and I will certainly reach out to them and see if we can get them on the show. And that's it until next Time Ladies Gentlemen Much I love peace. Take Care Bye..

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"taqwa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Planes in Alaska since last week, there's a new warning about the safety of those aircraft. The NTSB says those kinds of play. Might not be safe. The FAA says they regularly perform unannounced surveillance on planes and will increase oversight of Taqwa near the company responsible for two of the three crashes but the NTSB is asking me to require all flow planes update. Their onboard technology that CBS Jonathan bigly Yati nine people were killed in the three crashes in Alaska. Well, you've heard of the rideshare company Uber now a ridesharing service that won't take you home, unless you live under the sea. It's not just any over, if the scuba, the world's first rideshare submarine has made its debut in the Great Barrier, Reef Queenland, Australia. Teamed up with Uber to take riders under the see this Guber trip cost just over two thousand US dollars, but there is a chance to win a free trip. If you enter a contest sharing a compelling reason why you should experience the scuba CBS. Diane king hall. Well, most minor league baseball players are just waiting for that call from the big club that a trip to the majors. But what if you're more than one hundred miles away when the call comes Mets veteran outfielder? Roger davis. Got a call to the bigs during batting practice while with the triple a Syracuse team last night. Getting ready to play a game in Allentown Pennsylvania. So he did what seem natural. He held it over to take him to queens. New York Davis showed up at the stadium in the third inning. You got lost the clubhouse attendant where we could get dressed. And then after all that he entered the game in the eighth inning. And hit a three run Homer listening to busy during your communities and easy way multitasking that keep you informed while you get where you need to go. But in this age of smart speaking, technology, stay informed at home..

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"taqwa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Disasters in recent months, and provide hurricane aid to Puerto Rico, Bill, Rakoff, CBS, news, Washington more that doesn't tornadoes, ripping through Missouri, including the capital of Jefferson City came v television, reported just Andrews has been talking, those who are now trying to start to clean up. That most people enter Bethany ambler is the minister of the community Christian church in Jefferson City. She came to get a firsthand look at the devastation, it is absolutely heart-rending. And I know that our people will Krief this building. It's been here since nineteen sixty four all non-essential state workers were told to stay home today to stay out of the way of emergency crews, Missouri. Governor Mike parson met with emergency personnel to go over the state's response plan at least three people were killed in the outbreak of tornados in Missouri. From around the globe. Aviation regulators meeting today in Fort Worth, Texas. ABC's Alec stone tells us, along with the FAA they're discussing the future of the grounded Boeing, seven thirty-seven max jets, deleting includes heavy Asian regulators from thirty three countries all talking about charting a path toward recertifying, the Boeing seven thirty-seven max to fly. Again, the FAA is trying to instill confidence in its process for certifying the plane once Boeing submits it software. Fix the FAA could spend months checking it out before allowing the planes to fly, but foreign governments have said they want to do their own checks, which could delay global flight of the max for many more months to come on exclusive CBS news investigation finds about a dozen FAA inspectors now admitting that they were told to overlook important problems when valuating planes for flying CBS travel editor, Peter Greenburg tells us a major issue. The FAA has had the last couple of years has contributed to its problems has been affectively without leadership for the last two years, every administrator has been in an acting capacity. So till that result and until the new leadership realizes. This is serious problem. The problems may continue to persist in this investigation. The whistle claim they were doing routine inspection work. They found discrepancies or problems that they wrote up and in many cases where either punished for it or were never finalized, or approved following crashes involving free float planes in Alaska since last week, there's a new warning about the safety of those aircraft. The NTSB says those kinds of play. Might not be safe. The FAA says they regularly perform unannounced surveillance on planes and will increase oversight of Taqwa near the company responsible for two of the three crashes but the NTSB is asking me to.

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"taqwa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Today about the safety of float planes, three of them have crashed in Alaska. In the last week, the latest now from CBS news correspondent Jonathan vaguely Audie. FAA says they regularly perform unannounced surveillance on planes and will increase oversight of Taqwa near the company responsible for two of the three crashes, but the NTSB is asking me FAA to require all flow planes update. Their onboard technology three crashes, left nine people dead right up the road at Boston, federal court, more guilty, pleas in the college admissions teething scandal three more wealthy parents fess up in federal court to skirting the rules that gave their kids alternately the keys to a high priced college education, all three of them will be. Sentenced in October. They face prison time as well as fines 707 now exercise often thought of as being the ticket to a healthy lifestyle. But is too much of a good thing possibility of giving you a hangover CBS's Jim Chenevey explained offering from a workout hangover, according to a survey by one poll up to fifty five percent of respondents had suffered a workout hangover that caused them to stay inside all day? Nearly a third said they'd missed work due to a post exercise soreness or other physical repercussion, sixty five percent of those surveys said they routinely suffer injuries from workouts approximately three per year, the most common pulled muscles ankle sprains and knee strains, a majority also admitted they don't know enough about how to use diet and supplements to aid recovery from workouts. Jim Chenevey CBS news trade concerns between the United States and China putting pressure on worldwide markets again today. Let's check in with bloom. Berg business. Here's Andrew O'day morning, Andrew, good morning. Jeff trade war with China, does not look this morning like its own to end anytime soon analyst at Nomura Securities say, both the US and China appear to be getting ready for a prolonged period of trade conflict. China offering new tax cuts to software and chip companies the Trump administration offering a new aid package. The US farmers all suggesting the parties are in it for the long haul as a futures down twenty five NASDAQ futures down eighty nine losses of right about a percent. Economists thing home builder sold fewer of their newly completed homes last month and in March Commerce Department will release its data on new home sales this morning. The weekly report on new jobless claims, also on the way, Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio right. Andrew seven eight coming up this morning, and unusual end to the bullfight on Broadway will explain next..

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"taqwa" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on WTVN

"Remaining clinics, and she's frightened. Well have limited options when it comes to how they handled pregnancies, basically, their only option is going to be to continue Greg, Mitzi. Supporters of the Bill are crystal clear about their endgame getting the issue before the US supreme court, hoping there are finally enough, justices willing to outlaw abortion, ABC's devotion, Saami, Montgomery, NTSB board member. Jennifer Hamady says that there were no black boxes in the two planes collided in mid air. Over Alaska, but says they'll get information from other sources information is available from some technology that was at on the Taqwa tack one plane. There's information from the Federal Aviation Administration. There's information we can generate from other sources you larger the two planes involved in the crash has been recovered tomorrow. President Trump is expected to announce a new immigration plan senior administration official says the proposal will allow more high skilled workers into the US federal prosecutors. Southern California say, some herbal male enhancement pills may not have been. So herbal five executives and three companies now facing federal charges for allegedly buying and distributing nationwide. Millions of dollars worth of pharmaceutical grade erectile dysfunction pills that were labeled as herbal remedies. But prosecutors say the pills actually had fourteen times the active ingredient. That's in Seattle ABC's Alec stone in LA. President Trump is granted a full pardon to Conrad. Black a former newspaper publisher who wrote a political biography of the president black was convicted of fraud in two thousand seven spent over three years in prison. President Trump also pardoning Patrick Nolan. Former Republican leader of the California state assembly. You're listening to ABC news. News Radio six ten WTVN Alison Wyant a man with killed in an accident today. Deadly crash near Bexley. It happened just after one this morning. Detectives believe it was the result of driver running a red light. Police say the driver of the Honda Accord was forty seven year old Kevin Hickman. They say he crashed in a Cadillac Escalade Hickman died at the same. The other driver was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover. The ACLU is sent to challenge the state's new heartbeat Bill in court is they filed a lawsuit today seeks to have the law declared unconstitutional state's ban on abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected which usually occur six weeks into a pregnancy is being challenged now by the American Civil Liberties union as they officially filed a lawsuit on Wednesday. The group says ninety percent of abortions performed in the state will be prohibited under the new law and violates a woman's right to privacy under the fourteenth amendment. Governor Mike dewine sign the Bill into law last month. It set to go. Into effect July eleventh. Rick eugenol Columbus has landed twentieth on I list by wallet hub, when it comes to popular summer vacation spots, they put together their recent survey, which is based on a variety things from travel costs attractions to even hotels. WTVN sports destroyers host the Albany empire. This Saturday night at nationwide arena. It's the home opener for the destroyers team practiced at nationwide today for the first time since rejoining the arena league head coach Matthew sauk says today was special for his team with team us as young as we are to not be able to get into arena and practices, tough because, you know, you're Bo Jackson's great, but it doesn't have the lies and all that stuff in the walls. So in order to get this practice is great to be on your in NFL news. The New York Jets fired general manager might mccaddon earlier today, after four years, I your head coach Adam gates named acting general manager, ESPN's, Adam Schefter is reporting NFL networks. Daniel, Jeremiah is in the running to replace mcalinden in the NBA the Cleveland Cavaliers won the fifth overall pick Tuesday night in the draft lottery, in the NHL the Columbus blue jackets have one goalie guaranteed for next season. CJ signed a twenty five year old Elvis Moore's leaked to a one year deal. Sergei Brodsky Yoenis, Korpi sallow and Keith can cater all free agents on July, first from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk. Eric resear- NewsRadio. Oh, six ten WTVN Allison Wyant to your ABC six. I warning weather forecast is coming up in sixty seconds, a strong economy and a clean environment. The future is in our hands responsible.

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"taqwa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Clinics, and she's frightened. Women will have limited options when it comes to how they handle pregnancies, basically, their only option is going to be to continue Greg, Mitzi. Supporters of the Bill are crystal clear about their endgame getting the issue before the US supreme court, hoping there are finally enough, justices willing to outlaw abortion, ABC's devotion me and Montgomery, NTSB board member. Jennifer Hamady says that there were no black boxes in the two planes collided in mid air. Over Alaska, but says they'll get information from other sources information is available from some technology that was that on the Taqwa tack one plane. There's information from the Federal Aviation. Administration. There's information we can generate from other sources you larger the two planes involved in the crash has been recovered tomorrow. President Trump is expected to announce a new immigration plan. A senior administration official says the proposal will allow more high skilled workers into the US federal prosecutors in southern California say, some herbal male enhancement pills may not have been so herbal five executives and three companies now facing federal charges for allegedly buying and distributing nationwide. Millions of dollars worth of pharmaceutical grade erectile dysfunction pills were labeled as herbal remedies. But prosecutors say the pills actually had fourteen times, the active ingredient that's in Cialis. ABC's Alec stone in LA. President Trump is granted a full pardon to Conrad Black, former newspaper publisher who wrote a political biography of the president black was convicted of fraud in two thousand seven spent over three years in prison. President Trump also pardoning Patrick Nolan. Former Republican leader of the. California state assembly. You're listening to ABC news. There's nothing like meeting face to face, and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen zoom,.

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"taqwa" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Women will have limited options when it comes to how they handle pregnancies, basically, they're only option is going to be to continue pregnancy. Supporters of the Bill are crystal clear about their endgame getting the issue before the US supreme court, hoping there are finally enough, justices willing to outlaw abortion, ABC's, devotion Saami, and Montgomery, NTSB board member. Jennifer Hamady says that there were no black boxes and the two planes collided in mid air. Over Alaska, but says they'll get information from other sources information is available from some technology that was at on the Taqwa tack on plane. There's information from the Federal Aviation Administration, there's information. We can generate from other sources you larger the two planes involved in the crash has been recovered tomorrow. President Trump is expected to announce a new immigration plan. A senior administration official says the proposal allow allow more high skilled workers into the US federal prosecutors in southern California say, some herbal male enhancement pills may not have been so herbal five executives and three companies now facing federal charges for allegedly buying and distributing nationwide. Millions of dollars worth of pharmaceutical grade erectile dysfunction pills were labeled as herbal remedies. But prosecutors say the pills actually had fourteen times, the active ingredient that's in Cialis. ABC's Alec stone in LA. President Trump is granted a full pardon to Conrad Black, former newspaper publisher who wrote a political biography of the president black was convicted of fraud in two thousand seven spent over three years in prison. President Trump also pardoning Patrick Nolan..

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"taqwa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three remaining clinics, and she's frightened. Women will have limited options when it comes to how they handle pregnancies, basically, their only option is going to be to continue Greg, Mitzi. Supporters of the Bill are crystal clear about their endgame getting the issue before the US supreme court, hoping there are finally enough, justices willing to outlaw abortion, ABC's, devotion Saami, and Montgomery, NTSB board member. Jennifer Hamady says that there were no black boxes on the two planes collided in mid air. Over Alaska, but says they'll get information from other sources information is available from some technology that was that on the Taqwa Taqwa plan information from the Federal Aviation Administration than there's information we can generate from other sources you larger the two planes involved in the crash has been recovered tomorrow. President Trump is expected to announce a new immigration plan senior administration official says the proposal will. Will allow more high skilled workers into the US federal prosecutors in southern California say herbal male enhancement pills may not have been. So herbal five executives and three companies now facing federal charges for allegedly buying and distributing nationwide. Millions of dollars worth of pharmaceutical grade erectile dysfunction pills that were labeled as herbal remedies. But prosecutors say the pills actually had fourteen times the active ingredient that's in Seattle ABC's, Alec stone and L. A President Trump is granted a full pardon to Conrad. Black a former newspaper publisher who wrote a political biography of the president black was convicted of fraud in two thousand seven spent over three years in prison. President Trump also pardoning Patrick Nolan. Former Republican leader of the California state assembly. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.

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"taqwa" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:06 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on KGO 810

"The thing about technology in about smartphones. And all these guys, and gizmos is that they just don't come up with their own manuals. So a lot of times it's up to you to figure out how it works and all the tricks and secrets along the way, which has made us insanely popular here on the Kim Komando show because coming up in this week's digital life hacks step I've got nine iphone tricks that once you hear about it'd be like come. I didn't know about that sooner. And of course, the phone lines are open from coast to coast one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us. And of course, we have Andrew babinski and the Kim commanders show mankato's low, they're Kim. So earlier this week you had found an article from the New York Times, and it was spotlighting someone in the Taqwa and our fabulous staff here at the king commando show, including Mike, they tracked her down. It's Meredith golden. Oh, they did. They did they didn't tell me this. It's like a total shocker she's in New York City, and she is a dating app. Ghostwriter? Isn't that amaz- those the thing? I didn't know it was either until I read the story, and I was just insanely fascinated with the fact that she created this wildly successful business being a ghost rider on dating apps. Now, I will tell you I was in Los Angeles last week. Who's don't tell you're using a dating app? Was this is a rough way to break. It to me was we learned we we should swipe right or left. Couple of weeks ago. Thanks to Frankie, I was in LA, and we were talking about just technology with this. It's a big advertising agency in LA. And I said, oh my gosh. Did you guys read this story about Meredith in New York City that she's a like four of the young women the table? They're like what? How do we sign up? I mean, you could ask her. I'm going to ask you, this is really terrific. Hey meredith. Thanks for joining us. Thanks so much for having me. Okay. So you are a is that the official title a ghost writing dating person? Call myself a dating app ghostwriter dating experts. And so how did you come to be this? I was doing it for friends and found out that I have a talent and realize very quickly how much the thing goes the bulk of the singles for disliking having to spend all this time on the dating apps about much success and the business took off overnight. But it was really because I have a passion for this. And I love it. And what some the as an annoying task. I see opportunities and single. Thank you. And I love it. Okay. So so take us through the process. So so you become that person. Yeah. So the dating app goes rating is a small part of my business, which is probably what I attract the most press four. I also do a ton of profile makeover and helping people figure out what they're doing wrong. Within their profile than how to navigate the dating app. More and more efficiently. But for the dating app goes rating package, someone would come to me. Played in elaborate in cake form the process together, creating a new all getting them on the right app. And then what they have all the data from the thing. I don't I swipe and message as a client for the is. It's all their information. Their pictures is berto, and it has nothing to do with me. And then there's the NAS. And if it's the mouth. Built the. Yeah. The one out sets you. Once they turn it over to Bob and then Bob, Bob and. And I I says to narrow die and bought out Judy. And other people say, hey, do you wanna go out with all these people shelter? Yes, or no. And then you're up you all. Well, that's that's that's really something. I have a quick question. What would be the number one thing that if someone who's just getting into the dating scene dating for the first time after being married that what's the number one mistake they make when it comes to starting a profile on a dating app. Unfortunately, people make a ton of mistakes. I can't say just they say is. I mean, if you saw all day what I got one piece of advice that I will give. Very very strongly about this not everyone's gonna work with me. That's fine. But when you create your profile pic, a friend, a colleague, someone you trust the judgment and ask them to view your profile because maybe you might visit your head isn't in the picture, or you might think you look really great and not back in south. Oh god. I hate. I hate those bathrooms self face. Yes. They're terrible. I don't know. Why why do people think that they actually look good in those? I have no idea. I don't know. When it comes to my day. Why why did you put this up? I have no idea, but you know. But the judgment some friends will just say like, oh, yeah. That's great. But you want the friend who's going to be honest with you what I've seen more flattering pictures your best picture. The picture now. Let me I have a question for you. What do you do if you know that a guy is dating somewhat? But you still see him on these dating websites, and you know, that he's active. I mean, do you. Call him out on it. So. Of people. Right. It's it's not a relationship. But there's a guide neighborhood. Why I is married and I see him on the app sometimes I won't ever engage with him. Because I know that you married, but let's say you've got given right. And I see him onto the apps and always popping off and always meaning people going on fifteen decrea- people in a relationship. Now. He's sort of meeting someone for one tree. What happens, but that's the name of the game. Everyone's out there. Just need to file for bankruptcy. Potentially be there. So now do clients review everything that you said to this particular person. People are dating and having conversations and professing their love to one another conversation. Very shallow. And for example, if the client wants to go back in and review the conversation before the date, it would probably take them forty five seconds. I mean, there's not much there. But people are meeting so many different people. It's not expected that anybody. Remember any of the details about the exchange of the conversation or number is someone's profile, in fact, you it'd be weird if someone showed up and remember, yeah. Remember we spoke about drinking hot chocolate. No one would do that. Say on your on your profile that you went to three different colleges and your career path. I mean, no-one talks about that. You pretend like you're first meeting which alerts from now. So so how did you meet your husband? My husband at a dinner party so long ago because none of this existed. But the truth is if I was on a now, then I told my husband, I would say probably swipe right on me, and how much how much are your services? She make off the packages run, different amounts. So someone you know, there's something for everyone though, I have a three hundred dollar package, which is the perfect profile. And some of them will come. I don't understand what's going on. And I'll say, oh, are you not matching with anyone? No. You're not matching with anyone. There's something wrong with your profile match with someone. Well, I'll tell you. We have the perfect subject for you. Meredith. The mighty Mike.

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"taqwa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Considered from NPR news. Iranians are keeping an eye on the metoo movement. Activists fighting sexual harassment say I see version of the hashtag me too can be found on social media, but because of government censorship, it is far from widespread from Istanbul NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports that Iranian women are still trying to make their voices heard Sarah a woman in early thirties works at a Tehran marketing firm, she asks like others that her family name not be used. So she can speak via Skype on a sensitive subject. She says she's active on social media. But isn't surprised that she rarely comes across Montcalm the Farsi equivalent of metoo Burgess Taqwa toolkit achey, data Fienberg Massalani acacia. I really don't see any campaigns or movements here that can help women speak out about the sexual harassment. They've been subjected to. I remember movie that tackled the subject, but there just aren't many opportunities to talk about Sarah says when. She was a teen. She was nearly kidnapped by four men one of whom was wearing a shadow for the full length covering worn by some around and women, but he had nothing on underneath. But the point she wants to make is that afterward. Even her boyfriend advised her to keep it to herself and Fazul bay kid. Giovanni to send his leaky dot com. And all I had this devastating experience. And my boyfriend just warned me not to say anything because it would ruin my reputation. The subject is taboo, feeling suppressed by government pressures and a blame. The victim culture women's rights advocates have poured their energy into other campaigns such as the white Wednesday demonstrations against the compulsory hejab. Headscarf. This video posted to YouTube shows men and women some with their hair exposed marching between. Cars is the drivers honk in support one woman. Yells, not a head scarf. Not humiliation. The government has its own videos. One from supreme leader Ali Khamenei as official website begins with western women. Me too me too. I have been. The video goes on to quote, how many asserting that such behaviour simply isn't found in observant Islam societies data..

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"taqwa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"taqwa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"They say the goal is to get people out of their gas guzzling cars and into electric vehicles. But according to one city commission member the reason that more people are not buying electric cars and Austin is because the dealerships don't want to sell you an electric car. That's what they say. They don't make a lot of money on it. Yeah. That could be a piece of this. But I think the biggest problem Todd is that none of us. None of us. But but a lot of us are just aren't getting excited about the idea. And and we don't see those electric cars out there that we go. Ooh. Got to have that kind of have their moped. Good morning. Yeah. Hey, guys. My take on the electric car thing in the recharging, you know, every vehicle in front of you to the side of you in back of you has one thing in common. They all have an alternator. Have you didn't have an alternator on your car? Even though it's gas you'd have to be hitting that charging station gosh, probably about ever ever two days and putting a charge on your battery. So just wondering why these electric cars don't have a regenerating power source to where they can charge her sales. That's a good question that we have the technology for solar of solar panel on the hood of that car or something like that to keep the batteries charged. I mean, I think the technology is there it just hasn't gotten all the way to the cars just yet. Matt in south Austin? Good morning, Matt. Hey, matt. Good morning. How are you? All this morning. Daddy. What's on your mind? I just thought about taking a road trip in an e we we've done it a couple of times. And man. Yes, you don't know what you're missing. Where'd you go? Where'd you start? Where'd you end up? How many miles? Sure, we live in the part apart. We went up to going back to wear and back. You went up to wear and back, Chicago and bad. Yeah. Call the clubs went to St Louis Oklahoma all between telephone Colorado and back tell folks about. Yeah. The plan this a little bit tell us about how you stop to charge. And just tell us about how it all went down. Sure, we bought a used Taqwa for about half the cost of new two years ago getting a car, they navigate the sky go, and it wipe it out. And you just go off every, you know, couple hours the kids need to get out and use bathroom anyway. So. No big deal. So you pull into like a WalMart and plug in a mall towards country bakery in Waco. And you said every couple of hours. Yeah. I don't like to sit in the car more than two three hours. Anyway, listen, I'm sorry that that sounds like a hassle that doesn't sound appealing to me that doesn't sound like you're just looking for an excuse not to likely of electro. No, I think he's he's trying to justify it and having to stop every couple of hours and recharge for how long how how long you have to charge. Around twenty thirty minutes. You gotta stop every two hours for twenty or thirty minutes that doesn't sound appealing to me at all. Than me. Maybe maybe it's working for you, obviously. And that's great. But but to me. Yeah, you should by. No, not yet. That's that's the problem. I don't wanna have to have those kinds of considerations. I don't wanna have to be thinking damn. I gotta stop every two or three hours and charges baby up. You have kids. Anyway, I gotta stop every couple of hours anyway after drinking a big sweet tea, man. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I got pulled over quality. You gotta stop at the buggies. You gotta stop at the stuck. He's got stuck. He's out there. I'd like to believe they do. I think there's stuck on whether they do or not I'm gonna just think that they do James and south moped good morning. Hey, guys. Thanks so much for taking my call this morning. Yes, sir. I drive a tesla model s. And I tell you what a wonderful car like the last. Yes, sir. I also drive just about everywhere. Nice thing about model last you can stop at a tesla super charger charge for note. No charge. Where are you finding a tesla supercharge? They've got a few across the they have my if you'd like to go online as a non owner or owner, you can see all different super charger locations all over the United States. There's a massive map of them. And they're adding more and more every day. I think those are cool. I really never been in one. But but as far as what they do. And I'll do it to me when I look at him a bad thing. Boy, I'd like to have we'll stay with us. We got tech news coming up next. Netflix. Reveals that its biggest rival is another video streaming service in Google's YouTube is cracking down on dangerous challenges. We'll tell you about it Todd.

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'Abolish Ice' Rallying Cry Raises Tricky Political Questions

Pacifica Evening News

02:39 min | 4 years ago

'Abolish Ice' Rallying Cry Raises Tricky Political Questions

"Abolishing is has become a, rallying, cry for the democratic party's liberal wing. Including Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and upstart, house candidate Alexander or Cossio Cortez of New York who standard ten term. Congressman in New York democratic primary on today's upfront KPFA morning show veteran immigration activists Catherine tech Taqwa executive director of the national network for immigrant and, refugee rights told has Antonio Yukos's and Brian. Edwards St. Kurt that the problem is far, more complex than just abolishing ice a slogan is not a, strategy and that the slogan didn't quite capture the the, whole series of decades of policies that. Criminalise immigrants that really provide the mandate for is switches the instrument to carry Out this kind of community terror. That we've been witnessing and and it's all embedded within the, department of homeland security and the department of homeland security was created supposedly to guard our national security, and intertwined immigration policy within that context so to dismantle ice would be one thing but. It could another agency enforcement enforcing the same policies could take its place and the bigger hall really has to do with a transforming the policies which are complicated decades long that we we have that Really allow ice to carry out these kinds of practices so there's a lot of layers to what it means to abolish or dismantle ice and and even for for the general public but also for policymakers there's a question about whether in fact they can say we have introduced legislation. To abolish is but are they also prepared, to decriminalize immigration policy so I think we should do a little bit of, unpacking here just for the sake of institutional illiteracy because the the Republican attack on the apologize movement is this, means open borders In fact two different agency as I understand it customs and border protection. Patrols the border and the area. Around it intercepts people who've just crossed the border ice handles deportation proceedings inside the country they're the ones who go, pick, up people, at their home because of a speeding ticket they got five. Years ago they just trickled through the. System now and put in, jeopardy that's right the abolish ice movement is actually a relatively narrow focus on. That arm of the immigration enforcement apparatus right and you know as as slogans ago I think it probably does capture what is. Also taking place at. The board I'm I'm sure that's the intention and when most people here abolish is they're thinking, about the the agency border patrol as well and? Don't really understand technically you know the distinctions there are actually two eight sub agencies within ice there's one, for enforcement and removal from that's the one that we I think generally characterises As ice and then there's the investigative arm of of, ice, which which, also functions but it's true there those two and they work. In sync and increasingly what we've seen. Is that a lot of, the enforcement policies that Oriented towards. The border, have been, creeping inside so, you know, the border extends one hundred miles, so we're talking about enforcement even at the border that is regional in character jurisdiction of jurisdiction of of of the of the. Border patrol but it's you know it's it's again their agencies they're they're. Instruments of of policy and unless we change some of the. The laws that allow is an BP to to conduct itself in that way You know we will just be replacing one bad. Agency with another bat agency

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